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Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Installation and
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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Network Management Subscriber Management Service Configuration Management Data Collection Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform C H A P T E R Introduction Information About the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform Service Control Module (Cisco SCE 8000-SCM-E)

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    External Optical Bypass 3-11 Topology-Related Parameters 3-13 Connection Mode Parameter 3-14 sce-id Parameter 3-14 Priority 3-14 On-Failure Mode Parameter 3-15 Asymmetric Routing Topology 3-16 Asymmetric Routing and Other Service Control Capabilities 3-16 Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide OL-29124-01...

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    4-19 Connecting the System Ground 4-20 Required Tools and Equipment 4-20 Installing the Power Supplies in the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis 4-22 Connecting the Management Interfaces C H A P T E R Introduction How to Set Up the Local Console...

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    Viewing the Ten Gigabit Ethernet Counters Managing Cisco SCE 8000 Configurations Viewing Configurations Saving or Changing the Configuration Settings Example for Saving or Changing the Configuration Settings Restoring a Previous Configuration Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide OL-29124-01...

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    How to Clear the User Log 8-14 How to View the User Log Counters 8-14 How to View the Nonvolatile Counter for the User-file-log 8-14 Generating a File for Technical Support 8-14 Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide OL-29124-01...

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    Installation and Upgrade Procedures for Dual Cisco SCE 8000-SCM Modules 9-26 First-Time Installation 9-26 Installing a Cisco SCE 8000-SCM Module that was a Slave Module as a Master Module 9-27 Removing a Cisco SCE 8000-SCM Module 9-27 Adding a Cisco SCE 8000-SCM Module in Slot 2...

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    Fatal Messages, Severity Level 2 Error Messages, Severity Level 3 Common Error Messages Control Card Error Messages Line Card Error Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Warning Messages, Severity Level 4 C-41 Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide OL-29124-01...

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    Contents Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide OL-29124-01...

  • Page 11: About This Guide

    This guide contains instructions on how to install and run the Cisco SCE 8000 platform. This guide assumes a basic familiarity with telecommunications equipment and installation procedures.

  • Page 12: Document Revision History

    Updated “Downgrading Cisco SCOS” section on • August 30, 2014 page • Removed the following system traps: – PULLREQUEST_RETRYFAILED_TRAP EM_AGENT_GENERIC_TRAP – MPLS_VPN_HW_MAPPINGS_EXCEEDED – Removed references to SCE 1000 and SCE 2000 • devices. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

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    Chapter 1 Cisco Service Control Overview This chapter provides a brief introduction to Cisco Service Control. Chapter 2 Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE This chapter provides a hardware Platform overview of the Cisco SCE 8000 platform. Chapter 3...

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    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log This appendix describes the system log Messages messages generated by the Cisco SCE 10 8000 GBE platform. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 15: Related Publications

    Related Publications The Cisco SCE 8000 platform and the software running on it contain extensive features and functionality, which are documented in the following resources: Cisco CLI software: • Cisco SCE8000 10GBE Software Configuration Guide – Cisco SCE8000 CLI Command Reference –...

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    Means the described action saves time. You can save time by performing the action described in the paragraph. Warning Means reader be warned. In this situation, you might perform an action that could result in bodily injury. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 17: Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request

    Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request For information on obtaining documentation, submitting a service request, and gathering additional information, see the monthly What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation, which also lists all new and revised Cisco technical documentation, at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html...

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    Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 19: Introduction

    Revised: August 26, 2014 Introduction This chapter provides a general overview of the Cisco Service Control solution. It introduces the Cisco service control concept and capabilities. It also briefly describes the hardware capabilities of the service control engine (SCE) platform and the Cisco specific applications that together compose the complete Cisco service control solution.

  • Page 20: Chapter 1 Cisco Service Control Overview

    IP services. The Cisco service control application for broadband adds a layer of service intelligence and control to existing networks that can: Report and analyze network traffic at subscriber and aggregate level for capacity planning.

  • Page 21: Cisco Service Control Capabilities

    Cisco Service Control Capabilities Cisco Service Control Capabilities The core of the Cisco service control solution is the network hardware device: the Service control engine (SCE). The core capabilities of the SCE platform, which support a wide range of applications for delivering service control solutions, include: •...

  • Page 22: Sce Platform Description

    Programmable system core for flexible reporting and bandwidth control. • Transparent network and BSS and OSS integration into existing networks. • Subscriber awareness that relates traffic and usage to specific customers. • Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

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    CONSOLE 2000 LINK/ 10/100/ LINK RX 4xGB E Series ACTIVE 1000 LINK/ ACTIVE 10/100/ LINK RX 1000 LINK RX LINK RX GBE-1 LINE Aggregation GBE-2 SUB LINE/CASCA DE NET SCE platform device CMTS Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 24: Management And Collection

    Chapter 1 Cisco Service Control Overview Management and Collection Management and Collection The Cisco service control solution includes a complete management infrastructure that provides the following management components to manage all aspects of the solution: Network management • Subscriber management •...

  • Page 25: Subscriber Management

    Subscriber Management Subscriber Management Where the Cisco service control application for broadband (SCA BB) enforces policies on different subscribers and tracks usage on an individual subscriber basis, the Cisco service control management suite (SCMS) subscriber manager (SM) may be used as middleware software for bridging between OSS and SCE platforms.

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    Chapter 1 Cisco Service Control Overview Data Collection Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 27: Introduction

    Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform Revised: August 26, 2014 Introduction This chapter provides an introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE platform, the Service Control hardware component. Information About the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform, page 2-2 •...

  • Page 28: Chapter 2 Introduction To The Cisco Sce 8000 10 Gbe Platform

    Number of links 1 or 2 The Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE is a transparent element with 10 GBE links service throughput (See Figure 2-1). It can be installed inline in the network where the entire traffic passes through it or in receive-only mode where it receives replication of the traffic through SPAN ports or optical splitters.

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    One or two Service Control Modules (Cisco SCE 8000-SCM-E) that each contain special purpose • fast path chipset, traffic processors and control processor. One SPA Interface Processor card (Cisco SCE 8000-SIP) that holds up to four SPA 10 GBE interface • modules.

  • Page 30: Service Control Module (cisco Sce 8000-scm-e)

    Service Control Module (Cisco SCE 8000-SCM-E) The Cisco SCE 8000 GBE contains one or two Cisco SCE 8000-SCMs located in slots 1 and 2 (the top two slots). If only one Cisco SCE 8000-SCM module is installed, it must be installed in slot 1.

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    Unlit—Optic bypass modules are not present or there is no power. • On a slave Cisco SCE 8000-SMC-E module (in slot 2), this LED is always off. Note This functionality is consistent even when the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE is turned off.

  • Page 32: Introduction To Sips And Spas

    • provides interface ports for network connectivity. During normal operation the SIP should reside in the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis fully populated either • with functional SPAs in all subslots, or with a blank filler plate (SPA-BLANK=) inserted in all empty subslots.

