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FibeAir IP-10G CLI

(Command Line Interface)

User Guide

SW Version I6.6.2 November 2010

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Contents

General ............................................................................................................................................. 4

Getting Started ................................................................................................................................ 5

Command Groups ......................................................................................................................... 13

CLI Commands .............................................................................................................................. 16

CLI Command Parameters ........................................................................................................... 26

CLI Procedures .............................................................................................................................. 66

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General
This guide explains how to work with the FibeAir IP-10 Command Line Interface (CLI). The CLI is used to perform IP-10 configuration and obtain system statistical and performance information. Using the CLI, you can perform configuration operations for single IP-10 units, as well as configure several IP-10 units in a single batch command.

Access Rights
IP-10 CLI access is granted for the following user groups: Viewer Operator Admin Technician This user only has read-only access. The user can only view parameters and their values, not modify them. This user has read-write access. The user can read parameters and their values, and modify them. However, this user cannot add or remove other users. This user has read-write access. The user can read parameters and their values, modify them, and add/remove other users. This user has read-write access to the OS CLI.

User access is controlled by the system Administrator and configured via the Management command group (shown in the Command Groups section).

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Getting Started
To log in to the CLI: 1. 2. Power on your PC. Make sure that your PC is connected to the management port on the front panel of the IP-10 unit.

3. Open the telnet application, as follows: type telnet <IP address of the unit>, Enter. 4. For a first-time login, use the following: User: Admin Password: Admin Note: When using the Hyper Terminal, you should set the terminal speed (in your PC terminal configuration) to 155200 kpbs. In addition, it is recommended to select the VT-100 terminal type and set the terminal size to 24 rows, 80 columns.

Getting Help
Once you are logged in, you can go to a main command group and its sub groups, type the command you want, and press Tab twice for a list of possible parameter values. In addition, you can type a command and then type a question mark (?) for location-specific information for the command. For example, for the set command, typing set ? and pressing Enter will display a list of optional parameters and a help line. Wherever you are in the command tree, you can obtain a list of available commands by typing Help or ?. The commands that are available are different for each location in the CLI tree and the type of user.

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Basic Commands
The following basic commands are available when you first log in, if you belong to the Operator user group:
ls get set help cd exit logout cli-ver cls write show-tree find lsp list entities get parameter set parameter help change directory exit CLI logout from CLI cli version clear screen write the current switch configuration to the configuration file show entity tree search for a string in the parameter name and information fields list entity parameters and commands

In addition, you can use the up/down arrow keys, or the q key, when the word END appears at the end of the screen.

Setting IP Addresses
To define a new IP address, do the following: 1. Log in as follows: User: Admin or Operator Password: Admin 2. At the command prompt, type: cd management\networking\ip-address\, and press Enter. 3. Type: get ip-address, and press Enter. This will give you the current IP address. 4. Type: set new_ip_address, and press Enter. For new_ip_address, enter the new address.

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Finding Commands
At any point in the CLI tree, a quick way to find a command is to type find string, and press Enter. For string you can type any word that you think is relevant for a command. For example, if you type find user, and press Enter, you would get a list of commands relating to "user", as follows:
1) management/mng-services/users/add-user 2) management/mng-services/users/delete-user 3) management/mng-services/users/show-users Add user <name> <group> Delete user <name> Show users

Command Example
The following example shows how you can find a command within a sub-group, and then execute the command. The example starts with the lsp (list parameters) command, and ends with the activation of an interface loopback test. ----------------------------------------------IP-10:/> cd diagnostics/loopback/radio-loopback/ IP-10:/diagnostics/loopback/radio-loopback> lsp *********** configuration ******** timeout rw Loopback timeout in minutes *********** statuses ************* counter ro Loopback time left if-loopback rw IF loopback activation rfu-rf-loopback rw RFU RF Loopback Enable Command IP-10:/diagnostics/loopback/radio-loopback> set timeout 2 IP-10:/diagnostics/loopback/radio-loopback> set if-loopback off on IP-10:/diagnostics/loopback/radio-loopback> set if-loopback on Caution: This action affects traffic. The may cause permanent loss of Ethernet traffic & wayside. Consider disabling or physically disconnecting the Ethernet ports of the IDM and Wayside before the loopback activation. Are you sure? (yes/no):yes IP-10:/diagnostics/loopback/radio-loopback>

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Important! Note that bridge related commands need to be followed by a write command to be saved. Otherwise, the commands will not be saved following a reset in the system.

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Viewing the Command Tree


At any location within the command group structure, you can type show-tree and press Enter for a list of all the commands in the group you are currently in. The following list appears when you type show-tree. IP-10-SLOT-1:/>show-tree management mng-services cfg-service event-service event-log alarm-service alarm-current alarm-external pm-service time-service ntp mng-software users networking ip-address floating-ip-address mng-protocols snmp platform inventory daughter-board license idc-board fpga mate-idu all-odu shelf-manager remote-idu remote-co remote-cl radio

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xpic remote-cl framer mrmc tdm-radio-pm[1] tdm-radio-pm[2] tdm-radio-pm[3] tdm-radio-pm[4] tdm-radio-pm[5] tdm-radio-pm[6] tdm-radio-pm[7] tdm-radio-pm[8] tdm-radio-pm[9] tdm-radio-pm[10] tdm-radio-pm[11] tdm-radio-pm[12] tdm-radio-pm[13] tdm-radio-pm[14] tdm-radio-pm[15] tdm-radio-pm[16] tdm-radio-pm[17] tdm-radio-pm[18] tdm-radio-pm[19] tdm-radio-pm[20] tdm-radio-pm[21] tdm-radio-pm[22] tdm-radio-pm[23] tdm-radio-pm[24] tdm-radio-pm[25] tdm-radio-pm[26] tdm-radio-pm[27] tdm-radio-pm[28] tdm-radio-pm[29] tdm-radio-pm[30] tdm-radio-pm[31] tdm-radio-pm[32] tdm-radio-pm[33]

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tdm-radio-pm[34] tdm-radio-pm[35] tdm-radio-pm[36] tdm-radio-pm[37] tdm-radio-pm[38] tdm-radio-pm[39] tdm-radio-pm[40] tdm-radio-pm[41] tdm-radio-pm[42] tdm-radio-pm[43] tdm-radio-pm[44] tdm-radio-pm[45] tdm-radio-pm[46] tdm-radio-pm[47] tdm-radio-pm[48] tdm-radio-pm[49] tdm-radio-pm[50] tdm-radio-pm[51] tdm-radio-pm[52] tdm-radio-pm[53] tdm-radio-pm[54] tdm-radio-pm[55] tdm-radio-pm[56] tdm-radio-pm[57] tdm-radio-pm[58] tdm-radio-pm[59] tdm-radio-pm[60] tdm-radio-pm[61] tdm-radio-pm[62] tdm-radio-pm[63] tdm-radio-pm[64] tdm-radio-pm[65] tdm-radio-pm[66] tdm-radio-pm[67] tdm-radio-pm[68] tdm-radio-pm[69] tdm-radio-pm[70]

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tdm-radio-pm[71] tdm-radio-pm[72] tdm-radio-pm[73] tdm-radio-pm[74] tdm-radio-pm[75] tdm-radio-pm[76] tdm-radio-pm[77] tdm-radio-pm[78] tdm-radio-pm[79] tdm-radio-pm[80] tdm-radio-pm[81] tdm-radio-pm[82] tdm-radio-pm[83] tdm-radio-pm[84] modem rfu rfu-sw-upload rfu-co rfu-cl rfic interfaces wayside sync ethernet bridge eth-port[1] eth-port[3] eth-port[6] eth-port[7] eth-port[8] service-oam pdh port-group e1t1-port[1] e1t1-port[2] e1t1-port[3] e1t1-port[4]

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e1t1-port[5] e1t1-port[6] e1t1-port[7] e1t1-port[8] e1t1-port[9] e1t1-port[10] e1t1-port[11] e1t1-port[12] e1t1-port[13] e1t1-port[14] e1t1-port[15] e1t1-port[16] trails sdh stm1 diagnostics rmon loopback line-loopback radio-loopback xml-interface

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Command Groups
The command groups that appear when you log in include the following: Management Platform Radio Interfaces Diagnostics Some groups include sub groups that enable setup operations relevant to that category. The following illustrations show the trees of each main group. Management

Management

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Platform

Radio

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Interfaces

Diagnostics

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CLI Commands
The following table lists the commands you can use in each command group and sub group. Note that when you enter a group or sub group, you can type a command and then press the Tab key twice (or type a question mark) for a list of values relevant to that command.

CommandGroup IP-10G IP-10G echo write

Command

Description Display a line of text Write the current switch configuration into configuration file Show entity tree Search for a string in the parameter's entity name and information fields entity name and information fields list entity parameters and commands Ping utility Telnet utility Set to factory default configuration Show log Clear log Show current alarms Clear entire PM Show IDU application packages set versions Show supported RFU version Verify installed packages Download newer packages from remote server (without installation) Upgrade all installed packages or requested package

Privilege operator operator

IP-10G IP-10G

show-tree find

rw rw rw operator operator operator rw operator rw operator operator operator operator operator

IP-10G

lsp

Mng-services Mng-services cfg-service Event-log Event-log alarm-current pm-service mng-software mng-software mng-software mng-software

ping telnet set-to-default show clear show clear-entire-pm versions-idu versions-rfu verify-packages download

mng-software

upgrade

operator

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CommandGroup mng-software

Command rollback

Description Rollback recent IDU application upgrade transaction (1 step back) Downgrade application packages to older version (downloaded to special downgrade directory) Re-install last installed Linux kernel package (recommended for corrupt kernel restoration) Download new package (without existing version installed) from remote server (without installation). NOTE: provide package name without version, e.g. 'abc', not 'abc-0.0.1'. Download and install new package (without existing version installed). NOTE: provide package name without version, e.g. 'rfu', not 'rfu-0.0.1 Uninstall SW package (recommended for independent package removal) Show SW packages Clean up disk from old duplicated (kernel) packages and repackaged files,or downgrade files Change remote server password Add user into system's users account. syntax:add-user <user> <privilege> <passwd aging in day amounts> [account expired YYYYMM-DD]

Privilege Admin

mng-software

downgrade

Admin

mng-software

kernel-reinstall

Admin

mng-software

package-download

admin

mng-software

package-install

admin

mng-software

package-uninstall

admin

mng-software mng-software

show-packages cleanup

operator operator

mng-software Users

change-serverpassword add-user

admin admin

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CommandGroup Users

Command delete-user

Description Delete user from system's users account. Syntax: delete-user <user> showusers Show information about exist users account Show information about exist users account Change user's password. syntax: change-password (without parameters) Set Floating IP lock timer Show Management Protocols status restart the web server Show SNMP status Change the settings of the SNMPv3 user (security level / username / password) Reset the IDC - cold (HW) reset Create archive file on target Install the requested archive file on target Upload the archive file to the PC (host). Before activating this command, make sure to set host-ip, host-path, user-name and user-password Get the archive file from the PC (host) onto the target. Before activating this command, make sure to set host-ip, host-path, user-name and userpassword Change user password for the ftp session. When using default user name (anonymous), use PC (host) login as password Execute, show or delete a CLI configuration script

Privilege admin

users users

show-users change-password

admin rw

floating-ip-address mng-protocols mng-protocols Snmp snmp

set-fip-lock-timer status-show web-restart status-show change-user-settings

operator operator admin operator admin

idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board

reset-idc-hw create-archive install-archive upload-archive

operator operator admin operator

idc-board

download-archive

operator

idc-board

change-user-password

operator

idc-board

cli-script

Operator

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CommandGroup mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager

Command cfg-mismatch-details copy-to-mate-cmd manual-switch-cmd logon-unit reset-unit reset-shelf reset-extensions shelf-versions cfg-backup-show config-backup

