NetSocket Cloud Experience Manager

Command Reference

Release 2.0

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Table of Contents
1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 1-1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2 About the Document ........................................................................................................ 1-1 Audience .......................................................................................................................... 1-1 How to Get Help .............................................................................................................. 1-1 Product Documentation ................................................................................................... 1-1

System Overview ...................................................................................................................... 2-2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 ICE Correlation ................................................................................................................ 2-2 SVM ................................................................................................................................. 2-3 SVP .................................................................................................................................. 2-3 SVA .................................................................................................................................. 2-4 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.5 2.6 SVA Standard IP MOS Monitoring ...................................................................... 2-4 SVAA IP MOS Plus Analogue ............................................................................. 2-4

SVM Dashboard .............................................................................................................. 2-4 Calls, Sessions, and Media ............................................................................................. 2-5

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Initial System Access ................................................................................................................ 3-1 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 1U Server......................................................................................................................... 3-1 2U Server......................................................................................................................... 3-2 CLI Access using the Default IP Address ........................................................................ 3-2 CLI Access using the Serial Ports ................................................................................... 3-3 3.4.1 3.4.2 3.5 System Serial Ports ............................................................................................. 3-3 Accessing the CLI from a Serial Port .................................................................. 3-4

CLI Access using a Monitor and Keyboard ..................................................................... 3-4

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CLI Basics ................................................................................................................................. 4-1 4.1 Command Structure ........................................................................................................ 4-1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 Command Classes .............................................................................................. 4-1 Command Modes ................................................................................................ 4-1 Command Syntax ................................................................................................ 4-3 CLI Functions ...................................................................................................... 4-4 CLI Customization ............................................................................................... 4-7

CLI Fundamentals ........................................................................................................... 4-4

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CLI Command Definitions ......................................................................................................... 5-1

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Introduction
The NetSocket solution consists of the Service Visibility Manager (SVM), the Service Visibility Point (SVP), and the Service Visibility Analyzer (SVA). This document provides basic description of the SVM, SVP, and SVA, as well as a web-based Graphical User Interface (GUI) called the SVM Dashboard.

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About the Document
This Command and Configuration Guide describes the steps used to configure the Cloud Experiem and defines the CLI commands used. A brief overview of the solution at the beginning of the document is followed by configuration examples for the SVM, SVP, and SVA. The final section of the document gives the CLI command definitions used on the NetSocket products.

1.2

Audience
The Command and Configuration Guide is intended for the individuals tasked with the turn-up and configuration of the SVM, SVP, and SVA in the provider’s network.

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How to Get Help
To receive technical support, contact NetSocket in one of the following ways:   NetSocket technical support e-mail address: support@netsocket.com Visit http://www.support.netsocket.com for additional information. Use your company’s login information to access the documentation.

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Product Documentation
Following is the list of all documents included into the product documentation suite:      Software Release Notes Installation Guide contains installation procedures. User Guide contains description and explanation of the SVM, SVP, and SVA functionality. The User Guide is intended for SVM Dashboard users. Command and Configuration Guide contains CLI command definitions and configuration examples. SVM SNMP Reference contains information about NetSocket’s proprietary MIBs and SNMP Traps.

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System Overview
The NetSocket Cloud Experience Manager (CEM) provides real-time IP service assurance for Unified Communications environments correlating real-time session (signaling), media (voice/video) streams and topology paths and events for Unified Communications applications. The solution consists of three component types:  The Service Visibility Manager (SVM) is an element management system for the SVPs and SVAs. The SVM provides a web based GUI, called the SVM Dashboard, used to monitor the NetSocket CEM.  The Service Visibility Point (SVP) is a server appliance that monitors the layer-3 IP network and the layer-4 session signaling.  The Service Visibility Analyzer (SVA) is a server appliance that monitors and analyzes Quality of Experience (QoE) for media streams associated with the sessions monitored by the SVP. The NetSocket CEM works in a hierarchical model where one SVM monitors one or more SVPs and an SVP can monitor zero or more SVAs. After the initial configuration, the user accesses and monitors the entire solution via the SVM Dashboard. This chapter provides a functional overview of the SVM, the SVP and the SVA. The following topics are covered within this chapter:      IP Correlation Engine™ (ICE) SVM SVP SVA SVM Dashboard

2.1

ICE Correlation
As the name suggests, this key technology automatically correlates the real-time state and changes in the IP network to the individual sessions being carried through that network. In real-time, CEM calculates the exact hop-by-hop path of any session, and can identify what network or signaling event has impacted, or is impacting, that session. Further, this same knowledge is used to proactively alert the service manager to changes in network configuration that can impact the traffic on the network. Unique aspects of the IP Correlation Engine include:   Works in real time to create a service assurance ‘mashup’, providing a dynamic "map" of the network onto which media and application/service information is correlated. Monitors the network without imposing any burden on the deployed network nodes, such as routers; it passively participates in the routed network using standard IP routing protocols.

The results of the ICE™ correlation are presented in the Quality of Session Record (QSR).

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2.2

SVM
The Service Visibility Manager is a management node for the SVPs and SVAs deployed in a network. For each application, the SVM provides metrics applicable to that application. In addition, the SVM provides Fault, Configuration, Accounting, Performance, and Security (FCAPS) management for the SVPs deployed. The SVM receives operational information from all the SVPs within the network, which is then displayed on the SVM Dashboard. SNMP traps can be used to provide the operator’s NMS/OSS with SVM fault/alarm information. The SVM supports SNMP v1 and v2c for this purpose.

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SVP
The Service Visibility Point monitors signaling traffic (i.e., sessions) in a routed IP network. SVPs collect signaling traffic from applications that terminate call processing signaling and control streams. The CEM network stores information pertaining to these sessions, and provides real-time and historical operational statistics for them. The SVP passively monitors signaling information exchanged between signaling terminations points (e.g., call processing applications, IP phones, VoIP gateways, SIP proxies and Session Border Controllers). The definition of a signaling session is described below. In essence, a signaling session is bidirectional signaling information streamed between these signaling termination points and spans the time from the start of the signaling session to the end of that session. A call may (and probably does!) consist of multiple signaling sessions When used in a Microsoft™ Lync™ environment, the signaling monitoring function is p erformed by the Lync solution. Signaling information from Lync Front End servers is abstracted and delivered to an SVP through the Lync Network Diagnostics (LND) API. The SVP captures this signaling information and transforms it to signaling session information that is presented in the SVM’s Dashboard in a similar format to that of signaling sessions monitored directly by the SVP. This monitoring approach is required because the Lync signaling stream information is encrypted. In addition to signaling session information, the LND API delivers quality of experience (QoE) information to the SVP related to the quality of the end-to-end media stream. This information can be used to supplement the QoE information delivered by the SVA. The SVP also discovers network topology and status of available network resources by using standard IP routing protocols, such as OSPF and BGP, and by collecting information from the monitored routers using SNMP and CLI. Through BGP or OSPF polling, the SVP can construct, at any time, the hop-by-hop path taken by media streams from their source to their destination. For any call, the SVP can then precisely determine the call’s source and destination endpoints, the precise hop-by-hop path that the call’s media streams takes from source to destination endpoint and can exclude router service degradation events from those events by routers identified as NOT being in the call’s media path. All of this information is correlated by the SVP to the collected signaling and media sessions of the aggregate call. As signaling stream sessions and media streams are established and released during a call, the SVP maintains operational metrics about each session. If these metrics deviate outside the normal operational range (based on user defined thresholds), the SVP alerts the Operations team of potential problems and provides a list of affected sessions. This allows proactive management of the network and can significantly reduce the Mean Time to Isolate (MTTI) during problem resolution.

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2.4

SVA
The Service Visibility Analyzer analyzes voice and video media streams associated with the sessions monitored by an SVP. Within a single, aggregate call, one or more media legs can exist between the source and destination endpoints that terminate the call ’s media, A media session is defined as any media (sequence of voice or video packets) stream that is terminated between two media terminating endpoints (e.g., IP phone, Session Border Controller, VoIP gateway, conference bridge application, etc.). Multiple media sessions of a call can and do take different paths through the routed network than the multiple signaling sessions of that same call. SVAs capture media stream packets and perform calculations on the data contained within these media packets that yield Quality of Experience (QoE – MOS scores, number of packets lost, jitter, media packet delay). The QoE calculated information is correlated in the SVP with its specific signaling session and presented in the SVM dashboard for analysis and diagnostics.

2.4.1

SVA Standard IP MOS Monitoring
The SVA Standard IP MOS Monitoring configuration analyzes RTP streams for degradation that can be attributed directly to the IP network. The metrics are independently collected on each monitoring interface. The SVA calculates interval metric values every 30 seconds and at the end of the session. Cumulative metrics are also provided, which are calculated over the entire media session. It is important to note that the interval and cumulative metrics are done independently. The cumulative metrics are not averages of the interval metrics. Cumulative metrics are also calculated separately for any Call Hold and Re-invite scenarios that occur following call establishment.

2.4.2

SVAA IP MOS Plus Analogue
The Service Visibility Analysis (SVAA) application is specifically designed to monitor media streams for echo and other media stream service degradations introduced through either analog-to-digital “hybrid” interfaces in the PSTN or acoustic echo service degradation introduced through endpoints such as speaker phones. The SVA IP MOS Plus Analogue (SVAA) configuration analyzes both directions of the G.711 A-law and G.711 µ-law RTP streams associated with a call. Therefore, unlike the standard configuration, RTP streams for all configured interfaces are analyzed as a whole. Duplication of streams across multiple interfaces must be avoided so that accurate results can be calculated. In this configuration, the SVA reports the standard IP MOS monitoring metrics as well Signal to Noise and Echo. The reporting of the standard IP MOS monitoring metrics is the same as described in SVA Standard IP MOS Monitoring. The Signal to Noise and Echo calculations are performed over a subset of the entire call according to the media analysis configuration command on the SVA. The results are reported as part of the cumulative IP MOS metrics.

2.5

SVM Dashboard
The SVM contains a web server to enable access to the SVM Dashboard using industry standard web browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. The Dashboard can be accessed from any personal workstation within an operator’s network where the SVM is deployed. It presents information about the SVM-monitored domain in an easily understood and meaningful format and allows a user to run various searches and reports, while analyzing a network issue. The SVM Dashboard presents information about SVPs, SVAs and the operator’s network in

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both tabular and graphical formats. There are two SVM dashboards graphical user interfaces (GUI) that can be used for operations. The legacy dashboard GUI is referred to as the “orange” GUI. The newer GUI is referred to as the “blue” GUI. The blue GUI was developed to improve operational workflows in a help desk environment.

2.6

Calls, Sessions, and Media
As explained in the preceding sections, the SVM and SVA monitor the signaling sessions and media streams respectively. To help you use and interpret the data available in the SVM Dashboard, it is important to understand how and what the NetSocket CEM monitors. The following figure illustrates the signaling traffic. A call is all sessions from a source end-point to a destination end-point. A session is the signaling between two signaling termination points. In the figure, a call from the source computer to the destination computer includes 5 sessions between the different end-points, such as computers, call managers, the session initiation protocol (SIP) proxy, and the session border controller (SBC). An SVP can monitor one or more of these sessions, but it might not monitor the call, or all of the sessions.

Figure 2-1 – Signaling Session Structure

The media, or content, structure is shown in the following figure. The media (voice, video) streams are comprised of all voice or video packet streams that pass through media termination points, which are the SBC and the source computer in the figure. A media leg is the media stream passing between two media points, such as the computers, SBC and routers that terminate a media stream. It is important to recognize the distinction between a device that terminates media (such as an IP phone or an SBC or a VoIP gateway) and a device that forwards media such as a router or switch. In the example, the media has two legs, each of which has three legs. An SVA can monitor one stream, which includes one or more media legs.

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Figure 2-2 – Media Structure

The following shows an example implementation of an SVP and two SVAs. The SVP can monitor four sessions, which in the example includes sessions 1, 2, 3, and 5. It does not monitor the session between the SBC and the destination call manager. If a support staff found a session with an alert, he could use the Find Related Sessions query to search for the other monitored sessions that were part of the same call.

Figure 2-3 – Implementation of SVA and SVP

Similarly, the SVAs cannot monitor an entire media stream but can monitor the individual media legs. In this example, SVA-DAL is connected to the DAL-CE2 router and monitors the media stream exiting from the DAL-CE2 router. Similarly, SVA-NY is connected to the 03-NewYork router and monitors the media stream from the destination end-point to the SBC. The following figure shows an alternative configuration, in which a Lync Server is used with the source end-point. The figure shows a hybrid environment with Lync and another call manager system. The SVP receives quality of experience (QoE) and signaling data from the Lync server ’

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Another SVA (DAL-SVA-CE2) gets data from another router. not a monitoring port. in the following figure. its data would be presented in a separate column as “Endpoint Statistics. and the Lync client applications function similarly to SVAs by providing the QoE data for the inbound media stream to the Lync client. One SVA (DAL-SVA-CE1) retrieves and displays data from a router. the QSR window shows two columns of destination-to-source data. the source-to-destination and destination-to-source metrics include data from all monitoring points in the media stream. If a Lync server were used (as in Figure 2-4). shown as 1 in the figure. The Lync server provides QoE media data for the encrypted Lync sessions. For example.” 1-7 .Introduction using the LND API through the SVP’s management interface. which includes each router or switch connected to an SVA and each Lync client endpoint. Figure 2-4 – SVP and SVA Configuration with Lync In the QSR window. The SVP collects data from other sessions that are not Lync encrypted. marked as 2 in the figure.

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the serial ports. The figures and table below show the connection points used to access the CLI using these three methods. during the initial configuration this interface will not have an IP address that is accessible on the management network. The systems are configured using a command line interface (CLI) which is typically accessed via SSH or Telnet using the IP address assigned to the management interface. . SVP. and a monitor and keyboard. The following sections describe how to access the CLI using the default IP address. However. and SVA systems are delivered with the NetSocket software installed but will need to be configured before they are placed in service.1 1U Server Figure 3-1 . 3. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 3-1 .3 Initial System Access The SVM.1U Server Rear Panel Connection Points Table 3-1 – 2U Server CLI Access Connection Points Letter A B C D Location Rear Panel Rear Panel Rear Panel Rear Panel Description Serial port VGA connector USB ports Management interface (nnet0) NetSocket.

2 2U Server Figure 3-2 – U2 Server Front Panel Connection Points Figure 3-3 – U2 Server Rear Panel Connection Points Table 3-2 – 2U Server CLI Access Connection Points Letter A B C D E F Location Front Panel Front Panel Rear Panel Rear Panel Rear Panel Rear Panel Description Serial port USB port Serial port VGA connector USB ports Management interface (nnet0) 3.0.0 configured on the management interface.1 and network mask of 255. The default login credentials are username admin and password adminn.255.0.255.168. NetSocket.Initial System Access 3.2 and a network mask of 255.1.3 CLI Access using the Default IP Address The NetSocket systems ship with a default IP address of 192. The network interface on the PC or laptop should be configured with a static IP address of 192. Once this interface has been configured the system will be reachable via SSH or Telnet using the IP address 192. . connect a PC or laptop directly to the management port using an Ethernet cable.168. Opening an SSH or Telnet connection to the default IP address will display the CLI login prompt.255.Proprietary and Confidential 3-2 .0.168. Inc.255.0. To access the CLI using the default IP address.

Proprietary and Confidential 3-3 .RJ-45 to DB-9 Adapter Pinout SVM/SVP/SVA RJ-45 Serial Port Signal RTS DTR TXD GND RIA RXD DSR/DCD CTS Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pin 8 6 2 5 5 3 4 7 PC DB-9 Serial Port Signal CTS DSR RXD GND GND TXD DTR RTS The serial port on the NetSocket servers has the same pinouts as Cisco routers and switches. NetSocket. Both ports cannot be used at the same time. The serial ports have 8-pin RJ-45 connectors. Therefore.4 3.4. console cables that can be used to connect to a Cisco device may also be used to connect to a NetSocket server.Serial Port Pinout Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal RTS (Request to Send) DTR (Data Terminal Ready) TXD (Transmit Data) GND RIA (Ring Indicator) RXD (Receive Data) DSR/DCD (Data set Ready / Data Carrier Detect CTS (Clear to Send) To connect a PC to the system a RJ-45 to DB-9 adapter will be required.Initial System Access 3.1 CLI Access using the Serial Ports System Serial Ports The 1U servers have a single serial port located on the rear panel. The table below lists the pinout for the front and back panel serial port connectors. However. Inc. if the front panel serial port is used the rear serial port is deactivated. Note that the NetSocket serial port uses a higher baud rate than Cisco devices as shown in the table below. Table 3-4 . Connections can be made to either the front or the rear port. one on the front panel and one at the rear panel. The 2U servers have two serial ports. Table 3-3 . The pinout for this adapter is provided in the table below. .

If you are using a terminal window with more than 25 lines. pressing the enter key will cause the CLI login prompt to be displayed. The USB keyboard can be connected to any of the USB connectors on the front or rear panels. The default login credentials are username admin and password adminn. you will need to set the terminal length so the paging behaves properly.2 Accessing the CLI from a Serial Port After connecting to one of the serial ports. At the initial CLI prompt (>) type enable to enter enable mode. type cli to enter the CLI. . After the keyboard is connected. The default login credentials are username admin and password adminn. Once the shell prompt (%) is displayed. Inc. the console uses a terminal length of 25 lines. pressing the enter key will cause the system shell login prompt to be displayed. By default. NetSocket. The default username and password are also used to login to the CLI.Initial System Access The following table provides the terminal settings used to connect to the serial ports.5 CLI Access using a Monitor and Keyboard The CLI can also be accessed using a monitor and USB keyboard. The monitor should be connected to the VGA connector on the rear panel.Proprietary and Confidential 3-4 . Table 3-5 . 3. At the initial CLI prompt (>) type enable to enter enable mode.4. This can be accomplished using the terminal length <lines> CLI command.Serial Port Terminal Settings Setting Baud Rate Data Bits Parity Stop Bits Flow Control Value 115200 8 None 1 RTS/CTS 3.

a CLI command can be thought of as a single-word command followed by possible mandatory or optional keywords and arguments. . For configuration command modes that vary the set of commands available depending upon the type of object being configured.4 4. enclosed within parentheses. or delete persistent configuration information within the SVP.2 Command Modes The CLI contains a hierarchical structure for accessing commands. Monitoring commands are available entirely within the EXEC command mode. SVA. For example. Command Structure In its basic form.1 CLI Basics This chapter provides information about the Command Line Interface (CLI) used to provision the NetSocket SVP. and SVM. However. The Operations class of commands includes all commands that allow a user to initiate specific functions of the system. and SVM. The right column lists the CLI default prompt values for each command mode. Sets of commands are available within different command modes located at various levels within the hierarchical structure. the show alarms and show aliases CLI commands are documented as two separate commands instead of a single show command with alarms and aliases as keyword choices. The command mode qualifier is simply the name for the type of object being configured. The contents of the CLI prompt can be customized using the prompt command.1. SVA. when forming names of CLI commands for documentation purposes.1.  The Configuration class of commands includes all commands that allow a user to create. but not to change any configuration information. a command mode qualifier is also specified as part of the command mode. Configuration commands are available within various configuration command modes. By default. 4-1 NetSocket. The left column of the following table lists the names of all supported command modes. the single-word command is often combined with mandatory keyword choices to produce one or more commands. modify. and Operations. Inc. Monitoring. 4.   4.Proprietary and Confidential . Operations commands are available entirely within the EXEC command mode.1 Command Classes The CLI command set is comprised of three classes of commands: Configuration. The Monitoring class of commands includes all commands that allow a user to retrieve configuration and status information from the system. the CLI prompt indicates the current command mode. This breakdown of large commands into smaller units is done so that the resulting commands can be more effectively located and understood by the user of the documentation.

The User EXEC Mode has a limited set of commands made available to the user. For example. . all commands not available at the User level are available at privilege level 15. When at the Privileged level. As an initial system default.CLI Basics Table 4-1 . a number of specific configuration modes can also be reached by entering the specific configuration mode entry command. the EXEC command mode is referred to as the Privileged EXEC Mode. From the Privileged EXEC Mode. When at the User level. referred to as the “Privileged” level. the user enters the configure command to move to the Global Configuration Mode.Command Modes and Prompts Command Mode User EXEC Privileged EXEC Global Configuration Address Family Configuration (at-type) Flow Aggregation Cache Configuration Interface Configuration (entity-type) IP Extended Access-List Configuration IP Standard Access-List Configuration Route-Map Assign Route-Map Configuration Router Configuration (protocol) Session-Thresholds Subinterface Configuration (entity-type) Traceoptions Configuration Topology Map Topology Map Router Router> Router# Router(config)# Prompt Router(config-router-af)# Router(config-flow-cache)# Router(config-if)# Router(config-ext-nacl)# Router(config-std-nacl)# Router(route-map-assign)# Router(config-route-map)# Router(config-router)# Router(config. a user can move from one command mode to another. The EXEC command mode has 16 possible privilege levels (ranging from 0 to 15). NetSocket. the Controller Configuration Mode can be reached from the Global Configuration Mode by entering controller (followed by a controller entity-name). For a complete list of all mode navigation commands. Inc. all other command modes are accessible. From the Global Configuration Mode. By using a small set of commands. To gain access to additional commands at a higher privilege level. Once the user is in the Privileged EXEC Mode. the user enters the enable command (followed by a password if configured).session-threshold) Router(config-subif)# Router(config-traceoptions)# Router (config-topology-map)# Router (config-topology-map-router)# When establishing a connection with the CLI. but by default. The Global Configuration Mode can be used to configure items that are of a non-specific nature. or the “User” level. the user is placed in the EXEC command mode. the EXEC command mode is referred to as the User EXEC Mode. see the following table.Proprietary and Confidential 4-2 . the user starts at privilege level 1.

or combination Ellipsis.. . Inc. or combination NetSocket.. pipe.3 Command Syntax As an aid in conveying CLI syntax requirements. and asterisk indicate operators of an expression Brackets followed by an ellipsis indicate optional one or more unique instances of an argument.Mode Navigation Commands From I To from EXEC to User EXEC (creates a new session) from User EXEC to Privileged EXEC from Privileged EXEC to User EXEC (creates a new session) from Privileged EXEC to Global Configuration from Global Configuration to any configuration mode from any configuration mode to Global Configuration from any configuration mode to back one mode from any configuration mode to Privileged EXEC from Privileged EXEC to User EXEC from any EXEC mode to log off router exit (config) end disable (EXEC) login enable login configure Command specific configuration mode entry command any Global Configuration command exit (EXEC) or logout 4.CLI Basics Table 4-2 . a [a] .Syntax Conventions Syntax Convention bold italics output In Progress . These syntax conventions are summarized below.. or combination Brackets indicate optional keyword.. expression. argument. Description Bold indicates keywords input exactly as shown Italic type indicates arguments that must be supplied by the user Non-proportional font indicates output from the router Output message indicates the entered command is in progress Nothing indicates required keyword.Proprietary and Confidential 4-3 . argument... command syntax conventions have been adopted within the command documentation. Table 4-3 . I * [a].1.

Command-Line Help Help Function Show command-line help information Show a list of all available commands Show commands starting with given input Show available keywords and arguments Auto-complete command or keyword How to Access Type help and then the enter key Type ? Type ? after entering input Type a command. argument. Table 4-4 . Inc. and then ? Type first letter(s) and then the tab key The CLI provides a set of command-line editing functions. Braces followed by an ellipsis indicate required one or more unique instances of an argument. a space. argument. This function is merely a time-saving feature to be used or not used by preference of the user. or combination Braces separated by one or more pipes indicate required choice of a keyword. The following table summarizes the available command-line help functions and how to access them. These functions are invoked by special key combinations. argument. A list of these key combinations and corresponding functions is shown below. expression. expression. .2. or combination *[a I b] Brackets preceded by an asterisk and separated by one or more pipes indicate optional one or more non-ordered choices of a keyword. or combination Braces preceded by an asterisk and separated by one or more pipes indicate required one or more non-ordered choices of a keyword.. expression. expression. or combination [a I b] {a I b} Brackets separated by one or more pipes indicate optional choice of a keyword. or combination *{a I b} 4. The CLI provides command-line help functions to assist the user in forming valid command input. Note that help is only offered for the commands that are valid within the current command mode.1 CLI Fundamentals CLI Functions The CLI allows unique abbreviations to be substituted within commands in place of fully entered keywords (and certain arguments). Note that a dash (-) means two keys must be pressed at the same time.CLI Basics {a}.. argument. NetSocket.2 4.Proprietary and Confidential 4-4 . expression.

Numeric Constant Prefixes Prefix (none) 0 0x Meaning Numeric constant is interpreted as decimal (base 10) Numeric constant is interpreted as octal (base 8) Numeric constant is interpreted as hexadecimal (base 16) NetSocket.Command-Line Editing Key Combination Ctrl-a {Ctrl-b I lt arrow} Ctrl-e {Ctrl-f I rt arrow} {del I backspace} Ctrl-d Ctrl-k {Ctrl-u I Ctrl-x} Ctrl-w Ctrl-t {Ctrl-p I up arrow} {Ctrl-n I dn arrow} Function Move cursor to the start of the line being edited Move cursor backward one character (to the left) Move cursor to the end of the line being edited Move cursor forward one character (to the right) Delete character to the left of the cursor Delete character directly under cursor Delete characters from the cursor to the end of the line being edited Delete characters from the cursor to the start of the line being edited Delete entire word to the left of the cursor Transpose character under the cursor with the character to the left Display older command within the command history buffer Display newer command within the command history buffer The CLI provides the capability within all show commands to filter out certain lines in the output based on matching a regular expression string. The following table shows the prefixes understood by the CLI and the corresponding meaning. Note that the reg-exp (regular expression) argument of the output modifier syntax is case sensitive. If the regular expression string includes one or more spaces to be used in the filtering criteria. Table 4-6 . Inc. By simply appending the output modifier syntax shown in the following table to the normal show command syntax.Proprietary and Confidential 4-5 . .CLI Basics Table 4-5 . Table 4-7 . parentheses must be used as delimiters.Show Output Filtering Output Modifier I begin reg-exp I include reg-exp I exclude reg-exp Function Display show output beginning at line matched by reg-exp string Display show output including all lines matched by reg-exp string Display show output excluding all lines matched by reg-exp string The CLI provides the capability to enter and display numeric constants using multiple formats based on special prefixes applied to the constant. the corresponding filter function can be applied.

These CLI utilities are listed below. Table 4-9 . default one screen Backward n lines. default half screen or last n Go to line n. default half screen or last n Backward n lines. Inc. default one line Backward n lines. default one screen Forward n lines. . These CLI paging commands are listed below.CLI Basics While displaying output that exceeds the length of a single display screen. default line 1 Repaint screen Search forward for nth line containing the pattern Search forward for nth line not containing the pattern Search backward for nth line containing the pattern Search backward for nth line not containing the pattern Repeat previous search (for nth occurrence) Repeat previous search other direction (for nth occurrence) Display current status Exit Finally.Proprietary and Confidential 4-6 . Table 4-8 . the CLI provides a paging capability that allows entry of various paging-related commands. default one line Forward n lines.Paging Commands Command :help [n] {f I Ctrl-f I space} [n] {b I Ctrl-b} [n] {j I cr} [n] k [n] {d I Ctrl-d} [n] {u I Ctrl-u} [n] g {r I Ctrl-l} [n] Ipattern [n] I!pattern [n] ?pattern [n] ?!pattern [n] n [n] N {= I Ctrl-g} {q I :q I ZZ} Function Display paging command help Forward n lines.Utility Commands Command send telnet wall Utility Sends an asynchronous user message to another user Opens a telnet connection with a remote host Sends an asynchronous user message to all users NetSocket. the CLI provides many powerful utilities that can be accessed by the user.

Inc.2. The CLI commands and corresponding functions that provide this level of CLI customization are listed below.CLI Customization Commands Command alias banner enable banner exec banner login banner motd enable password exec-banner exec-timeout motd-banner privilege level prompt terminal history terminal length terminal monitor terminal width Function Sets a command alias to be used instead of an original command Sets a message to display upon “enabling” to a new privilege level Sets a message to display after user login Sets a message to display before user login Sets a message of the day (MOTD) message Sets a password to control access to a specified privilege level Enables both the EXEC and message of the day (MOTD) banners Sets the EXEC time-out period Enables the message of the day (MOTD) banner Assigns a privilege level to a command Enables a custom prompt string to be configured Enables the command history feature or sets the command buffer size Sets the number of display lines per screen Enables output of debug and error messages Sets the number of characters per display line NetSocket.CLI Basics 4.Proprietary and Confidential 4-7 . .2 CLI Customization Some aspects of the CLI can be modified to accommodate the individual needs of the user. Table 4-10 .

1 usually indicates the EXEC mode and 15 (default) usually indicates the Privileged EXEC Mode. NetSocket. 1 to 15 Type/Range aaa accounting commands Mode Global Configuration aaa accounting exec Enables AAA accounting for an EXEC session. Inc.5 CLI Command Definitions Enables AAA accounting for commands at a specified privilege level. Syntax aaa accounting exec default {none | radius | start-stop | stop-only} tacacs+ no aaa accounting exec default [[none | radius | start-stop | stop-only] tacacs+] Parameters Parameter none radius start-stop Description Disables accounting services for this (tty) line Include the RADIUS servers methods. Syntax aaa accounting commands level no aaa accounting commands [level] Parameters Parameter level Description Privilege level. The no form of this command disables this function (default). The no form of this command disables this function (default).Proprietary and Confidential 5-1 . . Sends an accounting notice when a process starts and ends.

Include the TACACS+ method.Proprietary and Confidential 5-2 . Sends an accounting notice only when a process ends. system level events.CLI Command Definitions stop-only tacacs+ Mode Global Configuration Sends an accounting notice only when a process ends. The no form of this command deletes the default AAA authentication method list (default). aaa accounting system Enables AAA accounting for non-user. . The no form of this command disables this function (default). Include the TACACS+ method. Syntax aaa authentication login default *{local | radius | tacacs+} no aaa authentication login default *[local | radius | tacacs+] NetSocket. Inc. Syntax aaa accounting system default {none | start-stop | stop-only} tacacs+ no aaa accounting system default [[none | start-stop | stop-only] tacacs+] Parameters Parameter none start-stop stop-only tacacs+ Mode Global Configuration Description Disables accounting services for this (tty) line Sends an accounting notice when a process starts and ends. aaa authentication login Creates the default AAA authentication method list.

Include the local user name database method. Include the RADIUS servers method. Include the TACACS+ servers method. Syntax aaa authorization commands level default *{local | tacacs+} no aaa authorization commands [level] default *[local | tacacs+] Parameters Parameter level Description Privilege level. The no form of this command removes the authorization method list (default). Use the list of authorization methods that follow to create the default list. local radius tacacs+ Include the local user name database method. . Inc.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter default Description Use the list of authentication methods that follow to create the default list. 1 usually indicates the EXEC mode and 15 (default) usually indicates the Privileged EXEC Mode. 1 to 15 Type/Range default local NetSocket. Mode Global Configuration Guidelines If the default login AAA authentication method list does not exist. aaa authorization commands Creates an AAA authorization method list for commands at a specified privilege level. the local user name database is used as the default login AAA authentication method list.Proprietary and Confidential 5-3 .

The no form of this command disables this function. Inc. Mode NetSocket. Mode Global Configuration aaa authorization config-commands Enables AAA configuration command authorization method for all global-config commands. Include the TACACS+ servers method. Syntax aaa authorization exec default *{local | radius | tacacs+} no aaa authorization exec default *[local | radius | tacacs+] Parameters Parameter default local radius tacacs+ Description Use the list of authorization methods that follow to create the default list. Syntax aaa authorization config-commands no aaa authorization config-commands Mode Global Configuration aaa authorization exec Creates the default EXEC shell AAA authorization method list. Include the RADIUS servers method. The no form of this command deletes the default EXEC shell AAA authorization method list (default). Include the local user name database method.CLI Command Definitions tacacs+ Include the TACACS+ servers method. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-4 .

CLI Command Definitions Global Confguration Guidelines If the default EXEC shell AAA authorization method list does not exist. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day.000 where 00 implies off. This alert can be used if a known minimum number of registrations is expected. Syntax aar {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no aar {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. . The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. The no form of the command with a single interval.Proprietary and Confidential 5-5 . aar Average Active Registrations (AAR) is an average number of active registrations. 0 to 300. If number of active tunnels is greater than or equal to this value. the local user name database is used as the default EXEC shell AAA authorization method list.000 Type/Range Default None None None None 0 clear 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration NetSocket. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. 00 to 300. Inc. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the AAR alert for all time intervals. alert will set. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. will disable the AAR alert for that time interval. regardless of set/clear threshold value. If number of active tunnels is less than this value. alert will clear.

This alert can be used if a known minimum number of tunnels expected. If number of active tunnels is less than this value. alert will clear. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified.000 Type/Range Default None None None None 0 clear 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration access-list (extended) NetSocket. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. Syntax aat {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no aat {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. 0 to 300. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day.000 where 00 implies off. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day.CLI Command Definitions aat Average Active Tunnels (AAT) is an average number of active tunnels. Inc. alert will set. If number of active tunnels is greater than or equal to this value. will disable the AAT alert for that time interval. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the AAT alert for all time intervals. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold. . The no form of the command with a single interval.Proprietary and Confidential 5-6 . regardless of set/clear threshold value. 00 to 300.

Name or number of an internet protocol. permit. Syntax access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] {{deny | permit} {protocol | ip} {sourceipaddress source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments] | remark string} [class-map class-map-name] no access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] [{deny | permit} {protocol | ip} {sourceipaddress source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments] | remark string] [class-map class-map-name] Parameters Parameter access-list-id sequence-number Description Alphanumeric name string (40 characters maximum) of the extended access-list being defined. Access is denied or permitted for packets sent to any destination IP address. Any IP protocol. Unique sequence number of the deny.Proprietary and Confidential 5-7 . Access is denied or permitted for packets sent to this destination IP address host.CLI Command Definitions Creates an extended access-list. or symbol-name as defined in define ipprotocol. Access is denied or permitted for packets sent to this destination IP address and wildcard mask combination. Inc. valid protocol numbers are 0 to 255 (SVP option only). . or remark clause being added to (or deleted from) the access list. deny permit protocol ip source-ip-address sourcewildmask any host source-ip-address dest-ip-address destwildmask any host dest-ip-address NetSocket. Access is denied for the source and destination addresses specified. Access is denied or permitted for packets originating from any source IP address. otherwise. sequence numbers start at 10 and increment by 10 for each entry added to the end of the access list. only the access-list clause specified by the sequence number and/or matching clause is deleted. Access is denied or permitted for packets originating from this source IP address host. by default. Access is denied or permitted for packets originating from this source IP address and wildcard mask combination. If no sequence number or matching clause is specified. Access is permitted for the source and destination addresses specified. the no form of this command deletes the entire access-list.

CLI Command Definitions dscp-value DSCP value to be matched. See the access-list (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common between the access-list family of commands. the no form of this command deletes the entire access-list. Precedence level to be matched. Text about or explanation of the access-list. range is 0 to 63. Inc. Specifies that packets in IP datagram fragments are to be matched (SVP option only). up to 100 characters long. or a wellknown ToS name (SVP option only). If no sequence number or matching clause is specified. Service level to be matched. range is 0 to 15. or a wellknown DSCP name. or symbol-name if defined in define ip-precedence. Syntax access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] {{deny | permit} {1 | icmp} {sourceipaddress source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | icmp-type [icmp-subcode]] | remark string} [class-map classmapname] no access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] [{deny | permit} {1 | icmp} {sourceipaddress source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | icmp-type [icmp-subcode]] | remark string] [class-map classmapname] NetSocket. precedence-value tos-value log log-input fragments string class-map-name Mode Global Configuration access-list (extended ICMP) Creates an ICMP extended access-list. . valid entries are 0 to 7. otherwise. or symbol-name if defined in define dscp. Specifies that information about matching packets will be sent to the console. or a well-known precedence name. only the access-list clause specified by the sequence number and/or matching clause is deleted. Specifies that the input interface is to be included in the log.Proprietary and Confidential 5-8 . Name of an existing class-map (created with class-map command) to which the access-list is being applied.

Syntax access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] {{deny | permit} {2 | igmp} {sourceipaddress source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | igmp-type] | remark string} [class-map class-map-name] no access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] [{deny | permit} {2 | igmp} {source – ipaddress source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | igmp-type] | remark string] [class-map class-map-name] Parameter igmp-type Description IGMP protocol name or code to be matched or symbol-name may be used if defined in define igmp. only the access-list clause specified by the sequence number and/or matching clause is deleted. NetSocket. otherwise. If no sequence number or matching clause is specified. range is 0 to 255. ICMP subcode to be matched.Proprietary and Confidential 5-9 . access-list (extended IGMP) Creates an IGMP extended access-list.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter icmp-type icmp-subcode Mode Global Configuration Description ICMP name or code to be matched. the no form of this command deletes the entire access-list. 0 to 15 Type/Range Mode Global Configuration access-list (extended TCP) Creates an TCP extended access-list. only the access-list clause specified by the sequence number and/or matching clause is deleted. Inc. . See the access-list (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common between the access-list family of commands. the no form of this command deletes the entire access-list. otherwise. or symbol-name may be used if defined in define icmp-code. range is 0 to 255. If no sequence number or matching clause is specified.

or symbol name if defined in define tcp-port.Proprietary and Confidential 5-10 . TCP flag to be matched (SVP option only). NetSocket. TCP flag to be matched (SVP option only). Specifies that port must be not equal to a value. Decimal number or well-known name of the source TCP port. Specifies that port must be greater than a value. . Syntax access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] {{deny | permit} {6 | tcp} {source-ipaddress source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-tcp-port | range source-tcp-port1 source-tcp-port2] {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ipaddress} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} dest-tcp-port | range dest-tcp-port1 dest-tcp-port2] *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | ack | established | fin | psh | rst | syn | urg] | remark string} [class-map class-map-name] no access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] [{deny | permit} {6 | tcp} {sourceipaddress source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-tcp-port | range source-tcp-port1 source-tcp-port2] {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host destipaddress} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} dest-tcp-port | range dest-tcp-port1 dest-tcp-port2] *[dscp dscpvalue | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | ack | established | fin | psh | rst | syn | urg] | remark string] [class-map class-map-name] Parameters Parameter eq gt lt neq range source-tcp-port dest-tcp-port ack established fin psh rst syn urg Mode Global Configuration Description Specifies that port must be equal to a value. Decimal number or well-known name of the destination TCP port. TCP flag to be matched (SVP option only). Specifies that port must be less than a value. TCP flag to be matched (SVP option only). TCP flag to be matched (SVP option only). Inc. or symbol name if defined in define tcp-port. TCP flag to be matched (SVP option only). Specifies that port must be within a range of values. TCP flag to be matched (SVP option only).CLI Command Definitions See the access-list (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common between the access-list family of commands.

Decimal number or well-known name of the destination UDP port.CLI Command Definitions access-list (extended UDP) Creates an UDP extended access-list.Proprietary and Confidential 5-11 . See the access-list (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common between the access-list family of commands. Specifies that port must be greater than a value. otherwise. If no sequence number or matching clause is specified. Specifies that port must be within a range of values. or symbol name if defined in define udp-port. Decimal number or well-known name of the source UDP port. Inc. . Specifies that port must be not equal to a value. only the access-list clause specified by the sequence number and/or matching clause is deleted. Syntax access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] {{deny | permit} {17 | udp} {sourceipaddress source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-udp-port | range source-udp-port1 source-udp-port2] {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host destipaddress} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} dest-udp-port | range dest-udp-port1 dest-udp-port2] *[dscp dsc-pvalue | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments] | remark string} [class-map class-map-name] no access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] [{deny | permit} {17 | udp} {sourceipaddress source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-udp-port | range source-udp-port1 source-udp-port2] {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host destipaddress} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} dest-udp-port | range dest-udp-port1 dest-udp-port2] *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments] | remark string] [class-map class-map-name] Parameters Parameter eq gt lt neq range source-udp-port dest-udp-port Description Specifies that port must be equal to a value. or symbol name if defined in define udp-port. The no form of this command disables the display of sequence numbers when showing access-lists (default). NetSocket. Specifies that port must be less than a value. the no form of this command deletes the entire access-list. Mode Global Configuration access-list sequence-enable Enables the display of sequence numbers when showing access-lists.

only the access-list clause specified by the sequence number and/or matching clause is deleted. otherwise.Proprietary and Confidential 5-12 . deny permit ip-address [wildmask] any host ip-address NetSocket. Access is denied or permitted for packets originating from any source IP address. permit. Sequence numbers are not displayed within running configuration output.0. Access is denied for the source addresses specified.0 is assumed). Syntax access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] {{deny | permit} {ip-address [wildmask] | any | host ip-address} [log] | remark string} [class-map class-map-name] no access-list access-list-id [seq sequence-number] [{deny | permit} {ip-address [wildmask] | any | host ip-address} [log] | remark string] [class-map class-map-name] Parameters Parameter access-list-id sequence-number Description Alphanumeric name string (40 characters maximum) of the standard access-list being defined. .CLI Command Definitions This command does not affect access-list commands displayed within running configuration output. If no sequence number or matching clause is specified. or remark clause being added to (or deleted from) the access list. the no form of this command deletes the entire access-list. Access is denied or permitted for packets originating from this source IP address host.0. by default. Syntax access-list sequence-enable no access-list sequence-enable Mode Global Configuration access-list (standard) Creates a standard access-list. 0. Unique sequence number of the deny. Inc. sequence numbers start at 10 and increment by 10 for each entry added to the end of the access list. Access is permitted for the source addresses specified. Access is denied or permitted for packets originating from this source IP address and wildcard mask combination (if wildcard mask is not specified.

Type/Range Default None None None None 0 NetSocket. 0 to 600 where 00 implies off.Proprietary and Confidential 5-13 . Inc. . The no form of the command with no arguments disables the ACD alert for all time intervals. Value of duration in seconds is less than this value. alert will set. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. Text about or explanation of the access-list. Mode Global Configuration acd Average Call Duration (ACD) is an average duration of successfully connected calls from the beginning of the call request to the release of the call. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. will disable the ACD alert for that time interval. The no form of the command with a single interval. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. regardless of set/clear threshold value. Syntax acd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no acd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day.CLI Command Definitions log string class-map-name Specifies that information about matching packets will be sent to the console. Name of an existing class-map (created with class-map command) to which the access-list is being applied. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. up to 100 characters long.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-14 . The no form of the command with no arguments disables the ACDD alert for all time intervals. Type/Range Default None None None None 0 NetSocket. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. alert will clear.CLI Command Definitions clear Value of duration in seconds is greater than or equal to this value. . set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. Inc. regardless of set/clear threshold value. 00 to 600 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration acdd Average Call Disconnect Delay (ACDD) is an average delay for VoIP sessions measured from the release request to the acknowledgement. Value of duration in seconds is greater than this value. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Average Call Disconnect Delay. will disable the ACDD alert for that time interval. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. The no form of the command with a single interval. 0 to 600 where 00 implies off. alert will set. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. Syntax acdd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no acdd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day.

The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. Syntax add {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no add {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. alert will set. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Average Data Duration. Value of duration in seconds is greater than or equal to this value. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. 00 to 600 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration add Average Data Duration (ADD) is an average duration of successfully established data sessions.CLI Command Definitions clear Value of duration in seconds is less than or equal to this value. 00 to 300 Type/Range Default None None None None 0 clear 0 NetSocket. The no form of the command with a single interval. alert will clear. alert will clear. will disable the ADD alert for that time interval. . Inc. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the ADD alert for all time intervals. 0 to 300 where 00 implies off. Value of duration in seconds is less than this value. regardless of set/clear threshold value. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-15 .

and clears out all the attributes from peers. no address-family [family-name].CLI Command Definitions Mode Session thresholds configuration address-family ipv4 Enables IPv4 address family based running configuration on the RCP and enters into the specified Address Family Configuration Mode. The no form of this command does a no activate command on all peers and peer groups in the address family. . NetSocket. it cannot be disabled. Syntax address-family ipv4 [multicast | [unicast] [vrf vrf-name]] no address-family ipv4 [multicast | [unicast] [vrf vrf-name]] Parameters Parameter ipv4 multicast unicast vrf-name Description Specifies IP version 4 Specifies Multicast mode. The no form of this command disables debug messages of specified BGP address family names (or all names if none specified) from being placed in the trace file (default).. address-family (traceoptions) Enables debug messages of specified BGP address family names to be placed in the trace file.Proprietary and Confidential 5-16 . range is 1 to 40 characters. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Guidelines Once address family based running configuration is enabled on the RCP. removes all peers from their peer groups.. Syntax address-family {family-name}. Alpha-numeric-symbolic name for the VRF the address-family information is associated with. Specifies Unicast mode (default). Inc...

The no form of this command deletes a specified command alias within a specified mode or deletes all command aliases within a specified mode. address-family configure exec flow-cache interface ip-explicit-path ipenacl NetSocket. Address Family Configuration Mode. Interface Configuration Mode. IP Explicit Path Configuration Mode. EXEC mode.Proprietary and Confidential 5-17 . . Global Configuration Mode. Flow aggregation Cache Configuration Mode.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter family-name Description Family name of BGP address family. Inc. IP Extended Access-List Configuration Mode. Syntax alias mode command-alias command no alias mode [command-alias [command]] Parameters Parameter mode Description {address-family | configure | controller | cos-queue-group-in | cos-queuegroupout | exec | flow-cache | interface | ipexplicit-path | ipenacl | ipsnacl | line | path-attr | policy-list | protmon | QoSclassmap | QoSpolicymap-in | QoSpolicymap-out | QoSpolicymapclassin | QoSpolicymapclass-out | route-map | router | subinterface | traceoptions}. Mode Traceoptions Configuration alias Creates a command alias for a specified command within a specified command mode. either “ipv4 unicast” or “ipv4 multicast”.

Protection Monitor Configuration Mode Route-Map Configuration Mode. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. Type/Range Default None None None NetSocket. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. Path Attribute Configuration Mode. Router Configuration Mode. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. . Subinterface Configuration Mode. regardless of set/clear threshold value. Inc. will disable the APDD alert for that time interval. Traceoptions Configuration Mode. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day.Proprietary and Confidential 5-18 . Line Configuration Mode. Syntax apdd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no apdd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the ACRD alert for all time intervals. apdd Average Post Dial Delay (APDD) is an average delay for VoIP sessions measured from the call request to ringing.CLI Command Definitions ipsnacl line path-attr policy-list protmon route-map router subinterface traceoptions Mode Global Configuration IP Standard Access-List Configuration Mode. The no form of the command with a single interval. IP Policy List Configuration Mode.

Value of duration in seconds is less than or equal to this value. Syntax ard {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no ard {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day.Proprietary and Confidential 5-19 . set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. regardless of set/clear threshold value. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. . The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. The no form of the command with a single interval. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Average Registration Delay. alert will clear. Value of duration in seconds is greater than this value. Inc.CLI Command Definitions interval4 set set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. will disable the ARD alert for that time interval. Type/Range Default None None None None NetSocket. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. alert will set. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the ARD alert for all time intervals. 00 to 600 None 0 clear 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration ard Average Registration Delay (ARD) is the average delay for VoIP applications for registration delay duration. 0 to 600 where 00 implies off.

Value of duration in seconds is less than or equal to this value. 00 to 600 0 clear 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration area authentication Enables authentication in the OSPF area specified. 0 to 4294967295 Type/Range area-id simple message-digest Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) Guidelines If simple or message-digest is not specified. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-20 . simple authentication is done. expressed as an IP address (dotted decimal). alert will clear. Syntax area {ip-address | area-id} authentication [simple | message-digest] no area {ip-address | area-id} authentication [simple | message-digest] Parameters Parameter ip-address Description Area to be authenticated. alert will set. Area to be authenticated. expressed as a decimal number Specifies Type-1 (simple password) authentication (default). NetSocket. Specifies MD5 authentication.CLI Command Definitions set Value of duration in seconds is greater than this value. Inc. The no form of this command disables authentication for the area (default). 0 to 600 where 00 implies off.

and sets the default-cost to 1 (default). expressed as a decimal number Default summary route cost for the stub area Type/Range IPv4 or IPv6 area-id 0 to 4294967295 cost 1 to 65535. default is 1. Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) area nssa Enables an OSPF area to be a not-so-stubby-area (NSSA). .CLI Command Definitions area default-cost In an Area Border Router (ABR). specifies the cost of the default summary route sent into a stub area.Proprietary and Confidential 5-21 . The no form of this command removes an OSPF area from NSSA designation. The no form of this command removes the specified default summary route cost. Syntax area {ip-address | area-id} default-cost cost no area {ip-address | area-id} default-cost [cost] Parameters Parameter ip-address Description IPv4 or IPv6 address of the area into which the defaultcost is being sent. Syntax area {ip-address | area-id} nssa [no-redistribution] [default-information-originate] [nosummary] no area {ip-address | area-id} nssa [no-redistribution] [default-information-originate] [nosummary] Parameters Parameter Description Type/Range NetSocket. Inc. Area into which the defaultcost is being sent.

. Inc. expressed as a decimal number Configures this router (which must be an NSSA Area Border Router) to not redistribute routes into the NSSA. 0 to 4294967295 area-id no-redistribution no-summary default-informationoriginate Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) area virtual-link Sets an OSPF virtual link (a link to the backbone through a non-backbone area). expressed as an ip address (dotted decimal).Proprietary and Confidential 5-22 . but to allow redistribution into the nonNSSA areas.CLI Command Definitions ip-address Area being designated as an NSSA. Configures this router to not send Network Summary LSAs (Type 3) into the NSSA Configures this router (which must be an NSSA Area Border Router) to generate an NSSA External LSA (Type 7) default route into the NSSA. Syntax area {ip-address | area-id} virtual-link router-id *[authentication [null | message-digest] | dead-interval seconds | hello-interval seconds | retransmit-interval seconds | transmitdelay seconds] [authentication-key [encryption-type] password | message-digest-key key-id md5 [encryption-type] key] no area {ip-address | area-id} virtual-link router-id *[authentication [null | message-digest] | dead-interval seconds | hello-interval seconds | retransmit-interval seconds | transmitdelay seconds] [authentication-key [encryption-type] password | message-digest-key key-id md5 [encryption-type] key] Parameters NetSocket. The no form of this command removes the virtual link. Area being designated as an NSSA.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-23 . Amount of time in seconds that passes between the sending of Hello packets. default is 40 authentication authentication null authentication messagedigest authentication-key encryption-type 0 to 7. Optional number specifying the type of encryption to use when storing and displaying the simple password Type/Range area-id 0 to 4294967295 router-id hello-interval seconds 1 to 8192. Amount of time in seconds to wait between unacknowledged OSPF packet retransmissions Amount of time in seconds it takes to transmit an LSA on this interface. NetSocket. default is 10 retransmit-interval seconds 1 to 8192. default is 0 (no encryption). The LSA age will be increased by this amount as it exits this interface or resides in the LSA database Amount of time in seconds that the RCP will wait to hear a Hello from a neighbor on the network to which the interface is connected before declaring the neighbor dead (down) Configures the link to use simple (password) authentication. Area of the non-backbone (transit) area being used for the virtual link Router-id of the ABR with which the virtual-link is being established. default is 1 dead-interval seconds 1 to 8192. . Configures the link to use no authentication. default is 5 transmit-delay seconds 1 to 8192.CLI Command Definitions Parameter ip-address Description IP address of the area of the non-backbone (transit) area being used for the virtual link. Configures the link to use MD5 authentication. Inc.

The no form of this command removes a static entry. regardless of the encryption type parameters specified here. arp Creates a static entry within the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table.Proprietary and Confidential 5-24 . .xxxx. default is 0 (no encryption). Syntax arp ip-address mac-address no arp ip-address [mac-address] Parameters Parameter ip-address mac-address Description IP address of the static entry. 48-bit IEEE MAC address using three 4-digit hex numbers separated by periods (xxxx.CLI Command Definitions password Continuous string of characters. up to 8 bytes long. all passwords are encrypted for storage and display. that is the simple password to be used by neighboring routers. key-id md5 encryption-type key Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) Guidelines If the command password-encryption has been enabled. Inc.xxxx) Mode Global Configuration NetSocket. 1 to 255 0 to 7. Identifier for the MD5 key Optional number specifying the type of encryption to use when storing and displaying the md5 key Alphanumeric string of up to 16 characters that is the value of the MD5 key.

The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-25 . Syntax assign variable-name no assign variable-name Parameters Parameter variable-name Description Name of the variable being created. can be one alphabetic character a-z Type/Range Mode Route-Map Configuration Guidelines This command enters Route-Map Assign Mode. Inc. where all of the route-map match commands are available. Syntax atd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no atd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters NetSocket. so that more than one match condition may exist for a set command. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold. atd Average Tunnel Duration (ATD) is an average duration of successfully established tunnel sessions. The no form of this command deletes the variable definition. will disable the ATD alert for that time interval. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Average Tunnel Duration. regardless of set/clear threshold value. . After entering the match commands to be assigned to this variable. The no form of the command with a single interval. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the ATD alert for all time intervals. type exit to return to normal Route-Map Configuration Mode.CLI Command Definitions assign Creates a variable that can have multiple match commands associated with it.

set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. 00 to 300 0 clear 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration avd Average Video Duration (AVD) is an average duration of successfully connected video session from the beginning of the request to the release of the session. alert will set. . The no form of the command with a single interval. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the AVD alert for all time intervals. Type/Range Default None None None None 0 to 300 where 00 implies off.CLI Command Definitions Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. Syntax avd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no avd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. will disable the AVD alert for that time interval. Type/Range Default None NetSocket. Inc. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. regardless of set/clear threshold value. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold. Value of duration in seconds is less than this value. Value of duration in seconds is greater than or equal to this value. alert will clear.Proprietary and Confidential 5-26 .

CLI Command Definitions interval2 interval3 interval4 set set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. alert will set. Inc. Value of duration in seconds is less than this value. 00 to 600 None None None 0 clear 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration avdd Average Video Disconnect Delay (AVDD) is the average from the request for termination until the acknowledgement. 0 to 600 where 00 implies off. . Value of duration in seconds is greater than or equal to this value. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. Syntax avdd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no avdd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Average Video Disconnect Delay. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the AVDD alert for all time intervals. regardless of set/clear threshold value. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day.Proprietary and Confidential 5-27 . Type/Range Default None None NetSocket. alert will clear. The no form of the command with a single interval. will disable the AVDD alert for that time interval. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold.

00 to 600 None None 0 clear 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration avpdd Average Video Post Dial Delay (AVPDD) is the average delay from the initial request to the ringing. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified.CLI Command Definitions interval3 interval4 set set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. will disable the AVPDD alert for that time interval. 0 to 600 where 00 implies off.Proprietary and Confidential 5-28 . Inc. Value of duration in seconds is less than or equal to this value. Syntax avpdd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no avpdd {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. alert will set. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. Type/Range Default None None None None NetSocket. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the AVPDD alert for all time intervals. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. regardless of set/clear threshold value. . The no form of the command with a single interval. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. alert will clear. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. Value of duration in seconds is greater than this value. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold.

10000 for Admin and NNET. default values are 9 for Tunnel. The no form of this command sets the bandwidth informational value to the default value. Mode Interface Configuration (Admin.CLI Command Definitions set Value of duration in seconds is greater than this value. alert will set. Em. and Loopback. 00 to 600 0 clear 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration bandwidth (interface) Sets the bandwidth informational value for an interface. Value of duration in seconds is less than or equal to this value. Once an interface is removed as NetSocket. NNET. 0 to 600 where 00 implies off. Inc. and Null. the default is for the bandwidth value to be dynamically set according to the number of active members. Loopback. the bandwidth value for that interface is changed to the default value for that interface.Proprietary and Confidential 5-29 . Tunnel) Guidelines When an interface is assigned as a member of a link bundle interface. For Port-chan and Pos-chan. Syntax bandwidth kilobits no bandwidth [kilobits] Parameters Parameter kilobits Description Bandwidth in kilobits per second Type/Range Range is 1 to 80000000. Subinterface defaults are same as parent interface. alert will clear. . Null.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-30 . . The no form of this command deletes an existing message (default). banner enable Sets a message to display upon “enabling” to a new privilege level.CLI Command Definitions a member of the link bundle interface. banner exec Sets a message to display after user login. the minimum bandwidth value possible is the total capacity of the number of active members set by the channel-group minimum active command. Attempts to configure the bandwidth value while the interface is assigned as a member of a link bundle will be denied. Inc. message Mode Global Configuration Guidelines If desired. the bandwidth value is returned to the actual configured value. Banner message text. Syntax banner enable c message c no banner enable [c message c] Parameters Parameter c Description Delimiting character. Syntax banner exec c message c no banner exec [c message c] NetSocket. a message can span multiple lines by using a carriage return. When the bandwidth value is configured to be dynamically set for link bundle interfaces. The RCP will continue to allow additional lines until a line is entered containing an ending delimiting character. any character is allowed but it must use a different character than any used in the banner message. The no form of this command deletes an existing message (default).

Syntax banner motd c message c NetSocket. message Mode Global Configuration banner motd Sets a message-of-the-day (MOTD) message to display before login message. Banner message text. Syntax banner login c message c no banner login [c message c] Parameters Parameter c Description Delimiting character. The no form of this command deletes an existing message (default). any character is allowed but it must use a different character than any used in the banner message. any character is allowed but it must use a different character than any used in the banner message. Inc. Banner message text.Proprietary and Confidential 5-31 .CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter c Description Delimiting character. . message Mode Global Configuration banner login Sets a message to display before user login. The no form of this command deletes an existing message (default).

CLI Command Definitions no banner motd [c message c] Parameters Parameter c Description Delimiting character. message Mode Global Configuration bgp Enables the RCP to allow any integer as a valid router ID. Banner message text. The no form of this command enables the RCP to reject bad router IDs (default). Syntax bgp allow-illegal-routerid no bgp allow-illegal-routerid Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) bgp client-to-client reflection Enables route reflection from a BGP route reflector to clients (default).Proprietary and Confidential 5-32 . . any character is allowed but it must use a different character than any used in the banner message. Inc. The no form of this command disables client-to-client reflection. Syntax bgp client-to-client reflection no bgp client-to-client reflection Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) NetSocket. including 0.

The no form of this command causes the RCP to not activate the IPv4-unicast address-family by default. The no form of this command removes the cluster ID. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) bgp default ipv4-unicast Sets the RCP’s default address-family to IPv4-unicast (default).CLI Command Definitions Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) bgp cluster-id Sets the cluster ID for the routers acting as route reflectors if the BGP cluster has more than one route reflector. NetSocket. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-33 . Inc. Syntax bgp cluster-id cluster-id no bgp cluster-id [cluster-id] Parameters Parameter cluster-id Description Cluster ID of this route reflector expressed as a nonzero-32-bit-integer (1 to 4294967295) or a dotted decimal IP address.

Inc. Syntax bgp fast-external-fallover no bgp fast-external-fallover Modes Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) bgp log-neighbor-changes NetSocket. The no form of this command disables this feature.CLI Command Definitions Syntax bgp default ipv4-unicast no bgp default ipv4-unicast Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) bgp default route-target filter Enables automatic BGP route-target community filtering. Syntax bgp default route-target filter no bgp default route-target filter Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) bgp fast-external-fallover Enables the BGP sessions of any directly adjacent external peers to immediately reset if the link used to reach them goes down (default). .Proprietary and Confidential 5-34 . The no form of this command disables this function.