  • Page 33: Shared Port Adapters

    Blank filler plates are available in single-height form only. If the interfaces are connected in subscriber/network pairs, the Cisco SCE 8000-SIP must be either fully populated or have both the bottom bays covered with blank filler plates.

  • Page 34: Modular Optics

    Chapter 2 Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform Modular Optics Modular Optics The SPAs implement 10 GBE small form-factor pluggable (XFP) optical transceivers to provide network connectivity (See Figure 2-5). An XFP module is a transceiver device that mounts into the front panel to provide network connectivity.

  • Page 35: Xfp Connections

    Chapter 2 Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform XFP Connections XFP Connections The qualified XFPs include an optical transmitter and receiver pair integrated with Clock and Data Recovery (CDR) integrated circuits. The XFPs provide high-speed serial links at 10.3125 Gbps on single mode fibers.

  • Page 36: The 1-port 10 Gbe Spa Interface Module

    The 1-Port 10 GBE SPA Interface Module The Cisco SCE 8000-SIP is installed in slot 3 of the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis. It hosts up to four single-width, single-height 1-Port 10 GBE SPA interface modules, but in the Cisco SCE 8000, it must be configured with either two 1-Port 10 GBE SPAs (in the top two subslots) or four 1-Port 10 GBE SPAs, to provide interfaces for either one or two complete traffic links.

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    Chapter 2 Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform The 1-Port 10 GBE SPA Interface Module Table 2-7 SPA LEDs LEDs Description Active/Link (1) • Green—Port is enabled by software and the link is up. • Amber—Port is enabled by software and the link is down.

  • Page 38: Optical Bypass Functionality

    In case the Cisco SCE 8000 platform must be replaced, it is possible to remove the bypass modules from the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis without disconnecting them from the network and then reinstall them in the new SCE platform, so that traffic links are preserved even in a case of complete failure and replacement of the Cisco SCE 8000 platform.

  • Page 39: Optical Bypass Module Connectivity

    • with Multi-Mode optics. The optical bypass module is installed either internally, in slot #4 of the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis or in an external mounting panel in the rack. Up to two optical bypass modules can be mounted internally, supporting inline insertion into two links.

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    Up to four optical bypass modules can be mounted using an external mount panel (OPB-SCE8K-EXT-PNL). A single panel can serve two Cisco SCE 8000 platforms, each cutting two links or up to four Cisco SCE 8000 platforms, each cutting a single link. The optical bypass module is displayed in Figure 2-8.

  • Page 41: Optical Bypass Module Specifications

    Chapter 2 Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform Fan Assembly Optical Bypass Module Specifications This section describes the following: Fiber Cable Type The fiber cable type within the Optical Bypass Module area as follows: • OPB-SCE8K-MM: 50 um core OPB-SCE8K-SM: SMF-28 •...

  • Page 42: Power Supplies

    Chapter 2 Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform Power Supplies Power Supplies The Cisco SCE 8000 platform supports redundant AC- or DC-input power supplies. The following power supplies are available for the Cisco SCE 8000 platform: •...

  • Page 43: Power Supply Cooling

    Chapter 2 Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform Power Supplies Power Supply Cooling Power supplies have built-in fans and are completely self-cooling. Air enters from the right of the fan and exits through the left. Load Sharing With two power supplies, each power supply concurrently provides approximately half of the required power to the system.

  • Page 44: Checking The Shipping Container Contents

    Checking the Shipping Container Contents Checking the Shipping Container Contents Use the Cisco SCE 8000 Component List to check the contents of the Cisco SCE 8000 platform shipping container. Do not discard the shipping container when you unpack the Cisco SCE 8000. Flatten the shipping cartons and store them with the pallet.

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    Chapter 2 Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform Cisco SCE 8000 Component and Accessory Lists Cisco does not ship the entire Cisco SCE 8000 documentation set automatically with each system. You Note must specifically order the documentation as part of the sales order. If you ordered documentation and did not receive it, we will ship the documents to you within 24 hours.

  • Page 46: Cisco Sce 8000 Installation Checklist

    Chapter 2 Introduction to the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE Platform Cisco SCE 8000 Installation Checklist Cisco SCE 8000 Installation Checklist To assist you with your installation and to provide a historical record of what was done by whom, photocopy the following Cisco SCE 8000 Installation Checklist (See Table 2-12).

  • Page 47: Chapter 3 Cisco Sce 8000 Topology And Topology-related Parameters

    Asymmetric Routing Topology, page 3-16 The Cisco SCE 8000 Platform The Cisco SCE 8000 is a solution for dual links with load sharing and asymmetrical routing and support for fail-over between two SCE platforms. The Cisco SCE 8000 is built to support wire speed processing of full-duplex 10 GBE streams. The Cisco SCE 8000 can, therefore, be deployed in a multi-link environment in several different topologies.

  • Page 48: Topology Considerations

    Size • The Cisco SCE 8000 deployment can range from a single 10 GBE link to multiple platforms in a MGSCP topology. A complete discussion on sizing the system is beyond the scope of this document. Information about the number of Cisco SCE 8000 platforms required is related to the design considerations 'per link' (topology and redundancy factors) rather than to overall sizing of the system.

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    Chapter 3 Cisco SCE 8000 Topology and Topology-Related Parameters Topology Considerations These issues determine two important aspects of system deployment and configuration: Physical topology of the system—Actual physical placement and connection of the Cisco SCE 8000 • platform or platforms in the system.

  • Page 50: Physical Topologies

    Subscriber Network 3/2/0 3/3/0 Single Cisco SCE 8000 Topologies A single Cisco SCE 8000 supports both single 10 GBE link and dual 10 GBE link topologies: Single Link: Inline Topology, page 3-5 • Dual Link: Inline Installation, page 3-5 •...

  • Page 51: Single Link: Inline Topology

    Single Link: Inline Topology Typically, the Cisco SCE 8000 is connected in a full duplex 10 GBE link between two devices (Router, BRAS, and so on). When the Cisco SCE 8000 is installed as an inline installation, it physically resides...

  • Page 52: Single Link: Receive-only Topology

    In this topology, an optical splitter resides physically on the 10 GBE link between the subscribers and the network (see Figure 3-4). The traffic passes through the optical splitter, which splits traffic to the Cisco SCE 8000. The Cisco SCE 8000, therefore, only receives traffic and does not transmit. Figure 3-4 Single Link: Receive-only Topology Subscriber...

  • Page 53: Dual Link: Receive-only Topology

    Chapter 3 Cisco SCE 8000 Topology and Topology-Related Parameters Cisco SCE 8000 Interface Numbering Dual Link: Receive-Only Topology In this topology, one Cisco SCE 8000 is connected in receive-only mode to two full duplex, 10 Gig links using optical splitters (see Figure 3-5).

  • Page 54: Dual Cisco Sce 8000 Topology (cascade)

    In addition, it is possible to configure the Cisco SCE 8000 to use the external optical bypass device • so that if any failure of the Cisco SCE 8000 occurs, it is used to provide link continuity. This ensures full link continuity at the expense of providing asymmetric routing functionality.

