FibeAir® IP-10G

CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide

24 February 2011
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FibeAir® IP-10G

CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide

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Table of Contents 1. General .............................................................................................................. 5
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Access Rights ................................................................................................................ 5 Getting Started ............................................................................................................... 5 Getting Help ................................................................................................................... 6 Basic Commands ........................................................................................................... 6 Finding Commands ........................................................................................................ 7 Command Example........................................................................................................ 7 Viewing the Command Tree .......................................................................................... 8

2. Command Groups .......................................................................................... 13
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Management ................................................................................................................ 13 Platform ........................................................................................................................ 13 Radio ............................................................................................................................ 14 Interfaces ..................................................................................................................... 14 Diagnostics ................................................................................................................... 14

3. CLI Commands ............................................................................................... 14
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 IP-10G Commands ...................................................................................................... 15 Management Commands ............................................................................................. 15 Platform Commands .................................................................................................... 18 Radio Commands ........................................................................................................ 21 Interfaces Commands .................................................................................................. 22 Diagnostics Commands ............................................................................................... 29

4. CLI Command Parameters ............................................................................. 30
4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Management CLI Command Parameters .................................................................... 30 Platform CLI Command Parameters ............................................................................ 35 Radio CLI Command Parameters ................................................................................ 45 Interfaces CLI Command Parameters ......................................................................... 54 Diagnostics CLI Command Parameters ....................................................................... 73

5. Basic System Configuration .......................................................................... 74
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Setting IP Addresses.................................................................................................... 74 Adding Users ................................................................................................................ 75 Navigating between Stacked Units .............................................................................. 75 Performing Resets ....................................................................................................... 75 TDM Trail Management ............................................................................................... 76 TDM Protected Trails (SNCP) ...................................................................................... 78
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............................................................................................................................................................... 93 6................ 1+0 Configuration Only ........................... 85 5..................................................... 99 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 4 of 124 ..... 84 5..............................8 5....................................16 Software Version Management .............15 Configuration Backup .19 NTP . Index of Parameters by Command Group .................................................................. 79 Ethernet Switch Application Configuration ..... 86 5...................... 82 5.......................... 80 5.........................................................................................10 VLAN Configuration .......18 Radio Parameter Configurations ......................................................................................................... 87 5.............................................17 Using CLI scripts ....................................12 Auxiliary Channels ...............................7 5...............................14 Radio Script Configuration ......................................................................... 91 5................................................. 90 5.................................................................................9 Showing TDM Trail PMs and Status .. 88 5..................................................................................................................................11 QoS Configuration ............................................................. 89 5...................... 80 Management Ports ............................................................................. 82 5........................................................FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 5...13 Automatic State Propagation...................... 91 5..................20 SNMP ...........................................21 CFM....................................................................

This user has read-write access. use the following: User: Admin Password: Admin Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 5 of 124 . User access is controlled by the system Administrator and configured via the Management command group (shown in the Command Groups section). 1. However. you can perform configuration operations for single IP-10 units. Enter. General This guide explains how to work with the FibeAir® IP-10 Command Line Interface (CLI). 2. all commands are available both in the main and extension units unless otherwise stated. 1. Open the telnet application. Using the CLI.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 1.  Technician . not modify them. 3. 4. as follows: type telnet <IP address of the unit>. and add/remove other users. as well as configure several IP-10 units with a single batch command. The user can read parameters and their values. The user can read parameters and their values. The user can only view parameters and their values. Make sure that your PC is connected to the management port on the front panel of the IP-10 unit.This user has read-write access to the OS CLI.1 Access Rights IP-10 CLI access is granted for the following user groups:  Viewer .  Admin .  Operator . In a stacked configuration. this user cannot add or remove other users. modify them. Power on your PC. The CLI is used to perform IP-10 configuration and obtain system statistical and performance information.This user has read-write access. For a first-time login.This user only has read-only access.2 Getting Started To log in to the CLI: 1. and modify them.

4 Basic Commands The following basic commands are available when you first log in. 80 columns. it is recommended to select the VT-100 terminal type and set the terminal size to 24 rows. and press Tab twice for a list of possible parameter values.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide When using the Hyper Terminal. The commands that are available are different for each location in the CLI tree and the type of user. if you belong to the Operator user group: Command ls get set help cd exit logout cli-ver cls shell write show-tree find lsp echo Explanation List entities Get parameter Set parameter Help Change directory Exit CLI Log out 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 name and information fields List entity parameters and commands Echoing free text to the console Page 6 of 124 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential . Wherever you are in the command tree. 1. you can obtain a list of available commands by typing Help or ?. you should set the terminal speed (in your PC terminal configuration) to 155200 kpbs. In addition. For example. for the set command.3 Getting Help Once you are logged in. you can type a command and then type a question mark (?) for location-specific information for the command. typing set ? and pressing Enter will display a list of optional parameters and a help line. 1. type the command you want. you can go to a main command group and its subgroups. In addition.

you would get a list of commands relating to "user". The example starts with the lsp (list parameters) command.5 Finding Commands At any point in the CLI tree. For example. In addition. For string you can type any word that you think is relevant for a command. and ends with the activation of an interface loopback test. a quick way to find a command is to type find string. as follows: 1) management/mng-services/users/add-user <name> <group> Add user 2) management/mng-services/users/delete-user Delete user <name> 3) management/mng-services/users/show-users Show users 1. ----------------------------------------------IP-10:/> cd diagnostics/loopback/radio-loopback/ IP-10:/diagnostics/loopback/radio-loopback> lsp *********** configuration ******** timeout minutes rw Loopback timeout in *********** statuses ************* counter if-loopback rfu-rf-loopback Command ro rw rw Loopback time left IF loopback activation RFU RF Loopback Enable 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. Consider disabling or physically disconnecting the Ethernet ports of the IDM and Wayside before the loopback activation. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 7 of 124 . and press Enter.6 Command Example This example shows how you can find a command within a subgroup. 1. you can use the up/down arrow keys. The may cause permanent loss of Ethernet traffic & wayside.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide To get help on a specific command. when the word “END” appears at the end of the screen. or the “q” key. add a question mark or the parameter “--help” after the command. if you type find user. and then execute the command. and press Enter.

Otherwise. 1.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Are you sure? (yes/no):yes IP-10:/diagnostics/loopback/radio-loopback> ----------------------------------------------- Bridge-related commands need to be followed by a “write” command to be saved. the commands will not be saved following a reset in the system. 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 log-srv security-log networking ip-address floating-ip-address mng-protocols snmp platform inventory daughter-board license Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 8 of 124 . 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.7 Viewing the Command Tree At any location within the command group structure.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide idc-board fpga mate-idu all-odu shelf-manager remote-idu remote-co remote-cl radio-diversity radio 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] Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 9 of 124 .

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 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] 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] Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 10 of 124 .

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 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] 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 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 11 of 124 .

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide bridge eth-port[1] eth-port[3] eth-port[6] eth-port[7] eth-port[8] enhanced-tm service-oam pdh port-group e1t1-port[1] e1t1-port[2] e1t1-port[3] e1t1-port[4] 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 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 12 of 124 .

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 2. The following tables show the trees of each main group. Command Groups The command groups that appear when you log in include the following:   Management mng-services cfg-service event-service alarm-service event-log alarm-current alarm-report pm-service users log-srv time-service mng-software security-log ntp networking mng-protocols ip-address snmp floating-ip-address     Platform Radio Interfaces Diagnostics Some groups include sub groups that enable setup operations relevant to that category.1 Management cfg-service event-service alarm-service event-log alarm-current alarm-report pm-service users log-srv time-service mng-software security-log ntp mng-services networking mng-protocols ip-address snmp floating-ip-address Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 13 of 124 . 2.

5 rmon loopback Diagnostics line-loopback Page 14 of 124 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 2.2 inventory license idc-board remote-idu Platform shelf-manager fpga remote-co remote-cl mate-idu all-odu daughter-board radio-diversity 2.3 xpic framer mrmc modem rfu Radio remote-cl tdm-radio-pm[1]-[84] rfu-co rfu-cl rfu-sw-upload rfic 2.4 wayside sync ethernet Interfaces bridge eth-port[1]-[8] service-oam enhanced-tm pdh port-group trails e1t1-port[1]-[16] sdh stm1 2.

Note that when you enter a group or sub group. CLI Commands The following tables list the commands you can use in each command group and sub group.1 IP-10G Commands Command Group IP-10G IP-10G Command echo write Description Display a line of text Privilege operator Write the current switch operator 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 rw rw IP-10G IP-10G show-tree find IP-10G lsp rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 15 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide radio-loopback 3. 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.  IP-10G Commands    Management Commands Platform Commands radio-diversity Commands Command clear-switch-counter switch-request Command Group radio-diversity radio-diversity Description clear the switch counter apply switch request Privilege operator operator    Radio Commands Interfaces Commands Diagnostics Commands 3.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 3.1 mng-services Commands Command Group mng-services mng-services cfg-service event-log event-log alarm-service alarm-service Command ping telnet set-to-default show clear alarms-set-to-default edit-alarm Description Ping utility Telnet utility Set to factory default configuration Show log Clear log Set to default all the user defined configurations Edit the Alarm severity or description Privilege operator operator operator rw operator operator operator Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 16 of 124 .2 Management Commands Management mng-services networking mng-protocols cfg-service ip-address snmp event-service event-log alarm-current floating-ip-address alarm-service alarm-report pm-service users log-srv security-log time-service ntp mng-software    mng-services Commands networking Commands mng-protocols Commands 3.2.

Download and install new admin package (without existing version installed). 'abc'.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group alarm-service alarm-current pm-service mng-software mng-software mng-software mng-software Command show-alarm show clear-entire-pm versions-idu versions-rfu verify-packages download Description Shows the Alarm information 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 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) Privilege operator rw operator operator operator operator operator mng-software upgrade operator mng-software rollback Admin mng-software downgrade Admin mng-software kernel-reinstall Admin mng-software package-download Download new package admin (without existing version installed) from remote server (without installation).0. NOTE: provide package name without version.g.g.0. NOTE: provide package name without version. e. not 'rfu-0.1 Uninstall SW package (recommended for independent package removal) Show SW packages admin mng-software package-install mng-software package-uninstall mng-software show-packages operator Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 17 of 124 .1'. e. not 'abc0. 'rfu'.

admin mng-software timer-rollback Rollback recent IDU admin application upgrade transaction (1 step back). after timer expires. Downgrade application packages to older version (downloaded to special downgrade directory). syntax:add-user <user> <privilege> <passwd aging in day amounts> [account expired YYYY-MMDD] operator mng-software timer-upgrade users add-user admin users delete-user Delete user from system's admin users account. Syntax: deleteuser <user> show-users Show information about exist users account Show information about exist users account Change user's password. Privilege operator mng-software mng-software mng-software change-server-password abort-timer timer-downgrade admin admin. after timer expires." Add user into system's users account. CAUTION: packages upgraded after IDU application undergo rollback also! NOTE: rollback doesn't revert 'downgrade' operation -use 'upgrade' command instead!" "Upgrade all installed packages or requested package(s). after timer expires.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group mng-software Command cleanup Description Clean up disk from old duplicated (kernel) packages and repackaged files. syntax: change-password (without parameters) View the security log entries admin rw users users show-users change-password security-log view-security-log admin Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 18 of 124 .or downgrade files Change remote server password Abort timed installations.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 3.3 Platform Commands platform shelfmanager inventory license idc-board remote-idu mate-idu all-odu daughterboard radiodiversity fpga remote-co remote-cl      shelf-manager Commands idc-board Commands remote-idu Commands mate-idu Commands radio-diversity Commands 3.1 shelf-manager Commands Command Group shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager Command logon-unit reset-unit reset-shelf reset-extensions shelf-versions cfg-backup-show Description Logon other unit's CLI shell Reset unit Reset shelf Reset extension units Show units SW versions information Show units configuration backup information Privilege Rw operator operator operator rw rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 19 of 124 .3 mng-protocols Commands Command Group mng-protocols mng-protocols snmp snmp Command status-show web-restart status-show change-user-settings Description Show Management Protocols status restart the web server Show SNMP status Privilege operator admin operator Change the settings of the admin SNMPv3 user (security level / username / password) 3.3.2.2.2 networking Commands Command Group floating-ip-address Command set-fip-lock-timer Description Set Floating IP lock timer Privilege operator 3.

username and user-password Get the archive file from the PC (host) onto the target. host-path. When using default user name (anonymous). Before activating this command. Before activating this command.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group shelf-manager Command config-backup Description 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 Privilege operator shelf-manager config-restore admin shelf.2 idc-board Commands Command Group idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board Command reset-idc-hw create-archive install-archive upload-archive Description Reset the IDC . make sure to set host-ip. host-path. user-name and user-password Privilege operator operator admin operator idc-board download-archive operator idc-board change-user-password Change user password for the operator ftp session.manager shelf-info-create operator 3. use PC (host) login as password Execute.cold (HW) reset Create archive file on target Install the requested archive file on target Upload the archive file to the PC (host). show or delete a CLI Operator configuration script idc-board cli-script Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 20 of 124 . make sure to set host-ip.3.

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remote-idu Commands
Command Group
remote-idu remote-idu remote-co remote-cl

Command
remote-reset-idc-hw force-unmute clear-device-error clear -device- error

Description
Reset the remote IDC - cold (HW) reset Force Remote Unmute Command clear device error counter clear device error counter

Privilege
operator operator operator operator

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mate-idu Commands
Command Group
mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu

Command
cfg-mismatch-details copy-to-mate-cmd manual-switch-cmd

Description
Show configuration mismatch details Copy to mate command Manual switch command

Privilege
operator operator operator

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radio-diversity Commands
Command Group
radio-diversity radio-diversity

Command
clear-switch-counter switch-request

Description
clear the switch counter apply switch request

Privilege
operator operator

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Radio Commands
radio

xpic

framer

mrmc tdm-radiopm[1]-[84]

modem

rfu

rfic

remote-cl

rfu-co

rfu-cl rfu-swupload

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mrmc Commands modem Commands rfu Commands
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mrmc Commands
Command Group
mrmc

Command
change-script-cmd

Description
Change modem script command (takes effect only after a system reset)

Privilege
operator

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modem Commands
Command Group
modem

Command
clear-counters

Description
Clear accumulated counters

Privilege
operator

3.4.3

rfu Commands
Command Group
rfu rfu rfu rfu-fw-upload rfu-fw-upload rfu-sw-upload rfu-co rfu-cl

Command
clear-com-device-error automatic-delaycalibration

Description
Clear RFU Com device error RFU Automatic Delay Calibration Command

Privilege
operator operator operator operator operator operator

atpc-timer-override-cancel Cancel ATPC override mode internal-fw-downloadaction internal-fw-downloadcancel internal-sw-downloadaction clear-device-error clear-device-error Set Internal FW Download action Set Internal FW Download cancel Set Internal SW Download action

clear IDU device error counter operator clear device error counter operator

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Interfaces Commands
interfaces

wayside

sync

ethernet

pdh

sdh

bridge eth-port[1][8] serviceoam

port-group e1t1port[1]-[16] enhancedtm

trails

stm1

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sync Commands ethernet Commands pdh Commands

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sync Commands
Command Group
sync sync sync sync

Command
set-sync-source view-sync-source set-clock-source set-sync-source

Description

Privilege

set-sync-source trail <slot> <if- operator type> <if-num> view-sync-source Set an interface to use Sync. clock operator operator

Add an interface to the operator synchronization sources of the sytem View the clock sources of all the interfaces in the slot. View the Sync sources rw rw

sync sync

view-clock-source view-sync-source

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ethernet Commands
Command Group
ethernet ethernet bridge bridge

Command
set-gbe-mute-override show-gbe-mute-override show-ports-status show-eth-statistics

Description
Set GbE mute override Show GbE mute override Show status of all ports Show Ethernet Statistics

Privilege
operator rw rw rw

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or modify values operator associated with a single VLAN Page 24 of 124 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group bridge bridge bridge bridge Command show-all-traffic-statistic show-forwarding-table qos-copy-prioritiesconfiguration qos-copy-rate-limitingconfiguration qos-set-vlan-tag-pbit-val Description Privilege Show ethernet statistics for all rw ports Shows the forwarding table for rw 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 operator operator bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge operator qos-show-vlan-tag-pbit-val Show VLAN tag pbits to queue rw allocation qos-set-ip-pbit-val qos-show-ip-pbit-val qos-vlan-to-queue qos-show-vlan-to-queue qos-set-scheduler-qweight qos-show-scheduler-qweight qos-policer qos-policer-class qos-show-policers qos-static-mac-priority qos-show-static-macpriorities clear-all-peer-info show-bridge-status show-running-config show-vlan-info vlan 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 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 operator rw rw rw operator rw operator operator rw operator rw operator rw Show current switch operating rw configuration Show VLAN database rw Add. remove.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group bridge Command vlan-range Description Add or remove values associated with a range of VLANs Show port status Privilege operator 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 enhanced-tm enhanced-tm show-port-status qos-set-vlan-pbits-prioremap qos-show-vlan-pbits-prioremap mep show-meps-list show-if-table-counters clear-rmon qos-detach-policer qos-show-policer-classes clear-peer-info show-allowed-vlans mip show-mips-list set-allowed-vlans rw Set VLAN Pbits priority remap operator 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 rw operator operator operator operator operator rw operator rw operator operator operator operator operator classifier-cos-to-queue-tbl Classifier Class of Service to Queue mapping classifier-hier1-qos-byknown-pdus-tbl classifier-hier1-qos-bymac-tbl classifier-hier1-qos-byudp-ports-tbl classifier-hier2-inbandmanagement-vlan-tbl classifier-hier3-reg-prioby-def-port-tbl Classifier hierarchy level 1 classification for known PDUs table Classifier hierarchy level 1 classification by MAC Adress table enhanced-tm operator enhanced-tm Classifier hierarchy level 1 operator classification by UDP source / des. ports table Classifier hierarchy level 2 classification for Inband Management VLAN operator enhanced-tm enhanced-tm Classifier hierarchy level 3 operator regular prioritization by default port Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 25 of 124 .