The no form of this command returns the timers to their default values.CLI Command Definitions Enables logging of BGP neighbor status changes (up or down) and resets. Syntax bgp peer-restart-timer {level-1 time-in-seconds | level-2 time-in-seconds | level-3 timeinseconds} no bgp peer-restart-timer {level-1 [time-in-seconds] | level-2 [time-in-seconds] | level-3 [timein-seconds]} Parameters Parameter level-1 time-inseconds Description Period of time between the trigger event and the peer reset for level-1 restart timers Period of time between the trigger event and the peer reset for level-2 restart timers Type/Range 0 to 180 30 Default level-2 time-inseconds 0 to 180 20 NetSocket. Syntax bgp log-neighbor-changes [access-list-id] no bgp log-neighbor-changes [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Neighbor changes are logged for neighbors matching this access list. Inc. The no form of this command disables the logging of changes (default).Proprietary and Confidential 5-35 . Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) bgp peer-restart-timer Sets the time gap between the command that is the cause of the peer reset and the actual peer reset. .

* to 255. and any address in the range 224. bgp reset-peer-on-illegal-nexthop Enables the RCP to shut down a peering session when an illegal next-hop is received from that peer.*.0. the address of any local interface on this router.0. The no form of this command causes BGP to ignore incoming routes with illegal nexthops and keep the peering session up (default).CLI Command Definitions level-3 time-inseconds Period of time between the trigger event and the peer reset for level-3 restart timers 0 to 180. Inc.*. 0.0. Syntax bgp router-id ip-address NetSocket.*. 5 Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Guidelines This command is not available in Address-family Router Configuration Mode. or the highest loopback address on the RCP. . Syntax bgp reset-peer-on-illegal-nexthop no bgp reset-peer-on-illegal-nexthop Modes Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Guidelines Illegal nexthop values are 0. which is the highest IP address on the RCP.Proprietary and Confidential 5-36 . The no form of this command sets the router-id to the default setting.*. bgp router-id Sets the BGP router-id.*.*.*.*.

Inc. use the bgp-topology-neighbor command in topology-map configuration mode. . Multiple BGP neighbor can be specified in topology map.CLI Command Definitions no bgp router-id [ip-address] Parameters Parameter ip-address Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Description IP address of this router. Password. [Optional] Whether the password will be encrypted for display. bgp-topology-neighbor To add a BGP neighbor into the RCP managed topology. Autonomous System ID Integer None String None Type/Range String Default None as-number Mode Topology map configuration bmosp The SVA calculates MOS values for RTP streams that are detected at an SVA monitoring point NetSocket. Syntax bgp-topology-neighbor <ip-address> [md5 password [<encryption-type>] <password>] [asnum <as-number>] no bgp-topology-neighbor <ip-address> [md5 password [<encryption-type>] <password>] [as-num <as-number>] Parameters Parameter ip-address md5 <password> encrypted Description IP address of BGP neighbor [Optional] Use MD5 algorithm.Proprietary and Confidential 5-37 .

Measured network induced factors are used to generate a scaled MOS score which is higher than the MOS value calculated based on the severity of the impairment. the session quality is determined by calculating a percentage using the calculated MOS and the nominal MOS. The no form of the command with the BSMOS and/or BVMOS value will return the threshold to its default value. This command specifies the threshold to determine if a session has a bad MOS percentage and specifies the ratio of such sessions that would trigger an alert to be generated. The no form of the command with a single interval. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. All sessions with a MOS percentage less than or equal to the configured value will be marked as having a Bad MOS value. Since nominal MOS is used for speech sessions and scaled MOS is used for video sessions. The system compares the percentage value with the Bad. The SVP calculates a percentage using the measured MOS and the scaled MOS. Since the SVP attempts to isolate network impairments. For each session. Thresholds are defined to categorize sessions as Bad.Proprietary and Confidential 5-38 . Fair and Good. . Otherwise the comparison continues to the next threshold value. Syntax bmosp {[bsmos <bsmos>] [bvmos <bvmos>] [interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no bmosp {[bsmos <bsmos>] [bvmos <bvmos>] [interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter Description Type/Range Default NetSocket. each session type has its own threshold value. There is no nominal MOS value defined for video codecs. the comparison stops. Inc. The SVA generates a scaled MOS score based on network induced degradation. This scaled MOS score can then be used to identify sessions that low quality based on the network impairment measured for that session. The actual calculated MOS may be better if measured values are higher than default values or lower if network impairments affect the voice stream. and then Fair thresholds in that order. Poor. the codec used has an associated nominal score. If the value is less than or equal to a threshold. Sessions with a percentage greater than the Fair threshold are considered Good. The command replaces the existing BMOS thresholds and/or the settings for the intervals specified. will disable the BMOSP alert for that time interval.CLI Command Definitions and correspond to a session monitored by its associated SVP. For call sessions. a degradation factor is computed: 0 meaning no impairment and 10 meaning the most severe. regardless of set/clear threshold value. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the BMOSP alert for all time intervals and returns the BMOS thresholds to their default value. A given video codec can adjust many factors which can significantly alter the perceived quality. Poor. These changes in quality are attributed to the codec itself and not related to the performance of the transport network. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold.

10. gmosp capability opaque Enables the RCP to allow Opaque LSAs (Types 9. If the percentage of sessions with a bad MOS ratio is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. If the percentage of sessions with a bad MOS ratio is greater than this value an alarm will be sent.Proprietary and Confidential 5-39 . Bad Video MOS percentage threshold value. Inc. .CLI Command Definitions bsmos Bad Speech MOS percentage threshold value. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. and 11) (default). Syntax capability opaque no capability opaque Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) NetSocket. The no form of this command disables the RCP’s capability to handle Opaque LSAs. 0-100 60 bvmos 40-100 60 interval1 interval2 None None interval3 interval4 set None None 0-99 none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration Related Commands pmosp. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. fmosp.

Value of ratio is greater than or equal to this value. Inc. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. Value of ratio is less than this value. . regardless of threshold values. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified.CLI Command Definitions casr Call Authentication Success Ratio (CASR) is a percentage of call authentication attempts that are successful. 00 to 100 where 00 implies off. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the CASR alert for all time intervals. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. will disable the CCSR alert for that time interval. alert will clear. Syntax casr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no casr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set clear Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. 00 to 100 Type/Range Default None None None None 00 00 Mode Session thresholds configuration ccsr Call Connect Success Ratio (CCSR) is the call connection attempt success ratio.Proprietary and Confidential 5-40 . regardless of set/clear threshold value. The no form of the command with a single interval. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold per time interval. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the CCSR alert for all time intervals. NetSocket. will disable the CASR alert for that time interval. alert will set. The no form of the command with a single interval.

Inc. 00 to 100 Type/Range Default None None None None 00 00 Mode Session thresholds configuration cd Changes the default file directory. . Value of ratio is greater than or equal to this value. Syntax ccsr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no ccsr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set clear Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. Syntax cd [directory-name] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. alert will clear. Value of ratio is less than this value.CLI Command Definitions This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Call Connection Success Ratio. alert will set. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. 00 to 100 where 00 implies off.Proprietary and Confidential 5-41 . The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold per time interval.

For a complete list of valid device arguments. The command replaces the existing delay values and/or the settings for the intervals specified. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the ACDD alert for all time intervals and returns the delay values to their default. will disable the ACDD alert for that time interval. cdd The Call Disconnect Delay (CDD) threshold is the percentage of call sessions with a CDD that exceeds the std-dly or non-std-dly configured. Otherwise. If the prefix of the destination ID is defined in the non-standard list (see session-non-std-dest command). referto the dir command documentation. The delays are specified in milliseconds. the std-dly is used. Inc. . If the percentage of sessions with excessive CDD is greater than or equal to the defined threshold. Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines The device argument within a directory-name or filename specification refers to both physicaldevices and logical devices (directory areas). The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. the non-std-dly is used.Proprietary and Confidential 5-42 .CLI Command Definitions directory-name Name of the file directory as [device:]directory. Syntax cdd {[std-dly std-dly>] [non-std-dly non-std-dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no cdd {[std-dly std-dly>] [non-std-dly non-std-dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter Description Type/Range Default NetSocket. The no form of the command with the std-dly or non-std-dly value will return the setting to its default value. regardless of set/clear threshold value. The system determines which delay to use based on the destination ID of the session. the ACDD alert is generated. The no form of the command with a single interval. default is top level filedirectory.

If the percentage of sessions with an excessive delay is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. i. Syntax clear access-list counters [access-list-id] Parameters NetSocket.e. Inc. a non-standard prefix. If the percentage of sessions with an excessive delay is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. i. . set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. 0-65535 5000 ms non-std-dly 0-65535 5000 ms interval1 interval2 None None interval3 interval4 set None None 0-99 none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration Related Commands session-non-std-dst clear access-list counters Clears the counter that tracks how many times an access-list entry was matched. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day.CLI Command Definitions std-dly CDD delay in ms for sessions with default destinations. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. CDD delay in ms for sessions with a nonstandard destination. not a non-standard prefix.Proprietary and Confidential 5-43 .e.

Syntax clear clns neighbors Modes Privileged EXEC Guidelines Once the neighbor is removed. clear clns traffic Clears the displayed counters (visible through show commands) of CLNS packets that this routerhas seen. Syntax clear arp-cache Mode Privileged EXEC clear clns neighbors Removes CLNS neighbors (adjacencies) from the neighbor table. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-44 .CLI Command Definitions Parameter access-list-id Description Alphanumeric name string of the access-list for which the counter is beingreset. Inc. Syntax clear clns traffic Modes NetSocket. Mode Privileged EXEC clear arp-cache Clears all dynamic entries within the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table. IS-IS will re-establish the adjacency if the neighbor still exists.

Syntax clear host {host | *} Parameters Parameter host * Description Name of host device for which the associated IP address(es) will be cleared.Proprietary and Confidential 5-45 .Clearing of the “show controllers” counters associated with SONET Performance Monitoring isaccomplished through use of the clear pm command. Clears the associated IP address(es) for all host names. Type y to continueor n to cancel this command. then all interfaces and ports are cleared. Inc. Syntax clear counters [interface-name | port-name] Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | null 0 | portchan channel-number | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number} Mode Privileged Exec Guidelines If an interface or port is not specified on the input of this command. clear host Clears associations made between a host name and one or more IP addresses. . To confirm that clearing the counters of all interfaces and ports is what the userintended. NetSocket. a warning message is displayed along with a confirmation message.CLI Command Definitions Privileged Exec clear counters Clears the “show interfaces” or “show controllers” counters for the specified interface or port. If aninterface or port is not specified. then all interfaces and portswill be cleared.

Inc. how many packets have been permittedor denied by the interface access-lists. all locks will be cleared.CLI Command Definitions Mode Privileged Exec Guidelines Clearing a static name/address association also removes the corresponding CLI command entryassignment by automatically performing the equivalent of a no ip host command. on a per-interface basis. If no IP address is specified. . Syntax clear host-login-lockout [ip-address <ip-address>] Parameters Parameter ip-address Mode User EXEC Description IP address of host to clear existing lockout. NOTE: if the system has logged some number of consecutive login failures from a host. clear interface access-list counters Clears the counters that track. clear host-login-lockout Clear system lockout of login connections from host IP.Proprietary and Confidential 5-46 . the count is cleared even if lockout has not yet occurred. then all interface access-listcounters are cleared. If an interface is not specified. Syntax clear interface access-list counters [interface-name] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket.

. Syntax clear interface access-list log Mode Privileged Exec clear interface dampening Clears all of the penalty-related information for the given interface or all interfaces. NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions interface-name {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | null 0 | portchan channel-number | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number} Mode Privileged Exec clear interface access-list log Clears the access-list logs on the router. Syntax clear interface dampening [interface-name] Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | null 0 | portchan channel-number | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number} Mode Privileged Exec clear ip access-list counters Clears the counter that tracks how many times an IP access-list entry was matched.Proprietary and Confidential 5-47 . Inc.

CLI Command Definitions Syntax clear ip access-list counters [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Alphanumeric name string of the IP accesslist for which the counter is beingreset. Clears this specific peer’s BGP connection specified by either an IPv4 orIPv6 address. Inc. . Specifies unicast connections. peer-ip-address vrf-name NetSocket. if created with define as. Specifies VPN version 4 address family. Mode Privileged Exec clear ip bgp Clears a BGP connection. Specifies multicast connections. Alpha-numeric-symbolic name for the VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF) for which the routes will be cleared for. Syntax clear ip bgp {* | as-number | peer-ip-address} [vrf vrf-name] [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast]| [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ipaddress:16-bitinteger}]][soft] [in [aspath-filter | comm-filter | extcomm-filter | prefix-filter] | out] Parameters Parameter * as-number Description Clears all current BGP peer sessions Clears all BGP connections for peers with this autonomous system number (orsymbol.Proprietary and Confidential 5-48 . Specifies IPv6 address family. range is 1 to 40 characters. ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 Specifies IPv4 address family.

clear ip bgp flap-statistics Clears the router’s BGP flap statistics. 16-bit integer.C. Specifies VPN version 4 address family. Sends updated as-path-filter information to the peer router. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Sends updated extended-community-filter information to the peer router.B. . Inc. Inbound soft re-configuration. Syntax clear ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}]] flap-statistics [[ip-address [netmask] |ip-address/mask-length] | filter-list as-path-access-list-id | regexp regular-expression] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 Description Specifies IPv4 address family. Specifies route distiguisher. Sends updated community-filter information to the peer router.Proprietary and Confidential 5-49 . Sends updated prefix-filter information to the peer router. Specifies unicast connections. range is 0 to 65535. Outbound soft re-configuration.D). Session is cleared without resetting the BGP TCP session (soft re-configuration). NetSocket. Specifies VPN version 6 address family. Specifies multicast connections. Specifies IPv6 address family.CLI Command Definitions vpnv6 rd 16-bit-integer ip-address soft in aspath-filter comm-filter extcomm-filter prefix-filter out Mode Privileged Exec Specifies VPN version 6 address family.

Clears flap-statistics for all the addresses that match this regularexpression. Specifies IPv6 address family. range is 0 to 65535. Syntax clear ip bgp peer-group peer-group [vrf vrf-name] [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4| vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bitinteger}]] [soft][in [aspath-filter | comm-filter | extcomm-filter | prefix-filter] | out] Parameters Parameter peer-group vrf-name Description Clears this specific peer group’s BGP connection.Proprietary and Confidential 5-50 .B. NetSocket. Alpha-numeric-symbolic name for the VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF) for which the routes will be cleared for. Specifies VPN version 4 address family. ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 Specifies IPv4 address family. Mode Privileged Exec clear ip bgp peer-group Clears the BGP connection for a specific BGP peer-group. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A.D). Inc. 16-bit integer. Subnet mask of the address for which flapstatistics are being cleared. IP address and mask length of the network for which IP flap-statisticsare being cleared. .CLI Command Definitions rd 16-bit-integer ip-address netmask ip-address/mask-length as-path-access-list-id regular-expression Specifies route distiguisher. range is 1 to 40 characters.C. Specifies unicast connections. Clears flap-statistics for all the addresses that pass this access list. Specifies multicast connections.

Sends updated extended-community-filter information to the peer router.B.D). Sends updated prefix-filter information to the peer router. Inbound soft re-configuration. clear ip ospf counters Clears the statistics and counters associated with all or the given OSPF neighbor(s). Specifies route distiguisher. 16-bit integer. clears counters for allneighbors). rangeis 1 to 65535. Sends updated community-filter information to the peer router. Session is cleared without resetting the BGP TCP session (soft re-configuration).Proprietary and Confidential 5-51 . IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A.C. Outbound soft re-configuration. The BGP peer router should apply the transmitted filter when sending updates. Sends updated as-path-filter information to the peer router.CLI Command Definitions vpnv6 rd 16-bit-integer ip-address soft in aspath-filter comm-filter extcomm-filter prefix-filter out Mode Privileged Exec Guidelines Specifies VPN version 6 address family. range is 0 to 65535. Syntax clear ip ospf [process-id] counters [neighbor [interface-name] [neighbor-id]] Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF process on this router for which counters are being cleared. . Inc. Clears counters for a specific neighbor (if none is specified. neighbor NetSocket.

. Syntax clear ip ospf [process-id] process Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF process on this router for which processes are being cleared. NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-52 . clear ip ospf redistribution Causes OSPF to delete and re-originate all external LSAs that were created by the OSPF instance.range is 1 to 65535.subinterface] |pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnel-number} Clears counters for the neighbor with this router ID. Mode Privileged Exec Guidelines This command performs the following functions: • Resets all neighbors • Deletes all self-originated LSAs • Removes all OSPF routes from the RIB • Re-establishes neighbor adjacencies • Re-originates all self-originated LSAs • Re-adds OSPF routes to the RIB This command is similar to deleting and re-adding the OSPF instance except that the configuration for the OSPF instance is preserved. ip-address Mode Privileged Exec clear ip ospf process Resets all states for all or the given OSPF process(es).CLI Command Definitions interface-name {loopback loopback-number | port-chan channel-number[. Inc.

IP address and netmask length of the route to be validated.CLI Command Definitions Syntax clear ip ospf redistribution Mode Privileged Exec clear ip route Validates that the specified IP route or all IP routes should be in the routing table. Validates all IP routes. . clear ip static-routes Removes all IP static routes from the routing table. This command permanently deletes all IP static routes from the routing tableand the running-configuration.Proprietary and Confidential 5-53 . Syntax clear ip static-routes Mode Privileged Exec Guidelines Use with caution. Syntax clear ip route {ip-address [netmask] | ip-address/mask-length | *} Parameters Parameter ip-address [netmask] ip-address/mask-length * Mode Privileged Exec Description IP address and subnet mask of the IP route to be validated. Inc. clear rcp statistics NetSocket.

Mode Privileged Exec cli-access host To configuration CLI related information so that SVP can communicate with CLI running on the NetSocket. for all VLAN identifiers. range is 1 to 4094. This command is used in conjunction with the “show processes routing” command. or optionally. NOTE: this command should only be used during installation and test and will have undesired side-effects if issued on an operational system.CLI Command Definitions To clear SVP statistics counters displayed on the Dashboard. Syntax clear routing process-statistics Mode Privileged Exec clear vlan Clears the “show vlan” counters for the specified VLAN identifier. Inc. use the “clear rcp statistics” command. Syntax clear rcp statistics Mode Global configuration clear routing process-statistics Clears performance information kept about scheduling inside of the DRP executable. . Clear counters for one VLAN identifier.Proprietary and Confidential 5-54 . Syntax clear vlan {statistics | vlan-id} Parameters Parameter statistics vlan-id Description Clear counters for all VLAN identifiers.

Name of the user for user name password authentication. Default is 60 seconds. Syntax clock set {hh:mm:ss dd month yyyy | hh:mm:ss month dd yyyy} NetSocket. When the cli-access command is first entered the encrypted keyword is not used and the password is entered in clear text. [Optional] Indicates that the entered password string is encrypted.CLI Command Definitions router defined by the “router” command. This address does not have to match with router’s IP address. [Optional] Access type for CLI. Inc. access-type {telnet | ssh} privilege-level <level> priv-password <privpassword> prompt <prompt-string> internal <value> Mode Topology map router configuration clock set Manually sets the system clock value. Default is telnet. The SVP will encrypt the password and the command will be displayed in the running config with the encrypted keyword. Password for the user. The “no” form of this command only requires the ip-address parameter.Proprietary and Confidential 5-55 . Syntax cli-access host<ip-address>username<username>[encrypted]password <password> [access-type {telnet | ssh}] [privilege-level <level> priv-password<priv-password>] [prompt<prompt-string>] [interval<value>] no cli-access host<ip-address>username<username> [[encrypted]password <password> [access-type {telnet | ssh}] [privilege-level <level> priv-password<privpassword>] [prompt<prompt-string>] [interval<value>]] Parameters Parameter ip-address username <username> password <password> encrypted Description IP address of the CLI host. [Optional] Query interval in seconds. [Optional] Specifies the privilege level 0-15 Specifies the privilege password. [Optional] Specifies CLI prompt. use the “cli-access” host command. .

only the first three letters of the month are significant. The no form of this commanddisables automatic switching to and from daylight savings time.Proprietary and Confidential 5-56 . the system clock value will be synchronized to the network time source inthe following manner: a) if the difference between the system clock and the network time sourceis 128ms or less. Description Hours (24-hour format).CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter hh:mm:ss dd month yyyy Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines If this command is executed while NTP is operational and configured to synchronize with a network time source. Inc. and seconds. the system clock value will be instantlysynchronized to the network time source value. Name of the month. NetSocket. the system clock value will be slowly “slewed” toward the network time sourcevalue at a rate of 0. Day of the month in two-digit format. range is 01 to 31. If the difference between the systemclock and the network time source is greater than 128ms. minutes. range is 1 to 8 alphanumericcharacters. Syntax clock summer-time zone {date {dd month yyyy hh:mm dd month yyyy hh:mm | month dd yyyyhh:mm month dd yyyy hh:mm} [minutes-offset] | recurring [{week | last} day month hh:mm{week | last} day month hh:mm [minutes-offset]]} no clock summer-time [zone {date {dd month yyyy hh:mm dd month yyyy hh:mm | month ddyyyy hh:mm month dd yyyy hh:mm} [minutes-offset] | recurring [{week | last} day month hh:mm{week | last} day month hh:mm [minutes-offset]]}] Parameters Parameter zone Description Name of time zone when daylight savings time is in effect. . clock summer-time Enables automatic switching to and from daylight savings time.5ms per second until synchronized. Year in four-digit format.

range is 1 to 5 (or last). Thursday. The no form of this command sets the utilizedtime zone to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). month hh:mm Mode Global Configuration clock timezone Sets the utilized time zone to a user entered value. Hours and minutes. Friday. range is 1 to 8 alphanumericcharacters. range is 1 to 31.Proprietary and Confidential 5-57 . Name of the month. Day of the week. Syntax clock timezone zone hours-offset [minutes-offset] no clock timezone [zone hours-offset [minutes-offset]] Parameters Parameter zone Description Name of time zone when standard time is in effect. Year. only the first three letters of the month are significant. Specifies when daylight savings time should begin and end. Hours and minutes in 24-hour time. Number of minutes to offset for daylight savings time. Wednesday. Tuesday. default is 60. values are Sunday. Week number of the month. . only the first three letters of the month are significant.Saturday. range is 1970 to 2035. Number of hours to offset from UTC. hours-offset NetSocket. Day of the week.CLI Command Definitions date dd month yyyy hh:mm minutes-offset recurring week day Specifies the start time and end time for daylight saving time. Inc. Monday. Name of the month.

CLI Command Definitions minutes-offset Mode Global Configuration Number of minutes to offset from UTC. A “y” or CRresponse will leave configuration mode without committing changes. any other response will stayin configuration mode. The no form of this command sets the method to “auto-based” (default). the commit command is used to exit configuration mode to the Privileged EXEC Mode and keep all the changes that were made sinceinitialing entering into configuration mode by typing the config command. a warning message will be displayed informing thatconfiguration changes will not be saved. Syntax commit-based-config no commit-based-config Mode Global Configuration Guidelines While in the commit-based configuration method. If in commit-based configuration method and end is entered from any configuration mode. Syntax commit Mode All configuration command modes compatible rfc1583 Enables the RCP to use the method specified in RFC 1583 for calculating summary route NetSocket. commit-based-config Sets the configuration method for configuration mode to “commit-based”.Proprietary and Confidential 5-58 . and keeps all changesmade while in configuration mode. commit Performs an exit of a configuration mode to the Privileged EXEC mode. . Confirmation to continue must be given. Inc. or exitis entered from Global Configuration Mode.

or the next highest number after this one. this command goes to the next sequence number in the routemap.Proprietary and Confidential 5-59 . Syntax compatible rfc1583 no compatible rfc1583 Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) configure Enters Global Configuration Mode. Inc. Syntax continue [routemap-sequence-number] no continue [routemap-sequence-number] Parameters Parameter routemap-sequence-number Description Route-map sequence number at which processing shouldcontinue. if this number is not in the sequence. .CLI Command Definitions costs. Syntax configure [terminal] Mode Privileged Exec continue Enables route-map processing to continue even if the route-map has resulted in a match. Mode Route-Map Configuration NetSocket.The no form of this command disables the RFC 1583 method of summary route calculation costsand causes the RCP to instead use the method specified in RFC 2328 (default). If nosequence number is specified.The no version of this command removes the continue statement from the route-map.

the last setcommand is the one that is used. Syntax copsrm router-id<interface-ip-address> no copsrm router-id<interface-ip-address> Parameters Parameter interface-ipaddress Description Interface IP address to be used for COPS-RM router ID. Mode COPS-RM router configuration -> router(config-router)# copsrm shutdown This command closes all open COPS-RM peering sessions. The continue command provides a forward branchoperation and routemap-exit allows the user to terminate processing at the end of an isolatedsegment of the route-map. The no form of this command returns the router ID to the default. Inc. . The IP address used must ensure reachability between the SVM and all SVPs participating in the COPS-RM protocol.CLI Command Definitions Guidelines In combination with the routemap-exit command. this command allows the user to create something like an if-then-else in a route-map. Syntax copsrm shutdown no copsrm shutdown Mode COPS-RM router configuration NetSocket. Default Loopback interface IP or highest interface IP. The default router ID is taken from the loop back interface (if configured) or the highest interface IP address on the SVP.Proprietary and Confidential 5-60 . copsrm router-id This command specifies the interface IP address to be used as the router ID for COPS-RM. For multiple set commands setting the same parameter. The no form of this command allows connection attempts to be made. Type/Range IP address in dotted notation.

CLI Command Definitions copy Copies a file from a source location to a destination location.Proprietary and Confidential 5-61 . Syntax copy source destination Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. . Inc.

• rcp://[username@]rhost/filename — Copy the file using RCP. • ftp://[username[:password]@]remotehost/filename — Copy the file using FTP.CLI Command Definitions source Source location of the file. • scp://[username@]rhost/filename — Copy the file using SCP. • running-config [verbose] — Copy the file to the current system configuration. • startup-config — Copy the file from the startup configuration. NetSocket. • startup-config — Copy the file to the startup configuration. • http://rhost/filename — Copy the file using HTTP. echo the commands from the running configuration to the screen. • scp://[username@]rhost/filename — Copy the file using SCP. • running-config — Copy the file from the current system configuration. • tftp://rhost/filename — Copy the file using TFTP. can be one of the following destinations: • filename — Name of the file as [device:][directory/]file. destination — Destination of the file. • tftp://rhost/filename — Copy the file using TFTP. Inc. can be one of the following sources: • filename — Name of the file as [device:][directory/]file. • pftp://[username[:password]@]remotehost/filename — Copy the file using passive mode FTP. . Optionally. • rcp://[username@]rhost/filename — Copy the file using RCP. • ftp://[username[:password]@]remotehost/filename — Copy the file using FTP. • pftp://[username[:password]@]remotehost/filename — Copy the file using passive mode FTP.Proprietary and Confidential 5-62 . if verbose is specified.

Syntax crypto key generate {dsa | rsa | rsa1} no crypto key generate [dsa | rsa | rsa1] Parameters Parameter dsa rsa rsa1 Description Generate DSA host key (SSH version 2). NetSocket. Inc. When the “cdrw” device is specified in the destination argument of this command. The no form of this command deletes a hostkey. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. crypto key generate Creates a host key for Secure Shell (SSH) service. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. Regardless of type. referto the dir command documentation. regardless of set/clear threshold value. Generate RSA host key (SSH version 2). For a complete list of valid device arguments. Generate RSA host key (SSH version 1). dcd Drop Call Duration (DCD) is an average duration of successfully established call sessions that are terminated with a non-normal disconnect reason. Care should be taken not to enter arguments that are shortened forms of the reserved “runningconfig”and “startup-config” filenames. cd-rw mediamust be utilized (since data cannot be copied to cd-r media). as this command will automatically complete the syntax tobe “running-config” and “startup-config”. . The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold.CLI Command Definitions Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines The device argument within a directory-name or filename specification refers to both physicaldevices and logical devices (directory areas). will disable the DCD alert for that time interval.Proprietary and Confidential 5-63 . media shouldalways be removed from the “cdrw” device by using the eject command. The no form of the command with a single interval. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the DCD alert for all time intervals.

The clear threshold must be less than or equal to the set threshold per time interval. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. 00 to 300 Type/Range Default None None None None 0 clear 0 Mode Session thresholds configuration dcr Drop Call Ratio (DCR) is a percentage of successfully established calls that are disconnected for a non-normal cause.CLI Command Definitions Syntax dcd {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no dcd {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day.Proprietary and Confidential 5-64 . set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. alert will set. Syntax dcr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> NetSocket. alert will clear. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. regardless of set/clear threshold value. will disable the DCR alert for that time interval. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. Value of duration in seconds is greater than or equal to this value. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the DCR alert for all time intervals. The no form of the command with a single interval. Inc. . Value of duration in seconds is less than this value. 0 to 300 where 00 implies off.

set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. Syntax no debug all Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines The debug all form of this command is not supported because the flood of messages that wouldresult from turning on all debug messages would be problematic.CLI Command Definitions clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no dcr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. The no form of this command turns off alldebug commands at one time.Proprietary and Confidential 5-65 . . 00 to 100 where 00 implies off. Inc. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. Value of ratio is greater than this value. Value of ratio is less than or equal to this value. alert will clear. alert will set. 00 to 100 Type/Range Default None None None None 00 clear 00 Mode Session thresholds configuration debug all The debug all form of this command is not supported. debug dampening NetSocket. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day.

CLI Command Definitions Logs link-dampening debug messages.subinterface] | pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnelnumber} Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines If no parameter or all is specified. debugging is turned on for all peers. Inc. turns off debuggingfor all peers. with all options. Syntax debug ip bgp [ip-address] no debug ip bgp [ip-address] Parameters Parameter ip-address Description Address of the BGP peer to which the debugging applies. debug is enabled on all links. . Syntax debug dampening [all | interface-name] no debug dampening [all | interface-name] Parameters Parameter all interface-name Description Debug is enabled on all links {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | port-chan channel-number[. it is enabled on a specific link. if none is entered. debug ip bgp Turns on debugging for the given BGP peer or all peers if no peer is specified. The no form of thiscommand turns off debugging for the given peer. otherwise.Proprietary and Confidential 5-66 . Mode NetSocket. or. if no peer is specified.

Syntax debug ip bgp aggregate [access-list-id] no debug ip bgp aggregate [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Standard or extended access-list that is applied to routing information todetermine when to print the debug information.Proprietary and Confidential 5-67 . The no form of this command turns off this debugfunction. Theno form of this command turns off this debug function. . Syntax debug ip bgp bestpath[access-list-id] no debug ip bgp bestpath[access-list-id] Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Provides information only on routes matching this access-list. Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip bgp bestpath Provides information on the BGP decision mechanism for which routes to use and advertise. Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip bgp dampening NetSocket. Inc.CLI Command Definitions Privileged EXEC debug ip bgp aggregate Provide information on BGP route aggregation.

CLI Command Definitions Provides information on BGP route dampening. Syntax debug ip bgp [ip-address] events no debug ip bgp [ip-address] events Parameters Parameter ip-address Description Address of the BGP peer to which the event debugging applies. or if no peer isgiven. The no form of this command turns off this debugfunction. . The noform of this command turns off this debug function.Proprietary and Confidential 5-68 . The no form of this command turns off this debug function. Syntax debug ip bgp dampening [access-list-id] no debug ip bgp dampening [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Standard or extended access-list that is applied to routing information todetermine when to print the debug information. or if no peer is given. Inc. Syntax NetSocket. Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip bgp events Provides information on BGP Events for the given peer. Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip bgp in updates Provides information on inbound BGP UPDATE messages from the given peer. for all peers. for all peers.

. or if no peer is given.Proprietary and Confidential 5-69 . The no form of this command turns off this debug function. Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip bgp open Provides information on BGP open messages from the given peer. Syntax debug ip bgp [ip-address] keepalives no debug ip bgp [ip-address] keepalives Parameters Parameter ip-address Description Address of the BGP peer to which the event debugging applies. or if no peer is given. Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip bgp keepalives Provides information on BGP keepalive messages from the given peer. Standard or extended access-list that is applied to routing information todetermine when to print the debug information. forall peers.CLI Command Definitions debug ip bgp in [[ip-address] updates [access-list-id]] no debug ip bgp in [[ip-address] updates [access-list-id]] Parameters Parameter ip-address access-list-id Description Address of the BGP peer sending the BGP UPDATES to this router. Inc. The no form of this command turns off this debug function. Syntax debug ip bgp [ip-address] open NetSocket. for allpeers.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-70 . Syntax debug ip bgp protocol-errors no debug ip bgp protocol-errors NetSocket.The no form of this command turns off this debugging activity. Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip bgp protocol-errors Logs protocol errors (a bad message.CLI Command Definitions no debug ip bgp [ip-address] open Parameters Parameter ip-address Description IPv4 or IPv6 address of the BGP peer to which the open message debuggingapplies. Syntax debug ip bgp out [[ip-address] updates [access-list-id]] no debug ip bgp out [[ip-address] updates [access-list-id]] Parameters Parameter ip-address access-list-id Description Address of the BGP peer sending the BGP UPDATES to this router. for all peers. Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip bgp out updates Provides information on BGP UPDATE messages advertised to the given peer. Inc. a bad message format. or if no peer isgiven. Standard or extended access-list that is applied to routing information todetermine when to print the debug information. or an unsupported message type). . The no form of this command turns off this debug function.

Provides information on advertised BGP UPDATE messages only. Syntax debug ip copsrm { events | protocol-errors | keepalives | open | <router-id> packets } no debug ip copsrm { events | protocol-errors | keepalives | open | <router-id> packets } Parameters Parameter events Description Various events are logged. for all peers. debug ip bgp [ip-address] updates [access-list-id] [in | out] no debug ip bgp [ip-address] updates [access-list-id] [in | out] Parameters Parameter ip-address access-list-id Description Address of the BGP peer that the UPDATE is to or from. . Type/Range Default None NetSocket. Inc. Provides information on inbound BGP UPDATE messages only. The no form of this command turns off this debugfunction. in out Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip copsrm This command enables various debug options. The no form of this command disables the specified debug option. or if no peer is given.CLI Command Definitions Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip bgp updates Provides information on inbound or advertised BGP UPDATE messages from or to the givenpeer. Standard or extended access-list that is applied to routing information todetermine when to print the debug information.Proprietary and Confidential 5-71 .

Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip ospf designated-router Displays debug information for the DR election algorithm for the OSPF process specified. The noform of this command turns off the debugging (default). The noform of this command turns off the debugging (default). range is 1 to 65535.CLI Command Definitions protocol-errors keepalives open router-id Detected protocol errors are logged. . packets None Mode EXEC debug ip ospf database-timer Displays debug database-timer information on the LSA for the OSPF process specified. IP address in dotted notation None None None None. Syntax debug ip ospf database-timer [process-id] no debug ip ospf database-timer [process-id] Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which debug information is beingdisplayed. IP address identifying the router ID of the neighbor. Inc. Syntax debug ip ospf designated-router [process-id] no debug ip ospf designated-router [process-id] NetSocket. Reception of keep alive messages are logged. TCP connection events are logged.Proprietary and Confidential 5-72 . Enables logging of packets exchanged with specified neighbor.

Syntax debug ip ospf lsa [process-id] no debug ip ospf lsa [process-id] Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which debug information is beingdisplayed. The no form of this command turns off the debugging (default). Mode Privileged EXEC NetSocket. Inc. range is 1 to 65535. Syntax debug ip ospf header no debug ip ospf header Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip ospf lsa Displays debug information on LSAs for the OSPF process specified.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which debug information is beingdisplayed. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-73 . Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip ospf header Displays debug information about packet headers in received and transmitted OSPF packets forthis router. range is 1 to 65535. The no form of this command turns off the debugging (default).

Displays information about the header of each OSPF packet received. Syntax debug ip ospf neighbor [process-id] no debug ip ospf neighbor [process-id] Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which debug information is beingdisplayed. The no form of thiscommand turns off the debugging (default).CLI Command Definitions debug ip ospf neighbor Displays debug information on neighbors for the OSPF process specified. Inc. Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip ospf packet Displays information about each OSPF packet received by this router. dd header NetSocket. The no form of this command turns off the debugging (default).Proprietary and Confidential 5-74 . Displays information about each OSPF Database Description (summary of databasecontents) packet received. range is 1 to 65535. Syntax debug ip ospf packet [ack | dd | header | hello | lsr | lsu] no debug ip ospf packet [ack | dd | header | hello | lsr | lsu] Parameters Parameter ack Description Displays information about each OSPF Link State Ack (flooding acknowledgment) packetreceived. .

Mode Privileged EXEC debug ip ospf rib-modify Displays debug information on RIB modification in the OSPF process specified for routes matching the access-list specified. NetSocket. The no form of thiscommand turns off the debugging (default). Inc. access-list-id Mode Privileged EXEC debug mpls traffic-eng path Displays debug information about MPLS traffic engineering path calculations. range is 1 to 65535 Standard IP access list defining which networks are to be permitted and whichare to be denied in routing updates. The no form of this command turns off the debugging. . Syntax debug ip ospf rib-modify [instance-id] [access-list-id] no debug ip ospf rib-modify [instance-id] [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter instance-id Description ID of the OSPF process on this router for which debug information is beingdisplayed.Proprietary and Confidential 5-75 .CLI Command Definitions hello Displays information about each OSPF Hello (discover/maintain neighbors) packet received lsr Displays information about each OSPF Link State Request (database download) packet received lsu Displays information about each OSPF Link State Update (database update) packet received.

Display information for path lookups. NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-76 . Display information for path verifications. Inc. .CLI Command Definitions Syntax debug mpls traffic-eng path {num | lookup | spf | verify} no debug mpls traffic-eng path [num | lookup | spf | verify] Parameters Parameter num lookup spf verify Mode Privileged EXEC Description Local tunnel number. Display information for shortest path first (SFP) calculations. in 32-bit integer format object name in string format Description debug topology Enables the logging of TM-RM. Syntax debug sm command <command-string>[oid <obj-id>] [parameter <string>] debug sm show-object <obj-name-string>[oid <obj-id>] [parameter <string>] debug sm show-summary [<string>] Parameters Parameter <command-string> <obj-id> <obj-name-string> Mode EXEC SM command string object ID. range is 0 to 65535. debug sm This is grouped command of three different debugging commands to display information from SM module. TM-IRPM messages and information for next hop.

as-number Mode Global Configuration define community Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the community number specified. define as Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the as-number specified. Syntax define as symbol-name as-number no define as symbol-name [as-number] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the as-number.Proprietary and Confidential 5-77 . The noform of this command deletes the symbol. Inc. Syntax define community symbol-name community-number NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions Syntax debug topology {message | next-hop} no debug topology {message | next-hop} Mode EXEC Guidelines The “debug topology message” command turns on the feature. while the “debug topology next-hop” command turns on the feature. Autonomous system number for which the symbol is being created.The no form of this command deletes the symbol. which logs TM-RM and TMIRPMmessages. . which logs theinformation of the next hop.

the well known DSCP symbolic names are: NetSocket. Inc.CLI Command Definitions no define community symbol-name [community-number] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the as-number.Proprietary and Confidential 5-78 . . Syntax define dscp symbol-name ip-dscp-number no define dscp symbol-name [ip-dscp-number] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20 characters representing the ip-dscpnumber. Community number for which the symbol is being created.The no form of this command deletes the symbol. community-number Mode Global Configuration define dscp Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the IP DSCP number(s) specified.

The no form of this command deletes the symbol. Syntax define icmp-code symbol-name icmp-code-number [subcode icmp-subcode-number] no define icmp-code symbol-name [icmp-code-number] [subcode icmp-subcode-number] NetSocket. af33 — Representing dscp 30 (binary 011110). af23 — Representing dscp 22 (binary 010110). af21 — Representing dscp 18 (binary 010010). default — Representing dscp 0 (binary 000000). ip-dscp-number IP DSCP number for which the symbol is being created. af41 — Representing dscp 34 (binary 100010). Mode Global Configuration Guidelines It is recommended that groups of up to eight IP DSCP numbers (whose upper three bits are thesame) representing the same class should be entered separated by white-spaces. ef — Representing dscp 46 (binary 101110). theICMP subcode specified. af22 — Representing dscp 20 (binary 010100). Inc. range is 0 to 63. af31 — Representing dscp 26 (binary 011010).Proprietary and Confidential 5-79 . af13 — Representing dscp 14 (binary 001110). . cs4 — Representing dscp 32 (binary 100000). af12 — Representing dscp 12 (binary 001100).CLI Command Definitions af11 — Representing dscp 10 (binary 001010). cs2 — Representing dscp 16 (binary 010000). cs3 — Representing dscp 24 (binary 011000). optionally. cs6 — Representing dscp 48 (binary 110000). af42 — Representing dscp 36 (binary 100100). cs7 — Representing dscp 56 (binary 111000). define icmp-code Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the ICMP code and. af43 — Representing dscp 38 (binary 100110). cs5 — Representing dscp 40 (binary 101000). af32 — Representing dscp 28 (binary 011100). cs1 — Representing dscp 8 (binary 001000).

rangeis 0 to 255.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the icmp-codenumber and icmp-subcode-number (if specified). range is 0 to255. Inc.The no form of this command deletes the symbol. ICPM subcode number for which the symbol is being created. Syntax define icmp-type symbol-name icmp-type-number no define icmp-type symbol-name [icmp-type-number] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the icmp-typenumber. The NetSocket. icmp-code-number icmp-subcode-number Mode Global Configuration define icmp-type Creates a symbol that can be used on the router to represent the ICMP message type specified. icmp-type-number Mode Global Configuration define igmp-type Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the IGMP protocol specified. . ICPM code number for which the symbol is being created. ICMP message type number for which the symbol is being created.Proprietary and Confidential 5-80 . range is0 to 255.

igmp-protocol-number Mode Global Configuration define ip-precedence Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the IP precedence number(s) specified. range is 0 to 7 ip-precedence-number Mode Global Configuration NetSocket. IGMP protocol number for which the symbol is being created. . range is0 to 15. Syntax define igmp-type symbol-name igmp-protocol-number no define igmp-type symbol-name [igmp-protocol-number] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the igmpprotocol-number. Inc. Numerical value representing the IP precedence bits for which thesymbol is being created.Proprietary and Confidential 5-81 . Syntax define ip-precedence symbol-name ip-precedence-number no define ip-precedence symbol-name [ip-precedence-number] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the ipprecedence-number. The no form of this command deletes the symbol.CLI Command Definitions noform of this command deletes the symbol.

ipv6-protocol-number NetSocket. IP protocol number for which the symbol is being created. . ip-protocol-number Mode Global Configuration define ipv6-protocol Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the IPv6 protocol specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-82 . Inc. range is 0to 255.CLI Command Definitions define ip-protocol Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the IP protocol specified. Syntax define ip-protocol symbol-name ip-protocol-number no define ip-protocol symbol-name [ip-protocol-number] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the ip-protocolnumber. range is 0 to255. The noform of this command deletes the symbol. The noform of this command deletes the symbol. Syntax define ipv6-protocol symbol-name ipv6-protocol-number no define ipv6-protocol symbol-name [ipv6-protocol-number] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the ip-protocolnumber. IPv6 protocol number for which the symbol is being created.

Syntax define mpls-experimental symbol-name mpls-exp-number no define mpls-experimental symbol-name [mpls-exp-number] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the mpls-expnumber. NetSocket. The no form of this command deletes the symbol. Syntax define tcp-port symbol-name tcp-port no define tcp-port symbol-name [tcp-port] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the tcp-port. . mpls-exp-number Mode Global Configuration define tcp-port Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the TCP port specified. range is 0 to 7. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-83 . Numerical value representing the MPLS experimental bits for which thesymbol is being created.CLI Command Definitions Mode Global Configuration define mpls-experimental Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the MPLS experimental number(s)specified. The no formof this command deletes the symbol.

Syntax define tos-code symbol-name ip-tos-number no define tos-code symbol-name [ip-tos-number] Parameters Parameter symbol-name Description Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20characters representing the ip-tosnumber. ip-tos-number Mode Global Configuration define udp-port Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the UDP port specified. ToS number for which the symbol is being created. The no form of this command deletes the symbol. Mode Global Configuration define tos-code Creates a symbol that can be used on the RCP to represent the Type of Service (ToS) code number(s) specified. . range is 0 to 15. The no formof this command deletes the symbol. define udp-port symbol-name udp-port no define udp-port symbol-name [udp-port] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. range is 0 to 65535.CLI Command Definitions tcp-port TCP port for which the symbol is being created.Proprietary and Confidential 5-84 . Inc.

Mode Global Configuration delete Deletes a file from a file directory. sets the conditions under which packets are denied. Description Name of the file as [device:][directory/]file. For a complete list of valid device arguments. The no form ofthis command removes a deny condition from the access-list through specification of a sequencenumber and/or matching deny clause.When this command is issued with the “startup-config” filename. udp-port UDP port for which the symbol is being created. referto the dir command documentation. Inc. range is 0 to 65535. all of the configuration lines inthe startup-config file are deleted except ‘end’. . Syntax delete filename Parameters Parameter filename Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines The device argument within a directory-name or filename specification refers to both physicaldevices and logical devices (directory areas). deny (extended) In an extended access-list. Syntax deny [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {protocol | ip} {source-ip-address source-wildmask | any |host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscpdscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments] NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions symbol-name Alphanumeric text string (that begins with an alphabetic character) of up to 20 characters representing the udp-port.Proprietary and Confidential 5-85 .

Access is denied for packets sent to this destination IP address host. or a well-known precedence name. Any IP protocol. rcp Specifies that this clause should allow an extended set of options only available on theRCP. Precedence level to be matched. Access is denied for packets originating from this source IP addresshost. range is 0 to 63. Access is denied for packets sent to this destination IPaddress and wildcard mask combination. or a well-known DSCP name.valid protocol numbers are 0 to 255 (RCP option only).Proprietary and Confidential 5-86 . valid entries are 0 to 7. therefore. or symbol-name as defined in define ipprotocol. Name or number of an internet protocol. by default. . protocol ip source-ip-address source-wildmask any host source-ip-address dest-ip-address dest-wildmask any host dest-ip-address dscp-value precedence-value NetSocket. Inc.CLI Command Definitions no deny {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {protocol | ip} {sourceipaddresssourc-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any |host dest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log |log-input} | fragments]} Parameters Parameter sequence-number Description Unique sequence number of the deny clause being added or deleted. this clause will not be applied on the line card. Access is denied for packets sent to any destination IP address. Access is denied for packets originating from this sourceIP address and wildcard mask combination. or symbol-name if defined in define ip-precedence. sequence numbers start at 10 and increment by 10 for each entry added to the end ofthe access-list. DSCP value to be matched. orsymbolname if defined in define dscp. Access is denied for packets originating from any source IP addresses.

sets the conditions under which packets are denied. ICMP subcode to be matched. range is 0 to 15. or a well-known ToS name (RCPoption only). . or symbol-name may beused if defined in define icmp-code. Syntax deny [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {1 | icmp} {source-ip-address source-wildmask | any | hostsource-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscp dscpvalue| precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | icmp-type[icmp-subcode]] no deny {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {1 | icmp} {source-ipaddresssource-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | hostdest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | loginput}| fragments | icmp-type [icmp-subcode]]} Parameters Parameter icmp-type Description ICMP name or code to be matched. range is 0 to 255.Proprietary and Confidential 5-87 . log log-input fragments Mode IP Extended Access-List Configuration deny (extended ICMP) In an ICMP extended access-list. range is 0 to 255.CLI Command Definitions tos-value Service level to be matched. Specifies that the input interface is to be included in the log. The noform of this command removes a deny condition from the access-list through specification of asequence number and/or matching deny clause. Specifies that packets in IP datagram fragments are to be matched (RCP option only). Specifies that information about matching packets will be sent to the console. icmp-subcode Mode IP Extended Access-List Configuration Guidelines NetSocket. Inc.

or symbolnameif defined in define tcp-port. sets the conditions under which packets are denied. . Specifies that port must be not equal to a value. TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). The no form of this command removes a deny condition from the access-list through specification of asequence number and/or matching deny clause. Decimal number or well-known name of the destination TCP port. Syntax deny [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {6 | tcp} {source-ip-address source-wildmask | any | hostsource-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-tcp-port | range source-tcp-port1 sourcetcpport2]{dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} desttcpport| range dest-tcp-port1 dest-tcp-port2] *[dscp dscp-value | precedence recedence-value |tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | ack | established | fin | psh | rst | syn | urg] no deny {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {6 | tcp} {source-ip-address source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-tcp-port | range source-tcp-port1 source-tcp-port2] {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host destipaddress}[{eq | gt | lt | neq} dest-tcp-port | range dest-tcp-port1 dest-tcp-port2] *[dscp dscpvalue| precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | ack |established | fin | psh | rst | syn | urg]} Parameters Parameter eq gt lt neq range source-tcp-port Description Specifies that port must be equal to a value. TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). Specifies that port must be less than a value. Decimal number or well-known name of the source TCP port. Specifies that port must be within a range of values. deny (extended TCP) In a TCP extended access-list. or symbolnameif defined in define tcp-port. Specifies that port must be greater than a value.Proprietary and Confidential 5-88 . TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). Inc. dest-tcp-port ack established fin NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions See the deny (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common between theIP access-list family of commands.

Specifies that port must be within a range of values. Specifies that port must be not equal to a value. NetSocket. The no form of this command removes a deny condition from the access-list through specification of asequence number and/or matching deny clause. . sets the conditions under which packets are denied. TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only) TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only).CLI Command Definitions psh rst syn urg Mode IP Extended Access-List Configuration Guidelines TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). Specifies that port must be less than a value. Syntax deny [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {17 | udp} {source-ip-address source-wildmask | any | hostsource-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-udp-port | range source-udp-port1 sourceudpport2]{dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} destudpport| range dest-udp-port1 dest-udp-port2] *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedencevalue| tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments] no deny {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {17 | udp} {source-ipaddresssource-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-udp-port | rangesource-udp-port1 source-udp-port2] {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host destipaddress}[{eq | gt | lt | neq} dest-udp-port | range dest-udp-port1 dest-udp-port2] *[dscp dscpvalue| precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments]} Parameters Parameter eq gt lt neq range Description Specifies that port must be equal to a value. TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). See the deny (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common between theIP access-list family of commands. Specifies that port must be greater than a value. Inc. deny (extended UDP) In a UDP extended access-list.Proprietary and Confidential 5-89 .

dest-udp-port Mode IP Extended Access-List Configuration Guidelines See the deny (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common between theIP access-list family of commands. therefore. Syntax deny [seq sequence-number] {protocol | ipv6} {source-ipv6-address/masklength | any | hostsource-ipv6-address} {dest-ipv6-address/masklength | any | host dest-ipv6-address} *[dscpdscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments] no deny {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] {protocol | ipv6} {source-ipv6address/masklength | any | host source-ipv6-address} {dest-ipv6-address/masklength | any |host dest-ipv6-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log| log-input} | fragments]} Parameters Parameter sequence-number Description Unique sequence number of the deny clause being added or deleted.Proprietary and Confidential 5-90 . or symbolnameif defined in define udp-port. Inc. bydefault. Decimal number or well-known name of the source UDP port. Specifies that this clause should allow an extended set of options only available on theRCP. sequence numbers start at 10 and increment by 10 for each entry added to the end ofthe access-list. rcp NetSocket. The no form of this command removes adeny condition from the access-list through specification of a sequence number and/or matchingdeny clause. . or symbolnameif defined in define udp-port. this clause will not be applied on the line card.CLI Command Definitions source-udp-port Decimal number or well-known name of the source UDP port. deny (IPv6) Sets the conditions under which packets are denied.

log log-input fragments Mode IPv6 Access-List Configuration NetSocket. or symbol-name if defined in define ipv6 precedence. range is 0 to 63. valid protocol numbers are 0 to 255 (RCP option only). Specifies that the input interface is to be included in the log. Specifies that packets in IPv6 datagram fragments are to be matched (RCP option only). or a well-known precedence name. Access is denied for packets sent to this destination IPv6 address and masklength combination. Inc.CLI Command Definitions protocol Name or number of an internet protocol. Access is denied for packets originating from any source IPv6 addresses. DSCP value to be matched. Specifies that information about matching packets will be sent to the console. ipv6 source-ipv6-address/masklength any host source-ipv6-address dest-ip-address/masklength any host dest-ipv6-address dscp-value Access is denied for packets sent to any destination IPv6 address.Proprietary and Confidential 5-91 . Precedence level to be matched. precedence-value tos-value Service level to be matched. Access is denied for packets originating from this source IPv6address host. valid entries are 0 to 7. Access is denied for packets originating from this sourceIPv6 address and masklength combination. range is 0 to 15. or symbol-name as defined in define ipv6protocol. . or a well-known ToS name (RCPoption only). or a well-known DSCP name. Access is denied for packets sent to this destination IPv6 addresshost. Any IPv6 protocol. orsymbolname if defined in define dscp.

Inc. sets the conditions under which packets are denied. The no form of this command un-assigns the descriptive string from an interface. Access is denied for this host IP address. 0.CLI Command Definitions deny (standard) In a standard access-list. sequence numbers start at 10 andincrement by 10 for each entry added to the end ofthe access-list. Syntax deny [seq sequence-number] {ip-address [wildmask] | any | host ip-address} [log] no deny {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] {ip-address [wildmask] | any | hostip-address} [log]} Parameters Parameter sequence-number Description Unique sequence number of the deny clause being added or deleted.0. bydefault. Specifies that information about matching packets will be sent to the console. ip-address [wildmask] any host ip-address log Mode IP Standard Access-List Configuration description (interface) Assigns a descriptive string to an interface.0.0 is assumed). Access is denied for all IP addresses.Proprietary and Confidential 5-92 . Access is denied for all addresses matching the IP address andwildcard mask combination (if wildcard mask is not specified. Syntax description string no description [string] Parameters NetSocket. The no form ofthis command removes a deny condition from the access-list through specification of a sequencenumber and/or matching deny clause. .

If no inputs are specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-93 . Tunnel) diff Compares two files and displays the differences. information on all files in the current file directory is displayed. Name of the second file as [device:][directory/]file Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines The device argument within a directory-name or filename specification refers to both physicaldevices and logical devices (directory areas). . Syntax diff filename1 filename2 Parameters Parameter filename1 filename2 Description Name of the first file as[device:][directory/]file. If the string contains a spacecharacter or is null.CLI Command Definitions Parameter string Description Alpha-numeric-symbolic characters of the description. or a single file in a file directory if a filename isspecified. NNET. For a complete list of valid device arguments. dir Displays information on all files in a file directory. Inc. Loopback. Null. referto the dir command documentation. maximum number of characters is 255. Mode Interface Configuration (Admin. Syntax NetSocket. the string must begin and end with aquotation-mark character (“). Em.

Description Name of the file directory as [device:]directory. The list of valid device arguments includes: • backup — Directory area for all backup files. and • trace — Directory area for all trace debug files. Syntax disable [level] Parameters Parameter level Mode User EXEC Description Privilege level. . Media should always be removed from the “cdrw” device by using the eject command. the default level is 1 (User EXEC Mode). Name of the file as [device:][directory/]file. disable (EXEC) Exits the Privileged EXEC Mode and/or enters into a lower privileged level. range is 0 to 15. • cdrw — Compact Disk physical storage device.Proprietary and Confidential 5-94 . • swdepot — Directory area for all software loads.CLI Command Definitions dir [directory-name | filename] Parameters Parameter directory-name filename Mode Privileged Exec Guidelines The device argument within a directory-name or filename specification refers to both physicaldevices and logical devices (directory areas). • mibs — Directory area for all MIBS (Managed Information Bases). Inc. distance (BGP) NetSocket. If the level is not specified.

Syntax distance administrative-distance ip-address wildmask [access-list-id] no distance administrative-distance ip-address wildmask [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter administrative-distance Description Administrative distance to be used. BGP peer’s source IP address and inverse mask (wildmask). default is 115. Access list to be applied to incoming route updates. The lower the number. NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-95 . Syntax distance ipv6-distance-value no distance [ipv6-distance-value] Parameters Parameter ipv6-distance-value Description Default administrative distance for IPv6 ISIS routes. range is 10 to 255. Inc. . The no form of this command returns the value to its default. the higherthe trust rating. ip-address wildmask access-list-id Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) distance (IPv6 ISIS) Sets the administrative distance for IS-IS IPv6 routes. valid entries are 1 to254. external BGP routes have an administrative distance of 20. The no form of this command sets the distance to its default value.CLI Command Definitions Specifies the External BGP administrative distance for routing policy.

Sets the administrative distance for routes matching this IP address andinverse mask (wildmask). Sets the administrative distance for routes permitted by this standard IP accesslist. range is 1 to 255. Syntax distance bgp distance-external distance-internal distance-local no distance bgp [distance-external distance-internal distance-local] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. Inc. and local BGP routes. The noform of this command returns the distance values to their defaults.CLI Command Definitions Mode Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) distance (OSPF) Sets the default administrative distance for OSPF routes or the routes specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-96 . access-list-id Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) distance bgp Specifies administrative distances to be used for external. Syntax distance default-distance-value [ip-address wildmask [access-list-id]] no distance [default-distance-value] [ip-address wildmask [access-list-id]] Parameters Parameter default-distance-value ip-address wildmask Description Default administrative distance for OSPF routes. internal. . The no form ofthis command removes the previously-set default administrative distance and causes the routerto use the default distance of 110 for OSPF routes.

Administrative distance for OSPF routes between areas. Administrative distance to be used for BGP internal routes. The no form of this command setsthe distance to the default of 110. default is 20. range is 1 to 255. range is 0 to 255.default is 200. inter-area distance-value intra-area distance-value Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) distribute-list in (BGP) NetSocket. Syntax distance ospf [external distance-value] [inter-area distance-value] [intra-area distance-value] no distance ospf [external distance-value] [inter-area distance-value] [intra-area distancevalue] Parameters Parameter external distance-value Description Administrative distance for external routes (learned throughredistribution into OSPF). range is 1 to255. range is 0to 255. Administrative distance to be used for BGP local routes. range is 0to 255. default is 200.Proprietary and Confidential 5-97 . . Inc. distance-internal distance-local Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) distance ospf Defines OSPF route administrative distances by route-type. Administrative distance for OSPF routes within this area. range is 1 to255.CLI Command Definitions distance-external Administrative distance to be used for BGP external routes.

. The no formof the command cancels the route filtering. prefix prefix-list-id gateway prefix-list-id Mode Router Configuration (BGP) dsr Data Success Ratio (DSR) is an aggregate percentage of data session attempts that are successful. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold per time interval. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Data Success Ratio. distribute-list {access-list-id | prefix prefix-list-id [gateway prefix-list-id] | gateway prefix-listid}in [interface-name] no distribute-list {access-list-id | prefix prefix-list-id [gateway prefix-list-id] | gateway prefixlist-id} in [interface-name] Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Standard IP access list defining which networks are to be permitted and whichare to be denied in routing updates. Inc. using the access or prefix list specified. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-98 . Syntax dsr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no dsr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter Description Type/Range Default NetSocket. Name of the prefix list being used to determine usable routes. regardless of set/clear threshold value. will disable the DSR alert for that time interval. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the DSR alert for all time intervals. Name of the prefix list being used to match the next hop.CLI Command Definitions Enables filtering of incoming route updates. The no form of the command with a single interval.