Description Show configuration mismatch details Copy to mate command Manual switch command Logon other unit's CLI shell Reset unit Reset shelf Reset extension units Show units SW versions information Show units configuration backup information Backup other unit(s) configuration on this Main unit's storage device Restore this and/or other unit(s) configuration from this Main unit's backup file(s) Create information archive including snapshot info for all available units Reset the remote IDC cold (HW) reset Force Remote Unmute Command clear device error counter clear device error counter Change modem script command Clear accumulated counters Clear RFU Com device error RFU Automatic Delay Calibration Command Set Internal FW Download action Set Internal FW Download cancel

Privilege operator operator operator Rw operator operator operator rw rw operator

shelf-manager

config-restore

admin

shelf- manager

shelf-info-create

operator

remote-idu remote-idu remote-co remote-cl mrmc modem Rfu Rfu

remote-reset-idc-hw force-unmute clear-device-error clear -device- error change-script-cmd clear-counters clear-com-device-error automatic-delaycalibration internal-fw-downloadaction internal-fw-downloadcancel

operator operator operator operator operator operator operator

operator operator operator

rfu-fw-upload rfu-fw-upload

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CommandGroup rfu-sw-upload rfu-co rfu-cl sync sync ethernet ethernet bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge

Command internal-sw-downloadaction clear-device-error clear-device-error set-sync-source view-sync-source set-gbe-mute-override show-gbe-muteoverride show-ports-status show-eth-statistics show-all-traffic-statistic show-forwarding-table qos-copy-prioritiesconfiguration qos-copy-rate-limitingconfiguration qos-set-vlan-tag-pbitval qos-show-vlan-tagpbit-val qos-set-ip-pbit-val qos-show-ip-pbit-val qos-vlan-to-queue qos-show-vlan-toqueue qos-set-scheduler-qweight qos-show-scheduler-qweight qos-policer

Description Set Internal SW Download action clear IDU device error counter clear device error counter set-sync-source trail <slot> <if-type> <if-num> view-sync-source Set GbE mute override Show GbE mute override Show status of all ports Show Ethernet Statistics Show ethernet statistics for all ports Shows the forwarding table for a specific VLAN Copy priority configuration from one port to another Copy rate limiting configuration from one port to another Set VLAN tag pbits to queue allocation Show VLAN tag pbits to queue allocation Set IP pbits to queue allocation Show IP pbits to queue allocation QoS VLAN to queue priority Show QoS VLAN to queue priorities Set scheduler queue weights Show scheduler queue weights Add/Remove a policer

Privilege operator operator operator operator operator operator rw rw rw rw rw operator operator

bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge

operator rw operator rw rw rw operator rw operator

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CommandGroup bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port service-oam service-oam

Command qos-policer-class qos-show-policers qos-static-mac-priority qos-show-static-macpriorities clear-all-peer-info show-bridge-status showrunningconfig showvlaninfo vlan show-port-status qos-set-vlan-pbits-prioremap qos-show-vlan-pbitsprio-remap mep show-meps-list show-if-table-counters clear-rmon qos-detach-policer qos-show-policerclasses clear-peer-info show-allowed-vlans Mip show-mips-list set-allowed-vlans domain association

Description Add/Remove a policer class Show QoS policers Set/Remove a static MAC priority Show static MAC priorities Clear all peer's information Show the bridge status Show current switch operating configuration Show VLAN database Add, remove, or modify values associated with a single VLAN Show port status Set VLAN Pbits priority remap Show VLAN Pbits priority remap Add/Remove an MEP Show MEPs list Show IF table counters Clear RMON statistics Detach policer map from the port Show policer classes Clear all peer's information Show allowed VLANs Add/Remove MIP Show MIPs list Set allowed VLANs Add/Modify/Remove a maintenance domain Add/Modify/Remove a maintenance association

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CommandGroup service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam

Command remote-mep ccm-Admin ccm-interval ping linktrace auto-linktrace

Description Add/Remove a remote MEP Change continuity check Admin state Change continuity check interval time Ping message to a remote MEP or MIP Traceroute message to a remote MEP or MIP Add/Remove a remote MEP to the automatic linktrace list Show the remote MEPs configured in the automatic linktrace list Show all local MEPs info Show all remote MEPs info Show Maintenance domain list Show domain & VLAN CCM interval Show last auto linktrace result for a remote MEP Show last auto linktrace result for all MAID remote MEPs Show the MAID list Show the local MEP list Show the remote MEPs list Show domain & VLAN MIPs list Disable all E1/DS1 ports Enable all E1/DS1 ports Add/Remove eth-port to/from aggregation group Show VLAN Pbits priority remap

Privilege operator operator operator rw rw operator

service-oam

show-auto-linktrace-list

rw

service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam

show-configured-localmeps show-configuredremote-meps show-domain-list show-domain-interval show-auto-linktracemep-status show-auto-linktracemaid-stat us show-maid-list show-local-meps-list show-remote-meps-list show-mips-list disable-all-ports enable-all-ports lag-member qos-show-vlan-pbitsprio-remap

rw rw rw rw rw rw

service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam port-group port-group lag-port lag-port

rw rw rw rw operator operator rw rw

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CommandGroup lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port trails

Command show-allowed-vlans show-port-status aggregate-port clear-peer-info

Description Show allowed VLANs Show port status Add/remove port from aggregation group Clear all peer's information Clear RMON statistics of a LAG-port Remove aggregation group Add/Remove a MEP Add/Remove MIP Set VLAN Pbits priority remap Set allowed VLANs Show IF table counters Show MEPs list Show MIPs list Add a Trail: add-trail <id> <desc> <acm-prio> <activation> <protected> <src-slot> <src-type> <src-num> <dest1-slot> <dest2-type> <dest3num> ... <dest9-num> Delete a Trail by Source: del-trail-by-src <src-slot> <src-type> <src-num> rw rw

Privilege

operator operator operator operator operator operator operator operator operator operator operator operator

lag-clear-rmon lag-port-remove mep mip qos-set-vlan-pbits-prioremap set-allowed-vlans show-if-table-counters show-meps-list show-mips-list add-trail

Trails

del-trail-by-src

operator

trails trails

del-trail-by-id act-trail-by-id

Delete a Trail by ID: deltrail-by-id <id> Activate(or Reserve) a Trail by ID: act-trail-by-id <id> <operatioal/ reserved> Show a Trail by Source Edge show-trail-by-src <src-slot-id> <src-if-type> <src-if-num> Show a Trail by Trail ID show-trail-by-id <id

operator operator

trails

show-trail-by-src

operator

trails

show-trail-by-id

rw

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CommandGroup trails trails trails trails trails trails trails

Command show-all-trails show-all-trail-pms show-trail-pms-by-id show-all-trail-alarms del-all-trails act-all-trails protected-trail-forceactive-by-id protected-trail-forceactive protected-trail-switchreset protected-trail-switchreset-by-id show-trails-statistics show-local-trailsstatistics dump-hw-tableconfiguration

Description Show all Trails show-alltrails Show all Trails PM showall-trail-pms Show Trail PM's using a trail id show-all-trails <id> Show all Trails alarms show-all-trails-alarms Delete all Trails del-alltrails Activate (or Reserve) all Trails Force active a protected trail <id> to by-id some path Force active all protected trails to some path Reset the switch counter for all protected trails <id> Reset the switch counter for a by-id protected trail <id> Show the trails statistics with options [ts|trails] Show the local trails statistics with options [ts|trails] Dumpt the HW table configurations for a device <device> with options [sum|active] Dumpt the trail DB for [local|global] database with options [sum|active] Verify that the local DB configuration including HW is valid Add default Trails (use on standalone units with empty database) add-deftrails Show downloadable files Get RMON statistics

Privilege operator operator operator operator operator operator operator

trails trails trails

operator operator operator

trails trails

operator admin

trails

admin

trails

dump-trails-db

admin

trails

perform-local-trailconsistency-check add-def-trails

admin

trails

operator

diagnostics rmon

show-files-list get-statistics

operator operator

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CommandGroup rmon rmon rmon

Command clear-port clear-lag-port clear-all

Description Clear RMON statistics from a specific port Clear RMON statistics of a LAG-port Clear RMON statistics from all ports

Privilege operator operator Operator

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CLICommandParameters
Parameter Group Event-log alarmcurrent alarmexternal alarmexternal alarmexternal alarmexternal alarmexternal alarmexternal alarmexternal timeservice timeservice timeservice timeservice timeservice timeservice timeservice timeservice Parameter event-to-syslog most-severe external-output.group external-output.Admin external-input.Admin[5] external-input.severity[5] external-input.text[5] external-output External-input[5] dst-offset dst-start-month dst-start-day dst-end-month dst-end-day gmt-offset-hours gmt-offset-minutes time-and-date Description Event to syslog Most severe alarm External alarm group External alarm output Admin External input alarm Admin External input alarm severity External input alarm text External alarm state External input state Daylight Savings Time offset Daylight Savings Time starting month Daylight Savings Time starting day Daylight Savings Time ending month Daylight Savings Time ending day NTP offset from GMT (hours part) NTP offset from GMT (minutes part) Time and date format: day-monthyear, hours:mins:secs NTP server with which the system is synchronised Privileges OPERATOR VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw rw rw

ntp

server

OPERATOR

rw

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Parameter Group ntp ntp ntp ntp Admin status poll-interval sync-server

Parameter

Description NTP Administrative state NTP service status NTP polling interval The NTP server with which the target is currently synchronized. Remote SW update server URL, where SW updates reside Remote server login Last SW download status Last SW installation status Common (version holder) package name Identifies installed IDU application package set version Identifies IDU application common package version at last cold restart Identifies installed RFU package version Identifies RFU package version for upgrade Identifies RFU package version for downgarde Last SW download status Last SW installation status

Privileges OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER rw ro ro ro

mngsoftware mngsoftware mngsoftware mngsoftware mngsoftware mngsoftware mngsoftware

server-url

OPERATOR

rw

server-login download-status install-status version-package-name

OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

rw ro ro ro

common-version-idu

VIEWER

ro

running-version-idu

VIEWER

ro

mngsoftware mngsoftware mngsoftware mngsoftware mngsoftware

common-version-rfu

VIEWER

ro

common-version-rfu-upgrade

VIEWER

ro

common-version-rfu-downgrade

VIEWER

ro

status-download status-install

VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro

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Parameter Group users

Parameter login-fail-threshold

Description Threshold of consecutive fail logins which cause to blocking the user's login. Optional values: 0-10 (0 is for disable the mechanism) The blocking time (in minutes) after threshold of consecutive fail logins exceed. Optional values: 11440 Define the idle login time (in days) which after that the user's account will be deleted. Optional values 0-90 (0 is for disable the mechanism) Number of management ports In-Band management VLAN ID How management data is passed Management port capacity Management port auto negotiation Management port duplex Management port Ethernet rate (Mbps) Unit management IP address Unit subnet mask Default gateway HW address

Privileges ADMIN rw

Users

blocking-fail-login-time

ADMIN

rw

users

idle-login-time

ADMIN

rw

networking networking

number-of-ports vlan

OPERATOR OPERATOR

rw rw

networking networking networking networking networking ip-address ip-address ip-address ip-address

type capacity auto-negotiation duplex ethernet-rate ip-address subnet-mask default-gateway hw-address

OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER

rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw ro

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Parameter Group floating-ipaddress mngprotocols mngprotocols mngprotocols mngprotocols floating-ip

Parameter

Description Floating IP Web inactivity timeout, in minutes Web protocol type WEB Certificate Authority (CA) digital certificate HTTP/S channel Administrative state for web and NMS access Telnet Administrative state Define communication inactivity timeout of the the management interfaces Web service status Telnet service status SNMP version Enable/disable sending SNMP traps IP address of manager to which SNMP traps will be sent Manager port to which traps are sent (default is 162) Filter for traps sent to the manager according to severity Send trap on operational status change only

Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR ADMIN ADMIN rw rw rw rw

web-inactivity-timeout web-protocol web-ca-certificate-Admin

web-Admin

ADMIN

rw

mngprotocols mngprotocols

telnet-Admin communication-inactivity-time out

ADMIN ADMIN

rw rw

mngprotocols mngprotocols Snmp Snmp Snmp

web-status telnet-status version trap-Admin[4] trap-manager[4

VIEWER VIEWER ADMIN OPERATOR OPERATOR

ro ro rw rw rw

Snmp

trap-port[4]

OPERATOR

rw

Snmp

trap-severity-filter[4]

OPERATOR

rw

snmp

trap-status-change-filter[4]

OPERATOR

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Parameter Group snmp

Parameter trap-heartbeat[4]

Description How often (in minutes) a trap heartbeat is sent to the manager (0 to disable) SNMPv3 security mode SNMPv3 authentication algorith SNMP Administrative state SNMP read community SNMP write community SNMP trap community SNMP trap clli Text for manager name or comment SNMPv3 single user username SNMP service status Private MIB file version Number of services as provided by the system according to the rfc3418 Lan segment i System name System contact person System location System location bay System location shelf Unit's longitude coordinates

Privileges OPERATOR rw

snmp Snmp

v3-security-mode v3-auth-algorithm

VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro

Snmp Snmp Snmp Snmp Snmp Snmp Snmp Snmp snmp Platform

Admin read-community write-community trap-community[4] trap-clli[4] trap-name[4] v3-username status mib-version system-services

ADMIN OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

rw rw rw rw rw rw ro ro ro ro

Platform platform Platform Platform platform platform platform

lan-id system-name system-contact-person system-location system-location-bay system-location-shelf longitude

OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR

rw rw rw rw rw rw rw

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Parameter Group platform platform Platform Platform Platform Platform Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory latitude slot-label

Parameter

Description Unit's latitude coordinates Slot Label Max number of physical PDS ports Max number of physical SDH ports System description power-supply-1alarm-admin Board type Board sub-type Firmware Hardware Board modules The type of IDC The sub-type of the IDC IDC firmware The hardware features of the IDC The type of modem The sub-type of the modem The firmware of the modem The frequency of the clock for the PVG The hardware features of the modem The type of MUX The sub-type of the MUX The firmware of the MUX The hardware features of the MUX

Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER rw rw ro ro ro rw ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro

max-physical-ports max-physical-sdh-ports system-description power-supply-1-alarm-admin board-type board-sub-type firmware hardware board-modules idc-type idc-sub-type idc-firmware idc-hardware-features modem-type modem-sub-type modem-firmware modem-system-rate modem-hardware-features

Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory

mux-type mux-sub-type mux-firmware mux-hardware-features

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

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Parameter Group Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory xc-type xc-sub-type xc-firmware

Parameter

Description The type of XC The sub-type of the XC The firmware of the XC The hardware features of the XC Chain type Chain sub-type Chain firmware Chain hardware features Total number of interface Number of fast Ethernet interfaces Number of Radio interfaces Number of 10/100/1000 interfaces Number of SFP interfaces Number of TDM interfaces Type of TDM interfaces HW supported bit rate Date of board testing (number of seconds from 1/1/1970) Number of hass testing TX IQ Delay - Tx index in fdf table TX IQ Delay - TX Delay

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro

xc-hardware-features chain-type chain-sub-type chain-firmware chain-hardware-features total-num-of-interfaces num-of-fe-interfaces num-of-radio-interfaces num-of-10-100-1000-interfaces

Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory

num-of-sfp-interfaces num-of-tdm-interfaces type-of-tdm-interfaces hw-supported-bit-bate date-code

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro ro ro

Inventory Inventory Inventory

hass-number tx-iq-delay-index-in-fdf-table tx-iq-delay

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

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Parameter Group Inventory

Parameter rx-master-iq-delay-index-in-f df-table

Description RX IQ Delay - Rx Master index in fdf table RX IQ delay - Rx Master delay RX IQ Delay - Rx slave index in fdf table RX IQ delay - Rx slave delay Counter of working hours of the board Number of hours left for license demo mode Spare1 Spare2 Spare3 The version of the pic HW features The serial number of the board Part number of the application in the board System license features Company name Company logo Company main logo Product name

Privileges VIEWER ro

Inventory Inventory

rx-master-iq-delay rx-slave-iq-delay-index-in-fdf table

VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro

Inventory Inventory Inventory

rx-slave-iq-delay num-of-working-hours license-demo-timer

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro

Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory

spare1 Spare2 Spare3 pic-version hw-feature serial-number part-number

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro ro ro ro ro

Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory Inventory daughterboard daughterboard daughterboard daughterboard

license-register company-name logo main-view product-name board-type board-sub-type num-of-interfaces running-firmware-version

VIEWER Admin Admin Admin Admin VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

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Parameter Group daughterboard daughterboard daughterboard daughterboard firmware hardware

Parameter

Description

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro

num-of-working-hours

Counter of working VIEWER hours of theDaughter board Date of daughter board testing (number of seconds from 1/1/1970) Number of hass DB testing The serial number of the daughter board Part number of the application in the daughter board Text description about the daughter board Text description of the board The hw inventory version The production inventory version Enable/disable demo mode The user license code that determines the user rights Capacity rights ACM rights Switch application rights Type of license Time left for license demo mode (in hours) VIEWER

date-code

ro

daughterboard daughterboard daughterboard daughterboard Inventory Inventory Inventory License

hass-number serial-number part-number

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro

comments

VIEWER

ro

comments hw-inventory-version production-inventory-version demo-Admin

OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR

rw ro ro rw

License

license-code

OPERATOR

rw

License License License License License

capacity-name acm-license switch-application-license license-type demo-timer

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro ro ro

License

syncu-license

VIEWER

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Parameter Group License License License license idc-board idc-board

Parameter network-resiliency-license tdm-capacity-license tdm-capacity-value per-usage-license measurement-system host-ip

Description

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro rw rw

Measurement system IP of the HOST where the archive is to be stored Determines whether the file transfer protocol is secure (SFTP) or not (FTP) General CLLI field Relative path (under the ftp directory) on the HOST where the archive is to be stored. For using default ftp path: set // for Windows or set / for Linux.

OPERATOR ADMIN

idc-board

file-transfer-protocol

ADMIN

rw

idc-board idc-board

idc-clli host-path

OPERATOR ADMIN

rw rw

idc-board idc-board

user-name cli-script-file-name

User name for the ftp ADMIN session The CLI configuration script's file name to be downloaded IDU temperature Voltage-input System up time (in hundredths of seconds) Status of downloading the warning banner file OPERATOR

rw rw

idc-board idc-board idc-board

temperature voltage-input system-up-time

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro

idc-board

warning-banner-download-status

VIEWER

ro

idc-board idc-board idc-board

security-file-type security-file-format config-creation-status Status of the archive creation action

ADMIN ADMIN VIEWER

rw rw ro

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Parameter Group idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board

Parameter config-upload-status config-download-status config-install-status unit-info-creation-status unit-info-upload-status upload-pub-key-status download-security-status download-cli-script-status

Description Status of the archive storage action Status of the archive download action Status of the archive download action Status of the unitinfo creation action Status of the archive storage action Status of the public key uploading Status of security file download status Status of CLI configuration script's file download status Slot ID (within the XC node) Hardware Mode (standalone or xc) XC Role (Main or Extension) IDC version Identifies current kernel-modules package set version The warning banner file name to be downloaded The security filename to be downloaded Internal status text indication array Radio LED IDU LED RFU LED Protection LED Remote LED

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro

idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board

slot-id hw-mode xc-role version kernel-modules-version

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro ro ro

idc-board

warning-banner-file-name

ADMIN

rw

idc-board

security-file-name

ADMIN

rw

idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board

status-text-indication[2] radio-led idu-led rfu-led protection-led remote-led

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro ro ro ro

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Parameter Group fpga fpga fpga mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu

Parameter main-fpga-running-fw-version secondary-fpga-running-fw-version fw-version protection-Admin excessive-ber-switch-admin

Description Main FPGA running FW Version Secondary FPGA running FW Version FPGA FW Version Protection Admin Excessive BER switch admin Protection force switch Protection lockout Remote BER adjustment time Remote LOF adjustment time

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR ro ro ro rw rw rw rw rw rw

protection-force-switch protection-lockout remote-ber-adjustment-time remote-lof-adjustment-time copy-to-mate-status mate-ip-address mate-mac-address protection-mode

Last copy-to-mateVIEWER cmd execution status Mate IP address Mate mac address Protection mode Status of communications with protecting IDU (second shelf) In protection 2+2 Status of communications with protecting IDU Switchover on Copper LOC All ODU Admin Slot Population Alive Slot Population Shelf most severe alarm status TDM Interfaces VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER INTERNAL

ro ro ro ro

master-communication-status

mate-idu mate-communication-status mate-idu all-odu shelfmanager shelfmanager shelfmanager shelfmanager

RO

switchover-on-copper-loc Admin slot-population[6] alive-slot-population[6] shelf-most-severe-alarm[6] TDM-interfaces[6]

Admin OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER rw ro ro ro ro

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Parameter Group shelfmanager shelfmanager

Parameter sdh-interfaces[6] archives-operation-status

Description SDH Interfaces Shelf-wide [configuration,unitinfo] archives operation status Number of units still being processed by the last archive operation command Protection Admin of Extension unit Radio Interfaces

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER ro ro

shelfmanager

archive-operating-units

VIEWER

ro

shelfmanager shelfmanager shelfmanager shelfmanager shelfmanager shelfmanager remote-idu remote-idu

extension-units-protection-Admin[6] radio-interfaces[6]

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR

ro ro ro ro ro ro rw rw

available-interfaces available-sdh-interfaces1 available-sdh-interfaces2 available-sdh-interfaces3 remote-ip-address remote-floating-ip-address

Available Interfaces Available SDH Interfaces Available SDH Interfaces 2 Available SDH Interfaces 3 Remote IDU IP address Remote IDU Floating IP address configuration Remote IDU subnet mask Remote IDU default gateway Remote IDU ATPC enable/disable configuration Remote ATPC reference Rx level configuration Remote Management type status Remote IDU Link ID

remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu

remote-subnet-mask remote-default-gateway remote-atpc-Admin

OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR

rw rw rw

remote-idu

remote-atpc-ref-rx-level

OPERATOR

rw

remote-idu

remote-management-type

OPERATOR

rw

remote-idu

remote-link-id

OPERATOR

rw

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Parameter Group remote-idu

Parameter remote-force-mute-tx

Description Force remote Mute transmit configuration Force remote Max transmit level configuration Remote IDU web protocol type Remote slot id Remote Rx level status Remote most severe alarm status Remote Communication Status Remote IDU GREEN_MODE enable/disable configuration Remote Management VLAN ID configuration Device errors Device errors MAC header compression Admin Radio Admin Radio interface actual current state Interface alias Maximal amount of VC<EF><BF><BD>s that mi configured by the radio entity XPIC Script has been loaded Enable logging of XPIC events

Privileges OPERATOR rw

remote-idu

remote-force-max-tx-level

OPERATOR

rw

remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu

remote-web-protocol remote-slot-id remote-rx-level remote-most-severe-alarm remote-communication

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro ro ro

remote-idu

remote-green-mode-admin

OPERATOR

rw

remote-idu

remote-management-vlan

OPERATOR

rw

remote-co remote-cl radio radio radio radio radio

device-error device-error mhc-Admin radio-if-interface radio-if-interface-operationa l-status interface-alias max-available-tdm-cap

VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER OPERATOR VIEWER

ro ro rw rw ro rw ro

xpic xpic

xpic-status events-enable

VIEWER OPERATOR

ro rw

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Parameter Group xpic

Parameter xrsm-cfg-retry-length-mul-fact or

Description Multiplication factor of time between tor XRSM retries Configuration

Privileges OPERATOR rw

xpic

xrsm-cfg-num-of-retries

Number or XRSM attempts to reestablish XPIC communcations Configuration Delay duration between XRSM retries to re-establish XPIC communcations Configuration Delay duration of XRSM retry to reestablish XPIC communcations Configuration Current XPIC Configuration Status Flag Allows slave to update master of XPIC enable event Allows slave to update master of RFU comm status event Allows slave to update master of RFU mute event Allows slave to update master of IF loopback event Allows master to read current status if RFU mute on disk Allows master to request slave XPIC LOP status Allows master to set slave XPIC MUTE

OPERATOR

rw

xpic

xrsm-cfg-delay-between-retries

OPERATOR

rw

xpic

xrsm-cfg-duration-of-retry

OPERATOR

rw

xpic

debug-current-config-status

VIEWER

ro

xpic

slave-xpic-enable

VIEWER

ro

xpic

slave-rfu-comm-status

VIEWER

ro

xpic

slave-mute-transmitter

VIEWER

ro

xpic

slave-if-loopback

VIEWER

ro

xpic

user-rfu-mute

VIEWER

ro

xpic slave-xpic-lop xpic

VIEWER

ro

slave-xpi-mute

VIEWER

ro

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Parameter Group xpic

Parameter xrsm-cfg-enable

Description Enables the operation of XRSM when LOP is detected Configuration Link ID Radio Excessive BER threshold configuration Radio Signal Degrade threshold configuration Radio BER status Operational status Radio 15 minute interval performance monitor Radio 24 hour interval performance monitor

Privileges rw OPERATOR

framer framer

link-id radio-excessive-ber-threshold

OPERATOR OPERATOR

rw rw

framer

radio-signal-degrade-threshold

OPERATOR

rw

framer framer framer

radio-ber oper-status radio-pm-15min-interval[96]

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro

framer

radio-pm-24hour-interval[30]

VIEWER

ro

mrmc

mrmc-script

VIEWER Radio scheme (Bit Rate, Occupied BW, Modulation and Grade).\n Occupied BW Vs Channel Separation are listed in pairs: (Occupied BW Range[MHz], Channel Separation [MHz]):\n(5-7,7); (810,10); (12-14,13.7515); (25-29,27.5-30); (33-38,40); (5055,55-56) Operation mode Current Tx profile Modem script package version RFU chosen grade Actual connected RFU grade Occupied bandwidth (MHz) VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro

mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc

operation-mode current-tx-profile script-package-version rfu-chosen-grade connected-rfu-grade occupied-bandwidth

ro ro ro ro ro ro

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Parameter Group mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc current-tx-qam

Parameter

Description Current Tx QAM Current Tx bitrate Max available TDM interface Current Rx profile Current Rx QAM Current Rx bitrate Current profile Rx TDM channels Current profile Tx TDM channels Min profile Rx VC Max profile Rx VC Current-scriptcapacity Current-acm-mode Modem script version Loaded script description MRMC 15 minute interval performance monitor MRMC 24 hour interval performance monitor When 'Automatic State Propagation' is not 'None', a GBE/Radio mute (or shutdown) will be forced if the radio profile degrades below this threshold TX maximum power adaptation admin TX maximum power adaptation reference class Current ACM adaptive Rx profile

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro

current-tx-bitrate max-available-tdm-interfaces current-rx-profile current-rx-qam current-rx-bitrate current-rx-vc current-tx-vc min-rx-vc max-rx-vc current-script-capacity current-acm-mode loaded-script-version loaded-script-description mrmc-pm-15min-interval[96]

mrmc

mrmc-pm-24hour-interval[30]

VIEWER

ro

mrmc

Operator

rw

eth-shutdown-threshold-profile

mrmc mrmc

adaptive-tx-power-admin

VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro

adaptive-tx-power-reference-class mrmc

current-acm-adaptive-rx-profile

VIEWER

ro

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Parameter Group mrmc mrmc mrmc Tdm-radiopm Tdm-radiopm modem modem modem modem modem modem modem modem

Parameter

Description Current ACM adaptive Tx profile Maximum adaptive ACM Rx profile Minimum adaptive ACM Rx profile Tdm radio UAS PM 15 minutes monitoring Tdm radio UAS PM 24 hours monitoring MSE threshold XPI threshold information MSE XPI level Defective blocks Slicer input scaling information LDPC decoder stress Modem 15 minute interval performance monitor Modem 24 hour interval performance monitor RFU performance monitoring Rx level threshold 1 configuration RFU performance monitoring Rx level threshold 2 configuration RFU performance monitoring Tx level Threshold configuration RFU ATPC enable/disable

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro

current-acm-adaptive-tx-profile max-adaptive-acm-rx-profile min-adaptive-acm-rx-profile tdm-radio-pm-15min-interval[96]

tdm-radio-pm-24hour-interval[30] mse-threshold xpi-threshold mse xpi defected-blocks slicer-input-scaling ldpc-decoder-stress pm-15min-interval[96]

VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro rw rw ro ro ro ro ro ro

modem

pm-24hour-interval[30]

VIEWER

ro

rfu

pm-rx-level-threshold-1

OPERATOR

rw

rfu

pm-rx-level-threshold-2

OPERATOR

rw

rfu

pm-tx-level-threshold

OPERATOR

rw

rfu

atpc-Admin

OPERATOR

rw

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Parameter Group rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu tx-freq

Parameter

Description RFU Rx frequency configuration RFU ATPC reference Rx Level RFU Rx frequency configuration RFU mute transmitte RFU Unfaded Rx level configuration RFU maximum transmit level configuration RFU log interval configuration, in seconds RFU log enable/disable configuration RFU RF loopback enable command RFU standard organization RFU temperature, celsius RFU temperature, fahrenheit RFU transmit level RFU receive level status RFU synthesizer RFU power supply status RFU band status RFU minimum Tx frequency status RFU maximum Tx frequency status RFU Tx Rx frequency separation

Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw rw rw

atpc-ref-rx-level rx-freq mute-tx unfaded-rsl max-tx-level

rfu

log-interval

OPERATOR

rw

rfu

log-Admin

OPERATOR

rw

rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu

rfu-rf-loopback standard-organization temp-in-celsius temp-in-fahrenheit tx-level-status rx-level synthesizer-status power-supply-status Band min-tx-freq max-tx-freq tx-rx-freq-separation

OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

rw ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro

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Parameter Group rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu min-bandwidth

Parameter

Description RFU minimum bandwidth status RFU maximum bandwidth status RFU Pmax status RFU communication to remote unit status RFU minimum Rx frequency status RFU maximum Rx frequency status RFU internal download status RFU internal download counter status Type of connected RFU RFU RF loopback support status RFU IF loopback support status RFU predistortion support status RFU lo sense status RFU cable tilt status RFU IFC support status RFU Pmin status RFU address status RFU installation status RFU XPIC support RFU data SCI number of errors RFU change Tx frequency local remote command

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro

max-bandwidth Pmax communication-status min-rx-freq max-rx-freq internal-download-status internal-download-counter

rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu

rfu-type rf-loopback-support if-loopback-support predistortion-support lo-sense cable-tilt ifc-support pmin rfu-address rfu-installation rfu-xpic-support data-sci-errors tx-freq-local-remote

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR

ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro rw

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Parameter Group rfu

Parameter rx-freq-local-remote

Description RFU change Rx frequency local remote command RFU MSE forward command RFU serial number RFU running software version number with booter version suffix RFU part number RFU 15 minute interval performance monitor RFU 24 hour interval performance monitor RFU 15 minute interval diversity RFU 24 hour interval diversity performance monitor RFU 15 minute interval combined performance monitor RFU 24 hour interval combined performance monitor RFU delay calibration configuration

Privileges OPERATOR rw

rfu rfu rfu

mse-forward serial-number software-version-number

OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER

rw ro ro

rfu rfu

part-number pm-15min-interval[96]

VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro

rfu rfu rfu

pm-24hour-interval[30] pm-15min-interval-diversity[96] pm-24hour-interval-diversity[30]

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro

rfu

pm-15min-interval-combined[96]

VIEWER

ro

rfu

pm-24hour-interval-combined[30]

VIEWER

ro

rfu delay-calibration rfu rfu green-mode-ref-rx-level rfu rfu-mode green-mode-admin

operator

rw

Activate Green Mode operator RFU Green Mode Reference Rx Level Configuration RFU mode configuration RFU RX level connector source configuration RFU automatic delay calibration status operator

rw rw

operator

rw

rfu rsl-connector-source rfu

operator

rw

automatic-delay-calibration-status

VIEWER

ro

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Parameter Group rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu

Parameter

Description RFU running FW version number RFU IFC support status RFU-D copartner carrier RFU Temperature Status RFU Rx level combined status RFU Rx level diversity RFU internal firmware download counter status RFU internal firmware download status RFU internal download counter status RFU internal download status Device errors Device errors IF loopback activation Enabling or disabling detection of AIS on the interfaces. Upon enabling, monitoring is done for all relevant interfaces, both on the main board and the inserted T-card, if present. Enable/disable Wayside channel Wayside channel capacity

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro

fpga-version-number ifc-support rfu-d-copartner-carrier rfu-temp rx-level-combined rx-level-diversity

rfu-fwupload rfu-fwupload rfu-swupload rfu-swupload rfu-co rfu-cl rfic interfaces

internal-fw-download-counter

VIEWER

ro

internal-fw-download-status internal-download-counter

VIEWER

ro

internal-download-status device-error device-error if-loopback ais-line-detection-Admin

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR

ro ro ro rw rw

wayside wayside

Admin capacity

OPERATOR OPERATOR

rw rw

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Parameter Group wayside wayside wayside ethernet ethernet bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge

Parameter auto-negotiation duplex ethernet-rate clock-source acm-ethernet-threshold ethernet-application qos-ip-tos-tc-pbits-option management-type lag-ports-max-number ageing-time

Description Wayside auto negotiation Wayside half/full duplex Wayside Ethernet port rate (Mbps) clock source ACM ethernet threshold Ethernet application IP priority options Management type max number of LAGports in a bridge Learned MAC address is removed from the forwarding table after this amount of time from the last time this MAC appeared in an ingressing frame's Source Address LAG load balancing algorithm Maximum hops the BPDU will be valid Bridge priority for each defined MST instance Bridge priority Provider port ethertype Spanning Tree protocol Bridge ID Bridge role Root ID Root path cost Learning Admin

Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER OPERATOR rw rw rw rw ro rw rw VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR ro ro rw

bridge bridge bridge

lag-load-balance max-hops

OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR

rw rw rw

msti-bridge-priority bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge eth-port Priority provider-port-ethertype stp-protocol bridge-id bridge-role root-id root-path-cost learning

OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR

rw rw rw RO RO RO RO rw

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Parameter Group eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port connector-type

Parameter

Description Connector type Port Physical Usage IP address of the remote node ID of the remote slot (0 for standalone unit) Remote port number (0 for not connected) Mute TX laser upon RX loss of carrier Enable/disable the port Auto negotiation Half/full duplex Ethernet rate (mbps) First criteria: classification according to destination MAC address (MAC DA) Third criteria classification Priority override port Second criteria: classification according to VLAN ID Scheduling scheme Flow control Egress shaper Egress shaper rate. The value should be in steps of 64K for values less than 1 Mbps. 1M steps for values between 1 Mbps and 100 Mbps. 10M steps for values between 100 Mbps and 1000 Mbps (GbE ports only).

Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw

port-connection peer-ip-address peer-slot-id

eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port

peer-port-number tx-mute-upon-rx-loc Admin auto-negotiation duplex ethernet-rate qos-classify-mac-da-override

OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR

rw rw rw rw rw rw rw

eth-port eth-port eth-port

qos-classify-initia qos-classify-default qos-classify-vid-override

OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR

rw rw rw

eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port

qos-scheduling-scheme flow-control qos-egress-shaper qos-egress-shaper-rate

OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR

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Parameter Group eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port oper-status

Parameter

Description Interface alias MAC address of the remote port Text describing the remote interface Policer name associated with this port Operational status Port's state Interface type Interface index The total number of octets received on the interface, including framing characters. The number of subnetwork-unicast packets delivered to a higher-layer protocol.

Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw

peer-mac-address peer-description qos-policer-name

eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port

oper-status state interface-type interface-index if-table-inoctets

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro ro ro

eth-port

if-table-inucastpkts

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

if-table-innucastpkts

The number of nonVIEWER unicast packets delivered to a higherlayer protocol VIEWER The number of inbound packets which were chosen to be discarded, even though no errors had been detected, to prevent their being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol. The number of inbound packets that contained errors preventing them from being delivered to a higher-layer protocol VIEWER

ro

eth-port

if-table-indiscards

ro

eth-port

if-table-inerrors

ro

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Parameter Group eth-port

Parameter if-table-inunknownprotos

Description The number of packets received via the interface which were discarded because of an unknown or unsupported prot The total number of octets transmitted out of the interface, including framing characters. The total number of packets tha thigherlevel protocols requested be transmitted to a subnetwork-unicast address, including those that were discarded or not sent The total number of packets thathigherlevel protocols requested betransmitted to a non-unicast address, including those that were discarded or not sent. The number of outbound packets whichwere chosen to be discarded, even though no errors had been detected, toprevent them from being transmitted. The number of outbound packets that could not be transmitted because oferrors. The sum of lengths of all bad Ethernet frames received

Privileges VIEWER ro

eth-port

if-table-outoctets

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

if-table-outucastpkts

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

if-table-outnucastpkts

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

if-table-outdiscards

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

if-table-outerrors

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

bad-octets-rcv

VIEWER

ro

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Parameter Group eth-port in-uni-casts

Parameter

Description The number of good frames received that have Unicast destination MAC address. The number of good frames received that have Broadcast destination MAC address The number of good frames received that have Multicast destination MAC address. This does not include frames counted in 'Pause frames received' or frames counted in 'Broadcast frames received'. The number of good frames received that have Pause destination MAC address. Total frames received with a length of less than 64 octets but with a valid FCS Total frames received with a length of less than 64 octets but with an invalid FCS. Total frames received with a length of more than 1632 octets but with a valid FCS. Total frames received with a length of more than 1632 octets but with an invalid FCS.

Privileges VIEWER ro

eth-port

brdc-pkts-rcv

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

mc-pkts-rcv

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

in-pause

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

undersize-pkts

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

fragments-pkts

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

oversize-pkts

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

jabber-pkts

VIEWER

ro

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Parameter Group eth-port in-rx-err

Parameter

Description Total frames received with error signal from PHY Total frames received with a CRC error not counted in 'Fragments frames received', 'Jabber frames received' or 'Rx error frames received'. Total frames received with length of exactly 64 octets, including those with errors. Total frames received with length of between 65 and 127 octets inclusive, including those with errors. Total frames received with length of between 128 and 255 octets inclusive Total frames received with length of between 256 and 511 octets inclusive Total frames received with length of between 512 and 1023 octets inclusive Total frames received with length of above 1024 octets inclusive, including those with errors. The number of frames sent that have a Unicast destination MAC address

Privileges VIEWER ro

eth-port

in-fcs-err

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

pkts-64-octets

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

pkts-65-127-octets

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

pkts-128-255-octets

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

pkts-256-511-octets

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

pkts-512-1023-octets

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

pkts-1024-max-octets

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

out-uni-casts

VIEWER

ro

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Parameter Group eth-port brdc-pkts-sent

Parameter

Description The number of good frames sent that have a Broadcast destination MAC address The number of good frames sent that have a Multicast destination MAC address. This does not include frames counted in 'Pause frames sent' or frames counted in 'Broadcast frames sent'. The number of Flow Control frames sent

Privileges VIEWER ro

eth-port

mc-pkts-sent

VIEWER

ro

eth-port eth-port

out-pause deferred

VIEWER

ro ro

VIEWER The total number of successfully transmitted frames that experienced no collisions but are delayed because the medium was busy during the first attempt. This counter is applicable in halfduplex only. The number of collision events seen by the MAC not including those counted in 'Single', 'Multiple', 'Excessive', or 'Late'. This counter is applicable in halfduplex only. The total number of successfully transmitted frames that experienced exactly one collision. This counter is applicable in halfduplex only. VIEWER

eth-port

collisions

ro

eth-port

single-collision-frame

VIEWER

ro

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Parameter Group eth-port

Parameter multiple-collision-frame

Description The total number of frames that have been successfully transmitted and have also experienced more than one collision. This counter is applicable in half-duplex only The number of times a collision is detected later than 512 bit-times into the transmission of a frame. This counter is applicable in halfduplex only. The number of frames transmitted with an invalid FCS A 32 bit counter that counts the number of good, non-filtered frames that normally would have been forwarded, but could not be due to a lack of buffer space

Privileges VIEWER ro

eth-port

late-collision-detect

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

out-fcs-err

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

in-discards

VIEWER

ro

eth-port

in-filtered

A 16 bit counter that VIEWER counts the number of good frames that were filtered due to ingress policy rules. The rules include frames that are dropped due to 802.1Q security checks.

ro

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Parameter Group eth-port out-filtered

Parameter

Description

Privileges ro

A 16 bit counter that VIEWER counts the number of good frames that were filtered due to egress policy rules. The rules include frames that passed the ingress port's policy but are dropped due to the egress policy of this port, including 802.1Q security checks. Actual duplex Actual Ethernet rate MAC address The sum of lengths of all good Ethernet frames received, that are not bad frames. The sum of lengths of all Ethernet frames sent from this MAC. Functionality LED Capacity threshold [Mbps] Clear all peer's information Clear RMON statistics Connector type Half/full duplex Enable as edge port Ethernet rate (mbps) EVC name Flow control Port's priority VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port

actual-duplex actual-ethernet-rate mac-address good-octets-rcv

ro ro ro ro

eth-port

good-octets-sent

VIEWER

ro

eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port

functionality-led capacity-threshold clear-peer-info clear-rmon connector-type duplex edge-port ethernet-rate evc-name flow-control priority

VIEWER Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator

ro rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw

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Parameter Group eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port

Parameter

Description Throughput threshold [Mbps] Port's type Utilization threshold [%] Default VLAN ID

Privileges rw rw rw rw RO

throughput-threshold type utilization-threshold vlan designated-path-cost

Operator Operator Operator Operator

Designated path cost VIEWER The number of frames dropped in the transmit MAC because the frame experienced 16 consecutive collisions. This counter is applicable in half-duplex only. Management port auto negotiation Management port capacity Management port duplex Management port Ethernet rate (Mbps) Management only Port's admin Management VLAN id 15 Minute PM minutes monitoring 24 Hour PM hours monitoring Protection only Port's admin Port's role Wayside auto negotiation Wayside port capacity VIEWER

excess-collision-drop

RO

eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port

management-auto-negotiation management-capacity management-duplex management-ethernet-rate management-only management-port-admin management-vlan pm-15 pm-24 protection-only protection-port-admin role wayside-auto-negotiation wayside-capacity

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO

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Parameter Group eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port serviceoam serviceoam

Parameter

Description Wayside half/full duplex Wayside Ethernet port rate (Mbps) Wayside only Port's admin Automatic linktrace periodic time [seconds] Remote MEPs learning time (for learned remote MEPs) (seconds) Port's admin Auto negotiation Half/Full duplex Enable as edge port Ethernet rate (mbps) EVC name Flow control Interface alias Learning admin Path cost for each defined MST instance Interface priority for each defined MST instance Path cost Text describing the remote interface IP address of the remote node MAC address of the remote port Remote port number (0 for not connected)

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR

wayside-duplex wayside-ethernet-rate wayside-only wayside-port-admin auto-linktrace-interval

RO RO RO RO rw

remote-meps-learning-time

OPERATOR

rw

lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port

Admin auto-negotiation duplex edge-port ethernet-rate evc-name flow-control interface-alias Learning msti-port-path-cost

Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator

rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw

lag-port msti-port-priority lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port path-cost peer-description peer-ip-address peer-mac-address peer-port-number

rw Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator rw rw rw rw rw

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Parameter Group lag-port peer-slot-id lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port priority

Parameter

Description ID of the remote slot (0 for standalone unit) Port's priority Priority override port Classifying initial criteria Classifier DA priority override Classifier VID override priority Scheduling scheme Port's type Default VLAN ID

Privileges rw Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw RO

qos-classify-default qos-classify-initial qos-classify-mac-da-override qos-classify-vid-override qos-scheduling-scheme type vlan designated-path-cost

Designated path cost VIEWER VIEWER The number of inbound packets which were chosen to be discarded even though no errors had been detected to prevent their being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol. VIEWER The number of inbound packets that contained errors preventing them from being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol. The number of nonVIEWER unicast packets delivered to a higherlayer protocol. The total number of octets received on the interface, including framing characters. VIEWER

if-table-indiscards

RO

lag-port

if-table-inerrors

RO

lag-port if-table-innucastpkts

RO

lag-port if-table-inoctets

RO

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Parameter Group lag-port

Parameter

Description The number of subnetwork-unicast packets delivered to a higher-layer protocol. The number of packets received via the interface which were discarded because of an unknown or unsupported protocol. The number of outbound packets which were chosen to be discarded even though no errors had been detected to prevent their being transmitted. The number of outbound packets that could not be transmitted because of errors. The total number of packets that higherlevel protocols requested be transmitted to a nonunicast address, including those that were discarded or not sent. The total number of octets transmitted out of the interface, including framing characters.

Privileges VIEWER RO

if-table-inucastpkts

lag-port

VIEWER

if-table-inunknownprotos

RO

lag-port

VIEWER

if-table-outdiscards

RO

lag-port if-table-outerrors

VIEWER RO

lag-port

VIEWER

if-table-outnucastpkts

RO

lag-port if-table-outoctets

VIEWER RO

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Parameter Group lag-port

Parameter

Description The total number of packets that higherlevel protocols requested be transmitted to a subnetwork-unicast address, including those that were discarded or not sent. Interface index Interface type

Privileges VIEWER

if-table-outucastpkts

RO

lag-port lag-port lag-port

interface-index interface-type lag-members-list

VIEWER VIEWER

RO RO RO

List of LAG members VIEWER which are associated with the LAG-port Max number of members in a LAGport MAC address Management only Operational status Protection only Port's role Port's state Wayside only Line coding for T1 interfaces 1-8 Line coding for T1 interfaces 9-16 Excessive BER threshold Signal degrade threshold PDH LED color Line code Line coding for T1 interfaces 17-24 Line coding for T1 interfaces 25-32 Line loopback VIEWER

lag-port lag-members-max-number lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port port-group port-group port-group port-group port-group port-group port-group port-group e1t1-port mac-address management-only oper-status protection-only role state wayside-only line-code-1-8 line-code-9-16 exber-threshold sd-threshold pdh-led[2] line-code line-code-17-24 line-code-25-32 line-loopback

RO VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR RO RO RO RO RO RO RO rw rw rw rw ro rw rw rw rw

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Parameter Group e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port trails trails interface-alias oper-status Admin e1t1-priority interface-type port-curr-ber

Parameter

Description Interface alias Operational status Enable/disable the port Dynamic E1/DS1 allocation priority Interface type E1/DS1 port current BER Status of AIS detection on the port Line PM 15 minute monitoring Line PM 24 hour monitoring DS1 cable length Available TDM Interfaces Available SDH Interfaces Available RADIO Interfaces Available-sync-tdminterface Available-sync-sdhinterface Available-sync-radiointerface Trail level trail trap admin (enable/disable) Service status of primary path in protected local trail Service status of secondary path in protected local trail Service status of primary path in protected trail

Privileges rw VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro rw ro ro

ais-detection-status line-pm-15[96] line-pm-24[30] cable-length available-tdm-interfaces

available-sdh-interfaces trails trails trails trails trails available-radio-interfaces available-sync-tdm-interfaces available-sync-sdh-interfaces available-sync-radio-interfaces trails-level-trail-trap-admin

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro ro rw

Admin

trails

local-trail.protected-pri-path-servicesstatus local-trail.protected-sec-path-servicesstatus trail.protected-pri-path-services-status

RO

trails

RO

trails

RO

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Parameter Group trails

Parameter trail.protected-sec-path-services-status

Description Service status of secondary path in protected trail Revertive protected trail revertive switch timeout (6-1800 seconds) Enable/disable receiving and transmitting traffic through the STM-1 interface STM-1 interface transmission behavior under protection mode The clock source used as a reference for the outgoing STM-1 signal. The VC channel which will be used to synchronize the STM-1 interface.