Bits Classifier hierarchy level 3 regular prioritization by VLAN Pbits Clear all Enhanced TM counters Queues size configuration table Scheduler configuration table Shaper configuration table Privilege operator enhanced-tm operator enhanced-tm operator enhanced-tm enhanced-tm enhanced-tm enhanced-tm enhanced-tm operator operator operator operator Presentation of classifier Class operator of Service to Queue mapping table enhanced-tm show-classifier-hier1-qos.Presentation of classifier operator by-known-pdus-tbl hierarchy level 1 classification for known PDUs table show-classifier-hier1-qos.regular prioritization by DSCP bits operator enhanced-tm enhanced-tm enhanced-tm enhanced-tm enhanced-tm operator Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 26 of 124 .regular prioritization by default port Presentation of classifier hierarchy level 3 .Presentation of classifier operator by-udp-ports-tbl hierarchy level 1 classification by UDP source des.hierarchy level 2 classification tbl for In-band Management VLAN show-classifier-hier3-regprio-by-def-port-tbl show-classifier-hier3-regprio-by-dscp-tbl Presentation of classifier hierarchy level 3 .Presentation of classifier operator by-mac-tbl hierarchy level 1 classification by MAC Address table show-classifier-hier1-qos.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group enhanced-tm Command classifier-hier3-reg-prioby-dscp-tbl classifier-hier3-reg-prioby-mpls-tbl classifier-hier3-reg-prioby-vlan-pbits-tbl clear-all-counters queues-queue-size-tbl scheduler-configurationtbl shaper-configuration-tbl show-classifier-cos-toqueue-tbl Description Classifier hierarchy level 3 regular prioritization by DSCP bits Classifier hierarchy level 3 regular prioritization by MPLS exp. ports table show-classifier-hier2Presentation of classifier operator inband-management-vlan.

regular prioritization by MPLS exp.regular prioritization by VLAN Pbits Privilege operator enhanced-tm show-classifier-hier3-regprio-by-vlan-pbits-tbl operator enhanced-tm enhanced-tm enhanced-tm enhanced-tm enhanced-tm enhanced-tm service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam show-queues-queue-size. Bits Presentation of classifier hierarchy level 3 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group enhanced-tm Command show-classifier-hier3-regprio-by-mpls-tbl Description Presentation of classifier hierarchy level 3 .Presentation of queues size tbl configuration table show-schedulerconfiguration-tbl show-shaperconfiguration-tbl show-wred-thresholds-tbl stats-print-port-counters wred-thresholds-tbl domain association remote-mep ccm-Admin ccm-interval ping linktrace auto-linktrace show-auto-linktrace-list Presentation of scheduler configuration table Presentation of Shaper configuration table Presentation of WRED thresholds configuration table Print all port counters WRED thresholds configuration table Add/Modify/Remove a maintenance domain Add/Modify/Remove a maintenance association 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 operator operator operator operator operator operator operator Operator operator operator operator rw rw Add/Remove a remote MEP to operator the automatic linktrace list Show the remote MEPs configured in the automatic linktrace list Show all local MEPs info Show all remote MEPs info rw service-oam service-oam show-configured-localmeps show-configured-remotemeps rw rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 27 of 124 .

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam service-oam Command show-domain-list show-domain-interval Description Privilege Show Maintenance domain list rw Show domain & VLAN CCM interval rw show-auto-linktrace-mep.Show last auto linktrace result rw stat us for all MAID remote MEPs show-maid-list show-local-meps-list show-remote-meps-list show-mips-list Show the MAID list Show the local MEP list Show the remote MEPs list Show domain & VLAN MIPs list rw rw rw rw 3.Show last auto linktrace result rw status for a remote MEP show-auto-linktrace-maid.5.3 pdh Commands Command Group port-group port-group 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 lag-port Command disable-all-ports enable-all-ports lag-member qos-show-vlan-pbits-prioremap show-allowed-vlans show-port-status aggregate-port clear-peer-info lag-clear-rmon lag-port-remove mep mip qos-set-vlan-pbits-prioremap set-allowed-vlans show-if-table-counters show-meps-list Description Disable all E1/DS1 ports Enable all E1/DS1 ports Add/Remove eth-port to/from aggregation group Show VLAN Pbits priority remap 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 Privilege operator operator operator rw rw rw operator operator operator operator operator operator Set VLAN Pbits priority remap operator Set allowed VLANs Show IF table counters Show MEPs list operator operator operator Page 28 of 124 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential .

<dest9-num> Delete a Trail by Source: del-trail-by-src <src-slot> <src-type> <src-num> operator trails del-trail-by-src trails trails del-trail-by-id act-trail-by-id Delete a Trail by ID: del-trailby-id <id> operator Activate(or Reserve) a Trail by operator 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> operator trails show-trail-by-src trails trails trails trails trails trails trails trails trails trails trails trails show-trail-by-id 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 Show a Trail by Trail ID show.rw trail-by-id <id Show all Trails show-all-trails Show all Trails PM show-alltrail-pms operator operator Show Trail PM's using a trail id operator show-all-trails <id> Show all Trails alarms showall-trails-alarms Delete all Trails del-all-trails operator operator Activate (or Reserve) all Trails operator Force active a protected trail <id> to by-id some path operator protected-trail-force-active Force active all protected trails operator to some path protected-trail-switchreset protected-trail-switchreset-by-id show-trails-statistics Reset the switch counter for all operator protected trails <id> Reset the switch counter for a operator by-id protected trail <id> Show the trails statistics with options [ts|trails] operator Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 29 of 124 ...FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group lag-port trails Command show-mips-list add-trail Description Show MIPs list Privilege operator Add a Trail: add-trail <id> operator <desc> <acm-prio> <activation> <protected> <srcslot> <src-type> <src-num> <dest1-slot> <dest2-type> <dest3-num> .

6.6 Diagnostics Commands diagnostics rmon loopback line-loopback radio-loopback Command Group diagnostics Command show-files-list Description Show downloadable files Privilege operator 3.1 rmon Commands Command Group rmon rmon rmon Command get-statistics clear-port clear-lag-port Description Get RMON statistics Clear RMON statistics from a specific port Clear RMON statistics of a LAG-port Privilege operator operator operator Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 30 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group trails trails Command Description Privilege admin admin show-local-trails-statistics Show the local trails statistics with options [ts|trails] dump-hw-tableconfiguration Dumpt the HW table configurations for a device <device> with options [sum|active] Dump the list of revertive timers 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-def-trails trails trails dump-revertive-timersarray dump-trails-db admin admin trails perform-local-trailconsistency-check add-def-trails admin trails operator 3.

group Parameter Group cfg-service event-log alarm-current alarm-external alarm-external alarm-external alarm-external alarm-external alarm-external Description Set to factory default configuration Event to syslog Most severe alarm External alarm group Privileges operator OPERATOR VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER cfg-service Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw external-output.text[5] external-output External input alarm Admin External input alarm severity External input alarm text External alarm state Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 31 of 124 .1 mng-services Parameters        cfg-service event-service alarm-service pm-service users time-service mng-software Parameter set-to-default event-to-syslog most-severe external-output.severity[5] external-input.Admin External alarm output Admin externalinput.Admin[5] externalinput.1.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Command Group rmon Command clear-all Description Privilege Clear RMON statistics from all operator ports 4. CLI Command Parameters      Management CLI Command Parameters Platform CLI Command Parameters Radio CLI Command Parameters Interfaces CLI Command Parameters Diagnostics CLI Command Parameters 4.1 Management CLI Command Parameters    mng-services Parameters networking Parameters mng-protocols Parameters 4.

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Parameter Group
alarm-external alarm-service

Parameter
External-input[5] alarms-user-definedfields dst-offset dst-start-month dst-start-day dst-end-month dst-end-day gmt-offset-hours gmt-offset-minutes time-and-date

Description
External input state Enable or disable the alarm user defined mechanism 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-month-year, hours:mins:secs NTP server with which the system is synchronised

Privileges
VIEWER OPERATOR Rw None

time-service time-service time-service time-service time-service time-service time-service time-service

OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR

Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw Rw rw rw

ntp

server

OPERATOR

rw

ntp ntp ntp ntp

Admin status poll-interval sync-server

NTP Administrative state OPERATOR 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 Installation time countdown (in minutes) Remote server login VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

rw ro ro ro

mng-software

server-url

OPERATOR

rw

mng-software mng-software mng-software mng-software

time-to-install server-login download-status installation-timer

RO OPERATOR

None rw ro None

Last SW download status VIEWER Installation Timer (in minutes) OPERATOR

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Parameter Group
mng-software mng-software mng-software

Parameter
install-status version-packagename common-version-idu

Description
Last SW installation status

Privileges
VIEWER ro ro ro

Common (version holder) VIEWER package name Identifies installed IDU application package set version VIEWER

mng-software

running-version-idu

Identifies IDU application VIEWER common package version at last cold restart Identifies installed RFU package version Identifies RFU package version for upgrade Identifies RFU package version for downgarde VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER

ro

mng-software mng-software mng-software mng-software mng-software users

common-version-rfu common-version-rfuupgrade common-version-rfudowngrade status-download status-install login-fail-threshold

ro ro ro ro ro rw

Last SW download status VIEWER Last SW installation status VIEWER

Threshold of consecutive ADMIN fail logins which cause to blocking the user's login. Optional values: 0-10 (0 is for disable the mechanism)

users

blocking-fail-login-time The blocking time (in ADMIN minutes) after threshold of consecutive fail logins exceed. Optional values: 1-1440 idle-login-time Define the idle login time ADMIN (in days) which after that the user's account will be deleted. Optional values 0-90 (0 is for disable the mechanism) Enable or disable the Multi-Radio mechanism Block the TX and RX of the specified radio Operator Operator

rw

users

rw

multi-radio multi-radio

admin block-radio

None None

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Parameter Group
multi-radio

Parameter
excessive-ber-admin

Description
Shutdown link if excessive ber problems occur Link shutdown upon radio fault

Privileges
Operator None

multi-radio multi-radio multi-radio

shutdown-link-onradio-fault

Admin Operator RO

None None None

signal-degrade-admin Shutdown link if signal degrade problems occur unit-role Contains the role of the current unit (master or slave)

4.1.2

networking Parameters
  ip-address floating-ip-address Parameter
number-of-ports vlan type capacity auto-negotiation duplex ethernet-rate ip-address subnet-mask default-gateway hw-address floating-ip

Parameter Group
networking networking networking networking networking networking networking ip-address ip-address ip-address ip-address floating-ip-address floating-ip-address

Description
Number of management ports In-Band management VLAN ID (1-4090)

Privileges
OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw ro rw None

How management data is OPERATOR passed Management port capacity Management port auto negotiation OPERATOR OPERATOR

Management port duplex OPERATOR Management port Ethernet rate (Mbps) Unit management IP address Unit subnet mask Default gateway HW address Floating IP OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER OPERATOR

floating-ip-garp-retries Floating IP Garp Number ADMIN of Retries

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3 mng-protocols Parameters  snmp Parameter web-inactivity-timeout web-protocol Parameter Group mng-protocols mng-protocols Description Privileges rw rw Web inactivity timeout. in OPERATOR minutes Chooses between HTTP ADMIN and HTTPS for web support WEB Certificate Authority ADMIN (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 ADMIN mng-protocols mng-protocols web-ca-certificateAdmin web-Admin rw rw mng-protocols mng-protocols telnet-Admin communicationinactivity-time out ADMIN ADMIN rw rw mng-protocols mng-protocols snmp snmp snmp web-status telnet-status version trap-Admin[4] trap-manager[4] VIEWER VIEWER ADMIN OPERATOR ro ro rw rw rw IP address of manager to OPERATOR which SNMP traps will be sent Manager port to which traps are sent (default is 162) OPERATOR snmp trap-port[4] rw snmp trap-severity-filter[4] Filter for traps sent to the OPERATOR manager according to severity Send trap on operational OPERATOR status change only How often (in minutes) a trap heartbeat is sent to the manager (0 to disable) SNMPv3 security mode OPERATOR rw snmp snmp trap-status-changefilter[4] trap-heartbeat[4] rw rw snmp v3-security-mode VIEWER ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 35 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 4.1.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group snmp snmp snmp snmp snmp snmp snmp snmp snmp snmp Parameter v3-auth-algorithm Admin read-community write-community trap-community[4] trap-clli[4] trap-name[4] v3-username status mib-version Description 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 Privileges VIEWER ADMIN OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro rw rw rw rw rw rw ro ro ro 4.2 Platform CLI Command Parameters          shelf-manager Parameters inventory Parameters license Parameters idc-board Parameters remote-idu Parameters mate-idu Parameters all-odu Parameters daughter-board Parameters radio-diversity Parameters Parameter system-services Parameter Group platform Description Number of services as provided by the system according to the rfc3418 Lan segment i System name Privileges VIEWER ro platform platform platform platform platform platform platform lan-id system-name OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw rw rw rw system-contact-person System contact person system-location system-location-bay system-location-shelf longitude System location System location bay System location shelf Unit's longitude coordinates Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 36 of 124 .

1 shelf-manager Parameters Parameter Group shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager Parameter slot-population[6] Description Slot Population Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro alive-slot-population[6] Alive Slot Population shelf-most-severealarm[6] TDM-interfaces[6] sdh-interfaces[6] archives-operationstatus archive-operatingunits Shelf most severe alarm status TDM Interfaces SDH Interfaces Shelf-wide VIEWER [configuration.2.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group platform platform platform platform platform platform Parameter latitude slot-label max-physical-ports max-physical-sdhports system-description Description Unit's latitude coordinates Slot Label Max number of physical PDS ports Max number of physical SDH ports System description Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR rw rw ro ro ro rw power-supply-1-alarm.unit-info] archives operation status Number of units still being processed by the last archive operation command Protection Admin of Extension unit Radio Interfaces Available Interfaces VIEWER shelf-manager ro shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager shelf-manager extension-unitsprotection-Admin[6] radio-interfaces[6] available-interfaces available-sdhinterfaces1 available-sdhinterfaces2 available-sdhinterfaces3 VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro Available SDH Interfaces VIEWER Available SDH Interfaces VIEWER 2 Available SDH Interfaces VIEWER 3 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 37 of 124 .power-supply-1-alarmadmin admin 4.