By default the system filters echo results based on the standard G. The talker-minimum-active-duration parameter defines the minimum amount of active speech required. 00 to 100 where 00 implies off. echo analysis cannot be performed accurately for that direction. alert will set.131 specification. The talkeractive-level parameter defines the range for this comparison. .CLI Command Definitions interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set clear set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. The echo result is expressed as an Echo Return Loss (ERL) and delay from the original source signal. the analysis may indicate echo when it is not perceptible to the human ear. in addition a tighter limit is applied to decrease the likelihood that NetSocket. The allowed-signal-level-difference parameter defines the boundary for this determination. When one direction has a significantly lower energy level than the other direction. The talker-active-ratio parameter determines the acceptable percentage. Value of ratio is greater than or equal to this value. If the Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) of the talker's stream is small. To accommodate breaks in speech. Inc. 00 to 100 None None None None 00 00 Mode Session thresholds configuration echo-analysis This command is used to customize the echo analysis performed by the SVA when it is enabled to perform analogue analysis. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. Echo analysis is performed by identifying periods of active speech and then searching for echo in the opposite direction during these active speech periods. Since echo is detected at a mathematical model. The talker-minimum-snr parameter specifies the criterion for making this determination. periods of active speech with intermediate pauses can be viewed as a continues talking period if the ratio of speech to silence is sufficiently high. Active speech is identified by first calculating the active signal level throughout the call sample as specified by the media-analysis command. Value of ratio is less than this value. it may not be possible to distinguish active speech from noise. alert will clear. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day.Proprietary and Confidential 5-99 . The duration of the active speech period must be long enough to perform the echo detection algorithm. Subintervals whose signal level is close to the sample's signal level is treated as active speech. The signal level is then calculated for subintervals of the call sample. Echo detection is performed from the perspective of the calling and the called party if streams in both directions have approximately the same energy level.

If the listener's SNR value is at least the minimum SNR configured and the active signal level is within range of the talker's signal level as indicated by the allowed-signal-leveldifference parameter. The echo-erl-delay-limit parameters allow this range check to be altered. the echo-level-limit parameter can be used to judge whether the echo signal level is audible. might indicate noise or double talk in the opposite direction is being detected as echo.Proprietary and Confidential 5-100 . In addition. The no form of the command regardless of parameters returns the settings to their system default. false echo may be detected. The percentage of time echo is detected during the subinterval is considered. the echo is reported as being ignored. Echo which is detected for only a small percentage of the subinterval. Syntax echo-analysis allowed-signal-level-difference <allowed-signal-level-difference> [talkeractive-level <talker-active-level>] [talker-minimum-snr <talker-minimum-snr>] [talkerminimum-active-duration <talker-minimum-active-duration>] [talker-active-ratio <talkeractive-ratio>] [echo-occurrence-ratio <echo-occurrence-ratio>] [echo-erl-delay-limit <erl> <delay>] [echo-level-limit <echo-level-limit>] [listener-active-level <listener-active-level>] [listener-minimum-snr <listener-minimum-snr>] no echo-analysis [allowed-signal-level-difference <allowed-signal-level-difference> [talkeractive-level <talker-active-level>] [talker-minimum-snr <talker-minimum-snr>] [talkerminimum-active-duration <talker-minimum-active-duration>] [talker-active-ratio <talkeractive-ratio>] [echo-occurrence-ratio <echo-occurrence-ratio>] [echo-erl-delay-limit <erl> <delay>] [echo-level-limit <echo-level-limit>] [listener-active-level <listener-active-level>] [listener-minimum-snr <listener-minimum-snr>]] Parameters Parameter Description Range Default NetSocket. Likewise increased background noise injected from the listener side might be interpreted as false echo. If this occurs during a period analyzed by the echo analysis algorithm. Inc. The listener-active-level and listener-minimum-snr can be configured to avoid periods of double talk. The echo-analysis configuration command provides for various ways of handling this. If this threshold is not met.CLI Command Definitions inaudible echo is reported as unacceptable. sub-periods with listener signal level considered to be active based on the listener-active-level range will be omitted for consideration as a talker active level subperiod. The net effect is that if both parties are interacting during an otherwise active period. Echo detection can be effected by double talk. This occurs when both parties are talking at the same time. then the period will be avoided due to double talk concerns. . The echo-occurrence-ratio parameter configures the minimum percentage of the subinterval that echo must be detected.

See erl parameter above for a description. unacceptable echo will be labeled as acceptable. The minimum SNR value required for the talker's direction to enable echo analysis to be performed. . the interval is not considered to contain active speech. If the echo ERL measured is greater than this value and the echo delay is greater than the delay parameter. The minimum active duration the talker must speak before analysis is performed. 0 to 1000 ms 0 to -100 dBov 0 disables this check. 40 delay echo-level-limit 96 -65 dBov NetSocket. and the difference is greater than this value. If the provisioned ratio is not met. the echo is classified as no echo. The ratio of active speech to silence that must be maintained while determining the active speech duration. -10 dBov talker-minimum-snr 20 to 60 dB 26 dB talker-minimum-activeduration talker-active-ratio 2-20 seconds 60 to 100 5 seconds 80 echo-occurrence-ratio 0 to 100 80 erl 0 to 100 dB 0 disables this check. The minimum percentage of time echo must be detected during an interval to be reported. If the measured signal level during the echo period is less than this value. If the sub second interval's signal level is smaller than the call's signal level for the talker. Inc.CLI Command Definitions allowed-signal-leveldifference The allowed signal level difference between the direction with the highest signal level and the other's direction signal level. 0 to 100 dB 4 dB talker-active-level -1 to -20 dBov 0 allow all values. If the difference is greater than this value. echo analysis will only performed for the direction with the highest signal level. the echo should be considered acceptable.Proprietary and Confidential 5-101 .

-1 to -20 dBov A value of 0 disables double talk detection.Proprietary and Confidential 5-102 . range is 0 to 15. Syntax eject cdrw Mode Privileged EXEC enable (EXEC) Exits the User EXEC Mode and/or enters into a higher privileged level. 20 to 60 dB -10 listener-minimum-snr 26 dB Mode Global Configure eject Ejects the compact disk from the compact disk drive. Inc. The minimum SNR value required for the listener's direction to enable echo analysis to be performed. the interval is considered to contain active speech. Syntax enable [level] Parameters Parameter level Mode User EXEC Description Privilege level. This interval will not be analyzed for echo to avoid the affects of double talk. and the difference is less than this value.CLI Command Definitions listener-active-level If the sub second interval's signal level is smaller than the call's signal level for the listener. If the level is not specified. the default level is 15 (Privileged EXEC Mode). . NetSocket.

range is 1 to 25 characters. embedded spaces and quotation marks are not allowed.Proprietary and Confidential 5-103 .CLI Command Definitions enable mib host-resources Enables the SNMP Host Resources MIB. Syntax enable password [level level] [encryption-type] password no enable password [level level] [[encryption-type] password] Parameters Parameter level Description Privilege level for which access is controlled by password. . Specifies whether the password that follows is encrypted. The no form of this command disables the SNMP Host Resources MIB (default). encryption-type password Mode Global Configuration NetSocket. The no form of this command removes a password from a specified privilege level. A value of 0 (default) indicates the following password is not encrypted. Syntax enable mib host-resources no enable mib host-resources Mode Global Configuration enable password Sets a password to control “enable” access to a specified privilege level. range is 1 to 15. 1 usually indicates the EXEC mode and 15 (default) usually indicates the Privileged EXEC Mode. and a value of 7 indicates the following password is encrypted. Inc. Alpha-numeric-symbolic characters of the password.

CLI Command Definitions

enable service
Enables a specified service application. The no form of this command disables a specified service application. Syntax enable service { {{ftp | telnet} [ipv4 | ipv6] [max-connections max-connections]} | ssh [version *{1 | 2}] } no enable service { {{ftp | telnet} [ipv4 | ipv6] [max-connections max-connections]} | ssh [version *{1 | 2}] }

Parameters Parameter ftp telnet ipv4 ipv6 max-connections ssh version 1 version 2 Mode Global Configuration Description Enable or disable (default) the ftp service Enable (default) or disable the telnet service Enables only IPv4 version of the specified service Enables only IPv6 version of the specified service Maximum connections per IP per minute Enable (default) or disable the secure shell service Version 1 of the SSH protocol Version 2 of the SSH protocol (default)

enable service email
This command will enable the outbound e-mail service. Some e-mail servers require a valid domain name before they will deliver e-mail. In this case the domain name must be supplied as part of enabling the service. If this parameter is supplied, the from address of the sender will be of the form hostname@domain-name. Where hostname is the hostname of the SVM. If the domain name is not set the from address will be of the form root@hostname. After the service has been enabled and users added via the send-alert configuration command a test e-mail can be sent using the send-alert exec command. The no form of this command disabled the e-mail service. Syntax enable service email [domain-name domain-name]

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no enable service email [domain-name domain-name] Parameters Parameter domain-name Description Domain name to use in the from ID of the e-mail. Default Not enabled

Mode Global Configure

enable service http
This command will enable the http service. The no form of this command disabled the http service. Syntax enable service http [ipv4] [ipv6] [max-connections <inetd-service-pm>] no enable service http [ipv4] [ipv6] [max-connections <inetd-service-pm>] Parameters Parameter < inetd-service-pm > Description Optional parameter indicating the maximum connections per IP per minute

Mode Global Configure

end
Performs an exit of configuration mode to the Privileged EXEC Mode. Syntax end Mode All configuration command modes

error
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Enables routing software error debug messages to be placed in the trace file. The no form of this command disables routing software error debug messages from being placed in the trace file (default). Syntax error no error Mode Traceoptions Configuration

exec-banner
Enables both the EXEC and message-of-the-day (MOTD) banners (default). The no form of this command disables both the banners. Syntax exec-banner no exec-banner Mode Line Configuration Guidelines The no exec-banner command disables the message-of-the-day (MOTD) banner regardless of the whether the motd-banner command has enabled it.

exec-timeout
Sets the EXEC command line interpreter timeout period. The no form of this command (or specifying 0 minutes and 0 seconds) disables the EXEC command line interpreter timeout function (default). Syntax exec-timeout minutes [seconds] no exec-timeout [minutes [seconds]] Parameters Parameter Description

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minutes seconds

Number of minutes, range is 0 to 65535. Additional number of seconds, range is 0 to 65535, default is 0.

Mode Line Configuration

execute
Executes a program group. Syntax execute program-group Parameters Parameter program-group Mode Protmon Configuration Description Name of program group.

exit-address-family
Performs an exit of the Address Family Configuration Mode and returns to the Router Configuration Mode. Syntax exit-address-family Mode Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast)

exit (config)
Performs an exit of a configuration mode and returns to the next highest hierarchal mode. Syntax exit

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Mode All configuration command modes

exit (EXEC)
Exits the EXEC mode and logs off the RCP. Syntax exit Mode User EXEC

exit-address-family (IPv4 BGP)
Performs an exit of the IPv4 Address Family Configuration Mode and returns to the Router Configuration Mode. Syntax exit-address-family Mode Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast)

export template timeout (flow aggregation cache)
Sets the amount of time in which exporting of template information from the Cflow cache to the flow collector expires. The no form of this command sets the Cflow cache timeout interval to the default value. Syntax export template timeout minutes no export template timeout [minutes] Parameters Parameter Description

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minutes

Specifies length time in minutes when exporting of information times out, range is 1 to 3600 minutes, default is 30.

Mode Flow Aggregation Cache Configuration Guidelines Version 9 Cflow records exported by a router have an associated template that is sent to the flow collector.

file-count
Sets the number of previous file versions to maintain for the trace file. The no form of this command sets the previous number of file versions to maintain to the default value. Syntax file-count files no file-count [files] Parameters Parameter files Description Number of previous file versions maintained, range is 2 to 10, default is 2.

Mode Traceoptions Configuration

file-size
Sets the maximum file size for a version of the trace file. The no form of this command sets the maximum file size to the default value. Syntax file-size bytes no file-size [bytes] Parameters

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Parameter bytes

Description Number of bytes, range is 10240 to 4294967295, default is 10485760.

Mode Traceoptions Configuration

find-as
Evaluates the specified source and destination IP addresses against the Routing Information Base (RIB) and determines, without actually routing the packet, the AS number from which a packet with these IP addresses would have come and the AS number to which the packet would be routed. Syntax find-as source-ip-address destination-ip-address Parameters Parameter source-ip-address destination-ip-address Description Source ip address as it would appear in an IP packet entering this router. Destination ip address as it would appear in an IP packet entering this router.

Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines If an address is resolved by an IGP route or an IBGP route, the AS number returned will be 0, indicating that the packet is either going to or coming from the AS to which this router belongs.

find-interface
Evaluates the specified source and destination IP addresses against the Routing Information Base (RIB) and determines the expected interface for ingress and egress for these addresses. Syntax find-interface source-ip-address destination-ip-address Parameters

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Parameter source-ip-address destination-ip-address

Description Source ip address as it would appear in an IP packet entering this router. Destination ip address as it would appear in an IP packet entering this router.

Mode Privileged EXEC

find-prefix
Evaluates the specified source and destination IP addresses against the Routing Information Base (RIB) and determines the prefixes from the RIB that would resolve these IP addresses Syntax find-prefix source-ip-address destination-ip-address Parameters Parameter source-ip-address destination-ip-address Description Source ip address as it would appear in an IP packet entering this router. Destination ip address as it would appear in an IP packet entering this router.

Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines If the prefix cannot be resolved, a route of 0.0.0.0/0 is returned.

fmosp
The calculation of the session's MOS percentage and the method for session categorization is described in the bmosp command. This command specifies the threshold for determining if the session has a Fair MOS percentage. This command also specifies the ratio of all fair sessions to all sessions with MOS scores calculated. If the calculated ratio is greater than the configured threshold, an alert will be generated. The command replaces the existing FMOS threshold and/or the settings for the intervals specified. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the FMOSP alert for all time intervals and returns the FMOS thresholds to their default value. The no form of the command with a single interval, regardless of set/clear threshold value, will disable the FMOSP alert for that time interval. The no form of the command with the FSMOS and/or FVMOS value will return the threshold to its default value.

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This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. Syntax fmosp {[fsmos <fsmos>] [fvmos <fvmos>] [interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no fmosp {[fsmos <fsmos>] [fvmos <fvmos>] [interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter fsmos Description Fair Speech MOS percentage threshold value. Fair Video MOS percentage threshold value. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. If the percentage of sessions with a fair MOS ratio is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. If the percentage of sessions with a fair MOS ratio is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. 0-99 Type/Range 0-100 80 Default

fvmos

40-100

80

interval1 interval2

None None

interval3 interval4 set

None None none

clear

0-99

none

Mode Session thresholds configuration

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Proprietary and Confidential 5-113 . The SVP can provide additional information by identifying session flows and data session bandwidth associated with a GANC. If the session is a monitor-path session. The no form of this command removes the GANC configuration for the GANC identified by the site-id. . This command puts CLI in ganc configuration mode which enables polling and session path identification configuration commands to be entered. Type y to continue or n to cancel this command. Type/Range String Default None Mode NetSocket. gmosp format Formats a blank compact disk. Inc. Syntax ganc <site-id> no ganc <site-id> Parameters Parameter site-id Description A network unique string for the GANC. this command will display a warning message along with a confirmation message. NOTE: If the no form of the command is given and there are active sessions identified with that GANC. ganc The GANC is a network element used in a UMA or Femtocell deployment that acts as a gateway to the Core Network.CLI Command Definitions Related Commands bmosp. it must be removed manually using the no monitor path command. Instead a periodic check is made waiting for the sessions to be removed. the ganc is not removed from the system. Syntax format cdrw Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines Because this command destroys all data on a compact disk. pmosp.

CLI Command Definitions Global configuration gmosp The calculation of the session's MOS percentage and the method for session categorization is described in the bmosp command. . If the percentage of sessions with a good MOS ratio is greater than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. Inc. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. Syntax gmosp { [interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no gmosp {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-114 . The no form of the command with a single interval. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. This command specifies the ratio of all good sessions to all sessions with MOS scores calculated. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the GMOSP alert for all time intervals. an alert will be generated. regardless of set/clear threshold value. If the percentage of sessions with a good MOS ratio is less than this value an alarm will be sent. If the calculated ratio is less than the provisioned ratio. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. will disable the GMOSP alert for that time interval. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. 0-100 Type/Range Default None None interval3 interval4 set None None none clear 0-100 none Mode NetSocket.

. pmosp. regardless of set/clear threshold value. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. Type/Range Default None None None None NetSocket. Syntax help Mode All command modes hisr Handover In Success Ratio (HISR) is a percentage of handover in attempts that are successful. Syntax hisr {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no hisr {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the HISR alert for all time intervals. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Handover In Success Ratio. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold per time interval.Proprietary and Confidential 5-115 . set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. Inc. will disable the HISR alert for that time interval.CLI Command Definitions Session thresholds configuration Related Commands bmosp. fmosp help Displays a brief overview of the help feature. The no form of the command with a single interval.

this command sets the number of lines in the history buffer. The no form of the command with a single interval. 00 to 100 where 00 implies off. alert will clear. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-116 . regardless of set/clear threshold value. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Handover Out Success Ratio. with the size keyword specified. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. The no history form of this command disables the command line history feature. 00 to 100 00 00 Mode Session thresholds configuration history Enables the command line history feature (default). will disable the HOSR alert for that time interval. range is 0 to 255.CLI Command Definitions set clear Value of ratio is less than this value. . Value of ratio is greater than or equal to this value. The no history size form of this command sets the number of lines in the history buffer to the default value. Syntax history [size buffer-size] no history [size [buffer-size]] Parameters Parameter buffer-size Description Number of lines in the history buffer. Syntax hosr {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set NetSocket. default is 10. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold per time interval. Mode Line Configuration hosr Handover Out Success Ratio (HOSR) is a percentage of handover out attempts that are successful. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the HOSR alert for all time intervals. alert will set. Alternatively.

NetSocket. Value of ratio is less than this value. 00 to 100 where 00 implies off. The no form of this command sets the hostname back to the default hostname value. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. alert will set. range is 1 to 63 alphanumeric or hyphen characters (the first or last character cannot be a hyphen).Proprietary and Confidential 5-117 . set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. . Inc. 00 to 100 Type/Range Default None None None None 00 00 Mode Session thresholds configuration hostname Sets a new value for the SVP hostname. alert will clear. Value of ratio is greater than or equal to this value. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day.CLI Command Definitions <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no hosr {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set clear Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. or if the hostname argument entered is one of the reserved default hostname values. This command will be denied if the hostname argument entered matches a hostname already set within another partition. Syntax hostname hostname no hostname [hostname] Parameters Parameter hostname Description Network unique name to be assigned to the SVP.

If it is not enabled. The minimum-duration parameter defines the minimum time in seconds a media session must NetSocket. HSRP is deployed at the access point to a network to provide redundancy to hosts connected via a layer 2 network. Inc. Syntax hsrp-mib [poll-multiple <poll-multiple>] no hsrp-mib [poll-multiple <poll-multiple>] Parameters Parameter poll-multiple Description Number of SNMP poll intervals between hsrp-mib polls. the SVP can accurately determine which router is receiving traffic from the hosts and performing the IP forwarding on behalf of the access network. HSRP collection will not be performed.Proprietary and Confidential 5-118 . the hsrp-mib will be polled every 180 seconds.g. Type/Range 1-10 1 Default Mode Topology map router configuration ignore-media-session In the beginning of a phone call. a caller may be directed to a voice recorder or may be temporarily connected to a default end point until the true end point is determined. . NOTE: This feature relies on snmp polling being configured for the router in question. E. To reflect the true user experience. if snmp-access poll interval is 90 seconds and this value is 2. HSRP is a Cisco proprietary variation of VRRP. By enabling this feature for the routers involved in the HSRP scheme. If the no form of this command is issued. This command allows the user to configure how these temporary media sessions are identified. Poll interval should be less than 5 minutes. the SVA must ignore this movement of the end points until the call is properly connected.CLI Command Definitions Mode Global Configuration hsrp-mib This command enables the SVP to gather information from the router's HSRP MIB. the system will not collect HSRP information from the router.

than all sessions with a duration equal to or larger than the minimum duration will be used for scoring. 30-120 0:disabled 0 install Installs a new software package on the system. If a media session is ignored. Syntax ignore-media-session minimum-duration <minimum-duration> [stabilized-duration <stabilized-duration>] no ignore-media-session [minimum-duration <minimum-duration> [stabilized-duration <stabilized-duration>]] Parameters Parameter minimum-duration Description Minimum duration required for a media session to be used for scoring. If this parameter is configured with a non-zero value and a media session persists for at least as long as this duration. The stabilized-duration parameter defines the media-session duration that defines when the end point shuffling can be considered over. Stabilized-duration defines the minimum duration expected of a media session when the call end point shuffling is over.Proprietary and Confidential 5-119 . The no form of this command regardless of parameters sets the values back to their default value. The no form of this command uninstalls a software package on the system. all previous sessions are ignored. Syntax install package-name [subpackage-name] [partition {admin | all | hostname | partitionnumber}] {active | peer | self | standby} no install package-name [subpackage-name] [partition {admin | all | hostname | partitionnumber}] {active | peer | self | standby} Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket.. Range 0-30 Default 2 stabilized-duration 0.CLI Command Definitions be active before it used to effect the call's MOS scoring. it is still saved in the session detail output but the score of the session is not factored into the MOS score of the call. Inc. If no stabilized session duration occurs. .

range is 1 to 63 alphanumeric or hyphen characters (the first or last character cannot be a hyphen). Installs software on self RCP. subinterface] | pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnelnumber}. Hostname of a router partition. Installs software on peer RCP. Mode Traceoptions Configuration NetSocket. The no form of this command disables debug messages of specified interface names (or all names if none specified) from being placed in the trace file (default).... Installs software on the active RCP.CLI Command Definitions package-name subpackage-name partition hostname Name of the software package to be installed.. Install partition-specific software only within specified partitions. interface Enables debug messages of specified interface names (or all names if none specified) to be placed in the trace file.Proprietary and Confidential 5-120 . partition-number active peer self standby Mode Privileged EXEC Router partition number. range is 0 to 5. Name of the subpackage within the software package to be installed. Inc. Installs software on the standby RCP. Syntax interface [interface-name]. . no interface [interface-name]. Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | null 0 | port-chan channelnumber[.

Inc. . NetSocket. Syntax interface loopback loopback-number no interface loopback loopback-number Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Loopback 0 is required for proper system operation.CLI Command Definitions interface admin Enters into the Interface Configuration Mode to configure a specified Admin interface. and therefore cannot be deleted. The no form of this command deletes a Loopback interface. Syntax interface admin 0 Mode Global Configuration interface loopback Creates a Loopback interface and enters into the Interface Configuration Mode. Syntax interface nnet rcp-number Mode Global Configuration interface null Enters into the Interface Configuration Mode to configure a specified Null interface. interface nnet Enters into the Interface Configuration Mode to configure a specified NNET interface.Proprietary and Confidential 5-121 .

CLI Command Definitions Syntax interface null 0 Mode Global Configuration interface tunnel Enters into the Interface Configuration Mode to configure a specified tunnel interface. Syntax internal no internal Mode Traceoptions Configuration interval-start-time Session thresholds can be set for different times of the day so that the sensitivity to network issues can account for peak usage times. NetSocket. If the time interval is not defined for the session alerts. The command specifies the complete set of intervals to be used and replaces any previous setting. afternoon usage and late night usage periods. The end-time of a period is the start-time of the next period. The no form of this command disables software-internal debug messages from being placed in the trace file (default). Currently only GRE interfaces are supported for transport of IP. This model allows for morning peak usage. mid-day usage. This command specifies the start-time for up to 4 times of the day. Inc. The no form of the command will delete all time intervals regardless of what intervals are specified. Syntax interface tunnel number Mode Global Configuration internal Enables software-internal debug messages to be placed in the trace file. then no alerts will be generated regardless of whether the alert threshold for that interval is defined. . thus disabling session alert generation.Proprietary and Confidential 5-122 .

Syntax ip-address {access-list-id}. Hour of the day for third time interval. based on specified access-lists (or all access-lists if none specified). Syntax interval-start-time {[time1 <hh>] | [time1 <hh time2 <hh>] | [time1 <hh time2 <hh> time3 <hh>] | [time1 <hh time2 <hh> time3 <hh> time4 <hh>]} no interval-start-time [[time1 <hh>] | [time1 <hh time2 <hh>] | [time1 <hh time2 <hh> time3 <hh>] | [time1 <hh time2 <hh> time3 <hh> time4 <hh]] Parameters Parameter time1 time2 time3 time4 Description Hour of the day for first time interval. The time intervals are validated to ensure there are no overlaps among the periods. Type/Range Decimal 00 to 23 Decimal 00 to 23. The no form of this command disables debug messages of prefix or IP address information. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-123 .. from being placed in the trace file (default). Hour of the day for fourth time interval.. Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. Inc. Decimal 00 to 23. Default None None None None Mode Session thresholds configuration ip-address Enables debug messages of prefix or IP address information. The time interval must be defined in order for the configured set/clear thresholds to take effect.. to be placed in the trace file.CLI Command Definitions This command defines the start hour for the different times of day that that session thresholds will follow.. based on specified access-lists. Decimal 00 to 23. Hour of the day for second time interval. no ip-address [access-list-id].

.Proprietary and Confidential 5-124 . from being placed in the trace file (default). ip access-group (global) Enables the SVP to conditionally process packets on all interfaces that have inheriting of a global access-list enabled and do not have a per-interface access-list specified.. to be placed in the trace file. based on a specified global access-list. ip-address prefix-list Enables debug messages of prefix or IP address information. When an rcp-receive access-list is being applied by the SVP (through the ip receive access-list NetSocket. The no ip access-group form of this command removes the specification of a global access-list. Mode Traceoptions Configuration Guidelines The ip-address and ip-address prefix-list commands are mutually exclusive. Parameters Parameter prefix-list-id Description Alphanumeric name string identifier of an prefix-list. no ip-address prefix-list [prefix-list-id]. Inc. based on specified prefix-lists.. Syntax ip-address prefix-list {prefix-list-id}. based on specified prefix-lists (or all prefix-lists if none specified).CLI Command Definitions access-list-id Alphanumeric name string identifier of an access-list. they cannot be selected as trace options for the same trace file.. Mode Traceoptions Configuration Guidelines The ip-address and ip-address prefix-list commands are mutually exclusive. they cannot be selected as trace options for the same trace file.. The no form of this command disables debug messages of prefix or IP address information.

or based on an inherited global access-list when a per-interface access-list is not specified (default). if enabled). the rcp-receive access-list is then searched. Syntax ip access-group access-list-id {in | out} no ip access-group [access-list-id] {in | out} Parameters Parameter access-list-id in out Description Alphanumeric name string of the access-list. the rcp-receive access-list is then searched. Applies the specified access-list to packets exiting the interface (applied by SVP only). Mode Global Configuration ip access-group (interface) Enables the SVP to conditionally process packets on an interface based on a specified perinterface access-list. Syntax ip access-group {access-list-id {in | out} | inherit-acl} no ip access-group {[access-list-id] {in | out} | inherit-acl} NetSocket. The no ip access-group inherit-acl form of this command disables inheriting of a global accesslist. If a permit or deny match is not found within the global access-list. Applies the specified access-list to packets entering the interface (applied by line card and SVP). the global access-list is processed first. Inc.CLI Command Definitions command) and a global “in” access-list is also being applied by the SVP (through the global ip access-group command). an implicit deny is performed. If a permit or deny match is not found within the rcp-receive access-list. When an rcp-receive access-list is being applied by the SVP (using the ip receive accesslist command) and a per-interface “in” access-list is also being applied by the SVP (using the interface ip access-group command). the per-interface accesslist is processed first. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-125 . If a permit or deny match is not found within the per-interface access-list. The special string “inherit-acl” is a keyword of this command and should not be used as the name of an access list identifier. an implicit deny is performed. If a permit or deny match is not found within the rcp-receive access-list. The no ip access-group form of this command removes the specification of a per-interface access-list (allowing inheriting of a global access-list.

NNET. Applies the specified access-list to packets exiting the interface (applied by SVP only). Loopback. EM) Subinterface Configuration (EM) ip access-list Creates a standard or extended access-list and enters into an Access-List Configuration Mode. Alphanumeric name string (40 characters maximum) of the access-list being defined. or removes a clause from the access-list through specification of a sequence number. Applies the specified access-list to packets entering the interface (applied by line card and SVP). Syntax ip access-list {standard | extended} access-list-id no ip access-list {standard | extended} access-list-id [seq sequence-number] Parameters Parameter standard extended access-list-id sequence-number Description Standard access-list.Proprietary and Confidential 5-126 . Extended access-list. the deny and permit commands used must be standard. Mode Global Configuration NetSocket. The no form of this command deletes an access-list. Sequence number of the clause being removed from the access-list. Null. Enables inheriting of a global access-list when a perinterface access-list is not specified. Inc. the deny and permit commands used may be extended. Mode Interface Configuration (Admin. . Tunnel.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter access-list-id in out inherit-acl Description Alphanumeric name string of the access-list.

Syntax ip access-list sequence-enable no ip access-list sequence-enable Mode Global Configuration ip address Assigns an IP address to an interface. however. loopback. em. There is no limit (except router memory) to the number of secondary IP addresses that can be assigned to an interface. Inc. The no form of this command disables the display of sequence numbers when showing access-lists (default).CLI Command Definitions ip access-list sequence-enable Enables the display of sequence numbers when showing access-lists. only one primary IP address can be assigned. xyxs) Subinterface Configuration (em) Description IP address and network mask of the interface IP address and mask length of the interface Indicates an assignment of a secondary IP address to the interface. tunnel. . Password for the user. Syntax ip address {ip-address netmask | ip-address/mask-length} [secondary] no ip address [{ip-address netmask | ip-address/mask-length} [secondary]] Parameters Parameter ip-address netmask ip-address/mask-length secondary username <username> password <password> Mode Interface Configuration (admin. The no form of this command un-assigns an IP address to an interface.Proprietary and Confidential 5-127 . The no form of this command NetSocket. Name of the user for user name password authentication. nnet. ip as-path access-list Creates or modifies an as-path access list to be used by BGP.

or remark clause being added to (or deleted from) the as-path access list. sequence-number deny permit as-path-regular-expression Mode Global Configuration ip as-path access-list display-as-symbols Enables the RCP to show autonomous system symbols (as configured in the define as command). sequence numbers start at 10 and increment by 10 for each entry added to the end of the as-path access list. Regular expression of the autonomous system path to match. Permits access for matching AS-paths. The no form of this command enables the RCP to display AS numbers when showing as-path access-lists. by default.CLI Command Definitions deletes the as-path access-list (if no sequence number is specified) or the as-path access-list clause specified by the sequence number. Syntax ip as-path access-list display-as-symbols no ip as-path access-list display-as-symbols Mode Global Configuration NetSocket. Unique sequence number of the deny.Proprietary and Confidential 5-128 . . when showing as-path access-lists (default). rather than AS numbers. Syntax ip as-path access-list as-path-access-list-id [seq sequence-number] {deny | permit} aspathregular. Inc. Denies access for matching AS-paths.regular-expression] Parameters Parameter as-path-access-list-id Description Alphanumeric string (40 characters maximum) identifying the as-path access list being created or modified. permit.expression no ip as-path access-list as-path-access-list-id [seq sequence-number] [{deny | permit} aspath.

255 NetSocket.255. . each consisting of 2 bytes) (default).CLI Command Definitions ip as-path access-list sequence-enable Enables the display of sequence numbers when showing as-path access-lists.0. The no form of this command sets the broadcast address to the default value. Syntax ip as-path access-list sequence-enable no ip as-path access-list sequence-enable Mode Global Configuration ip bgp-community new-format Displays BGP communities in the format AA:NN (AS-Number:Community Number.255. The no form of this command sets the BGP community format to NN:AA (Community Number:AS-Number).0 or 255.0. Inc.255. The no form of this command disables the display of sequence numbers when showing as-path access-lists (default). default is 255. Syntax ip bgp-community new-format no ip bgp-community new-format Mode Global Configuration ip broadcast-address Sets the broadcast address for an interface.255.Proprietary and Confidential 5-129 . values are 0. Syntax ip broadcast-address ip-address no ip broadcast-address [ip-address] Parameters Parameter ip-address Description Broadcast IP address of the interface.255.

NNET.} no ip community-list community-list-id [seq sequence-number] [{permit | deny} {{internet | no-export | local-as | no-advertise} | {community-number}.. The no form of this command deletes the community-list (if no sequence number is specified) or the community-list clause specified by the sequence number. Alphanumeric string identifying the community-list. Syntax ip community-list [standard | expanded] community-list-id [seq sequence-number] {permit | deny} {{internet | no-export | local-as | no-advertise} | {community-number}. which can be named by a string. .. Expanded community list.}] Parameters Parameter standard expanded Description Standard community list. Port-chan) Subinterface Configuration (Port-chan) ip classless Enables classless interdomain routing (default).. Inc. which can contain regular expressions (default if neither standard nor expanded is entered).CLI Command Definitions Mode Interface Configuration (Admin..Proprietary and Confidential 5-130 . Syntax ip classless Mode Global Configuration ip community-list Creates or modifies a BGP community list and controls access to that list. community-list-id NetSocket.

Permits access for matching communities. do not advertise this route to an external system. Community number configured by a set community command. where n and m are integers in the range 0-65535. . sequence numbers start at 10 and increment by 10 for each entry added to the end of the community list. Denies access for matching communities. Inc. not the symbols.CLI Command Definitions sequence-number Unique sequence number of the deny. permit. specify a single number or multiple numbers separated by a space. • number in the format n:m. this can be any of the following: • number from 1 to 4294967295. Do not advertise this route to any peer (internal or external). rather than community numbers. Routes with this community are sent to peers in other sub-autonomous systems within a confederation — Do not advertise this route to an EBGP peer — External systems are those outside the confederation — If there is no confederation. • community symbol as defined with the define community command. or remark clause being added to (or deleted from) the community list. an external system is any EBGP peer. The no form of this command enables the RCP to display community numbers. Internet community.Proprietary and Confidential 5-131 . by default. NetSocket. Send this route to peers in other subautonomous systems within the local confederation. permit deny internet no-export local-as no-advertise community-number Mode Global Configuration ip community-list display-community-symbols Enables the RCP to show community symbols (as configured in the define community command). when showing community-lists. when showing community-lists (default). specify a single symbol or multiple symbols separated by a space.

The no form of this command removes the default network.CLI Command Definitions Syntax ip community-list display-community-symbols no ip community-list display-community-symbols Mode Global Configuration ip community-list sequence-enable Enables the display of sequence numbers when showing community-lists. Syntax ip community-list sequence-enable no ip community-list sequence-enable Mode Global Configuration ip default-network Sets which route will be used as the default network for unknown addresses. The no form of this command disables the display of sequence numbers when showing community-lists (default). or C IP address.Proprietary and Confidential 5-132 . B. Inc. Syntax ip default-network ip-address no ip default-network ip-address Parameters Parameter ip-address Mode Global Configuration Description Any valid class A. . NetSocket.

.CLI Command Definitions ip domain-list Sets one or more domain names to be appended to the domain search list. Syntax ip domain-list {domain}. Parameters Parameter domain Description Domain name to be appended or removed from the domain search list.. Mode Global Configuration Guidelines This command appends domain name entries to an internal list. no ip domain-list [domain]. The no form of this command disables DNS lookup. The total number of characters in all entries combined cannot exceed 200..Proprietary and Confidential 5-133 . Inc. ip domain-lookup Enables Domain Name System (DNS) lookup for name/address translation (default). The no form of this command removes one or more domain names from the domain search list. Syntax ip domain-lookup no ip domain-lookup Mode Global Configuration ip domain-name NetSocket... up to five alpha-numeric-symbolic domain name entries are allowed separated by spaces. This command is denied if the internal list would exceed a maximum of 5 entries. or if the total number of domain name characters in all entries would exceed 200.

Syntax ip extcommunity-list [standard] ext-community-list-id [seq sequence-number] {permit | deny} *{rt {as-number:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | soo {as-number:32-bit-value | ipaddress: 16-bit-value} | lbw {as-number:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | opaque 32-bit integer:32-bit-integer} no ip extcommunity-list [standard] ext-community-list-id [seq sequence-number] {permit | deny} *{rt {as-number:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | soo {as-number:32-bit-value | ipaddress: 16-bit-value} | lbw {as-number:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | opaque 32-bit integer:32-bit-integer} Parameters Parameter standard Description Standard extended community list. range is 1 to 200 alpha-numeric-symbolic characters. ip extcommunity-list Creates or modifies a BGP extended community list and controls access to that list. which can be named by a string. Inc. and cannot contain regular expressions. NetSocket. The no form of this command deletes the extended community-list (if no sequence number is specified) or the extended community-list clause specified by the sequence number. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-134 . The no form of this command removes the default domain name. Syntax ip domain-name domain no ip domain-name [domain] Parameters Parameter domain Description Default domain name. Mode Global Configuration Guidelines The default domain name specified by this command will be ignored if one or more default domain names exist within the domain list.CLI Command Definitions Sets the default domain name for an unqualified host name.

Matches routes with this extended community type and value (a raw 64-bit extended community value).Proprietary and Confidential 5-135 . Permits access for matching extended communities. permit.CLI Command Definitions ext-community-list-id sequence-number Alphanumeric string identifying the extended community-list. permit deny rt as-number:32-bit-value rt ip-address:16-bit-value soo as-number:32-bit-value lbw as-number:32-bit-value lbw ip-address:16-bit-value opaque 32-bit integer:32-bit-integer Mode Global Configuration ip extcommunity-list sequence-enable Enables the display of sequence numbers when showing extended community-lists. The no form of this command disables the display of sequence numbers when showing extended communitylists (default). Denies access for matching extended communities. sequence numbers start at 10 and increment by 10 for each entry added to the end of the extended community list. Matches routes with this Route Target (rt) extended community attribute value. Syntax ip extcommunity-list sequence-enable no ip extcommunity-list sequence-enable Mode Global Configuration NetSocket. or remark clause being added to (or deleted from) the extended community list. . Matches routes with this Route Target (rt) extended community attribute value. Matches routes with this Link Bandwidth (lbw) extended community attribute value. Inc. Matches routes with this Link Bandwidth (lbw) extended community attribute value. Unique sequence number of the deny. Matches routes with this soo (site-of-origin) extended community attribute value. by default.

CLI Command Definitions ip forwarding By default packets received are not forwarded. . embedded spaces and quotation marks are not allowed. Forwarding should only be enabled in rare instances such as when NAT is enabled. The no form of this command removes an FTP password. and a value of 7 indicates the following password is encrypted. Alpha-numeric-symbolic characters of the password. Syntax ip forwarding no ip forwarding Mode Global Configuration ip ftp password Sets a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) password. Inc. password Mode Global Configuration ip ftp source-interface Sets the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) connection source address to that of the specified NetSocket. a value of 0 (default) indicates the following password is not encrypted.Proprietary and Confidential 5-136 . Syntax ip ftp password [encryption-type] password no ip ftp password [[encryption-type] password] Parameters Parameter encryption-type Description Specifies whether the password that follows is encrypted. range is 1 to 25 characters.

Mode Global Configuration ip ftp username Sets a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) username. Mode Global Configuration ip host Assigns a host name to an IP address or multiple IP addresses.Proprietary and Confidential 5-137 . . range is 1 to 25 characters.CLI Command Definitions interface. embedded spaces and quotation marks are not allowed. Syntax ip ftp username username no ip ftp username [username] Parameters Parameter username Description Alpha-numeric-symbolic characters of the username.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. The no form of this command removes an FTP username. Inc. Syntax ip ftp source-interface interface-name no ip ftp source-interface [interface-name] Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chan channelnumber[. The no form of this command NetSocket. The no form of this command sets the FTP connection source address to the default interface value.

Null. NNET. Loopback. . Syntax ip host host {ip-address}. Syntax ip name-server {ip-address | ipv6-address}. NetSocket. This command is denied if the internal list would exceed a maximum of 8 entries. Syntax ip mask-reply no ip mask-reply Mode Interface Configuration (Admin.. Tunnel) ip name-server Sets one or more Domain Name System (DNS) server IP addresses.. The no form of this command disables sending ICMP Mask Reply messages (default). Inc.. IP address to be assigned to the host name.. no ip name-server [ip-address]. Em... ip mask-reply Enables sending ICMP Mask Reply messages.. Description Name of the host device to assign IP address(es).Proprietary and Confidential 5-138 . Parameters Parameter host ip-address Mode Global Configuration Guidelines This command adds IP address entries to an internal list. The no form of this command removes one or more DNS server IP addresses.. no ip host host [ip-address].CLI Command Definitions unassigns an IP address or multiple IP addresses from a host name.

This command is denied if the internal list would exceed a maximum of 3 entries. the server determined to be “nearest” (based on response times) is used. . The reverse mapping is performed for packets transmitted via the interface. NOTE: As specific packet flows are detected.Proprietary and Confidential 5-139 . NAT rules are specified for the interface receiving packets from the public address space and translated to the private address space. When the no form of the command is given. Syntax ip nat interface <interface> { public-ip <public-ipv4-addr> private-ip <private-ipv4-addr> | public-ip-port <public-ipv4-addr> <public-port> private-ip-port <private-ipv4-addr> <privateport> } no ip nat [interface <interface> [ public-ip <public-ipv4-addr> private-ip <private-ipv4-addr> | public-ip-port <public-ipv4-addr> <public-port> private-ip-port <private-ipv4-addr> <privateport> ] ] Parameters NetSocket. the flow specific rule is not deleted. The terms private and public are used in the command definition as a convenience for frame of reference. IPv6 address of a DNS server ip nat This command configures IP address translation and port address translation rules to be applied to an interface. the system allocates specific NAT entries for each flow to expedite forwarding. Inc.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter ip name-server ipv6-address Mode Global Configuration Guidelines This command adds IP address entries to an internal list. This allows for the smallest disruption in packet flow when rules are being redefined. Description IPv4 address of a DNS server. The rule is deleted when the packet flow is no longer being received. Packets received or sent on the configured interface with the IP address or IP address port specified. No checking is done if the addresses are actually private or public. are modified according to the mapping defined. When multiple name servers are specified. The no form of this command removes one or more address translation rules.

IPv4 address transmitted on the interface that will be mapped to the public-ipv4-address. Simple password to be used by neighboring routers.address upon reception. password NetSocket. Port number which replaces the public-port in received packets. IPv4 address which replaces the privateipv4-address when packet is transmitted on the interface. Syntax ip ospf authentication-key [encryption-type] password no ip ospf authentication-key [encryption-type] [password] Parameters Parameter encryption-type Description Number specifying the type of password encryption to use when storing and displaying the password. IPv4 address which replaces the publicipv4. private-ipv4-addr public-port private-port Mode Global Configuration ip ospf authentication-key Sets the simple password to be used for this interface by neighboring routers. . Port number in packets received on the interface that is mapped to private-port.CLI Command Definitions Parameter public-ipv4-addr Description IPv4 address received on the interface that will be mapped to private IPv4 address. a continuous string of characters. Port number which replaces private-port when packets are transmitted on interface. Port number which is replaced by the public-port when packets are transmitted. up to 8 bytes long. default is 0 (no encryption). Inc. The no form of this command removes the password.Proprietary and Confidential 5-140 . range is 0 to 7.

Tunnel) Guidelines If the command password-encryption has been enabled. Syntax ip ospf authentication [null | message-digest] no ip ospf authentication [null | message-digest] Parameters Parameter null message-digest Description No authentication will be used on the interface. Em. Em. all passwords are encrypted for storage and display.CLI Command Definitions Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. . ip ospf authentication Sets the OSPF authentication to the specified type (or simple authentication if none specified). Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. Syntax ip ospf cost cost no ip ospf cost [cost] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. MD5 authentication will be used on the interface. Tunnel) ip ospf cost Sets the cost of sending packets out this interface. The no form of this command sets the OSPF authentication to the type specified for the OSPF area (default).Proprietary and Confidential 5-141 . Inc. regardless of the encryption type parameter specified here. The no form of this command sets the cost to the default value.

defaults are: 40 for broadcast. . or the value specified in auto-cost referencebandwidth) divided by the interface bandwidth. The no form of this command sets this value to the default Syntax ip ospf dead-interval seconds no ip ospf dead-interval [seconds] Parameters Parameter seconds Description Amount of time in seconds that this router’s neighbors will wait for Hello packets from this router before declaring this router dead. 120 for NBMA. 120 for point-tomultipoint.CLI Command Definitions cost 16-bit integer representing the cost of using this interface for outgoing packets.Proprietary and Confidential 5-142 . range is 1 to 65535. Em. The no form of this command disables the filtering of all outgoing LSAs (default). Tunnel) ip ospf database-filter Enables the filtering of all outgoing LSAs to an interface. Syntax ip ospf database-filter all out no ip ospf database-filter all out Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. Em. default is reference-bandwidth (108. Tunnel) ip ospf dead-interval Sets the maximum amount of time that this router’s neighbors will wait for Hello packets before declaring this router dead (down). Inc. NetSocket. 40 for point-to-point networks (4 times the value of ip ospf hello-interval). range is 1 to 65535. Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback.

Em. Em. Tunnel) Guidelines Changing the value of ip ospf hello-interval automatically changes the value of ip ospf deadinterval to 4 times the value of ip ospf hello-interval. defaults are: 10 for broadcast. Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. ip ospf flood-reduction Enables flood-reduction for this interface.CLI Command Definitions Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. Tunnel) ip ospf hello-interval Sets the amount of time that this router waits between sending Hello packets on this interface. 30 for point-tomultipoint. Inc. The no form of this command disables flood-reduction (default). 30 for NBMA. 10 for point-to-point. Syntax ip ospf hello-interval seconds no ip ospf hello-interval [seconds] Parameters Parameter seconds Description Amount of time in seconds that passes between the sending of Hello packets on this interface. range is 1 to 65535. Em. . Tunnel) NetSocket. Syntax ip ospf flood-reduction no ip ospf flood-reduction Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. The no form of this command sets this value to the default.Proprietary and Confidential 5-143 .

all passwords are encrypted for storage and display. Inc. key Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. ip ospf network Sets the OSPF network to be a type other than the default for this interface. Alphanumeric string of up to 16 characters that is the value of the MD5 key. Tunnel) Guidelines If the command password-encryption has been enabled. default is 0 (no encryption). . Number specifying the type of encryption to use when storing and displaying the md5 key. Syntax ip ospf network {broadcast | non-broadcast | point-to-point | point-to-multipoint} no ip ospf network [broadcast | non-broadcast | point-to-point | point-to-multipoint] Parameters NetSocket. range is 1 to 255. Syntax ip ospf message-digest-key key-id md5 [encryption-type] key no ip ospf message-digest-key key-id md5 [encryption-type] [key] Parameters Parameter key-id encryption-type Description Identifier for the MD5 key. ip ospf message-digest-key Sets the MD5 key to be used for this interface by neighboring routers. Em. The no form of this command removes the key. regardless of the encryption type parameter specified here. range is 0 to 7.Proprietary and Confidential 5-144 .CLI Command Definitions Guidelines Changing the value of ip ospf hello-interval automatically changes the value of ip ospf deadinterval to 4 times the value of ip ospf hello-interval. The no form of this command sets the network type to the default.

ip ospf retransmit-interval Sets the retransmit interval for the RCP. Tunnel) ip ospf priority Sets the RCP priority. Configures the network as point-tomultipoint.Proprietary and Confidential 5-145 . which is used in the election of Designated Routers. Configures the network as point-to-point. Em. Syntax ip ospf priority number no ip ospf priority [number] Parameters Parameter number Description Priority value for this router.CLI Command Definitions Parameter broadcast non-broadcast point-to-point point-to-multipoint Description Configures the network as a broadcast network. default is 1. Em. Syntax NetSocket. Tunnel) Guidelines Setting the IP OSPF priority to zero makes the RCP ineligible to become designated router or backup designated router for this LAN segment. Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. Configures the network as a non-broadcast multi-access (NBMA) network. The no form of this command sets the RCP priority value to the default value. range is 0 to 255. . Inc. Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. The no form of this command sets the value to the default.

range is 1 to 65535. The no form of this command deletes either the entire prefix-list (if a specific deny or permit clause is not given) or the deny or permit clause specified. Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. Syntax ip prefix-list prefix-list-id [seq sequence-number] {deny | permit} {ip-address/mask-length} [ge mask-length] [le mask-length] NetSocket. Em.Proprietary and Confidential 5-146 . default is 5. Inc. default is 5. Tunnel) ip prefix-list Creates a prefix-list. Em.CLI Command Definitions ip ospf retransmit-interval seconds no ip ospf retransmit-interval [seconds] Parameters Parameter seconds Description Amount of time in seconds to wait before retransmitting unacknowledged OSPF packets. The no form of this command sets the value to the default. Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback. . range is 1 to 65535. Syntax ip ospf transmit-delay seconds no ip ospf transmit-delay [seconds] Parameters Parameter seconds Description Amount of time in seconds to wait before retransmitting unacknowledged OSPF packets. Tunnel) ip ospf transmit-delay Sets the retransmit interval for the RCP.

CLI Command Definitions no ip prefix-list prefix-list-id [seq sequence-number] {deny | permit} {ip-address/mask-length} [ge mask-length] [le mask-length] Parameters Parameter prefix-list-id sequence-number Description Name of the prefix list being created. The no form of this command un-assigns the descriptive string from a prefix-list.Proprietary and Confidential 5-147 . deny permit ip-address/mask-length ge mask-length le mask-length Mode Global Configuration ip prefix-list description Assigns a descriptive string to a prefix-list. sequence numbers start at 5 and increment by 5 for each entry added to the end of the prefix-list. Denies access for matching conditions. Inc. If a netmask length range is to be used (for prefixes more specific than that specified in ip-address/mask-length). Text describing the prefix-list. The “to” portion of the netmask length range. IP address and netmask length of the prefix being denied or permitted. Syntax ip prefix-list prefix-list-id description description-string no ip prefix-list prefix-list-id description [description-string] Parameters Parameter prefix-list-id description-string Description Name of the prefix-list for which a description is being added. NetSocket. Permits access for matching conditions. specifies the “from” portion of the range. . may contain up to 80 characters. Used when creating an entry in the prefixlist to specify a sequence number for the entry. by default.

. Syntax ip proxy-arp no ip proxy-arp Mode Interface Configuration (Port-chan) Subinterface Configuration (Port-chan) ip qsr-export host To add a host that can receive QSR reports via ftp. use ip qsr-export host command.CLI Command Definitions Mode Global Configuration ip prefix-list sequence-number Enables the automatic generation of sequence numbers for items in a prefix-list (default). Syntax ip prefix-list sequence-number no ip prefix-list sequence-number Mode Global Configuration ip proxy-arp Enables proxy ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) on an interface (default). Inc. Syntax ip qsr-export host { {primary | alternate } <ip-address> ftp username <username> [encrypted] password <password> } no ip qsr-export host { primary | alternate } [ <ip-address> ] [ ftp username <username> [encrypted] password <password> ] NetSocket. The no form of this command disables automatic generation of sequence numbers. The no form of this command disables proxy ARP on an interface.Proprietary and Confidential 5-148 . Multiple hosts can be configured.

. Name of the user for user name password authentication. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-149 . The no form of this command sets the source address for all outgoing RADIUS packets to the default interface value. Syntax ip qsr-export interval {hours <hh> [base-export-time <hh:mm>]} no ip qsr-export interval [hours <hh> ] [base-export-time <hh:mm>] Parameters Parameter base-export-time <hh:mm> hours <hh> Mode Global configuration Description Interval time in hours:minutes format. Password for the user. ip radius source-interface Sets the source address for all outgoing RADIUS packets to that of the specified interface. Syntax ip radius source-interface interface-name no ip radius source-interface [interface-name] NetSocket. ip qsr-export interval To set the QSR report generation interval. use ip qsr-export interval command.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter primary | alternate ip-address ftp username <username> password <password> Mode Global configuration Description the host added as a primary or alternate host IP address of the host receiving QSR reports. Currently supported protocol. Interval in hours (1--24).

If a permit or deny match is not found within the rcp-receive access-list.Proprietary and Confidential 5-150 . NetSocket. ip redirects Enables sending ICMP Redirect Messages on an interface (default). an implicit deny is performed Description Alphanumeric name string of the access-list. The no form of this command removes the specification of an rcpreceive access-list. Syntax ip receive access-list access-list-id no ip receive access-list [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter access-list-id Mode Global Configuration Guidelines When an rcp-receive access-list is being applied by the RCP (through the ip receive access-list command) and a per-interface/global “in” access-list is also being applied by the RCP (through the interface/global ip access-group command). . Inc.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chan channelnumber[. The no form of this command disables sending ICMP Redirect Messages.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. If a permit or deny match is not found within the per-interface/global access-list. Mode Global Configuration ip receive access-list Enables the RCP to conditionally process packets received by the RCP based on a specified rcp-receive access-list. the per-interface/global access-list is processed first. the rcpreceive access-list is then searched.

Syntax ip routing no ip routing Mode Global Configuration ip route To configure a static IP route. The no form of this command disables IP routing. In this release. Tunnel) ip routing Enables IP routing on the RCP. Loopback. use the “ip route” command. Null. NNET.CLI Command Definitions Syntax ip redirects no ip redirects Mode Interface Configuration (Admin. Syntax ip route { <ip-address><ip-netmask> | <ip-address/mask-length> } { <ip-address> | { <interface-name-string> [ <ip-address> ]}} [ <distance-value> ] [permanent] [ tag <tag-value> ] [ drib <drib-name> ] no ip route { <ip-address><ip-netmask> | <ip-address/mask-length> } { <ip-address> | { <interface-name-string> [ <ip-address> ]}} [ <distance-value> ] [permanent] [ tag <tag-value> ] [ drib <drib-name> ] Parameters Parameter <ip-address><ip-netmask> <ip-address/mask-length> <ip-address> <interface-name-string> Description The parameter pairs to specify the destination IP address and netmask of the static route being created. NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-151 . IP address of the next hop to reach the static route. Inc. The no form of the command deletes a static route. Em. the only change to this command is to add the drib key word. The interface name string defined with ifconfig. .

decimal value that can be used as a “match” value for controlling redistribution via route maps. The no form of this command sets router to drop packets with IP source routing header options. the higher the trust rating. Syntax ip subnet-zero Mode Global Configuration ip tacacs source-interface Sets the source address for all outgoing TACACS+ packets to that of the specified interface.Proprietary and Confidential 5-152 . . Syntax NetSocket. Inc. range is 1 to 255. limited to 40 characters. the lower the number. range is 0 to 4294967295. The no form of this command sets the source address for all outgoing TACACS+ packets to the default interface value. Syntax ip source-route no ip source-route Mode Global Configuration ip subnet-zero Enables the use of subnet-zero for interface addresses and in routing updates (default).CLI Command Definitions <distance-value> <tag-value> administrative distance to be used. The name of the DRIB. default is 1. <drib-name> Mode Global Configuration ip source-route Sets router to process packets with IP source routing header options (default).

CLI Command Definitions ip tacacs source-interface interface-name no ip tacacs source-interface [interface-name] Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chan channelnumber[.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. The no form of this command sets the Telnet connection source address to the default interface value. Inc. The no form of this command disables this function.Proprietary and Confidential 5-153 . . Syntax ip tcp path-mtu-discovery no ip tcp path-mtu-discovery Mode Global Configuration ip telnet source-interface Sets the Telnet connection source address to that of the specified interface. Mode Global Configuration ip tcp path-mtu-discovery Enables path MTU discovery for all new TCP connections from the RCP (default). Syntax ip telnet source-interface interface-name no ip telnet source-interface [interface-name] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket.

Syntax ip unnumbered interface-name no ip unnumbered [interface-name] Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chan channelnumber[. Syntax ip unreachables no ip unreachables NetSocket. The no form of this command disables IP processing on an interface without an explicit IP address (default).Proprietary and Confidential 5-154 . Pos-chan. Tunnel) Subinterface Configuration Guidelines This command is denied if the specified interface does not have an assigned IP address. . ip unreachables Enables sending ICMP Unreachable Messages on an interface (default).CLI Command Definitions interface-name {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chan channelnumber[.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. The no form of this command disables sending ICMP Unreachable Messages. Inc. Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. Mode Global Configuration ip unnumbered Enables IP processing on an interface without an explicit IP address.

Pos-chan. The no version of this command regardless of the parameters specified. Tunnel) Subinterface Configuration (Port-chan) ip-to-dn host In some UNIStim deployments. the SVP will query the database at SVP startup and once every day at a time specified by this command. Loopback. NNET. port number for access. Port-chan. the SVP will retry at an interval configured by this command. disables the database acquisition. Name of the user access login. cicm-xml 01:30 443 Default access-type time-of-day NetSocket. This command replaces all settings associated with this configuration.Proprietary and Confidential 5-155 . . [Optional] Indicates that the entered password string is encrypted. Time of day to perform daily database acquisition of the form hh:mm. Inc. Syntax ip-to-dn host <ip-address> [port <port>] username <username> [encrypted] password <password> [{access-type cicm-xml}] [time-of-day <hh:mm>] [retry <retry>] no ip-to-dn host <ip-address> [port <port>] username <username> [encrypted] password <password> [{access-type cicm-xml}] [time-of-day <hh:mm>] [retry <retry>] Parameters Parameter ip-address port username <username> password <password> encrypted Description IP address of the network database. This command enables acquisition of the phone IP address to Directory Number mappings via a network database. Password for the user. accurately detecting the UNIStim phone number associated with the calling and/or called party phone is not possible. Null.CLI Command Definitions Mode Interface Configuration (Admin. If the database query does not succeed. When this capability is enabled. Currently only the CICM database is supported via XML. This option is included by the system as part of the running configuration.

30 Mode Global configuration mode. Inc. This command is intended to be used if changes to the database have been made and it is desirable for the SVP to become aware of the changes prior to the daily poll. The bandwidth value for the existing tunnels will not be changed. Syntax ip-to-dn poll Mode EXEC ipsec-tunnel bandwidth To configure a fixed bandwidth value for all IPSec tunnels. The no form of the command sets the tunnel bandwidth to the default value. Note: When this command is entered.CLI Command Definitions retry Retry period if database acquisition fails. The access information for the poll must be configured with the ip-to-dn host command before the poll can successfully be performed. ip-to-dn poll This command initiates a query of the IP to Directory Number network database. the new bandwidth value applies to the new tunnels only. use the “ipsec -tunnel bandwidth” command.Proprietary and Confidential 5-156 . Syntax ipsec-tunnel bandwidth <bandwidth> no ipsec-tunnel bandwidth [<bandwidth>] Parameters Parameter Description Range Default NetSocket. . The value is specified in minutes from 10 to 120.