  • Page 55: Multi-gigabit Service Control Platform (mgscp) Topology

    Chapter 3 Cisco SCE 8000 Topology and Topology-Related Parameters Multi-Gigabit Service Control Platform (MGSCP) Topology Multi-Gigabit Service Control Platform (MGSCP) Topology In this topology, multiple Cisco SCE 8000 platforms are connected to a Cisco 7600 Series router, which acts as a dispatcher between the platforms (see Figure 3-7).

  • Page 56: Redundant Cisco 7600 Series Router

    Two Cisco 7600 Series routers can be used to provide network redundancy (see Figure 3-8). In this topology, one link on each Cisco SCE 8000 platform is connected to each router. Therefore, one SCE platform is required for each link. Figure 3-8...

  • Page 57: Link Continuity

    The internal bypass mechanism of the Cisco SCE 8000 allows traffic to continue to flow, if desired, even if the device itself is not fully functioning. In addition, the Cisco SCE 8000 is designed with the ability to control up to two external optical bypass devices (one per link). This is needed because the internal bypass mechanism cannot maintain traffic flow in all cases.

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    3/1/0 3/2/0 3/3/0 Network 2 Subscriber 2 If the Cisco SCE 8000 platform fails, traffic flows through the optical bypass module, bypassing the SCE 8000, so that traffic on the link is maintained (see Figure 3-10). Figure 3-10 Optical Bypass Under Failure Conditions...

  • Page 59: Topology-related Parameters

    This change was required with the introduction of the Cisco SCE 8000 GBE platform, which supports multiple links. In the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE, the number assigned to the sce-id parameter (0 or 1) is defined as the of number of the physically connected link.

  • Page 60: Connection Mode Parameter

    A cascade topology supports two traffic links. In the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE, this parameter defines which link is connected to which Cisco SCE 8000 platform. The name of the parameter refers to its use in the Cisco SCE 8000 GBE platform, for which it actually defines a specific SCE platform. However, in the case of the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE, simply specify the number of the physically connected link for this parameter.

  • Page 61: On-failure Mode Parameter

    In a single Cisco SCE 8000 topology, the value of this parameter is determined by whether or not the link can be completely cut when the Cisco SCE 8000 fails, or whether traffic flow should continue across the link in spite of platform failure.

  • Page 62: Asymmetric Routing Topology

    Chapter 3 Cisco SCE 8000 Topology and Topology-Related Parameters Asymmetric Routing Topology Asymmetric Routing Topology In some Service Control deployments, asymmetrical routing occurs between potential service control insertion points. Asymmetrical routing can cause a situation in which the two directions of a bi-directional flow pass through different SCE platforms, resulting in each SCE platform seeing only one direction of the flow (either the inbound traffic or the outbound traffic).

  • Page 63: Chapter 4 Installing The Cisco Sce 8000 Chassis

    Before you install, operate, or service the system, see the Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information Note for the Cisco Service Control Engines (SCE). This guide contains important safety information you should know before working with the system. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

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    • Installing the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis in the Rack, page 4-15 • Connecting the System Ground, page 4-20 • Installing the Power Supplies in the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis, page 4-22 • Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 65: Preparing For Installation

    This product requires short-circuit (overcurrent) protection, to be provided as part of the building Note installation. Install only in accordance with national and local wiring regulations. Site Requirements This section provides site power requirements for the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis. Verify the site power before installation: • Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage, page 4-3 •...

  • Page 66: Environmental Requirements

    Left side Not applicable 6 in (15 cm) 12 in (30.5 cm) Table 4-2 Ambient Temperature and Humidity Requirements for the Cisco SCE 8000 Specification Acceptable Range Temperature Nominal: 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C) Storage: -4°F to 149°F (-20°C to 65°C)

  • Page 67: Power Requirements

    Cisco SCE 8000, which can have substantial current draw fluctuations because of bursty data traffic patterns. Power Connection Guidelines This section provides the guidelines for connecting the Cisco SCE 8000 AC and DC power supplies to the site power source: •...

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    Chapter 4 Installing the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis AC-Powered Systems For North America, the circuit breaker should be rated at 20A. – For everywhere else, the circuit breaker should be sized according to the power supply input – rating and local or national code requirements.

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    Unit (PDU(=) 1. The PDU power cable is designed for users who power their switch from a PDU. The end of the cable that plugs into the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis has a C19 connector; the other end of the cable that plugs into the PDU has a C20 connector.

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    Chapter 4 Installing the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis AC-Powered Systems AC Power Cord Illustrations This section contains AC power cord illustrations. Figure 4-1 AC Power Cord Plugs and Appliance Coupler for the 2700 W Power Supply International North America (Non-locking)

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    Chapter 4 Installing the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis AC-Powered Systems Figure 4-3 CAB-AC-2500W-EU= Cordset rating: 16 A, 250 V Length: 14 ft 0 in. (4.26 m) Plug: CEE 7/7 Connector: IEC 60320 C19 Figure 4-4 CAB-AC-2500W-INT= Cordset rating: 16 A, 250 V Length: 14 ft 0 in.

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    Chapter 4 Installing the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis AC-Powered Systems Figure 4-6 CAB-AC-2500W-US1= Cordset rating: 20 A, 250 V Length: 14 ft 0 in. (4.26 m) Plug: NEMA 6-20 Connector: IEC 60320 C19 Figure 4-7 CAB-AC-C6K-TWLK= Cordset rating: 20 A, 250 V Length: 14 ft 0 in.

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    Chapter 4 Installing the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis AC-Powered Systems Figure 4-9 CAB-7513ACSA= Cordset rating: 16 A, 250 V Length: 14 ft 0 in. (4.26 m) Plug: IEC 884 Connector: IEC 60320 C19 Figure 4-10 CAB-ACS-16= Cordset rating: 16 A, 250 V Length: 8 ft 2 in.

  • Page 74: Dc-powered Systems

    The DC supplies each have the provision for a dual connection to the power source in order to permit • high-power operation without exceeding current ratings. For the Cisco SCE 8000, it is not necessary to connect both of these inputs to DC power sources; it is sufficient to connect only the '1' connections.

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    The DC supplies each have the provision for a dual connection to the power source in order to permit Note high-power operation without exceeding current ratings. For the Cisco SCE 8000, it is not necessary to connect both of these inputs to DC power sources; it is sufficient to connect only the '1' connections.

  • Page 76: Site Planning Checklist

    Chapter 4 Installing the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis Site Planning Checklist Site Planning Checklist Table 4-6 lists the site planning activities that you should perform before installing the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis. Completing each activity helps ensure a successful installation. Table 4-6 Site Planning Checklist Task No.

  • Page 77: Installing The Cisco Sce 8000 Chassis In The Rack

    Do not discard the shipping container when you unpack the Cisco SCE 8000. Flatten the shipping cartons and store them with the pallet. You need these containers to move or ship the Cisco SCE 8000. Perform the following to check the contents of the shipping container: •...