Privileges

RO

trails

trail-revertive-switch-timeout

OPERATOR

stm1

admin

OPERATOR

rw

stm1

line-tx-protection-mode

OPERATOR

rw

stm1

clock-source

OPERATOR

rw

stm1

sync-vc

OPERATOR

rw

stm1 stm1

force-mute trace-identifier-string-length

STM-1 mute override OPERATOR Length of the STM-1 signal J0 trace identifier STM-1 excessive BER threshold configuration STM-1 signal degrade threshold configuration Loopback timeout in minutes (0 for unlimited) The indication whether the STM-1 interface connects IP-10 nodes in a network OPERATOR

rw rw

stm1

excessive-ber-threshold

OPERATOR

rw

stm1

signal-degrade-threshold

OPERATOR

rw

stm1

loopback-timeout

OPERATOR

rw

stm1

node-to-node-connection

OPERATOR

rw

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Parameter Group stm1

Parameter peer-ip-address

Description IP address of the remote STM1 element Remote STM-1 port number Slot ID of the remote STM1 port Enabling or disabling the signaling of AIS upon receiving such from Type of loopback in the STM-1 interface String used as the transmitted STM-1 signal J0 trace identifier String expected to be received as the STM-1 signal J0 trace identifier Description of the remote STM1 element Operational status Type of Interface Maximum number of VC in STM The clock source that is set at the moment Loopback time left (in seconds) Status of AIS detection on a specific VC STM-1 signal J0 trace identifier actually received from the interface 15 Minutes PM monitoring

Privileges OPERATOR rw

stm1 stm1 stm1

peer-port-number peer-slot-id ais-vc-signaling-admin

OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR

rw rw rw

stm1 stm1

line-loopback transmit-trace-identifier

OPERATOR OPERATOR

rw rw

stm1

expected-trace-identifier

OPERATOR

rw

stm1

peer-description

OPERATOR

rw

stm1 stm1 stm1 stm1

oper-status interface-type max-num-of-vc clock-source-status

VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro ro ro

stm1 stm1

loopback-counter ais-detection-status-on-vc[63]

VIEWER VIEWER

ro ro

stm1

received-trace-identifier

VIEWER

ro

stm1

pm-15[96]

VIEWER

ro

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Parameter Group stm1 stm1 stm1 pm-24[30] stm1-led

Parameter

Description 24 Hours PM monitoring STM-1 SFP led Allows choosing between standard and proprietary KLM mapping Disables sending VC-level RDI in the STM-1/OC-3 interface Loopback timeout in minutes (0 for unlimited) Line loopback Loopback time left STM-1/OC-3 Line loopback STM-1/OC-3 Loopback timeout in minutes (0 for unlimited) STM-1/OC-3 Loopback counter in seconds Loopback timeout in minutes IF loopback activatio RFU RF Loopback Enable Command Loopback time left Engineering order wire admin User channel admin User channel type

Privileges VIEWER VIEWER ro ro rw Operator

ds1-standard-klm-mapping

stm1

rdi-v-signaling-admin

Operator

lineloopback lineloopback lineloopback lineloopback lineloopback

timeout

OPERATOR

rw

line-loopback[16] counter

OPERATOR VIEWER

rw ro rw rw

stm1-line-loopback

Operator

stm1-timeout

Operator

lineloopback radioloopback radioloopback radioloopback radioloopback eow userchannel userchannel

stm1-counter

ro VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER rw rw rw ro ro rw rw

timeout if-loopback[16] rfu-rf-loopback counter Admin

VIEWER Operator Operator

admin type

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CLI Procedures
This guide provides instructions for specific FibeAir IP-10 CLI based operations. It is updated up to software release 6.6.2. CLI (Command Line Interface) is used to perform IP-10 configuration and obtain system statistical and performance information. Using the CLI, you can perform configuration operations for stand-alone IP-10 units or units connected in a stacked configuration, as well as configure several IP-10 units in a single batch command. In a stacked configuration, all commands are available both in the main and extension units unless otherwise stated.

Basic Commands
The following basic commands are available when you first log in, if you belong to the Operator user group: ls get set help cd exit logout cli-ver cls shell write show-tree find lsp echo List entities Get parameter Set parameter Help Change directory Exit CLI Logout from CLI CLI version Clear screen Enter secondary shell Write the current switch configuration to the configuration file Show entity tree Search for a string in the parameter's entity name and information fields List entity parameters and commands echoing free text to the console

In order to get help on a specific command, add a question mark or the parameter --help after the command. In addition, you can use the up and down arrow keys, or the q key, when the word END appears at the end of the screen. Note: To perform the operations in this guide, you should log in as follows: User: admin or operator Password: admin

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Basic System Configuration


Setting IP Addresses
To define a new IP address, do the following at the main unit: 1. Log in as follows: User: admin or operator Password: admin 2. At the command prompt, type: cd management/networking/ip-address/, and press Enter. 3. Type: get ip-address, and press Enter. This will give you the current IP address. 4. Type: set ip-address <ip> (the new IP address), and press Enter.

Adding Users
To define a new user, do the following: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd management/mng-services/users/, and press Enter. 3. Type: add-user <name> <group> <password aging days> <expiration date>, and press Enter. 4. Type the password for the new user.

Navigating between Stacked Units


Going from the main unit to a different unit
After log-in, prompt is always given at the main unit. In order to change the prompt to a different unit do the following: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/, and press Enter. 3. Type: logon-unit <slot number>, and press Enter. The prompt will change according to the relevant slot ID. For example, the prompt for a unit located in slot 3 will show: IP-10-SLOT-3:/>

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Returning to Main Unit


In order to go back to the main unit, type 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/, and press Enter.

Adding Users
To define a new user, do the following: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd management/mng-services/users/, and press Enter. 3. Type: add-user <name> <group>, and press Enter. 4. Type the password for the new user.

Performing Resets
In Stacked Configuration
In order to reset a specific unit in the shelf, do the following at the main unit: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/, and press Enter. 3. Type: reset-unit <slot ID> , and press Enter.

Arguments description: Slot ID: slot of the IDU to be reset (1 6)

In order to reset all extension units (but not the main unit), do the following at the main unit: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/, and press Enter. 3. Type: reset-extensions <slot ID>

In order to reset all units (including the main unit), do the following at the main unit: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/, and press Enter.

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3.

Type: reset-shelf <slot ID>

In any IDU (stand-alone or shelf)


In order to reset an IDU locally (stand-alone or in extension prompt in the shelf), do the following: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/idc-board/, and press Enter. 3. Type: reset-unit <slot ID> , and press Enter.

TDM Trail Management


Defining a TDM Trail
In order to define a TDM trail, do the following at the main unit: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/, and press Enter. 3. Type: add-trail <trail ID> <trail desctiption> <ACM priority> <operational/reserved> <protected/unprotected> <interface 1 slot #> <interface 1 type> <interface 1 number> <interface 2 slot #> <interface 2 type> <interface 2 number> , and press Enter.

Arguments description: Trail-ID: up to 16 alphanumeric characters Trail description: string up to 32 characters ACM priority: high or low Operational/reserved: reserved trails are introduced in the database and the bandwidth wont be used for TDM traffic (it may be used for ethernet traffic) but traffic does not flow. For operational trails bandwidth is fully allocated and traffic flows Protected/unprotected: unprotected trails are mappings between two interfaces only. Protected trails are mappings between an end-point interfaces and two other interfaces, the first of which is the primary path and the second of which is the secondary path (see SNCP section below). Interface slot: slot number of the IDU containing the interface (from 1 to 6) Interface type: line (E1/T1) or radio

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Interface number: the number of the E1/T1 interface or radio VC to be used. o o For E1/T1 it can be 1 to 32 (1 to 16 if no extra 16 E1 T-card is installed) For radio, the maximum number depends on the radio script being used

Unprotected trail example: add-trail id1 desc1 high operational unprotected 1 line 1 1 radio 1.

See Trails Defined in the System


In order to see all the defined trails, do the following: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/, and press Enter. 3. To show all trails type: show-all-trails, and press Enter. 4. To show a specific trail by its ID type: show-trail-by-id <trail ID>, and press Enter. 5. To show a specific trail by its source interface type: show-trail-by-src <interface 1 slot #> <interface 1 type> <interface 1 number>, and press Enter. The trails will be shown in a table as follows (this is an example of a trail from E1#1 in slot 2 to radio VC#1 in slot 3: ================================================================ Legend: s/i/n/- 's'=slot-id 'i'=if-type 'n'=if-num '-'=Empty s(0..6) i(l=line/r=radio/s=stm-1/c=chain/s=sync_ethernet) n(1..180) ================================================================ Source Dest1 Dest2 Dest3 Dest4 Dest5 Dest6 Dest7 Dest8 Dest9

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------IndexInDb = 1, ID = t1, Desc = d1, Prio = high Act = operational, TS = (0) 2/l/ 1 3/r/ 1 -

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Where 2/l/1 denotes slot 2/line/interface 1.

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Deleting Trails
There are several ways to delete trails: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/, and press Enter. 3. To delete all trails type: del-all-trails, and press Enter. 4. To delete a specific trail by its ID type: del-trail-by-id <trail ID>, and press Enter. 4. To delete a specific trail by its source interface type: del-trail-by-src <interface 1 slot #> <interface 1 type> <interface 1 number>, and press Enter.

Activating/Deactivating Trails
Trails mode can be toggled between active and reserved, as follows: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/, and press Enter. 3. To activate/reserve all trails type: act-all-trails, and press Enter. 4. To activate/reserve a specific trail by its ID type: act-trail-by-id <trail ID>, and press Enter.

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TDM Protected Trails (SNCP)


All operations for unprotected trails are available for protected trails as well. The additional operations for protected trails are described in this section.

Defining a Protected TDM Trail


In order to define a TDM trail, do the following at the main unit: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/, and press Enter. 3. Type: add-trail <trail ID> <trail desctiption> <ACM priority> <operational/reserved> <protected/unprotected> <end-point interface slot #> < end-point interface type> < endpoint interface number> <primary path slot #> < primary path type> < primary path number> <secondary path slot #> < secondary path type> < secondary path number>, and press Enter.

Arguments description: Trail-ID: up to 16 alphanumeric characters Trail description: string up to 32 characters ACM priority: high or low Operational/reserved: reserved trails are introduced in the database and the bandwidth wont be used for TDM traffic (it may be used for ethernet traffic) but traffic does not flow. For operational trails bandwidth is fully allocated and traffic flows Protected/unprotected: unprotected trails are mappings between two interfaces only. Protected trails are mappings between an end-point interfaces and two other interfaces, the first of which is the primary path and the second of which is the secondary path Interface slot: slot number of the IDU containing the interface (from 1 to 6) Interface type: line (E1/T1) or radio Interface number: the number of the E1/T1 interface or radio VC to be used. o o For E1/T1 it can be 1 to 32 (1 to 16 if no extra 16 E1 T-card is installed) For radio, the maximum number depends on the radio script being used

Protected trail example: add-trail id1 desc1 high operational protected 1 line 1 2 radio 1 3 radio 1.