2.2 inventory Parameters Parameter Group inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory Parameter board-sub-type firmware hardware board-modules idc-type idc-sub-type idc-firmware Description Board sub-type Firmware Hardware Board modules The type of IDC The sub-type of the IDC IDC firmware Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro idc-hardware-features The hardware features of VIEWER the IDC modem-type modem-sub-type modem-firmware modem-system-rate modem-hardwarefeatures mux-type mux-sub-type mux-firmware mux-hardwarefeatures xc-type xc-sub-type xc-firmware xc-hardware-features chain-type chain-sub-type chain-firmware chain-hardwarefeatures The type of modem The sub-type of the modem The firmware of the modem The frequency of the clock for the PVG VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER The hardware features of VIEWER the modem The type of MUX VIEWER The sub-type of the MUX VIEWER The firmware of the MUX VIEWER The hardware features of VIEWER the MUX The type of XC The sub-type of the XC The firmware of the XC VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER The hardware features of VIEWER the XC Chain type Chain sub-type Chain firmware VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER Chain hardware features VIEWER total-num-of-interfaces Total number of interface VIEWER Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 38 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 4.

Tx index in VIEWER fdf table TX IQ Delay .Rx Master delay RX IQ Delay .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory Parameter num-of-fe-interfaces num-of-radiointerfaces num-of-10-100-1000interfaces num-of-sfp-interfaces Description Number of fast Ethernet interfaces Number of Radio interfaces Number of 10/100/1000 interfaces Number of SFP interfaces Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro num-of-tdm-interfaces Number of TDM interfaces type-of-tdm-interfaces Type of TDM interfaces hw-supported-bit-rate date-code HW supported bit rate Date of board testing VIEWER (number of seconds from 1/1/1970) Number of hass testing VIEWER inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory hass-number tx-iq-delay-index-infdf-table tx-iq-delay rx-master-iq-delayindex-in-f df-table rx-master-iq-delay rx-slave-iq-delayindex-in-fdf table rx-slave-iq-delay ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro TX IQ Delay .Rx Master VIEWER index in fdf table RX IQ delay .Rx slave delay VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER num-of-working-hours Counter of working hours VIEWER of the board license-demo-timer spare1 Spare2 Spare3 pic-version hw-feature serial-number Number of hours left for license demo mode Spare1 Spare2 Spare3 The version of the pic HW features The serial number of the board VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 39 of 124 .Rx slave index in fdf table RX IQ delay .TX Delay VIEWER RX IQ Delay .

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory inventory Parameter signature part-number license-register company-name logo main-view product-name comments hw-inventory-version production-inventoryversion Description The signature of the board Part number of the application in the board System license features Company name Company logo Company main logo Product name Text description of the board Privileges RO VIEWER VIEWER Admin Admin Admin Admin OPERATOR None ro ro rw rw rw rw rw ro ro The hw inventory version VIEWER The production inventory VIEWER version 4.2.3 license Parameters Parameter Group license license Parameter demo-Admin license-code Description Enable/disable demo mode The user license code that determines the user rights Capacity rights Current license code ACM rights Switch application rights Type of license Time left for license demo mode (in hours) Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw license license license license license license license license license license license capacity-name current-license-code acm-license switch-applicationlicense license-type demo-timer syncu-license network-resiliencylicense tdm-capacity-license tdm-capacity-value tm-license VIEWER OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro None ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro Enhanced Traffic Manager License None Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 40 of 124 .

For using default ftp path: set // for Windows or set / for Linux.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group license license Parameter per-usage-license signature Description Privileges VIEWER ro ro license signature None 4. User name for the ftp 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 ADMIN OPERATOR idc-board idc-board user-name cli-script-file-name rw rw idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board temperature voltage-input system-up-time warning-bannerdownload-status security-file-type security-file-format config-creation-status config-upload-status VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ADMIN ADMIN ro ro ro ro rw rw ro ro Status of the archive creation action Status of the archive storage action VIEWER VIEWER Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 41 of 124 .2.4 idc-board Parameters Parameter Group idc-board idc-board Parameter measurement-system host-ip Description 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 Privileges OPERATOR ADMIN rw rw idc-board file-transfer-protocol ADMIN rw idc-board idc-board idc-clli host-path OPERATOR rw rw Relative path (under the ADMIN ftp directory) on the HOST where the archive is to be stored.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board Parameter config-downloadstatus config-install-status unit-info-creationstatus Description Status of the archive download action Status of the archive download action Status of the unit-info creation action Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro unit-info-upload-status Status of the archive storage action upload-pub-key-status Status of the public key uploading download-securitystatus download-cli-scriptstatus slot-id hw-mode xc-role version kernel-modulesversion warning-banner-filename security-file-format security-file-name status-textindication[2] radio-led idu-led rfu-led protection-led remote-led 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 kernelmodules package set version The warning banner file name to be downloaded The certificate format to use for authentication The security filename to be downloaded Internal status text indication array Radio LED IDU LED RFU LED Protection LED Remote LED idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board idc-board ADMIN ADMIN ADMIN VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER rw None rw ro ro ro ro ro ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 42 of 124 .

Main FPGA running FW version Version secondary-fpgarunning-fw-version fw-version Secondary FPGA running FW Version FPGA FW Version 4.2.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group fpga fpga fpga Parameter Description Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro main-fpga-running-fw.5 remote-idu Parameters Parameter Group remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu Parameter remote-ip-address remote-floating-ipaddress remote-subnet-mask remote-defaultgateway remote-atpc-Admin Description Remote IDU IP address Remote IDU Floating IP address configuration Remote IDU subnet mask Remote IDU default gateway Remote IDU ATPC enable/disable configuration Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw rw remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu remote-atpc-ref-rxlevel remote-managementtype remote-link-id remote-force-mute-tx remote-force-max-txlevel remote-web-protocol remote-slot-id remote-rx-level remote-most-severealarm remotecommunication Remote ATPC reference OPERATOR Rx level configuration Remote Management type status Remote IDU Link ID 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 OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw rw remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu remote-idu VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 43 of 124 .

7 all-odu Parameters Parameter Group all-odu Parameter Admin Description All ODU Admin Privileges OPERATOR rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 44 of 124 .Switchover on Copper loc LOC Admin 4.6 mate-idu Parameters Parameter Group mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu mate-idu Parameter protection-Admin excessive-ber-switchadmin Description Protection Admin Excessive BER switch admin Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw rw rw ro ro ro ro protection-force-switch Protection force switch protection-lockout remote-beradjustment-time Protection lockout Remote BER adjustment OPERATOR time remote-lof-adjustment.2.Remote LOF adjustment OPERATOR time time copy-to-mate-status mate-ip-address mate-mac-address protection-mode Last copy-to-mate-cmd execution status Mate IP address Mate mac address Protection mode VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER INTERNAL masterStatus of communication-status communications with protecting IDU (second shelf) In protection 2+2 mate-communicationstatus Status of communications with protecting IDU mate-idu RO mate-idu switchover-on-copper.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group remote-idu Parameter remote-green-modeadmin Description Remote IDU GREEN_MODE enable/disable configuration Remote Management VLAN ID configuration Device errors Device errors Privileges OPERATOR rw remote-idu remote-co remote-cl remote-managementvlan device-error device-error OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER rw ro ro 4.2.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 4.2.9 radio-diversity Parameters Parameter Group radio-diversity radio-diversity Parameter force-to-radio operation-mode Description Enable force to specific radio parameters to indicate whether the diversity mechanism is in operational mode ON/OFF Configure the primary radio to be revertive Configure the radio diversity type of the system Privileges Operator RO None None radio-diversity radio-diversity primary-radio radio-diversity-type Operator Operator None None Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 45 of 124 .2.8 daughter-board Parameters Parameter Group daughter-board daughter-board daughter-board daughter-board daughter-board daughter-board daughter-board daughter-board Parameter board-type board-sub-type num-of-interfaces running-firmwareversion firmware hardware Description Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro num-of-working-hours Counter of working hours VIEWER of theDaughter board date-code 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 VIEWER daughter-board daughter-board daughter-board hass-number serial-number part-number VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro daughter-board comments VIEWER ro 4.

High priority bandwidth reserved for ethernet traffic(in Kbps) Interface alias RO radio current-availablecapacity None radio high-priority-ethernetbw interface-alias Operator None radio radio OPERATOR rw ro max-available-tdm-cap Maximal amount of VIEWER VC<EF><BF><BD>s that mi configured by the radio entity Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 46 of 124 .3 Radio CLI Command Parameters       xpic Parameters framer Parameters mrmc Parameters modem Parameters rfu Parameters rfic Parameters Parameter mhc-Admin radio-if-interface radio-if-interfaceoperational-status sync-clock-sourcechannel traffic-priority-scheme Parameter Group radio radio radio radio radio Description MAC header compression Admin Radio Admin Radio interface actual current state VC number to be used when source is VC Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER Operator rw rw ro None None The radio priority scheme Operator of Ethernet traffic against TDM traffic The current amount of available bandwidth that is not allocated to a specific traffic type.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group radio-diversity Parameter receive-radio-traffic Description Privileges None Indicate the radio number RO on which the traffic is currently received from Configure the revertive mode Configure the revertive timer (in seconds) Operator Operator radio-diversity radio-diversity radio-diversity revertive-mode revertive-timer switch-counter None None None Present the diversity RO switch counter of the unit 4.

1 xpic Parameters Parameter Group xpic xpic xpic Parameter xpic-status events-enable xrsm-cfg-retry-lengthmul-fact or Description XPIC Script has been loaded Enable logging of XPIC events Multiplication factor of time between tor XRSM retries Configuration Privileges VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR ro rw rw xpic xrsm-cfg-num-ofretries Number or XRSM attempts to re-establish XPIC communcations Configuration Delay duration between XRSM retries to reestablish XPIC communcations Configuration OPERATOR rw xpic xrsm-cfg-delaybetween-retries OPERATOR rw xpic xrsm-cfg-duration-ofretry Delay duration of XRSM OPERATOR retry to re-establish XPIC communcations Configuration Current XPIC VIEWER Configuration Status Flag Allows slave to update master of XPIC enable event VIEWER rw xpic xpic debug-current-configstatus slave-xpic-enable ro ro xpic slave-rfu-comm-status Allows slave to update master of RFU comm status event slave-mute-transmitter Allows slave to update master of RFU mute event slave-if-loopback Allows slave to update master of IF loopback event Allows master to read current status if RFU mute on disk VIEWER ro xpic VIEWER ro xpic VIEWER ro xpic user-rfu-mute VIEWER ro xpic slave-xpic-lop Allows master to request VIEWER slave XPIC LOP status ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 47 of 124 .3.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 4.

2 framer Parameters Parameter Group framer framer framer framer framer framer framer Parameter link-id radio-excessive-berthreshold radio-signal-degradethreshold radio-ber oper-status radio-pm-15mininterval[96] radio-pm-24hourinterval[30] Description 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 OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER rw rw rw ro ro ro ro 4. VIEWER Occupied BW.40).3. (3338.3 mrmc Parameters Parameter Group mrmc Parameter mrmc-script Description Privileges ro Radio scheme (Bit Rate. Channel Separation [MHz]):\n(5-7.10).7).FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group xpic xpic Parameter slave-xpi-mute xrsm-cfg-enable Description Allows master to set slave XPIC MUTE Enables the operation of XRSM when LOP is detected Configuration Privileges VIEWER OPERATOR ro rw 4.27.5-30).3. (12-14.55-56) Operation mode Current Tx profile VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc operation-mode current-tx-profile ro ro ro ro script-package-version Modem script package version rfu-chosen-grade RFU chosen grade Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 48 of 124 . Modulation and Grade).13. (25-29. (810.\n Occupied BW Vs Channel Separation are listed in pairs: (Occupied BW Range[MHz]. (50-55.75-15).

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 VIEWER Operator mrmc mrmc adaptive-tx-poweradmin adaptive-tx-powerreference-class VIEWER VIEWER ro ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 49 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc Parameter connected-rfu-grade occupied-bandwidth current-tx-qam current-tx-bitrate max-available-tdminterfaces current-rx-profile current-rx-qam current-rx-bitrate current-rx-vc current-tx-vc max-radio-vc min-rx-vc max-rx-vc Description Actual connected RFU grade Occupied bandwidth (MHz) 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 Maximal Script Capacity Min profile Rx VC Max profile Rx VC Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER RO VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro None ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro rw current-script-capacity Current-script-capacity current-acm-mode loaded-script-version loaded-scriptdescription mrmc-pm-15mininterval[96] mrmc-pm-24hourinterval[30] eth-shutdownthreshold-profile Current-acm-mode Modem script version Loaded script description VIEWER MRMC 15 minute interval VIEWER performance monitor MRMC 24 hour interval performance monitor When 'Automatic State Propagation' is not 'None'.

4 modem Parameters Parameter Group modem modem modem modem modem modem modem modem Parameter mse-threshold xpi-threshold mse xpi defected-blocks slicer-input-scaling ldpc-decoder-stress Description MSE threshold Privileges OPERATOR rw rw ro ro ro ro ro ro XPI threshold information OPERATOR MSE XPI level Defective blocks Slicer input scaling information LDPC decoder stress VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER pm-15min-interval[96] Modem 15 minute interval performance monitor pm-24hour-interval[30] Modem 24 hour interval performance monitor modem VIEWER ro 4.3.3.RFU performance OPERATOR 2 monitoring Rx level threshold 2 configuration rfu rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 50 of 124 .Tdm radio UAS PM 24 interval[30] hours monitoring 4.5 rfu Parameters Parameter Group rfu Parameter Description Privileges rw pm-rx-level-threshold.Current ACM adaptive Tx VIEWER tx-profile profile max-adaptive-acm-rx.RFU performance OPERATOR 1 monitoring Rx level threshold 1 configuration pm-rx-level-threshold.Maximum adaptive ACM VIEWER profile Rx profile min-adaptive-acm-rxprofile tdm-radio-pm-15mininterval[96] Minimum adaptive ACM Rx profile Tdm radio UAS PM 15 minutes monitoring VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER tdm-radio-pm-24hour.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group mrmc mrmc mrmc mrmc Tdm-radio-pm Tdm-radio-pm Parameter Description Privileges VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro current-acm-adaptive.Current ACM adaptive rx-profile Rx profile current-acm-adaptive.

in seconds RFU log enable/disable configuration OPERATOR RFU RF loopback enable OPERATOR command VIEWER standard-organization RFU standard organization temp-in-celsius RFU temperature. celsius VIEWER Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 51 of 124 . When counter reaches atpc-timeout. override mode starts" RFU Rx frequency configuration RFU mute transmitte RFU Unfaded Rx level configuration RFU maximum transmit level configuration RO rw None rfu atpc-timer-counter None rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rx-freq mute-tx unfaded-rsl max-tx-level log-interval log-Admin rfu-rf-loopback OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw rw rw rw ro ro RFU log interval OPERATOR configuration. ATPC override will begin" "Seconds passed since ATPC mode started.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group rfu Parameter pm-tx-level-threshold Description RFU performance monitoring Tx level Threshold configuration RFU ATPC enable/disable RFU Rx frequency configuration The state of the ATPC override mechanism ATPC override transmission signal level due to expiration of ATPC Timer Privileges OPERATOR rw rfu rfu rfu rfu atpc-Admin tx-freq atpc-override-state atpc-override-tx-level OPERATOR OPERATOR RO Operator rw rw None None rfu rfu atpc-ref-rx-level atpc-timeout RFU ATPC reference Rx OPERATOR Level "ATPC timeout[sec] Operator following the expiration of which.

fahrenheit RFU transmit level RFU receive level status RFU synthesizer Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro RFU power supply status VIEWER RFU band status RFU minimum Tx frequency status RFU maximum Tx frequency status RFU Tx Rx frequency separation VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER RFU minimum bandwidth VIEWER status RFU maximum bandwidth status RFU Pmax status VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER communication-status RFU communication to remote unit status min-rx-freq max-rx-freq internal-downloadstatus internal-downloadcounter rfu-type rf-loopback-support if-loopback-support predistortion-support lo-sense cable-tilt ifc-support 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 VIEWER status RFU predistortion support status RFU lo sense status RFU cable tilt status RFU IFC support status VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 52 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu Parameter temp-in-fahrenheit tx-level-status rx-level synthesizer-status power-supply-status Band min-tx-freq max-tx-freq tx-rx-freq-separation min-bandwidth max-bandwidth Pmax Description RFU temperature.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu Parameter pmin rfu-address rfu-installation rfu-xpic-support data-sci-errors tx-freq-local-remote Description RFU Pmin status RFU address status RFU installation status RFU XPIC support Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro rw RFU data SCI number of VIEWER errors RFU change Tx frequency local remote command 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 OPERATOR rfu rx-freq-local-remote OPERATOR rw rfu rfu rfu mse-forward serial-number software-versionnumber part-number OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER rw ro ro rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro pm-15min-interval[96] RFU 15 minute interval performance monitor pm-24hour-interval[30] RFU 24 hour interval performance monitor pm-15min-intervaldiversity[96] pm-24hour-intervaldiversity[30] pm-15min-intervalcombined[96] pm-24hour-intervalcombined[30] delay-calibration green-mode-admin green-mode-ref-rxlevel 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 Activate Green Mode RFU Green Mode Reference Rx Level Configuration rfu VIEWER ro rfu VIEWER ro rfu rfu rfu operator operator operator rw rw rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 53 of 124 .