  • Page 78: Installation Guidelines

    Depth of the rack, measured between the front and rear mounting strips, must be at least 19.25 in (48.9 cm) but not more than 32 in (81.3 cm). Rack must have sufficient vertical clearance to insert the chassis. The height of the Cisco SCE 8000 •...

  • Page 79: Installing The Chassis Brackets

    (such as power supplies, fans, or cards); these types of handles are not designed to support the weight of the unit. Lift the unit only by grasping the chassis underneath its lower edge. To install the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis in the equipment rack, perform these steps: Step 1 Position the chassis in the rack as follows: •...

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    Make a mark at equal height on both sides of the rack. This helps ensure that the chassis is installed straight and level. Figure 4-14 Installing the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis in the Rack FA N ST SCE 8000...

  • Page 81: Installing An Optical Bypass Module

    Installing an Optical Bypass Module There are two installation options for the external bypass modules: Chassis mount panel—This panel is mounted on slot 4 of the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis. It hosts two • optical bypass modules, which will serve the two traffic links supported by one Cisco SCE 8000 chassis.

  • Page 82: Connecting The System Ground

    Connecting the System Ground Connecting the System Ground This section describes how to connect a system (earth) ground to the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis. Two threaded M4 holes are provided on the chassis frame to attach the ground cable. Connect the system ground on both AC- and DC-powered systems to an earth ground if this equipment Note is installed in a US or European Central Office.

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    Prepare the other end of the grounding wire, and connect it to an appropriate grounding point in your Step 7 site to ensure adequate earth ground for the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 4-21...

  • Page 84: Installing The Power Supplies In The Cisco Sce 8000 Chassis

    Installing the Power Supplies in the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis Installing the Power Supplies in the Cisco SCE 8000 Chassis The Cisco SCE 8000 chassis is shipped with the power supplies (AC or DC) already installed. Should it be necessary to install a power supply module, see the ““Removing and Replacing the Power Supply”...

  • Page 85: Chapter 5 Connecting The Management Interfaces

    Revised: August 26, 2014 Introduction This chapter explains how to connect the Cisco SCE 8000 Service Control Module (Cisco SCE 8000-SCM-E) to a local console and perform the initial system configuration. Additionally, this chapter contains instructions for cabling the 10/100/1000 Ethernet management interfaces.

  • Page 86: How To Set Up The Local Console

    No flow control The preceding Cisco SCE 8000 port parameters are fixed and are not configurable. Plug the RS-232 serial cable provided with the Cisco SCE 8000 into the CON port on the front panel of Step 1 the Cisco SCE 8000-SCM-E. (See item 2 in Figure 5-1.)

  • Page 87: Initial Setup Parameters

    The following is a very brief summary of the initial setup parameters and commands. For more information, see the Cisco SCE8000 10GBE Software Configuration Guide. IP address and subnet mask of the Cisco SCE 8000 platform itself. This is the IP address used by • the management interface.

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    Global Configuration offset-hours Domain name server show hosts ip domain-lookup Global Configuration ip domain-name domain-name ip name-server server-address1 [server-address2] [server-address3] RDR formatter show rdr-formatter destination rdr-formatter destination Global Configuration destination ip-address port port-number Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 89: Connecting The Management Interfaces

    The Cisco SCE 8000-SCM-E is equipped with two active RJ-45 management ports. These 10/100/1000 Ethernet interfaces provide access from a remote management console to the Cisco SCE 8000 via a LAN. The two management ports provide the possibility for a redundant management interface, thus ensuring management access to the SCE platform even if there is a failure in one of the management links.

  • Page 90: Verifying Management Interface Connectivity

    Verifying Management Interface Connectivity If the Cisco SCE 8000 platform has been powered up, test to verify that connectivity has been established between the Cisco SCE 8000 and the remote management host. If the Cisco SCE 8000 platform is not powered up, perform this procedure after starting the Cisco SCE 8000 platform.

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    64 bytes from host (10.10.10.20): icmp_seq=2. time=0. ms 64 bytes from host (10.10.10.20): icmp_seq=3. time=0. ms ----10.10.10.20 PING Statistics---- 4 packets transmitted, 4 packets received, 0% packet loss round-trip (ms) min/avg/max = 0/0/0 Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

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    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces Verifying Management Interface Connectivity Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 93: Chapter 6 Cabling The Line Ports And Completing The Installation

    MGSCP topologies. In a cascade topology, this includes the cascade ports as well as the line ports. The 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports are located on the 10G SPA modules, which are installed in the Cisco SCE 8000-SIP module in slot 3 of the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis.

  • Page 94: Connecting The Line Ports To The Network

    Single Link: Receive-only Topology In this topology, an optical splitter unit resides physically on the 10 GBE link that the Cisco SCE 8000 should monitor. The optical splitter unit is connected to the Cisco SCE 8000 Rx links only. For each link monitored, there are two Rx connections to the Cisco SCE 8000, one for each direction of traffic flow in the link.

  • Page 95: Dual Link: Single Cisco Sce 8000 Topologies

    Dual Link: Single Cisco SCE 8000 Topologies In this topology, one Cisco SCE 8000 is connected to two full duplex, 10 GBE links. The Cisco SCE 8000 may be either inline, to support both monitoring and traffic control functionality, or receive-only for traffic monitoring functionality only.

  • Page 96: Multi-gigabit Service Control Platforms (mgscp) Topologies

    In this topology, multiple Cisco SCE 8000 platforms are connected to a Cisco 7600 Series router used as a load-balancer (“dispatcher”) between the platforms. Traffic enters the router, is distributed between the Cisco SCE 8000 platforms by the router EtherChannel, and returns to the router to be forwarded to its original destination.

  • Page 97

    – Single Router MGSCP Connectivity Four links require two Cisco SCE 8000 platforms. Connect the ordered pairs, each pair of EC ports to a pair of Subscriber/Network ports in a Cisco SCE 8000 platform: Cisco SCE 8000 #1: Links 1 and 2 •...

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    Link 5 (standby). S=1/5, N=3/4 • Link 6 (standby). S= 2/3, N=4/4 If Cisco SCE 8000 #3 is the redundant platform, Links 5 and 6 would be connected to it and the actual connections might look like this: • S=0/1, Cisco SCE 8000 #1 3/0/0 •...

  • Page 99

    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation Connecting the Line Ports to the Network The actual connections might look like this: Router 1: S=0/1, Cisco SCE 8000 #1 3/0/0 • Router 2: S=0/1, Cisco SCE 8000 #1 3/2/0 •...

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    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation Connecting the Line Ports to the Network If Cisco SCE 8000 #5 is the redundant platform, Link 5 from both routers is connected to it and the actual connections might look like this: •...

  • Page 101: The Optical Bypass Module

    There are two installation options for the optical bypass module: • Chassis mount—The optical bypass module may be installed in the panel in slot 4 of the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis. This panel hosts up to two optical bypass modules.