CLI Command Definitions 10 kbps – 100. The no-form command reverts the boundary time value to the default. Syntax ipv6 neighbor ipv6-address interface-name mac-address no ipv6 neighbor ipv6-address interface-name [mac-address] NetSocket. .000 kbps bandwidth The fixed bandwidth for all IPSec tunnels. 0 kbps Mode Global configuration ipsec-tunnel short-duration To configure the boundary time value to distinguish short duration tunnels from long duration tunnels use “ipsec-tunnel short-duration” command. Range 1 – 60 minutes Default 5 minutes Mode Global configuration ipv6 neighbor Creates a static entry in the IPv6 neighbor discovery cache. Note: When the boundary duration is changed.Proprietary and Confidential 5-157 . Syntax ipsec-tunnel short-duration less-than <time> no ipsec-tunnel short-duration less-than [<time>] Parameters Parameter duration Description Time boundary in minutes to distinguish short-duration tunnels from long duration tunnels. The no form of this command deletes a static entry in the IPv6 neighbor discovery cache. The existing tunnels will remain in their existing short or long duration categories. the new boundary duration only applies to newly established tunnels. Inc.

Em.B. The no form of this command removes the password (default). mac-address Mode Global Configuration isis password Enables authentication on the interface and sets the authentication password for this interface. If no parameters are given when issuing no isis password. Tunnel) Guidelines If neither level-1 nor level-2 is specified. (LAN-type interface option only) level 2 packets only. Syntax isis password password [level-1 | level-2] no isis password [password [level-1 | level-2]] Parameters Parameter password level-1 level-2 Description Authentication text password to be carried in Hello PDUs between neighbors (LAN-type interface option only) level 1 packets only. the password is set for Level-1. Inc. .CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter ipv6-address interface-name Description IPv6 address specified in hexadecimal form (separated by colons) as per RFC2373 {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chan channelnumber[. NetSocket.C format. Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number} Local data link 48-bit MAC address in A. only the level-1 password is removed.Proprietary and Confidential 5-158 .

a jump statement cannot be entered into a route-map if the target route-map for the jump contains a jump statement. Inc. The no form of this command removes the jump statement from the route-map. NOTE: This command has no effect on the ISIS peering state.Proprietary and Confidential 5-159 . The no form of this NetSocket. Description Name of the route-map to jump to. a jump statement cannot be placed in a routemap which is being jumped to by another route-map. keepalive Enables and sets duration value for interface keepalive timers (default). in a route-map.CLI Command Definitions isis-topology-map This command enables inclusion of ISIS link state information into the topology map for determining router interface connectivity. The no form of this command disables inclusion of this information. Syntax isis-topology-map no isis-topology-map Mode Topology map configuration jump Performs jumping to another route-map if a preceding match statement was successful. jump route-map-name no jump route-map-name Parameters Parameter route-map-name Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign Guidelines In order to avoid loops in processing route-maps. Also. . The actual configuration of the protocol for peering must be done separately using router ISIS configuration commands.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-160 . default is 10. .CLI Command Definitions command disables interface keepalive timers. Description Assigned user identification number. Mode Interface Configuration Subinterface Configuration kill Terminates a specified user login or session. Syntax NetSocket. Inc. The no form of this command sets the number of display lines per screen to automatically be determined using the negotiated login window size (default). Syntax kill userid Parameters Parameter userid Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines This command will terminate the login or session associated with the specified userID plus all related child sessions. range 0 (disabled) to 32767 seconds. Syntax keepalive [seconds] no keepalive [seconds] Parameters Parameter seconds Description Duration of keepalive timers. length Sets the number of display lines per screen.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-161 . Mode Line Configuration Guidelines This command is used to set the system default page size for paged output applications. Syntax line Mode Global Configuration link-bandwidth thresholds To specify link bandwidth congestion threshold. A value of 0 disables pausing between full screens of output. Link specific thresholds take precedence over global thresholds. If no global thresholds exist. the links that have per link thresholds set will have the same thresholds in effect. range is 0 to 512. These thresholds are used to monitor the links’ bandwidth reservation condition of ongoing sessions. Topology alerts will be set or cleared based on the crossing of these thresholds. line Enters Line Configuration Mode to configure the console and all tty lines. Thresholds may be specified on a global or per link (indicated by node-id and if-index) basis. When a no form command for link specific thresholds is entered. if the global thresholds exist. the global thresholds will be set on that link. use link-bandwidth threshold command. then the topology alert is turned off. The links that do not have per link thresholds set will have the alerts turned off. . Inc. The no form command disables the thresholds and the alerts. When the no form command for the global thresholds is entered.CLI Command Definitions length screen-length no length [screen-length] Parameters Parameter screen-length Description Number of lines displayed on the terminal. Syntax NetSocket.

Topology alert will be set or cleared based on the crossing of these thresholds. Syntax link-bandwidth utilization thresholds set-threshold <link-bw-thr-percent> clear-threshold <link-bw-thr-percent> [node-id <ip-address> if-name <interface-name-string>] no link-bandwidth utilization thresholds [set-threshold <link-bw-thr-percent> clear- NetSocket. Interface index number clear-threshold node-id if-index Mode Global configuration link-bandwidth utilization thresholds To specify link bandwidth utilization alarm threshold. The links that do not have per link thresholds set will have the alerts turned off. an alert will be set. This value must be greater than clear-threshold. The range is 1% -499%. Threshold value represented as a percentage of the link physical bandwidth. The bandwidth utilization is based on SNMP polling on the link(s). Thresholds may be specified on a global or per link (indicated by ip-address and interfacename-string) basis. Link specific thresholds take precedence over global thresholds. the previously set alert will be cleared. the links that have per link thresholds set will have the same thresholds in effect. IP address that represents the node-id of a node in the network. if the global thresholds exist. When the utilized bandwidth on the link becomes lower than this threshold. The range is 2% -500%. If no global thresholds exist.Proprietary and Confidential 5-162 .CLI Command Definitions link-bandwidth thresholds set-threshold <set-threshold > clear-threshold <clear-threshold > [node-id <node-id> if-index <if-index>] no link-bandwidth thresholds [set-threshold <set-threshold > clear-threshold <clearthreshold > [node-id <node-id> if-index <if-index>]] Parameters Parameter set-threshold Description Threshold value represented as a percentage of the link physical bandwidth. When the no form command for the global thresholds is entered. then the topology alert is turned off. the global thresholds will be set on that link. When the utilized bandwidth on the link becomes higher than this threshold. The no form command disables the thresholds and the alerts. Inc. The value must be smaller than set-threshold. When a no form command for link specific thresholds is entered. . use link-bandwidth utilization threshold command.

ranged 2% . an alert will be set.Proprietary and Confidential 5-163 . Interface name string of the link. If no global thresholds exist. Link specific thresholds take precedence over global thresholds. The “set-threshold”. When the no form command for the global thresholds is entered. The no form command disables the thresholds and the alerts. if the global thresholds exist.CLI Command Definitions threshold <link-bw-thr-percent> [node-id <ip-address> if-name <interface-name-string>]] Parameters Parameter link-bw-thr-percent Description Threshold value represented as a percentage of the link physical bandwidth. IP address that represents the node-id of a node in the network. Topology alerts will be set or cleared based on the crossing of these thresholds. Syntax link-packet-drop thresholds set-threshold <link-pd-threshold> clear-threshold <link-pdthreshold> [node-id <ip-address> if-name <interface-name-string>] no link-packet-drop thresholds [set-threshold <link-pd-threshold> clear-threshold <linkpd-threshold> [node-id <ip-address> if-name <interface-name-string>]] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. Inc. the previously set alert will be cleared. the global thresholds will be set on that link. When the utilized bandwidth on the link becomes lower than the “clear-threshold”.500%. When a no form command for link specific thresholds is entered. which range is 1% -499%. The links that do not have per link thresholds set will have the alerts turned off. use link-packet-drop threshold command. ip-address interface-name-string Mode Global configuration link-packet-drop thresholds To specify link packet drop threshold. must be greater than “clear-threshold”. Thresholds may be specified on a global or per link (indicated by node-id and if-index) basis. the links that have per link thresholds set will have the same thresholds in effect. then the topology alert is turned off. The packet drop information is based on SNMP polling on the link(s). . When the utilized bandwidth on the link becomes higher than “set-threshold”.

This command enables the SVP to gather information from the router to aid in customizing the algorithm to match the router's behavior.CLI Command Definitions link-pd-threshold Threshold value represented as a number of packets drop on the link. ip-address interface-name-string Mode Global configuration list Displays all or part of the explicit path or paths. IP address that represents the node-id of a node in the network. load distribution information will not be collected. Inc. NOTE: This feature relies on CLI polling being configured for the router in question. . The interface string name of the link. Displays information in long form. Currently on CEF behavior can be enhanced. The “set-threshold” value must be greater than “clearthreshold”. If it is not enabled. range is 1 to 65535.Proprietary and Confidential 5-164 . Syntax list [starting-index-number] [detail] Parameters Parameter starting-index-number detail Mode IP Explicit Path Configuration Description Displays the list starting at the entry index number. the previously set alert will be cleared. When the packets dropped on the link(s) become lower than the “clear-threshold”. NetSocket. load-distribution The SVP performs a default load distribution algorithm when selecting a path which is part of an ECMP. When the packets dropped on the link(s) become higher than “set-threshold”. the system will not collect load distribution information from the router. The range of the value is [1 …]. an alert will be set. If the no form of this command is issued.

Mode Global Configuration NetSocket. 3 (errors). Number of CLI poll intervals between load distribution polls. the CLI will be polled every 180 seconds. 1-10 1 Type/Range Default poll-multiple Mode Topology map router configuration logging console Enables logging messages to the console (default).g.Proprietary and Confidential 5-165 . E. 2 (critical). . The no form of this command disables logging messages to the console. if cli-access poll interval is 90 seconds and this value is 2.CLI Command Definitions Syntax load-distribution cef [poll-multiple <poll-multiple>] no load-distribution cef [poll-multiple <poll-multiple>] Parameters Parameter cef Description Cisco Express Forwarding information should be collected from the router. Poll interval should be less than 5 minutes. 5 (notifications). Syntax logging console [level] no logging console [level] Parameters Parameter level Description Valid integer (or alpha) values for level are: 0 (emergencies). 1 (alerts). default is 7 (debugging). 4 (warnings). Inc. and 7 (debugging) from highest to lowest priority. 6 (information).

Inc. Syntax logging enable {command_logging | console_logging | syslog_logging} no logging enable [command_logging | console_logging | syslog_logging] Parameters Parameter command_logging console_logging syslog_logging Mode Global Configuration Description Enables command logging. logging facility Sets a UNIX system facility where error messages are to be sent. default is local7.Proprietary and Confidential 5-166 . Enables syslog logging. Syntax logging facility facility-type no logging facility [facility-type] Parameters Parameter facility-type Description {local0 | local1 | local2 | local3 | local4 | local5 | local6 | local7} (all reserved for locally defined messages). then emergencies (level 0) messages and alerts (level 1) messages will be logged. . logging enable Enables DRP-related logging.CLI Command Definitions Guidelines Higher-priority messages are logged when the logging level is set to lower levels. NetSocket. The no form of this command sets the UNIX system facility value to the default value. The no form of this command disables DRP-related logging. if the logging level is set to critical (level 2). Enables console logging. For example.

Number of messages to be stored in the history table. 2 (critical). Inc. number Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Higher-priority messages are logged when the logging level is set to lower levels.CLI Command Definitions Mode Global Configuration logging history Sets the alarm level at which alarms of equal or higher priority will be sent to the history table and to the SNMP network management station. this command sets the number of syslog messages to be stored in the history table. default is 4 (warnings). Alternatively. The no logging history size form of this command sets the history table size to the default value. logging host Sets a specified remote server host to be a syslog server. range is 0 to 500. with the size keyword specified. 3 (errors). Syntax NetSocket. if the logging level is set to critical (level 2). For example. Syntax logging history {level | size number} no logging history [level | size [number]] Parameters Parameter level Description Valid integer (or alpha) values for level are: 0 (emergencies). 5 (notifications). 6 (information). then emergencies (level 0) messages and alerts (level 1) messages will be logged. 1 (alerts). 4 (warnings). The default is to have no remote host specified to be a syslog server. default is 1. The no logging history form of this command sets the history table alarm level to the default value. and 7 (debugging) from highest to lowest priority. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-167 . The no form of this command deletes the remote server host from the list of syslog servers.

then emergencies (level 0) messages and alerts (level 1) messages will be logged.CLI Command Definitions logging host {host | ip-address} no logging host {host | ip-address} Parameters Parameter host ip-address Mode Global Configuration Description Name of the syslog server host. 5 (notifications). and 7 (debugging) from highest to lowest priority. 2 (critical). 4 (warnings). default is 7 (debugging). This command does not apply to the console. The no form of this command disables logging messages to terminal lines (default). Inc. 6 (information). 1 (alerts). Syntax logging monitor [level] no logging monitor [level] Parameters Parameter level Description Valid integer (or alpha) values for level are: 0 (emergencies). For example. logging monitor Enables logging messages to the terminal lines. if the logging level is set to critical (level 2).Proprietary and Confidential 5-168 . Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Higher-priority messages are logged when the logging level is set to lower levels. 3 (errors). . logging on NetSocket. IP address of the syslog server host.

The no form of this command disables logging messages to the remote syslog servers.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-169 . Mode Global Configuration logging trap Enables logging messages to the remote syslog servers (default).CLI Command Definitions Enables the logging function. Syntax logging source-interface interface-name no logging source-interface [interface-name] Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chan channelnumber[. Inc. The no form of this command disables the logging function. Syntax logging trap [level] no logging trap [level] Parameters NetSocket. Syntax logging on no logging on Mode Global Configuration logging source-interface Sets the source IP address of all syslog packets to a specified value. The no form of this command sets the IP address of the interface used to leave the RCP to be issued within a syslog packet.

Syntax login backoff retries [starting-delay] no login backoff [retries [starting-delay]] Parameters Parameter retries Description Number of consecutive failed login retries that triggers the start of backoff delays. 2 (critical). range is 0 to 9. For example. NetSocket. . and 7 (debugging) from highest to lowest priority. 4 (warnings). login Creates a new session and suspends the current session. if the logging level is set to critical (level 2). 1 (alerts). default is 6 (information).CLI Command Definitions Parameter level Description Valid integer (or alpha) values for level are: 0 (emergencies). Inc. 6 (information). 3 (errors). default is 2.Proprietary and Confidential 5-170 . Syntax login Mode User EXEC login backoff Sets the number of consecutive failed login retries that triggers the start of backoff delays. then emergencies (level 0) messages and alerts (level 1) messages will be logged. The no form of this command sets the number of retries to the default value. 5 (notifications). Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Higher-priority messages are logged when the logging level is set to lower levels.

Syntax logout NetSocket. default is 5. login retries Sets the number of consecutive failed login retries that triggers a disconnection. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-171 . Syntax login retries retries no login retries [retries] Parameters Parameter retries Description Number of consecutive failed login retries that triggers the start of backoff delays. Inc. The no form of this command sets the number of retries to the default value. logout Exits the EXEC mode and logs off the RCP. range is 0 to 9. range is 1 to 60. backoff delays are effectively disabled. the backoff delay is doubled.CLI Command Definitions starting-delay Number of seconds for first backoff delay. Mode Global Configuration Guidelines For each consecutive failed login retry after the first backoff delay occurs. default is 2. Mode Global Configuration Guidelines If the number of retries that triggers a disconnection is set less than or equal to the number of retries that triggers the start of backoff delays.

minute. Mode Controller Configuration (GE. The no form of this command deletes the provisioned time window and reverts to the default maintenance window. minute. Syntax maintenance-window {start-time <hh:mm> end-time <hh:mm>} [no] maintenance-window [start-time <hh:mm> end-time <hh:mm>] Parameters Parameter start-time <hh:mm> end-time <hh:mm> Mode Global Configuration Description The start time of the maintenance period. NetSocket. in hour. Therefore. TE) maintenance-window To specify a time window for SVP and SVM system maintenance routines to run.Proprietary and Confidential 5-172 . Syntax mac-address mac-address Parameters Parameter mac-address Description 48-bit IEEE MAC address using three 4-digit hex numbers separated by periods (xxxx. Inc. If the maintenance window command is executed multiple times. The end time of the maintenance period. only the last maintenance window is remembered.xxxx. the newer command will overwrite the existing maintenance window. .xxxx). use the “maintenance-window” command. in hour.CLI Command Definitions Mode User EXEC mac-address Sets the mac layer address for an Ethernet port.

.... Mode All command modes match as-path Assigns the specified as-path-access-list to be matched in a route-map. Syntax match community {community-list-id}. . [exact-match] NetSocket. Parameters Parameter as-path-access-list-id Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Description AS-path access list(s) to be matched. Syntax man command-name Parameters Parameter command-name Description Name of the command for which documentation is requested. Inc.. Syntax match as-path {as-path-access-list-id}. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map. match community Assigns communities permitted by the given community-list to be matched in a route-map.Proprietary and Confidential 5-173 .CLI Command Definitions man Displays on-line documentation of CLI commands in man-page format.. no match as-path [as-path-access-list-id]. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map.

Syntax NetSocket. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map.. Syntax match expression logical-expression no match expression logical-expression Parameters Parameter logical-expression Description Assigned variables to be matched (a to z).CLI Command Definitions no match community [{community-list-id}. Inc. with the precedence being NOT. then OR. AND. Mode Route-Map Configuration match extcommunity Assigns extended communities permitted by the given extended community-list to be matched in a route-map. [exact-match]] Parameters Parameter community-list-id exact-match Description Alphanumeric string identifying the community-list to be matched. OR ( | ) and NOT (~).. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map. AND (&). Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match expression Assigns any variables that have been created with the assign command to be matched in a routemap.Proprietary and Confidential 5-174 . valid logical operators are ( ). All of the communities in the community-list and only the communities in the communitylist must be present for a match to occur. .

. Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match ip address Assigns IP addresses that are permitted in the access-list(s) to be matched in a route-map. All of the communities in the community-list and only the communities in the communitylist must be present for a match to occur. [exact-match] no match extcommunity [{ext-community-list-id}. Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match interface Assigns any routes that have their next hop out the interface to be matched in a route-map.Proprietary and Confidential 5-175 . Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {loopback loopback-number | port-chan channel-number[.. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map. [exact-match]] Parameters Parameter ext-community-list-id exact-match Description Extended community-list(s) to be matched....subinterface] | pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnel-number}. no match interface {interface-name}.. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map. NetSocket. Inc. Syntax match interface {interface-name}..CLI Command Definitions match extcommunity {ext-community-list-id}...

no match ip address [access-list-id].. Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match ip address prefix-list Assigns IP addresses that are permitted in the prefix-list(s) to be matched in a route-map. . The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map... NetSocket. match ip next-hop Assigns next-hop router addresses that are permitted in the access-list(s) to be matched in a route-map.. Syntax match ip next-hop {access-list-id}.. Syntax match ip address prefix-list {prefix-list-id}.CLI Command Definitions Syntax match ip address {access-list-id}.. Parameters Parameter prefix-list-id Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign Description Prefix-list of IP addresses to be matched.. no match ip address prefix-list [prefix-list-id].... Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Name of the access list of IP addresses to be matched. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-176 .

Proprietary and Confidential 5-177 .. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map. .CLI Command Definitions no match ip next-hop [access-list-id]. Syntax match ip route-source {access-list-id}. The no form of this command removes the match from the routemap. Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match ip next-hop prefix-list Assigns next-hop router addresses that are permitted in the prefix-list(s) to be matched in a routemap.. no match ip next-hop prefix-list [prefix-list-id].. Parameters Parameter prefix-list-id Description Prefix-list of next-hop router addresses to be matched. Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Access-list of next-hop router addresses to be matched.. Syntax match ip next-hop prefix-list {prefix-list-id}... NetSocket.. Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match ip route-source Assigns routes that have come from the route-source addresses permitted in the access-list(s) to be matched in a route-map.. Inc.

Syntax match ip route-source prefix-list {prefix-list-id}. Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match ip route-source prefix-list Assigns routes that have come from the route-source addresses permitted in the prefix-list(s) to be matched in a route-map. no match local-preference {local-preference-value}. Parameters Parameter prefix-list-id Description Prefix-list of route source addresses to be matched... Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match local-preference Assigns the specified local-preference to be matched in a route-map.CLI Command Definitions no match ip route-source [access-list-id]... Syntax match local-preference {local-preference-value}. The no form of this command removes the match from the routemap. Inc.. Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Access-list of route source addresses to be matched. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map... .Proprietary and Confidential 5-178 ... no match ip route-source prefix-list [prefix-list-id]. NetSocket..

CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter local-preference-value Description Local-preference to be matched.... Parameters Parameter metric-value Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign Description Route metric. or all policy lists if none specified.. no match policy-list [policy-list-id].. . range is 0 to 4294967295... Syntax match metric {metric-value}. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map. match policy-list Sets a match statement into a route-map for one or more policy lists. range is 0 to 4294967295. NetSocket. Syntax match policy-list {policy-list-id}.Proprietary and Confidential 5-179 .. no match metric {metric-value}. The no form of this command removes the match statement from the route-map for one or more policy lists. Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match metric Assigns routes that have the specified metric to be matched in a route-map. Inc.

IS-IS Level 2 routes. Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match tag Assigns routes with the tag specified to be matched in a route-map. NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-180 . Mode Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign match route-type Assigns routes of the type specified to be matched in a route-map. Inc. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map. The no form of this command removes the match from the route-map. OSPF NSSA external type-1 or type-2 routes. OSPF intra-area and inter-area routes. Syntax match route-type [external [type-1 | type-2]] [internal] [level-1] [level-2] [local] [nssaexternal [type-1 | type-2]] no match route-type [external [type-1 | type-2]] [internal] [level-1] [level-2] [local] [nssaexternal [type-1 | type-2]] Parameters Parameter external [type-1 | type-2] internal level-1 level-2 local nssa-external [type-1 | type-2] Description OSPF external type-1 or type-2 routes. Locally generated BGP routes. IS-IS Level 1 routes. .CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter policy-list-id Description Policy list name for which a match statement will be inserted.

. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) NetSocket. range is 0 to 4294967295. no match tag [tag-value]. Inc. Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign maximum-paths (BGP) Sets the allowable maximum number of parallel routes to a destination. default is 1 for BGP and 4 for OSPF. range is 1 to 6.... Parameters Parameter tag-value Description Route tag to be matched. . Syntax maximum-paths maximum-path-count no maximum-paths [maximum-path-count] Parameters Parameter maximum-path-count Description Maximum number of equal cost routes to a destination allowable in the routing table.CLI Command Definitions Syntax match tag {tag-value}.Proprietary and Confidential 5-181 . The no form of this command restores the maximum-paths value to its default.

Causes the OSPF to advertise the maximum metric for the specified time interval. Syntax maximum-paths maximum-path-count no maximum-paths [maximum-path-count] Parameters Parameter maximum-path-count Description Maximum number of equal cost routes to a destination allowable in the routing table. range is 5 to 86. Syntax max-metric router-lsa [on-startup {announce-time | wait-for-bgp}] no max-metric router-lsa [on-startup {announce-time | wait-for-bgp}] Parameters Parameter on-startup announce-time Description Causes the OSPF to advertise the maximum metric at startup time. range is 1 to 6. . The no form of this command restores the maximum-paths value to its default. Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) max-metric Enables the OSPF protocol to advertise a maximum metric so that other routers do not prefer the RCP as an intermediate hop in their SPF calculations. NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-182 . Inc.400 seconds.CLI Command Definitions Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) maximum-paths (OSPF) Sets the allowable maximum number of parallel routes to a destination. default is 1 for BGP and 4 for OSPF. The no form of this command disables the advertisement of a maximum metric (default).

Syntax media-analysis minimum-call-duration <minimum-call-duration> maximum-call-duration <maximum-call-duration> maximum-buffered-calls <maximum-buffered-calls> [call-sampleduration <call-sample-duration>] no media-analysis [minimum-call-duration <minimum-call-duration> maximum-callduration <maximum-call-duration> maximum-buffered-calls <maximum-buffered-calls>] [call-sample-duration <call-sample-duration>] Parameters Parameter minimum-call-duration Description The minimum duration of the call required to do analysis.Proprietary and Confidential 5-183 . The longer this delay the more visible the metric graphs and alert declaration times will lag real-time. The default duration without this parameter is the maximum-call-duration. it only analyzes a portion of the call. Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) media-analysis This command is used to customize the media analysis configuration. The no form of the command regardless of parameters returns the settings to their system default. The optional call-sample-duration parameter can be used to limit the duration of the call on which echo analysis is performed.CLI Command Definitions wait-for-bgp Causes the OSPF to advertise the maximum metric until BGP routing tables have converged or the default timer (600 seconds) has expired. . The number of active calls to buffer is also configurable. When the SVA performs analogue analysis for a voice call. This allows more calls to be processed since it involves fewer system resources for caching the media stream and performing the analysis. This allows more calls to be analyzed but also delays when the system processing is completed following the end of the call.120 seconds 20 seconds NetSocket.60 seconds Default 20 seconds maximum-call-duration 10 . Range 10 . This limits the amount of memory required to cache the call. This parameter can be used to allow a longer period of time for signal analysis while limiting the impact to call analysis rates. The maximum duration of the call that will be analyzed. Inc. NOTE: the call duration starts when RTP is received in both directions of the call.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-184 . The no form of the command with a single interval. The actual limit is dependent on the maximum-call-duration. The no form without any intervals specified. This command specifies the minimum number of sessions required during the previous alert generation period to allow alert generation. 10 2000 50 call-sample-duration 10-30 seconds 20 seconds Mode Global Configure minimum-sessions During periods of very low user activity. will return the minimum sessions for that interval to its default. Minimum sessions for fourth interval of the day. returns all intervals to their default value. Specifies a subset of the maximum-call-duration for performing echo analysis. Likewise. This may be undesirable depending on acceptable network performance. if a very high level of network reliability is desired. Inc. Syntax minimum-sessions {[interval1 <session-count>] [interval2 <session-count>] [interval3 <session-count>] [interval4 <session-count>] } no minimum-sessions [[interval1 <session-count>] [interval2 <session-count>] [interval3 <session-count>] [interval4 <session-count>] ] Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 Description Minimum sessions for first interval of the day. alert generation should be very sensitive regardless of user activity. it is possible that alerts will be generated when only one user activity fails. Minimum sessions for second interval of the day. Type/Range 1-10000 1-10000 1-10000 1-10000 20 20 20 20 Default Mode NetSocket. . Minimum sessions for third interval of the day.CLI Command Definitions maximum-bufferedcalls The maximum number of calls that are buffered at one time. regardless of value.

The following cases are considered as part of this detection. the session should be marked. the session should be marked.CLI Command Definitions Session thresholds configuration missing-media This command is used to enable the SVA to mark sessions when both directions of an RTP stream are not seen. The SVA can be configured for any combination of these cases. The no form of this command regardless of parameters disables marking sessions. Syntax mkdir subdirectory Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-185 . Syntax missing-media {[expect-all-sessions] [expect-bidirectional-media]} no missing-media [expect-all-sessions] [expect-bidirectional-media] Parameters Parameter expect-all-sessions expect-bidirectional-media Description If the SVA is requested to monitor media for a session and no media is received.  The SVA is expected to receive bidirectional media on some combination of interfaces for every session it receives media for. Mode Global Configure mkdir Creates a new file directory as a sub-directory within the current file directory. The default is no session marking. .  The SVA is expected to receive media for every session monitored by its accompanying SVP. If the SVA receives media for a session but does not receive both directions. Inc.

Mode Privileged EXEC mmp The SVA must be enabled to mark sessions when it detects media as missing or setting this threshold on the SVP will have no effect. Syntax mmp {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no mmp {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. 0-99 Type/Range Default None None interval3 interval4 set None None none NetSocket. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. If the calculated ratio is greater than the configured threshold. . If the percentage of sessions with missing media is greater than this value an alert will be sent. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS.CLI Command Definitions subdirectory Name of new sub-directory within the current file directory. The command replaces the existing MMP settings for the intervals specified. Inc. regardless of set/clear threshold value. This command specifies the percentage of sessions that were monitored and had missing media. an alert will be generated. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day.Proprietary and Confidential 5-186 . set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. The no form of the command with a single interval. will disable the MMP alert for that time interval. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the MMP alert for all time intervals.

0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration Related Commands missing-media monitor bgp Displays BGP statistics in real time. The no form of this command disables this function. Syntax monitor bgp [display-interval] no monitor bgp [display-interval] Parameters Parameter display-interval Description Number of seconds between screen updates. range is 1 to 3600 seconds. . Syntax monitor interface {interface-name | traffic} [display-interval] no monitor interface {interface-name | traffic} [display-interval] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-187 .CLI Command Definitions clear If the percentage of sessions missing media is less than or equal to this value the alert will be cleared. default is 2 Mode Global Configuration monitor interface Displays interface statistics in real time. Inc. The no form of this command disables this function.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-188 . Optional parameter to work as a signature or name of the prefixed session. range is 1 to 3600 seconds. loopback. use “monitor path” command. This command is used to monitor a path and collect topology events along the path. and tunnel. Syntax monitor path {source-ip <ip-address> destination-ip <ip-address> [description <string>]} no monitor path {source-ip <ip-address> destination-ip <ip-address> [description <string>]} Parameters Parameter source-ip <ip-address> destination-ip <ip-address> description <string> Description These are mandatory parameters to define the source IP address and destination IP address of the session. null. nnet. default is 2. port-chan-subif. This command creates a hypothetical session for user to monitor the topology events along its path.subinterface] | pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnel-number} Display traffic statistics on all interfaces. ten-subif. NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions interface-name {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | null 0 | port-chan channel-number[. . The no form command delete the prefixed session. monitor path To specify a prefixed session for monitoring the path. The “no” form can only remove a session added with “monitor path” command. pos-chan. Number of seconds between screen updates. traffic display-interval Guidelines The valid interface types on Admin Partition include: admin 0. Mode Global Configuration more begin Displays more file output beginning with the line matched by the regular-expression. Inc. pos-subif. and null 0. loopback. port-chan. The valid interface types on Routing Partitions include: admin 0. gig-subif.

Inc. Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines The pipe symbol (|) is part of the command syntax and must be included. Regular-expression to be matched to control the result of the search.CLI Command Definitions Syntax more file-url | begin regular-expression Parameters Parameter file-url regular-expression Description Universal resource locator (url) of the file to search. Syntax more file-url | exclude regular-expression Parameters Parameter file-url regular-expression Description Universal resource locator (url) of the file to search. more include NetSocket. Regular-expression to match text that is to be excluded in the search.Proprietary and Confidential 5-189 . . more exclude Displays more file output excluding the lines matched by the regular-expression. Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines The pipe symbol (|) is part of the command syntax and must be included.

motd-banner Enables the message-of-the-day (MOTD) banner (default). Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines The pipe symbol (|) is part of the command syntax and must be included.Proprietary and Confidential 5-190 .CLI Command Definitions Displays more file output including only the lines matched by the regular-expression Syntax more file-url | include regular-expression Parameters Parameter file-url regular-expression Description Universal resource locator (url) of the file to search. Syntax mount cd Mode Privileged Exec NetSocket. Inc. Regular-expression to match text that is to be included in the search. . motd-banner no motd-banner Mode Line Configuration mount Mounts a compact disk contained within the compact disk drive. The no form of this command disables the banner.

NetSocket. If the values of IP MTU and MTU have been configured to be equal with each other and the MTU value is changed. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the NAR alert for all time intervals. default is 1500 for Admin. This is determined by subtracting the amount of time that no voice and/or data sessions are allowed.Proprietary and Confidential 5-191 . Loopback. Pos-chan. 16384 for Loopback. and Null. Tunnel) Subinterface Configuration (Port-chan) Guidelines There are more than one CLI commands used to configure MTU packet size. Null. for example. Null. Inc. and 68 to 9596 for Pos-chan. 68 to 9578 for Port-chan. NNET. The “IP MTU” value (set by the ip mtu command). The no form of this command sets the MTU value to the default value. 68 to 65535 for Loopback. The no form of the command with a single interval. represents the interface MTU setting specifically for the IP protocol. NNET. Mode Interface Configuration (Admin. and 4470 for Pos-chan and Tunnel. and Portchan. Syntax mtu bytes no mtu [bytes] Parameters Parameter bytes Description IP MTU value in bytes (non inclusive of layer 2 overhead). Port-chan. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. will disable the NAR alert for that time interval. . and Tunnel. Subinterface defaults are same as parent interface. The IP MTU value can be affected by changing the MTU value. The system will not allow the IP MTU value to be changed so that it is less than the MTU value. range is 68 to 1500 for Admin and NNET. changing the IP MTU value has no effect on the MTU value. However. regardless of set/clear threshold value. The “MTU” value (set by the mtu command) represents the interface MTU setting independent of a specific protocol.CLI Command Definitions mtu Sets the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) value on an interface. nar Network Availability Ratio (NAR) is a percentage of time the network is providing service. the IP MTU value is automatically changed to the new MTU value.

Syntax nar {[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] } no nar [[interval1 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3 set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4 set <set> clear <clear>] ] Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day.7] <string>] NetSocket.. The password would need to be configured at the SVP and the SVM. . set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day.CLI Command Definitions This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Network Availability Ratio. 00 to 100 where 00 implies off.Proprietary and Confidential 5-192 . Peering between SVPs is done automatically based on router interface connectivity as determined and distributed by the SVM. Value of ratio is greater than or equal to this value. Each SVP should be configured with the SVM as a neighbor and the SVM should be configured with each SVP as a neighbor. Since inter-SVP peering is done automatically. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. alert will clear. 00 to 100 Type/Range Default None None None None 00 clear 00 Mode Session thresholds configuration neighbor This command enables a COPS-RM neighbor relationship to be formed. Value of ratio is less than this value. all connections should use the same password. The TCP connection can be secured using an MD5 digest. Syntax neighbor <router-id> [password [0. alert will set. Inc. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold per time interval. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day.

the neighbor is automatically activated once the neighbor remote-as command has been issued.CLI Command Definitions no neighbor <router-id> [password [0. Once there are no address-families left on the peering session.Proprietary and Confidential 5-193 . The no form of this command disables the address-family on the peering session. password display encryption type Type/Range IP address in dotted notation String 0 to 7 Default None. password encryption type Mode None. according to the current Address Family Configuration Mode. MD5 case sensitive password string.7] <string>] Parameters Parameter router-id Description IP address identifying the router ID of the neighbor. Inc. it is shut down. . neighbor allowas-in NetSocket.. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} activate no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} activate Mode Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) Guidelines In IPv4. None COPS-RM router configuration neighbor activate Enables a specific address-family for the given neighbor.

range is 1 to 10. default is 3. Maximum number of times this router’s AS may appear in the update’s as-path.Proprietary and Confidential 5-194 . The no form of this command enables the routing updates. . IP address of the neighbor from which updates are received. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} allowas-in [as-repeat-count] no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} allowas-in [as-repeat-count] Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address allowas-in [as-repeat-count] Description Peer-group from which the updates are received.CLI Command Definitions Enables this RCP to accept updates from the specified peer-group or neighbor that include this router’s AS in the as-path. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor block-updates Disables sending and receiving routing updates to/from a peer router. Inc. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} block-updates no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} block-updates Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. The no form of this command disables this function.

neighbor capability orf as-path-list Enables Outbound AS-path Filter capabilities for a peer router. . both Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor capability orf comm-list NetSocket. Both send and receive capabilities are enabled. Inc. Route-filter is sent to the specified neighbor and is installed by the neighbor. Syntax neighbor {ip-address | peer-group-name} capability orf as-path-list [send | recv | both] no neighbor {ip-address | peer-group-name} capability orf as-path-list [send | recv | both] Parameters Parameter ip-address peer-group-name send recv Description Address of the neighbor router. IPv4 or IPv6 address of the neighbor router. Name of the BGP peer group.CLI Command Definitions peer-group ip-address Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Name of the BGP peer group. The no form of this command disables this function. Route-filter can be received from the specified neighbor and installed by the local router.Proprietary and Confidential 5-195 .

Both send and receive capabilities are enabled. Inc. Route-filter is sent to the specified neighbor and is installed by the neighbor. neighbor capability orf prefix-list Enables Outbound Prefix Filter capabilities for a peer router. Name of the BGP peer group. Route-filter can be received from the specified neighbor and installed by the local router.Proprietary and Confidential 5-196 . Syntax neighbor {ip-address | peer-group-name} capability orf comm-list [send | recv | both] no neighbor {ip-address | peer-group-name} capability orf comm-list [send | recv | both] Parameters Parameter ip-address peer-group-name send recv Description Address of the neighbor router.CLI Command Definitions Enables Outbound Community Filter capabilities for a peer router. . both Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) Guidelines This command cannot be invoked from VPNv4/VPNv6 RD configuration sub-mode. Syntax neighbor {ip-address | peer-group-name} capability orf prefix-list [send | recv | both] no neighbor {ip-address | peer-group-name} capability orf prefix-list [send | recv | both] NetSocket.

Both send and receive capabilities are enabled. neighbor description This command associates a description string with a copsrm neighbor. Route-filter is sent to the specified neighbor and is installed by the neighbor. Syntax neighbor <router-id> description <string> no neighbor <router-id> description <string> Parameters Parameter Description Type/Range Default NetSocket. . The description is only for user convenience. The no form regardless of parameter value removes the description string. Inc.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter ip-address peer-group-name send recv Description Address of the neighbor router. both Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) Guidelines This command cannot be invoked from VPNv4/VPNv6 RD configuration sub-mode.Proprietary and Confidential 5-197 . Route-filter can be received from the specified neighbor and installed by the local router. Name of the BGP peer group.

Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} distribute-list {access-list-id} {in | out} no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} distribute-list {access-list-id} {in | out} Parameters Parameter ip-address peer-group-name access-list-id in out Description Address of the neighbor router. . Name of the BGP peer group. IP address in dotted notation String None. Applies filtering to inbound routes from the specified peer-group or neighbor Applies filtering to outbound routes to the specified peer-group or neighbor. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) NetSocket. Text description string up to 80 characters. Inc. description None. The no form of this command disables the filtering.Proprietary and Confidential 5-198 .CLI Command Definitions router-id IP address identifying the router ID of the neighbor. Access list that determines filtered routes. Mode COPS-RM router configuration -> router(config-router)# neighbor distribute-list Establishes filters on inbound or outbound routes matching the specified access-list.

Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) ttl-value NetSocket. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} ebgp-multihop [ttl-value] no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} ebgp-multihop [ttl-value] Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address Description BGP peer-group with which to establish an external BGP multihop session. The no form of this command removes the ebgp multihop neighbor session. The no form of this command enables the router to perform Capability Parameter negotiation (default). Inc. IPv4 or IPv6 address of the BGP peer with which to establish an external BGP multihop session. . connected. range is 1 to 255.CLI Command Definitions neighbor dont-capability-negotiate Enables the router to perform Capability Parameter negotiation in BGP Open messages. default is 255. Time-to-live value (max hop count) of the ebgp multihop neighbor. but not physically. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} dont-capability-negotiate no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} dont-capability-negotiate Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) neighbor ebgp-multihop Creates a BGP neighbor session with an external BGP peer that is logically.Proprietary and Confidential 5-199 .

Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} eliminate-private-as [in | out] no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} eliminate-private-as [in | out] Parameters Parameter peer-group Description AS-path contains no private AS system numbers in routing updates to or from this BGP peer-group. NetSocket. AS-path contains no private AS system numbers in routing updates to or from this BGP peer address Private autonomous system numbers are eliminated from the as-path in routing updates from the specified neighbor Private autonomous system numbers are eliminated from the as-path in routing updates to the specified neighbor ip-address in out Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) Guidelines If neither in nor out is specified. . This command can be set independently for each peer-group member.CLI Command Definitions neighbor eliminate-private-as Removes all private autonomous system numbers from the as-path in routing updates to or from the specified neighbor. Inc. private-as numbers are removed from both incoming and outgoing routing updates.Proprietary and Confidential 5-200 . The no form of this command disables this function (default).

Applies filtering to outbound routes to the specified peer-group or neighbor.CLI Command Definitions neighbor filter-list (normal) Sets up filters on inbound or outbound BGP routes in the as-path access-list specified. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor filter-list (weight) Sets filters on and assigns a network weight to inbound BGP routes that match the as-path access-list specified. Address of the BGP peer to which the filtering applies. The no form of this command removes the filtering and weight assignment. Inc. AS-path access list that determines filtered BGP routes.Proprietary and Confidential 5-201 . . Applies filtering to inbound routes from the specified peer-group or neighbor. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} filter-list {as-path-access-list-id} {in | out} no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} filter-list {as-path-access-list-id} {in | out} Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address as-path-access-list-id in out Description BGP peer-group to which the filtering applies. Syntax NetSocket. The no form of this command removes the filtering.

Network weight to be assigned to incoming routes that match the as-path list. AS-path access list that determines filtered BGP routes.Proprietary and Confidential 5-202 .CLI Command Definitions neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} filter-list as-path-access-list-id weight weight-value no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} filter-list as-path-access-list-id weight weight-value Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address as-path-access-list-id weight-value Description BGP peer-group to which the filtering applies. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor local-as Enables this router to be a member of a second autonomous AS (the local-as-number). Address of the BGP peer to which the filtering applies. The no form of this command removes the router’s membership from the second AS. Inc. which is used when peering with the specified external neighbor or peer-group. range is 0 to 65535. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} local-as local-as-number [no-prepend] no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} local-as [local-as-number [no-prepend]] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. .

Forces EBGP peers not to prepend their asnumber to the as-path string of advertised routes when local-as is used. if created with define as) of the second AS to which this router is being added. the RCP appears to be a member of the localasnumber rather than its primary AS number. The no form of this command removes the maximum-prefix limit for the neighbor (default). Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} maximum-prefix prefix-limit [warning-threshold] [warningonly] no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} maximum-prefix [prefix-limit [warning-threshold] [warning-only]] Parameters Parameter peer-group Description BGP peer-group for which the prefix limit is being specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-203 . ip-address local-as-number no-prepend Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor maximum-prefix Sets how many prefixes can be received from the specified neighbor. NetSocket. the RCP appears to be a member of the localas-number rather than its primary AS number.CLI Command Definitions peer-group When peering with this BGP peer-group. Inc. . Autonomous system number (or symbol. When peering with this BGP peer.

Maximum number of prefixes that can be received from the specified neighbor. warning-threshold After the RCP has received this percentage of the maximum number of prefixes from the specified neighbor. warnings are generated but the session is not ended. NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions ip-address prefix-limit IPv4 or IPv6 address of the BGP peer for which the prefix limit is being specified. range is 1 to 4294967295. Inc. the RCP begins to generate warning signals. default is 75 percent. range is 1 to 100 percent of the prefix-limit.Proprietary and Confidential 5-204 . The no form of this command disables this function (default). no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} next-hop-self Parameters Parameter peer-group Description BGP peer-group that will receive routes with this (the RCP being configured) router’s address as the next-hop router. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} next-hop-self. warning-only Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor next-hop-self Sets this router’s address as the next-hop router in routes sent to the neighbor specified. . Router continues to peer with the specified neighbor even after the maximum number of prefixes has been reached.

Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} next-hop-unchanged no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} next-hop-unchanged Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) Description Next-hop BGP peer-group. Next-hop IP address.Proprietary and Confidential 5-205 . The no form of this command disables this function (default).CLI Command Definitions ip-address Address of the BGP peer that will receive routes with this (the RCP being configured) router’s address as the next-hop router. . NetSocket. Inc. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor next-hop-unchanged Enables an exterior BGP (eBGP) multihop peer to propagate the next hop without changing it.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-206 . neighbor peer-group (creation) Creates a BGP peer-group. Type of encryption to use when storing and displaying the MD5 password. range is 0 to 7. Password of up to 80 letters. The no form of this command removes the peer-group and all of its members. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} password [encryption-type] password-string no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} password [encryption-type] [password-string] Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address encryption-type Description BGP peer-group with which to use MD5 authentication. Address of the BGP peer with which to use MD5 authentication. Inc. password-string Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Guidelines If the command password-encryption has been enabled. all passwords are encrypted for storage and display. default is 0 (no encryption). The no form of this command disables the MD5 authentication (default). regardless of the encryption type specified with this command. Syntax neighbor peer-group peer-group no neighbor peer-group peer-group Parameters NetSocket. .CLI Command Definitions neighbor password Enables MD5 authentication on a TCP connection between two BGP peers.

no member of the peer group can have an as-number that matches the as-number of the BGP instance. the asnumber of all members must match the as-number of the BGP instance. Inc. If the peer group itself has an as-number. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) NetSocket. neighbor peer-group (member add or delete) Adds members to the specified peer group. If the peer group is internal. The group members are all either internal or external based on the as-number of the group If the peer group has an implicit (from its members) remote-as. Name of the peer group that is having members added or removed. A peer group can be either all internal or all external. all members of the peer-group inherit that as-number and cannot change it while a member of the group.Proprietary and Confidential 5-207 . that implicit remote-as and the internal/external restrictions on adding members are removed when all members are removed from the peer group. Syntax neighbor ip-address peer-group peer-group no neighbor ip-address peer-group peer-group Parameters Parameter ip-address peer-group Description Address of the BGP peer being added to or removed from the peer-group.CLI Command Definitions Parameter peer-group Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Guidelines Description Name of the peer-group being created. . The no form of this command removes members from the specified peer-group. If the peer group is external.

If the attribute is not set in the group. If the attribute is not set in the group. the member will revert to the group value for the attribute. • ebgp-multihop — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. it is not set in the member. If a member-settable group attribute is set (by command) on a peer-group member. • maximum-prefix — The attribute is not inherited if the member has an attribute of this type set. Inc.CLI Command Definitions Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) Guidelines If an attribute is set on a peer group. • eliminate-private-as [out] — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. it is not set in the member. If the attribute is not set in the group. NetSocket. • dont-capability-negotiate — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. • eliminate-private-as [in] — The attribute is not inherited if the member has an attribute of this type set. If the attribute is not set in the group. it is not set in the member. • filter-list (out) — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. that attribute will override the peer-group value. Otherwise the member will reset to the default advertisement interval. it is not set in the member.Proprietary and Confidential 5-208 . it is not set in the member. it is not set in the member. • advertisement interval — If the attribute is set to non-default in the group attributes. Inheritance rules for joining the peer-group are listed below: • advertise-map exist-map — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. • description — The attribute is not inherited if the member has an attribute of this type set. it is not set in the member. it is not set in the member. • filter-list (weight) — The attribute is not inherited if the member has an attribute of this type set. • next-hop-self — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. • distribute-list (in) — The attribute is not inherited if the member has an attribute of this type set. If the attribute is not set in the group. it is not set in the member. the members automatically inherit the attribute overriding any current setting. it is inherited. • distribute-list (out) — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. If the attribute is not set in the group. If the attribute is not set in the group. If the attribute is not set in the group. • next-hop-unchanged — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. • advertise-map non-exist-map — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. If the value is removed. • default-originate — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. • allowas-in — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. . If the attribute is not set in the group. • local-as — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. If the attribute is not set in the group. it is not set in the member. If the attribute is not set in the group. it is not set in the member. If the attribute is not set in the group. it is not set in the member. Value may include no commands (such as no shutdown) which change an attribute of the peer-group member so that its different than the attribute of the group.

• route-reflector-client — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. • remote-as — If the attribute is set in the group. If the attribute is not set in the group. • prefix-list (in) — The attribute is not inherited if the member has an attribute of this type set. • remove-private-as — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. If the attribute is not set in the group. If the group is up. it is not set in the member. • route-map (out) — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. If the attribute is not set in the group. The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group.Proprietary and Confidential 5-209 . it is not set in the member. • update-source — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. it is not set in the member. If the group has no password attribute. it is not set in the member. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} precedence precedence NetSocket. If the attribute is not set in the group. Inc. The precedence value of the peer group as a whole controls the precedence of the peer-group and its members in relationship to other peers and peer-groups. it is not set in the member. If the attribute is not set in the group. • timers — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. The no form of this command causes the RCP to set the precedence value to 0 (default). it is not set in the member. The precedence value of a peer group member is relative to the other members of the peer group. it is inherited by the peer. • unsuppress-map — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. . • shutdown — If the group is shut down. it is not set in the member. • send-community — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. • version — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. If the attribute is not set in the group. • prefix-list (out) — The attribute in the member is set identical to the value set in the group. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) neighbor precedence Sets the specified neighbor’s precedence for disp lay and relative importance. it is not set in the member. • precedence — The attribute is not inherited. it is not set in the member.CLI Command Definitions • password — If a password attribute exists in the group. the existing value is kept in the member. it is not set in the member. If the attribute is not set in the group. the member will inherit the attribute and set soft-reconfiguration on. If the attribute is not set in the group. If the attribute is not set in the group. the member will be shut down. If the attribute is not set in the group. • route-map (in) — The attribute is not inherited if the member has an attribute of this type set. • soft-reconfiguration inbound — If the group has soft-reconfiguration set “on”. If the attribute is not set in the group. the member will be created in the “up” state. the value is inherited overriding that set in the member. the member password is unchanged.

IP address of the BGP peer to which this precedence value applies. Applies filtering to inbound routes from the specified peer-group or neighbor.CLI Command Definitions no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} precedence [precedence] Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address precedence Description BGP peer-group to which this precedence value applies. Prefix list to be applied to determine filtered routes. The no form of this command disables the filtering. . Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} prefix-list prefix-list-id {in | out} no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} prefix-list prefix-list-id {in | out} Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address prefix-list-id in out Description BGP peer-group to which the filtering applies. Precedence to be used for this neighbor. range is 0 to 65535. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) neighbor prefix-list Establishes filters on inbound or outbound routes in the specified prefix-list. default is 0. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-210 . Address of the BGP peer to which the filtering applies. Applies filtering to outbound routes to the specified peer-group or neighbor. NetSocket.

CLI Command Definitions Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor remote-as Sets a neighbor to the BGP neighbor table. Syntax NetSocket. The no form of this command removes the specified neighbor from the table. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) neighbor remove-private-as Removes private autonomous system numbers from the AS_path in outbound routing updates to the specified neighbor. Inc. Address of the neighbor BGP peer to be added. Neighbor’s autonomous system number (or symbol.Proprietary and Confidential 5-211 . The no form of this command disables this function (default). . if created with define as). Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} remote-as as-number no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} [remote-as [as-number]] Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address as-number Description Neighbor BGP peer-group to be added.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-212 . Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} route-map route-map-name {in | out} no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} route-map route-map-name {in | out} Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address Description BGP peer-group to which the route-map applies.CLI Command Definitions neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} remove-private-as no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} remove-private-as Parameters Parameter peer-group Description AS-path contains no private AS system numbers in routing updates to this BGP peer-group. AS-path contains no private AS system numbers in routing updates to this BGP peer address. The no form of this command stops the specified route-map from being applied. Inc. NetSocket. Address of the BGP peer to which the routemap applies. . ip-address Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor route-map Enables the specified route-map to be applied to incoming or outgoing route updates to the specified neighbor.

Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor route-reflector-client Enables the router to be a BGP route reflector and sets the specified neighbor as its client. . Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-213 . Applies the route-map to outbound routes to the specified peer-group or neighbor. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} route-reflector-client no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} route-reflector-client Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address Description BGP peer-group that will be a client of this BGP route-reflector. The no form of this command removes the neighbor as a client.CLI Command Definitions route-map-name in out Route-map to be applied to ingoing or outgoing routes. Applies the route-map to inbound routes from the specified peer-group or neighbor. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) NetSocket. Address of the BGP peer that will be a client of this BGP route-reflector.

Sends only standard COMMUNITY attributes (default if no type is specified). The no form of this command disables the router from sending COMMUNITY attributes (default). Sends only extended COMMUNITY attributes. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} send-community [both | extended | standard] no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} send-community [both | extended | standard] Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address both extended standard Description BGP peer-group to which COMMUNITY attributes are sent.CLI Command Definitions Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor send-community Enables the router to send COMMUNITY attributes to the specified BGP neighbor. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-214 . . Sends both standard and extended COMMUNITY attributes. Address of the BGP peer to which COMMUNITY attributes are sent. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor shutdown NetSocket.

IPv4 or IPv6 address of the BGP peer from which to store inbound routing updates to be used on an inbound soft. The no form of this command allows the connection to be established. Inc. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} soft-reconfiguration inbound no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} soft-reconfiguration inbound Parameters Parameter peer-group Description BGP peer-group from which to store inbound routing updates to be used on an inbound soft-reconfiguration. ip-address Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) NetSocket. Type/Range IP address in dotted notation Default None. .reconfiguration. Syntax neighbor <router-id> shutdown no neighbor <router-id> shutdown Parameters Parameter router-id Description IP address identifying the router ID of the neighbor. The no form of this command disables the storage of updates from the specified neighbor.CLI Command Definitions This command closes the connection with this COPS-RM peer. Mode COPS-RM router configuration neighbor soft-reconfiguration inbound Enables the router to store the received updates from the specified neighbor. so that they can be used on an inbound soft-reconfiguration (default for all neighbors).Proprietary and Confidential 5-215 .

The no form of this command regardless of parameter value. removes the neighbor setting and the global configuration is used instead. The no form of this command disables this function. A keep alive timer value of 0 turns off the sending of keep alive messages. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} unsuppress-map route-map-name no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} unsuppress-map route-map-name NetSocket. Syntax neighbor <router-id> timers <tx-keep-alive-interval> <rx-dead-interval> no neighbor <router-id> timers <tx-keep-alive-interval> <rx-dead-interval> Parameters Parameter router-id Description IP address identifying the router ID of the neighbor.CLI Command Definitions Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor timers This command specifies the COPS-RM keep alive and dead timer values for a neighbor. Time in seconds between sending of keep alive messages.Proprietary and Confidential 5-216 . tx-keep-aliveinterval rx-dead-interval 60 180 Mode COPS-RM router configuration neighbor unsuppress-map Applies the specified route-map toward the specified neighbor to selectively unsuppress routes suppressed by aggregation. Type/Range IP address in dotted notation 0-65535 seconds 0-65535 seconds Default None. Time lapse between messages before peer is assumed dead. . Inc.

CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address route-map-name Description BGP peer-group toward which the routemap is applied. Address of the BGP peer that will use the interface for TCP connections with this router. which is called the best local address.Proprietary and Confidential 5-217 . . Route-map to be applied to ingoing or outgoing routes. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} update-source interface-name no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} update-source [interface-name] Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address Description BGP peer-group that will use the interface for TCP connections with this router. interface-name NetSocket. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) neighbor update-source Enables internal BGP sessions on the router to use the specified interface for TCP connections with the specified neighbor. The no form of this command restores the interface assignment to the closest interface. BGP peer toward which the route-map is applied. {loopback loopback-number | port-chan channel-number[.subinterface] | pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnel-number}. Inc.

The no form of this command removes the weight assignment for this neighbor. Routes learned from this neighbor will have the assigned weight initially. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} version version-number no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} version [version-number] Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address interface-name Description BGP peer-group for which the BGP version is being set. the only valid value is 4.Proprietary and Confidential 5-218 . Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) neighbor weight Sets a network weight to routes from the specified neighbor. Syntax neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} weight weight-value no neighbor {peer-group | ip-address} weight [weight-value] NetSocket. BGP version number to be used with this neighbor. Address of the BGP peer for which the BGP version is being set.CLI Command Definitions Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) neighbor version Sets a particular BGP version to be used with the specified neighbor. The no form of this command uses the neighbor’s default BGP version. . Inc.

No flow records are saved to disk. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) Guidelines The weights assigned in route-maps override the weights assigned using the neighbor weight and neighbor filter-list commands. Depending on the desired visibility and the available processing and storage on the SVP. . The records are analyzed per router interface direction. Network weight to be assigned to incoming routes from the specified neighbor. Address of the BGP peer to which the network weight applies.Proprietary and Confidential 5-219 . Using the NetSocket GUI. the operator can configure IP subnets or layer 4 port ranges so that multiple flows can be viewed as a single user in the list of user flows. Inc.  not-saved . netflow-collection The SVP can be enabled to collect NetFlow records using this command. range is 0 to 65535. As the SVP receives records it identifies the top users of the interface bandwidth. the SVP must save the flow records associated with that user. The system will still give summarized NetSocket. Each router for which the SVP should collect NetFlow information must be enabled via the netflow-receive command. The flow-record parameter controls how this information is saved.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter peer-group ip-address interface-name Description BGP peer-group to which the network weight applies. This command also provisions the aggregation limit used by the SVP. The number of top users the SVP will identify is controlled by the aggregation-limit parameter. In order to provide to a second level of inspection for a specific user. This command provisions up to two ports that the SVP will listen to for NetFlow records. the system can save the netflow information differently.

Second UDP port for receiving NetFlow records. . This allows the best detailed visibility but requires the most overhead. application-aggregation . Type/Range 1000-65535 1000-65535 10-100 Default 9995 Disabled 30 not-saved no-aggregation aggregation application-aggregation applicationaggregation Mode Global Configuration netflow-receive NetSocket. For example a specific host IP is saved as the subnet the host resides in. This allows inspection of end-points while reducing the number of redundant application flows. This reduces the storage requirement while allowing for inspection per aggregation.CLI Command Definitions utilization but no detailed inspection is possible. Syntax netflow-collection [udp-port1 <udp-port1> [udp-port2 <udp-port2>]] [aggregation-limit <aggregation-limit>] [flow-record { not-saved | no-aggregation | aggregation | applicationaggregation}] no netflow-collection [udp-port1 <udp-port1> [udp-port2 <udp-port2>]] [aggregation-limit <aggregation-limit>] [flow-record { not-saved | no-aggregation | aggregation | applicationaggregation}] Parameters Parameter udp-port1 udp-port2 aggregationlimit flow-record Description UDP port for receiving NetFlow records.Only the layer 4 port. aggregation . protocol and DSCP fields of the flow records are saved with an aggregation value.The original flow identifier is saved for all fields. Bounds the size of the top users that will be tracked per router interface direction. The no form of this command regardless of parameters returns the system to the default state. no-aggregation .The original flow identifier is replaced by an aggregation value.Proprietary and Confidential 5-220 . Defines how flow records are stored. See explanation above.    By default the SVP will not listen for NetFlow records.. Inc..

If a previously received template is not refreshed within this timeout period.Proprietary and Confidential 5-221 . Syntax netflow-receive ip-address <ip-address> [template-timeout <template-timeout>] no netflow-receive [ip-address <ip-address>] [template-timeout <template-timeout>] Parameters Parameter ip-address templatetimeout Description Source IP address in sender's Netflow messages. 1-3600 minutes Type/Range Default disabled 35 Mode Topology map router configuration netstat Displays network status information. Mode Privileged Exec NetSocket. This command identifies the source IP address used by the sending router. The no form of this command regardless of parameters returns the system to the default state. . Syntax netstat [routing-tables][partition partition-number] Parameters Parameter partition-number Description Router partition from which information is requested. The netflow-receive command enables reception of records from a specific router. By default the SVP will not process records received from routers.CLI Command Definitions The SVP can be enabled to collect NetFlow records using the netflow-collector command. Inc. the template is no longer considered valid. range is 0-5. A template-timeout parameter is also available for timing out stale version 9 templates. Records received from routers which have not been enabled will be ignored.