3.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu rfu-fw-upload rfu-fw-upload rfu-sw-upload rfu-sw-upload rfu-co rfu-cl Parameter rfu-mode rsl-connector-source automatic-delaycalibration-status fpga-version-number ifc-support Description RFU mode configuration RFU RX level connector source configuration RFU automatic delay calibration status Privileges operator operator VIEWER rw rw ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro RFU running FW version VIEWER number RFU IFC support status VIEWER VIEWER rfu-d-copartner-carrier RFU-D copartner carrier rfu-temp rx-level-combined rx-level-diversity internal-fw-downloadcounter internal-fw-downloadstatus internal-downloadcounter internal-downloadstatus device-error device-error RFU Temperature Status VIEWER 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 VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER 4.6 rfic Parameters Parameter Group rfic Parameter if-loopback Description IF loopback activation Privileges OPERATOR rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 54 of 124 .

if present.4.4. monitoring is done for all relevant interfaces.1 wayside Parameters Parameter Group wayside wayside wayside wayside wayside Parameter Admin capacity auto-negotiation duplex ethernet-rate Description Enable/disable Wayside channel Wayside channel capacity Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw rw Wayside auto negotiation OPERATOR Wayside half/full duplex Wayside Ethernet port rate (Mbps) OPERATOR OPERATOR 4.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 4. Privileges OPERATOR rw 4. Upon enabling.2 sync Parameters Parameter Group sync Parameter active-sync-source Description The interface being currently used as the systems sync source Sets whether the electrical GBE interface acts as MASTER or SLAVE Enables/disables PRC regenerator pipe mode Privileges RO None sync sync-electrical-gbeeth-regeneratordirection sync-sourceregenerator-admin Operator None sync Operator None Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 55 of 124 . both on the main board and the inserted T-card.4 Interfaces CLI Command Parameters      wayside Parameters sync Parameters ethernet Parameters pdh Parameters sdh Parameters Parameter ais-line-detectionAdmin Parameter Group interfaces Description Enabling or disabling detection of AIS on the interfaces.

Revertive timer for sync timer source switch (in seconds) 4.4.3 ethernet Parameters Parameter Group ethernet ethernet bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge Parameter clock-source acm-ethernetthreshold ethernet-application qos-ip-tos-tc-pbitsoption management-type Description Outgoing carrier signal clock source ACM ethernet threshold Ethernet application IP priority options Management type Privileges OPERATOR VIEWER OPERATOR rw ro rw rw VIEWER VIEWER ro ro rw lag-ports-max-number max number of LAGports in a bridge ageing-time Learned MAC address is OPERATOR removed from the forwarding table after this amount of time from the last time this MAC appeared in an ingressing frame's Source Address Ethernet application 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 OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge bridge ethernet-application lag-load-balance max-hops msti-bridge-priority Priority provider-portethertype stp-protocol bridge-id bridge-role root-id root-path-cost None rw rw rw rw rw rw RO RO RO RO Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 56 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group sync Parameter Description Privileges Operator None sync-source-revertive.

Service configuration IP address of the remote OPERATOR 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 OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port peer-ip-address peer-slot-id peer-port-number tx-mute-upon-rx-loc Admin auto-negotiation duplex ethernet-rate qos-classify-mac-daoverride rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw eth-port eth-port eth-port qos-classify-initia qos-classify-default qos-classify-vidoverride qos-schedulingscheme flow-control qos-egress-shaper OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw eth-port eth-port eth-port OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 57 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port Parameter learning connector-type port-connection port-service-type Description Learning Admin Connector type Port Physical Usage Privileges OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw None Service type to which the OPERATOR port is associated .Used by the NMS for Eth.

VIEWER ro eth-port if-table-indiscards ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 58 of 124 . The OPERATOR value should be in steps of 64K for values less than 1 Mbps. Interface alias MAC address of the remote port Text describing the remote interface OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port oper-status peer-mac-address peer-description qos-policer-name oper-status state interface-type interface-index if-table-inoctets rw rw rw rw ro ro ro ro ro Policer name associated OPERATOR with this port Operational status Port's state Interface type Interface index The total number of octets received on the interface.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group eth-port Parameter qos-egress-shaperrate Description Privileges rw Egress shaper rate. 10M steps for values between 100 Mbps and 1000 Mbps (GbE ports only). The number of subnetwork-unicast packets delivered to a higher-layer protocol. 1M steps for values between 1 Mbps and 100 Mbps. to prevent their being deliverable to a higherlayer protocol. VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER eth-port if-table-inucastpkts VIEWER ro eth-port if-table-innucastpkts The number of nonVIEWER unicast packets delivered to a higher-layer protocol The number of inbound packets which were chosen to be discarded. even though no errors had been detected. including framing characters.

including framing characters. toprevent them from being transmitted. including those that were discarded or not sent. including those that were discarded or not sent VIEWER eth-port if-tableinunknownprotos ro eth-port if-table-outoctets ro eth-port if-table-outucastpkts VIEWER ro eth-port if-table-outnucastpkts The total number of VIEWER packets thathigher-level protocols requested betransmitted to a nonunicast address. The number of outbound VIEWER packets that could not be transmitted because oferrors. The total number of packets tha thigher-level protocols requested be transmitted to a subnetwork-unicast address. The number of outbound VIEWER packets whichwere chosen to be discarded. even though no errors had been detected.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group eth-port Parameter if-table-inerrors Description Privileges ro The number of inbound VIEWER packets that contained errors preventing them from being delivered to a higher-layer protocol The number of packets VIEWER received via the interface which were discarded because of an unknown or unsupported prot The total number of octets transmitted out of the interface. The sum of lengths of all VIEWER bad Ethernet frames received ro eth-port if-table-outdiscards ro eth-port if-table-outerrors ro eth-port bad-octets-rcv ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 59 of 124 .

Total frames received VIEWER with a length of more than 1632 octets but with a valid FCS. The number of good VIEWER 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'. Total frames received VIEWER with a length of more than 1632 octets but with an invalid FCS. VIEWER eth-port brdc-pkts-rcv ro eth-port mc-pkts-rcv ro eth-port in-pause VIEWER ro eth-port undersize-pkts Total frames received VIEWER with a length of less than 64 octets but with a valid FCS Total frames received VIEWER with a length of less than 64 octets but with an invalid FCS. The number of good frames received that have Pause destination MAC address. Total frames received with error signal from PHY VIEWER ro eth-port fragments-pkts ro eth-port oversize-pkts ro eth-port jabber-pkts ro eth-port in-rx-err ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 60 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group eth-port Parameter in-uni-casts Description Privileges ro The number of good VIEWER frames received that have Unicast destination MAC address.

including those with errors. including those with errors.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group eth-port Parameter in-fcs-err Description Privileges ro Total frames received VIEWER with a CRC error not counted in 'Fragments frames received'. 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. VIEWER ro eth-port pkts-128-255-octets 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 The number of frames VIEWER sent that have a Unicast destination MAC address The number of good frames sent that have a Broadcast destination MAC address VIEWER ro eth-port brdc-pkts-sent ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 61 of 124 . Total frames received with length of exactly 64 octets. 'Jabber frames received' or 'Rx error frames received'. VIEWER eth-port pkts-64-octets ro eth-port pkts-65-127-octets Total frames received VIEWER with length of between 65 and 127 octets inclusive.

The total number of frames that have been successfully transmitted and have also experienced more than one collision.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group eth-port Parameter mc-pkts-sent Description Privileges ro The number of good VIEWER frames sent that have a Multicast destination MAC address. 'Excessive'. or 'Late'. This counter is applicable in half-duplex only VIEWER eth-port collisions ro eth-port single-collision-frame ro eth-port multiple-collisionframe ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 62 of 124 . This counter is applicable in half-duplex only. This does not include frames counted in 'Pause frames sent' or frames counted in 'Broadcast frames sent'. The number of collision VIEWER events seen by the MAC not including those counted in 'Single'. This counter is applicable in half-duplex only. This counter is applicable in half-duplex only. The number of Flow Control frames sent VIEWER eth-port eth-port out-pause deferred ro ro The total number of VIEWER successfully transmitted frames that experienced no collisions but are delayed because the medium was busy during the first attempt. 'Multiple'. The total number of VIEWER successfully transmitted frames that experienced exactly one collision.

The rules include frames that passed the ingress port's policy but are dropped due to the egress policy of this port.1Q security checks.1Q security checks. that are not bad frames. non-filtered frames that normally would have been forwarded. but could not be due to a lack of buffer space A 16 bit counter that counts the number of good frames that were filtered due to ingress policy rules. The rules include frames that are dropped due to 802. The number of frames transmitted with an invalid FCS VIEWER eth-port out-fcs-err ro eth-port in-discards A 32 bit counter that VIEWER counts the number of good. VIEWER ro eth-port in-filtered ro eth-port out-filtered A 16 bit counter that VIEWER counts the number of good frames that were filtered due to egress policy rules.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group eth-port Parameter late-collision-detect Description Privileges ro The number of times a VIEWER collision is detected later than 512 bit-times into the transmission of a frame. Actual duplex Actual Ethernet rate MAC address VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER ro eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port actual-duplex actual-ethernet-rate mac-address good-octets-rcv ro ro ro ro The sum of lengths of all VIEWER good Ethernet frames received. This counter is applicable in half-duplex only. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 63 of 124 . including 802.

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 Throughput threshold [Mbps] Port's type Utilization threshold [%] Default VLAN ID Designated path cost VIEWER Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator VIEWER 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 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 throughput-threshold type utilization-threshold vlan designated-path-cost excess-collision-drop ro rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw RO RO The number of frames VIEWER dropped in the transmit MAC because the frame experienced 16 consecutive collisions. This counter is applicable in half-duplex only.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group eth-port Parameter good-octets-sent Description Privileges ro The sum of lengths of all VIEWER Ethernet frames sent from this MAC. Management port auto negotiation VIEWER VIEWER eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port eth-port management-autonegotiation RO RO RO RO RO management-capacity Management port capacity management-duplex managementethernet-rate management-only Management port duplex VIEWER Management port Ethernet rate (Mbps) Management only VIEWER VIEWER Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 64 of 124 .

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group 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 enhanced-tm Parameter management-portadmin management-vlan pm-15 pm-24 protection-only protection-port-admin role wayside-autonegotiation wayside-capacity wayside-duplex Description Port's admin Management VLAN id 15 Minute PM minutes monitoring 24 Hour PM hours monitoring Protection only Port's admin Port's role Privileges VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO None Wayside auto negotiation VIEWER Wayside port capacity Wayside half/full duplex VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR wayside-ethernet-rate Wayside Ethernet port rate (Mbps) wayside-only wayside-port-admin admin Wayside only Port's admin Enable/Disable Enhanced Traffic Manager Enable/Disable classification by know PDU MAC addresses Enable/Disable classification by MAC addresses enhanced-tm class-hier1-qos-byknown-pdu-tableadmin class-hier1-qos-bymac-table-admin OPERATOR None enhanced-tm OPERATOR None enhanced-tm class-hier1-qos-byEnable/Disable udp-ports-table-admin classification by UDP source/destination ports class-hier2-inbandmgmt-vlan-tableadmin class-hier3-reg-prioby-dscp-admin class-hier3-reg-prioby-mpls-admin Enable/Disable classification by in-band management VLAN Id Enable/Disable classification by DSCP bits Enable/Disable classification by MPLS experimental bits OPERATOR None enhanced-tm OPERATOR None enhanced-tm OPERATOR None enhanced-tm OPERATOR None Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 65 of 124 .

This is a global parameter for all the shapers OPERATOR enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm shaper-global-admin None enhanced-tm stats-port-counterThe number of frames of RO 1024-max-oct-frames.RO queue counters 24 hours interval Precision Time Protocol OPERATOR (PTP) optimized transport mode admin enable/disable integrated low delay variation channel Global Enable/Disable shaper.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group enhanced-tm Parameter class-hier3-reg-prioby-vlan-pbits-admin pm-queue-15mininterval pm-queue-24hrinterval ptp-optimizedtransport-admin Description Privileges None Enable/Disable OPERATOR classification by VLAN Pbits Performance monitoring .RO queue counters 15 minutes interval Performance monitoring .length 1024 to max tx Octets transmitted via the port stats-port-counterThe number of frames of RO 128-255-oct-frames-tx length 128-255 Octets transmitted via the port stats-port-counterThe number of frames of RO 256-511-oct-frames-tx length 256-511 Octets transmitted via the port stats-port-counter512-1023-oct-framestx stats-port-counter-64oct-frames-tx stats-port-counter-65127-oct-frames-tx stats-port-counterbcast-frames-tx stats-port-counterbytes-tx The number of frames of RO length 512-1023 Octets transmitted via the port The number of frames of RO length 64 Octets transmitted via the port The number of frames of RO length 65-127 Octets transmitted via the port The number of bcast frames transmitted via the port The number of bytes transmitted via the port RO None enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm RO None Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 66 of 124 .

4 pdh Parameters Parameter Group lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port lag-port Parameter Admin auto-negotiation duplex edge-port ethernet-rate evc-name flow-control interface-alias Learning msti-port-path-cost Description 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 Privileges Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 67 of 124 .Remote MEPs learning time time (for learned remote MEPs) (seconds) 4.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group enhanced-tm Parameter stats-port-countermcast-frames-tx stats-port-counterucast-frames-tx stats-queue-greenbytes-passed stats-queue-greenpackets-dropped stats-queue-yellowbytes-passed stats-queue-yellowpackets-dropped wred-global-admin auto-linktrace-interval Description The number of multicast frames transmitted via the port The number of unicast frames transmitted via the port Privileges RO None enhanced-tm RO None enhanced-tm The number of green RO bytes passed through the queue The number of green packets dropped by the queue RO None enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm The number of yellow RO bytes passed through the queue The number of yellow packets dropped by the queue Enable/Disable WRED Automatic linktrace periodic time [seconds] RO None enhanced-tm None enhanced-tm service-oam service-oam OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR None rw rw remote-meps-learning.4.