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    Network side network element <->Port B on bypass module 1 • Cisco SCE 8000 port 3/1/0 <->Port D on bypass module 1 • CTRL on bypass module #1 <->left-hand 'Optical Bypass' port on Cisco SCE 8000-SCM-E module • Subscriber side network element <->Port A on bypass module 2 •...

  • Page 103: Cabling The 10 Gbe Line Interface Ports

    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation Cabling the 10 GBE Line Interface Ports Cabling the 10 GBE Line Interface Ports When installing an External Optical Bypass module, the Cisco SCE 8000 line ports are connected to the Note module. See the...

  • Page 104: Optical Device Maintenance

    A particle that partially or completely blocks the core generates strong back reflections, which can cause instability in the laser system. Inspection, cleaning, and reinspection are critical steps to take before making fiber-optic connections. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 6-12...

  • Page 105: How To Cable The 10 Gbe Line Interface Ports

    Take the appropriate fiber optic cable (see XFP Module Cabling and Connection Equipment, page 6-11) Step 1 and plug it into the appropriate port on the 10 GBE interface on the SPA module in slot #3 of the Cisco SCE 8000. (See Figure 6-1.) Make sure to push on the connector until you hear a click, which indicates that the connector is fully inserted and secured in the receptacle.

  • Page 106: Cabling The 10 Gbe Line Interface Ports: Using The External Optical Bypass Module

    Using a cable with LC connectors on both ends, plug one end into the appropriate port (C or D) on the external bypass module and the other end into the appropriate 10 GBE interface in slot 3 of the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 6-14...

  • Page 107

    By its nature, the optic bypass module does not connect the link to the Cisco SCE 8000-SIP module until the entire Cisco SCE 8000 system is fully functional. It is necessary to bring the Cisco SCE 8000 to fully operational and non-bypassed status to confirm correct functioning of the link through the optic bypass module to the Cisco SCE 8000-SIP module.

  • Page 108: Testing Connectivity: Examining Link Leds And Counters

    Testing Connectivity: Examining Link LEDs and Counters If the Cisco SCE 8000 platform has been powered up, verify that connectivity has been established on all links. If the Cisco SCE 8000 platform is not powered up, perform this step after starting the Cisco SCE 8000 platform.

  • Page 109

    Total warning messages: 0 Total error messages: 0 Total fatal messages: 0 If there are “Total error messages” or “Total fatal messages”, use the show logger device User-File-Log command to display details about the errors. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 6-17...

  • Page 110: How To Install A Service Control Application

    How to Install a Service Control Application The Service Control solution requires that the Service Control application be installed on the SCE platform. This is a pqi file that is installed and configured using the Cisco Service Control Application for Broadband (SCA BB) console.

  • Page 111: Cascaded Systems

    Use the show interface linecard 0 connection-mode command. If you want to start with bypass, change the link mode to your required mode in both Cisco SCE 8000 Step 6 platforms on both links. The bypass mode is applied only to the active Cisco SCE 8000 platform. (See How to Set the Link Mode, page 6-21.)

  • Page 112: Topology-related Parameters For Redundant Topologies

    This change was required with the introduction of the Cisco SCE 8000 GBE platform, which supports multiple links. In the Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE, the number assigned to the sce-id parameter (0 or 1) is defined as the of number of the physically connected link.

  • Page 113

    This may be useful when debugging the network, or in cases where we would like the SCE platform just to forward the traffic. (This is only relevant to inline topologies even though the configuration is available also when in receive-only mode.) Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 6-21...

  • Page 114: Monitoring A Cascaded System

    From the SCE8000> prompt, enter show interface linecard 0 cascade connection-status and press Enter. How to View the Current Link Mappings From the SCE8000> prompt, enter show interface linecard 0 physically-connected-links and press Enter. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 6-22...

  • Page 115: Introduction

    Revised: August 26, 2014 Introduction This chapter describes how to start up the Cisco SCE 8000 platform, reboot, and shutdown. It also describes how to manage configurations, and contains the following sections: Starting the Cisco SCE 8000 Platform, page 7-2 •...

  • Page 116: Starting The Cisco Sce 8000 Platform

    Subsequent startups • – Line interfaces are properly cabled (optional). – Cisco SCE 8000 platform is connected to at least one of the following types of management stations: • Direct connection to local console (CON port). • Remote management station via the LAN (Mng port).

  • Page 117: Starting The System And Observing Initial Conditions

    The Status LED should be a constant amber while booting. After a successful boot, the Status LED • is steady green. It takes a several minutes for the Cisco SCE 8000 to boot and for the status LED to change from amber Note to green.

  • Page 118

    Final Tests Verifying Operational Status After all the ports are connected, verify that the Cisco SCE 8000 is not in a Warning state. Step 1 On the front panel of the Service Control module, examine the Status LED; it should be green.

  • Page 119: Viewing The Ten Gigabit Ethernet Counters

    In an inline topology, you can monitor traffic via the platform counters for both the Rx and Tx connections. The counters increase as packets flow through the Cisco SCE 8000 for both Rx and Tx. However, in receive-only topologies, the counters for the Tx do not increment, as the Cisco SCE 8000 is only monitoring traffic, and not re-transmitting it At the Cisco SCE8000# prompt, enter show interface TenGigabitEthernet 3/ baynumber /0 counters.

  • Page 120: Managing Cisco Sce 8000 Configurations

    Service Control application. However, before you install the application, you might need to configure the SCE platform. Instructions for configuring the Cisco SCE 8000 platform are beyond the scope of this publication.

  • Page 121

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Viewing Configurations After configuring the SCE platform, you may query for the running configuration using the command show running-config. At the Cisco SCE8000# prompt, enter show running-config. Step 1 The system shows the running configuration.

  • Page 122: Saving Or Changing The Configuration Settings

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Saving or Changing the Configuration Settings Saving or Changing the Configuration Settings When you make changes to the current running configuration and you want those changes to continue to be in effect when the system restarts, you must save the changes before leaving the management session.

  • Page 123: Restoring A Previous Configuration

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Restoring a Previous Configuration replace spare-memory code bytes 3145728 interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 ip address 10.56.96.46 255.255.252.0 interface TenGigabitEthernet 3/0/0 bandwidth 10000000 burst-size 50000 global-controller 0 name "Default Global Controller" interface TenGigabitEthernet 3/1/0 bandwidth 10000000 burst-size 50000 global-controller 0 name "Default Global Controller"...

  • Page 124: Example For Restoring A Previous Configuration

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Restoring a Previous Configuration Restoring a previous startup configuration means renaming the file so it overwrites the startup configuration ( ) file. config.txt At the SCE8000# prompt, enter more /system/prevconf/config.tx1 to view the configuration file.