D — Created dynamically. L — Link address translation. . Conn — Kernel address of the protocol control block. 3 — Protocol-specific routing flag #3. H — Host entry. U — Route usable. Flags — Information about the route indicated by the following character flags: 1 — Protocol-specific routing flag #1. Nextref — Kernel link list link address. (state) — State of the active socket. 2 — Protocol-specific routing flag #2.Proprietary and Confidential 5-222 . M — Modified dynamically. Local Address — Local address of the active socket. R — Host or net unreachable. Destination — Destination to use when forwarding packets. X — External daemon translates protocol to link address. Foreign Address — Remote address of the active socket. Inode — Kernel address of the file system object handle. Proto — Protocol of active sockets. Output Address — Local address. Syntax network {ip-address [mask netmask] | ip-address/mask-length} [weight weight-value] [routemap route-map-name] [backdoor] NetSocket. Expire — Time (in seconds) until the route expires.CLI Command Definitions Guidelines If a partition number is not specified. G — Forwarding by gateway. Gateway — Gateway to use when forwarding packets. Netif — Name of network interface. B — Discard packets. Recv-Q — Receive queue size in bytes. network Sets a network to be advertised by this router. S — Statically added. C — Clone new routes. Send-Q — Send queue size in bytes. Add — Name of files system object. Inc. Refs — Referencing socket linked list. The no form of this command removes the network from the list of advertised routes. b — Route represents a broadcast address. W — Route was cloned. c — Protocol-specified clone new routes. information is retrieved from the active partition.

CLI Command Definitions no network {ip-address [mask network-mask] | ip-address/mask-length} [weight weight-value] [route-map route-map-name] [backdoor] Parameters Parameter ip-address netmask ip-address/mask-length weight-value route-map-name backdoor Description IP address of the network that BGP will advertise. Specifies that this is a backdoor network (treated as a local network and preferred over external BGP routes).Proprietary and Confidential 5-223 . IP address and mask length of the network that BGP will advertise. network area Enables one or more interfaces to run OSPF. Network weight assigned to the network that BGP will advertise. Route-map to be applied when BGP advertises this network. Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) Guidelines ip-address netmask or ip-address/mask-length must be of ipv4 address format if this command is invoked in one of the IPv4/VPNv4 address family modes (Unicast/Unicast VRF and Multicast). Netmask of the IP address that BGP will advertise. ip-address netmask or ip-address/mask-length must be of ipv6 address format if this command is invoked in one of the IPv6/VPNv6 address family modes (Unicast/Unicast VRF and Multicast). Inc. and specifies the areas to which those OSPF NetSocket. .

Area to be deleted. expressed in decimal format. expressed in decimal format. The no form of this command disables OSPF for the interface(s) defined by the IP address and mask. area-id ip-address Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) no area Removes the specified OSPF area. range is 0 to 4294967295. Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) NetSocket. Area to which matching interfaces are assigned. expressed as an IP address (dotted decimal). they will be assigned to the specified area. range is 0 to 4294967295. Syntax no area {area-id | ip-address} Parameters Parameter area-id ip-address Description Area to be deleted. expressed as an ip address (dotted decimal). Inc.CLI Command Definitions interfaces belong. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-224 . Syntax network ip-address wildmask area {area-id | ip-address} no network ip-address wildmask area {area-id | ip-address} Parameters Parameter ip-address wildmask Description When interfaces match this ip address and inverse mask. Area to which matching interfaces are assigned.

Syntax ntp authentication-key key-number md5 [encryption-type] key-value no ntp authentication-key key-number [md5 [encryption-type] key-value] Parameters Parameter key-number md5 encryption-type Description Key number.Proprietary and Confidential 5-225 . range is 1 to 8 alpha-numericsymbolic characters (cannot begin with a “#” character and spaces are not allowed). Syntax ntp authenticate no ntp authenticate Mode Global Configuration ntp authentication-key Specifies an authentication key for the NTP authentication feature. . Specifies whether the key that follows is encrypted. ntp authenticate Enables the NTP authentication feature (default). Key value. Use Message Digest 5 algorithm.CLI Command Definitions Guidelines Before removing an OSPF area. key-value Mode NetSocket. the associated networks must be removed from the area with the no network area command. The no form of this command disables the NTP authentication feature. Inc. range is 1 to 65534. The no form of this command removes an authentication key. and a value of 7 indicates the following key is encrypted. A value of 0 (default) indicates the following key is not encrypted.

Syntax ntp broadcast client no ntp broadcast client Mode Global Configuration ntp broadcastdelay NetSocket. Null. ntp-version Mode Interface Configuration (Admin. Syntax ntp broadcast *[key key-number | version ntp-version] no ntp broadcast *[key key-number | version ntp-version] Parameters Parameter key-number Description Authentication key number. The no form of this command disables the system from utilizing packets received from NTP broadcast servers (default). Loopback. range is 1 to 4. . default is 4. Port-chan. default is no encryption. NTP version number. range is 1 to 65534 (as determined by the ntp authentication-key command). The no form of this command disables an interface to send NTP broadcast packets (default). NNET.Proprietary and Confidential 5-226 . Inc. Tunnel) Subinterface Configuration (Port-chan) ntp broadcast client Enables the system to utilize packets received from NTP broadcast servers.CLI Command Definitions Global Configuration ntp broadcast Enables an interface to send Network Time Protocol (NTP) broadcast packets. Pos-chan.

range is 1 to 999999. The no form of this command disables NTP operation. Syntax ntp broadcastdelay microseconds no ntp broadcastdelay [microseconds] Parameters Parameter microseconds Description Delay value in microseconds. . Syntax ntp on NetSocket. The no form of this command sets the delay value to the default value. Syntax ntp master [stratum] no ntp master [stratum] Parameters Parameter stratum Mode Global Configuration Description Stratum number. The no form of this command disables this function (default). Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-227 . Mode Global Configuration ntp master Enables the router to be configured as an independent time source based on the local clock of the router.CLI Command Definitions Sets the delay value between the NTP broadcast server and the RCP. ntp on Enables NTP (Network Time Protocol) operation (default). range is 1 to 15. default is 4000.

NetSocket. Syntax ntp peer ip-address *[key key-number | prefer | version ntp-version] no ntp peer ip-address *[key key-number | prefer | version ntp-version] Parameters Parameter ip-address key-number Description IP address of the peer. Inc. Authentication key number. default is 4. range is 1 to 4. the system clock value will be synchronized to the NTP server in the following manner: a) if the difference between the system clock and the NTP server is 128ms or less. The no form of this command removes NTP access control restrict-list entries.CLI Command Definitions no ntp on Mode Global Configuration Guidelines When NTP is enabled and configured to synchronize with an NTP server.5ms per second until synchronized. range is 1 to 65534 (as determined by the ntp authentication-key command). The no form of this command disables system clock peer-type synchronization with an NTP server (default). default is no encryption. prefer ntp-version Mode Global Configuration ntp restrict-list Creates NTP access control restrict-list entries. the system clock value will be instantly synchronized to the NTP server value. the system clock value will be slowly “slewed” toward the NTP server value at a rate of 0. If the difference between the system clock and the NTP server is greater than 128ms. ntp peer Enables system clock peer-type synchronization with an NTP server. Specifies that this is the preferred peer. . NTP version number.Proprietary and Confidential 5-228 .

Ignore all packets from NTP hosts that match this address. The IP address is then stored as part of the running configuration. Ignore all NTP packets except control packets. Optional mask of ip-address.Proprietary and Confidential 5-229 . The NTP server can be configured using the hostname. Syntax ntp server {ip-address | hostname} *[key key-number | prefer | version ntp-version] no ntp server {ip-address | hostname} *[key key-number | prefer | version ntp-version] NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions Syntax ntp restrict-list {ip-address [netmask] | ip-address/mask-length} *{ignore | nomodify | nopeer | noquery | noserve | notrust} no ntp restrict-list {ip-address [netmask] | ip-address/mask-length} *{ignore | nomodify | nopeer | noquery | noserve | notrust} Parameters Parameter ip-address netmask ip-address/mask-length ignore nomodify nopeer noquery noserve notrust Description IP address of NTP host. The no form of this command disables system clock client-type synchronization with an NTP server (default). Ignore all NTP information queries from the NTP host. Inc. Do not use the NTP host as a synchronization source. Ignore all re-configuration packets from the NTP host. . Mode Global Configuration ntp server Enables system clock client-type synchronization with an NTP server. IP address and prefix length. Provide time service to the NTP host but do not allocate peer memory resources. The system will perform DNS lookup and resolve the name to an IP address.

NTP version number. Inc.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. . Hostname of the NTP server. This requires that a domain name server is configured. Syntax ntp source interface-name no ntp source [interface-name] Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chan channelnumber[. range is 1 to 4. prefer ntp-version Mode Global Configuration ntp source Sets the source IP address for all transmitted NTP packets to that of a specified interface.Proprietary and Confidential 5-230 . default is no encryption. Authentication key number. Specifies that this is the preferred server. Mode Global Configuration ntp trusted-key Selects the authentication key to be used for authenticating received NTP packets. default is 4.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter ip address hostname key-number Description IP address of the NTP server. The no form of this command removes the specification of a source IP address (default). range is 1 to 65534 (as determined by the ntp authentication-key command). NetSocket. The no form of this command disables authentication of received NTP packets (default).

Syntax ntptrace Mode User EXEC offline Specifies what actions should be taken when transitioning from any state to the offline state.Proprietary and Confidential 5-231 . . range is 1 to 65534. Syntax offline command-string Parameters Parameter command-string Description List of commands (separated by semicolons) to be executed in sequence. Inc. Mode Protmon Configuration NetSocket. Mode Global Configuration ntptrace Displays the route from the RCP to the originating ntp clock source.CLI Command Definitions Syntax ntp trusted-key key-number no ntp trusted-key key-number Parameters Parameter key-number Description Authentication key number.

Parameters Parameter instance-id Mode Traceoptions Configuration Description OSPF instance identification.. ospf alternative-abr Enables alternative Area Border Router (ABR) implementation. the RCP will not advertise itself as an ABR. no ospf [instance-id]. if the RCP is attached to multiple OSPF areas but does not have afunctional connection to the OSPF backbone area. Note: This command will overwrite OSPF instance created using the “router ospf” command. Syntax ospf [instance-id]. Each command has a no form to delete the configured feature.. Inc.CLI Command Definitions ospf Enables debug messages of specified OSPF instances (or all instances if none specified) to be placed in the trace file.Proprietary and Confidential 5-232 . The no form of this commanddisables this function (default). The no form of this command disables debug messages of specifiedOSPF instances (or all instances if none specified) from being placed in the trace file (default)... ospf area This is a group of functions that configure OSPF multi-area parameters. Syntax ospf alternative-abr no ospf alternative-abr Mode Global Configuration Guidelines With this feature enabled. Itwill consider itself an internal router. . NetSocket.

Multiple OSPF neighbors can be specified in topology map. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-233 . Syntax ospf-topology-neighbor<ifname>area {<ip-address> |<area-id>} ospf-id<ospf-id> no ospf-topology-neighbor<ifname>area {<ip-address> |<area-id>} ospf-id<ospf-id> Parameters Parameter ifname ip-address Description name of the interface area ID in IP address format Type/Range String Default None NetSocket. Inc. ospf-topology-neighbor To add an OSPF neighbor into the SVP managed topology. Enables authentication in area Specifies MD5 authentication Defines a stub area ABR does not send Type 3 LSAs into the stub area Configures not-so-stubby area Disables sending of Type 3 LSAs in NSSA authentication message-digest stub no-summary nssa no-summary Mode Topology map configuration. use the ospf-topology-neighbor command in topology-map configuration mode.CLI Command Definitions Syntax ospf area {<area-id>} authentication [message-digest] ospf area { <area-id> } stub [no-summary] ospf area {<area-id>} nssa [no-summary] no ospf area {<area-id>} no ospf area {<area-id>} authentication [message-digest] no ospf area { <area-id> } stub [no-summary] no ospf area {<area-id>} nssa [no-summary] Parameters Parameter <area-id> Description A mandatory parameter that specifies the OSPF area ID in decimal.

10. The no form of this command disables packet routing debug messages from being placed in the trace file (default).Proprietary and Confidential 5-234 . Inc. . range is 0 to 500 (internally entry isrounded down to 0 and multiples of 10.20. default for Port-chan and Poschan is 0. Pos-chan. default for Loopback and Tunnel is30. Syntax packet pacing rate milliseconds no packet pacing rate [milliseconds] Parameters Parameter milliseconds Description The packet pacing rate in milliseconds. Port-chan.30. example 0. Syntax packet no packet Mode Traceoptions Configuration packet pacing rate Sets the interval at which this interface sends successive Link State PDUs (LSPs).CLI Command Definitions area-id ospf-id Mode area ID in integer format ospf process ID Topology map configuration packet Enables packet routing debug messages to be placed in the trace file. The no form ofthis command sets the interval to the default value. Mode Interface Configuration (Loopback.). Tunnel) Subinterface Configuration (Port-chan) NetSocket.

{loopback loopback-number | port-chan channel-number[. and OSPF neighbor passwords. The no form of thiscommand disables password encryption (default). Syntax passive-interface {default | interface-name} no passive-interface [default | interface-name] Parameters Parameter default interface-name Description Disables sending of routing updates from all of the RCP’s interfaces. IS-IS.Proprietary and Confidential 5-235 . Syntax password-encryption no password-encryption Mode Global Configuration Guidelines This command enables or disables encryption for BGP. and OSPF neighbor passwordsonly. and authentication key passwords arealways encrypted. The no form of this command re-enables sending of routing updates from the interface.CLI Command Definitions passive-interface (OSPF) Disables the sending of routing updates from the specified interface. Inc. pcap-enable NetSocket. privileged mode passwords.subinterface] |pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnel-number}. IS-IS. Username passwords. Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) password-encryption Enables password encryption for BGP. .

If the prefix of the destination ID is defined in the non-standard list (see session-non-std-dest command). Otherwise.Proprietary and Confidential 5-236 . To understand the system behavior for this command the following scenarios are identified:  Scrambling enabled with a password: Users that upload wav files without providing a password or an incorrect password receive a scrambled version of the file. the std-dly is used. Syntax pcap-enable [[encrypted] upload-password <upload-password>][scramble] no pcap-enable [[[encrypted] upload-password <upload-password>] [scramble]] Parameters Parameter encrypted upload-password scramble Mode Global Configure Description The encrypted keyword is used for encrypting the output of the running configuration. regardless of parameters. When the system allowed disk space is exhausted. the RTP data upload to the browser can be password protected and scrambled. older files are deleted. pdd The Post Dial Delay (PDD) threshold is the percentage of call sessions with a PDD that exceeds the std-dly or non-std-dly configured. The password that must be entered when a request is made to retrieve RTP pcap file from the browser. . Scrambling slightly distorts the signal level information such that visual analysis is still possible. If the percentage of sessions with excessive PDD is greater than or equal to the defined NetSocket. the speech is unrecognizable.CLI Command Definitions This command is used to enable saving RTP streams analyzed for analogue metrics to disk. Scramble wav file before uploading. Default is off. The wav files are upload without scrambling if the password provided matches the configured password. Password enabled with no scrambling. Users that upload wav files and provide the correct password receive unscrambled wav files. Inc. Scrambling enabled with no password. No password and no scrambling. The wav files are always uploaded unscrambled. the non-std-dly is used. The delays are specified in milliseconds.    The no form of this command. However. For security purposes. The system determines which delay to use based on the destination ID of the session. The wav files are always scrambled prior to upload. disables the saving of the RTP streams to disk.

the APDD alert is generated.e. a non-standard prefix. i. The no form of the command with a single interval. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. regardless of set/clear threshold value. . 0-99 Type/Range 0-65535 Default 5000 ms non-std-dly 0-65535 5000 ms interval1 interval2 None None interval3 interval4 set None None none NetSocket. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the APDD alert for all time intervals and returns the delay values to their default. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS.Proprietary and Confidential 5-237 .e.CLI Command Definitions threshold. If the percentage of sessions with an excessive delay is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. The no form of the command with the std-dly or non-std-dly value will return the setting to its default value. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. i. Inc. not a non-standard prefix. The command replaces the existing delay values and/or the settings for the intervals specified. will disable the APDD alert for that time interval. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. PDD delay in ms for sessions with a nonstandard destination. Syntax pdd {[std-dly std-dly>] [non-std-dly non-std-dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no pdd {[std-dly std-dly>] [non-std-dly non-std-dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter std-dly Description PDD delay in ms for sessions with default destinations.

Inc.CLI Command Definitions clear If the percentage of sessions with an excessive delay is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. Syntax pdsp {[pdr pdr>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no pdsp {[pdr <pdr>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter pdr interval1 Description Packet Drop Ratio threshold value. then all sessions with an packet drop ratio (PDR) greater than or equal to that value will be marked as having excessive packet drop. The command replaces the existing packet drop ratio and/or the settings for the intervals specified. 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration Related Commands session-non-std-dst pdsp The Packet Drop Session Percentage is the percentage of sessions that ended with an packet drop ratio greater than or equal to the defined threshold. . If the packet drop ratio is specified. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. This command specifies the threshold to determine if a session has excessive packet drop and specifies the percentage of such sessions that would trigger an alert to be generated.Proprietary and Confidential 5-238 . regardless of set/clear threshold value. The no form of the command with a single interval. The no form of the command with the PDR value will return the PDR to its default value. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. Note: a PDR value of 0 is interpreted to mean sessions with a non-zero packet drop count. will disable the PDSP alert for that time interval. Type/Range 0-100 30 None Default NetSocket. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the PDSP alert for all time intervals and returns the PDR threshold to its default value.

. Syntax peer-address {ip-address}. If the percentage of sessions with a PDR is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. . no peer-address [ip-address].. 0-99 None interval3 interval4 set None None none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration peer-address Enables debug messages of specified peer addresses to be placed in the trace file. The no formof this command disables debug messages of specified peer addresses (or all peer addresses ifnone specified) from being placed in the trace file (default). set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day.. The no NetSocket..Proprietary and Confidential 5-239 . sets the conditions under which packets are permitted.CLI Command Definitions interval2 set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. If the percentage of sessions with a PDR is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. Inc. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. Parameters Parameter ip-address Mode Traceoptions Configuration Description IP address of peer permit (extended) In an extended access-list.

sequence numbers start at 10 andincrement by 10 for each entry added to the end ofthe access-list. bydefault. Access is permitted for packets sent to this destination IP address host.valid protocol numbers are 0 to 255 (RCP option only). Access is permitted for packets sent to any destination IP address. Any IP protocol Access is permitted for packets originating from thissource IP address and wildcard mask combination. Access is permitted for packets originating from this source IPaddress host. rcp protocol ip source-ip-address source-wildmask any host source-ip-address dest-ip-address dest-wildmask any host dest-ip-address NetSocket. . Inc.CLI Command Definitions formof this command removes a permit condition from the access-list through specification of asequence number and/or matching permit clause. Specifies that this clause should allow an extended set of options only available on theRCP.Proprietary and Confidential 5-240 . therefore. Access is permitted for packets originating from any source IP addresses. this clause will not be applied on the line card. Name or number of an internet protocol. or symbol-name as defined in define ipprotocol. Access is permitted for packets sent to this destination IPaddress and wildcard mask combination. Syntax permit [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {protocol | ip} {source-ip-address source-wildmask | any| host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscpdscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments][class-map class-map-name] no permit {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {protocol | ip} {sourceipaddresssource-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any |host dest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log |log-input} | fragments]} [class-map class-map-name] Parameters Parameter sequence-number Description Unique sequence number of the permit clause being added or deleted.

valid entries are 0 to 7. The noform of this command removes a permit condition from the access-list through specification of asequence number and/or matching permit clause. Mode IP Extended Access-List Configuration permit (extended ICMP) In an ICMP extended access-list.Proprietary and Confidential 5-241 . or a well-known DSCP name. Precedence level to be matched. precedence-value tos-value log log-input fragments class-map-name Name of an existing class-map (created with class-map command) to whichthe access-list is being applied. or symbol-name if defined in define ip-precedence. range is 0 to 15. orsymbolname if defined in define dscp. range is 0 to 63. sets the conditions under which packets are permitted. Service level to be matched. Specifies that the input interface is to be included in the log. Specifies that packets in IP datagram fragments are to be matched (RCP option only). or a wellknownprecedence name. Specifies that information about matching packets will be sent to the console. . Inc. Syntax permit [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {1 | icmp} {source-ip-address source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscpdscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments |icmp-type [icmp-subcode]] [class-map class-map-name] no permit {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {1 | icmp} {source-ipaddresssource-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | hostdest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | loginput}| fragments | icmp-type [icmp-subcode]]} [class-map class-map-name] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions dscp-value DSCP value to be matched. or a well-known ToS name (RCPoption only).

sets the conditions under which packets are permitted. The noform of this command removes a permit condition from the access-list through specification of asequence number and/or matching permit clause. Mode IP Extended Access-List Con figuration Guidelines See the permit (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common betweenthe IP access-list family of commands. . Inc. or symbol-name may beused if defined in define icmp-code. NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-242 . range is 0 to 255. permit (extended IGMP) In an IGMP extended access-list. Syntax permit [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {2 | igmp} {source-ip-address source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} *[dscpdscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments |igmp-type] [class-map class-map-name] no permit {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {2 | igmp} {source-ipaddresssource-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | hostdest-ip-address} *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | loginput}| fragments | igmp-type]} [class-map class-map-name] Parameters Parameter igmp-type Description IGMP protocol name or code to be matched. ICMP subcode to be matched. range is 0 to 255. range is 0 to 15. or symbol-name maybe used if defined in define igmp. icmp-subcode Mode IP Extended Access-List Configuration Guidelines See the permit (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common betweenthe IP access-list family of commands.CLI Command Definitions icmp-type ICMP name or code to be matched.

TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). Specifies that port must be not equal to a value. Specifies that port must be within a range of values.Proprietary and Confidential 5-243 . Specifies that port must be greater than a value. TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). Syntax permit [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {6 | tcp} {source-ip-address source-wildmask | any | hostsource-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-tcp-port | range source-tcp-port1 sourcetcpport2]{dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} desttcpport| range dest-tcp-port1 dest-tcp-port2] *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedencevalue| tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | ack | established | fin | psh | rst | syn | urg][class-map class-map-name] no permit {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {6 | tcp} {source-ipaddresssource-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-tcp-port | rangesource-tcp-port1 source-tcp-port2] {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host destipaddress}[{eq | gt | lt | neq} dest-tcp-port | range dest-tcp-port1 dest-tcp-port2] *[dscp dscpvalue| precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments | ack |established | fin | psh | rst | syn | urg]} [class-map class-map-name] Parameters Parameter eq gt lt neg range source-tcp-port Description Specifies that port must be equal to a value. Specifies that port must be less than a value. Decimal number or well-known name of the source TCP port. . sets the conditions under which packets are permitted. Decimal number or well-known name of the destination TCP port.CLI Command Definitions permit (extended TCP) In a TCP extended access-list. dest-tcp-port ack established fin psh rst NetSocket. TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). Inc. TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). or symbolnameif defined in define tcp-port. TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). The noform of this command removes a permit condition from the access-list through specification of asequence number and/or matching permit clause. or symbolnameif defined in define tcp-port.

NetSocket. Specifies that port must be greater than a value. Specifies that port must be less than a value. The noform of this command removes a permit condition from the access-list through specification of asequence number and/or matching permit clause. Specifies that port must be within a range of values. permit (extended UDP) In a UDP extended access-list. TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). Inc. Specifies that port must be not equal to a value.Proprietary and Confidential 5-244 . . sets the conditions under which packets are permitted.CLI Command Definitions syn urg Mode IP Extended Access-List Con figuration Guidelines TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). See the permit (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common betweenthe IP access-list family of commands. Syntax permit [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {17 | udp} {source-ip-address source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-udp-port | range source-udp-port1 sourceudp-port2] {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} destudp-port | range dest-udp-port1 dest-udp-port2] *[dscp dscp-value | precedence precedencevalue| tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments] [class-map class-map-name] no permit {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] [rcp] {17 | udp} {source-ipaddresssource-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} [{eq | gt | lt | neq} source-udp-port | rangesource-udp-port1 source-udp-port2] {dest-ip-address dest-wildmask | any | host destipaddress}[{eq | gt | lt | neq} dest-udp-port | range dest-udp-port1 dest-udp-port2] *[dscp dscpvalue| precedence precedence-value | tos tos-value | {log | log-input} | fragments]} [classmapclass-map-name] Parameters Parameter eq gt lt neg range Description Specifies that port must be equal to a value.

The no formof this command removes a permit condition from the access-list through specification of asequence number and/or matching permit clause.Proprietary and Confidential 5-245 . Inc. or symbolnameif defined in define udp-port. 0. .0.CLI Command Definitions source-udp-port Decimal number or well-known name of the source TCP port. dest-udp-port Mode IP Extended Access-List Con figuration Guidelines See the permit (extended) command for other descriptions of inputs that are common betweenthe IP access-list family of commands. ip-address [wildmask] any host ip-address log NetSocket.0. sets the conditions under which packets are permitted. sequence numbers start at 10 and increment by 10 for each entry added to the end ofthe access-list.0 is assumed). permit (standard) In a standard access-list. Syntax permit [seq sequence-number] {ip-address [wildmask] | any | host ip-address} [log] no permit {seq sequence-number | [seq sequence-number] {ip-address [wildmask] | any | hostip-address} [log]} Parameters Parameter sequence-number Description Unique sequence number of the permit clause being added or deleted. Specifies that information about matching packets will be sent to the console. Access is permitted for this host IP address. bydefault. Access is permitted for all addresses matching the IP address andwildcard mask combination (if wildcard mask is not specified. Decimal number or well-known name of the destination TCP port. Access is permitted for all IP addresses. or symbolnameif defined in define udp-port.

The command replaces the existing packet loss ratio and/or the settings for the intervals specified. The no form of the command with the PLR value will return the PLR to its default value. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. . Type/Range 0-100 30 None None Default interval3 interval4 None None NetSocket. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the PLSP alert for all time intervals and returns the PLR threshold to its default value. will disable the PLSP alert for that time interval. The no form of the command with a single interval. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. Note: a PLR value of zero is interpreted to mean any sessions with a non-zero packet loss count. This command specifies the threshold to determine if a session has excessive packet loss and specifies the percentage of such sessions that would trigger an alert to be generated. regardless of set/clear threshold value. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. Inc. Syntax plsp {[plr plr>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no plsp {[plr <plr>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter plr interval1 interval2 Description Packet Loss Ratio threshold value. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS.Proprietary and Confidential 5-246 . If the packet loss ratio is specified.CLI Command Definitions Mode IP Standard Access-List Configuration plsp The Packet Loss Session Percentage is the percentage of sessions that ended with an packet loss ratio greater than or equal to the defined threshold. then all sessions with an packet loss ratio (PLR) greater than or equal to that value will be marked as having excessive packet loss.

The no form of the command with the PSMOS value and/or PVMOS will return the threshold to its default value. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the PMOSP alert for all time intervals and returns the PMOS thresholds to their default value. regardless of set/clear threshold value. The no form of the command with a single interval. an alert will be generated. Syntax pmosp {[psmos <psmos>] [pvmos <pvmos>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no pmosp {[psmos <psmos>] [pvmos <pvmos>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter psmos Description Poor Speech MOS percentage threshold value.CLI Command Definitions set If the percentage of sessions with a PLR is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. . Inc. This command also specifies the ratio of all poor sessions to all sessions with MOS scores calculated. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS.Proprietary and Confidential 5-247 . will disable the PMOSP alert for that time interval. 0-99 none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration pmosp The calculation of the session's MOS percentage and the method for session categorization is described in the bmosp command. This command specifies the threshold for determining if the session has a Poor MOS percentage. Type/Range 0-100 70 Default NetSocket. If the calculated ratio is greater than the configured threshold. This command replaces the existing PMOS threshold and/or the settings for the intervals specified. If the percentage of sessions with a PLR is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold.

fmosp. gmosp pgmgroup Specifies a group of programs or commands that can be initiated or terminated as a group. . set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. Syntax pgmgroup program-group {program-specification} Parameters Parameter program-group Description Program group name. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day.CLI Command Definitions pvmos Poor Video MOS percentage threshold value. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. 40-100 70 interval1 interval2 None None interval3 interval4 set None None 0-99 none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration Related Commands bmosp. If the percentage of sessions with a poor MOS ratio is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. Inc. If the percentage of sessions with a poor MOS ratio is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day.Proprietary and Confidential 5-248 . NetSocket.

[chdir path] [vnet num] [sigrecovery num] [sigoffline num] [waitexit] [onexit {ignore | restart | fail |stop | returnstatus | recover}] [<stdin][>stdout][>&stderr].] [sh | csh | gdb] command-string -f1. Signal to be delivered when the RCP enters an offline state.Proprietary and Confidential 5-249 . Tells the protection monitor program to switch over if possible. Signal to be delivered when the RCP enters a recovery state. Standard input. chdir path vnet num sigrecovery num sigoffline num waitexit onexit ignore restart fail stop recover stdin NetSocket. otherwise to restartthe failed program. Stop the program. arg1. the string must begin and end with a quotation-mark character (“). the string must begin and end with a quotation-mark character (“). Environment variable settings. Shell specification CShell specification GNU Debugger Specification Command name or pathname and any desired flags or arguments. ENV_VARIABLE=VALUE sh csh gdb command-string -f1. VALUE can be a number. orstring. arg1. Inc. Sets the programs vnet number. Assume the program has failed (triggering an RCP switch over if it occurs on an activeprotected RCP). Ignore the exit (default).the command string must begin and end with a quotationmark character (“).CLI Command Definitions program-specification [ENV_VARIABLE=VALUE. Specifies that the protection monitor program should wait for a program to exit orsend a Program Status message before continuing with other program initiations. Restart the program. name. Pathname used to set the current working directory. . Tells the protection monitor program what to do if the program exits.

Only numeric addresses are displayed. IP address of the destination host Data pattern. Interval in seconds to wait before sending each packet. default is 100. Mode Protmon Configuration ping (privileged) Provides advanced network connectivity diagnosis. range is 1 to 16 bytes. default is 0xABCD. defaultis no quiet.default is 1. Source name for outgoing packets.Proprietary and Confidential 5-250 . .default is 5. Number of ping packets sent to the destination host. the string must begin and end with a quotation-mark character (“). default is no numeric. range is 1 to 8184. range is 1 to 2147483647. repeat count size bytes source host source interface-name NetSocket. Syntax ping [{host | ip-address} *[data pattern | interval seconds | numeric | quiet | repeat count | size bytes | source {host | interface-name | ip-address} | sweep min-size max-size interval | time-limit seconds]] Parameters Parameter host ip-address data pattern interval seconds numeric quiet Description Name of the destination host. the string must begin and end with a quotation-mark character (“). Inc. Normal output is not displayed except summary lines at startup and completion. Size of the ping datagram in bytes. range is 1 to 3600. Source interface name for outgoing packets. Standard error.CLI Command Definitions stdout stderr Standard output.

Maximum bytes for sweep range. or interface-name for outgoingpackets. default is 100. source ip-address sweep min-size sweep max-size sweep interval time-limit seconds If this command is issued without options. default is 8184. Interval seconds [1]: Datagram size [100]: Time-limit in seconds [0]: Source address or interface: 16-byte data pattern [0xABCD]: Sweep range of sizes [n]: Sweep min size [1]: Sweep max size [8184]: Sweep interval [1]: NetSocket. range is 1 to 8184. range is 1 to 8184. range is 1 to3600. default is 0xABCD. Size of the ping datagram in bytes. Source address for outgoing packets. range is 1 to 8184. default is 0 (no time-limit). Data pattern. . Interval value to increment by. default is 0 (no time-limit). Minimum bytes for sweep range. Time in seconds that a ping exits regardless of the number ofpackets received. Datagram size is sequentially varied. the user is prompted with the following fields: Parameter Target IP address: Numeric display [n]: Repeat count [5]: Description IP address of the destination host. default is no sweep range. Source name or address. Maximum bytes for sweep range. range is 1 to 8184. default is 5. Interval value to increment by. Minimum bytes for sweep range. default is 1.Proprietary and Confidential 5-251 . Time in seconds that a ping exits regardless of the number of packetsreceived. default is 1. range is 1 to 16 bytes.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. default is no numeric. range is 0 to 3600. default is 1. Only numeric addresses are displayed. range is 0 to 3600. default is 1. Number of ping packets sent to the destination host.CLI Command Definitions interface-name {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chanchannelnumber[. range is 1 to2147483647. range is 1 to 8184. default is 8184. Interval in seconds to wait before sending each packet. Inc.

are dropped in order to protect the RCP from malicious network traffic. Inc. Syntax ping {host | ip-address} Parameters Parameter host ip-address Mode User EXEC Guidelines All incoming ICMP Echo Request packets that are addressed to the RCP.CLI Command Definitions Quiet display output [n]: Normal output is not displayed except summary lines at startupand completion. Syntax policy-cache address threshold maximum-entries no policy-cache address threshold [maximum-entries] NetSocket. Once the threshold is reached. are dropped in order to protect the RCP from malicious network traffic. old entries are written over by new entries. . Description Name of the destination host.Proprietary and Confidential 5-252 . and greater than 9000bytes. ping (user) Provides basic network connectivity diagnosis. The no form of this commandsets the value to the default. IP address of the destination host policy-cache address threshold Sets the maximum number of entries that the address policy cache may contain. Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines All incoming ICMP Echo Request packets that are addressed to the RCP. and greater than 9000bytes. default is no quiet.

old entries are written over by new entries. The no form of this command sets thevalue to the default.Proprietary and Confidential 5-253 . Mode Global Configuration policy-cache as-path threshold Sets the maximum number of entries that the as-path policy cache may contain.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter maximum-entries Description Number of entries that the address policy cache may contain before oldentries are written over by new entries. default is 20000. . Once the threshold is reached. range is 0 to 250000. old entries are written over by new entries. Syntax policy-cache as-path threshold maximum-entries no policy-cache as-path threshold [maximum-entries] Parameters Parameter maximum-entries Description Number of entries that the address policy cache may contain before oldentries are written over by new entries. range is 0 to 250000. Inc. Syntax policy-cache prefix threshold maximum-entries NetSocket. Once the thresholdis reached. The no form of this commandsets the value to the default. default is 20000. Mode Global Configuration policy-cache prefix threshold Sets the maximum number of entries that the prefix policy cache may contain.

. Syntax privilege mode level level command no privilege mode [level level command] Parameters Parameter mode Description {address-family | configure | controller | cos-queue-group-in | cos-queuegroupout | exec | flow-cache | interface | ipexplicit-path | ipenacl | ipsnacl | line | path-attr | policy-list | protmon | QoSclassmap | QoSpolicymap-in | QoSpolicymap-out| QoSpolicymapclassin | QoSpolicymapclass-out | route-map | router | subinterface |traceoptions}. address-family configure controller cos-queue-group-in cos-queue-group-out exec Address Family Configuration mode. CoS Queue Group Output Configuration Mode. NetSocket. EXEC mode. range is 0 to 250000. CoS Queue Group Input Configuration Mode. Inc. Global Configuration Mode.Proprietary and Confidential 5-254 . The no form of this command assigns a command backto the default privilege level value. default is 20000. Mode Global Configuration privilege level Assigns a privilege level to a command. Controller Configuration Mode.CLI Command Definitions no policy-cache prefix threshold [maximum-entries] Parameters Parameter maximum-entries Description Number of entries that the address policy cache may contain before oldentries are written over by new entries.

Interface Configuration Mode. The no form of this command disables the custom prompt string function. Route-Map Configuration Mode. QoS Policy-Map Output Configuration Mode. Command that is being assigned a privilege level.CLI Command Definitions flow-cache interface ip-explicit-path ipenacl ipsnacl line path-attr policy-list protmon QoSclassmap QoSpolicymap-in QoSpolicymap-out QoSpolicymapclass-in QoSpolicymapclass-out route-map router subinterface traceoptions level level command Flow Aggregation Cache Configuration Mode. Protection Monitor Configuration Mode. QoS Policy-Map Class Input Configuration Mode. IP Standard Access-List Configuration Mode. IP Policy-List Configuration Mode. range is 0 to 15. . Mode Global Configuration prompt Enables a custom prompt string to be configured. Path Attribute Configuration Mode. Traceoptions Configuration Mode. Subinterface Configuration Mode. Inc. IP Explicit Path Configuration Mode. Router Configuration Mode. QoS Policy-Map Input Configuration Mode. and sets the prompt string to the default value (default). IP Extended Access-List Configuration Mode. QoS Class-Map Configuration Mode. Line Configuration Mode. QoS Policy-Map Class Output Configuration Mode.Proprietary and Confidential 5-255 . Privilege level. Syntax prompt prompt-string NetSocket.

Partition number (0. If the string contains a space character oris null. Prompt character.CLI Command Definitions no prompt [prompt-string] Parameters Parameter prompt-string Description Custom prompt alphanumeric string plus special string sequences as listedbelow. %% %b %h %m %n %p %r %s %t Mode Global Configuration Guidelines The default value for the prompt is equivalent to a “%b%h%p” custom prompt string. TTY number. Tab character. Inc. Hostname.Proprietary and Confidential 5-256 . range is from 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters. .5 or “admin”). the string must begin and end with a quotation-mark character (“). in cached memory. RCP copy number (0 or 1). Space character. This commandclears the cache of IP address matches against IP access and prefix lists. Backup RCP indicator (“HA-BU:” if backup RCP). Syntax purge-cache address policy Mode Privileged EXEC NetSocket. purge-cache address policy The RCP keeps. Percent sign character (%). the results of input/output policy evaluations.

This commandclears the cache of as-path matches against as-path access lists. The command specifies the mib type to poll. in cached memory. in cached memory. Syntax purge-cache prefix policy Mode Privileged EXEC pwd Displays the name of the default file directory. The snmp access command must be configured to allow the qos-mib collection to occur. The default poll interval will be the same as that specified snmp-access command. . Syntax qos-mib [mib-type {cisco-class-based-qos | cisco-wrr-qos}] max-queues<max- NetSocket. how many queues should be monitored and the polling rate. the results of input/output policy evaluations.Proprietary and Confidential 5-257 . This commandclears the cache of prefix matches against ip access lists and prefix lists. the results of input/output policy evaluations. Syntax purge-cache as-path policy Mode Privileged EXEC purge-cache prefix policy The RCP keeps. Syntax pwd Mode Privileged EXEC qos-mib This command enables the SVP to gather qos information from a router in the monitored network.CLI Command Definitions purge-cache as-path policy The RCP keeps. Inc.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-258 . If a specific queue type is entered. Poll interval should be less than 5 minutes. an alert will be generated. Type/Range cisco-class-basedqos or cisco-wrrqos 1-8 1-10 Default cisco-classbased-qos None 1 max-queues poll-multiple Mode Topology map router configuration queue-bandwidth-utilization thresholds This command enables the SVP to set an alert if the measured queue utilization divided by the provisioned utilization is greater than a specified percentage. If packet drops are detected or the set threshold is crossed. Number of SNMP poll intervals between qos-mib polls.CLI Command Definitions queues>[poll-multiple<poll-multiple>] no qos-mib [mib-type {cisco-class-based-qos | cisco-wrr-qos}] max-queues <maxqueues> [poll-multiple <poll-multiple>] Parameters Parameter mib-type Description Vendor specific mib type to poll for. that queue type’s threshold is r emoved regardless of the value. Syntax queue-bandwidth-utilization thresholds {[priority-set <priority-set> priority-clear<priorityclear>] | [non-priority-set <non-priority-set> non-priority-clear<non-priority-clear>] } no queue-bandwidth-utilization thresholds [priority-set <priority-set> priorityclear<priority-clear>] | [non-priority-set <non-priority-set> non-priority-clear<non-priorityclear>] NetSocket. if snmp-access poll interval is 90 seconds and this value is 2. all thresholds are removed. E. Inc. The priority queue bandwidth alert will set the congestion field of all sessions on the link at the time of the alert.g. If no threshold is set for a queue type. the qos-mib will be polled every 180 seconds. If the no form of the command is entered and no parameters are specified. then no alert is generated. This command allows a different threshold for two queue types: priority and nonpriority. . This command only has an effect if the qos-mib command has been configured to enable monitor of qos information from monitored routers. Maximum number of queues to monitor based on mib type.

an alert is raised. A value of 0 (default)indicates the following key is not encrypted. Inc. Udp port number for authentication requests. The no form of this command removes aRADIUS server host.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter priority-set. Syntax radius-server host {host | ip-address} *[auth-port udp-port | key [encryption-type] key-value |retransmit retransmit-value | timeout seconds] no radius-server host {host | ip-address} *[auth-port udp-port | key [encryption-type] keyvalue| retransmit retransmit-value | timeout seconds] Parameters Parameter host ip-address udp-port Description Name of RADIUS server host. 1-100 Range Default none priority-clear non-priority clear 1-100 none Mode Global configuration radius-server host Sets a RADIUS server host to be used by the RCP. range is 1 to 65535. IP address of RADIUS server host. encryption-type NetSocket. default is 1645. and a value of 7 indicates the following key isencrypted. non-priority set Description If the measured utilization for queue n divided by the provisioned bandwidth is greater than this value. . the alert is cleared.Proprietary and Confidential 5-259 . Specifies whether the key that follows is encrypted. If the measured utilization divided queue n by the provisioned bandwidth is less than or equal to this value.

default is the value set by theradius-server key command. default is the value set by the radius-server retransmit command. Key value. A value of 0 (default)indicates the following key is not encrypted. range is 1 to 8 alpha-numeric-symbolic characters(cannot begin with a “#” character and spaces are not allowed). default is the value set by the radius-server timeoutcommand.CLI Command Definitions key-value Authentication key value. Number of times a RADIUS request should be resent to the RADIUS serverhost. Inc. Syntax radius-server key [encryption-type] key-value no radius-server key [[encryption-type] key-value] Parameters Parameter encryption-type Description Specifies whether the key that follows is encrypted. range is 1 to 8 alpha-numericsymbolic characters (cannot begin with a“#” character and spaces are not allowed). range is 1 to 100. Number of seconds to wait for the RADIUS server host to respond before re-sendinga RADIUS request. range is 1 to 1000.Proprietary and Confidential 5-260 . retransmit-value seconds Mode Global Configuration radius-server key Sets the authentication key for all RADIUS requests and responses. and a value of 7 indicates the following key isencrypted. The no form of this command disables the authentication key. key-value Mode Global Configuration NetSocket. .

Syntax radius-server retransmit retransmit-value no radius-server retransmit [retransmit-value] Parameters Parameter retransmit-value Description Number of times a RADIUS request should be resent to each RADIUSserver host. NetSocket.default is 5. default is 3. Inc. Mode Global Configuration radius-server timeout Sets the duration of time to wait for a RADIUS server host to respond.CLI Command Definitions radius-server retransmit Sets the number of retransmissions to each RADIUS server host. The no form of this commanddisables retransmission. range is 1 to 1000. range is 1 to 100. The no form of this command sets the default.Proprietary and Confidential 5-261 . Mode Global Configuration rcp-reboot Reboot the SV server. Syntax radius-server timeout seconds no radius-server timeout [seconds] Parameters Parameter seconds Description Number of seconds to wait for a RADIUS server host to respond. .

Syntax rcp-shutdown {[at<hh:mm>] |[in mm] | [now]} Parameters Parameter at<hh:mm> in mm now Mode User EXEC Description The time at which to perform the shutdown. Reboot the system now. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-262 . rcp-shutdown Shuts the the SV server down and powers it off. This command is only valid on the SVP. The no form will remove an existing license. Syntax rcp license-key <key-string> NetSocket. Shutdown the system now. Shuts down the system in mm minutes from now. Reboot the system in mm minutes from now. Inc.CLI Command Definitions Syntax rcp-reboot {[at<hh:mm>] |[in mm] | [now]} Parameters Parameter at<hh:mm> in mm now Mode User EXEC Description The time at which to perform the reboot. rcp license-key This command is used to install or upgrade a SVP license.

This command provides for different configurations depending on possible NAT issues. The second form explicitly defines each public port number for each connected service. The SVA is deployed to add visibility to the media stream associated with sessions the SVP detects via signaling. then all the SVAs being monitored will be removed from the SVP monitor list. The no form of command removes the SVA being monitored from the SVP monitor list.Proprietary and Confidential 5-263 . The rcpm-rcpa-ip-address parameter is added if the SVM should use a different IP address than the SVP. both the SVP and the SVP’s SVM are required to exchange messages with the SVA. In the simplest form. Syntax rcp monitor rcpa-ip-address <ip-address-string>[rcpm-rcpa-ip-address <rcpm-ip-addressstring>[rcpm-rcpa-public-ip-port<public-ip-string><public-port>| rcpm-rcpa-public-ip-portmap<public-ip-stringr><public-9006-port><public-9008-port><public-9010-port><public-22port>]] no rcp monitor rcpa-ip-address <ip-address-string> [rcpm-rcpa-ip-address <rcpm-ip- NetSocket. This intended for the case that the SVP and SVA are behind an IP NAT function. The no form of the command removes the rcpa-ip-address entered. In this case. Inc. For proper system operation. If the SVP and SVA are behind a port address translation function. in the format of xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx Mode Global Configure rcp monitor This command sets the SVA(s) to be monitored by the SVP. If no SVA address is specified. This address must be unique for all SVAs the SVM will monitor. .CLI Command Definitions [no] rcp license-key <key-string> Parameters Parameter <key-string> Description A string with fixed length of 19 characters. the SVP will use the rcpa-ip-address and the SVM will use the rcpmrcpa-ip-address. The first form only specifies the first public port number and the system assumes consecutive port numbers for all the services that are connected. There are two forms of the port address translation configuration. the SVM must know the public IP address and public ports expected. the remaining parameters are ignored. the rcpa-ip-address parameter is the only parameter specified. The rcpm-rcpa-ip-address is used for display on the GUI for the SVA. This indicates that both the SVP and the SVM can use this address to establish communication.

There are two forms of the port address translation configuration. this IP address is used to uniquely identify this SVA on the GUI. the remaining parameters are ignored. 9010 and 22 services respectively. If NAT is used. The public port number the SVM should use to connect to the 9006 service on the SVA. a single public IP address is used to access multiple systems and port mapping is used to distinguish the actual destination IP address and port. the rcpip-address is still used to uniquely identify the SVP on the GUI. this is the public IP address the SVM should use to connect to the SVA.Proprietary and Confidential 5-264 . The public port number the SVM should use to connect to the 9008 service on the SVA. The public port number the SVM should use to connect to the 9006 service on the SVA. Inc. In this case.CLI Command Definitions address-string>[rcpm-rcpa-public-ip-port<public-ip-addr><public-port>| rcpm-rcpa-public-ipport-map<public-ip-addr><public-9006-port><public-9008-port><public-9010-port><public-22port>]] Parameters Parameter ip-address-string rcpm-ip-address-string Description IP address that represents the SVA’s IP address in the network. The first form only specifies the first public port number and the system assumes consecutive port numbers for all the services that are connected. This command provides configuration for reach-ability behind a port address translation function. The public port number the SVM should use to connect to the 9010 service on the SVA. Consecutive port numbers are used to connect to the 9008. . NetSocket. public-ip-string public-port public-9006-port public-9008-port public-9010-port public-22-port Mode Global configuration rcpm monitor This command configures the IP address of an SVP to be monitored by SVM. this parameter specifies the IP address the SVM should use to connect to the SVA. The second form explicitly defines each public port number for each connected service. If PAT is used. The no form of the command removes the rcp-ip-address entered. The public port number the SVM should use to connect to the 22 service (ssh) on the SVA. In this case. If PAT is used.

Syntax remove version major-rel-num. The public port number the SVM should use to connect to the 9010 service on the SVA. Consecutive port numbers are used to connect to the 9008. The public port number the SVM should use to connect to the 9006 service on the SVA. The public port number the SVM should use to connect to the 9008 service on the SVA.CLI Command Definitions Syntax rcpm monitor rcp-ip-address <ip-address-string>[ public-ip-port<public-ip-string><publicport>| public-ip-port-map <public-ip-string><public-9006-port><public-9008-port><public9010-port><public-22-port>] no rcpm monitor rcp-ip-address <ip-address-string>[ public-ip-port<public-ipstring><public-port>| public-ip-port-map <public-ip-string><public-9006-port><public-9008port><public-9010-port><public-22-port>] Parameters Parameter ip-address-string public-ip-string public-port Description IP address that represents the SVP’s IP address in the network.Proprietary and Confidential 5-265 . The public port number the SVM should use to connect to the 22 service (ssh) on the SVA. If PAT is used. The public port number the SVM should use to connect to the 9006 service on the SVA.minor-rel-num {active | peer | self | standby} Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. Inc. . this is the public IP address the SVM should use to connect to the SVA. public-9006-port public-9008-port public-9010-port public-22-port Mode Global configuration remove Removes older software base releases that are no longer being used. 9010 and 22 services respectively.

Inc. New name of the file as [device:][directory/]file. Removes software on the peer RCP. Syntax rename from-filename to-filename Parameters Parameter from-filename to-filename Description Old name of the file as [device:][directory/]file.CLI Command Definitions major-rel-num. Removes software on this RCP. Syntax replace NetSocket. Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines The device argument within a directory-name or filename specification refers to both physicaldevices and logical devices (directory areas). The no form of this command enablesnew debug messages to be appended to the trace file (default). replace Enables new debug messages to overwrite the trace file. referto the dir command documentation.Proprietary and Confidential 5-266 . .minor-rel-num active peer self standby Mode Privileged EXEC The major and minor portion of a software release number. Removes software on the active RCP. rename (EXEC) Changes the name of a file. For a complete list of valid device arguments. Removes software on the standby RCP.

Syntax resequence ip access-list [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Alphanumeric name string of the access-list to renumber. If no access-list is given. all access-listsare resequenced. 50. Inc. . 40. NetSocket. performs a renumbering of all of the sequence numbers so that they aresequential multiples of 10 (10. 30. This command maintains the order of theentries in the access-list. 50. but renumbers them into multiples of 10. and so on). Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Access-lists may have sequence-numbers that are not multiples of 10 because the RCP allowssequence numbers to be added or deleted by the user. performs a renumbering of all of the sequence numbers so that they aresequential multiples of 10 (10. Syntax resequence access-list [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Alphanumeric name string of the access-list to renumber. 20. 30. 40. resequence ip access-list For the given access-list. all access-listsare resequenced. If no access-list is given. and so on). 20.CLI Command Definitions no replace Mode Traceoptions Configuration resequence access-list For the given access-list.Proprietary and Confidential 5-267 .

Description AS-path access list to renumber. 20. Inc. This command maintains the order of theentries in the access-list. 50. Syntax resequence ip as-path access-list [as-path-access-list-id] Parameters Parameter as-path-access-list-id Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Access-lists may have sequence-numbers that are not multiples of 10 because the RCP allowssequence numbers to be added or deleted by the user.Proprietary and Confidential 5-268 . 40. but renumbers them into multiples of 10. 30.all ip community-lists are resequenced. Syntax resequence ip community-list [community-list-id] Parameters NetSocket. If no ip community-list is given. and so on). If no ip as-path accesslist isgiven. and so on). 30. This command maintains the order of theentries in the access-list. resequence ip as-path access-list Enables a renumbering of all of the sequence numbers for the given ip as-path access-list so thatthey are sequential multiples of 10 (10. all ip as-path access-lists are resequenced. but renumbers them into multiples of 10. . 20.CLI Command Definitions Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Access-lists may have sequence-numbers that are not multiples of 10 because the RCP allowssequence numbers to be added or deleted by the user. 40. resequence ip community-list Enables a renumbering of all of the sequence numbers for the given ip community-list so thatthey are sequential multiples of 10 (10. 50.

resequence ip prefix-list Enables a renumbering of all of the sequence numbers for the given ip prefix-list so that they aresequential multiples of 5 (5.CLI Command Definitions Parameter community-list-id Description Alphanumeric string identifying the community-list to renumber. Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Access-lists may have sequence-numbers that are not multiples of 10 because the RCP allowssequence numbers to be added or deleted by the user. Inc. 40. 15. Syntax NetSocket. If no ip prefix-list is given.Proprietary and Confidential 5-269 . . This command maintains the order of theentries in the access-list. and so on). all ip prefix-listsare resequenced. 30. Syntax resequence ip extcommunity-list [ext-community-list-id] Parameters Parameter ext-community-list-id Description Alphanumeric string identifying the extended community-list torenumber. 20. resequence ip extcommunity-list Enables a renumbering of all of the sequence numbers for the given ip extended communitylistso that they are sequential multiples of 10 (10. 50. If no ip extendedcommunity-list is given. and so on). but renumbers them into multiples of 10. but renumbers them into multiples of 10. 10. all ip extended community-lists are resequenced. This command maintains the order of theentries in the access-list. Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Access-lists may have sequence-numbers that are not multiples of 10 because the RCP allowssequence numbers to be added or deleted by the user. 20. 25.

NetSocket. This command maintains the order of theentries in the access-list. but renumbers them into multiples of 10. Description rib Enables Routing Information Base (RIB) debug messages to be placed in the trace file. The noform of this command disables RIB debug messages from being placed in the trace file (default). .CLI Command Definitions resequence ip prefix-list [prefix-list-id] Parameters Parameter prefix-list-id Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Access-lists may have sequence-numbers that are not multiples of 10 because the RCP allowssequence numbers to be added or deleted by the user. Inc. Syntax rmdir directory-name Parameters Parameter directory-name Description Name of the file directory as [device:]directory.Proprietary and Confidential 5-270 . Syntax rib no rib Mode Traceoptions Configuration rmdir Deletes a file directory.

the route iseither not redistributed (for redistribution route-maps) or not policy-routed (for policy routingroute-maps). or if none is given.CLI Command Definitions Mode Privileged EXEC rollback Sets the running configuration to the last-saved startup-configuration file or to a specified configuration file. Indicates that for all routes or packets that match the match command. Syntax route-map route-map-name [permit | deny] [sequence-number] no route-map route-map-name [permit | deny] [sequence-number] Parameters Parameter route-map-name permit Description Name of the route map being defined. the following“set” actions apply. Indicates that for all routes or packets that match the match command. The no form of this command removesthe sequence-number specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-271 . Syntax rollback [filename] Parameters Parameter filename Mode Global Configuration Description Name of configuration file route-map Creates a route-map for redistribution or policy routing. deletes the route-map. . deny NetSocket. Inc.

The no form of this command removes polling of the router's route table. Only extract BGP routes for inclusion into the router's DRIB. when EIGRP is used as the IGP.Proprietary and Confidential 5-272 . NetSocket. the parameters from that configuration are used. This will allow peering via BGP to coexist with handling multi-path entries. Only extract BGP routes with more than one path into the router's DRIB. This capability is intended to be used when peering with the router is not possible. If the eigrp keyword is not included in the command then all routes from the route table with known type are retrieved. Mode Topology map router configuration routemap-exit In a route-map. only EIGRP routes are retrieved. Inc. NOTE: this command has no affect if the cli-access host command is not enabled. as an example. . The no form of this commanddisables this feature. stops processing of the route-map after evaluation of the current sequencenumberin the route-map as if the route-map had no further entries.CLI Command Definitions sequence-number Position that this route map takes in a list of route maps of the same name. Syntax route-table-poll [eigrp] [ bgp | bgp-multi-path ] noroute-table-poll [eigrp] [ bgp | bgp-multi-path ] Parameters Parameter eigrp bgp bgp-multi-path Description Only extract EIGRP routes for inclusion into the router's DRIB. Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Routemaps are called by policy routing (filtering) or redistribution commands. If the keyword is included. Otherwise. route-table-poll This command enables the SVP to poll the router's route table via CLI. returning route-map processing to its normal behavior.

Inc. This command puts CLI in config-router mode which enables COPS-RM configuration commands to be entered.Proprietary and Confidential 5-273 . This command puts CLI in topology-map-router mode which enables topology map router configuration commands to be entered. The current implementation of COPS-RM only supports RSVP-TE tunnel monitoring. If so. multiple SVPs may be required to monitor the routers and perform session to topology tracking. As sessions are captured. The SVM acts as relay agent for collecting and distributing router interface configuration as discovered by the SVPs.CLI Command Definitions Syntax routemap-exit no routemap-exit Mode Route-Map Configuration Guidelines In combination with the continue command. the routing path is inspected to determine if another SVP is monitoring a router involved in the session path. COPS-RM is a COPS-based protocol extension that enables the SVPs to share router interface configuration and request session resource tracking. router To configure router related commands. the session information is passed to that SVP for tracking. use the router command in topology-map configuration mode. . The continue command provides a forward branch operationand routemap-exit allows the user to terminate processing at the end of an isolated segment ofthe route-map. this command allows the user to create somethinglike an if-then-else in a route-map. This extension is not an RFC standard is only supported by the SVP OS. NetSocket. Syntax router<ip-address> no router<ip-address> Parameters Parameter ip-address Description IP address of the router Type/Range String Default None Mode Topology map configuration router-copsrm In a large network.

The no form of this command deletes a BGP routing process.CLI Command Definitions Syntax router-copsrm no router-copsrm Mode Global configuration router-id Sets the OSPF router-id. Inc. . or the loopback interface with the highest IPaddress if a loopback has been set.Proprietary and Confidential 5-274 . router bgp Creates a BGP routing process and enters Router Configuration (BGP). Syntax router bgp as-number no router bgp as-number Parameters Parameter as-number Description Autonomous system number (or symbol. Syntax router-id ip-address no router-id [ip-address] Parameters Parameter ip-address Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) Description IPv4 or IPv6 IP address of this router. if created with define as) to which thisBGP router belongs.which is the highest IP address on the router. The no form of this command sets the router-id to the default setting. NetSocket.

NetSocket. range is 0 to 100. this affectsthe cost for aggregate summary LSAs (Type 3) and the choice of path to ASBRs.Proprietary and Confidential 5-275 . default is 1. Syntax routing critical-log files files size megabytes no routing critical-log [files files size megabytes] Parameters Parameter files Description Number of previous file versions maintained. The no form of thiscommand deletes an OSPF routing process. Enables RFC 1583 backward compatibility for the OSPF instance only. . The no form of this command sets the number of previous file versions and maximum filesize to the default values. Syntax router ospf process-id [rfc1583] no router ospf process-id [rfc1583] Parameters Parameter process-id rfc1583 Description Unique integer representing the routing process. Mode Global Configuration routing critical-log Sets the number of previous file versions to maintain and maximum file size for the routing criticallog. Inc.CLI Command Definitions Mode Global Configuration router ospf Creates an OSPF routing process and enters Router Configuration (OSPF).

The no form of the command with the dly value will return the setting to its default value. Inc. the Average Registration Delay (ARD) alert is generated. default is 10. Mode Global Configuration Guidelines The routing critical log is designed to help debug difficult problems by putting a minimum set ofcritical routing information on disk. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day.CLI Command Definitions megabytes Number of megabytes.Proprietary and Confidential 5-276 . The command replaces the existing delay values and/or the settings for the intervals specified. Type/Range 0-65535 Default 5000 ms None None NetSocket. The no form of the command with a single interval. rrd The Registration Request Delay (RRD) threshold is the percentage of registration attempts with an RRD that exceeds the dly configured. If the percentage of registration requests with excessive RRD is greater than or equal to the defined threshold. The delay is specified in milliseconds. range is 1 to 2000. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. . The no form of the command with no arguments disables the ARD alert for all time intervals and returns the delay value to its default. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. Syntax rrd {[dly dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no rrd {[dly dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter sdly interval1 interval2 Description RRD delay in ms. regardless of set/clear threshold value. will disable the ARD alert for that time interval.