Service configuration Text describing the remote interface Operator 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 lag-port lag-port peer-description peer-ip-address peer-mac-address peer-port-number peer-slot-id priority qos-classify-default qos-classify-initial qos-classify-mac-daoverride qos-classify-vidoverride qos-schedulingscheme type vlan designated-path-cost if-table-indiscards rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw RO RO IP address of the remote Operator node MAC address of the remote port Remote port number (0 for not connected) 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 Designated path cost 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 higherlayer protocol. Used by the NMS for Eth.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group lag-port lag-port lag-port Parameter msti-port-priority path-cost port-service-type Description Privileges rw rw None Interface priority for each Operator defined MST instance Path cost Operator Service type to which the Operator port is associated. Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator Operator VIEWER VIEWER Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 68 of 124 .

The number of outbound VIEWER packets which were chosen to be discarded even though no errors had been detected to prevent their being transmitted. including framing characters. The number of nonVIEWER unicast packets delivered to a higher-layer protocol. The total number of VIEWER packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted to a nonunicast address. The number of outbound VIEWER packets that could not be transmitted because of errors. The number of subnetwork-unicast packets delivered to a higher-layer protocol. The total number of octets transmitted out of the interface. including those that were discarded or not sent. VIEWER lag-port if-table-innucastpkts RO lag-port if-table-inoctets RO lag-port if-table-inucastpkts VIEWER RO lag-port if-tableinunknownprotos The number of packets VIEWER received via the interface which were discarded because of an unknown or unsupported protocol. including framing characters. VIEWER RO lag-port if-table-outdiscards RO lag-port if-table-outerrors RO lag-port if-table-outnucastpkts RO lag-port if-table-outoctets RO Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 69 of 124 . The total number of octets received on the interface.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group lag-port Parameter if-table-inerrors Description Privileges RO The number of inbound VIEWER packets that contained errors preventing them from being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol.

including those that were discarded or not sent.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group lag-port Parameter if-table-outucastpkts Description The total number of packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted to a subnetwork-unicast address. Interface index Interface type List of LAG members which are associated with the LAG-port Privileges VIEWER RO lag-port lag-port lag-port interface-index interface-type lag-members-list VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER RO RO RO lag-port 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 e1t1-port lag-members-maxnumber 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 clock-source line-loopback Max number of members VIEWER in a LAG-port 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 VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO rw rw rw rw ro rw rw rw None rw Signal degrade threshold OPERATOR PDH LED color Line code Line coding for T1 interfaces 17-24 Line coding for T1 interfaces 25-32 Outgoing signal clock source Line loopback VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 70 of 124 .

protected-secpath-services-status Service status of secondary path in protected trail RO trails trails Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 71 of 124 .protected-pri-path.protectedpri-path-servicesstatus local-trail.protectedsec-path-servicesstatus Description Interface alias Operational status Enable/disable the port Dynamic E1/DS1 allocation priority Interface type Privileges rw VIEWER OPERATOR OPERATOR VIEWER ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro rw trails trails trails trails trails trails trails trails E1/DS1 port current BER VIEWER Status of AIS detection on the port Line PM 15 minute monitoring Line PM 24 hour monitoring DS1 cable length VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER OPERATOR Available TDM Interfaces VIEWER Available SDH Interfaces VIEWER Available RADIO Interfaces Available-sync-tdminterface Available-sync-sdhinterface Available-sync-radiointerface VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER Trail level trail trap admin Admin (enable/disable) Service status of primary RO path in protected local trail Service status of secondary path in protected local trail RO trails trails trails trails trail.Service status of primary RO services-status path in protected trail trail.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port e1t1-port trails trails trails trails trails trails trails trails Parameter interface-alias oper-status Admin e1t1-priority interface-type port-curr-ber ais-detection-status line-pm-15[96] line-pm-24[30] cable-length available-tdminterfaces available-sdhinterfaces available-radiointerfaces available-sync-tdminterfaces available-sync-sdhinterfaces available-sync-radiointerfaces trails-level-trail-trapadmin local-trail.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group trails trails trails Parameter sync-trail-radiointerfaces sync-trail-sdhinterfaces trail-revertive-switchtimeout Description Privileges trails trails None sync-trail-radio-interfaces RO sync-trail-sdh-interfaces Protected-ABR trail revertive switch timeout RO Operator 4.5 sdh Parameters Parameter Group stm1 Parameter admin Description Enable/disable receiving and transmitting traffic through the STM-1 interface STM-1 interface transmission behavior under protection mode Privileges OPERATOR rw stm1 line-tx-protectionmode clock-source OPERATOR rw stm1 The clock source used as OPERATOR a reference for the outgoing STM-1 signal.4. STM-1 mute override 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 stm1 sync-vc rw stm1 stm1 stm1 stm1 stm1 stm1 force-mute trace-identifier-stringlength excessive-berthreshold signal-degradethreshold loopback-timeout node-to-nodeconnection OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR rw rw rw rw rw rw stm1 stm1 peer-ip-address peer-port-number IP address of the remote OPERATOR STM1 element Remote STM-1 port number OPERATOR rw rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 72 of 124 . The VC channel which will be used to synchronize the STM-1 interface.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group stm1 stm1 Parameter peer-slot-id Description Slot ID of the remote STM1 port Privileges OPERATOR rw rw ais-vc-signaling-admin Enabling or disabling the OPERATOR signaling of AIS upon receiving such from line-loopback transmit-traceidentifier expected-traceidentifier peer-description oper-status interface-type max-num-of-vc clock-source-status loopback-counter ais-detection-statuson-vc[63] received-traceidentifier Type of loopback in the STM-1 interface OPERATOR stm1 stm1 rw rw String used as the OPERATOR transmitted STM-1 signal J0 trace identifier String expected to be received as the STM-1 signal J0 trace identifier OPERATOR stm1 rw stm1 stm1 stm1 stm1 stm1 stm1 stm1 stm1 Description of the remote OPERATOR 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 24 Hours PM monitoring STM-1 SFP led VC number if clock source is Sync or 0 if clock is Local VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER rw ro ro ro ro ro ro ro stm1 stm1 stm1 stm1 pm-15[96] pm-24[30] stm1-led sync-clock-source-vc VIEWER VIEWER VIEWER Operator ro ro ro None stm1 ds1-standard-klmmapping Allows choosing between Operator standard and proprietary KLM mapping rw Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 73 of 124 .

2 loopback Parameters Parameter Group line-loopback line-loopback line-loopback line-loopback line-loopback Parameter timeout line-loopback[16] counter stm1-line-loopback stm1-timeout Description 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 Privileges operator operator viewer operator operator rw rw ro rw rw line-loopback radio-loopback radio-loopback radio-loopback radio-loopback stm1-counter timeout if-loopback[16] rfu-rf-loopback counter viewer operator operator operator viewer ro rw rw rw ro Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 74 of 124 .5 Diagnostics CLI Command Parameters   rmon Parameters loopback Parameters 4.5.1 rmon Parameters Parameter Group rmon rmon rmon rmon Parameter get-statistics clear-port clear-lag-port clear-all Description Get RMON statistics Clear RMON statistics from a specific port Privileges operator operator rmon rmon rmon rmon Clear RMON statistics of operator a LAG-port Clear RMON statistics from all ports operator 4.5.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group stm1 Parameter rdi-v-signaling-admin Description Disables sending VClevel RDI in the STM1/OC-3 interface Privileges Operator 4.

1 Setting IP Addresses To define a new IP address. do the following: 1. At the command prompt. 3. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 75 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Parameter Group eow user-channel user-channel Parameter Admin admin type Description Engineering order wire admin User channel admin User channel type Privileges viewer operator operator ro rw rw 5. 1+0 Configuration Only Radio Script Configuration Configuration Backup Software Version Management Using CLI scripts Radio Parameter Configurations NTP SNMP CFM 5. and press Enter. and press Enter. Type: get ip-address. Basic System Configuration                      Setting IP Addresses Adding Users Navigating between Stacked Units Performing Resets TDM Trail Management TDM Protected Trails (SNCP) Showing TDM Trail PMs and Status Ethernet Switch Application Configuration Management Ports VLAN Configuration QoS Configuration Auxiliary Channels Automatic State Propagation. and press Enter. 4. This will give you the current IP address. Log in as follows: User: Admin or Operator Password: Admin 2. Type: set <new_ip_address>. type: cd management\networking\ipaddress\.

Log in. Log in. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 76 of 124 . 5. c. 3.4 Performing Resets In Stacked Configuration To reset a specific unit in the shelf. Type: add-user <name> <group> <password aging days> <expiration date>. 5. At the command prompt. Arguments description: Slot ID – the slot of the IDU to be reset (1–6). and press Enter. and press Enter. 3. type 1. 4. and press Enter. To reset all extension units (but not the main unit). In order to change the prompt to a different unit do the following: 1. At the command prompt. 2. 2. do the following: 1. type: cd management/mng-services/users/. The prompt will change according to the relevant slot ID. and press Enter. do the following at the main unit: 1. At the command prompt. At the command prompt. and press Enter. prompt is always given at the main unit. Type: reset-extensions <slot ID>. 3. Log in. b.3 Navigating between Stacked Units Going from the main unit to a different unit After log-in. and press Enter. the prompt for a unit located in slot 3 will show: IP-10-SLOT-3:/> Returning to Main Unit In order to go back to the main unit. type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/. Log in. and press Enter.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 5. and press Enter. Type: reset-unit <slot ID>. For example. type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/.2 Adding Users To define a new user. Type: logon-unit <slot number>. 4. do the following at the main unit: a. Log in. Type the password for the new user. type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/. 2. 2. At the command prompt. type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/.

and press Enter. and press Enter. For operational trails bandwidth is fully allocated and traffic flows Protected/unprotected: unprotected trails are mappings between two interfaces only. Log in. Type: reset-unit <slot ID>. c.5 TDM Trail Management     Defining a TDM Trail Viewing Trails Defined in the System Deleting Trails Activating/Deactivating Trails 5. type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/. 3. 3. do the following at the main unit: 1. At the command prompt. and press Enter. and press Enter. do the following: 1.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 5. type: cd /platform/idc-board/. In any IDU (standalone or shelf) To reset an IDU locally (standalone or in extension prompt in the shelf). 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 won’t be used for TDM traffic (it may be used for ethernet traffic) but traffic does not flow.5. b. 5. type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/. 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> . the first of which is the primary path and the second of which is the secondary path (see SNCP section below). At the command prompt. do the following at the main unit: a. Protected trails are mappings between an end-point interfaces and two other interfaces. Log in. 2. Interface slot: slot number of the IDU containing the interface (from 1 to 6) Page 77 of 124   Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential . Log in. and press Enter.1 Defining a TDM Trail To define a TDM trail. 2. Type: reset-shelf <slot ID>. To reset all units (including the main unit). At the command prompt.

At the command prompt. type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/. 4. 2. 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.'s'=slot-id 'i'=if-type 'n'=if-num '-'=Empty s(0. To show a specific trail by its source interface type: show-trail-by-src <interface 1 slot #> <interface 1 type> <interface 1 number>. To show a specific trail by its ID type: show-trail-by-id <trail ID>.5. 5. and press Enter. 5.180) ============================================================= === Source Dest7 Dest1 Dest8 Dest2 Dest9 Dest3 Dest4 Dest5 Dest6 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------IndexInDb = 1. 5.6) i(l=line/r=radio/s=stm1/c=chain/s=sync_ethernet) n(1. ID = t1. Prio = high Act = operational. 3. and press Enter. do the following: 1.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide   Interface type: line (E1/T1) or radio Interface number: the number of the E1/T1 interface or radio VC to be used. For E1/T1 it can be 1 to 32 (1 to 16 if no extra 16 E1 T-card is installed) For radio.2 Viewing Trails Defined in the System To see all the defined trails.3 Deleting Trails There are several ways to delete trails: Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 78 of 124 . and press Enter. Desc = d1. Log in. 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/.5.. To show all trails type: show-all-trails. TS = (0) 2/l/ 1 3/r/ 1 - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- where 2/l/1 denotes slot 2/line/interface 1..

and press Enter. type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/. 4. and press Enter. Log in. Log in. To activate/reserve all trails type: act-all-trails. type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/. and press Enter. 2. At the command prompt.  Defining a Protected TDM Trail  Forcing Trails to Active/Standby 5. 2. To delete all trails type: del-all-trails.6.5. 4. 4. For operational trails bandwidth is fully allocated and traffic flows Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 79 of 124 . 3. At the command prompt. Type: add-trail <trail ID> <trail desctiption> <ACM priority> <operational/reserved> <protected/unprotected> <end-point interface slot #> < end-point interface type> < end-point interface number> <primary path slot #> < primary path type> < primary path number> <secondary path slot #> < secondary path type> < secondary path number>. type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/.6 TDM Protected Trails (SNCP) All operations for unprotected trails are available for protected trails as well. 5. and press Enter. and press Enter. and press Enter. The additional operations for protected trails are described in this section. and press Enter.1 Defining a Protected TDM Trail To define a TDM trail. and press Enter. To activate/reserve a specific trail by its ID type: act-trail-by-id <trail ID>. 3. To delete a specific trail by its ID type: del-trail-by-id <trail ID>. 3. 2. as follows: 1. To delete a specific trail by its source interface type: del-trail-by-src <interface 1 slot #> <interface 1 type> <interface 1 number>. 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 won’t be used for TDM traffic (it may be used for ethernet traffic) but traffic does not flow. Log in.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 1. 5. and press Enter. At the command prompt. do the following at the main unit: 1.4 Activating/Deactivating Trails Trails mode can be toggled between active and reserved.

<15min/24h interval> is the interval number to be shown. 2. and press Enter. For E1/T1 it can be 1 to 32 (1 to 16 if no extra 16 E1 T-card is installed) For radio. To force all trails to one of their paths type: protected-trail-force-active <Id> <path>. 4. 3.7 Showing TDM Trail PMs and Status   Showing TDM Trail PM Measurements Showing TDM Trail Status 5. 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.“primary”. and press Enter. Log in. 4. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 80 of 124 . At the command prompt. If no interval is selected. To force a specific trail by its ID type to one of its paths type: protectedtrail-force-active-by-id <Id> <path>. <Id> .trail ID <path> . 2. type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/. the current one will be shown. and press Enter. 1 is the previous one and so on. where 0 is the current interval. To show a specific trail’s PMs by its ID type: show-trail-pms-by-id <trail ID> <15 min interval> <24h interval>.7. type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/. To show PMs of all trails type: show-all-trail-pms. 5.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide  Protected/unprotected: unprotected trails are mappings between two interfaces only. and press Enter. Protected trails are mappings between an end-point interfaces and two other interfaces. 3. and press Enter. do the following: 1.1 Showing TDM Trail PM Measurements To see the TDM trails end-to-end PM measurements (as measured from this system’s interface). Log in. At the command prompt. and press Enter. “secondary” or “none” 5.6. 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 1.2 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.

type: cd /management/networking/. you should configure management VLAN id as follows: a. STP Configuration. type: cd /management/networking/.1 Setting the Number of Management Ports 1. type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/. At the command prompt. and press Enter. Metro switch . do the following: 1.9 Management Ports    Setting the Number of Management Ports Setting the Management Type (inband. whereby only a single Ethernet interface is used for traffic and the unit operates as a point-topoint microwave Ethernet radio. At the command prompt. and press Enter.8 Ethernet Switch Application Configuration The Ethernet Switch menu includes the Switch Configuration. and press Enter. VLAN) Port Configuration 5. STP Protocol. 2. and press Enter.2 Showing TDM Trail Status To see the TDM trails end-to-end PM measurements (as measured from this system’s interface).7. type: cd /management/networking/. and press Enter. 3.   To set the Ethernet switching method. 3. and press Enter. 4. 5. do the following: 1. outband. Log in. Log in. To show PMs of all trails type: show-all-trail-alarms and press Enter. of ports> (0-3). Managed switch. type: cd /interfaces/pdh/trails/. and press Enter. or Metro switch). VLAN) 1. The system will reset (automatically). At the command prompt. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 81 of 124 . If you choose in-band. Type: set number-of-ports <no. At the command prompt.Ethernet switching is disabled.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 5. 2.9.2 Setting the Management Type (inband. At the command prompt. Type: set ethernet-application <Ethernet application type> (Single pipe. and QoS & Rate Limiting items. Managed Switch . outband. The Ethernet switching methods include:  Single Pipe . 5. Type set type < in-band or out-of-band >.Ethernet Q-in-Q provider switch is enabled. 2. and press Enter. 2.1Q switching.9.For Layer 2 802. 5.