  • Page 125

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Restoring a Previous Configuration management-agent property "com.pcube.management.framework.install.activation.operation" "Install" management-agent property "com.pcube.management.framework.install.activated.package" "SCA BB" management-agent property "com.pcube.management.framework.install.activated.version" "3.1.6 build 79" management-agent property "com.pcube.management.framework.install.activation.date" "Sun May 11 08:44:04 GMT+00:00 2008" flow-filter partition name "ignore_filter" first-rule 4 num-rules 32 flow-filter partition name "udpPortsToOpenBySw"...

  • Page 126: Displaying The Sce Platform Version Information

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Displaying the SCE Platform Version Information Displaying the SCE Platform Version Information Use this command to display global static information on the SCE platform, such as software and hardware version, image build time, system uptime, last open packages names and information on the SLI application assigned.

  • Page 127

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Example for Displaying the SCE Platform Version Information cpu-2 PVR : 0x80040202 cpu-2 freq : 1500MHz cpu (eeprom): 2.1, 1500MHz cpld-0 : 0xb20e cpld-1 : 0xb20e cpld-2 : 0xb20e cpld-0-ufm : 0xb803...

  • Page 128

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Example for Displaying the SCE Platform Version Information No application is configured. Logger status: Enabled Platform: SCE8000 - 4x10GBE Management agent interface version: SCE Agent 3.1.6 Build 134 Software package file: ftp://ftpserver/simba.pkg...

  • Page 129: Displaying The Sce Platform Inventory

    Displaying the SCE Platform Inventory Displaying the SCE Platform Inventory Unique Device Identification (UDI) is a Cisco baseline feature that is supported by all Cisco platforms. This feature allows network administrators to remotely manage the assets in their network by tracing specific devices through either CLI or SNMP.

  • Page 130: Displaying The Complete Sce Platform Inventory

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Examples for Displaying the SCE Platform Inventory NAME: "SCE8000 FAN 1", DESCR: "FAN-MOD-4HS" PID: FAN-MOD-4HS , VID: V0 , SN: DCH11013744 NAME: "SCE8000 AC or DC power supply 0", DESCR: "PWR-2700-AC/4" PID: PWR-2700-AC/4 , VID: V0 , SN: APQ105000MV NAME: "SCE8000 AC or DC power supply 1", DESCR: "PWR-2700-AC/4"...

  • Page 131

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Examples for Displaying the SCE Platform Inventory PID: SCE8000-SIP , VID: V01, SN: CAT1150G07F NAME: "SCE8000 Link 0", DESCR: "SCE8000 Link" PID: "" , VID: "" , SN: "" NAME: "SCE8000 Link 1", DESCR: "SCE8000 Link"...

  • Page 132

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Examples for Displaying the SCE Platform Inventory NAME: "SCE8000 traffic processor 1", DESCR: "SCE8000 traffic processor" PID: "" , VID: "" , SN: "" NAME: "SCE8000 traffic processor 2", DESCR: "SCE8000 traffic processor"...

  • Page 133: Displaying The System Uptime

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Displaying the System Uptime Displaying the System Uptime Use this command to see how long the system has been running since the last reboot. At the SCE8000> prompt, enter show system-uptime and press Enter.

  • Page 134: Rebooting And Shutting Down The Sce Platform

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations Rebooting and Shutting Down the SCE Platform Rebooting and Shutting Down the SCE Platform This section describes the following topics: Rebooting the SCE Platform, page 7-20 • How to Shut Down the SCE Platform, page 7-20 •...

  • Page 135: Examples For Shutting Down The Sce Platform

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations How to Shut Down the SCE Platform Enter y to confirm the shutdown request and press Enter. Step 3 Examples for Shutting Down the SCE Platform The following example shows the commands for system shutdown: SCE8000# reload shutdown You are about to shut down the system.

  • Page 136

    Chapter 7 Basic Cisco SCE 8000 Platform Operations How to Shut Down the SCE Platform Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 7-22...

  • Page 137: Chapter 8 Troubleshooting

    The procedures in this chapter assume that you are troubleshooting the initial system startup, and that your Cisco SCE 8000 platform is in the original factory configuration. If you have removed or replaced components or changed any default settings, the recommendations in this chapter might not apply.

  • Page 138: Troubleshooting Overview

    System startup successful (all — — interfaces operating normally). Information About Troubleshooting Tools There are two tools that will help you to successfully troubleshoot your Cisco SCE 8000 installation: • CLI Commands for Troubleshooting, page 8-3 • Checking the LEDs, page 8-5...

  • Page 139: Cli Commands For Troubleshooting

    SCE 8000 platform. See the Cisco SCE8000 10GBE Software Configuration Guide or the Cisco SCE8000 CLI Command Reference document for more information. Remember that if the management interface is not operational, you should connect the Cisco SCE 8000 Note platform to a local console so that you can enter CLI commands for troubleshooting.

  • Page 140

    # of packets received of length (in octets): 64: 0, 65-127: 12000, 128-255: 0, 256-511: 0, 512-1023: 0, 1024-1518: 0, 1519+: 0 Troubleshooting with the User Log, page 8-13 for an explanation of commands related to the user log. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 141: Checking The Leds

    Information About Troubleshooting Tools Checking the LEDs The LEDS on the Cisco SCE 8000-SMC-E front panel, along with the LEDs on the power supplies and fan assembly are the most immediate problem-detection mechanism of the platform. See the following sections for information on Cisco SCE 8000 platform LEDS: Table 2-3 on page 2-5 •...

  • Page 142

    Cisco SCE 8000 Operational States (continued) Cisco SCE 8000 Operational Status Description Status LED State Warning Cisco SCE 8000 is fully operational (as above) but one of the Flashing amber following occurred: • GBE Management port link is down. Internal temperature above threshold.

  • Page 143: Problem Solving Using A Subsystems Approach

    Identifying Startup Problems Startup problems usually occur because of a source power issue or to a poor cable connection. When you start up the Cisco SCE 8000 platform for the first time, you should observe the startup sequence described in Starting the Cisco SCE 8000 Platform, page 7-2.

  • Page 144: Troubleshooting The Power Subsystem

    At startup, verify that both power supply units are operational. If the Power LED on the front panel remains unlit when the Cisco SCE 8000 platform is powered up, consult Table 8-5 to help isolate a problem in the power subsystem.

  • Page 145: Troubleshooting The Management Subsystem

    The package file is not the correct There is a mismatch between the package Verify that you have the package file taht one for the Cisco SCE 8000. file and the platform. is appropriate to your platform type. Troubleshooting the Management Subsystem Table 8-7 to help isolate a problem in the management subsystem.

  • Page 146

    See the “Setting the IP Platform, and there is more Address and Subnet Mask of than one gateway on the SCE the Management Interface” Platform network). section in the Cisco SCE8000 10GBE Software Configuration Guide. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 8-10...

  • Page 147: Troubleshooting The Link Interface Subsystem

    10 GBE interface configuration. In some cases, the problem which seems as a transmit problem could be in the Rx (no traffic is being received by the Cisco SCE 8000 or there is actually no traffic on the line, which could be a normal situation).