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Forcing Trails to Active/Standby


Each protected trail can be forced to make either one of its paths active (or none of them) as follows: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/, and press Enter. 3. To force all trails to one of their paths type: protected-trail-force-active <Id> <path>, and press Enter. 4. To force a specific trail by its ID type to one of its paths type: protected-trail-force-active-byid <Id> <path>, and press Enter. <Id> - trail ID <path> - primary, secondary or none

Showing TDM Trail PMs and Status


Showing TDM Trail PM Measurements
In order to see the TDM trails end-to-end PM measurements (as measured from this systems interface), do the following: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/, and press Enter. 3. To show PMs of all trails type: show-all-trail-pms, and press Enter. 4. To show a specific trails PMs by its ID type: show-trail-pms-by-id <trail ID> <15 min interval> <24h interval>, and press Enter. <15min/24h interval> is the interval number to be shown, where 0 is the current interval, 1 is the previous one and so on. If no interval is selected, the current one will be shown.

Showing TDM Trail Status


In order to see the TDM trails end-to-end PM measurements (as measured from this systems interface), do the following: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/, and press Enter. 3. To show PMs of all trails type: show-all-trail-alarms and press Enter.

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Ethernet Switch Application Configuration


The Ethernet Switch menu includes the Switch Configuration, STP Protocol, STP Configuration, and QoS & Rate Limiting items.

The Ethernet switching methods include:


Single Pipe - Ethernet switching is disabled, whereby only a single Ethernet interface is used for traffic and the unit operates as a point-to-point microwave Ethernet radio. Managed Switch - For Layer 2 802.1Q switching. Metro switch - Ethernet Q-in-Q provider switch is enabled. To set the Ethernet switching method, do the following: 1. Log in. 2. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 3. Type: set ethernet-application <Ethernet application type> (Single pipe, Managed switch, or Metro switch), and press Enter. 4. The system will reset (automatically).

Management Ports
Setting the Number of Management Ports 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/networking/, and press Enter. 2. Type: set number-of-ports <no. of ports> (0-3), and press Enter. Setting the Management Type (inband, outband, VLAN) 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/networking/, and press Enter. 2. Type set type < in-band or out-of-band >, and press Enter. If you choose in-band, you should configure management VLAN id as follows: a) At the command prompt, type: cd /management/networking/, and press Enter. b) Type set vlan <no. of VLAN> (1-4090), and press Enter. Port Configuration
Flow Control (Single Pipe only)

To enable or disable flow control, do the following

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1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set flow-control <on/off>, and press Enter.
Managed Switch Ethernet Ports

To enable or disable port admin, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set admin <enable/disable>, and press Enter. To set port speed rate, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set ethernet-rate <Rate> (10, 100 or 1000 Mbps), and press Enter. To set port duplex, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set duplex < full-duplex / half-duplex > ,and press Enter. To set auto negotiation on/off, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set auto-negotiation <on/off>, and press Enter. To set the port type, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set type <access or trunk>, and press Enter. To set the default VLAN ID, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set vlan <VLAN no.> (1-4090), and press Enter.

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To enable or disable port learning, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set learning <enable/disable>, and press Enter. To add, remove, accept VLANS, do the following: 1. The port type must be trunk. 2. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port [port no.]/, and press Enter. 3. Type set-allowed-vlans <add, except, remove> <VLAN no.>, and press Enter. 4. Type set-allowed-vlans < all, no-vlans>, and press Enter.

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VLAN Configuration
To add, remove, enable, or disable VLANs, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. Type vlan <VLAN no.> <add, remove, enable, disable>, and press Enter. To add or change the VLAN name, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. Type vlan <VLAN no.> name <VLAN name>, and press Enter.

QoS Configuration
Ingress Classifier

To set classify initial, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set qos-classify-initial < ip-tos, ip-tos-over-vlan-pbits, port, vlan-pbits, vlan-pbitsover-ip-tos>, and press Enter. To set classify vid override, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set qos-classify-vid-override <disable, pbit-override, queue-and-pbit-override, queue-override>, and press Enter. To set classify mac da override, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set qos-classify-mac-da-override <disable, pbit-override, queue-and-pbit-override, queue-override>, and press Enter. To set classify default, do the following:

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1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type set qos-classify-default<1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th>, and press Enter.
Egress Scheduler

To set Egress scheduler, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type: set qos-scheduling-scheme < all-queues-hrr, all-queues-strict, fourth-and-thirdqueues-strict, fourth-queue-strict >, and press Enter.
Egress Shaper

To set egress shaper, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type: set qos-egress-shaper on/off, and press Enter. 3. Type: set qos-egress-shaper-rate <rate>, and press Enter.
Policer

To add/remove Policer, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. Type: qos-policer <add, remove> <policer name>, and press Enter. To add a class to the Policer, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. Type: qos-policer-class <add, remove> <policer class name> <policer name> <matching type: all, arp, first-queue, second-queue, third-queue, fourth-queue, broadcast, multicast, non-tcp-udp, tcp-control, tcp-data, udp, unicast, unknown-unicast, unknownmulticast> <rate> <CBS> <exceed action: drop>, and press Enter. 3. Type: qos-show-policers to verify the data, and press Enter.
QoS Tables

To set VLAN Pbits Priority Remap Table, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port [port no.]/, and press Enter.

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2. Type: qos-set-vlan-pbits-prio-remap <original Pbit> <Remapped Pbit>, and press Enter. To set VLAN ID to Queue Table, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. Type: qos-vlan-to-queue set/remove <VID> <queue ID: 1st-queue, 2nd-queue, 3rd-queue, 4th-queue >, and press Enter. To set VLAN Pbits to Queue Table, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. Type: qos-set-vlan-tag-pbit-val <VLAN_Pbit> <queue ID: 1st-queue, 2nd-queue, 3rdqueue, 4th-queue >, and press Enter. To set IP Pbits to Queue Table, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. Type: qos-set-ip-pbit-val <IP_Pbit> <queue ID: 1st-queue, 2nd-queue, 3rd-queue, 4thqueue>, and press Enter. To set IP priority options, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. Type: set qos-ip-tos-tc-pbits-option <diffserv, ip-precedence>, and press Enter. To set static MAC table, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. Type: qos-static-mac-priority set/remove <MAC address> <dest.port no.[1-8]> <priority [0-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> , and press Enter. To set Queue Weights table, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. Type: qos-set-scheduler-q-weight <queue ID: 1st-queue, 2nd-queue, 3rd-queue, 4thqueue > <weight:1-32>, and press Enter.

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Auxiliary Channels
Wayside Channel

At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/wayside/, and press Enter. To set port admin, do the following: 1. Type: set admin <enable/disable>, and press Enter. To set port rate: 1. Type: set ethernet-rate <10mbps or 100mbps>, and press Enter. To set auto negotiation on/off: 1. Type: set auto-negotiation <on/off>, and press Enter. To set port duplex: 1. Type: set duplex <full-duplex or half-duplex>, and press Enter.
User Channel

1. At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/auxiliary/user-channel/, and press Enter To set port admin: 1. Type: set admin <enable/disable>, and press Enter. To set port type: 1. Type: set type asynchronous-<rs232 or v-11>, and press Enter.

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Automatic State Propagation, 1+0 Configuration Only


At the command prompt, type: cd interfaces/ethernet/, and press Enter. To set Automatic state Propagation (also called GBE-mute-override) in Single Pipe application: 1. Type: set-gbe-mute-override <criteria: none, lof-loc, lof-loc-excber, lof-loc-remote, lofloc-excber-remote >, and press Enter. To set Automatic state Propagation (also called GBE-mute-override) in Managed/Metro application: 1. Type: set-gbe-mute-override <criteria: none, lof, lof-excber, lof-remote, lof-excberremote >, and press Enter.
Ethernet Shutdown (Rx) Profile Threshold (when ACM is enabled)

At the command prompt, type: cd radio/mrmc/, and press Enter To set Ethernet shutdown (Rx) profile threshold: 1. Type: set eth-shutdown-threshold-profile < profile-0 to profile-7 >, and press Enter.

Metro Switch and Port Type Configuration


To set Metro Switch: 1. At the prompt (IP-10:/>), type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. At the new prompt, type set ethernet-application metro-switch, and press Enter. 3. Confirm by typing yes, and press Enter. The system will restart automatically.

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To set the port type (CN/PN): 1. At the prompt (IP-10:/>), type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.], and press Enter. 2. At the new prompt, type set type customer-network (or provider-network), and press Enter. To set Default VLAN on CN ports: 1. At the prompt (IP-10:/>), type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.], and press Enter. 2. At the new prompt, type set vlan <VLAN ID>, and press Enter. To set Allowed VLANs on PN ports: 1. At the prompt (IP-10:/>), type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[port no.], and press Enter. 2. At the new prompt, type set-allowed-vlans <add,all,except,no-vlans,remove> <VLAN ID>, and press Enter. To set provider port ether type: 1. At the prompt (IP-10:/>), type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/, and press Enter. 2. At the new prompt, type set provider-port-ethertype <0x88a8, 0x8100, 0x9100, 0x9200>, and press Enter.

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Radio Script Configuration


To set the radio script: 1. At the prompt (IP-10:/>), type cd radio/mrmc/, then press Enter. 2. At the new prompt, type change-script-cmd < Script's name> < Operational mode> <Maximum profile> disable-adaptive-power, then press Enter. Parameter values for the radio script include: Script Name 10Mbps-6.5MHz-4QAM-Grade-1 155Mbps-26MHz-128QAM-Grade-1 181Mbps-26MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 20Mbps-6.5MHz-16QAM-Grade-1 39Mbps-26MHz-4QAM-Grade-1 39Mbps-6.5MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 47Mbps-9MHz-64QAM-Grade-1 ACM_181Mbps-26MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 ACM_367Mbps-52MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 ACM_42Mbps-6.5MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 ACM_87Mbps-12.5MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 Operational Mode acm-adaptive-mode acm-fixed-mode regular-mode (for non ACM scripts) Maximum Profile Note: For ,choose a specific profile for ACM fixed mode . In regular mode only profile-0 is available. profile-0 profile-1 profile-2 profile-3 profile-4 profile-5 profile-6 profile-7

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Configuration Backup
The configuration backup file must be transferred between the main unit and an external site by FTP. Configuration files may be transferred between the extension units and the main unit.

Setting External FTP Client Site Parameters


To define the FTP settings, do the following at the main unit: 1. At the command prompt, type: /platform/idc-board, and press Enter. 2. Type: set set host-ip <ip> (the clients IP address), and press Enter. 3. Type: set host-path <path> (the site to the desired file location at the client), and press Enter. 4. Type: set set user-name <user-name> (the user name expected from client), and press Enter. 5. Type: change-user-password and press Enter; upon prompt write the password expected from client, and press Enter.

Creating Backup Files of Existing Configuration


1. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/ 2. In order to create the backup file for a certain slot, type: config-backup --unit <slot number>, and press Enter. 2. In order to create the backup file for a all the slots in the shelf, type: config-backup --all, and press Enter.

Saving Configuration Files in External Site


1. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/idc-board/ 2. In order to upload the file to the FTP client, type: upload-archive configuration, and press Enter. 3. In order to see the upload status, type: get config-upload-status, and press Enter. "ready" means "no action was taken, ready to continue" A successful result will give "succeeded"

Downloading Saved Configuration Files


1. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/idc-board/ 2. In order to download the file from the FTP client, type: download-archive configuration, and press Enter.

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3. In order to see the upload status, type: get config-download-status, and press Enter. "ready" means "no action was taken, ready to continue" A successful result will give "succeeded"

Restoring Configuration from Files


1. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/ 2. In order to create the backup file: For a certain slot, type: config-restore --unit <slot number>, and press Enter. For all the slots in the shelf, type: config-restore --all, and press Enter. 3. In order to reset the relevant units: reset-extensions reset-shelf reset-unit

For a certain slot, type: reset-unit <slot number>, and press Enter. For all the slots in the shelf, type: reset-shelf, and press Enter. For all the extension slots in the shelf, type: reset-extensions, and press Enter.