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b. Type set vlan <no. of VLAN> (1-4090), and press Enter.

5.9.3

Port Configuration
Flow Control (Single Pipe only)

To enable or disable flow control, do the following: 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. 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, or accept VLANs, do the following: 1. The port type must be trunk.
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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.

5.10

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.

5.11

QoS Configuration
     Ingress Classifier Egress Scheduler Egress Shaper Policer QoS Tables

5.11.1 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, vlanpbits, vlan-pbits-over-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-andpbit-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, queueand-pbit-override, queue-override>, and press Enter. To set classify default, 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-default<1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th>, and press Enter.
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5.11.2 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-third-queues-strict, fourth-queue-strict >, and press Enter.

5.11.3 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.

5.11.4 Policer
To add/remove Policer, do the following: 1. At the command prompt, type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ eth-port[port no.]/, 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/ eth-port[port no.]/, and press Enter. 2. Type: qos-policer-class <add, remove> <policer class name> <policer name> <matching type: all, arp, first-queue, second-queue, thirdqueue, fourth-queue, broadcast, multicast, non-tcp-udp, tcp-control, tcp-data, udp, unicast, unknown-unicast, unknown-multicast> <rate> <CBS> <exceed action: drop>, and press Enter. 3. Type: qos-show-policers to verify the data, and press Enter.

5.11.5 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. 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/ eth-port[port no.]/, 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.
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do the following: 1. Type: qos-set-ip-pbit-val <IP_Pbit> <queue ID: 1st-queue. type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/. and press Enter.[1-8]> <priority [0-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> . 2nd-queue. To set port duplex: 1. 5. 3rd-queue. 5. To set Queue Weights table. do the following: 1. do the following: 1. type: cd interfaces/wayside/. type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/. and press Enter. and press Enter.1 Wayside Channel At the command prompt. At the command prompt. At the command prompt. Type: qos-set-vlan-tag-pbit-val <VLAN_Pbit> <queue ID: 1st-queue. Type: set admin <enable/disable>. Type: qos-set-scheduler-q-weight <queue ID: 1st-queue. and press Enter. 4th-queue > <weight:1-32>. 2. and press Enter.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 2. To set IP priority options.12 Auxiliary Channels   Wayside Channel User Channel 5. and press Enter. At the command prompt. and press Enter. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 85 of 124 . Type: set duplex <full-duplex or half-duplex>. and press Enter. 3rd-queue. Type: set qos-ip-tos-tc-pbits-option <diffserv.12. 2nd-queue.port no. To set auto negotiation on/off: 1. type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/. 3rd-queue. 2nd-queue. 4th-queue>. At the command prompt.2 User Channel 1. do the following: 1. and press Enter. and press Enter. ip-precedence>. Type: set ethernet-rate <10mbps or 100mbps>. 2. type: cd interfaces/auxiliary/user-channel/. do the following: 1. and press Enter. 4th-queue >. and press Enter. 2. Type: set auto-negotiation <on/off>. To set port admin. 2. To set port rate: 1.12. and press Enter. To set IP Pbits to Queue Table. and press Enter. type: cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/. Type: qos-static-mac-priority set/remove <MAC address> <dest. At the command prompt. To set static MAC table. and press Enter.

type set vlan <VLAN ID>.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide To set port admin: 1. and press Enter. To set Automatic state Propagation (also called GBE-mute-override) in “Single Pipe application”:  Type: set-gbe-mute-override <criteria: none. type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ethport[port no. lof-excber. and press Enter. Type: set admin <enable/disable>.]. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 86 of 124 . 5. lof-loc-remote. type set ethernet-application metro-switch.13 Automatic State Propagation. and press Enter To set Ethernet shutdown (Rx) profile threshold:  Type: set eth-shutdown-threshold-profile < profile-0 to profile-7 >.].13. At the new prompt. 5. type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/. lof.13. The system will restart automatically. To set Default VLAN on CN ports: 1. At the new prompt. 2. 3. 2. and press Enter. type: cd radio/mrmc/. type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ eth-port[port no. and press Enter. At the prompt (IP-10:/>). At the prompt (IP-10:/>). and press Enter. and press Enter. To set Automatic state Propagation (also called GBE-mute-override) in “Managed/Metro application”:  Type: set-gbe-mute-override <criteria: none. type set type customer-network (or providernetwork). lof-excber-remote >. and press Enter. and press Enter. and press Enter.1 Ethernet Shutdown (Rx) Profile Threshold (when ACM is enabled) At the command prompt. 2. and press Enter. and press Enter. and press Enter. At the prompt (IP-10:/>). To set port type: 1. type: cd interfaces/ethernet/. 5. lof-loc-excber-remote >. and press Enter. Confirm by typing yes. lofremote. lof-loc-excber.2 Metro Switch and Port Type Configuration To set Metro Switch: 1. At the new prompt. To set the port type (CN/PN): 1. lof-loc. Type: set type asynchronous-<rs232 or v-11>. 1+0 Configuration Only   Ethernet Shutdown (Rx) Profile Threshold (when ACM is enabled) Metro Switch and Port Type Configuration At the command prompt.

5.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide To set Allowed VLANs on PN ports: 1.5MHz-16QAM-Grade-1  39Mbps-26MHz-4QAM-Grade-1       39Mbps-6.5MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 Operational Mode  acm-adaptive-mode   acm-fixed-mode regular-mode (for non ACM scripts) Maximum Profile For . then press Enter. At the prompt (IP-10:/>). type set provider-port-ethertype <0x88a8. 0x9200>. At the new prompt. At the prompt (IP-10:/>).14 Radio Script Configuration To set the radio script: 1. and press Enter. and press Enter. To set provider port ether type: 1. type change-script-cmd < Script's name> < Operational mode> <Maximum profile> disable-adaptive-power. 2.]. type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/.5MHz-4QAM-Grade-1  155Mbps-26MHz-128QAM-Grade-1  181Mbps-26MHz-256QAM-Grade-1  20Mbps-6. Parameter values for the radio script include: Script Name  10Mbps-6. 0x8100. At the prompt (IP-10:/>).5MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 47Mbps-9MHz-64QAM-Grade-1 ACM_181Mbps-26MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 ACM_367Mbps-52MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 ACM_42Mbps-6. and press Enter.except. and press Enter. then press Enter. 2.all.remove> <VLAN ID>. type cd interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ethport[port no. 2. In “regular mode” only “profile-0” is available. At the new prompt.novlans. 0x9100.choose a specific profile for “ACM fixed mode” .     profile-0 profile-1 profile-2 profile-3 Page 87 of 124 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential . type set-allowed-vlans <add.5MHz-256QAM-Grade-1 ACM_87Mbps-12. At the new prompt. type cd radio/mrmc/.

Configuration files may be transferred between the extension units and the main unit. At the command prompt.4 Downloading Saved Configuration Files 1. 2.15. type: upload-archive configuration. and press Enter. 2.15 Configuration Backup The configuration backup file must be transferred between the main unit and an external site by FTP. type: config-backup -unit <slot number>. and press Enter.1 Setting External FTP Client Site Parameters To define the FTP settings. and press Enter. and press Enter. type: cd /platform/idc-board/ 2. and press Enter. 3. and press Enter.15.  Setting External FTP Client Site Parameters  Creating Backup Files of Existing Configuration  Saving Configuration Files in External Site  Downloading Saved Configuration Files  Restoring Configuration from Files 5. Type: set set user-name <user-name> (the user name expected from client). type: config-backup --all. upon prompt write the password expected from client.2 Creating Backup Files of Existing Configuration 1. 4. 5. In order to create the backup file for a all the slots in the shelf. 5. In order to upload the file to the FTP client. and press Enter. Type: change-user-password and press Enter. do the following at the main unit: 1. type: get config-upload-status.  "ready" means "no action was taken. At the command prompt. Type: set host-path <path> (the site to the desired file location at the client). type: /platform/idc-board.3 Saving Configuration Files in External Site 1. In order to create the backup file for a certain slot. At the command prompt. Type: set set host-ip <ip> (the client’s IP address).15. In order to see the upload status. ready to continue"  A successful result will give "succeeded" 5.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide     profile-4 profile-5 profile-6 profile-7 5. At the command prompt. type: cd /platform/idc-board/ Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 88 of 124 . and press Enter. 3. type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/ 2.15. 5. and press Enter.

and press Enter. type: reset-unit <slot number>. For all the slots in the shelf. 5. In order to download the file from the FTP client.5 Restoring Configuration from Files 1. and press Enter.15. 4 Type: change-server-password and press Enter. type: get config-download-status. and press Enter.   "ready" means "no action was taken. type: download-archive configuration. At the command prompt. 2. type: config-restore --all. This will download the new package. and press Enter. 3. and press Enter. 3. and press Enter. In order to reset the relevant units: reset-extensions reset-shelf resetunit  For a certain slot. In order to create the backup file:   For a certain slot. type: reset-extensions.  For all the slots in the shelf. and press Enter. Type: set server-login <user-name> (the user name expected from client).  Setting External FTP Client Site Parameters  Upgrading to a more Advanced Version  Downgrading to a Previous Version  Rollback Procedure 5. In order to install the downloaded file: Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 89 of 124 . upon prompt write the password expected from client.16. and press Enter. 5.  For all the extension slots in the shelf. ready to continue" A successful result will give "succeeded" 5. type: reset-shelf. 3.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 2.16 Software Version Management The software version files must be transferred between the main unit and an external site by FTP. Type: download. type: /management/mng-service/mngsoftware. do the following at the main unit: 1. and press Enter. Type: set server-url <ip/path> (the client’s IP address and files path).16. and press Enter. 2.2 Upgrading to a more Advanced Version 1. At the command prompt. and press Enter. type: cd /platform/shelf-manager/ 2. and press Enter. Form the main unit they can be deployed to the extension units. In order to see the upload status. type: config-restore --unit <slot number>.1 Setting External FTP Client Site Parameters To define the FTP settings.

and press Enter. and press Enter. and press Enter.16.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide   For a certain slot. type: downgrade --unit <slot number>. and press Enter.4 Rollback Procedure To roll back to the previously installed version:  For a certain slot. and press Enter. At the command prompt. To install the downloaded file:  For a specified slot. Type: set cli-script-file-name<file name> (the script’s file name). and press Enter.17.17. In order to download the file from the FTP client. 3. type: cd /platform/idc-board/.  For all the slots in the shelf. and press Enter. At the command prompt. For all the slots in the shelf. do the following at the main unit: 1.2 Downloading CLI Scripts from FTP Client 1. type: upgrade --all. Type: download --downgrade. 5. upon prompt write the password expected from client. type: download-archive cli-script. and press Enter. and press Enter.1 Setting External FTP Client Site Parameters To define the FTP settings. type: rollback --all. 5.17 Using CLI scripts CLI scripts are text files containing CLI commands which can be downloaded and run in the main unit only. 2. and press Enter. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 90 of 124 . and press Enter.  For all the slots in the shelf. Type: set set host-ip <ip> (the client’s IP address). 2. 4. 5. type: downgrade --all. Type: set host-path <path> (the site to the desired file location at the client). 3. type: upgrade --unit <slot number>. 5. and press Enter. Type: set set user-name <user-name> (the user name expected from client).  Setting External FTP Client Site Parameters  Downloading CLI Scripts from FTP Client  Managing and Executing Scripts 5.3 Downgrading to a Previous Version 1. and press Enter. and press Enter. Type: change-user-password and press Enter.16. This will download the package. and press Enter. type: /platform/idc-board. type: rollback --unit <slot number>. 2. 5.

To mute/unmute the TX:  Type cd /radio/rfu/ set mute-tx <disable/enable>. then press Enter. In order to see the contents of the currently loaded script. and press Enter.17.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 4. To set “TX level” PM’s threshold:  Type cd /radio/rfu/ set pm-tx-level-threshold <threshold in dBm>. and press Enter. then press Enter. ready to continue"  A successful result will give "succeeded" 5. type: cli-script show.  "ready" means "no action was taken. To set “RX level” PM threshold2:  Type cd /radio/rfu/ set pm-rx-level-threshold-2 <threshold in dBm>. To enable ATPC:  Type cd /radio/rfu/ set atpc-admin <enable/disable>. In order to see the upload status. then press Enter. 3. then press Enter. then press Enter. then press Enter. To set ATPC reference level:  Type cd /radio/rfu/ set atpc-ref-rx-level <reference level in dBm>.3 Managing and Executing Scripts 1. To set TX power level:  Type cd /radio/rfu/max-tx-level <TX level in dBm>. type: get download-cli-script-status. then press Enter. then press Enter. To enable/disable MAC header compression:  Type cd /radio/ set mhc-admin <enable/disable>. and press Enter. 5. In order to delete the currently loaded script. then press Enter. 2. To set RX level PM threshold1:  Type cd /radio/rfu/ set pm-rx-level-threshold-1 <threshold in dBm>.18 Radio Parameter Configurations To set TX frequency:  Type cd /radio/rfu/ set tx-freq <frequency in KHz>. In order to execute the currently loaded script. To set Link-ID: Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 91 of 124 . type: cli-script delete. and press Enter. then press Enter. To set RX frequency:  Type cd /radio/rfu/ set rx-freq <frequency in KHz>. type: cli-script execute.

1. and press Enter. and press Enter. Type set server 192. and press Enter. and press Enter. 3. To set “MSE” PM’s threshold:  Type cd /radio/modem/set mse-threshold <Threshold in dB>. At the command prompt. and press Enter. To set NTP offset from GMT: 1. 2. Type set admin <enable /disable>. type: cd /management/mng-services/ time-service. 1e-7.100. Type set gmt-offset-hours 2. 5. and press Enter. then press Enter. 2. and press Enter. type: cd /management/mng-protocols/snmp.168. and press Enter. and press Enter. At the command prompt. and press Enter. 3. At the command prompt. and press Enter.15:00:00. then press Enter. To set radio signal degrade threshold:  Type cd /radio/framer/ set radio-signal-degrade-threshold <BER: 1e6. Type set dst-end-month Nov. 1e-9>. type: cd management/mng-services/ time-service/. 1e-4. 1e-5>. Type set dst-start-day 1. then press Enter. then press Enter.20 SNMP   SNMP Parameters for SNMP Version 3 Defining the Web Protocol that will work with HTTPS To set SNMP enable/disable: 1. 5.19 NTP To set NTP service enable/disable: 1. and press Enter. 5. Type set gmt-offset-minutes 0. To set Daylight Saving Time: 1. To set Date and Time. 3. Type set dst-end-day 1. At the command prompt. and press Enter. and press Enter. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 92 of 124 . Type set dst-start-month Apr. At the command prompt. and press Enter. 2.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide  Type cd /radio/framer/ set link-id <Link-ID number>. type: cd /management/mng-services/ time-service. 1e-8. type: cd /management/mng-services/ time-service/ntp. Type set admin <enable/disable>. 2.hours:mins:secs: 1. To set radio excessive BER threshold:  Type cd /radio/framer/ set radio-excessive-ber-threshold <BER: 1e3. Type set time-and-date 10-3-2009. 2. whereby the time and date format are day-monthyear. 4.