  • Page 148: Downgrading Cisco Scos

    (10 GBE interface Rx LED is not flashing) Downgrading Cisco SCOS While downgrading Cisco SCOS Release 4.2.x to an earlier version, an error message similar to the following is displayed: "Could not allocate 7383087 bytes for Control Application XML data partition"...

  • Page 149: Troubleshooting With The User Log

    This command is not recommended when the user log is large. Copy a large log to a file to view it (see How to Copy the User Log to an External Source, page 8-13) From the SCE8000> prompt, enter more user-log and press Enter. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 8-13...

  • Page 150: How To View The Nonvolatile Counter For The User-file-log

    The support information file is created using the specified filename. This operation may take some time. To copy the support file to an external source, from the SCE8000# prompt, enter copy filename Step 2 ftp://username:password@ipaddress/path and press Enter. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 8-14...

  • Page 151: Introduction

    Removal and Replacement Procedures Revised: August 26, 2014 Introduction This chapter describes how to perform removal and replacement procedures for Cisco SCE 8000 platform field-replaceable units (FRUs). Before you install, operate, or service the system, read Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information...

  • Page 152: Safety

    Before working on a chassis or working near power supplies, unplug the power cord on AC units; Caution disconnect the power at the circuit breaker on DC units. The plug-socket combination must be accessible at all times because it serves as the main disconnecting Note device. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 153: Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage

    One Service Control Module (Cisco SCE 8000-SCM-E), with an optional redundant Service Control • Module (FRU). One SPA jacket module (Cisco SCE 8000-SIP), with either two or four SPA 10 GBE interface • modules (all FRU). Up to two optical bypass modules installed in the bottom slot of the chassis.

  • Page 154: Removing And Replacing The Power Supply

    Removing and Replacing the Power Supply Removing and Replacing the Power Supply This section describes how to remove and install power supplies for the Cisco SCE 8000. In systems with redundant power supplies, you can replace the faulty supply while the system is Note operating.

  • Page 155

    Captive installation screws Grasp both power supply handles, as shown in Figure 9-2, and slide the power supply completely out of Step 5 the chassis. Figure 9-2 Handling the AC Power Supply Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 156: Installing An Ac-input Power Supply

    Voltage is present on the backplane when the system is operating. To reduce risk of an electric shock, Warning keep hands and fingers out of the power supply bays and backplane areas. Statement 166 Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 157

    Step 6 Loosen the captive installation screws on the power supply. (See Figure 9-3.) Use both hands to install and remove power supplies. Each PWR-2700-DC DC/4-input power supply Caution weighs 19.8 pounds (9.0 kg). Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 158: Installing A Dc-input Power Supply

    Power supply ground is required. Install the PWR-2700-DC/4 power supply ground as described in this Step 1 procedure. The system ground connection with the PWR-2700-DC/4 power supply in a Cisco SCE 8000 is provided Note by the PWR-2700-DC/4 power supply ground. Additionally, you can connect a system (earth) ground.

  • Page 159

    Warning Statement 289 Because the power requirement of the Cisco SCE 8000 does not exceed 1350 W, it is not necessary to Note connect two pairs of input wires to each power supply. Should it be desired to connect two pairs of input wires, both pairs of input wires for one 2700W DC-input power supply must come from the same battery system (A feed);...

  • Page 160

    2-hole, standard barrel compression lug. The power supply ground studs, located below the terminal block, are also threaded 1/4-20 and require two 1/4-inch split-ring washers and two 1/4-20 hex nuts. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-10...

  • Page 161

    9. Step 10 Secure the terminal block cover using four screws and the terminal block barriers with two screws each. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-11...

  • Page 162

    INPUT OK LED is green • FAN OK LED is green • OUTPUT FAIL LED is not lit • If the LEDs indicate a power problem, see Identifying Startup Problems, page 8-7 Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-12...

  • Page 163: Removing And Replacing The Fan Assembly

    Chapter 9 Removal and Replacement Procedures Removing and Replacing the Fan Assembly Removing and Replacing the Fan Assembly This section describes how to remove and replace fan assemblies for the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis: Required Tools, page 9-13 • Removing the Fan Assembly, page 9-13 •...

  • Page 164: Installing The Fan Assembly

    Verify that the FAN STATUS LED is green. If the LED is red, one or more fans is faulty. • Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-14...

  • Page 165: Removing And Replacing Modules

    CE 8K -MM Modules Slots 1-4 (top to bottom) Required Tools These tools are required to remove or install modules in the Cisco SCE 8000 chassis: 3/16-inch flat-blade screwdriver • Number 2 Phillips-head screwdriver • Wrist strap or other grounding device •...

  • Page 166: Installing A Module

    If a second Cisco SCE 8000-SCM-E module is used, it must be installed in slot 2. The Cisco SCE 8000-SIP module must be installed in slot 3. • At the SCE8000# prompt, enter reload shutdown and press Enter to power down the Cisco SCE 8000 Step 2 platform before installing or removing any module.

  • Page 167

    OPTICAL BYPASS SYSTEM POWER OPTICAL OPTICAL CONSOLE PORT1 PORT2 BYPASS1 BYPASS2 10/100/ LINK/ 10/100/ LINK/ 1000 ACTIVE 1000 ACTIVE M AS TE R SY ST EM PO W Captive installation Ejector lever screws Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-17...

  • Page 168

    CONT ROL MODU LE SPA-1 X10G E-L-V 2 MAS TER STA TUS OPT ICA SYS TEM L BYP POW ER ASS 1 OP B-S CE 8K- EMI gasket Ejector lever fully extended Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-18...

  • Page 169

    (0.040 inch [1 mm]) gap between the module EMI gasket and the module above it. (See Figure 9-12.) Do not press down too forcefully on the ejector levers. They can bend and be damaged. Caution Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-19...

  • Page 170: Removing A Module

    Note Removing a Module Before you remove a Cisco SCE 8000-SCM, you should first save the current configuration, if the current configuration should be preserved and duplicated on the new Cisco SCE 8000-SCM-E. (Use the copy running-config startup-config command.) This step saves time when bringing the module back online.

  • Page 171

    Chapter 9 Removal and Replacement Procedures Removing a Module At the SCE8000# prompt, enter reload shutdown and press Enter to power down the Cisco SCE 8000 Step 1 platform before installing or removing any module. Verify that the captive installation screws on all of the modules in the chassis are tight. This step assures Step 2 that the space created by the removed module is maintained.

  • Page 172: Inserting And Removing A Module: Detail

    BYP ASS SPA- 1X10 GE-L -V2 STA TUS OP TIC AL SCE8 000 EXTE NDED BYP ASS SERV ICE OP B-S CONT ROL MODU LE CE 8K- MAS TER SYS TEM POW ER Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-22...

  • Page 173: Verifying The Installation

    : 1500MHz cpu-2 SVR : 0x80900121 cpu-2 PVR : 0x80040202 cpu-2 freq : 1500MHz cpu (eeprom): 2.1, 1500MHz cpld-0 : 0xb20e cpld-1 : 0xb20e cpld-2 : 0xb20e cpld-0-ufm : 0xb803 Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-23...