Software Version Management


The software version files must be transferred between the main unit and an external site by FTP. Form the main unit they can be deployed to the extension units.

Setting External FTP Client Site Parameters


To define the FTP settings, do the following at the main unit: 1. At the command prompt, type: /management/mng-service/mng-software, and press Enter. 2. Type: set server-url <ip/path> (the clients IP address and files path), and press Enter. 3. Type: set server-login <user-name> (the user name expected from client), and press Enter. 5. Type: change-server-password and press Enter; upon prompt write the password expected from client, and press Enter.

Upgrading to a more Advanced Version


1. Type: download, and press Enter. This will download the new package. 2. In order to install the downloaded file:

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For a certain slot, type: upgrade --unit <slot number>, and press Enter. For all the slots in the shelf, type: upgrade --all, and press Enter.

Downgrading to a Previous Version


1. Type: download --downgrade, and press Enter. This will download the package. 2. In order to install the downloaded file: For a certain slot, type: downgrade --unit <slot number>, and press Enter. For all the slots in the shelf, type: downgrade --all, and press Enter.

Rollback Procedure
In order to rollback to the previously installed version: For a certain slot, type: rollback --unit <slot number>, and press Enter. For all the slots in the shelf, type: rollback --all, and press Enter.

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Using CLI Scripts


CLI scripts are text files containing CLI commands which can be downloaded and run in the main unit only.

Setting External FTP Client Site Parameters


To define the FTP settings, do the following at the main unit: 1. At the command prompt, type: /platform/idc-board, and press Enter. 2. Type: set set host-ip <ip> (the clients IP address), and press Enter. 3. Type: set host-path <path> (the site to the desired file location at the client), and press Enter. 4. Type: set set user-name <user-name> (the user name expected from client), and press Enter. 5. Type: change-user-password and press Enter; upon prompt write the password expected from client, and press Enter.

Downloading CLI Scripts from FTP Client


1. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/idc-board/, and press Enter. 2. Type: set cli-script-file-name<file name> (the scripts file name), and press Enter. 3. In order to download the file from the FTP client, type: download-archive cli-script, and press Enter. 4. In order to see the upload status, type: get download-cli-script-status, and press Enter. "ready" means "no action was taken, ready to continue" A successful result will give "succeeded"

Managing and Executing Scripts


1. In order to see the contents of the currently loaded script, type: cli-script show, and press Enter. 2. In order to execute the currently loaded script, type: cli-script execute, and press Enter. 3. In order to delete the currently loaded script, type: cli-script delete, and press Enter.

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Radio Parameter Configurations


To set TX frequency: 1. Type cd /radio/rfu/ set tx-freq <frequency in KHz>, then press Enter. To set RX frequency: 1. Type cd /radio/rfu/ set rx-freq <frequency in KHz>, then press Enter. To set TX power level: 1. Type cd /radio/rfu/max-tx-level <TX level in dBm>, then press Enter. To mute/unmute the TX: 1. Type cd /radio/rfu/ set mute-tx <disable/enable>, then press Enter. To set ATPC reference level: 1. Type cd /radio/rfu/ set atpc-ref-rx-level <reference level in dBm>, then press Enter. To enable ATPC: 1. Type cd /radio/rfu/ set atpc-admin <enable/disable>, then press Enter. To set RX level PM threshold1: 1. Type cd /radio/rfu/ set pm-rx-level-threshold-1 <threshold in dBm>, then press Enter. To set RX level PM threshold2: 1. Type cd /radio/rfu/ set pm-rx-level-threshold-2 <threshold in dBm>, then press Enter.

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To set TX level PMs threshold: 1. Type cd /radio/rfu/ set pm-tx-level-threshold <threshold in dBm>, then press Enter. To enable/disale MAC header compression: 1. Type cd /radio/ set mhc-admin <enable/disable>, then press Enter. To set Link-ID: 1. Type cd /radio/framer/ set link-id <Link-ID number>, then press Enter. To set radio excessive BER threshold: 1. Type cd /radio/framer/ set radio-excessive-ber-threshold <BER: 1e-3, 1e-4, 1e-5>, then press Enter. To set radio signal degrade threshold: 1. Type cd /radio/framer/ set radio-signal-degrade-threshold <BER: 1e-6, 1e-7, 1e-8, 1e-9>, then press Enter. To set MSE PMs threshold: 1. Type cd /radio/modem/set mse-threshold <Threshold in dB>, then press Enter.

NTP
To set NTP service enable/disable: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-services/time-service/ntp, and press Enter. 2. Type set server 192.168.1.100, and press Enter. 3. Type set admin <enable/disable>, and press Enter. To set NTP offset from GMT: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd management/mng-services/time-service/, and press Enter. 2. Type set gmt-offset-hours 2, and press Enter. 3. Type set gmt-offset-minutes 0, and press Enter.

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To set Daylight Saving Time: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-services/time-service, and press Enter. 2. Type set dst-start-month Apr, and press Enter. 3. Type set dst-start-day 1, and press Enter. 4. Type set dst-end-month Nov, and press Enter. 5. Type set dst-end-day 1, and press Enter. To set Date and Time, whereby the time and date format are day-month-year,hours:mins:secs: 1. At the command prompt, type : cd /management/mng-services/time-service, and press Enter. 2. Type set time-and-date 10-3-2009,15:00:00, and press Enter.

SNMP
To set SNMP enable/disable: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-protocols/snmp, and press Enter. 2. Type set admin <enable /disable>, and press Enter. To set the SNMP version: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-protocols/snmp, and press Enter. 2. Type set version v3 (or v1 for SNMP version 1), and press Enter. SNMP Parameters for SNMP Version 3 To set the security mode to authentication, and the authentication algorithm to sha: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-protocols/snmp, and press Enter. 2. Type change-user-settings user_name_example authentication sha, and press Enter. 3. Enter the SNMPv3 Password: user_password_example, and press Enter. To set the security mode to authentication-privacy, and the Authentication algorithm to md5: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-protocols/snmp, and press Enter.

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2. Type change-user-settings user_name_example authentication-privacy md5, and press Enter. 3. Enter the SNMPv3 Password: user_password_example, and press Enter. To set the security mode to no-security, and the authentication algorithm to no authentication: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-protocols/snmp, and press Enter. 2. Type change-user-settings no-se-user no-security no-auth, and press Enter. To set the telnet protocol to enable/disable: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-protocols, and press Enter. 2. Type set telnet-admin <enable/disable>, and press Enter. To set web GUI to enable/disable: 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-protocols, and press Enter. 2. Type set web-admin <enable/disable>, and press Enter. The following steps are used to define the web protocol that will work with HTTPS It is important to note the order! Step 1: Create the NE certificate based on the NE's public key. The public key receives the public key file through upload. 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/idc-board, and press Enter. 2. Type upload-archive public-key, and press Enter. You can find your public_key file (such as 192.168.1.18_pub_key) in your host path directory. Step 2: Download the NE certificate. Note: Before you download the certificate, copy your NE certificate to your ftp host path directory. 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/idc-board, and press Enter. 2. Type set security-file-format <pem/der>, and press Enter. 3. Type set security-file-type <target-certificate>, and press Enter. 4. Type set security-file-name <MYCERT.crt> (your certificate file name), and press Enter. 5. Type download-archive security-file, and press Enter.

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Step 3: (Optional) Download the NE CA's certificate. 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /platform/idc-board, and press Enter. 2. Type set security-file-format <pem/der>, and press Enter. 3. Type set security-file-type <target-ca-certificate>, and press Enter. 4. Type set security-file-name <EssentialSSLCA_2.crt> (your CA-certificate file name), and press Enter. 5. Type download-archive security-file, and press Enter. Step 4: (Optional) Set the web-ca-certificate-admin parameter to enable. 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-protocols, and press Enter. 2. Type set web-ca-certificate-admin <enable> /<disable>, and press Enter. Step 5: Set the web-protocol parameter to https. 1. At the command prompt, type: cd /management/mng-protocols, and press Enter. 2. Type set web-protocol <https> /<http>, and press Enter. Note: Enter the URL in the WEB GUI, such as https://192.168.1.1 to use the https protocol.

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Domain Under service-oam level Creation: IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> domain add <Domain name> <Domain level [1-7]> , and press Enter. Deletion: IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> domain remove <Domain name> <Domain level [1-7]> , and press Enter. Domain & Association Under service-oam level Creation: IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> domain add <Domain name> <Domain level [1-7]> <Association name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> , and press Enter. Deletion: IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> domain remove <Domain name> <Domain level [1-7]> <Association name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> , and press Enter. Association Under service-oam level: Creation IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> association add <Association name> <Domain name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> , and press Enter. Deletion IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> association remove <Association name> <Domain name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> , and press Enter. CCM Under service-oam level On IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ccm-admin enable <Domain level [1-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> , and press Enter. Off IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ccm-admin disable <Domain level [1-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> , and press Enter.

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Local MEP Under interfaces level Creation 1. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port [x]> mep set < MEP ID [1-8191]> < Domain level [17]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> < Direction [up/down]> <CCM VLAN Pbit priority [0-7]> , and press Enter. 2. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port [x]> mep set < MEP ID [1-8191]> < Domain level [17]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> < Direction [up/down]> , and press Enter. Deletion IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port [x]> mep remove < MEP ID [1-8191]> < Domain level [17]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> < Direction [up/down]> , and press Enter. Remote MEP Under service-oam level Creation 1. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> remote-mep set <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> <Domain name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> <MAC address [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]> , and press Enter. 2. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> remote-mep set <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> <Domain name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> , and press Enter. Deletion IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> remote-mep remove <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> <Domain name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> , and press Enter. MIP Under interfaces level Creation IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[x]> mip add <Domain level [1-7]> , and press Enter. Deletion IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[x]> mip remove <Domain level [1-7]> , and press Enter. Loopback (Ping) Under service-oam level 1. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mac-address <MAC address [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> , and press Enter. 2. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mac-address <MAC address [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter.

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3. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mac-address <MAC address [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[07]> , and press Enter. 4. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mac-address <MAC address [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter. 5. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> mdname <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> , and press Enter. 6. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> mdname <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter. 7. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> mdlevel <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> , and press Enter. 8. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> mdlevel <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter. Link Trace Under service-oam level 1. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mac-address <MAC address [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> , and press Enter. 2. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mac-address <MAC address [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter. 3. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mac-address <MAC address [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[07]> , and press Enter. 4. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mac-address <MAC address [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter. 5. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> , and press Enter. 6. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter. 7. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> , and press Enter. 8. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter. Auto Link Trace Under service-oam level: Creation 1. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace add <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> , and press Enter. 2. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace add <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter.

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3. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace add <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> , and press Enter. 4. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace add <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter. Deletion 1. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace remove <Remote MEP ID [18191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter. 2. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace remove <Remote MEP ID [18191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> , and press Enter. CCM Interval Under service-oam level Modification IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ccm-interval <interval time: 1-sec, 10-sec, 1-min, 10-min> <Domain level [1-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> , and press Enter. Auto Link Trace Interval Under service-oam level Modification IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> set auto-linktrace-interval [seconds: range 603600] , and press Enter. Remote MEP Learning Time Under service-oam level Modification IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> set remote-meps-learning-time [seconds: range 60-3600] , and press Enter. Ring RSTP To enable Ring RSTP: 1. Type cd /interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ set stp-protocol ring-rstp, and press Enter. To set bridge priority: Type cd /interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ set priority <priority no: range 0-61440, steps of 4096>, and press Enter.

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To set interfaces priority: Type cd /interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ethe-port[port no.]/ set priority <interface priority no: range:0-240, steps of 16>, and press Enter. To set interfaces patch cost: Type cd /interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ethe-port[port no.]/ set path-cost <patch cost>, and press Enter. To set if interface is an edge port or ring port (non-edge port): Type cd /interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ethe-port[port no.]/ set edge-port <yes/no>, and press Enter.

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