2. and press Enter. You can find your public_key file (such as 192. Type set web-admin <enable/disable>. and press Enter. type: cd /management/mng-protocols. type: cd /management/mng-protocols. and press Enter. and press Enter. and press Enter. The public key receives the public key file through upload. type: cd /management/mng-protocols/snmp. type: cd /management/mng-protocols/snmp. and the Authentication algorithm to md5: 1.18_pub_key) in your host path directory. and press Enter. and press Enter.1. and press Enter.2 Defining 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.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide To set the SNMP version: 1. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 93 of 124 . and press Enter. and press Enter. 2. To set the telnet protocol to enable/disable: 1. Type change-user-settings no-se-user no-security no-auth. Type upload-archive public-key.1 SNMP Parameters for SNMP Version 3 To set the security mode to authentication. 3. and press Enter. type: cd /management/mng-protocols/snmp. 2. At the command prompt. At the command prompt. 3. Enter the SNMPv3 Password: user_password_example. and press Enter. At the command prompt. 2. At the command prompt.168. and press Enter. 2. and press Enter. Type change-user-settings user_name_example authentication sha. Type set telnet-admin <enable/disable>. Enter the SNMPv3 Password: user_password_example. Type change-user-settings user_name_example authenticationprivacy md5. and press Enter. At the command prompt. 2. At the command prompt. and press Enter. 2.20. 5. Type set version v3 (or “v1” for SNMP version 1). To set the security mode to no-security. To set web GUI to enable/disable: 1. 5. and the authentication algorithm to sha: 1. type: cd /management/mng-protocols/snmp. At the command prompt. and the authentication algorithm to no authentication: 1.20. To set the security mode to authentication-privacy. 1. type: cd /platform/idc-board.

and press Enter. Type set security-file-name <MYCERT. and press Enter. At the command prompt. and press Enter. and press Enter. Step 4: (Optional) Set the web-ca-certificate-admin parameter to enable. Type set security-file-name <EssentialSSLCA_2. type: cd /platform/idc-board. Type set web-protocol <https> /<http>. Type download-archive security-file. At the command prompt.crt> (your CAcertificate file name). Step 5: Set the web-protocol parameter to https. Step 3: 1. (Optional) Download the NE CA's certificate. and press Enter. Type set security-file-type <target-certificate>. and press Enter. At the command prompt. Type set web-ca-certificate-admin <enable> /<disable>. 5. Type set security-file-type <target-ca-certificate>. 1.168. copy your NE certificate to your ftp host path directory. 2. 2. 2. 4. Enter the URL in the WEB GUI.21 CFM             Domain Domain & Association Association CCM Local MEP Remote MEP MIP Loopback (Ping) Link Trace Auto Link Trace CCM Interval Auto Link Trace Interval Page 94 of 124 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential . and press Enter. type: cd /management/mng-protocols. and press Enter.1. Type download-archive security-file. 1. 2. and press Enter. and press Enter. 3. and press Enter. Type set security-file-format <pem/der>. type: cd /platform/idc-board. 1. type: cd /management/mng-protocols.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide Step 2: Download the NE certificate. and press Enter. Before you download the certificate. and press Enter. 4.1 to use the https protocol. such as https://192. At the command prompt.crt> (your certificate file name). 5. 3. and press Enter. 5. Type set security-file-format <pem/der>.

21. and press Enter.21. Deletion IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> association remove <Association name> <Domain name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> . and press Enter. and press Enter. 5. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 95 of 124 .21. and press Enter. and press Enter. Deletion: IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> domain remove <Domain name> <Domain level [1-7]> . Deletion: IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> domain remove <Domain name> <Domain level [1-7]> <Association name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> . 5. and press Enter.3 Association Under service-oam level: Creation IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> association add <Association name> <Domain name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> .21. and press Enter.2 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]> .1 Domain Under service-oam level Creation: IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> domain add <Domain name> <Domain level [1-7]> .4 CCM Under service-oam level On IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ccm-admin enable <Domain level [1-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide   Remote MEP Learning Time Ring RSTP 5. 5. Off IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ccm-admin disable <Domain level [1-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> . and press Enter.

and press Enter. and press Enter. and press Enter.6 Remote MEP Under service-oam level Creation 1.7 MIP Under interfaces level Creation IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[x]> mip add <Domain level [17]> . 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]> . 2. and press Enter. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port [x]> mep set < MEP ID [18191]> < Domain level [1-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> < Direction [up/down]> . Deletion IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port[x]> mip remove <Domain level [1-7]> . Deletion IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port [x]> mep remove < MEP ID [18191]> < Domain level [1-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> < Direction [up/down]> .21. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 96 of 124 .21. 5.5 Local MEP Under interfaces level Creation 1. 5. and press Enter.8 Loopback (Ping) Under service-oam level 1. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/eth-port [x]> mep set < MEP ID [18191]> < Domain level [1-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> < Direction [up/down]> <CCM VLAN Pbit priority [0-7]> . IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> remote-mep set <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> <Domain name> <VLAN ID [1-4090]>.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 5. and press Enter.21. and press Enter. 2. and press Enter. 5. 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]> . 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]> .21.

8. and press Enter. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> . 5. 7. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[14090]> . 4. 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]> . 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. and press Enter. and press Enter. 4. and press Enter. 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]> . IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[14090]> . 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[0-7]> . IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping 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. 5. 6. 3. and press Enter. and press Enter. 7. and press Enter. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> . 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. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[14090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> . 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[0-7]> . IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ping mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[1-4090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> . 2. 3. and press Enter. and press Enter. 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]> .21.9 Link Trace Under service-oam level 1. 6. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> linktrace mep-id <Remote MEP ID[1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[14090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> . and press Enter. and press Enter. 5. and press Enter. 8. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 97 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 2.

IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace add <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[14090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> . 2.10 Auto Link Trace Under service-oam level: Creation 1. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace remove <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[14090]> . 4.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 5. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace add <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[14090]> <VLAN Pbit priority[0-7]> . and press Enter. 10-min> <Domain level [1-7]> <VLAN ID [1-4090]> . 10-sec.11 CCM Interval Under service-oam level Modification IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> ccm-interval <interval time: 1-sec. and press Enter. 5. and press Enter. 5. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace add <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[14090]> .13 Remote MEP Learning Time Under service-oam level Modification IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> set remote-meps-learningtime [seconds: range 60-3600] . and press Enter.21.21. and press Enter. 3. and press Enter. IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace add <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> md-level <Domain level[1-7]> <VLAN ID[14090]> .12 Auto Link Trace Interval Under service-oam level Modification IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> set auto-linktrace-interval [seconds: range 60-3600] . Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 98 of 124 . IP-10:/interfaces/ethernet/bridge/service-oam> auto-linktrace remove <Remote MEP ID [1-8191]> md-name <Domain name> <VLAN ID[14090]> . and press Enter. and press Enter. 1-min. and press Enter. Deletion 1. 2.21. 5.21.

and press Enter. and press Enter. and press Enter.]/ set priority <interface priority no: range:0-240. To set interface’s patch cost: Type cd /interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ethe-port[port no. and press Enter.14 Ring RSTP To enable Ring RSTP: Type cd /interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ set stp-protocol ring-rstp.]/ set edge-port <yes/no>. To set bridge priority: Type cd /interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ set priority <priority no: range 061440.21.]/ set path-cost <patch cost>. To set interface’s priority: Type cd /interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ethe-port[port no. steps of 16>. To set if interface is an “edge” port or “ring” port (“non-edge” port): Type cd /interfaces/ethernet/bridge/ethe-port[port no. and press Enter. steps of 4096>. Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 99 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 5.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide 6. 30. 57. 74 75 75 31. 31. 74 30 30. 30. 74 74 14. 67. 74 14 15 74 14. admin Admin Index of Parameters by Command Group 14. 55 56 55 29 63 63 30 29 65. 71 56 28 71 73 Page 100 of 124 diagnostics clear-all clear-lag-port clear-port counter get-statistics if-loopback line-loopback loopback radio-loopback rfu-rf-loopback rmon show-files-list stm1-counter stm1-line-loopback stm1-timeout timeout type interfaces acm-ethernet-threshold active-sync-source act-trail-by-id actual-duplex actual-ethernet-rate add-def-trails add-trail admin Admin ageing-time aggregate-port ais-detection-status ais-detection-status-on-vc Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential . 74 74 30. 72 55. 28. 31. 74 30 74 74 74 74 75 14.

23.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide ais-line-detection-Admin ais-vc-signaling-admin association auto-linktrace auto-linktrace-interval auto-negotiation available-radio-interfaces available-sdh-interfaces available-sync-radio-interfaces available-sync-sdh-interfaces available-sync-tdm-interfaces available-tdm-interfaces bad-octets-rcv brdc-pkts-rcv brdc-pkts-sent bridge bridge-id bridge-role cable-length capacity capacity-threshold ccm-Admin ccm-interval class-hier1-qos-by-known-pdu-table-admin class-hier1-qos-by-mac-table-admin class-hier1-qos-by-udp-ports-table-admin class-hier2-inband-mgmt-vlan-table-admin class-hier3-reg-prio-by-dscp-admin class-hier3-reg-prio-by-mpls-admin class-hier3-reg-prio-by-vlan-pbits-admin classifier-cos-to-queue-tbl classifier-hier1-qos-by-known-pdus-tbl classifier-hier1-qos-by-mac-tbl classifier-hier1-qos-by-udp-ports-tbl classifier-hier2-inband-management-vlan-tbl classifier-hier3-reg-prio-by-def-port-tbl Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 55 73 27 27 67 55. 56 56 56 71 55 64 27 27 65 65 65 65 65 65 66 25 25 25 25 25 25 Page 101 of 124 . 57. 67 71 71 71 71 71 71 59 60 61 14.

70. 67 28 14. 64. 67 14. 56 56 55. 67 14. 72 73 62 57. 23. 64. 63. 61. 70.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide classifier-hier3-reg-prio-by-dscp-tbl classifier-hier3-reg-prio-by-mpls-tbl classifier-hier3-reg-prio-by-vlan-pbits-tbl clear-all-counters clear-all-peer-info clear-peer-info clear-rmon clock-source clock-source-status collisions connector-type deferred del-trail-by-id del-trail-by-src designated-path-cost disable-all-ports domain ds1-standard-klm-mapping dump-hw-table-configuration dump-revertive-timers-array dump-trails-db duplex e1t1-port e1t1-priority edge-port enable-all-ports enhanced-tm ethernet ethernet-application ethernet-rate eth-port evc-name exber-threshold excess-collision-drop excessive-ber-threshold expected-trace-identifier Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 26 26 26 26 24 25. 71 71 64. 65 64. 64 56. 64. 64 25. 27. 66. 67 14. 68 28 27 73 30 30 30 55. 57. 25. 58. 67 70 64 72 73 Page 102 of 124 . 64 62 29 29 64. 25. 65. 57. 26. 60. 59. 28. 57. 62.

68 59. 69 59. 70. 68. 70. 74 56 63 57 67 Page 103 of 124 . 29. 67. 69 59. 69 59. 67 72 60 64 63 64 58.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide flow-control force-mute fragments-pkts functionality-led good-octets-rcv good-octets-sent if-table-indiscards if-table-inerrors if-table-innucastpkts if-table-inoctets if-table-inucastpkts if-table-inunknownprotos if-table-outdiscards if-table-outerrors if-table-outnucastpkts if-table-outoctets if-table-outucastpkts in-discards in-fcs-err in-filtered in-pause in-rx-err interface-alias interface-index interface-type in-uni-casts jabber-pkts lag-load-balance lag-member lag-members-list lag-members-max-number lag-port lag-ports-max-number late-collision-detect learning Learning Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 57. 69. 70 58. 69 58. 71 58. 69 59. 71. 73 60 60 56 28 70 70 28. 69 59. 69 58. 64. 69 58. 69 59. 70 63 61 63 60 60 67.

70 65 56 65 56 73 60 62 25. 71.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide line-code line-code-17-24 line-code-1-8 line-code-25-32 line-code-9-16 line-loopback line-pm-15 line-pm-24 line-tx-protection-mode linktrace local-trail. 28 56 67 68 62 72 58. 70.protected-sec-path-services-status loopback-counter loopback-timeout mac-address management-auto-negotiation management-capacity management-duplex management-ethernet-rate management-only management-port-admin management-type management-vlan max-hops max-num-of-vc mc-pkts-rcv mc-pkts-sent mep mip msti-bridge-priority msti-port-path-cost msti-port-priority multiple-collision-frame node-to-node-connection oper-status out-fcs-err Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 70 70 70 70 70 70. 73 71 71 72 27 71 71 73 72 63.protected-pri-path-services-status local-trail. 73 63 Page 104 of 124 . 28 25. 70 64 64 64 64 64.

28. 68. 73 57. 72 57. 68. 72 58. 28. 73 66 66 57 71 14. 70 57. 79. 80 70 58. 70 65 Page 105 of 124 . 68. 55. 68. 68 56 29 29 29 29 65. 77.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide out-filtered out-pause out-uni-casts oversize-pkts path-cost pdh pdh-led[2] peer-description peer-ip-address peer-mac-address peer-port-number peer-slot-id perform-local-trail-consistency-check ping pkts-1024-max-octets pkts-128-255-octets pkts-256-511-octets pkts-512-1023-octets pkts-64-octets pkts-65-127-octets pm-15 pm-24 pm-queue-15min-interval pm-queue-24hr-interval port-connection port-curr-ber port-group port-service-type priority Priority protected-trail-force-active protected-trail-force-active-by-id protected-trail-switch-reset protected-trail-switch-reset-by-id protection-only protection-port-admin Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 63 62 61 60 68 14. 68 57. 73 65. 68 64. 23. 78. 73 30 27 61 61 61 61 61 61 65. 67.

28 24 24 24 24 26 74 73 27 67 Page 106 of 124 . 68 57.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide provider-port-ethertype ptp-optimized-transport-admin qos-classify-default qos-classify-initia qos-classify-initial qos-classify-mac-da-override qos-classify-vid-override qos-copy-priorities-configuration qos-copy-rate-limiting-configuration qos-detach-policer qos-egress-shaper qos-egress-shaper-rate qos-ip-tos-tc-pbits-option qos-policer qos-policer-class qos-policer-name qos-scheduling-scheme qos-set-ip-pbit-val qos-set-scheduler-q-weight qos-set-vlan-pbits-prio-remap qos-set-vlan-tag-pbit-val qos-show-ip-pbit-val qos-show-policer-classes qos-show-policers qos-show-scheduler-q-weight qos-show-static-mac-priorities qos-show-vlan-pbits-prio-remap qos-show-vlan-tag-pbit-val qos-show-vlan-to-queue qos-static-mac-priority qos-vlan-to-queue queues-queue-size-tbl rdi-v-signaling-admin received-trace-identifier remote-mep remote-meps-learning-time Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 56 66 57. 68 24 24 25 57 58 56 24 24 58 57. 68 24 24 25. 68 57 68 57. 28 24 24 25 24 24 24 25.

67. 72 70 14. 27. 55. 28 24 29 27 28 28 24 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 27 27 27 27 28 28 23 24 23 Page 107 of 124 . 96. 95. 28.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide role root-id root-path-cost scheduler-configuration-tbl sdh sd-threshold service-oam set-allowed-vlans set-clock-source set-gbe-mute-override set-sync-source shaper-configuration-tbl shaper-global-admin show-allowed-vlans show-all-traffic-statistic show-all-trail-pms show-auto-linktrace-list show-auto-linktrace-maid-stat us show-auto-linktrace-mep-status show-bridge-status show-classifier-cos-to-queue-tbl show-classifier-hier1-qos-by-known-pdus-tbl show-classifier-hier1-qos-by-mac-tbl show-classifier-hier1-qos-by-udp-ports-tbl show-classifier-hier2-inband-management-vlan-tbl show-classifier-hier3-reg-prio-by-def-port-tbl show-classifier-hier3-reg-prio-by-dscp-tbl show-classifier-hier3-reg-prio-by-mpls-tbl show-classifier-hier3-reg-prio-by-vlan-pbits-tb show-configured-local-meps show-configured-remote-meps show-domain-interval show-domain-list show-eth-statistics show-forwarding-table show-gbe-mute-override Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 65. 97. 70 56 56 26 14. 98 25. 28 23 23 23 26 66 25.