0-99 None None none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration rsr Registration Success Ratio (RSR) is a percentage of registration attempts that are successful. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. regardless of set/clear threshold value.Proprietary and Confidential 5-277 . set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold per time interval. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Registration Success Ratio. If the percentage of requests with an excessive delay is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. If the percentage of requests with an excessive delay is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. Type/Range Default None None NetSocket. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the RSR alert for all time intervals.CLI Command Definitions interval3 interval4 set set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. . The no form of the command with a single interval. Syntax rsr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no rsr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. will disable the RSR alert for that time interval. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. Inc.

Value of ratio is greater than or equal to this value. Type/Range draft-05 rfc3812 Default draft-05 poll-multiple 1-10 1 NetSocket. The no form of this command disables polling regardless of the parameters specified. Syntax rsvp-te-mib [version {draft-05 | rfc3812}] [poll-multiple <poll-multiple>] no rsvp-te-mib [version {draft-05 | rfc3812}] [poll-multiple <poll-multiple>] Parameters Parameter version Description Support for Cisco routers using the draft-05 version and Juniper routers using RFC 3812 has been implemented. . This polling allows the SVP to discover RSVP TE tunnels that have been manually configured in the network. 00 to 100 None None 00 00 Mode Session thresholds configuration rsvp-te-poll This command enables polling of the RSVP TE MIB of routers in the monitored routing topology. Value of ratio is less than this value. the qos-mib will be polled every 180 seconds.CLI Command Definitions interval3 interval4 set clear set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. Each discovered tunnel is monitored as a new session in the network and the end-to-end network path of the session is discovered and monitored as well. Periodic polling allows the SVP to determine when the tunnel path changes. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. Number of SNMP poll intervals between qosmib polls. E. if snmpaccess poll interval is 90 seconds and this value is 2. alert will set. 00 to 100 where 00 implies off. The default poll interval will be the same as that specified snmp-access command. alert will clear. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-278 .g.

Syntax run Mode All configuration command modes runspf (OSPF) Enables forcing a Shortest Path First (SPF) calculation for the specified or current OSPF process. range is 0 to 3. • 0 runs the SPF calculation for intra-area. • 2 runs the SPF calculation for transit adjustment. Inc. and external (all levels). Syntax runspf [run-level] Parameters Parameter run-level Description Specifies which OSPF level to do the SPF calculation for.Proprietary and Confidential 5-279 . inter-area. • 3 (or higher) runs the calculation for external only. . • 1 runs the SPF calculation for inter-area only. Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) sccp-cvp-address NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions Mode Topology map router configuration run Executes an EXEC Mode command from within a configuration mode. default is 0.

0. . The command can be issued multiple times with different IP addresses to identify all such nodes in the network.0.255.CLI Command Definitions This command identifies the Customer Voice Portal (CVP) servers deployed in a Contact Center. Range 0.Proprietary and Confidential 5-280 . Syntax sccp-mtp-address <ip-address> no sccp-mtp-address <ip-address> Parameters Parameter ip-address Description IP address of an MTP server. Range 0.0.0 to 255.255. The no form of this command removes an MTP IP address definition. The no form of this command removes a CVP IP address definition.255 Default None Mode Global configuration sccp-pstn-address NetSocket.0.255. Syntax sccp-cvp-address <ip-address> no sccp-cvp-address <ip-address> Parameters Parameter ip-address Description IP address of a CVP server.255. The command can be issued multiple times with different IP addresses to identify all such nodes in the network.0 to 255. Inc.255 Default None Mode Global configuration sccp-mtp-address This command identifies the Media Termination Point (MTP) servers deployed in a Contact Center.

This is necessary since the format of the messages is different.255. These gateways receive calls from the end customer. Inc. Syntax sccp-pstn-address <ip-address> no sccp-pstn-address <ip-address> Parameters Parameter ip-address Description IP address of a PSTN gateway. Syntax security-gateway [site-identifier <id>] gateway-ip-address <gw-ip-addr> syslog-ip-address <ip-addr> interface <ifname> no security-gateway [site-identifier <id>] gateway-ip-address <gw-ip-addr> syslog-ipaddress <ip-addr> interface <ifname> Parameters Parameter id Description Site ID for a security gateway. Range 0.CLI Command Definitions This command identifies the Public Switch Telephone Network (PSTN) VoIP gateways deployed in a Contact Center.255 Default None Mode Global configuration security-gateway This command configures the SVP to capture syslog messages from the SeGW.255. The command can be issued multiple times with different IP addresses to identify all such nodes in the network. The no form of this command removes a PSTN gateway IP address definition.0. It is also necessary to configure the security-gateway-settings command to indicate the SeGW vendor.0 to 255.Proprietary and Confidential 5-281 .0. Range 1-32 alphanumeric characters Default None NetSocket. . The no form of this command disables capturing syslog messages for the specified interface.

A secondary set of parameters can be specified if needed for redundancy.CLI Command Definitions gw-ip-addr Public virtual IP address for the security gateway. The no form of the command disables the previous security gateway polling regardless of the cli or snmp parameters.255.0. To poll the AudioCodes SeGW specify the SNMP information. IP address for the syslog server (i.0.255.0.255 None ip-addr 0. Inc. The last command entered over writes the previous command. Note: The system will only maintain one set of information. 0.255.0 to 255. To poll the Genband SeGW specify the CLI information and indicate whether ssh or telnet should be used. The polling mechanism is vendor specific.e.Proprietary and Confidential 5-282 .255 1-32 alphanumeric characters None ifname None Mode Global configuration security-gateway-polling This command is used to enable/disable the SVP to poll the security gateway for tunnel information.255. Syntax security-gateway-polling site-identifier <site-id>snmp-address <ip-address>[udpport<udp-port> ] version {1 | 2c} community<community-string> [snmp-address <ipaddress> [udp-port<udp-port> ] version {1 |2c} community<community-string> ] interval<polling-interval> security-gateway-polling site-identifier <site-id>cli-address <ip-address> [ port-num <portnum>] username<username>[encrypted]password <password> [access-type {telnet | ssh}] [prompt<prompt-string> [cli-address <ip-address> [ port-num <port-num>] username<username>[encrypted]password <password> [access-type {telnet | ssh}] [prompt<prompt-string> ] interval<polling-interval> no security-gateway-polling site-identifier <site-id> [ snmp-address <ip-address>[udpport<udp-port> ] version {1 | 2c} community<community-string> [snmp-address <ipaddress> [udp-port<udp-port> ] version {1 |2c} community<community-string> ] interval<polling-interval> ] no security-gateway-polling site-identifier <site-id> [ cli-address <ip-address> [ port-num NetSocket.0 to 255. . The default ports will be used unless a value is explicitly defined. This is the IP address that the Mobile Stations use to set up the IPSec tunnels. destination IP address of syslog messages) Interface name for the interface on the SVP that is used for capturing syslog messages from the security gateway.0.

SNMP version. Username for CLI access.CLI Command Definitions <port-num>] username<username>[encrypted]password <password> [access-type {telnet | ssh}] [prompt<prompt-string> [cli-address <ip-address> [ port-num <port-num>] username<username>[encrypted]password <password> [access-type {telnet | ssh}] [prompt<prompt-string> ] interval<polling-interval> ] Parameters Parameter site-id ip-address udp-port version communitystring port-num Description Character string to uniquely identify a security gateway IP address of a security gateway in the dot format SNMP port number. If the vendor is not specified correctly. This is currently used to control the parsing for the syslog messages which is vendor specific. security-gateway-settings vendor { audiocodes-ncite | genband-s2 } no security-gateway-settings vendor { audiocodes-ncite | genband-s2 } NetSocket. Overrides the default ssh or telnet port number. Inc. SNMP community string CLI port number. . The no form of the command returns the setting to the system default.Proprietary and Confidential 5-283 . Password for CLI access Indicate whether telnet or ssh access should be used. Time interval to poll the security gateway 30 – 300 seconds telnet or ssh 1 or 2c char[32] Range char[64] N/A Default None None 161 None None 22-ssh 23-telnet None None telnet > or # 30 seconds username password access-type prompt-string polling-interval Mode Global configuration security-gateway-settings This command is used to indicate the SeGW vendor. Specify the CLI command prompt to expect. tunnel events will not be recognized.

Syntax send-alert email-test Mode EXEC NetSocket. . Mode Global configuration send-alert email-test This command sends a test message to all users configured to receive alert notifications. Inc. The address is of the form username@domain. By default the list is empty. Syntax send-alert user-email<email-address> no send-alert user-email[<email-address>] Parameters Parameter email-address Description E-mail address of the user.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter vendor Description Specify SeGW vendor.com. The e-mail service must be enabled before e-mails will be sent.Proprietary and Confidential 5-284 . Type/Range audiocodes-ncite or genband-s2 Default audiocodesncite Mode Global Configuration send-alert user-email This command adds or removes a user from the list of e-mail address alert notifications should be sent. Note the DNS server must be enabled to resolve domain name to an IP address. The no form of the command removes a single user or all users if the e-mail address is omitted.

cs-ip-addr <ip-address> direction {both | originating | terminating} ingress-port <port> egress-port <port> NetSocket. Not used. The no form of the command removes the message filter for the specified interface. message-filter uma unistim h323 sccp sip Port usage Not used. Usage is deprecated and should be omitted. . The IP address and direction parameters are deprecated and should be omitted. udp port 1719 assumed and tcp ports greater than 1023 are inspected. The egress-port may be used in conjunction with ingress-port to specify 2 port numbers for identifying SIP signaling messages. Refer to port usage table above. The ingress-port may be used to override default. Default 2000 assumed.CLI Command Definitions session-capture The session-capture command is used to install a session capture filter on a specified SVP interface. Default 5060 assumed. the <if-name> specifies the xyxs interface for tapping on a specific SVP host. 5000 is assumed Not used. Usage is deprecated and should be omitted. The port numbers are not used unless used depending on the message-filter type. Refer to port usage table above. A maximum of 12 configuration commands is allowed. The message filter type determines the port numbers to be used for capturing signaling messages. 14001 is assumed.Proprietary and Confidential 5-285 . The xyxs interfaces are numbered 0 to 3 and are designed to prevent message overload on the SVP. Inc. The ingress-port may be used to override the default. Syntax session-capture interface <if-name> [cs-ip-addr <ip-address>] [direction {both | originating | terminating}] [ingress-port <port>] [egress-port <port>] [allow-ip-fragments] message-filter {uma|sip|h323|unistim|sccp [profile-name acc1]} no session-capture interface <if-name> [cs-ip-addr <ip-address>] [direction {both | originating | terminating}] [ingress-port <port>] [egress-port <port>] [allow-ip-fragments] message-filter {uma|sip|h323|unistim|sccp [profile-name acc1]} Parameters Parameter interface <if-name> Description Required parameter.

The default profile is selected if not entered. message-filter profile-name Mode Global Configuration session-delay-success The SVP analyses the signaling messages during session setup to determine if the session is established successfully. Range 1-30 2 Default Mode Global configuration session-from-id The session-from-id command is used to specify the signaling message field to use for the session from Id.CLI Command Definitions allow-ip-fragments By default the monitoring interface will ignore fragmented IP packets. This parameter specifies the network deployed protocol that is used to control session establishment. The no form of the NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-286 . The profile name usage should be discussed with Netsocket support personnel to meet the deployment criterion. Currently this field is only applicable to a SIP deployment. . This command is used to specify that delay value. The no form of the command returns the delay to its default configuration. Syntax session-delay-success <delay> no session-delay-success [<delay>] Parameters Parameter delay Description Seconds to delay decision. for a call or video session this is done when the RTP media stream is successfully negotiated. In some cases. In general. NOTE: this is currently only implemented for SIP deployments. it may be possible that a downstream signaling event may cause a session to fail soon after it is established. In this case it may be desirable to postpone the session disposition for some number of seconds. If the allow-ip-fragments keyword is used the interface will reconstruct and process fragmented IP packets. Inc.

CLI Command Definitions command returns the from Id selection to the default value. . Sixteen addresses can be provisioned per GANC. and the SVP will receive packets with either address. If the HS sends messages with a virtual IP address that is NAT’d to a physical IP by a load balancer. The vip keyword should be used to identify which IP addresses are not associated with a physical address. it is necessary to configure the SVP with the destination addresses that will be captured in the packets exchanged between the HS and the GANC.Proprietary and Confidential 5-287 . it is necessary to provision both the virtual IP and the physical IPs. Syntax session-from-id sip {from-id | contact-id} no session-from-id sip {from-id | contact-id} Parameters Parameter sip Description Sip signaling message field to use. The no form of the command will remove the IP address from the GANC list. Type/Range IP address in dotted notation. Inc. Syntax session-ip[vip] <ip-address> no session-ip[vip] <ip-address> Parameters Parameter ip-address Description IP address expected to be used as destination of this GANC. Default None Mode GANC configuration NetSocket. Type/Range from-id or contact-id Default from-id Mode Global Configuration session-ip To allow for session KPIs to be tracked per GANC.

If the number of sessions currently encountering a loop is less than or equal to this value the alert will be cleared. Range 1-maximum number of sessions 1. . an alert will be set. use the session-loop-alert linkthresholds command.value of setthreshold Default none clear-threshold none Mode Global configuration session-loop-alert threshold To configure the thresholds for session path alerts. to indicate levels of sessions that are currently encountering loops detected at a router interface. Syntax session-loop-alert link-thresholds {set-threshold <set-threshold> clear-threshold <clearthreshold>} no session-loop-alert link-thresholds [set-threshold <set-threshold> clear-threshold <clear-threshold>] Parameters Parameter set-threshold Description If the number of sessions currently encountering a loop is greater than this value. Inc. The no form of the command disables the thresholds and hence no session-loop alerts will be sent. to indicate levels of sessions that are currently encountering loops use the session-loop-alert thresholds command. Syntax session-loop-alert thresholds {set-threshold < 32-bit-integer> clear-threshold < 32-bitinteger>} no session-loop-alert thresholds [set-threshold < 32-bit-integer> clear-threshold < 32-bitinteger>] Parameters Parameter Description Range Default NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-288 .CLI Command Definitions session-loop-alert link-threshold To configure the thresholds for session path alerts. The no form of the command disables the thresholds and hence no session-loop alerts will be sent.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-289 . If the number of sessions currently encountering a loop is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. *. +9………. *. The ‘*” is used to match any number of subsequent digits. +. an ‘*’ or ‘. and vpdd use the prefix list constructed by this command. Default none Mode Global Configuration NetSocket. The ‘. pdd. or . The signaling delay threshold commands cdd. The no form of the command removes a previously defined prefix. special character. Type/Range 0-9. Following the first character. The term non-standard is purposely vague but typically is used to differentiate international call destinations.’ can be used to as a place holder to any single digit.CLI Command Definitions set-threshold If the number of sessions currently encountering a loop is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. Would match any prefix beginning with 9 followed by 10 digits. vdd. Would match any prefix beginning with +9 followed by 10 digits. 1-maximum number of sessions 1. Syntax session-non-std-dst prefix <prefix> no session-non-std-dst prefix <prefix> Parameters Parameter prefix Description Sequence of digits or +.’ can be used. The prefix value is starts with a number 0 to 9 or a + character. Inc. As an example: 9……….value of setthreshold none clear-threshold none Mode Global configuration session-non-std-dst prefix This command is currently used to define a prefix list to identify sessions with a destination that is considered to be non-standard. or . . 9* Would match any prefix beginning with 9 followed by any number of digits.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-290 . to indicate levels of sessions that are currently finding no route among the managed routers use the session-noroute-alert thresholds command.value of setthreshold Default none clear-threshold none Mode Global configuration session-noroute-alert threshold To configure the thresholds for session path alerts. Range 1-maximum number of sessions 1. . Syntax session-noroute-alert thresholds {set-threshold <32-bit-integetr> clear-threshold <32-bitintegetr> } no session-noroute-alert thresholds [set-threshold <32-bit-integetr> clear-threshold <32bit-integetr>] Parameters Parameter Description Range Default NetSocket. Syntax session-noroute-alert link-thresholds {set-threshold <set-threshold> clear-threshold <clear-treshold> } no session-noroute-alert link-thresholds [set-threshold <set-theshold> clear-threshold <clear-threshold>] Parameters Parameter set-threshold Description If the number of sessions currently finding no route is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. to indicate levels of sessions that are currently finding no route as detected at a specific link.CLI Command Definitions session-noroute-alert link-thresholds To configure the thresholds for session path alerts. The no form of the command disables the thresholds and hence no session-loop alerts will be sent. If the number of sessions currently finding no route is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. Inc. The no form of the command disables the thresholds and hence no session-loop alerts will be sent. the session-noroute-alert thresholds command.

Therefore. If the number of sessions currently finding no route is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. Syntax session-pcap-ratio <ratio> no session-pcap-ratio [<ratio>] Parameters Parameter ratio Description Percentage of successful sessions to save pcap information for. .CLI Command Definitions set-threshold If the number of sessions currently finding no route is greater than this value an alarm will be sent.value of setthreshold none clear-threshold none Mode Global configuration session-pcap-ratio The SVP saves pcap messages associated with a session in memory while the session is active. This command is used to set the NetSocket. it is not guaranteed that the SVP will receive all of the signaling in all cases. the SVP will close the session monitoring state. they are written to disk. the system may drop messages and/or omit saving the information. 1-maximum number of sessions 1. The system places a memory limit and disk usage limit so that saving the pcap information does not degrade overall system performance. If the pcap ratio is set too high for a system that has a high call rate.Proprietary and Confidential 5-291 . the disk space limit may be reached and older sessions may be deleted. If the pcap messages are to be saved. the SVP maintains timers during call setup and call establishment. If the timer expires. The no form of the command returns the ratio to its default configuration. Likewise. Inc. Thus reduced the number of days this information would normally be saved. Range 1-100 1 Default Mode Global configuration session-timeout The SVP is not part of the control signaling for call establishment. As a defensive mechanism.

The no form of the command disables the thresholds and hence no NetSocket. This command puts CLI in session-thresholds mode which enables session threshold configuration commands to be entered. Syntax session-timeout {setup <setup> established <established>} no session-timeout [setup <setup> established <established>] Parameters Parameter setup established Description Time in seconds to wait before considering the setup to have failed. Range 10-360 300-14400 30 3600 Default Mode Global configuration session-thresholds To configure SVP session and tunnel thresholds. Syntax session-thresholds no session-thresholds Mode Global configuration session-unstable-alert link-thresholds To configure the thresholds for session path alerts. If sessions are being timed out.CLI Command Definitions value of these timers. it may be necessary to reevaluate how the SVP is receiving the control signaling. use the session-thresholds command in global configuration mode. Time in seconds to wait before considering an established call to have ended. The timer value should be conservative. . Inc. to indicate levels of sessions whose routes are currently converging as detected at a specific router interface use the session-unstablealert thresholds command.Proprietary and Confidential 5-292 . The no form of the command returns the timeouts to their default value regardless of the parameter values.

Range 1-maximum number of sessions 1. Syntax session-unstable-alert thresholds {set-threshold <32-bit-integetr> clear-threshold <32-bitintegetr>} no session-unstable-alert thresholds [set-threshold <32-bit-integetr> clear-threshold <32bit-integetr>] Parameters Parameter set-threshold Description If the number of sessions currently undergoing routing convergence is greater than this value an alarm will be sent.CLI Command Definitions session-unstable alerts will be sent. Range 1-maximum number of sessions Default none NetSocket. If the number of sessions currently undergoing routing convergence is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. The no form of the command disables the thresholds and hence no session-unstable alerts will be sent. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-293 . .value of setthreshold Default none clear-threshold none Mode Global configuration session-unstable-alert threshold To configure the thresholds for session path alerts. to indicate levels of sessions whose routes are currently converging use the session-unstable-alert thresholds command. Syntax session-unstable-alert link-thresholds {set-threshold <set-threshold> clear-threshold <clear-threshold>} no session-unstable-alert link-thresholds [set-threshold <set-threshold> clear-threshold <clear-threshold>] Parameters Parameter set-threshold Description If the number of sessions currently undergoing routing convergence is greater than this value an alarm will be sent.

maximum number of characters is 1024.Proprietary and Confidential 5-294 . Inc. | tag} NetSocket. Value of a previously set environment variable.CLI Command Definitions clear-threshold If the number of sessions currently undergoing routing convergence is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. Syntax set variable-name {number | name | string | $name} Parameters Parameter variable-name number name string Description Environment variable to set..value of setthreshold none Mode Global configuration set Specifies a global environment variable and its value.the string must begin and end with a quotation-mark character (“). One-word string of alphabetic characters. Numeric value. name Mode Protmon Configuration set as-path In a route-map. prepends the specified autonomous system number(s) to the as-path of the matched route. maximum number of characters is 1024. Multiple word string of alphabetic characters. The no form of this command leaves the as-path intact (no modification is made).. Syntax set as-path {prepend {as-number}. 1. . maximum value is 4294967295.

Syntax set automatic-tag no set automatic-tag Mode Route-Map Configuration set comm-list Enables communities to be added to the COMMUNITY attribute of matched inbound or outboundroutes in a route-map. Syntax set comm-list community-list-id [additive] no set comm-list [community-list-id [additive]] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket.. The no form of this command disables this command. tag Mode Route-Map Configuration set automatic-tag Enables the tag value to be automatically computed for the matched route in a route-map.Proprietary and Confidential 5-295 . Converts the tag of a matched route into an autonomous system path. amaximum of 10 may be prepended. applies whenredistributing routes into BGP.. . The noform of this command disables this function. | tag} Parameters Parameter prepend as-number Description Autonomous system number(s) to be prepended to the as-path. Inc.CLI Command Definitions no set as-path {prepend [as-number].

Mode Route-Map Configuration set community Sets the COMMUNITY attribute of matched prefixes to the specified community in a routemap.CLI Command Definitions community-list-id Community list that determines which COMMUNITY values should beadded to the COMMUNITY attribute of matched routes. Inc.} [additive] Parameters NetSocket..} [additive] no set community {{no-export | local-as | no-advertise} | {community-number}. additive Mode Route-Map Configuration set comm-list delete Enables communities to be removed from the COMMUNITY attribute of matched inbound or outbound routes in a route-map. Adds the COMMUNITY values resulting from the community-list to the alreadyexistingCOMMUNITY attribute of matched routes.The no form of this command deletes the COMMUNITY attribute of matched routes.. Syntax set community {{no-export | local-as | no-advertise} | {community-number}. Syntax set comm-list community-list-id delete no set comm-list community-list-id delete Parameters Parameter community-list-id Description Community list that determines which communities are to be deleted fromthe COMMUNITY attribute of matched routes.. ..Proprietary and Confidential 5-296 . The no form of this command disables this command.

local-as no-advertise community-number additive Adds this community to the already-existing COMMUNITY attribute. Inc. where n and m are integers in the range 0-65535.and not to an EBGP peer (systems outside the confederation.Proprietary and Confidential 5-297 . • a community symbol as defined with the define community command. Send this route to peers in other subautonomous systems within the localconfederation. . this can be any of the following: • a number from 1 to 4294967295. specify a singlesymbol or multiple symbols separated by a space. • a number in the format n:m. specify a single number or multiple numbers separated bya space. The no form of this command cancels the effect of this command. Community number. or if there is no confederation. Do not advertise this route to any peer (internal or external). do not advertise this route to an external system. Mode Route-Map Configuration set community none Removes the COMMUNITY attribute of matched prefixes in a route-map. anyEBGP peer).CLI Command Definitions Parameter no-export Description Send this route only to other subautonomous systems within a confederation. Syntax set community none no set community none Mode Route-Map Configuration NetSocket.

Adds the EXTENDED-COMMUNITY values resulting from the extended communitylistto the already-existing EXTENDEDCOMMUNITY attribute of matched routes. additive Mode Route-Map Configuration set extcomm-list delete Removes extended communities from the EXTENDED-COMMUNITY attribute of matched inbound or outbound routes in a route-map.CLI Command Definitions set extcomm-list Enables extended communities to be added to the EXTENDED-COMMUNITY attribute of matched inbound or outbound routes in a route-map. Syntax set extcomm-list ext-community-list-id delete no set extcomm-list ext-community-list-id delete Parameters Parameter ext-community-list-id Description Extended community list that determines which extended communitiesare to be deleted from the EXTENDED-COMMUNITY attribute of matched routes. The no form of this command disables thiscommand. Syntax set extcomm-list ext-community-list-id [additive] no set extcomm-list [ext-community-list-id [additive]] Parameters Parameter ext-community-list-id Description Extended community list that determines which EXTENDEDCOMMUNITYvalues should be added to the EXTENDEDCOMMUNITY attribute of matchedroutes. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-298 . The no form of this command disables this command. Inc. NetSocket.

The no form of this command deletes the EXTENDEDCOMMUNITYattribute of matched routes. Sets the route’s extended community attribute to this soo value. Sets the route’s extended community attribute to this LinkBandwidth (lbw) value. Inc.CLI Command Definitions Mode Route-Map Configuration set extcommunity Sets the EXTENDED-COMMUNITY attribute of matched prefixes to the specified extended community in a route-map. Sets the route’s extended community attribute to this Route Target(rt) value.Proprietary and Confidential 5-299 . Sets the route’s extended community attribute to this Route Target(rt) value. . Sets the route’s extended community attribute to theextended community type and value specified by the two 32-bit integers (a raw 64-bit extendedcommunity value is passed into BGP). rt as-number:32-bit-value rt ip-address:16-bit-value soo as-number:32-bit-value soo ip-address:16-bit-value additive Mode Route-Map Configuration NetSocket. Adds this community to the already-existing extended community attribute. Sets the route’s extended community attribute to this soo value. Syntax set extcommunity {lbw {as-number:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | opaque 32bitinteger:32-bit-integer} rt {as-number:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | soo {asnumber:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | [additive] no set extcommunity {lbw {as-number:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | opaque 32bitinteger:32-bit-integer | rt {as-number:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | soo {asnumber:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} [additive] Parameters Parameter lbw as-number:32-bit-value lbw ip-address:16-bit-value opaque 32-bit-integer:32-bit-integer Description Sets the route’s extended community attribute to this LinkBandwidth (lbw) value.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-300 . no set ip address prefix-list [prefix-list-id].. no set ip address [prefix-list-id].CLI Command Definitions set extcommunity none Removes the COMMUNITY attribute of matched prefixes in a route-map. Syntax set ip address prefix-list {prefix-list-id}. The no form of this command clearsthe route(s) to be injected. The no form of this command clears the prefix to be injected. Syntax set ip address {access-list-id}. Parameter access-list-id Mode Route-Map Configuration Description Name of access-list to be injected.. The no form of this command cancels the effect of this command. Inc. ... Syntax set extcommunity none no set extcommunity none Mode Route-Map Configuration set ip address Sets the route(s) to be originated (injected) in a route-map. Parameters NetSocket. set ip address prefix-list Sets the route prefix to be originated (injected) in a route-map.....

sets the next hop of matching routes to theneighbor’s address from which the route was received. For inbound route maps.Proprietary and Confidential 5-301 . sets the nexthop of advertised matching routes to this router. | peer-address} no set ip next-hop {{ip-address}.CLI Command Definitions Parameter prefix-list-id Mode Route-Map Configuration Description Name of prefix-list to be injected. thefollowing address(es) in the list are tried in the order in which they are listed.. The no form of this command removesthis set entry from the route-map. Inc.. Syntax set local-preference local-preference no set local-preference [local-preference] NetSocket. For outbound route maps. set ip next-hop Sets the next-hop for matching packets in a route-map. | peer-address} Parameters Parameter ip-address Description IP address of the next-hop for this packet. peer-address Mode Route-Map Configuration set local-preference Sets a locally significant preference value for matching autonomous system paths.The no form of this command removes this set entry from the route-map. Syntax set ip next-hop {{ip-address}.. in a routemap. If the first IP address is down.. .

CLI Command Definitions
Parameters Parameter local-preference Description Local preference value, range is 0 to 4294967295, default is 100.

Mode Route-Map Configuration

set metric
Sets a metric value for a protocol in a route-map used for redistribution. The no form of this command returns the metric value to its default. Syntax set metric [+ | -] metric-value no set metric [+ | -] [metric-value] Parameters Parameter + metric-value Description Adds the specified metric to the existing metric. Subtracts the specified metric from the existing metric. The metric value to be used for this protocol, range is 0 to 4294967295, defaultis the dynamically-learned metric value.

Mode Route-Map Configuration Guidelines Regardless of the value added or subtracted by using the + or — Operators, the metric-value willnot be set to a value outside of the range of 0 to 4294967295. If neither the + nor — Is used, theexisting metric-value is simply overwritten by the specified metric-value.

set origin
Sets the BGP origin code for route matches in a route map. The no form of this command

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removes this set entry from the route-map. Syntax set origin {egp as-number | igp | incomplete} no set origin [egp as-number | igp | incomplete] Parameters Parameter egp as-number igp incomplete Mode Route-Map Configuration Description Sets the BGP origin attribute to local Exterior Gateway Protocol. Autonomous system number of the remote EGP. Sets the BGP origin attribute to Interior Gateway Protocol. Sets the BGP origin attribute to Incomplete.

set tag
Sets a tag value for matching routes in route-map. The no form of this command removes this setentry from the route-map. Syntax set tag tag-value no set tag [tag-value] Parameters Parameter tag-value Description Route tag to be set, range is 0 to 4294967295.

Mode Route-Map Configuration

set weight

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Sets a network weight for matching routes in a route-map. The no form of this command removesthis set entry from the route-map. Syntax set weight network-weight no set weight [network-weight] Parameters Parameter network-weight Description Network weight to be assigned to redistributed routes, range is 0 to 65535.

Mode Route-Map Configuration

show
Since there are several commands in the session thresholds configuration mode, a show command will also be added to display the current running configuration for the commands entered in this mode. This command is intended to be used for validating changes to the session thresholds configuration. The user should verify that the required time intervals are provisioned and that the thresholds related to those time intervals are provisioned per thresholds type. If a time interval is not defined, the no alert during that time interval will be generated. Likewise, if a time interval is provisioned, but a specific alert does not have the set/clear thresholds provisioned, that alert will not be generated. Syntax show Mode Session thresholds configuration

show (address family)
Displays the address-family portion of the running-config. Syntax show Mode Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF)

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Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast)

show (BGP)
Displays information about the current BGP routing instance. Syntax show Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast)

show (flow aggregation cache)
Displays configuration information currently running on the router for this Flow Aggregation CacheMode. Syntax show Mode Flow Aggregation Cache Configuration

show (global)
Displays the entire running-config.

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Syntax show Mode Global Configuration

show (interface)
Displays the interface configuration portion of the running-config. Syntax show Mode Interface Configuration (Admin, Loopback, NNET, Null, Port-chan, Pos-chan, Tunnel) Subinterface Configuration (Port-chan)

show (IP extended access-list)
Displays the access-list being configured during extended access-list configuration. Syntax show Mode IP Extended Access-List Configuration

show (IP policy-list)
Displays match statements associated with a variable during Route-Map Configuration. Syntax show Mode IP Policy-List Configuration

show (IP standard access-list)

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Displays the access-list being configured during standard access-list configuration. Syntax show Mode IP Standard Access-List Configuration

show (OSPF)
Displays information about the current OSPF routing instance. Syntax show Mode Router Configuration (OSPF)

show (policy-map class output)
Displays the configuration information currently running on the router for this class policy. Syntax show Mode Policy-Map Class Output Configuration

show (route-map assign)
Displays match statements associated with a variable during Route-Map Configuration. Syntax show Mode Route-Map Assign

show (route-map config)
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Displays the current element (name and sequence number) being configured during RouteMapConfiguration. Syntax show Mode Route-Map Configuration

show (system)
Displays the controller (system) configuration portion of the running-config. Syntax show Mode Controller Configuration (System)

show (traceoptions)
Displays the traceoptions configuration portion of the running-config for the currently specifiedtrace file. Syntax show Mode Traceoptions Configuration

show access-lists
Displays the contents of access-lists used on the RCP. Syntax show access-lists [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter Description

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access-list-id

Name of the access-list to be displayed; if none is entered, the contents of allaccesslists are shown.

Mode User EXEC Output {Standard | Extended} IP access list access-list-id — Alphanumeric name string of a standard ORextended access-list. sequence-number — Unique sequence number of the deny, permit, or remark clause. {deny | permit | remark string} — access is denied for the source and destination addressesspecified OR access is permitted for the source and destination addresses specified OR thestring that follows the remark keyword is a special remark. rcp — Optional indicator which specifies that this clause should allow an extended set of optionsonly available on the RCP; therefore, this clause will not be applied on the line card. {protocol | ip} — Optional name or number of an internet protocol (RCP option only) OR any IPprotocol. {source-ip-address, wildcard bits source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} — Accessis denied or permitted for packets originating from this source IP address and wildcard maskcombination OR access is denied or permitted for packets originating from any source IP addressOR access is denied or permitted for packets originating from this source IP address host. {eq | gt | lt | neq | range} — Optional indicator which specifies that port must be equal to a valueOR specifies that port must be greater than a value OR specifies that port must be less than avalue OR specifies that port must be not equal to a value OR specifies that port must be within arange of values. {source-tcp-port | source-udp-port} — Optional decimal number or well-known name of the sourceTCP or UDP port. {dest-ip-address, wildcard bits dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} — Access is deniedor permitted for packets sent to this destination IP address and wildcard mask combination ORaccess is denied or permitted for packets sent to any destination IP address OR access is deniedor permitted for packets sent to this destination IP address host. {eq | gt | lt | neq | range} — Optional indicator which specifies that port must be equal to a valueOR specifies that port must be greater than a value OR specifies that port must be less than avalue OR specifies that port must be not equal to a value OR specifies that port must be within a range of values. {dest-tcp-port | dest-udp-port} — Optional decimal number or well-known name of the destinationTCP or UDP port. ack — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only) dscp-value — Optional DSCP value to be matched or a well-known DSCP name. established — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only) fin — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only) fragments — Optional indicator which specifies that packets in IP datagram fragments are to bematched (RCP option only) icmp-type — Optional ICMP name or code to be matched. icmp-subcode — Optional ICMP subcode to be matched. igmp-type — Optional IGMP protocol name or code to be matched. {log | log-input} — Optional indicator which specifies that information about matching packets willbe sent to the console OR specifies that the input interface is to be included in the log.

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precedence-value — Optional precedence level to be matched or a well-known precedencename. psh — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only) rst — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only) syn — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only) tos-value — Optional service level to be matched or a well-known ToS name (RCP option only) urg — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only) class-map-name — Optional name of an existing class-map to which the access-list is beingapplied.

show alarms
Displays a list of currently existing alarms. If no entity is specified on input, then alarms for allentities are displayed. Syntax show alarms [channel-type | interface-type [...subinterface] | port-type | rx [signal] | subsystemtype[instance] | system]... Parameters Parameter access-list-id interface-type rx [signal] subsystem-type Mode User EXEC Guidelines The output of a show alarms command is sorted by Severity Level (level 0 first through level 7last) and then by Date&Time (oldest through newest). The Alarm-Description field in the output of the show alarms command does not display any alarm defect qualifier text that may exist for an alarm. This information, contained within parenthesis, can be displayed using the associated show controllers command. Output Date — Datestamp (mmdd) of when the alarm occurred. Time — Timestamp (in hh:mm:ss) of when the alarm occurred. P — Partition (“A” for Admin partition, an integer 0 to 5 for a router partition) Entity-Name — Name of the entity to which the alarm is associated. SL — Severity level of the alarm (level 0 through level 7) Description {sts12c | sts192c | sts3c | sts48c}. {port-chan | pos-chan}. Display signal group alarms for the specified slot. {ap | cnet | op | osp | rnet}.

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Interface Configuration Mode. IP Extended Access-List Configuration Mode. Inc.CLI Command Definitions Eff — Effect of the alarm (either SA for service affecting or NSA for non-service affecting) OA — Office Alarm currently mapped to by the severity level of the alarm (CR. IP Explicit Path Configuration Mode. Flow Aggregation Cache Configuration Mode. EXEC mode. address-family configure controller cos-queue-group-in cos-queue-group-out exec flow-cache interface ip-explicit-path ipenacl ipsnacl line path-attr NetSocket. . CoS Queue Group Output Configuration Mode. MN. Line Configuration Mode. Path Attribute Configuration Mode. MJ. show aliases Displays the current command aliases for a specific mode or all modes. CoS Queue Group Input Configuration Mode.Proprietary and Confidential 5-311 . IP Standard Access-List Configuration Mode. Address Family Configuration Mode. Syntax show aliases [mode] Parameters Parameter mode Description {address-family | configure | controller | cos-queue-group-in | cos-queuegroupout | exec | flow-cache | interface | ipexplicit-path | ipenacl | ipsnacl | line |path-attr | policy-list | protmon | QoSclassmap | QoSpolicymap-in | QoSpolicymap-out| QoSpolicymapclassin | QoSpolicymapclass-out | route-map | router | subinterface |traceoptions}. Controller Configuration Mode. Global Configuration Mode. or NA) Alarm-Type — Acronym for type of alarm and definition of what acronym means.

show arp Displays the entries within the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table.Proprietary and Confidential 5-312 . . QoS Class-Map Configuration Mode QoS Policy-Map Input Configuration Mode. QoS Policy-Map Output Configuration Mode. QoS Policy-Map Class Input Configuration Mode. Route-Map Configuration Mode. Router Configuration Mode. Traceoptions Configuration Mode. Interface — Interface on which the ARP was received. QoS Policy-Map Class Output Configuration Mode. Age (min) — Time remaining (in minutes) before entry is removed from ARP table. Hardware Addr — MAC address (“incomplete” indicates that the MAC address could not beresolved) Type — Encapsulation type. show arp-clone NetSocket. Syntax show arp Mode User EXEC Output Protocol — Type of protocol. Inc. Address — IP address. Subinterface Configuration Mode. Protection Monitor Configuration Mode.CLI Command Definitions policy-list protmon QoSclassmap QoSpolicymap-in QoSpolicymap-out QoSpolicymapclass-in QoSpolicymapclass-out route-map router` subinterface traceoptions Mode User EXEC IP Policy-List Configuration Mode.

NetSocket. Inc. Egress Port Id — Proprietary PFM and port identifier numbers. . Existing as-symbol (created with the define as command) for which thecorresponding as-number is to be displayed. for NetSocket use only. symbols must be alphanumeric text stringsbeginning with an alphabetic character and containing up to 20 characters. and seconds as 00:00:00 that the ARP daemon has been connected. minutes. IP Destination — IP destination address. Syntax show as-table [as-number | symbol-name] Parameters Parameter as-number Description Number of the autonomous system for which the corresponding defined symbol isto be displayed.CLI Command Definitions Displays the arp clone routes for ethernet interfaces. ARP clone requests — Number of ARP clone requests. symbol-name Mode User EXEC show begin Displays show command output beginning with the line matched by the regular-expression. show as-table Displays all AS numbers (or specified numbers) and corresponding symbols (created with thedefine as command).Proprietary and Confidential 5-313 . Syntax show arp-clone Mode User EXEC Output ARP daemon connected — Duration of time in hours.

CLI Command Definitions Syntax show show-object | begin regular-expression Parameters Parameter show-object regular-expression Description Any object of a show command. show bgp-global-config Displays the portion of the running configuration that controls all of BGP (the BGP global configuration commands). Mode User EXEC Guidelines The pipe symbol (|) is part of the command syntax and must be included. this command displays all configuration information for BGP peergroupsand neighbors.Proprietary and Confidential 5-314 . If a peergroupor IP-address is not specified. Regular-expression to be matched to control the result of the search. Syntax show bgp-neighbor-config [peer-group | ip-address] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. Syntax show bgp-global-config Mode User EXEC show bgp-neighbor-config Displays the running configuration of the specified peer-group or BGP neighbor. Inc. .

. Mode User EXEC show bgp-network-config Displays the BGP network commands subset of the running configuration.Proprietary and Confidential 5-315 . Syntax show clock [detail] Mode User EXEC Guidelines NetSocket. Address of the BGP peer whose running configuration is to be displayed. Syntax show bgp-redistribution-config Mode User EXEC show clock Displays the system clock value. Syntax show bgp-network-config Mode User EXEC show bgp-redistribution-config Displays the portion of the running configuration that controls redistribution in BGP.CLI Command Definitions peer-group ip-address BGP peer-group whose running configuration is to be displayed. Inc.

Output Time source is {NTP | hardware clock} — Time source currently being used. Existing community-symbol (created with the define community command) forwhich the corresponding community-number is to be displayed.Proprietary and Confidential 5-316 . where AA is the AS-number and NN is the community number). symbols must be alphanumerictext strings beginning with an alphabetic character and containing up to 20 characters. thought to be accurate). show community-table Displays BGP community numbers and the corresponding symbols (created with the define community command). Summer-time {is not set | starts | ends} — Daylight savings time settings. the systemwill not allow peers to synch up to the system clock. . butNTP has not finished synchronizing. NetSocket. Inc. may be entered as a 32-bit integer.” if it is considered “authoritative”. The time value within the output will be prefixed with a “. If the time value is not author itative. symbol-name Mode User EXEC show dampening interface Displays summary system statistics for interface dampening. Syntax show community-table [community-number | symbol-name] Parameters Parameter community-number Description Number of the BGP community for which the corresponding definedsymbol is to be displayed. or two 16-bit integers separatedby a colon (AA:NN or NN:AA.CLI Command Definitions The time value within the output will be prefixed with an asterisk “*” if it is not considered “authoritative” (that is.

NetSocket. Syntax show dscp-table [ip-dscp-number | dscp-symbol] Parameters Parameter ip-dscp-number Description number for which the corresponding defined symbol will be displayed.range is 0 to 63. No interfaces are being suppressed — Suppression status of interfaces configured for eventdampening.Proprietary and Confidential 5-317 .CLI Command Definitions Syntax show dampening interface Mode User EXEC Output interfaces are configured for dampening — Number of interfaces configured for event dampening. . Syntax show debugging Mode User EXEC show dscp-table Displays IP Diffserv Code Point (DSCP) numbers and the corresponding symbols (created withthe define dscp command). show debugging Displays all of the settings used for debugging. Inc. Features that are using interface dampening: — Routing protocols configured for interfacedampening.

If a host IP address is provided. show exit-point-map Displays the current exit point map of a RCP-monitored domain. Inc. Regular-expression to match text that is to be excluded in the search. symbols must be alphanumeric text stringsbeginning with an alphabetic character.CLI Command Definitions dscp-symbol Existing dscp-symbol (created with the define dscp command) for which thecorresponding DSCP number will be displayed.Proprietary and Confidential 5-318 .the output displays all the exit points of the given router. range is 1 to 20 characters. Mode User EXEC Guidelines The pipe symbol (|) is part of the command syntax and must be included. Mode User EXEC show exclude Displays show command output excluding the lines matched by the regular-expression. . Syntax show show-object| exclude regular-expression Parameters Parameter show-object regular-expression Description Any object of a show command. Syntax show exit-point-map [host-address ip-address] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket.

d.CLI Command Definitions ip-address IP address. . Syntax show history Mode User EXEC Guidelines The most recent commands are shown at the bottom of the show history list. Description Name of the file as [device:][directory/]file. referto the dir command documentation. Inc. in the format of a. Syntax show file information filename Parameters Parameter filename Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines The device argument within a directory-name or filename specification refers to both physicaldevices and logical devices (directory areas).b. For a complete list of valid device arguments.c. Mode EXEC show file information Displays information about a file. NetSocket. that represents the node-id of a node in thenetwork.Proprietary and Confidential 5-319 . show history Displays the contents of the history buffer.

. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-320 . minutes. Domain list: domain-name(s) — One or more default domain names contained within the domainsearch list (multiple domain names are concatenated by spaces). Type — Type of address (always IP) Address(es) — Address(es) of the host device.CLI Command Definitions show host-login-lockout Show all hosts that have been locked out or which have a non-zero consecutive login attempt failure. Description Name of a specific host device. and seconds until the temporary entry is removed. Age — Number of hours since the permanent entry was made. and host table information. Name servers are ip-address(es) — One or more IP addresses of DNS servers (multiple IPaddresses are concatenated by spaces) Flags {temp | perm | OK | UN} — Entry entered by a name server that is removed after TTL hasexpired OR entry entered by a configuration command that is not removed OR entry is valid ORentry is unknown. nameservers. Name/address lookup uses {domain service | static mappings} — Host name to addressresolution uses a domain service OR static mappings. NetSocket. TTL — Hours. This line is only present ifname/address lookup currently uses a domain service. Syntax show hosts [host] Parameters Parameter host Mode User EXEC Output Default domain is {not set | domain-name} — There is no default domain set OR there is a defaultdomain set. lookup style. Syntax show host-login-lockout Mode User EXEC show hosts Displays IP default domain name(s).

Existing icmp-symbol (created with the define icmp-code command) for whichthe corresponding ICMP number is to be displayed. Inc.CLI Command Definitions show icmp log Displays ICMP logging information.Proprietary and Confidential 5-321 . Syntax show icmp log interface [interface-name] Parameters Parameter interface-name Mode User EXEC Description Name of the interface. . symbol-name Mode User EXEC show include NetSocket. Syntax show icmp-table [icmp-code-number | symbol-name] Parameters Parameter icmp-code-number Description ICMP code for which the corresponding defined symbol is to bedisplayed. symbols must be alphanumeric text stringsbeginning with an alphabetic character and containing up to 20 characters. show icmp-table Displays ICMP codes and corresponding symbols (created with the define icmp-code command). range is 0 to 255.

Mode User EXEC NetSocket. Regular-expression to match text that is to be included in the search. Display installed software history on peer RCP.Proprietary and Confidential 5-322 . Syntax show show-object | include regular-expression Parameters Parameter show-object regular-expression Description Any object of a show command. Mode User EXEC Guidelines The pipe symbol (|) is part of the command syntax and must be included. show installs Displays RCP software package installation history.CLI Command Definitions Displays show command output including only the lines matched by the regular-expression. Inc. Display installed software history on standby RCP. Display installed software history on this RCP. Syntax show installs {active | peer | self | standby} Parameters Parameter active peer self standby Description Display installed software history on active RCP. .

counters for all interfaces are shown.CLI Command Definitions show interfaces Displays interface configuration and status information for all interfaces. For examples and outputsdescriptions of the generic form. Syntax show interfaces [brief] Parameters Parameter brief Description Specifies a brief output format is to be used (one line per interface). Syntax show interfaces [interface-name] access-list counters Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin0 | em0 | em1 | em2 | em3 | em4 | em5 | em6 | em7 | loopbackloopbacknumber | nnet rcp-number | null 0 | portchan channel-number[. Inc. . Mode User EXEC NetSocket. Mode User EXEC Guidelines The generic form of the show interfaces command (with no options) provides the same outputas the specific forms of the command. show interfaces access-list counters Displays counters showing how many times an access list has permitted or denied packets for aninterface. but includes all interfaces.subinterface] | poschanchannel-number | tunnel tunnelnumber}. If no interface is given. refer to the individual specific forms of the command.Proprietary and Confidential 5-323 .

Mode User EXEC Output entity is {administratively down | down | up} — Interface or subinterface is in the administrativelydown state OR interface or subinterface physical connection is operationally failed OR interfaceor subinterface physical connection is operationally good.CLI Command Definitions show interfaces admin Displays Admin interface configuration and status information. Hardware is Loopback — This is a loopback interface.Displays current negotiated state. SNMP ifIndex — SNMPv2 interface index. for NetSocketuse only. given as a percentage where 255/255 equals 100percent. DLY microseconds usec — The delay value for an interface or network segment. . if the days field exceeds 6. MTU n bytes — Maximum transmission unit of the interface. and seconds as 00:00:00 since thelast packet was received on this interface (if the hours field exceeds 23. Inc. minutes. then the output formatchanges to include only days and hours as #d#h. then the outputformat changes to include only weeks and days as #w#d. Description: string — Descriptive text for this interface (only present if string is not null) Internet address is ip-address — IP address assigned to this interface. asterisks are displayed upon NetSocket. RRX rely/255 — Reliability of the interface. Internal — Proprietary index number used by the routing protocols to identify a port. LRX rxload/255 — Receive load of the interface. line protocol is {down | up} — Interface or subinterface software handling the line protocol hasdetermined the line to be unusable OR interface or subinterface software handling the lineprotocol has determined the line to be good. BW kilobits Kbit — Bandwidth of the interface. if interface is up/up. Speed megabits Mbs mode-duplex . given as a percentage where 255/255 equals100 percent (the load calculation uses the value set by the bandwidth interface configurationcommand) Encapsulation {LOOPBACK} — The encapsulation type is LOOPBACK loopback not set — (Not Applicable) Last input {time | never} — Duration of time in hours.Proprietary and Confidential 5-324 . given as a percentage where 255/255 equals100 percent (the load calculation uses the value set by the bandwidth interface configurationcommand) LTX txload/255 — Transmit load of the interface. Syntax show interfaces [brief] admin 0 Parameters Parameter brief Description Specifies a brief output format is to be used (one line per interface).

underruns — Count of instances where the far-end transmitter has run faster than the localsystem receiver can handle. if the days field exceeds 6. possibly because ofoverload conditions. bytes (input) — Total count of bytes received without error. then the output format changes to include only days and hours as #d#h.then the output format changes to include only weeks and days as #w#d. collisions — (Not Applicable) interface resets — Count of instances where the system automatically caused an interface to becompletely reset in an attempt to bring the line protocol back up. packets output — Total count of packets transmitted without error. CRC — Count of cyclic redundancy checksum errors. 5 minute input rate n bits/sec. then the output format changes to include only weeks and days as #w#d.Proprietary and Confidential 5-325 . andseconds as 00:00:00 since the interface counters were reset to zero (if the hours field exceeds23. and seconds as 00:00:00 sincethe interface was reset due to a transmission taking too long (if the hours field exceeds 23. output hang {time | never} — Duration of time in hours. and seconds as 00:00:00 since thelast packet was transmitted on this interface (if the hours field exceeds 23. if the days field exceeds 6. packets/sec — Average bits-per-second and packets-per-second received over the last 5 minutes (if the interface counters have recently been reset to zero or thesystem has just been brought up. thenthe output format changes to include only days and hours as #d#h. ignored — Count of packets received and ignored because the interface hardware ran low oninternal buffers. no buffer — Count of packets dropped due to lack of buffer space in the main system. output buffer failures — Count of packets dropped from the output buffer. frame — Count of packets received having a CRC error and an invalid number of octets. then the outputformat changes to include only weeks and days as #w#d. if the days field exceeds 6. bytes (output) — Total count of bytes transmitted without error. asterisks are displayedupon field overflow) OR the interface has never been reset due to a transmission taking too long. Last clearing of “show interface” counters {time | never} — Duration of time in hours. throttles — Count of instances where the interface has been disabled. a “<” character will be prepended until 5 minutes of data can beaveraged) 5 minute output rate n bits/sec. minutes. Inc. NetSocket. minutes. runts — Count of packets dropped because they do not meet the minimum packet size. input errors — Total count of input errors.CLI Command Definitions fieldoverflow) OR a packet has not been received on this interface. abort — Count of packets containing an illegal sequence of one bits on the interface. output errors — Total count of output errors. overrun — Count of instances where hardware was not capable of handing received data to ahardware buffer because the input rate exceeded the hardware’s handling capability. broadcasts — Count of broadcast or multicast packets received. a “<” character will be prepended until 5 minutes of data can beaveraged) packets input — Total count of packets received without error. output {time | never} — Duration of time in hours. then the output formatchanges to include only days and hours as #d#h. asterisks are displayed upon fieldoverflow) OR a packet has not been transmitted on this interface. giants — Count of packets dropped because they exceed the maximum packet size. minutes. output buffers swapped out — Count of instances where the output buffer was swapped out. asterisksare displayed upon field overflow) OR the interface counters have never been reset to zero. . packets/sec — Average bits-per-second and packets-persecondsent over the last 5 minutes (if the interface counters have recently been reset to zero or thesystem has just been brought up.

Syntax show interfaces [interface-name] age-limit Parameters Parameter interface-name Mode User EXEC Output CoS — Class of service queue name (GP0-GP3). Age-Cfg — Configured age limit of the packets in the specified General Priority queue in msec.Proprietary and Confidential 5-326 .subinterface] | pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnelnumber}. . Mode User EXEC NetSocket. show interfaces dampening Displays detailed interface dampening statistics for one or all interfaces. Description name of the interface. Inc. Color-Mark — Per Hop Behavior color (green. or red). yellow. Syntax show interfaces [interface-name] dampening Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | null 0 | portchanchannel-number[.CLI Command Definitions show interfaces age-limit Displays information about the packet age limit for the specified interface (or all interfaces if noneis specified). Aged-Drops — Number of packets and bytes dropped because their configured age limit was reached. Prec-Value — Value of IP precedence OR IP DSCP OR MPLS experimental bits.

When this command isissued with flap dampening disabled. Mode NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-327 . a “d” (damped) is displayed before the interface type. Inc. Mode User EXEC Output See show interface admin show interfaces nnet Displays NNET interface configuration and status information. Whenflap dampening is enabled. Syntax show interfaces [brief] nnet rcp-number Parameters Parameter brief Description Specifies a brief output format is to be used (see show interfaces command for exampleand outputs description of brief output format). an “h” (history) is displaye d before the interface type. Syntax show interfaces [brief] loopback loopback-number Parameters Parameter brief Description Specifies a brief output format is to be used (see show interfaces command for exampleand outputs description of brief output format). show interfaces loopback Displays Loopback interface configuration and status information. .CLI Command Definitions Guidelines Interface flap statistics are recorded even if flap dampening is disabled.

Inc. Syntax show interfaces [brief] tunnel tunnel-number Parameters Parameter brief Description Specifies a brief output format is to be used (see show interfaces command for exampleand outputs description of brief output format).CLI Command Definitions User EXEC Output See show interfaces admin show interfaces null Displays Null interface configuration and status information. Syntax show interfaces [brief] null 0 Parameters Parameter brief Description Specifies a brief output format is to be used (see show interfaces command for exampleand outputs description of brief output format). . NetSocket. Mode User EXEC Output See show interface admin show interfaces tunnel Displays Tunnel interface configuration and status information.Proprietary and Confidential 5-328 .

{source-ip-address. the contents of allaccesslists are shown.Proprietary and Confidential 5-329 . {source-tcp-port | source-udp-port} — Optional decimal number or well-known name of the sourceTCP or UDP port. sequence-number — Unique sequence number of the deny. {protocol | ip} — Optional name or number of an internet protocol (RCP option only) OR any IPprotocol.CLI Command Definitions Mode User EXEC Output See show interface admin show ip-protocol-table Displays the contents of IP access-lists used on the RCP. Mode User EXEC Output {Standard | Extended} IP access list access-list-id — Alphanumeric name string of a standard ORextended IP access-list. if none is entered. rcp — Optional indicator which specifies that this clause should allow an extended set of optionsonly available on the RCP. Inc. or remark clause. permit. {deny | permit | remark string}. NetSocket. this clause will not be applied on the line card. . {eq | gt | lt | neq | range} — Optional indicator which specifies that port must be equal to a valueOR specifies that port must be greater than a value OR specifies that port must be less than avalue OR specifies that port must be not equal to a value OR specifies that port must be within a range of values.access is denied for the source and destination addressesspecified OR access is permitted for the source and destination addresses specified OR thestring that follows the remark keyword is a special remark. therefore. wildcard bits source-wildmask | any | host source-ip-address} — Accessis denied or permitted for packets originating from this source IP address and wildcard maskcombination OR access is denied or permitted for packets originating from any source IP addressOR access is denied or permitted for packets originating from this source IP address host. Syntax show ip access-lists [access-list-id] Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Name of the IP access-list to be displayed.

{log | log-input} — Optional indicator which specifies that information about matching packets willbe sent to the console OR specifies that the input interface is to be included in the log. precedence-value — Optional precedence level to be matched or a well-known precedencename. class-map-name — Optional name of an existing class-map to which the access-list is beingapplied. ack — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). established — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). range is 1 to 63 alphanumericor hyphen characters (the first or last character cannot be a hyphen) 48-bit IEEE MAC address using three 4-digit hex numbers separated by periods(xxxx. icmp-type — Optional ICMP name or code to be matched. psh — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). rst — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). urg — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). {dest-tcp-port | dest-udp-port} — Optional decimal number or well-known name of the destinationTCP or UDP port. wildcard bits dest-wildmask | any | host dest-ip-address} — Access is deniedor permitted for packets sent to this destination IP address and wildcard mask combination ORaccess is denied or permitted for packets sent to any destination IP address OR access is deniedor permitted for packets sent to this destination IP address host. fin — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only). tos-value — Optional service level to be matched or a well-known ToS name (RCP option only). igmp-type — Optional IGMP protocol name or code to be matched. mac-address NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions {dest-ip-address. syn — Optional TCP flag to be matched (RCP option only).xxxx. show ip arp Displays specified entries within the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table. Inc. icmp-subcode — Optional ICMP subcode to be matched. {eq | gt | lt | neq | range} — Optional indicator which specifies that port must be equal to a valueOR specifies that port must be greater than a value OR specifies that port must be less than avalue OR specifies that port must be not equal to a value OR specifies that port must be within a range of values. fragments — Optional indicator which specifies that packets in IP datagram fragments are to bematched (RCP option only). Syntax show ip arp [hostname | mac-address | ip-address | interface-type | summary] Parameters Parameter hostname Description Network unique name to be assigned to the router.Proprietary and Confidential 5-330 . dscp-value — Optional DSCP value to be matched or a well-known DSCP name.xxxx). .

Proprietary and Confidential 5-331 . NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions ip-address interface-type summary Mode User EXEC IPv4 or IPv6 IP address. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] all-pa Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. show ip as-path-access-list Displays contents of the specified as-path access-list. or if none is specified. . Inc. Specifies IPv6 address family. Mode User EXEC show ip bgp all-pa Displays all entries in the BGP routing table and all path-attributes. Specifies multicast connections. {port-chan} Displays summary ARP information. displays the contents of all as-path access-lists. Specifies unicast connections. Syntax show ip as-path-access-list [as-path-access-list-id] Parameters Parameter as-path-access-list-id Description Alphanumeric string identifying the as-path access list being displayed.

IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. range is 1 to 40 characters.Proprietary and Confidential 5-332 . Specifies IPv6 address family. NetSocket.D). Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Inc. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. 16-bit integer. Specifies unicast connections. show ip bgp (all entries) Displays entries in the BGP routing table.C.CLI Command Definitions vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs).B. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Specifies multicast connections. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. range is 0 to 65535. Specifies route distinguisher. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. . sorted Mode User EXEC Guidelines This command displays all BGP attributes for routes in a format that is friendly for test scripts.

Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Syntax show ip bgp [ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] [sorted] {ip-address [netmask] | ip-address/ mask-length} [longer-prefixes | shorter-prefixes mask-length] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast ip-address [netmask] Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. range is 0 to 65535. . Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies multicast connections. IP4 or IPv6 address and netmask of the entry to be shown.B.CLI Command Definitions vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). sorted Mode User EXEC show ip bgp (specific entries) Displays entries in the BGP routing table that match the ip-address or prefix specified.C. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. 16-bit integer. Specifies route distinguisher. Specifies unicast connections. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Inc.D). Specifies IPv6 address family. range is 1 to 40 characters. NetSocket. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.Proprietary and Confidential 5-333 .

Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Displays routes more specific than the route entered in the ip-address[netmask] or ipaddress/mask-length fields. 16-bit integer. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. . Specifies multicast connections. with a shorter mask thanthe ip-address/masklength specified. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. range is 0 to 65535.B. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] cidr-only Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.CLI Command Definitions ip-address/mask-length longer-prefixes IP4 or IPv6 address and mask length (in bits) of the entry to beshown. but a longer mask than mask-length. Specifies IPv6 address family.Proprietary and Confidential 5-334 . Specifies unicast connections. Inc. Specifies route distinguisher.D). Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. NetSocket. shorter-prefixes mask-length Mode User EXEC show ip bgp cidr-only Displays entries in the BGP routing table that use classless interdomain routing (CIDR). Displays routes matching ip-address.C.

Mode User EXEC show ip bgp community Displays routes in the BGP routing table that have the COMMUNITY attribute set to the valuespecified. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-335 . Specifies the IPv4 address family. . Syntax show ip bgp [ipv4 {multicast | unicast}] [sorted] community-list community-list-id [exactmatch] Parameters Parameter ipv4 multicast ipv4 unicast sorted community-list-id exact-match Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Displays routes that have exactly the community or communities specified (nomore and no less) in the community-list. range is 1 to 40 characters. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions vrf-name Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. String identifying the community-list. multicast routes only. sorted Mode User EXEC show ip bgp community-list Displays routes that are permitted in the specified community-list. unicast routes only.

D). Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Displays entries with the COMMUNITY attribute of local-as. *[local-as| no-advertise | no-export] [exact-match] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Displays the community represented by this symbol.Proprietary and Confidential 5-336 . range is 0 to 65535. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). range is 1 to 40 characters. which mustbe already defined with the define community command. Inc. sorted community-integer-format community-as:num-format community-symbol-number local-as NetSocket. Specifies multicast connections. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.B... . Community to be shown expressed as an integer (1 to4294967295). 16-bit integer. Specifies route distinguisher. Specifies unicast connections.CLI Command Definitions Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] community[community-integer-format | community-as:num-format | community-symbolnumber]. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies IPv6 address family. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Community to be shown in the format AA:NN (AS-communitynumber/2-byte number).C. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order.

NetSocket. Specifies IPv6 address family.Proprietary and Confidential 5-337 . Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. range is 0 to 65535. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Displays entries with the COMMUNITY attribute of no-export. Displays routes that have exactly the community or communities specified (nomore and no less). Specifies unicast connections.C. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all | rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] community-list community-list-id [exact-match] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Specifies multicast connections. Mode User EXEC show ip bgp community-list Displays routes that are permitted in the specified community-list. Inc. Specifies route distinguisher. 16-bit integer. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs.CLI Command Definitions no-advertise no-export exact-match Displays entries with the COMMUNITY attribute of no-advertise.B. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. .D).

sorted community-list-id exact-match Mode User EXEC show ip bgp dampened-paths Displays dampened routes. String identifying the community-list. range is 1 to 40 characters. 16-bit integer. . Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies multicast connections. Specifies unicast connections. range is 0 to 65535.CLI Command Definitions vrf-name Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name.Proprietary and Confidential 5-338 . Specifies route distinguisher. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Inc. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies IPv6 address family. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). NetSocket. Displays routes that have exactly the community or communities specified (nomore and no less) in the community-list. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] dampenedpaths Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer Description Specifies the IPv4 address family.

Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs).CLI Command Definitions ip-address vrf-name IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. sorted exact-match Mode User EXEC show ip bgp extcommunity Displays routes in the BGP routing table that have the EXTENDED-COMMUNITY attribute set tothe value specified. NetSocket. Specifies IPv6 address family. Displays routes that have exactly the community or communities specified (nomore and no less) in the community-list.D). Specifies route distinguisher. Inc. range is 1 to 40 characters. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.B. . Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order.C. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies multicast connections. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name.Proprietary and Confidential 5-339 . show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all | rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] extcommunity *{lbw {as-number:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | opaque 32-bit integer:32-bit-integer | rt {as-number:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value} | soo {asnumber:32-bit-value | ip-address:16-bit-value}} [exact-match] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Specifies unicast connections.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-340 . Displays routes with the extended community attribute setto the extended community type and value specified by the two 32-bit integers (a raw 64-bit extendedcommunity value).CLI Command Definitions 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name 16-bit integer. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Displays routes that have exactly the extended community or communities specified(no more and no less). Displays routes with the extended community attribute set to thisLink Bandwidth (lbw) value. Displays routes with the extended community attribute set to thisRoute Target (rt) value. . Displays routes with the extended community attribute set to thissoo value.C. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Inc. Displays routes with the extended community attribute set to thissoo value.B. range is 1 to 40 characters. Displays routes with the extended community attribute set to thisRoute Target (rt) value. range is 0 to 65535. NetSocket. Displays routes with the extended community attribute set to thisLink Bandwidth (lbw) value.D). sorted lbw as-number:32-bit-value lbw ip-address:16-bit-value opaque 32-bit-integer:32-bit-integer rt as-number:32-bit-value rt ip-address:16-bit-value soo as-number:32-bit-value soo ip-address:16-bit-value exact-match Mode User EXEC show ip bgp extcommunity-list Displays routes that are permitted in the specified extended community-list. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A.

IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. range is 0 to 65535.CLI Command Definitions Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all | rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] extcommunity-list ext-community-list-id [exact-match] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Inc. Displays routes that have exactly the community or communities specified (nomore and no less) in the community-list. String identifying the community-list. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs.Proprietary and Confidential 5-341 . Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.D). 16-bit integer. .C. range is 1 to 40 characters. Specifies multicast connections. Specifies IPv6 address family. Specifies route distinguisher. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Specifies unicast connections. sorted community-list-id exact-match Mode User EXEC show ip bgp filter-list NetSocket.B.

D).CLI Command Definitions Displays routes that match the specified filter list. range is 0 to 65535. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. . Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name.Proprietary and Confidential 5-342 . Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. sorted as-path-access-list-id Mode User EXEC show ip bgp flap-statistics NetSocket. Specifies IPv6 address family. Specifies unicast connections.C. AS-path access list to be applied to determine filtered routes. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. range is 1 to 40 characters. Specifies route distinguisher. 16-bit integer. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Inc.B. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all| rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] filterlistas-path-access-list-id Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Specifies multicast connections. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order.

D). or for all routes if no ipaddressis entered. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs).Proprietary and Confidential 5-343 . range is 0 to 65535. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. 16-bit integer. Specifies IPv6 address family. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. range is 1 to 40 characters. Subnet mask of the address for which flapstatistics are beingshown. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.CLI Command Definitions Displays BGP flap-statistics for the IP address and netmask specified.C. Inc. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.B. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Specifies multicast connections. Specifies route distinguisher. Displays flap-statistics for the route with this the ipaddressand mask-length Displays flap-statistics for routes more specific than the route entered in theipaddress [netmask] or ip-address/masklength fields. Displays flap-statistics for this address. sorted flap-statistics ip-address flap-statistics ip-netmask flap-statistics ip-address/mask-length longer-prefixes NetSocket. . Specifies unicast connections. show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all | rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] flapstatistics[{ip-address [ip-netmask] | ip-address/mask-length} [longer-prefixes | [shorterprefixesmask-length]] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A.

Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all | rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] flapstatisticscidr-only Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family.CLI Command Definitions shorter-prefixes mask-length Displays flap-statistics for routes with a longer mask thanmask-length. Specifies unicast connections. range is 1 to 40 characters.B. Specifies IPv6 address family. 16-bit integer. NetSocket. . Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Specifies route distinguisher.C. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.D). range is 0 to 65535. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies multicast connections.Proprietary and Confidential 5-344 . but shorter than the ip-address/mask-length specified. Inc. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Mode User EXEC show ip bgp flap-statistics cidr-only Displays BGP flap-statistics for entries in the BGP routing table that use classless interdomainrouting (CIDR).

CLI Command Definitions sorted Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A.C. Specifies IPv6 address family. Inc. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Access list to be applied to determine routes for which flap-statistics will bedisplayed. 16-bit integer.Proprietary and Confidential 5-345 . sorted access-list-id Mode User EXEC NetSocket. range is 1 to 40 characters. Specifies multicast connections. .D). Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). range is 0 to 65535. show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all | rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] flapstatisticsfilter-list access-list-id Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family.B. show ip bgp flap-statistics filter-list Displays BGP flap-statistics for routes that match the specified filter list. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies unicast connections. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Specifies route distinguisher.

D). Flap statistics will be displayed for routes that exactly match this regularexpression sorted “regular-expression” Mode User EXEC NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-346 . 16-bit integer. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs.B. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Specifies route distinguisher.CLI Command Definitions show ip bgp flap-statistics quote-regexp Displays BGP flap-statistics for routes that exactly match the regular expression specified.C. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all | rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] flapstatisticsquote-regexp “regular-expression” Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. . Inc. range is 1 to 40 characters. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. range is 0 to 65535. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies multicast connections. Specifies IPv6 address family. Specifies unicast connections.

Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.Proprietary and Confidential 5-347 . IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A.C. Specifies IPv6 address family. 16-bit integer. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Flap statistics will be displayed for routes that exactly match this regularexpression sorted “regular-expression” Mode User EXEC NetSocket. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order.B. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Specifies multicast connections. range is 1 to 40 characters.CLI Command Definitions show ip bgp flap-statistics regexp Displays BGP flap-statistics for routes that match the regular expression specified. . range is 0 to 65535. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.D). Specifies route distinguisher. Inc. Specifies unicast connections. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all | rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] flapstatisticsregexp regular-expression Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs.

. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Specifies unicast connections. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). range is 0 to 65535.B.D). Specifies IPv6 address family.CLI Command Definitions show ip bgp inconsistent-as Displays routes with inconsistent originating autonomous-systems. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Specifies route distinguisher. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.Proprietary and Confidential 5-348 . Inc. range is 1 to 40 characters. 16-bit integer. sorted Mode User EXEC NetSocket.C. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all | rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] inconsistent-as Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Specifies multicast connections. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order.

CLI Command Definitions show ip bgp injected-paths Displays injected-paths entries in the BGP routing table. .D).C. range is 0 to 65535. NetSocket. Specifies multicast connections. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.B. show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all| rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] injectedpaths Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family.Proprietary and Confidential 5-349 . Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. sorted Mode User EXEC show ip bgp neighbors (all neighbors) Displays information about TCP and BGP connections to all neighbors. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies IPv6 address family. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Inc. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Specifies route distinguisher. 16-bit integer. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Specifies unicast connections. range is 1 to 40 characters.

16-bit integer.D). Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. . sorted Mode User EXEC show ip bgp neighbors (specific neighbor) Displays information about TCP and BGP connections to the specified neighbor. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies IPv6 address family. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Specifies unicast connections. Specifies multicast connections. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all| NetSocket. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies route distinguisher. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. range is 1 to 40 characters. range is 0 to 65535. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs).CLI Command Definitions Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] neighbors Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Inc.B.C.Proprietary and Confidential 5-350 .

Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.C. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. .CLI Command Definitions rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] neighborspeer-ip-address [advertised-routes | dampened-routes | flap-statistics | paths [regularexpression]| received-routes | routes] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address vrf-name Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Displays all routes that have been advertised to the specified neighbor. 16-bit integer. otherwise all AS-paths are shown). range is 1 to 40 characters. Displays flap-statistics for routes to the specified neighbor. Displays the routes to the specified neighbor that are dampened. sorted peer-ip-address advertised-routes dampened-routes flap-statistics paths regular-expression NetSocket. Specifies route distinguisher. range is 0 to 65535. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A.B. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs.D). Specifies unicast connections. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-351 . Address of the neighbor for which to show TCP and BGP connectioninformation. Specifies IPv6 address family. Specifies multicast connections. Displays AS-paths received from the specified neighbor that match the regular expression (if given.

Inc.CLI Command Definitions received-routes Displays all accepted and rejected receivedroutes from the specified neighbor. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. NetSocket. Specifies multicast connections. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. . Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] neighborsneighbor-ip-address received aspath-filter Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Mode User EXEC show ip bgp neighbors received aspath-filter Displays the Outbound ASPath Filter received from the peer router.Proprietary and Confidential 5-352 .D). range is 0 to 65535. routes Displays all accepted received-routes from the specified neighbor. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Specifies unicast connections.C.B. 16-bit integer. Specifies IPv6 address family. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Specifies route distinguisher.

Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies route distinguisher. Specifies unicast connections. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. range is 1 to 40 characters.C. 16-bit integer.CLI Command Definitions vrf-name Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] neighborsneighbor-ip-address received comm-filter Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Specifies IPv6 address family.Proprietary and Confidential 5-353 . Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Specifies multicast connections. range is 0 to 65535. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A.D). Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Inc. NetSocket. .B. sorted Mode Privileged EXEC show ip bgp neighbors received comm-filter Displays the Outbound Community Filter received from the peer router.

Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). range is 0 to 65535.Proprietary and Confidential 5-354 . Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.B.D). IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Specifies route distinguisher. range is 1 to 40 characters. Address of the peer router.CLI Command Definitions vrf-name Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Inc. . Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] neighborsneighbor-ip-address received extcomm-filter Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. 16-bit integer. Specifies IPv6 address family.C. sorted neighbor-ip-address Mode Privileged EXEC show ip bgp neighbors received extcomm-filter Displays the Outbound Extended Community Filter received from the peer router. Specifies unicast connections. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. NetSocket. Specifies multicast connections. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order.

Address of the peer router. Inc.B. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. NetSocket. . Specifies multicast connections. Specifies IPv6 address family.C. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies route distinguisher. range is 0 to 65535. Specifies unicast connections.CLI Command Definitions vrf-name Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] neighborsneighbor-ip-address received prefix-filter Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. range is 1 to 40 characters. 16-bit integer. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs).Proprietary and Confidential 5-355 .D). sorted neighbor-ip-address Mode Privileged EXEC show ip bgp neighbors received prefix-filter Displays the Outbound Prefix Filter received from the peer route.

Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all| rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] paths [aspath-regular-expression] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address Description Specifies the IPv4 address family.D). Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs.Proprietary and Confidential 5-356 . Inc. Address of the peer router. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). . sorted neighbor-ip-address Mode Privileged EXEC show ip bgp paths Displays BGP autonomous system path entries in the routing table. range is 0 to 65535. Specifies IPv6 address family.CLI Command Definitions vrf-name Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Specifies route distinguisher. Specifies unicast connections. NetSocket. 16-bit integer.B.C. Specifies multicast connections. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. range is 1 to 40 characters.

Specifies route distinguisher. range is 1 to 40 characters. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.C. . Displays AS-paths that match the regular expression. NetSocket. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] peergroup[peer-group [summary]] Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer ip-address Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Specifies IPv6 address family.D).CLI Command Definitions vrf-name Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. range is 0 to 65535.B. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs.Proprietary and Confidential 5-357 . Specifies unicast connections. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Inc. sorted as-path-regular-expression Mode User EXEC show ip bgp peer-group Displays information about BGP peer groups. Specifies multicast connections. 16-bit integer. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs).

sorted peer-group summary Mode User EXEC show ip bgp prefix-list Displays BGP routes filtered by the specified prefix-list. Displays a summary of the status of all peer group members. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs.Proprietary and Confidential 5-358 . Specifies route distinguisher. Specifies multicast connections. range is 1 to 40 characters.CLI Command Definitions vrf-name Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Inc. Specifies unicast connections. Specifies IPv6 address family. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. . NetSocket. 16-bit integer. range is 0 to 65535. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Peer-group about which information is shown. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all| rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] prefixlistprefix-list-id Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer Description Specifies the IPv4 address family.

D).Proprietary and Confidential 5-359 . NetSocket. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all| rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] quoteregexp“regular-expression” Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Specifies IPv6 address family. sorted prefix-list-id Mode User EXEC show ip bgp quote-regexp Displays entries in the BGP routing table that match the regular expression specified.C. 16-bit integer.B. Specifies route distinguisher. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. range is 1 to 40 characters.CLI Command Definitions ip-address vrf-name IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. . Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Inc. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Specifies unicast connections. Specifies multicast connections. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. range is 0 to 65535. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). The prefix-list about which information is shown.

Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. . range is 1 to 40 characters.CLI Command Definitions ip-address vrf-name IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. NetSocket. Specifies route distinguisher. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. sorted “regular-expression” Mode User EXEC show ip bgp regexp Displays entries in the BGP routing table that match the regular expression specified. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all| rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] regexpregular-expression Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Specifies multicast connections. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs.C. Specifies unicast connections. Inc. 16-bit integer.D).Proprietary and Confidential 5-360 . Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Specifies IPv6 address family. Displays entries exactly matching this string.B. range is 0 to 65535.

range is 0 to 65535. Specifies unicast connections. 16-bit integer.D). Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). sorted regular-expression Mode User EXEC show ip bgp route-map Displays routes that match the specified route-map. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. range is 1 to 40 characters.C. Inc. Specifies multicast connections.B. Specifies route distinguisher. NetSocket. Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. .CLI Command Definitions ip-address vrf-name IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order.Proprietary and Confidential 5-361 . Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays entries that match this regular expression. Specifies IPv6 address family. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] routemaproute-map-name Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer Description Specifies the IPv4 address family.

Displays information about VPNv6 NLRIs. Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. range is 0 to 65535. Specifies multicast connections.D). Name of route-map whose matches are shown. . Specifies route distinguisher. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name.CLI Command Definitions ip-address vrf-name IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A.B.C.Proprietary and Confidential 5-362 . range is 1 to 40 characters. 16-bit integer. NetSocket. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order. Displays information about VPNv4 Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRIs). Displays information about all VPNv4 or VPNv6 NLRIs. sorted route-map-name Mode User EXEC show ip bgp summary Displays a summary of the BGP routing connections. Syntax show ip bgp [[ipv4 | ipv6] [unicast | multicast] | [vpnv4 | vpnv6] [unicast | multicast] [* | all |rd {16-bit-integer:16-bit-integer | ip-address:16-bit-integer}] | [vrf vrf-name]] [sorted] summary Parameters Parameter ipv4 ipv6 unicast multicast vpnv4 vpnv6 * all rd 16-bit-integer Description Specifies the IPv4 address family. Specifies IPv6 address family. Inc. Specifies unicast connections.

CLI Command Definitions ip-address vrf-name IP address expressed in dotted decimal form (A.C. Syntax show ip community-list [community-list-id] Parameters Parameter community-list-id Description Name of the community-list to be displayed. the contentsof all community-lists are shown. Displays prefixes in the BGP routing table in ascending order.B. . if none is entered.D). Mode User EXEC show ip copsrm config-information This command displays router connection information for local SVP as well as remote SVPs. Displays information in the FIB about this VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF)instance specified by an alphanumeric-symbolic name. range is 1 to 40 characters.Proprietary and Confidential 5-363 . Inc. sorted Mode User EXEC show ip community-list Displays the contents of IP community-lists used on the RCP. Syntax show ip copsrm config-information [ <router-id> ] Parameters Parameter Description Type/Range Default NetSocket.

Syntax show ip copsrm neighbors [ <router-id> ] Parameters Parameter router-id Description IP address identifying the router ID of the neighbor. Type/Range IP address in dotted notation Default None. Mode EXEC show ip copsrm resource-information This command displays session information for local SVP as well as remote SVPs. Inc. Type/Range IP address in dotted notation Default None. Syntax show ip copsrm resource-information [ <router-id> ] Parameters Parameter router-id Description IP address identifying the router ID of the neighbor.CLI Command Definitions router-id IP address identifying the router ID of the neighbor.Proprietary and Confidential 5-364 . Mode EXEC show ip copsrm neighbors This command displays detailed information of neighbor connection information. Mode EXEC NetSocket. IP address in dotted notation None. .

.CLI Command Definitions show ip copsrm summary This command displays a summary of neighbor connection information.Proprietary and Confidential 5-365 . Syntax show ip copsrm-log Mode EXEC show ip down static routes Displays all of the static routes in the system that cannot be used because the link or the IP address is unreachable. Syntax show ip copsrm summary Mode EXEC show ip copsrm-log This command displays COPS-RM activity log. Inc. Syntax show ip down static routes Mode User EXEC show ip explicit-paths Displays information about the specified explicit path (or all explicit paths if none is specified). Syntax show ip explicit-paths [name name | identifier number] [detail] Parameters NetSocket.

Syntax show ip fib {next-hop [hex-handle] | prefixes [ip-address [netmask] | ip-address/mask-length] |summary} Parameters Parameter next-hop Description Displays information about next-hops in the FIB (in hexadecimal). Syntax show ip extcommunity-list [ext-community-list-id] Parameters Parameter ext-community-list-id Description Name of the extended community-list to be displayed. Displays information in long form.Proprietary and Confidential 5-366 . range is 1 to 65535. Inc. the contents of all extended community-lists are shown. NetSocket. . Specifies explicit path by number. show ip extcommunity-list Displays the contents of IP extended community-lists used on the RCP.CLI Command Definitions Parameter name number detail Mode User EXEC Description Alpha-numeric-symbolic value representing a given name to an explicit path. if none isentered. Mode User EXEC show ip fib Displays the next-hops or prefixes in the forwarding information base (FIB) of the RCP.

subinterface] | pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnelnumber}. Syntax show ip interface *[brief | interface-name] Parameters Parameter brief interface-name Description Displays only a subset of IP information. Displays information about prefixes in the FIB.CLI Command Definitions hex-handle prefixes ip-address [netmask] ip-address/mask-length summary Hexadecimal identifier of the next-hop handle in the FIB to be displayed. NAT rules are bidirectional. Displays information about this prefix in the FIB. The packet counters are the sum of the packets in both directions. including their next-hop handles. {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | null 0 | portchanchannel-number[. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-367 . Mode User EXEC show ip nat Displays the IP NAT rules configured and associated packet hit counts. Displays summary information about prefixes in the FIB. Syntax show ip nat [statistics] NetSocket. . Mode User EXEC show ip interface Displays IP information for a specific interface or for all interfaces. Displays information about this prefix in the FIB.

if noarea-id is given. Inc. show ip ospf Displays information about the OSPF instance specified. If no OSPF instance-id is given. range is 1 to 65535. area-id Mode User EXEC show ip ospf ases Displays OSPF external routes for the OSPF instance specified. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id [area-id]] Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. information for all OSPF processes isshown. if no process-id is given. IP address or integer representing an area for which information is being shown.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter Statistics Mode User EXEC Description Shows packet hit counts per rule.Proprietary and Confidential 5-368 . Syntax show ip ospf [process-id] ases Parameters NetSocket. information for all OSPF instances on the RCP is given. information for all OSPF areas are shown. .

Mode User EXEC show ip ospf database Displays information about the OSPF LSA database of this router. range is 1 to 65535. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id [area-id]] database [{asbr-summary | external | network | nssaexternal| opaque-area | opaque-as | opaque-link | router | summary} [lsid] | databasesummary] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. Various forms of the commandare listed below. . if no process-id is given. Mode User EXEC show ip ospf border-routers Displays the internal OSPF routing table entries to area border routers (ABRs) and autonomoussystem boundary routers (ASBRs). Syntax show ip ospf [process-id] border-routers Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. information for all OSPF processes isshown. if no process-id is given.CLI Command Definitions Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. information for all OSPF processes isshown.Proprietary and Confidential 5-369 . range is 1 to 65535. Inc.

LSAs for all areas are shown. if none is given. Displays information about Type 7 (NSSA External) LSAs.CLI Command Definitions process-id ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. Displays information about Type 2 (Network) LSAs. range is 1 to 65535. information for all OSPF processes isshown. . Displays information about Type 10 LSAs (LSAs that are limited to a particular OSPF area).Proprietary and Confidential 5-370 . Displays information about Type 8 (External Attributes) LSAs. Displays information about all Type 4 (ASBR Summary) LSAs. summary lsid Displays information about Type 3 (Network Summary) LSAs. Displays information only about LSA with this link-state ID. if no process-id is given. IP address or integer representing an area defined in the network area commandwhose LSAs will be displayed. Inc. database-summary Mode User EXEC show ip ospf interface NetSocket. Lists the LSAs in the LSA database by type and displays counts of eachtype. area-id asbr-summary external router network nssa-external opaque-area opaque-as Displays information about Type 11 LSAs (LSAs that are propagated throughout the AS). Displays information about Type 1 (router) LSAs. which must be entered as adotted-decimal IP address. opaque-link Displays information about Type 9 LSAs (LSAs that are limited to a particular network segment).

LSAs for all areas are shown.CLI Command Definitions Displays OSPF information for the specified interface.subinterface] |pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnel-number}. if none is given.Proprietary and Confidential 5-371 . information for all OSPF processes isshown. . if none is given. Inc. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id [area-id]] mpls traffic-eng {link | fragment} Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. LSAs for all areas are shown. information for all OSPF processes isshown. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id [area-id]] interface [interface-name] Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. area-id interface-name Mode User EXEC show ip ospf mpls traffic-eng Displays information about the traffic engineering links available on the RCP for the specifiedOSPF routing process (or all OSPF routing processes if none is specified). IP address or integer representing an area defined in the network area commandwhose LSAs will be displayed. range is 1 to 65535. IP address or integer representing an area defined in the network area commandwhose LSAs will be displayed. area-id NetSocket. range is 1 to 65535. {loopback loopback-number | port-chan channel-number[. if no process-id is given. if no process-id is given.

CLI Command Definitions link Provides detailed information about the links over which traffic engineering is supportedon the local router. Priority — Bandwidth (in kbps) available for TE at this priority.Proprietary and Confidential 5-372 . theninformation for all interfaces is displayed. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id [area-id]] neighbor *[interface-name | router-id | detail] Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. Neighbor Address — IP address that is on the remote end of the link. Admin Metric — TE link metric. Inc. Affinity Bit — Affinity bits assigned to the link. Process ID — OSPF process ID Area instance — Number of times TE information or any link changed. Link instance — Number of times any link changed. If an interface is not specified. NetSocket. range is 1 to 65535. Link ID — Link-state ID Interface Address — Local IP address assigned to the link. Provides detailed information about the traffic engineering fragments on the localrouter. Number of Priority — Number of supported preemption priorities. information for all OSPF processes isshown. . if no process-id is given. show ip ospf neighbor Displays neighbor information for a specified OSPF neighbor. fragment Mode User EXEC Output OSPF Router with ID — Router ID number. Maximum Reservable Bandwidth — Bandwidth (in kbps) configured for TE (through ip rsvpbandwidth) on this link. Maximum Bandwidth — Bandwidth (in kbps) configured for the physical interface.

LSAs for all areas are shown. range is 1 to 65535.Proprietary and Confidential 5-373 . {loopback loopback-number | port-chan channel-number[.subinterface] |pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnel-number}. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id] network area Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. interface-name router-id detail Mode User EXEC show ip ospf network area Displays the OSPF network area configuration for the specified OSPF instance. Displays additional detail about the neighbor. Router-id of the neighbor for which information is displayed. if none is given. Inc. Mode User EXEC show ip ospf redistribution Displays the OSPF redistribution configuration.CLI Command Definitions area-id IP address or integer representing an area defined in the network area commandwhose LSAs will be displayed. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id] redistribution NetSocket. . information for all OSPF processes isshown. if no process-id is given.

if no process-id is given. Router-id of the neighbor for which information is displayed.subinterface] |pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnel-number}. Inc. information for all OSPF processes isshown. . area-id interface-name router-id Mode User EXEC show ip ospf retransmission-list Displays the OSPF LSA retransmission list. NetSocket. {loopback loopback-number | port-chan channel-number[. Mode User EXEC show ip ospf request-list Displays the OSPF LSA request list.Proprietary and Confidential 5-374 . IP address or integer representing an area defined in the network area commandwhose LSAs will be displayed. if none is given. if no process-id is given. range is 1 to 65535.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. information for all OSPF processes isshown. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id [area-id]] request-list [interface-name] [router-id] Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. range is 1 to 65535. LSAs for all areas are shown.

IP address or integer representing an area defined in the network area commandwhose LSAs will be displayed. information for all OSPF processes isshown. Syntax show ip ospf router-id [process-id] Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. LSAs for all areas are shown. if no process-id is given.subinterface] |pos-chan channel-number | tunnel tunnel-number}. . information for all OSPF processes isshown. if no process-id is given. if none is given. area-id interface-name router-id Mode User EXEC show ip ospf router-id Displays the Router ID for the specified OSPF instance. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-375 . range is 1 to 65535.CLI Command Definitions Syntax show ip ospf [process-id [area-id]] retransmission-list [interface-name] [router-id] Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown. Router-id of the neighbor for which information is displayed. Mode User EXEC NetSocket. range is 1 to 65535. {loopback loopback-number | port-chan channel-number[.

CLI Command Definitions

show ip ospf snmp process
Displays the current OSPF SNMP MIB target process. Syntax show ip ospf snmp process Mode User EXEC

show ip ospf spf-log
Displays a summary of the last 20 SPF calculations performed (or a number specified with thespf-log entries command) for the specified OSPF instance. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id] spf-log Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown, range is 1 to 65535; if no process-id is given, information for all OSPF processes isshown.

Mode User EXEC Guidelines The spf-log entries command determines the number of records that are kept in the OSPF spflog.The default is 20.

show ip ospf summary-address
Displays summary-address distribution information for an OSPF process. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id] summary-address

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Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown, range is 1 to 65535; if no process-id is given, information for all OSPF processes isshown.

Mode User EXEC

show ip ospf virtual-links
Displays information about OSPF virtual links. Syntax show ip ospf [process-id] virtual-links Parameters Parameter process-id Description ID of the OSPF routing process on this router for which information is beingshown, range is 1 to 65535; if no process-id is given, information for all OSPF processes isshown.

Mode User EXEC

show ip policy-list
Displays the contents of one or all policy-lists. Syntax show ip policy-list [policy-list-name] Parameters Parameter Description

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policy-list-name Mode User EXEC

Name of policy-list to display.

show ip prefix-list
Displays the contents of prefix-lists on the RCP. Syntax show ip prefix-list [prefix-list-id [{ip-address/mask-length | ip-address} [longer | first-match] |seq sequence-number] | detail [prefix-list-id] | summary [prefix-list-id]] Parameters Parameter prefix-list-id ip-address/mask-length Description The name of the prefix list whose information is being displayed. Displays entries in the prefix-list with this IP address and netmask length. ip-address longer first-match seq sequence-number summary prefix-list-id Displays entries in the prefix-list with this IP address. Displays entries in the prefix-list with netmask lengths longer than mask-length. Displays the first entry in the prefix-list that matches mask-length. Displays the prefix-list entry with this sequence number. Displays summary information only about all prefix-lists or about thegiven (optional) prefix-list-id. Displays detailed information about all prefix-lists or about the given (optional) prefixlist-id.

detail

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show ip protocols

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Displays information about the active routing protocols on the RCP. Syntax show ip protocols [summary] Parameters Parameter summary Description Lists the active routing protocols and their process IDs.

Mode User EXEC

show ip rib
Displays all routes in the routing information base (RIB). Syntax show ip rib [{ip-address ip-netmask | ip-address/mask-length} [detail] [longer-prefixes] | bgp[as-number] | connected | hash-distribution | interfaces interface-name | isis [isis-tag] |monitored routes [ip-address ip-netmask | ip-address/mask-length] | ospf [instance-id] | static| track next-hop [ip-address ip-netmask | ip-address/mask-length]] Parameters Parameter ip-address ip-netmask ip-address/mask-length detail longer-prefixes Description Displays information for this prefix in the RIB. Displays information about this prefix in the RIB. Displays the route monitoring information along with the route. Displays routes more specific than the route entered in the ip-address [netmask] or ip-address/mask-length fields. bgp [as-number] Displays all routes derived from BGP, and optionally, the autonomoussystem to which the BGP router belongs, if no as-number is specified, all BGP-derived routesare displayed. Displays connected routes.

connected

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hash-distribution interfaces interface-name

Displays route hash table distribution in RIB. {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | null 0 | port-chanchannelnumber[.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. Displays all routes derived from ISIS, and optionally, those derived from thegiven ISIS routing process, if no isis-tag is specified, all ISIS-derived routes are displayed. Displays monitored routes in the RIB. Displays all routes derived from OSPF, and optionally, those derived fromthe given OSPF process, if no instance-id is specified, all OSPF-derived routes are displayed. Displays static routes. Displays tracking next-hops in the RIB.

isis [isis-tag]

monitored ospf [instance-id]

static track Mode User EXEC

show ip route
Displays active routes in the routing information base (RIB). Syntax show ip route [{ip-address ip-netmask | ip-address/mask-length} [longer-prefixes | detail] | bgp [as-number] | connected | isis [null | isis-tag] | list access-list-id | ospf [process-id] | static | supernets-only | summary] Parameters Parameter ip-address ip-netmask longer-prefixes Description Displays route information for this address. Subnet mask of the address for which information is being shown. Displays routes more specific than the route entered in the ip-address ipnetmaskor ipaddress/mask-length fields. Displays route information in detail.

detail

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bgp [as-number]

Displays active routes derived from BGP, and optionally, the autonomoussystem to which the BGP router belongs, if no asnumber is specified, all BGP-derived routes are displayed.

connected isis null isis [isis-tag]

Displays connected routes. Displays active routes derived from ISIS null instance. Displays active routes derived from ISIS, and optionally, those derived from thegiven ISIS routing process, if no isis-tag is specified, all ISIS-derived routes are displayed. Displays routes matching this access list. Displays active routes derived from OSPF, and optionally, those derivedfrom the given OSPF process, if no process-id is specified, all OSPF-derived routes aredisplayed. Displays static routes. Displays distribution of prefix lengths in active table. Displays information for active supernets in the RIB. Displays summary-level information for active routes in the RIB.

list access-list-id ospf [process-id]

static prefix-distribution supernets-only summary

Mode User EXEC

show ip route prefix-distribution
Displays the distribution of prefix lengths in the active routing table. Syntax show ip route prefix-distribution Mode User EXEC

show ip route summary
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Displays summary-level information for active routes in the routing information base (RIB). Syntax show ip route summary Mode User EXEC

show ip route supernets-only
Displays information for active supernets in the routing information base (RIB). Syntax show ip route supernets-only Mode User EXEC

show ip rpf
Displays information about Reverse Path Forwarding (RPF) for the specified IPv4 multicast soource address. Syntax show ip rpf ip-address [metric] Parameters Parameter ip-address metric Description Displays RPF information about this IPv4 multicast source address. Displays metric information for the RPF route.

Mode User EXEC

show ip rsvp refresh
Displays information about refresh timers for IP RSVP PATH and RESV messages on a particulartunnel (or all tunnels if none is specified).

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Syntax show ip rsvp refresh [tunnel-id tunnel-id] [instance-id instance-number] [source sourceaddress][destination destination-address] [detail] Parameters Parameter tunnel-id instance-id source-ip-address destination-ip-address detail Mode User EXEC Description Specified tunnel interface name or number, range is 0 to 4294967294. Tunnel instance number, range is 0 to 429496295. IP version 4 protocol source address of the RSVP ingress node. IP version 4 protocol destination address of the RSVP egress node. Displays additional statistics information.

show ip ssh
Displays configuration and version information for the SSH (Secure Shell) service. Syntax show ip ssh Mode User EXEC Guidelines SSH software is always enabled on the RCP.

show ip udp
Displays the active UDP responders. Syntax show ip udp responder port port-identifier *[ip-address | | output-modifier regular-expression]

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Parameters Parameter port-identifier ip-address output-modifier Description Port number or port symbol, port number range is 1 to 65535. IP address of the port. Display line based on its context, choices are begin of line, exclude line, orinclude line to be used in conjunction with regularexpression. Regular-expression to match text that is to be identified in the search.

regular-expression

Mode User EXEC Guidelines The pipe symbol (|) is part of the command syntax and must be included.

show ipv6 protocols
Displays information about the active IPv6 routing protocols on the router. Syntax show ipv6 protocols [summary] Parameters Parameter summary Description Lists the active IPv6 routing protocols and their process IDs.

Mode User EXEC

show isis database
Displays the IS-IS link state database. Syntax

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show isis database [level-1 | l1] [level-2 | l2] [detail | summary] [verbose] [lspid | node_name| system_id] Parameters Parameter level-1 l1 level-2 l2 detail summary Description Displays the IS-IS link state database for level 1. Abbreviation for level 1, displays the IS-IS link state database for level 1. Displays the IS-IS link state database for level 2. Abbreviation for level 2, displays the IS-IS link state database for level 2. Content of each LSP is displayed. Display only IS neighbor TLV, IP reachability information TVL, and IP externalreachability TLV. Includes traffic engineering information. Specific LSP for which the content is displayed. A hostname consisting of a character string (which cannot contain a “-” or “.”),displays LSPs generated by this host. ISIS system ID in the form xxxx.xxxx.xxxx, where x is a hex number, displaysLSPs generated by the nodes that use this system ID.

verbose lspid node_name

system_id

Mode User EXEC

show line
Displays terminal persistent configuration and status. Syntax show line Mode User EXEC

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Guidelines Terminal configuration values can be configured in two manners: 1) temporarily (for the durationof the session) using “terminal” commands; or 2) persistently using equivalent commands withinthe Line Configuration Mode. The current set of configuration values show up in the showterminal command, and the persistent set of configuration values show up in the show linecommand. Output Length: number — Number of lines displayed per page on the terminal (configurable with theterminal length and length commands) Width: number — Number of columns displayed on the terminal (configurable with the terminalwidth and width commands) Status: {Active | Connected | Echo Off | Idle Timeout | Input Stopped | Rcvd BREAK | Rcvd CR| Ready | Sent XOFF} — A process is currently active on this line AND/OR at least one activeconnection is currently on this line AND/OR no echoing is being done of what the user inputs onthis line AND/OR an idle timeout has occurred on this line AND/OR input stopped on this line dueto hardware flow control or overflow AND/OR a BREAK sequence has been received on this lineAND/OR last character entered was a carriage return AND/OR state of this line is “ready” AND/OR an XOFF character was sent on this line. Capabilities: {none | Enabled | No Login Banner | Receives Logging Output} — There are nospecial capabilities currently configured OR user has enabled into a higher privilege level AND/OR no EXEC or MOTD banners displayed (configurable with the no exec-banner command)AND/OR debug and error messages are displayed (configurable with the terminal monitor command) Timeouts: Idle EXEC {never | hh:mm:ss} — Timeout value for an idle EXEC (configurable with theterminal exec-timeout and exec-timeout commands) Time since activation: hh:mm:ss — Amount of time user has been logged in. History is {disabled | enabled} — Command line history feature is disabled (configurable with theterminal no history and no history commands) OR enabled (configurable with the terminal historyand history commands) history size is lines — Number of lines in the history buffer (configurable with the terminal historyand history commands)

show link eventscurrent
To display current link event information, use show link events current EXEC command. Syntax show link eventscurrent Mode EXEC

show link events router

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To display link event information for a router, use show link events router EXEC command. Syntax show link events[router <router-name> [interface <if-name>]] [start-time <start-time>] [endtime <end-time>] Parameters Parameter router-name if-name start-time Description [Optional] Name of the router. [Optional] Interface Name. [Optional] start time for the period in which the sessions terminate will be displayed. If start-time is not specified, system initialization time will be used. [Optional] end time for the period in which the sessions terminate will be displayed. If end-time is not specified, the current time will be used.

end-time

Mode EXEC

show logging
Displays the contents of a log file or the SNMP history table. If no options are supplied, a loggingstatus summary is displayed. Syntax show logging [log-filename | history] Parameters Parameter log-filename history Mode User EXEC Guidelines All alarms declared with a severity level of 7 (debug) are not logged by syslog. These alarmscan only be seen while they are active through use of the show alarms and show controllerscommands. Description Display the specified log file. Display the SNMP history table.

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Monitor logging: {disabled | level severity-level-name} — Debug output and system errormessages are not displayed on the lines OR messages equal or higher in priority than the givenseverity level name will be displayed on the lines. — Number of messages not processed. saving level severity-level-name or higher — Debug output and system error messages equal orhigher in priority than the given severity level name will be stored in history table. n messages ignored. SNMP notifications {not enabled | enabled} — SNMP traps are not sent to the SNMP server ORSNMP traps are sent to the SNMP server. Syntax show memory routing {active | class | process | total} Parameters Parameter active class Description Displays all of the memory currently in use by DRP. Logging to host — Host name (or IP address) of remote syslog server. timestamp: — Time since system startup (in seconds) that the event occurred. Displays memory allocated by process and by class. Trap logging: {disabled | level severity-level-name} — Debug output and system error messagesare not sent to remote syslog servers OR messages equal or higher in priority than the givenseverity level name will be sent to remote syslog servers. n table entries flushed — Number of messages removed from the history table to allow logging ofnew messages. entry number — Entry number of the message within the history table. Inc. . Console logging: {disabled | level severity-level-name} — Debug output and system errormessages are not displayed on the console OR messages equal or higher in priority than thegiven severity level name will be displayed on the console. n dropped — Number of messages not processed due to lack of resources.Proprietary and Confidential 5-388 . Displays memory allocated by the internal DRP process (routing protocol andinstance). displaying all of the memory allocated by each protocol andinstance. This is the most detailed of allthe memory display commands.CLI Command Definitions Output Syslog logging: {disabled | enabled} — Syslog logging is currently disabled OR enabled. Syslog History Table: n maximum table entries — Maximum number of messages to keep inhistory table. show memory routing Displays information about the Dynamic Routing Protocol (DRP) software memory usage. process NetSocket.

st — Stratum number. range is 0 to 15. local — IP address of local interface. disp — Dispersion of the peer.CLI Command Definitions total Displays all memory ever allocated by DRP. delay — Estimated delay to peer. for example. pmode — Peer mode. a value of 5 equals 25seconds. a value of 5 equals 25seconds. precision — Precision of system clock. keyid — Key identifier. hmode — Host mode. stratum — Stratum number of system clock. Mode Privileged EXEC show ntp associations Displays the status of the Network Time Protocol (NTP) associations. This is used to determine which classes ofmemory are the most active in terms of allocations/deallocations. refid — Reference clock identifier. Mode User EXEC Output remote — IP address of remote peer. . Syntax show ntp associations [detail] Parameters Parameter detail Description Displays additional details about the NTP associations. reach — Reachability register of peer in octal format. for example. Inc. hpoll — Host poll interval in seconds as a power of 2. leap — Leap second indicator. ppoll — Peer poll interval in seconds as a power of 2. poll — Polling interval in seconds. offset — Offset between system clock and peer’s clock. NetSocket. rootdistance — Total delay along the path to the root clock. rootdispersion — Path dispersion to root.Proprietary and Confidential 5-389 .

timer — Peer’s counter to control interval between transmitted NTP messages. show ntp restrict-list Displays the restrict-list for Network Time Protocol (NTP) access restrictions.CLI Command Definitions version — Version number. Syntax show ntp status Mode NetSocket. Count — Number of packets received from the specific IP address. a value of 00 indicates all tests have passed successfully. reach — Reachability status of peer. unreach — Unreachability status of peer. filter delay — Delay estimate from the filter in seconds. reference time — Time when local clock was last updated. delay — Delay between the system clock and the peer clock. Flags — Access control “restriction list” flag parameters. filter order — Order of peers from the peer’s last filter. offset — Offset between the system clock and the peer clock. association — Peer’s association identifier. Syntax show ntp restrict-list Mode User EXEC Output Address — IP address of the NTP host. show ntp status Displays the status of Network Time Protocol (NTP). receive timestamp — Time when last NTP message we received. Inc. valid — Peer valid data count determining the interval between valid data updates.Proprietary and Confidential 5-390 . error bound — Peer’s dispersion estimate. flash — State of various sanity tests. Mask — Netmask of the IP address. ttl/mode — Time-to-live for multicast packets. boffset — Broadcast offset. flags — Peer’s system flags. filter offset — Offset estimate from the filter in seconds. . transmit timestamp — Time when last NTP message departed the sender. originate timestamp — Time when last NTP message was sent. filter error — Peer’s select dispersion estimate.

CLI Command Definitions User EXEC Output system peer — IP address of the peer.Proprietary and Confidential 5-391 . Syntax show policy as-path access-list as-path-access-list-id Parameters NetSocket. root distance — Total delay along the path to the root clock. Mode User EXEC show policy as-path access-list Displays all places where the specified as-path access-list is being used in the routing configuration. system peer mode — Running mode of the local server. reference ID — Reference clock identifier. authdelay — Amount of processing delay to perform authentication. reference time — Time when the system clock was last updated. . jitter — Amount of timing jitter. stratum — Stratum number of the system clock. leap indicator — Leap second indicator. precision — Precision of the system clock. system flags — Status of the system flags. Inc. Syntax show policy access-list access-list-id Parameters Parameter access-list-id Description Name of the access list whose usage is to be displayed. stability — Stability in ppm. root dispersion — Dispersion of the root path. show policy access-list Displays all places where the specified access-list is being used in the routing configuration. broadcastdelay — NTP broadcast packet delay.

Syntax show policy extcommunity-list ext-community-list-id Parameters Parameter ext-community-list-id Description Name of the extended community-list whose usage is to be displayed. Mode User EXEC show policy community-list Displays all places where the specified community-list is being used in the routing configuration. Syntax show policy community-list community-list-id Parameters Parameter community-list-id Description Name of the community-list whose usage is to be displayed. Inc. . Mode User EXEC NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-392 .CLI Command Definitions Parameter as-path-access-list-id Description Name of the as-path access list whose usage is to be displayed. Mode User EXEC show policy extcommunity-list Displays all places where the specified extended community-list is being used in the routing configuration.

show policy prefix-list Displays all places where the specified prefix-list is being used in the routing configuration.CLI Command Definitions show policy policy-list Displays all places where the specified policy-list is being used in the routing configuration. Inc. Syntax show policy policy-list policy-list-name Parameters Parameter policy-list-name Description Name of the policy-list whose usage is to be displayed. Mode User EXEC Guidelines This command lists out the route-maps that use the policy-list and the protocols that use the route-maps that use the policy-list. Mode User EXEC show policy route-map Displays all places where the specified route-map is being used in the routing configuration. Syntax NetSocket. . Syntax show policy prefix-list prefix-list-id Parameters Parameter prefix-list-id Description Name of the prefix-list whose usage is to be displayed.Proprietary and Confidential 5-393 .

Syntax show processes cpu Mode User EXEC NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions show policy route-map route-map-name Parameters Parameter route-map-name Description Name of route-map whose usage is to be displayed. . Inc. Syntax show privilege Mode User EXEC show processes cpu Displays CPU information for current processes. Mode User EXEC show prefix policy cache Displays the prefix policy results cache. Syntax show prefix policy cache Mode User EXEC show privilege Displays the current level of privilege.Proprietary and Confidential 5-394 .

Inc.cpu. COMMAND — Process name. The UNIX command is “ps -co pid. TT — Control terminal name. Syntax show processes routing Mode User EXEC show rcm discovery This command is used to display information from CCM module. TIME — Amount of time process has used CPU. STARTED — Time the process started. CPU — CPU usage.command”. .CLI Command Definitions Guidelines The output of this command is created internally by performing a UNIX “ps” command with certainoptions.pri. Syntax show processes memory Mode User EXEC Guidelines The output of this command is created internally by performing a UNIX “ps” command with certainoptions.start.time.vsz.%mem.start.%cpu.time.command”. show processes routing Displays routing information for current processes.pri.Proprietary and Confidential 5-395 . The UNIX command is “ps -co pid.tt. PRI — Priority of the process. Output PID — Process ID. %CPU — Percent of CPU usage. show processes memory Displays memory information for current processes.tt. NetSocket.

this command will display the license NetSocket.B. Mode EXEC show rcp license If there is a valid license in the running machine. Mode EXEC show rcpalerts To display SVP system wide topology alert information. [Optional] The end time of the period when the alerts were set. If the status indicates a failure. The router’s IP address in A. use show rcp alerts EXEC command.CLI Command Definitions Syntax show rcm discovery [{brief | router <ip-address> | cef | vrrp | ip-to-dn { status | data }}] Parameter brief router<ip-address> cef vrrp ip-to-dn status ip-to-dn data Description Provide a brief summary of router information acquired via polling. Display status of the last ip-to-dn poll. Inc. Display the ip-to-dn entries retrieved during the last poll.Proprietary and Confidential 5-396 . . Display information collected from polling cef information.C. then no entries were retrieved. Syntax show rcp alerts [start-time <start-time>] [end-time <end-time>] Parameters Parameter start-time <start-time> end-time <end-time> Description [Optional] The starting time of the period when the alerts were set.D format to display. Display information collected from polling vrrp and hsrp information.

Otherwise. use show rcpm session link EXEC command. This command consists of a group sub-commands which are invoked with different optional options.CLI Command Definitions information. This command is only valid on the SVP. Syntax show rcpm session linkrouter <router-name> interface <if-name>[start-time <start-time>] [end-time <end-time>] Parameters Parameter router-name if-name start-time Description Name of the router. end-time Mode EXEC show rcpm sessions To display active and terminated session information from SVM. an error will be returned. Inc. Syntax show rcp license Mode EXEC show rcpm session link To display session information for a given link from SVM. If end-time is not specified. [Optional] start time for the period in which the sessions terminate will be displayed. This is typically the hostname of the router. If start-time is not specified. system initialization time will be used. [Optional] end time for the period in which the sessions terminate will be displayed. the current time will be used. Syntax show rcpm sessions [{ current [detail]}|{session-id <session-id> [detail]} | { [{[start-time <yyyy:mm:dd:hh:mm:ss>] [end-time <yyyy:mm:dd:hh:mm:ss>] [source-addr <ipaddress>[<ip-netmask>]] [destination-addr <ip-address> [<ip-netmask>]] [tunnel-id <tunnel- NetSocket. . use the “show rcpm sessions” command.Proprietary and Confidential 5-397 . Interface name.

[Optional] Display detailed session information. [Optional] A IPSec tunnel ID in string format show route-map Displays the configured route-maps. This is in the form of yyyy:mm:dd:hh:mm:ss [Optional] Sessions that have the specified source IP address/network. Inc. Mode User EXEC show running-config NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions id-str>] [termination-reason { normal | authorization-fail | timeout-fail | other-failures | anyfailure}] [event-type { link-congestion | link-down | routing-loop | no-route | path-change | anyevent }] [session-type { ipsec | call | data | register }] [from-id <from-id>] [to-id <to-id>] [detail] }]}|{ summary}] Parameters Parameter session-id <session-id> start-time <start-time> end-time <end-time> source-address <src-ipaddress> [<src-ip-mask>] destination-address <dest-ipaddress> [<dest-ip-mask>] detail tunnel-id <tunnel-id-str> Mode EXEC Description Display session record for specified session Identifier.Proprietary and Confidential 5-398 . Syntax show route-map [route-map-name] Parameters Parameter route-map-name Description Route-map to be displayed. [Optional] start time for the period when session terminates. This is in the form of yyyy:mm:dd:hh:mm:ss [Optional] end time for the period when session terminates. all route-maps are shown.. [Optional] Sessions that have the specified destination IP address/network. . if none is given.

Displays the part of the configuration containing this policy list. if none is specified. displays all interfaces in the configuration {admin 0 | loopback loopbacknumber| nnet rcp-number | null 0 | port-chan channel-number[.or. if none is specified. Displays the part of the configuration containing Flow aggregation CacheConfiguration. if none is specified. Displays the part of the configuration containingthis extended community-list. or.CLI Command Definitions Displays the configuration currently running on the RCP.Proprietary and Confidential 5-399 . . displays all community-lists in the configuration. if none is specified. as-path access-list [as-path-access-listid] community-list [community-list-id] default-networks extcommunity-list [ext-community-list-id] flow-cache interface [interface-name] policy-list [policy-list-name] NetSocket. if none is specified. or. displays all extended community-lists in theconfiguration. displays all accesslists in the configuration. Displays the part of the configuration containing default-networks. Syntax show running-config [[ip] access-list [access-list-id] | as-path access-list [as-pathaccesslist-id] | community-list [community-list-id] | cos-queue-group [cos-queue-groupname]| default-networks | extcommunity-list [ext-community-list-id] | flow-cache |interface[interface-name] | policy-list [policy-list-name] | policy-map [policy-map-name] | prefix-list[prefix-list-id] | route-map [route-map-name] | static-routes | traceoptions [tracefilename]] Parameters Parameter ip access-list access-list-id Description Displays the part of the configuration containing this access-listor IP access-list. Inc.subinterface] | pos-chanchannel-number | tunnel tunnelnumber}. displays all AS-path access-lists in theconfiguration. or. or. Displays the part of the configuration containing this interface. Displays the part of the configuration containing thiscommunity-list.if none is specified. displays all policy lists in the configuration. or. Displays the part of the configuration containingthis AS-path access-list.

Displays the part of the configuration containing this prefix-list. Syntax show sessions [{ current [detail]}|{session-id <session-id> [detail]} | { [{[start-time <yyyy:mm:dd:hh:mm:ss>] [end-time <yyyy:mm:dd:hh:mm:ss>] [source-addr <ipaddress>[<ip-netmask>]] [destination-addr <ip-address> [<ip-netmask>]] [tunnel-id <tunnelid-str>] [termination-reason { normal | authorization-fail | timeout-fail | other-failures | anyfailure}] [event-type { link-congestion | link-down | routing-loop | no-route | path-change | anyevent }] [session-type { ipsec | call | data | register | monitor-path }] [from-id <from-id>] [to-id <to-id>] [detail] }]}|{ summary}] Parameters Parameter session-id <session-id> start-time <start-time> end-time <end-time> Description Display session record for specified session Identifier. Displays the part of the configuration containing traceoptionsfor a specified trace file. This is in the form of yyyy:mm:dd:hh:mm:ss NetSocket. prefix-list [prefix-list-id] route-map [route-map-name] static-routes traceoptions [trace-filename] Mode Privileged EXEC show sessions To display active and terminated session information. ifnone is specified. Displays the part of the configuration containing static routes.Proprietary and Confidential 5-400 . or. use the “show sessions” EXEC command. [Optional] start time for the period when session terminates. Inc. or. . displays all route-maps in the configuration.or. or all trace files if trace-filename is not specified. if none is specified. Displays the part of the configuration containing this routemap. This is in the form of yyyy:mm:dd:hh:mm:ss [Optional] end time for the period when session terminates.CLI Command Definitions policy-map [policy-map-name] Displays the part of the configuration containing this policymap. if none is specified. displays all prefix-lists in the configuration. displays all policy maps in the configuration.

Interface name. Inc. [Optional] Sessions that have the specified destination IP address/network. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-401 . the current time will be used. end-time Mode EXEC show skey users Displays all users with skey settings. use show session link EXEC command. system initialization time will be used. Syntax show skey users NetSocket. [Optional] A IPSec tunnel ID in string format show session link router To display session information for a given link. [Optional] Display detailed session information. Syntax show session linkrouter <router-name> interface <if-name>[start-time <start-time>] [endtime <end-time>] Parameters Parameter router-name if-name start-time Description Name of the router. If start-time is not specified. This is typically the hostname of the router.. [Optional] start time for the period in which the sessions terminate will be displayed.CLI Command Definitions source-address <src-ipaddress> [<src-ip-mask>] destination-address <dest-ipaddress> [<dest-ip-mask>] detail tunnel-id <tunnel-id-str> Mode EXEC [Optional] Sessions that have the specified source IP address/network. If end-time is not specified. [Optional] end time for the period in which the sessions terminate will be displayed.

General errors — Count of SNMP requests that failed for another reason other than the “No suchname” or “Bad values” errors. Response PDUs — Count of responses sent from SNMP requests. Too big errors — Count of packets larger than the maximum packet size. Get-request PDUs — Count of get requests. show snmp engineID Displays SNMP engine identification information. Encoding errors — Count of improperly-encoded packets. Bad values errors — Count of SNMP requests that contain an invalid value for a MIB object. . Syntax show snmp Mode User EXEC Output Chassis — Chassis ID string. Number of requested variables — Count of requested variables by SNMP managers. Location — Location string. Set-request PDUs — Count of set requests. Bad SNMP version errors — Count of packets with an incompatible SNMP version. Get-next PDUs — Count of get-next requests. SNMP packets input — Count of SNMP packets input. Illegal operation for community name supplied — Count of packets that requested an operationthat is is not allowed for the supplied community name. Contact — Contact string. No such name errors — Count of SNMP requests for which a MIB object does not exist.CLI Command Definitions Mode User EXEC show snmp Displays SNMP communications status. SNMP packets output — Count of SNMP packets output. Syntax show snmp engineID NetSocket. Inc. Number of altered variables — Count of altered variables by SNMP managers. Unknown community name — Count of packets with an unknown community name.Proprietary and Confidential 5-402 . Maximum packet size — Maximum SNMP packet size. Trap PDUs — Count of SNMP traps.

show snmp group Displays SNMP group names.CLI Command Definitions Mode Privileged EXEC Output Local SNMP engineID — Local SNMP engine ID. (2) it is not available for use by the managed device. (3) it is notavailable for use by the managed device. Port — Port number on which the SNMP manager is connected. though the agent hassufficient information to make it so (the status column has value notInService). When queried. writeview — Name of the write view. and status. or. createAndWait — Supplied by a management station wishing to create a new instance of NetSocket. information. notReady — The conceptual row exists in the agent. making it available for use bythe managed device. row status defined below: active — The conceptual row is available for use by the managed device. security model — Security model of the group. . Output groupname — Name of the SNMP group. Inc. createAndGo — Supplied by a management station wishing to create a new instance of aconceptual row and to have its status automatically set to active. notInService or active. these are: notReady. notifyview — Name of the notify view.Proprietary and Confidential 5-403 . Syntax show snmp group Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines Five of the six values (all except notReady) may be specified in a management protocol set operation but only three values will be returned in response to a management protocol retrievaloperation. readview — Name of the read view. an existing conceptual rowhas only three states: (1) it is either available for use by the managed device (the status columnhas value active). notInService — The conceptual row exists in the agent. Remote Engine ID — Remote SNMP engine ID. but is missing information necessary inorder to be available for use by the managed device. IP-addr — IP address of the SNMP manager. but is unavailable for use by themanaged device (see the note below). and an attempt to make it so would fail because theagent has insufficient information (the state column has value notReady).

show snmp user Displays SNMP user information (from the group username table). show (system) Displays the controller (system) configuration portion of the running-config.Proprietary and Confidential 5-404 . Syntax show tcp-port-table [tcp-port | symbol-name] Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket. Inc. destroy — Supplied by a management station wishing to delete all of the instances associatedwith an existing conceptual row. Syntax show Mode Controller Configuration (System) show tcp-port-table Displays TCP ports and corresponding symbols (created with the define tcp-port command). Syntax show snmp user Mode Privileged EXEC Output User name — Name of the SNMP user. . storage-type: {other | volatile | nonvolatile | permanent | readonly} — Indicates the memory type in which the settings have been stored.CLI Command Definitions aconceptual row (but not make it available for use by the managed device). Engine ID — SNMP engine ID.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-405 . Inc.CLI Command Definitions tcp-port TCP port number for which the corresponding defined symbol is to be displayed. Syntax show terminal Mode User EXEC Guidelines Terminal configuration values can be configured in two manners: 1) temporarily (for the durationof the session) using “terminal” commands. . or 2) persistently using equivalent commands withinthe Line Configuration Mode. Existing tcp-symbol (created with the define tcp-port command) for which thecorresponding TCP port number is to be displayed. The current set of configuration values show up in the showterminal command. symbols must be alphanumeric text stringsbeginning with an alphabetic character and containing up to 20 characters. symbol-name Mode User EXEC show terminal Displays terminal current configuration and status. Output Length: number — Number of lines displayed per page on the terminal (configurable with the terminal length and length commands) Width: number — Number of columns displayed on the terminal (configurable with the terminal width and width commands) Status: {Active | Connected | Echo Off | Idle Timeout | Input Stopped | Rcvd BREAK | Rcvd CR | Ready | Sent XOFF} — A process is currently active on this line AND/OR at least one active connection is currently on this line AND/OR no echoing is being done of what the user inputs on this line AND/OR an idle timeout has occurred on this line AND/OR input stopped on this line due to hardware flow control or overflow AND/OR a BREAK sequence has been received on this line AND/OR last character entered was a carriage return AND/OR state of this line is “ready” AND/ OR an XOFF character was sent on this line. and the persistent set of configuration values show up in the show linecommand. Capabilities: {none | Enabled | No Login Banner | Receives Logging Output} — There are no special capabilities currently configured OR user has enabled into a higher privilege level AND/ NetSocket.