28 28 30 28 25. 29 23 25. 28 27 28 24 27 27 29 29 29 29 24 27 72 62 58.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide show-if-table-counters show-local-meps-list show-local-trails-statistics show-maid-list show-meps-list show-mips-list show-ports-status show-port-status show-queues-queue-size-tbl show-remote-meps-list show-running-config show-scheduler-configuration-tbl show-shaper-configuration-tbl show-trail-by-id show-trail-by-src show-trail-pms-by-id show-trails-statistics show-vlan-info show-wred-thresholds-tbl signal-degrade-threshold single-collision-frame state stats-port-counter-1024-max-oct-frames-tx stats-port-counter-128-255-oct-frames-tx stats-port-counter-256-511-oct-frames-tx stats-port-counter-512-1023-oct-frames-tx stats-port-counter-64-oct-frames-tx stats-port-counter-65-127-oct-frames-tx stats-port-counter-bcast-frames-tx stats-port-counter-bytes-tx stats-port-counter-mcast-frames-tx stats-port-counter-ucast-frames-tx stats-print-port-counters stats-queue-green-bytes-passed stats-queue-green-packets-dropped stats-queue-yellow-bytes-passed Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 25. 70 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 67 67 27 67 67 67 Page 108 of 124 . 28 25. 28.

72. 71. 80 71 73 57 64. 55. 79. 68 25 14. 30. 77. 73. 56 73 55 55 56 72 72 72 64 72 71 71 72 14. 72. 55 65 65 65 65 65. 78.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide stats-queue-yellow-packets-dropped stm1 stm1-led stp-protocol sync sync-clock-source-vc sync-electrical-gbe-eth-regenerator-direction sync-source-regenerator-admin sync-source-revertive-timer sync-trail-radio-interfaces sync-trail-sdh-interfaces sync-vc throughput-threshold trace-identifier-string-length trail. 23. 68 60 64 23 23 24.protected-pri-path-services-status trail. 70 65 67 Page 109 of 124 . 64. 74 73 56 14. 29.protected-sec-path-services-status trail-revertive-switch-timeout trails trails-level-trail-trap-admin transmit-trace-identifier tx-mute-upon-rx-loc type undersize-pkts utilization-threshold view-clock-source view-sync-source vlan vlan-range wayside wayside-auto-negotiation wayside-capacity wayside-duplex wayside-ethernet-rate wayside-only wayside-port-admin wred-global-admin Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 67 14.

36 13. 16 18 18 33 32. 31. 15. 31 31 13 13. 17.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide wred-thresholds-tbl IP-10G echo find lsp show-tree write management abort-timer add-user admin Admin alarm-current alarm-external alarm-report alarm-service alarms-set-to-default alarms-user-defined-fields auto-negotiation blocking-fail-login-time block-radio capacity cfg-service change-password change-server-password change-user-settings cleanup clear clear-entire-pm common-version-idu common-version-rfu common-version-rfu-downgrade common-version-rfu-upgrade communication-inactivity-time out default-gateway delete-user Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 27 15 15 15 15 15 15 13. 16. 16. 32 16 32 34 33 33 34 13. 17. 31 18 18 19 18 16 17 33 33 33 33 35 34 18 Page 110 of 124 .

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide downgrade download download-status dst-end-day dst-end-month dst-offset dst-start-day dst-start-month duplex edit-alarm ethernet-rate event-log event-service event-to-syslog excessive-ber-admin External-input external-input.Admin external-output.Admin external-input. 19. 34 34 32 32 34 33 32 33 13. 34 17 33 13 36 Page 111 of 124 . 16.group floating-ip floating-ip-address floating-ip-garp-retries gmt-offset-hours gmt-offset-minutes hw-address idle-login-time installation-timer install-status ip-address kernel-reinstall login-fail-threshold log-srv mib-version Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 17 17 32 32 32 32 32 32 34 16 34 13.text external-output external-output. 31 13 31 34 32 31 31 31 31 31 31 34 13.severity external-input.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide mng-protocols mng-services mng-software most-severe multi-radio networking ntp number-of-ports package-download package-install package-uninstall ping pm-service poll-interval read-community rollback running-version-idu security-log server server-login server-url set-fip-lock-timer set-to-default show show-alarm show-packages show-users shutdown-link-on-radio-fault signal-degrade-admin snmp status status-download status-install status-show subnet-mask sync-server Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 13. 19. 16. 19. 33. 32 34 17 17 17 16 13. 18. 75 13. 31 32 36 17 33 13. 17. 34. 31. 35 7. 16. 18 32 32 32 19 16. 31. 35. 75. 31. 81 13. 31 16 17 17 18 34 34 13. 17. 32. 89 31 33 13. 19. 16. 36 32. 36 33 33 19 34 32 Page 112 of 124 . 13. 31.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide telnet telnet-Admin telnet-status time-and-date timer-downgrade timer-rollback timer-upgrade time-service time-to-install trap-Admin trap-clli trap-community trap-heartbeat trap-manager trap-name trap-port trap-severity-filter trap-status-change-filter type unit-role upgrade users v3-auth-algorithm v3-security-mode v3-username verify-packages version version-package-name versions-idu versions-rfu view-security-log vlan web-Admin web-ca-certificate-Admin web-inactivity-timeout web-protocol Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 16 35 35 32 18 18 18 13. 18. 13. 7. 32 32 35 36 36 35 35 36 35 35 35 34 34 17 5. 75 36 35 36 17 35 33 17 17 18 34 35 35 35 35 Page 113 of 124 . 33. 31.

36.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide web-restart web-status write-community platform acm-license Admin alive-slot-population all-odu archive-operating-units archives-operation-status available-interfaces available-sdh-interfaces1 available-sdh-interfaces2 available-sdh-interfaces3 board-modules board-sub-type board-type capacity-name cfg-backup-show cfg-mismatch-details chain-firmware chain-hardware-features chain-sub-type chain-type change-user-password clear-device-error clear-switch-counter cli-script cli-script-file-name comments company-name config-backup config-creation-status config-download-status config-install-status config-restore Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 19 35 36 14. 45 45 40 19 21 38 38 38 38 20 21 15. 37 40 44 37 14. 19. 45 40 20 41 42 42 20 Page 114 of 124 . 44 37 37 37 37 37 37 38 38. 15. 21 20 41 40.

36.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide config-upload-status copy-to-mate-cmd copy-to-mate-status create-archive current-license-code date-code daughter-board demo-Admin demo-timer device-error download-archive download-cli-script-status download-security-status excessive-ber-switch-admin extension-units-protection-Admin file-transfer-protocol firmware force-to-radio force-unmute fpga fw-version hardware hass-number host-ip host-path hw-feature hw-inventory-version hw-mode hw-supported-bit-rate idc-board idc-clli idc-firmware idc-hardware-features idc-sub-type idc-type idu-led Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 41 21 44 20 40 39. 45 41 41 39 40 42 39 14. 20. 45 40 40 44 20 42 42 44 37 41 38. 45 14. 42. 45 45 21 14. 43 43 38. 90 41 38 38 38 38 42 Page 115 of 124 . 76. 45 39. 19. 41. 88.

39. 38.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide install-archive inventory kernel-modules-version lan-id latitude license license-code license-demo-timer license-register license-type logo logon-unit longitude main-fpga-running-fw-version main-view manual-switch-cmd master-communication-status mate-communication-status mate-idu mate-ip-address mate-mac-address max-physical-ports max-physical-sdh-ports measurement-system modem-firmware modem-hardware-features modem-sub-type modem-system-rate modem-type mux-firmware mux-hardware-features mux-sub-type mux-type network-resiliency-license num-of-10-100-1000-interfaces num-of-fe-interfaces Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 20 14. 36. 40. 41 40 39 40 40 40 19 36 43 40 21 44 44 14. 40 42 36 37 14. 36. 44 44 44 37 37 41 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 40 39 39 Page 116 of 124 . 21. 19.

44 43 43 43 43 43 44 14.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide num-of-interfaces num-of-radio-interfaces num-of-sfp-interfaces num-of-tdm-interfaces num-of-working-hours operation-mode part-number per-usage-license pic-version power-supply-1-alarm-admin primary-radio production-inventory-version product-name protection-Admin protection-force-switch protection-led protection-lockout protection-mode radio-diversity radio-interfaces radio-led receive-radio-traffic remote-atpc-Admin remote-atpc-ref-rx-level remote-ber-adjustment-time remote-cl remote-co remote-communication remote-default-gateway remote-floating-ip-address remote-force-max-tx-level remote-force-mute-tx remote-green-mode-admin remote-idu remote-ip-address remote-led Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 45 39 39 39 39. 19. 46 37 42 46 43 43 44 14. 15. 45 41 39 37 45 40 40 44 44 42 44 44 14. 44 43 42 Page 117 of 124 . 21. 36. 44 14. 45 45 40. 43. 45. 21. 21. 36. 21. 19.

88. 37. 89 37 19 40. 75. 42 42 41 39. 20. 36. 45 20 14.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide remote-link-id remote-lof-adjustment-time remote-management-type remote-management-vlan remote-most-severe-alarm remote-reset-idc-hw remote-rx-level remote-slot-id remote-subnet-mask remote-web-protocol reset-extensions reset-idc-hw reset-shelf reset-unit revertive-mode revertive-timer rfu-led running-firmware-version rx-master-iq-delay rx-master-iq-delay-index-in-f df-table rx-slave-iq-delay rx-slave-iq-delay-index-in-fdf table sdh-interfaces secondary-fpga-running-fw-version security-file-format security-file-name security-file-type serial-number shelf-info-create shelf-manager shelf-most-severe-alarm shelf-versions signature slot-id slot-label slot-population Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 43 44 43 44 43 21 43 43 43 43 19 20 19 19 46 46 42 45 39 39 39 39 37 43 41. 76. 41 42 37 37 Page 118 of 124 . 19.

FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide spare1 Spare2 Spare3 status-text-indication switch-application-license switch-counter switchover-on-copper-loc switch-request syncu-license system-contact-person system-description system-location system-location-bay system-location-shelf system-name system-services system-up-time tdm-capacity-license tdm-capacity-value TDM-interfaces temperature tm-license total-num-of-interfaces tx-iq-delay tx-iq-delay-index-in-fdf-table type-of-tdm-interfaces unit-info-creation-status unit-info-upload-status upload-archive upload-pub-key-status user-name version voltage-input warning-banner-download-status warning-banner-file-name xc-firmware Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 39 39 39 42 40 46 44 15. 21 40 36 37 36 36 36 36 36 41 40 40 37 41 40 38 39 39 39 42 42 20 42 41 42 41 41 42 38 Page 119 of 124 .

15.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide xc-hardware-features xc-role xc-sub-type xc-type radio adaptive-tx-power-admin adaptive-tx-power-reference-class atpc-Admin atpc-override-state atpc-override-tx-level atpc-ref-rx-level atpc-timeout atpc-timer-counter atpc-timer-override-cancel automatic-delay-calibration automatic-delay-calibration-status Band cable-tilt change-script-cmd clear-com-device-error clear-counters clear-device-error communication-status connected-rfu-grade current-acm-adaptive-rx-profile current-acm-adaptive-tx-profile current-acm-mode current-available-capacity current-rx-bitrate current-rx-profile current-rx-qam current-rx-vc current-script-capacity current-tx-bitrate current-tx-profile current-tx-qam Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 38 42 38 38 14. 46 49 49 51 51 51 51 51 51 22 22 54 52 52 22 22 22 22 52 49 50 50 49 46 49 49 49 49 49 49 48 49 Page 120 of 124 . 21.

54 54 52 46 52.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide current-tx-vc data-sci-errors debug-current-config-status defected-blocks delay-calibration device-error eth-shutdown-threshold-profile events-enable fpga-version-number framer green-mode-admin green-mode-ref-rx-level high-priority-ethernet-bw ifc-support if-loopback if-loopback-support interface-alias internal-download-counter internal-download-status internal-fw-download-action internal-fw-download-cancel internal-fw-download-counter internal-fw-download-status internal-sw-download-action ldpc-decoder-stress link-id loaded-script-description loaded-script-versio log-Admin log-interval lo-sense max-available-tdm-cap max-available-tdm-interfaces max-bandwidth max-radio-vc max-rx-freq Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 49 53 47 50 53 54 49 47 54 14. 54 22 22 54 54 22 50 48 49 49 51 51 52 46 49 52 49 52 Page 121 of 124 . 48 53 53 46 52. 54 52.

49. 50 14.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide max-rx-vc max-tx-freq max-tx-level mhc-Admin min-adaptive-acm-rx-profile min-bandwidth min-rx-freq min-rx-vc min-tx-freq modem mrmc mrmc-pm-15min-interval mrmc-pm-24hour-interval mse mse-forward mse-threshold mute-tx occupied-bandwidth operation-mode oper-status part-number pm-15min-interval pm-15min-interval-combined pm-15min-interval-diversity pm-24hour-interval pm-24hour-interval-combined pm-24hour-interval-diversity Pmax pmin pm-rx-level-threshold-1 pm-rx-level-threshold-2 pm-tx-level-threshold power-supply-status predistortion-support radio-ber radio-excessive-ber-threshold Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 49 52 51 46 50 52 52 49 52 14. 21. 50. 53 53 53 50. 21. 46. 53 53 53 52 53 50 50 51 52 52 48 48 Page 122 of 124 . 48. 87 49 49 50 53 50 51 49 48 48 53 50. 46. 22. 86. 22.

54 54 52 53 54 51 53 52 54 54 48 53 47 47 47 47 47 48 Page 123 of 124 . 46. 54 53 54 51 14. 21. 52. 54 52 14. 51. 53. 54 53 48 14. 22. 22.FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide radio-if-interface radio-if-interface-operational-status radio-pm-15min-interval radio-pm-24hour-interval radio-signal-degrade-threshold remote-cl rfic rf-loopback-support rfu rfu-address rfu-chosen-grade rfu-cl rfu-co rfu-d-copartner-carrier rfu-fw-upload rfu-installation rfu-mode rfu-rf-loopback rfu-sw-upload rfu-temp rfu-type rfu-xpic-support rsl-connector-source rx-freq rx-freq-local-remote rx-level rx-level-combined rx-level-diversity script-package-version serial-number slave-if-loopback slave-mute-transmitter slave-rfu-comm-status slave-xpic-enable slave-xpic-lop slave-xpi-mute Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential 46 46 48 48 48 14 14. 50. 54 14. 22. 22. 54 54 22.

47. 48 47 50 47 47 48 47 47 Ceragon Proprietary and Confidential Page 124 of 124 .FibeAir® IP-10G CLI (Command Line Interface) User Guide slicer-input-scaling software-version-number standard-organization sync-clock-source-channel synthesizer-status tdm-radio-pm tdm-radio-pm-15min-interval tdm-radio-pm-24hour-interval temp-in-celsius temp-in-fahrenheit traffic-priority-scheme tx-freq tx-freq-local-remote tx-level-status tx-rx-freq-separation unfaded-rsl user-rfu-mute xpi xpic xpic-status xpi-threshold xrsm-cfg-delay-between-retries xrsm-cfg-duration-of-retry xrsm-cfg-enable xrsm-cfg-num-of-retries xrsm-cfg-retry-length-mul-fact or 50 53 51 46 52 14 50 50 51 52 46 51 53 52 52 51 47 50 14.