If the <dribname> parameter is not entered. Mode NetSocket. If the <drib-name> parameter is not entered. use “show topology interfaces” command. Mode EXEC show topology interfaces To display the interfaces on a DRIB node. the information of every drib in the SVP system is displayed. the information of every drib in the SVP system is displayed. Syntax show topology drib [<drib-name>] Parameters Parameter drib-name Description [Optional] A string consists of the character ‘v’ followed by the host IP address of the target router. . use “show topology drib” command.CLI Command Definitions OR no EXEC or MOTD banners displayed (configurable with the no exec-banner command) AND/OR debug and error messages are displayed (configurable with the terminal monitor command) Timeouts: Idle EXEC {never | hh:mm:ss} — Timeout value for an idle EXEC (configurable with the terminal exec-timeout and exec-timeout commands) Time since activation: hh:mm:ss — Amount of time user has been logged in. show topology drib To display SVP system DRIB information. Syntax show topology interfaces [drib <drib-name>] Parameters Parameter drib-name Description [Optional] A string consists of the character ‘v’ followed by the host IP address of the target router. History is {disabled | enabled} — Command line history feature is disabled (configurable with the terminal no history and no history commands) OR enabled (configurable with the terminal history and history commands) history size is lines — Number of lines in the history buffer (configurable with the terminal history and history commands.Proprietary and Confidential 5-406 . Inc.

use “show topology ospf” command. Syntax show topology ospf [<ospf-user-id>] [drib <drib-name>] Parameters Parameter drib-name <instance-number> Mode EXEC Description A string consists of the character ‘v’ followed by the host IP address of the target router. . If the <drib-name> parameter is not entered. use “show topology ospf interface” command. the information of every drib in the SVP system is displayed. OSPF instance number show topology ospf interface To display the interface of an ospf instance. Syntax show topology ospf [<instance-number>] [area <area-id>] interface [<if-name>] [-[<dribname>]] Parameters Parameter drib-name <instance-number> area-id if-name Mode EXEC Description A string consists of the character ‘v’ followed by the host IP address of the target router. If the <drib-name> parameter is not entered. the information of every drib in the SVP system is displayed.CLI Command Definitions EXEC show topology ospf To display the OSPF routing instance in the SVP domain. OSPF instance number The area the interface belong to The interface to be displayed NetSocket. Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-407 .

use “show topology routes” command. Syntax show topology rib [drib<drib-name>] [{<ip-address><ip-netmask> | <ip-address>/<ipbitcount>} ] [detail][longer-prefixes] [bgp <as-number> | ospf <instance-number> | connected | static] Parameters Parameter drib-name Ip-address Ip-netmask ip-bitcount detail longer-prefixes bgp<as-number> ospf<instance-number> connected static Mode EXEC Description A string consists of the character ‘v’ followed by the host IP address of the target router. If the <drib-name> parameter is not entered. AS number of the BGP instance OSPF instance number Display the connected routes Display the static routes show topology route To display the route information on a DRIB node. Syntax show topology route [drib<drib-name>] [{<ip-address><ip-netmask> | <ip-address>/<ipbitcount>} ] [longer-prefixes] [bgp <as-number> | ospf <instance-number> | connected | static] NetSocket. The address of the route to be displayed The ip mask of the route to be displayed The bit count of the verified route If set.CLI Command Definitions show topology rib To display the route on a DRIB node. . the information of every drib in the SVP system is displayed. If the <dribname> parameter is not entered. display prefixes longer than the addr/mask prefix. use “show topology route” command.Proprietary and Confidential 5-408 . the information of every drib in the SVP system is displayed. display detailed information about the routes If set. Inc.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-409 . Syntax show udp-port-table [udp-port | symbol-name] NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter drib-name Ip-address Ip-netmask ip-bitcount longer-prefixes bgp<as-number> ospf<instance-number> connected static Mode EXEC Description A string consists of the character ‘v’ followed by the host IP address of the target router. Syntax show trace trace-filename Parameters Parameter trace-filename Mode User EXEC Description Filename of the trace file. AS number of the BGP instance OSPF instance number Display the connected route Display the static route show trace Displays the contents of a trace file. Inc. display prefixes longer than the addr/mask prefix. . The address of the route to be displayed The ip mask of the route to be displayed The bit count of the verified route If set. show udp-port-table Displays UDP ports and corresponding symbols (created with the define udp-port command).

symbol-name Mode User EXEC show users Displays information about the users that are currently logged in. An asterisk (*) at the beginningof an output line denotes the current user’s information. Existing udp-symbol (created with the define udp-port command) for which thecorresponding UDP port number is to be displayed. Displays information about users within a specified partition or all partitions. Mode User EXEC Guidelines The output of this command displays users logged into the RCP where the command is executed. Output Partition — Partition number of the user. Inc.To see the users logged in to the standby RCP.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter udp-port Description UDP port number for which the corresponding defined symbol is to be displayed. this command must be executed from thestandby RCP. NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-410 . Syntax show users [me | partition {admin | all | hostname | partition-number}] Parameters Parameter me partition Description Displays information about the current user only. symbols must be alphanumeric text stringsbeginning with an alphabetic character and containing up to 20 characters. .

Syntax show vlan [vlan-id] Parameters Parameter vlan-id Mode User EXEC Description VLAN identifier. If a VLAN identifier is notspecified. Line — Assigned line type (con or tty) and relative line number for the user.Proprietary and Confidential 5-411 . show version Displays high level software and hardware configuration information. Location — For console line type. UserID — Assigned user ID for the user. shutdown (interface) Disables an interface and places it in the Administratively Down state (default). Syntax show version Mode User EXEC show vlan Displays configuration and status information about a specific VLAN. for tty line type. . this is “LOCAL”. then information about all VLANs is displayed.CLI Command Definitions User — Username of the user. range is 1 to 4094. Inc. The no form ofthis command enables an interface and releases it from the Administratively Down state. this is the name of the host (orIP address if the Domain Name Server is disabled for “show” command output) from which theuser is logged in. Login-Date/Time — Date and time when the user logged in. Syntax shutdown NetSocket.

Pos-chan. The no form of this command deletes the skey for the specified user. Port-chan. . then the level 2 or level 3 site alerts are replaced with a level 1 or level 2 alert respectively. Inc. NNET. Loopback. or both if notspecified.CLI Command Definitions no shutdown Mode Interface Configuration (Admin. Tunnel) Subinterface Configuration (Port-chan) site-alert-summary Replaces the system default threshold that determines when lower level site alerts are replaced by a single alert declared against the parent site. Syntax site-alert-summary threshold <threshold> no site-alert-summary threshold <threshold> Parameters Parameter Threshold Description If the number of level 2 or level 3 sites with an alert type is greater than or equal to the number of sites derived from this threshold.Proprietary and Confidential 5-412 . Type/Range 30-100 90 Default Mode session-thresholds skey Creates an skey (one-time password) for the specified user on the self rcp. Syntax skey username [peer-rcp | self-rcp] no skey username [peer-rcp | self-rcp] NetSocket. peer rcp. The no form of this command regardless of threshold value returns the system to the default threshold.

use the “snmp-access host” command. The “no” form of this command only requires the ip-address parameter. This address does not have to match with router’s IP address. [optional] Specifies the port on which SNMP is listening to. snmp-access host To configure SNMP related information so that SVP can communicate with SNMP running on the router defined by the “router” command. Syntax snmp-access host <ip-address> [udp-port <port>] version {{1| 2c} [encrypted] {community <community-string>} | {3 [encrypted] [auth {md5|sha} <auth-password> [priv des56 <privpassword>]] user <username>} } [interval <value>] no snmp-access host <ip-address>[[udp-port <port>] version {{1| 2c} [encrypted] {community <community-string>} | {3 [encrypted] [auth {md5|sha} <auth-password> [priv des56 <priv-password>]] user <username>} } [interval <value>]] Parameters Parameter ip-address udp-port <port> version 1 2c 3 community <communitystring> Description IP address of the SNMP host. RCP that user is not logged into. Inc. NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-413 . The encrypted keyword occurring prior to the community string is generated by the system to avoid showing clear text in the running configuration. RCP that user is logged into.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter username peer-rcp self-rcp Mode Global Configuration Description Name of the user. . Specifies SNMP version SNMP version 1 SNMP version 2c SNMP version 3 Specifies the SNMP community string.

When the snmp-access command is first entered the encrypted keyword is not used and the community string is entered in clear text. Provides authentication based on the HMAC-MD5 or HMACSHA algorithms. This command enables this type of polling. Use MD5 algorithm. auth md5 sha auth-password priv des56 priv-password user <username> interval <interval> Mode Topology map router configuration snmp-poll host In some cases. Use SHA algorithm. Priv password Name of the user. Syntax snmp-poll host <ip-address> [udp-port <port>] version {1| 2c} community <communitystring> vendor-id { kineto } [interval <value>] no snmp-poll host [<ip-address> [udp-port <port>] version {1| 2c} community <communitystring> vendor-id { kineto } [interval <value>]] Parameters Parameter Description Type/Range Default NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-414 .CLI Command Definitions encrypted [Optional] Indicates that the entered community string is encrypted. the SVP must gather information from a host using a proprietary MIB. Currently this capability is implemented for gathering bandwidth utilization for GPRS services from a GANC. Auth password. Inc. Provides authentication based on the HMAC-MD5 or HMACSHA algorithms. The no form of this command stops SNMP polling. [Optional] SNMP version 3 AuthNoPriv security model. The SVP will encrypt the community string and the command will be displayed in the running config with the encrypted keyword. . [Optional] Query interval in seconds. Default is 60 seconds. Provides DES 56-bit encryption in addition to authentication based on the CBC-DES (DES-56) standard. [Optional] SNMP version 3 AuthPriv security model.

then all SNMP versions are assumed. SNMP version 2c SNMP version 3 snmp-server accesshost Sets a specified host (only) to access the snmp agent. Syntax snmp-server [v1 | v2c | v3] no snmp-server [v1 | v2c | v3] Parameter v1 v2c v3 Mode Global Configuration Description SNMP version 1. If no SNMP version isspecified. Query interval in seconds. The no form of this command disables SNMPagent operation (default). The no form of this command disablesSNMP agent host operation (default).CLI Command Definitions ip-address IP address of the SNMP host. . IP address in dotted notation. Designation of vendor that published proprietary MIB.Proprietary and Confidential 5-415 . Inc. Syntax snmp-server accesshost {host | ip-address} NetSocket. 1-255 1/2c String kineto 1-86400 None udp-port version community vendor-id interval Mode GANC configuration UDP port agent is listening on. Specifies SNMP version Specifies SNMP community string. 161 None 60 snmp-server Enables Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) agent operation.

Description Name of the host. Mode Global Configuration snmp-server community Sets the community access string to permit SNMP access.Proprietary and Confidential 5-416 . Inc. range is 0 to 16 alpha-numeric-symbolic characters. The no form of this command removes the community access string information. Syntax snmp-server community string [view view-name] [ro | rw] no snmp-server community string [view view-name] [ro | rw] NetSocket. IP address of the host. . The no form of this command sets the default system serialnumber string (default). Syntax snmp-server chassis-id string no snmp-server chassis-id [string] Parameters Parameter string Description System serial number string. snmp-server chassis-id Sets the system serial number string.CLI Command Definitions no snmp-server accesshost [host | ip-address] Parameters Parameter host ip-addres Mode Global Configuration Guidelines This command is only supported over IPv4.

Name of the view. . The no form of this command removes the systemcontact string (default). The no form of this command disables the specified type ofSNMP traps (default). Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-417 .CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter string view-name ro rw Mode Global Configuration Description String to allow SNMP access. range is 1 to 32 alphanumeric-symbolic characters. Syntax snmp-server contact string no snmp-server contact [string] Parameters Parameter string Description System contact string. range is 0 to 127 alpha-numeric-symbolic characters. Indicates read-only access (default). Mode Global Configuration snmp-server enable traps This command enables the specified type of SNMP traps. Syntax snmp-server enable traps [bgp | config | entity | envmon | isis | mpls | ospf | rcpm | snmp | syslog] no snmp-server enable traps [bgp | config | entity | envmon | isis | mpls | ospf | rcpm | NetSocket. Indicates read and write access. snmp-server contact Sets the system contact (sysContact) string. range is 0 to 255 alpha-numeric-symbolic characters.

An all “0”. length of 24 characters (including only characters 0-9 and A-F). Syntax snmp-server engineID engineid-string no snmp-server engineID [engineid-string] Parameter engineid-string Description ASCII encoded hexadecimal string identifier for the local or remote SNMPengine.CLI Command Definitions snmp | syslog] Parameters Parameter bgp config entity envmon isis mpls ospf rcpm snmp syslog Mode Global Configuration Description enables SNMP Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) statechange traps enables SNMP configuration traps enables SNMP entity traps enables SNMP environmental monitor traps enables SNMP Integrated System to Integrated System (ISIS) traps enables SNMP mpls traps enables SNMP Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) traps enables SNMP Resource Control Pointer Manager (SVM) traps enables SNMP standard traps enables SNMP syslog traps snmp-server engineID Sets the name of the SNMP engine on the RCP.Proprietary and Confidential 5-418 . If less than 24characters are specified. Inc.all “F”. The no form of this command removes the name of the SNMP engine on the RCP. . Mode NetSocket. or null value is not allowed. the remaining characters are automatically filled with zeros.

all NetSocket. default is null OID. SNMP version 1. Specifies packet authentication with encryption. Inc. default is null OID.CLI Command Definitions Global Configuration snmp-server group Sets up a new SNMP group. Specifies a notify view for the SNMP group. SNMP version 2c. Specifies a read view for the SNMP group.Proprietary and Confidential 5-419 . notifyview range is 1 to 127 alphanumericsymbolic characters. Specifies packet authentication without encryption. readview range is 1 to 127 alphanumericsymbolic characters. default is every object in the OID space. Specifies no packet authentication. writeview Specifies a write view for the SNMP group. writeview range is 1 to 127 alphanumericsymbolic characters. . SNMP version 3. Mode Global Configuration readview snmp-server host This command sets up a host to receive SNMP notifications. The no form of this command removes a specified SNMP group. Syntax snmp-server group groupname {v1 | v2c | v3 {auth | noauth | priv}} *[notify notifyview | readreadview | write writeview] no snmp-server group groupname {v1 | v2c | v3 {auth | noauth | priv}} *[notify notifyview |read readview | write writeview] Parameters Parameter groupname v1 v2c v3 auth noauth priv notifyview Description Name of the SNMP group. If no keywords are supplied.

Ifno keywords are supplied in the no form. range is 0 to 127 alphanumeric-symbolic characters Optional parameter. all SNMP notifications are disabled. udp port number of the host. default is 162 enables Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) state-change traps enables SNMP configuration traps enables SNMP entity traps enables SNMP environmental monitor traps enables SNMP mpls traps enables SNMP Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) traps enables SNMP Resource Control Pointer Manager (SVM) traps enables SNMP standard traps NetSocket. Syntax snmp-server host {<ip-address> | <ipv6-address> | <hostname>} [traps | informs] [version {1 | 2c | {3 [auth | noauth | priv] }}] <community-string> [udp-port <udp-port>] [bgp | config | entity | envmon | isis | mpls | ospf | rcpm | snmp | syslog] no snmp-server host {<ip-address> | <ipv6-address> | <hostname>} [traps | informs] [version {1 | 2c | {3 [auth | noauth | priv] }}] <community-string> [udp-port <udp-port>] [bgp | config | entity | envmon | isis | mpls | ospf | rcpm | snmp | syslog] Parameters Parameter host {<ip-address> | <ipv6address> | <hostname>} traps informs version {1 | 2c | {3 [auth | noauth | priv] }} Description The IP address or hostname of the host send SNMP “traps” to the host (default) send SNMP “informs” to the host (not supported) Optional parameter that indicates the version of the traps. The no form of this command removes a host from receiving SNMP notifications (default). 1: SNMP traps version v1. Inc. range is 1 to 65535. this is the least secure version 2c: SNMP traps version v2c 3: SNMP traps version v3. this is the most secure version auth: specifies packet authentication without encryption noauth: specifies no packet authentication priv: specifies packet authentication with encryption community-string udp-port <udp-port> bgp config entity envmon mpls ospf rcpm snmp String to allow SNMP access. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-420 .CLI Command Definitions SNMP notifications arereceived.

default is 1500. range is 484 to 8192. Syntax snmp-server location string no snmp-server location [string] Parameters Parameter string Description System location string. The no form of this command sets the maximum SNMP packet size to the default value. The no form of this command removes the system location string(default). . Mode Global Configuration snmp-server packetsize Sets the maximum SNMP packet size permitted for requests and replies. Mode Global Configuration NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-421 . range is 0 to 255 alpha-numeric-symbolic characters.CLI Command Definitions syslog Mode Global Configuration enables SNMP syslog traps snmp-server location Sets the system location string. Inc. Syntax snmp-server packetsize byte-count no snmp-server packetsize [byte-count] Parameters Parameter byte-count Description Maximum size of SNMP packets in bytes.

Mode Global Configuration snmp-server trap-source Sets the source IP address of all traps to a specified value. The no form of thiscommand sets the maximum allowable rate to the default value. Inc. range is 1 to 10.CLI Command Definitions snmp-server queue-length Sets the queue length of SNMP trap messages to be re-transmitted.default is 4. The no version of this command removes the source IP address designation (default). NetSocket. Mode Global Configuration snmp-server queue-transmit-rate Sets the maximum allowable rate for SNMP trap message re-transmission. The no form of this command sets the queue length to the default value. Syntax snmp-server queue-length length no snmp-server queue-length [length] Parameters Parameter length Description Number of SNMP trap messages to queue. Syntax snmp-server queue-transmit-rate traps-per-second no snmp-server queue-transmit-rate [traps-per-second] Parameters Parameter traps-per-second Description Maximum allowable rate for SNMP trap retransmission. range is 1 to 1000.Proprietary and Confidential 5-422 . . default is 10.

range is 1 to 1000. .subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. Mode Global Configuration snmp-server user NetSocket. default is 30. Mode Global Configuration Guidelines Use this command to force all notifications to originate from a specified interface.CLI Command Definitions Syntax snmp-server trap-source interface-name no snmp-server trap-source [interface-name] Parameters Parameter interface-name Description {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chanchannelnumber[. Syntax snmp-server trap-timeout seconds no snmp-server trap-timeout [seconds] Parameters Parameter seconds Description Number of seconds for the interval at which SNMP trap message re-transmission isattempted. The noform of this command sets the timeout interval to the default value. Normally.Proprietary and Confidential 5-423 . snmp-server trap-timeout Sets the timeout interval at which SNMP trap message re-transmission will be attempted. anSNMP trap has the address of the interface that sent it. Inc.

Privacy password for the user. encryption is disabled by default. The no form of this command removes a server view entry. range is 1 to 64 alpha-numeric-symbolic characters. Syntax snmp-server user username groupname {v1 | v2c | v3 [encrypted] [auth md5 authpassword[priv des56 priv-password]]} no snmp-server user username groupname {v1 | v2c | v3 [encrypted] [auth md5 authpassword[priv des56 priv-password]]} Parameters Parameter username groupname v1 v2c v3 encrypted auth md5 auth-password Description Name of the user.Proprietary and Confidential 5-424 . Syntax snmp-server view view-name oid-tree {included | excluded} NetSocket. priv des56 priv-password Specifies privacy level. . HMAC-MD5-96 authentication level. Name of the group to which the user belongs. CBC-DES privacy authentication algorithm. SNMP v1 security model.CLI Command Definitions Sets up a new user in an SNMP group. Mode Global Configuration snmp-server view Creates or updates a view entry. SNMP v2c security model. Specifies password encryption. SNMP v3 security model. Authentication password for the user. range is 1 to 64 alpha-numeric-symboliccharacters. Specifies authentication level. Inc. The no form of this command removes a user from anSNMP group.

Subtree is excluded from the view. When an interface state trap is received. Bounds the frequency in seconds at which polling will be done due to a link down event. The no form of this command returns the system to the default state. It might be desirable to decrease the latency of this learned state by having the router send a trap to the SVP. Subtree is included from the view. Since the route-table-poll is not as reactive as peering.CLI Command Definitions no snmp-server view view-name [oid-tree {included | excluded}] Parameters Parameter view-name oid-tree included excluded Mode Global Configuration Description Name of the view. using this triggering event will allow the SVP to update the DRIBs more quickly. the SVP has to configured to process traps from expected routers. Unexpected traps will be dropped. Type/Range 1-255 5-360 Default 162 Not enabled NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-425 . . Syntax snmp-trap-receive [udp-port <port>] [trigger-route-polling<maximum-rate>] no snmp-trap-receive [udp-port <port>] [trigger-route-polling<maximum-rate>] Parameters Parameter udp-port maximum-rate Description UDP port agent is listening on. The SVP can also be configured to poll all routers configured with the route-table-poll command when a link down trap is received. range is 1 to 32 alphanumeric-symbolic characters. By default the SVP will not listen far traps. Inc. As a security mechanism. Object identifier tree to be included or excluded from the view. This command configures the SVP to listen for SNMP traps. the SVP will determine the link state of a router via polling of the MIBII table. snmp-trap-receive When SNMP access is enabled for a router. the SVP will update the link's state in the associated DRIB.

This command specifies the SNR value to be used to for determining if a call should be marked as being degraded due to noise. This can occur in the following cases:  The sample analyzed does not contain speech. the speech and the noise cannot be distinguished. Syntax snmp-trap-source [ip-address <ip-address>] version {1| 2c} [encrypted] community <community-string> no snmp-trap-source [ip-address <ip-address>] version {1| 2c} [encrypted] community <community-string> Parameters Parameter ip-address version encrypted community Mode Topology map router configuration Description Process traps from this ip-address. The snmp-trap-receive command is required in addition to this command to listen for the traps. If the SNR value is very low. Specifies SNMP version Used by system to encrypt running configuration community string output. When the signal to noise ratio falls below a certain level. the listener will find it difficult to understand the talker. NetSocket. Inc. String None 1/2c Type/Range Default Use router IP address snrsp If the SVA is enabled for performing analogue metric collection. it will process the RTP payload of voice call streams and determine the signal to noise ratio (SNR).Proprietary and Confidential 5-426 . The By default the SVP will not process traps from a router. Specifies SNMP community string.  The sample analyzed has a noise level very near the speech level.CLI Command Definitions Mode Global snmp-trap-source This command is used to configure the SVP to process link up and down traps from the associated router in the topology map. The no form of this command returns the system to the default state. .

the level would be -26 dBov or higher. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. will disable the SNRSP alert for that time interval. the session is marked as degraded.CLI Command Definitions The first case is not of concern. This command also specifies the percentage of degraded sessions to all sessions measured for determining if an alert should be generated. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. If the signal and noise level cannot be distinguished and the level is greater than or equal to this value. One way to distinguish these two cases is by considering the value of the signal level. the level would be expected to be low around -40 dBov. while the second is the purpose of performing the analysis. the session is labeled as degraded. an alert will be generated. If the calculated percentage is greater than the configured percentage. Inc. The no form of the command with a threshold parameter will return that parameter to its default setting. Syntax snrsp {[snr <snr>] [slevel <slevel>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no snrsp {[snr <snr>] [slevel <slevel>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter snr Description If the SNR value is less than or equal to this value. regardless of set/clear threshold value.Proprietary and Confidential 5-427 . The command replaces the existing SNR threshold and/or the settings for the intervals specified. . In the first case. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the SNRSP alert for all time intervals and returns the SNR thresholds to their default value. The no form of the command with a single interval. In the second case. Type/Range 0 to 100 20 Default slevel -80 to 0 -40 interval1 interval2 None None interval3 interval4 None None NetSocket.

.Proprietary and Confidential 5-428 . Syntax source filename Parameters Parameter filename Mode Protmon Configuration Guidelines Source commands may be nested up to 5 levels. Description Name of source file. Inc. If the percentage of sessions with noise degradation is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. 0-99 none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration Related Commands source Specifies a file that is read as a source of commands which are executed sequentially.CLI Command Definitions set If the percentage of sessions with noise degradation is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. The no form of the command returns the setting back to the default which is auto negotiation. NetSocket. The command may be needed when connecting the interface to a non-gigabit interface or when the far end interface is configured at a speed below a gigabit speed. speed Overrides auto negotiation on the Ethernet interface to force a speed. This is only supported for nnet0 and em interfaces.

Syntax spf-log entries number no spf-log entries number Parameters Parameter number Description Number of entries kept in the OSPF spf-log. Syntax NetSocket. range is 0 to 100000. The no form of this command returns the value to the default (20).CLI Command Definitions Syntax speed { 10 | 100 | 1000 | auto } no speed [{ 10 | 100 | 1000 | auto }] Parameters Parameter 10 100 1000 auto Mode Interface Configuration Description Force 10 Mbps operation Force 100 Mbps operation Force 1000 Mbps operation Enable auto negotiation spf-log Sets the number of records kept in the OSPF spf-log (which is visible using the show ip ospf spflogcommand). .Proprietary and Confidential 5-429 . Inc. default is 20. The no form of this command returns the value to the default (20). Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) spf-log entries Specifies the number of records kept in the IS-IS spf-log (which is visible using the show isis spflogcommand).

CLI Command Definitions spf-log entries number no spf-log entries number Parameters Parameter number Description Number of entries kept in the IS-IS spf-log. The no form of this command will override an existing certificate with a default one. range is 0 to 100000.Proprietary and Confidential 5-430 . The no form of this command disables the inclusion of timestamps. default is 20. Default ftproot Mode EXEC stamp Enables the inclusion of timestamps in the trace file (default). Mode Router Configuration (ISIS) ssl-certificate-install This command is used to install a SSL certificate. Inc. Syntax ssl-certificate-install [directory {swdepot: | ftproot: | /}] no ssl-certificate-install [directory {swdepot: | ftproot: | /}] Parameters Parameter directory Description Optional parameter indicating the location of the certificate file. Syntax stamp no stamp Mode NetSocket. .

The default value of the first port is 5000 and the default value of the last port is 65535. Optional parameter with a default value of egress. A value of ingress specifies the stream is being received by the router interface. Mixing RTP packet streams across multiple routed interfaces will decrease the usability of the collected metrics for identifying where the service degradation is occurring in the network. the <if-name> specifies the Ethernet interface for tapping on a specific SVA host. A value of egress specifies the stream is being transmitted by the router interface. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-431 . As noted previously the only stream currently supported is RTP streams. Syntax stream-capture interface <if-name>router-ip <router-ip> router-interface-ip <routerinterface-ip>[direction {both | ingress | egress}] [port-range <first-port><last-port>] [message-filter {rtp}] no stream-capture interface <if-name>router-ip <router-ip> router-interface-ip <routerinterface-ip>[direction {both | ingress | egress}] [port-range <first-port><last-port>] [message-filter {rtp}] Parameters Parameter interface router-ip router-interface-ip direction Description Required parameter. A value of both infers that both directions are being combined in a single SPAN port. port-range message-filter NetSocket. Optional parameter specifying the UDP port range used for identifying streams. NOTE: combining both directions should be avoided unless it is guaranteed not to cause over subscription or added delay.CLI Command Definitions Traceoptions Configuration stream-capture The stream-capture command is used to setup capturing filter for a SVA host to capture a stream of packets and associate related packets to an identified flow. Required parameter which specifies the IP address of the router interface the stream is associated with. For RTP 5060 is always ignored. Inc. The RTP packets should be associated with routed interface either in one direction or both. The current implementation of the command is specifically for RTP streams. Required parameter which specifies the router IP address the stream is associated with.

The no form of this command removes the aggregate address. The no form of this command removes the aggregate address.Proprietary and Confidential 5-432 . . summary-prefix (IPv6 OSPF) Creates summary routes (aggregates) for IPv6 routes that are being redistributed from other routing protocols into OSPF. Inc.CLI Command Definitions Mode Global Configuration summary-address (OSPF) Creates summary routes (aggregates) for routes that are being redistributed from other routingprotocols into OSPF. Routes that are covered by the summaryaddress will not be advertised by thisrouter. Syntax summary-address [ip-address/mask-length | ip-address netmask] [not-advertise | tag tagvalue] no summary-address [ip-address/mask-length | ip-address netmask] [not-advertise | tag tagvalue] Parameters Parameter ip-address/mask-length ip-address netmask not-advertise tag-value Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) Description Summary route’s IP address and prefix netmask length (in bits). Syntax summary-address [ipv6-address/mask-length | ip-address netmask] [not-advertise | tag tagvalue] no summary-address [ipv6-address/mask-length | ip-address netmask] [not-advertise | tagtag-value] NetSocket. Range is 0 to 4294967295. Summary route’s IP address and prefix netmask.

Inc.Proprietary and Confidential 5-433 . Otherwise network anomalies will not result in an alert. . This command provides a mechanism for the default installation information to be changed to align with the specific deployment criteria. This suppression should only be done if all expected sessions being monitored are associated with a site. It is sometimes convenient to suppress the SVP based alerts that might be declared so that the site based alerts are the primary focus of trouble shooting. The passwords in this command affect the shell login only and do not interact with the user accounts established via CLI. then site based alerts will be generated for the various KPIs. Range is 0 to 4294967295. suppress-svp-kpi-alerts If sites are defined for an SVP. Syntax suppress-svp-kpi-alerts no suppress-svp-kpi-alerts Mode session-thresholds sv-config Each of the servers deployed as part of the visibility solution requires configuration information specific to the deployment which is unknown during system installation in the factory.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter ipv6-address/mask-length ipv6-address netmask not-advertise tag-value Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) Description Summary route’s IPv6 address and prefix netmask length (in bits). The no form of this command removes the alert suppression. The sva-analogue SV type is used to enable measurement of analogue metrics from received NetSocket. Routes that are covered by the summaryaddress will not be advertised by thisrouter. Summary route’s IPv6 address and prefix netmask.

CLI Command Definitions bidirectional voice RTP streams on an SVA. This command changes configuration files on the server which will take effect following a system reboot. Indicate the type of deployment. Syntax sv-config[root-password root-password] [admin-password admin-password] [ sv-type svm | svp | sva | sva-analogue ] [ deployment-type voip | dmh | femto | unistim ] Parameters Parameter root-password admin-password sv-type deployment-type Mode User EXEC Description Change the shell root password. Also. it is important that they are configured to maintain the same configuration data that is applied through the GUI. Indicate the role the service visibility type of the node. users connected one SVM will have a different view than users connected to the other SVM. svm-synchronization peer-ip-address When more than one SVM monitors the same SVP(s). If this is not done. Each SVM must be configured with the IP address of the other SVM(s) monitoring the SVPs. one SVM will arbitrarily over ride the configuration of the other. This command is used in conjunction with the svm-synchronization primary command to configure peering between the SVMs to maintain consistency. Change the shell admin password. Inc. Syntax svm-synchronization peer-ip-address <ip-address> no svm-synchronization peer-ip-address <ip-address> Parameters Parameter Description NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-434 . The no form of this command removes a peer based on the ip address specified. .

After acknowledgement. This triggers the sending of a request to the current primary SVM to become the new primary. Syntax svm-synchronization primary no svm-synchronization primary Mode Global configuration switch network This command switches operations from public network to private network.Proprietary and Confidential 5-435 . Each SVM must be configured with the IP address of the other SVM(s) monitoring the SVPs. The no form of this command changes the primary to secondary. Inc. . This command instructs the SVM to assume the primary role. Syntax switch network Mode EXEC synchronization NetSocket. The previous primary will become secondary and automatically remove the primary configuration mode. This command is only valid on the SVP. the roles are changed on both SVMs. The SVM will notify its peers regarding this state change.CLI Command Definitions peer-ip-address Address of peer SVM for maintaining configuration synchronization. Mode Global configuration svm-synchronization primary This command is used in conjunction with the svm-synchronization peer-ip-address command to configure peering between the SVMs to maintain consistency of the configuration applied via the GUI.

The no form of this command disables synchronization between BGP and the IGP (default).CLI Command Definitions Configures BGP to synchronize with the Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP).rather than using the default values. tag information and other attributes in the IP routing table for learned routes. Inc. The no form of this command disables the use of the routemapfor updating the IP routing table. . Syntax synchronization no synchronization Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) table-map (BGP) Sets route metric. Syntax table-map route-map-name no table-map [route-map-name] Parameters Parameter route-map-name Description Route map that specifies route metric and tag information for BGP-learnedroutes to be added to the IP routing table.Proprietary and Confidential 5-436 . Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Unicast VRF) Address Family Configuration (IPv6 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Unicast) NetSocket.

Inc. tag information. The no form of this command removes aTACACS+ server host. The no form of this commanddisables the use of the route-map for updating the IP routing table. NetSocket. Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) tacacs-server host Sets a TACACS+ server host to be used by the RCP. Syntax tacacs-server host {host | ip-address} *[key [encryption-type] key-value | port port-value | single-connection | timeout seconds] no tacacs-server host {host | ip-address} *[key [encryption-type] key-value | port port-value |single-connection | timeout seconds] Parameters Parameter host ip-address Description Name of TACACS+ server host. IP address of TACACS+ server host. rather than the default values. Syntax table-map route-map-name no table-map [route-map-name] Parameters Parameter route-map-name Description Route map that specifies route metric and tag information for BGP-learnedroutes to be added to the IP routing table.Proprietary and Confidential 5-437 .CLI Command Definitions Address Family Configuration (VPNv4 Multicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Unicast) Address Family Configuration (VPNv6 Multicast) table-map (OSPF) Sets route metric. . and other attributes in the IP routing table for learned routesusing the the specified route map.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-438 . . range is 1 to 1000. key-value port-value single-connection seconds Mode Global Configuration tacacs-server key Sets the authentication key for all TACACS+ requests and responses. Syntax tacacs-server key [encryption-type] key-value no tacacs-server key [[encryption-type] key-value] Parameters Parameter encryption-type Description Specifies whether the key that follows is encrypted. NetSocket. range is 1 to 8 alpha-numeric-symbolic characters(cannot begin with a “#” character and spaces are not allowed). Number of seconds to wait for the TACACS+ server host to respond before resendinga TACACS+ request. Authentication key value.CLI Command Definitions encryption-type Specifies whether the key that follows is encrypted. range is 1 to 65535. A value of 0 (default)indicates the following key is not encrypted. default is the value set by thetacacs-server key command. A value of 0 (default)indicates the following key is not encrypted. default is 49. Inc. default is the value set by the tacacsservertimeout command. TACACS+ server host port number. Specifies that a single connection be maintained for TACACS+ serverhost confirmation. The no form of this command disables the authentication key. and a value of 7 indicates the following key isencrypted. and a value of 7 indicates the following key isencrypted.

IP address of the destination host.Proprietary and Confidential 5-439 . Mode Global Configuration telnet Opens a Telnet connection with a remote host. range is 1 to1000. Syntax tacacs-server timeout seconds no tacacs-server timeout [seconds] Parameters Parameter seconds Description Number of seconds to wait for a TACACS+ server host to respond. default is 5. NetSocket. range is 1 to 8 alpha-numeric-symbolic characters(cannot begin with a “#” character and spaces are not allowed). . The no form of this command sets the default.CLI Command Definitions key-value Authentication key value. Syntax telnet {host | ip-address} *[port | 8bit | source-interface interface-name] Parameters Parameter host ip-address Description Name of the destination host. Mode Global Configuration tacacs-server timeout Sets the duration of time to wait for a TACACS+ server host to respond. Inc.

this command sets the number of lines in the history buffer for thecurrent session. Syntax terminal exec-timeout minutes [seconds] terminal no exec-timeout [minutes [seconds]] Parameters Parameter minutes seconds Description Number of minutes.CLI Command Definitions port 8bit source-interface interface-name TCP port number of the destination host. NetSocket.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. Additional number of seconds. Mode User EXEC terminal exec-timeout Sets the EXEC command line interpreter timeout period for the current session (specifying 0 minutes and 0 seconds disables the timeout function). Alternatively. default is 23. range is 1 to 65535. The terminal no history form of this command disables the command line historyfeature. The terminal no history size form of this command sets the size of the history buffer tothe default value. Set the Telnet connection source address to a specified interface value. . withthe “size” keyword specified. {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chanchannelnumber[. Inc. Use an 8-bit data path. Mode Privileged EXEC terminal history Enables the command line history feature for the current session (default). default is 0. range is 0 to 65535.Proprietary and Confidential 5-440 . range is 0 to 65535. The no form of this command sets theEXEC command line interpreter timeout period for the current session to the system default valueset by the exec-timeout command (default).

Mode User EXEC terminal length Sets the number of display lines per screen for the current session. Inc. default is 10. NetSocket. Syntax terminal length screen-length terminal no length [screen-length] Parameters Parameter screen-length Description Number of lines displayed on the terminal. A value of 0disables pausing between full screens of output.CLI Command Definitions Syntax terminal history [size buffer-size] terminal no history [size [buffer-size]] Parameters Parameter buffer-size Description Number of lines in the history buffer. Mode User EXEC Guidelines This command is used to set the session page size for paged output applications. The no form of this commandsets the number of display lines per screen to the system default value set by the lengthcommand (default). terminal monitor Enables the output of debug and error messages for the current session. The no form of this command disables the output of debug and error messages (default). .Proprietary and Confidential 5-441 . range is 0 to 512. range is 0 to 255.

Proprietary and Confidential 5-442 . Mode Privileged EXEC terminal width Sets the number of characters per display line for the current session. The no form of this command sets the number of characters per display line to the system default value set by thewidth command (default). Syntax timers bgp keepalive-timer hold-timer NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions Syntax terminal monitor [self] terminal no monitor [self] Parameters Parameter self Description Enable output of debug and error messages for self RCP only (do not display output frompeer RCP). Syntax terminal width characters terminal no width [characters] Parameters Parameter characters Description Width (in characters) of the text displayed on the terminal. Mode User EXEC timers bgp Sets the values for BGP timers. . Inc. range is 0 to 512. The no form of this command resets the BGP timers to their default values.

default is 60 seconds. range is 0 to 4294967295 (but the value must be less than thehold-timer). a value of 0 specifies infinity.default is 180 seconds. Time lapse between messages before peer is assumed dead. Syntax timers copsrm <tx-keep-alive-interval><rx-dead-interval> no timers copsrm <tx-keep-alive-interval><rx-dead-interval> Parameters Parameter tx-keep-aliveinterval rx-dead-interval Description Time in seconds between sending of keep alive messages. hold-timer Mode Router Configuration (BGP) Address Family Configuration (IPv4 Unicast) Guidelines The keepalive-timer value specified must be less than the hold-timer value specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-443 .CLI Command Definitions no timers bgp [keepalive-timer hold-timer] Parameters Parameter keepalive-timer Description Frequency. Type/Range 0-65535 seconds 0-65535 seconds 60 180 Default Mode NetSocket. timers copsrm This command specifies the global COPS-RM keep alive and dead timer values. range is 0 to 4294967295. a value of 0 specifies infinity. Amount of time that can lapse between successive KEEPALIVE or UPDATEmessages before this router considers the specified peer dead. returns the settings to their default value. Inc. in seconds. at which KEEPALIVE messages are sent to thespecified peer-group or peer. A keep alive timer value of 0 turns off the sending of keep alive messages. The no form of this command regardless of parameter value. .

CLI Command Definitions COPS-RM router configuration timers spf Sets the router’s SPF timers for OSPF routing protocol. . between two consecutive SPF calculations.d. which represents the node-id of a node in the network.Proprietary and Confidential 5-444 . The connection is bidirectional in such case. Syntax timers spf spf-delay spf-holdtime no timers spf [spf-delay spf-holdtime] Parameters Parameter spf-delay Description Amount of time in seconds between when OSPF receives a topology change andwhen it starts a shortest path first calculation. A user is able to use the command when there is no routing protocol connecting two routers and the topology manager cannot discover connectivity between the routers. Inc. in seconds. spf-holdtime Mode Router Configuration (OSPF) topology-link Manually connects interfaces of two different routers. The no form of this command sets thetimers to their default values. in the format of a. default is 10.c. NetSocket.b. Syntax topology-link host-address ip-address interface-name interface-name-string to hostaddress ip-address interface-name interface-name-string no topology-link host-address ip-address interface-name interface-name-string to hostaddress ip-address interface-name interface-name-string Parameter ip-address Description IP address. Minimum time. default is 5. range is0 to 65535. range is 0 to 65535.

Inc. Mode Topology-Map Configuration Guidelines The two interfaces.Proprietary and Confidential 5-445 . a user is able to manually disconnect interfaces of two different routers.CLI Command Definitions interface-name-string The name of the link or interface in a string format. If routing protocol is not running between two routers. between which the connection is being established. Configuration on the loopback interface has no effect. This command puts CLI in topology-map mode which enables topology map configuration commands to be entered. topology-map To configure SVP topology related information. use the topology-map command in global configuration mode. The connection is bidirectional in such case. shall have the same interface type. . Otherwise the connectivity cannot be established. Syntax topology-unlink host-address ip-address interface-name interface-name-string to hostaddress ip-address interface-name interface-name-string no topology-unlink host-address ip-address interface-name interface-name-string to hostaddress ip-address interface-name interface-name-string NetSocket. Syntax topology-map<map-name> no topology-map<map-name> Parameters Parameter map-name Description name of the map that identifies the topology map Type/Range String Default None Mode Global configuration topology-unlink Manually disconnects interfaces of two different routers.

interface-name-string Mode Topology-Map Configuration Guidelines Configuration on loopback interface has no effect. Inc. Description Filename of the trace file. in the format of a.CLI Command Definitions Parameter ip-address Description IP address. . The name of the link or interface in a string format. a confirmation message will bedisplayed. traceoptions Enters into the Traceoptions Configuration Mode to configure trace options for the specified tracefile.b. Syntax traceoptions trace-filename no traceoptions [trace-filename] Parameters Parameter trace-filename Mode Global Configuration Guidelines When attempting to remove all trace options for all trace files.Proprietary and Confidential 5-446 . The no form of this command removes all trace options for the specified trace file. or for alltrace files if no trace file is specified. which represents the node-id of a node in the network.c.d. NetSocket. Type y to continue or n to cancel this command. traceroute (privileged) Displays the actual IP routes that a packet takes through the network.

range is 1 to 255. Source name for outgoing packets. default is 0. | maxttl hops | minttl hops | numeric | port number | probes count | size bytes | source {host | interface-name | ipaddress}| timeout seconds | tos type]] Parameters Parameter host ip-address loose{host | ip-address} maxttl hops minttl hops numeric port number Description Name of the destination host.Proprietary and Confidential 5-447 . Inc.subinterface] | pos-chan channelnumber | tunnel tunnel-number}. default is 30. Specify nodes that must be used in the route. Number of seconds to wait for a response to a probe. Source interface for outgoing packets... {admin 0 | loopback loopback-number | nnet rcp-number | port-chanchannelnumber[.default is 3. Type of service. Maximum time for time-to-live value. range is 2 to 86399. range is 1 to 65535. For UDP and TCP. range is 40 to 32768. Size of the trace datagram in bytes. range is 1 to 30. Number of probes per hop. default is minimumrequired (40 bytes plus bytes needed for ip options). default is 1. Only numeric addresses are displayed. range is 1 to 30. . the base number used in probes.default is 33434.CLI Command Definitions Syntax traceroute [{host | ip-address} *[loose {host | ip-address}. probes count size bytes source host source interface-name interface-name source ip-address timeout seconds tos type If this command is issued without options. the user is prompted with the following fields: Parameter Target IP address Description IP address of the destination host. default is 3. Source address for outgoing packets. IP address of the destination host. NetSocket. Minimum time for time-to-live value. range is 0 to 255.

Only numeric addresses are displayed. range is 2 to86399. default is 0. range is 1 to65535. or interface-name for outgoingpackets. Number of probes per hop. default is no. Maximum time for time-to-live value. default is 3. Syntax traceroute {host | ip-address} Parameters NetSocket. the base port number used in probes. default is30. Up to 8 IP addresses separated by spaces. Number of seconds to wait for a response to a probe. default is 33434. Size of the trace datagram in bytes. range is 1 to 255. range is 0 to 255. Type of service. Specify nodes that must be used in the route.CLI Command Definitions Source address or interface Numeric display [n] Timeout in seconds [3] Probe count [3] Minimum Time to Live [1] Maximum Time to Live [30] Port Number [33434] Source name or address. default isminimum required (40 bytes plus bytes needed for ip options). range is 1 to 30. b) the prompted form of the command will display an error message after the datagram size entry and allow the user to re-enter the datagram size. range is 1 to 30. range is 40 to 32768. For UDP and TCP. traceroute (user) Displays the actual IP routes that a packet takes through the network. Loose source route [n] Source route Datagram size [min] Type of service [0] Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines If a datagram size is specified and it is insufficient to support the additional number of bytes required for the loose source route specified: a) the command line form of the command will be denied with an error message. default is 1. . Inc. default is 3.Proprietary and Confidential 5-448 . Minimum time for time-to-live value.

alert will clear. Value of ratio is greater than or equal to this value. Syntax tsr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no tsr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set clear Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. alert will set. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. IP address of the destination host. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day.CLI Command Definitions Parameter host ip-address Mode User EXEC Description Name of the destination host. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Tunnel Success Ratio. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. 00 to 100 where 00 implies off. The no form of the command with a single interval. Inc. tsr Tunnel Success Ratio (TSR) is a percentage of tunnel establishment attempts that are successful.Proprietary and Confidential 5-449 . The no form of the command with no arguments disables the TSR alert for all time intervals. . 00 to 100 Type/Range Default None None None None 00 00 NetSocket. will disable the TSR alert for that time interval. The command is validated to make sure the set threshold is less than or equal to the clear threshold. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified. regardless of set/clear threshold value. Value of ratio is less than this value.

Syntax tunnel mode mpls traffic-eng NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-450 .CLI Command Definitions Mode Session thresholds configuration tunnel Enables tunnel debug messages to be placed in the trace file. The no form of this command removes the destinationfor the tunnel interface. The no form of this command disables tunnel debug messages from being placed in the trace file (default). Syntax tunnel destination ip-address no tunnel destination [ip-address] Parameters Parameter ip-address Mode Interface Configuration (Tunnel) Description IP address of the host destination. Inc. tunnel mode mpls traffic-eng Sets the encapsulation mode of the specified tunnel interface to MPLS. Syntax tunnel no tunnel Mode Traceoptions Configuration tunnel destination Sets the destination for a tunnel interface. . The no form of this command removes all of the MPLS tunnel related data.

This command is supported for GRE. The rating can be any of the following:  None Detected  Side Tone  Acceptable  Unacceptable When a call is labeled as having unacceptable echo. The no form of the command with a single interval. Mode Interface Configuration (Tunnel) uersp If the SVA is enabled for performing analogue metric collection. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the UERSP alert for all time intervals. Interface to be used as source address of an IP tunnel. . The command replaces the existing UERSP settings for the intervals specified.CLI Command Definitions no tunnel mode [mpls traffic-eng] Mode Interface Configuration (Tunnel) tunnel source Sets the source address of an IP tunnel to the indicated address or the address configured on aparticular interface. This command specifies the percentage of degraded sessions to all sessions measured for determining if an alert should be generated. NetSocket.Proprietary and Confidential 5-451 . an alert will be generated. it is marked as being degraded. will disable the UERSP alert for that time interval. If the calculated percentage is greater than the configured percentage. it will process the RTP payload of voice call streams and determine the echo annoyance rating. IPIP and EON tunnels only. Inc. Syntax tunnel source {ip-address | interface-name} no tunnel source {ip-address | interface-name} Parameters Parameter ip-address interface-name Description IP address to be used for source address of an IP tunnel. regardless of set/clear threshold value.

set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. If the percentage of sessions with echo degradation is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. 0-99 Type/Range Default None None interval3 interval4 set None None none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration Related Commands username This command is used to add or modify a user on the SVP and SVM.CLI Command Definitions Syntax uersp {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no uersp {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. If the percentage of sessions with echo degradation is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared.Proprietary and Confidential 5-452 . Inc. The no form will remove a user from the system. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. Syntax username <username>[privilege <level>] [password [0|7]<password-string> [xml | gui]] NetSocket. . set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day.

NetSocket. limited to 25 characters. Inc. . password string. validate policy-list Checks the specified policy-list (or all policy-lists if none is specified) for correctness and references to missing access-lists or other objects. gui: web only account. Privilege level of the user. but only for the route-map being modified. xml: xml account type. optional. optional flag indicating the account type. Syntax validate Mode IP Policy-List Configuration Route-Map Configuration Route-Map Assign Guidelines This command does the same thing as validate route-map.Proprietary and Confidential 5-453 .CLI Command Definitions no username <username> [privilege <level>] [{password [0|7] <password-string> [xml | gui]}] Parameters Parameter <username> privilege <level> <passwordstring> [xml | gui] Description The username for the user to be added. Mode Global configuration Range 1-25 characters 0-15 1-25 none Default none 1 none none validate Checks the route-map that is currently being modified for errors in the use of the route-map.

NetSocket. Checks route-maps and access-lists used in the OSPF process specifiedby instance-id. This command also shows where route-maps use match and set conditions thatare not consistent with where the route-maps are being used (e. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-454 . match community in OSPFdefault-originate route-map). Inc.CLI Command Definitions Syntax validate policy-list [policy-list-id] Parameters Parameter policy-list-id Mode Privileged EXEC Description Policy list name of policy list to be validated. validate policy Checks the specified protocol (or all protocols if none is specified) for errors in the use of routemapsand access-lists. ospf [instance-id] Mode Privileged EXEC Guidelines This command shows where undefined access-lists or route-maps are specified in the configuration.g. or all OSPF processes if no instance-id is entered. or all IS-IS processes if no isis-tag is entered. Checks route-maps and access-lists used in the IS-IS processes specified byisis-tag. Syntax validate policy [bgp | isis [isis-tag] | ospf [ospf-id]] Parameters Parameter bgp isis [isis-tag] Description Checks route-maps and access-lists used in BGP..

Inc. Syntax validate route-map [route-map-name] Parameters Parameter route-map-name Mode Privileged EXEC Description Route map to be validated. the APDD alert is generated. will disable the APDD alert for that time interval. Otherwise. pdd The Post Dial Delay (PDD) threshold is the percentage of call sessions with a PDD that exceeds the std-dly or non-std-dly configured. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. Syntax pdd {[std-dly std-dly>] [non-std-dly non-std-dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no pdd {[std-dly std-dly>] [non-std-dly non-std-dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions validate route-map Checks the specified route-map (or all route-maps if none is specified) for errors in the use of theroute-map. The delays are specified in milliseconds. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the APDD alert for all time intervals and returns the delay values to their default. The no form of the command with a single interval. The system determines which delay to use based on the destination ID of the session. the non-std-dly is used. If the prefix of the destination ID is defined in the non-standard list (see session-non-std-dest command). . The no form of the command with the std-dly or non-std-dly value will return the setting to its default value. If the percentage of sessions with excessive PDD is greater than or equal to the defined threshold. regardless of set/clear threshold value. the std-dly is used. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. The command replaces the existing delay values and/or the settings for the intervals specified.Proprietary and Confidential 5-455 .

Inc.e. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. The delays are specified in milliseconds. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. 0-99 Type/Range 0-65535 Default 5000 ms non-std-dly 0-65535 5000 ms interval1 interval2 None None interval3 interval4 set None None none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration Related Commands session-non-std-dst vdd The Video Disconnect Delay (VDD) threshold is the percentage of video sessions with a VDD that exceeds the std-dly or non-std-dly configured. If the percentage of sessions with an excessive delay is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. i. PDD delay in ms for sessions with a nonstandard destination.e. If the percentage of sessions with an excessive delay is greater than this value an alarm will be sent.CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter std-dly Description PDD delay in ms for sessions with default destinations. . set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. i. a non-standard prefix. If the prefix of the destination ID is defined in the non-standard list (see session-non-std-dest NetSocket. not a non-standard prefix. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day.Proprietary and Confidential 5-456 . The system determines which delay to use based on the destination ID of the session.

set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day.Proprietary and Confidential 5-457 .CLI Command Definitions command). . not a non-standard prefix. If the percentage of sessions with excessive VDD is greater than or equal to the defined threshold. The no form of the command with the std-dly or non-std-dly value will return the setting to its default value.e. i. Otherwise. the std-dly is used. The command replaces the existing delay values and/or the settings for the intervals specified. a non-standard prefix. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the AVDD alert for all time intervals and returns the delay values to their default. Syntax vdd {[std-dly std-dly>] [non-std-dly non-std-dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no vdd {[std-dly std-dly>] [non-std-dly non-std-dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter std-dly Description VDD delay in ms for sessions with default destinations.e. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. the Average Video Disconnect Delay (AVDD) alert is generated. The no form of the command with a single interval. VDD delay in ms for sessions with a nonstandard destination. regardless of set/clear threshold value. Inc. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. i. the non-std-dly is used. Type/Range 0-65535 Default 5000 ms non-std-dly 0-65535 5000 ms interval1 interval2 None None interval3 interval4 None None NetSocket. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. will disable the AVDD alert for that time interval.

regardless of set/clear threshold value.Proprietary and Confidential 5-458 . the non-std-dly is used.CLI Command Definitions set If the percentage of sessions with an excessive delay is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS. The set threshold must be greater than or equal to the clear threshold. The command replaces the existing delay values and/or the settings for the intervals specified. The no form of the command with the std-dly or non-std-dly value will return the setting to its default value. Otherwise. If the percentage of sessions with excessive PDD is greater than or equal to the defined threshold. Syntax vpdd {[std-dly std-dly>] [non-std-dly non-std-dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no vpdd {[std-dly std-dly>] [non-std-dly non-std-dly>] [interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } NetSocket. The system determines which delay to use based on the destination ID of the session. will disable the AVPDD alert for that time interval. If the prefix of the destination ID is defined in the non-standard list (see session-non-std-dest command). the std-dly is used. . the Average Video Post Dial Delay ( AVPDD) alert is generated. The delays are specified in milliseconds. Inc. 0-99 none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration Related Commands session-non-std-dst vpdd The Video Post Dial Delay (PDD) threshold is the percentage of video sessions with a PDD that exceeds the std-dly or non-std-dly configured. If the percentage of sessions with an excessive delay is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. The no form of the command with a single interval. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the AVPDD alert for all time intervals and returns the delay values to their default.

e. .Proprietary and Confidential 5-459 .CLI Command Definitions Parameters Parameter std-dly Description PDD delay in ms for sessions with default destinations. If the percentage of sessions with an excessive delay is less than or equal to this value the alarm will be cleared. a non-standard prefix. set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. not a non-standard prefix. Inc. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. the SVP can NetSocket. By enabling this feature for the routers involved in the VRRP scheme. PDD delay in ms for sessions with a nonstandard destination. If the percentage of sessions with an excessive delay is greater than this value an alarm will be sent. 0-99 Type/Range 0-65535 Default 5000 ms non-std-dly 0-65535 5000 ms interval1 interval2 None None interval3 interval4 set None None none clear 0-99 none Mode Session thresholds configuration Related Commands session-non-std-dst vrrp-mib This command enables the SVP to gather information from the router's VRRP MIB. i.e. VRRP is deployed at the access point to a network to provide redundancy to hosts connected via a layer 2 network. i. set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day.

This command enables generation of alerts to the SVM and traps to the NMS based on the Video Success Ratio. Inc. Syntax vsr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } no vsr {[interval1set <set> clear <clear>] [interval2set <set> clear <clear>] [interval3set NetSocket. The no form of the command with no arguments disables the VSR alert for all time intervals.CLI Command Definitions accurately determine which router is receiving traffic from the hosts and performing the IP forwarding on behalf of the access network. NOTE: This feature relies on snmp polling being configured for the router in question.Proprietary and Confidential 5-460 . Poll interval should be less than 5 minutes. the system will not collect VRRP information from the router. VRRP collection will not be performed. will disable the VSR alert for that time interval. The no form of the command with a single interval. the qos-mib will be polled every 180 seconds. The set threshold must be less than or equal to the clear threshold per time interval. Syntax vrrp-mib [poll-multiple<poll-multiple>] no vrrp-mib [poll-multiple <poll-multiple>] Parameters Parameter poll-multiple Description Number of SNMP poll intervals between vrrp-mib polls. Type/Range 1-10 1 Default Mode Topology map router configuration vsr Video Success Ratio (VSR) is an aggregate percentage of video session attempts that are successful. The command replaces the existing settings for the intervals specified.g. E. . regardless of set/clear threshold value. if snmp-access poll interval is 90 seconds and this value is 2. If the no form of this command is issued. If it is not enabled.

CLI Command Definitions <set> clear <clear>] [interval4set <set> clear <clear>] } Parameters Parameter interval1 interval2 interval3 interval4 set clear Description set/clear thresholds for first interval of the day. or all partitions. range is 0 to 5. . set/clear thresholds for third interval of the day. Hostname of a router partition. set/clear thresholds for fourth interval of the day. Value of ratio is greater than or equal to this value. hostname partition-number Mode Privileged EXEC NetSocket. 00 to 100 where 00 implies off. If omitted. 00 to 100 Type/Range Default None None None None 00 00 Mode Session thresholds configuration wall Sends an asynchronous user message to all users. Router partition number. Inc. alert will clear. range is 1 to 63 alphanumeric or hyphen characters(the first or last character cannot be a hyphen).Proprietary and Confidential 5-461 . send tothe current partition. alert will set. Value of ratio is less than this value. set of partitions. set/clear thresholds for second interval of the day. Syntax wall [partition {all | {admin | hostname | partition-number}}] Parameters Parameter partition Description Send to a specified partition.

range is 0 to 512. width Sets the number of characters per display line. The no form of this command sets the number ofcharacters per display line to automatically be determined using the negotiated login window size(default). Mode Line Configuration world-readable NetSocket. Syntax width characters no width [characters] Parameters Parameter characters Description Width (in characters) of the text displayed on the terminal. Inc. Mode All command modes Guidelines The man-page database only contains the names of the CLI commands.Proprietary and Confidential 5-462 .CLI Command Definitions whatis Displays output from a keyword search in the man-page database. Syntax whatis keyword Parameters Parameter keyword Description Text string to search in the man-page database. .

Syntax world-readable no world-readable Mode Traceoptions Configuration NetSocket.CLI Command Definitions Enables the “other” file system read permission bit for the trace file (default).Proprietary and Confidential 5-463 . . The no form of thiscommand disables the “other” file system read permission bit. Inc.

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