  • Page 174

    : 0x3033 spa[0] : SPA-1X10GE-L-V2 spa[1] : SPA-1XTENGE-XFP spa[2] : SPA-1X10GE-L-V2 spa[3] : SPA-1XTENGE-XFP ---------------- SCE8000 Chassis ---------------- product-num : CISCO7604 serial-num : FOX10420BKZ part-num : 73-9789-02 part-rev : A0 vid : V01 Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-24...

  • Page 175

    Software package file: ftp://ftpserver/simba.pkg SCE8000 uptime is 9 minutes, 54 seconds After you verify installation of a Cisco SCE 8000 module and check connectivity, you must configure the module. For complete information on configuring the Cisco SCE 8000 platform, see the Cisco SCE8000 10GBE Software Configuration Guide.

  • Page 176: Installing And Replacing The Cisco Sce 8000-scm Module

    If the Cisco SCE 8000-SCM module in slot 2 is to become the master Cisco SCE 8000-SCM module, the Cisco SCE 8000-SCM in slot 1 must be removed and the module on slot 2 must be moved and reinstalled in slot 1.

  • Page 177: Installing A Cisco Sce 8000-scm Module That Was A Slave Module As A Master Module

    Adding a Cisco SCE 8000-SCM Module in Slot 2 Turn off the power before installing a Cisco SCE 8000-SCM module in slot 2 . If you add a second Cisco SCE 8000-SCM module while the system is running with a single Cisco SCE 8000-SCM module, the new module is held at reset until next system boot.

  • Page 178: Downgrading Dual Cisco Sce 8000-scm Modules

    Installation and Upgrade Procedures for Dual Cisco SCE 8000-SCM Modules Downgrading Dual Cisco SCE 8000-SCM Modules Downgrading the system to a version earlier than 3.6.0 is not permitted on a system with dual Cisco SCE 8000-SCM modules. Perform the following steps to downgrade:...

  • Page 179: Removing And Replacing Shared Port Adapters

    This section provides information about the following tasks: When removing and replacing the 1-port 10 GBE SPAs, follow these guidelines: SPAs must be installed in pairs. The Cisco SCE 8000 supports the following SPA configurations: • Two SPAs inserted in subslots 0 and 1 –...

  • Page 180: Handling Spas

    If you plan to install a SPA in a subslot that is not in use, you must first remove the SPA blank filler plate. Figure 9-16 Handling a SPA Metal carrier Printed circuit board Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide 9-30...

  • Page 181: Spa Installation And Removal

    SPAs can be inserted or removed independently from the SIP. Removal of a SIP with installed SPAs is also supported. Figure 9-17 illustrates how to install and remove a SPA in the Cisco SCE 8000-SIP. Figure 9-17 SPA Installation and Removal...

  • Page 182: Installing A Spa In A Sip

    To install a SPA in a SIP, see Figure 9-17 and do the following: At the SCE8000# prompt, enter reload shutdown and press Enter to power down the Cisco SCE 8000 Step 1 platform before installing or removing any module.

  • Page 183: Removing And Replacing The Optical Bypass Module

    Cisco SCE 8000. Step 1 Install the new Cisco SCE 8000 platform in the rack. Power up the platform and perform necessary initial configuration. Step 2 Disconnect the cables connecting the optical bypass module to the old Cisco SCE 8000 platform.

  • Page 184

    Cisco SCE 8000 platform. Alternatively, it can be installed in an external mounting panel elsewhere in the rack. Connect the cables from the optical bypass module to the line interfaces of the new Cisco SCE 8000 Step 4 platform. See the “Optical Bypass Module Connectivity”...

  • Page 185: Appendix

    Revised: August 26, 2014 Introduction When designing a deployment with the Cisco SCE 8000, it is important to keep in mind certain characteristics of the 10 GBE link that affect the configuration of optical splitters and SPAN ports: 10 GBE does not support autonegotiation (unlike regular GBE). The fixed 10 GBE configuration is •...

  • Page 186: Unsupported Configuration

    3/0/0 3/1/0 3/2/0 3/3/0 In the preceeding configuration, it is essential that the Cisco SCE 8000 be operating in receive-only Note mode. Other configurations may cause SPAN port traffic to be returned to the switch, causing unpredictable behavior. Unsupported Configuration...

  • Page 187: Appendix

    Revised: August 26, 2014 Introduction When you have completed the installation of your Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE platform, we recommend that you run several CLI commands to verify that the proper components have been successfully installed and are operational.

  • Page 188: Basic Post-installation Checklist

    External bypass configuration show interface linecard Only if external bypass modules are external-bypass installed. Check the following: Configuration should be activated • on failure. • The number of devices should match the number of links. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 189

    If using QM, verify that the connection with the QM is established. Complete command sequence for a fully-populated Cisco SCE 8000 10 GBE platform using both the SM and the QM SCE8000> enable 5 Password:<cisco> SCE8000> show version show inventory SCE8000>...

  • Page 190

    : 0x10007 : Model=SILICONSYSTEMS INC 4GB-3213, S/N=357TTR79SY716QC00005, FwRev=0x242-0230, Size=4125744KB phy-0 : 0xcc2 phy-1 : 0xcc2 phy-2 : 0xcc2 --------------------- CFC-0 --------------------- board type : P2 #cpus cpu-0 SVR : 0x80900121 cpu-0 PVR : 0x80040202 Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 191

    : 0xf2c1601 dpt-0 : 0x3110 dpt-1 : 0x3110 ssa-0 : 0x90 ssa-1 : 0x90 spa[0] : SPA-1X10GE-L-V2 spa[1] : SPA-1X10GE-L-V2 spa[2] : SPA-1X10GE-L-V2 spa[3] : SPA-1X10GE-L-V2 --------------------- SCE8000 Chassis --------------------- product-num : SCE8000 Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 192

    Capacity option used: 'EngageDefaultSCE8000'. Logger status: Enabled Platform: SCE8000 Management agent interface version: SCE Agent 3.5.5 Build 121 Software package file: ftp://ftpserver/D:\pcube\Os\3.5.5\252\simba_03550252_K9.pkg SCE8000 uptime is 5 days, 23 hours, 52 minutes, 40 seconds Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 193

    TenGigabitEthernet 3/bay-number/0 SCE8000> show interface TenGigabitEthernet 3/0/0 Auto negotiation configured: Disabled Actual status: Link is: ON Auto negotiation: Disabled Bandwidth (L1): 10000000 Kbps, Burst-size: 50000 bytes Pseudo IP Address: Not Configured Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 194: Show Interface Linecard Link Mode

    LineCard 0 external-bypass External bypass current state is 'not activated'. External bypass failure state is 'activated'. Amount of expected external bypass devices: 2 (automatically configured). Amount of detected external bypass devices: 2 Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 195: Show Rdr-formatter

    SCE8000> show interface linecard 0 subscriber sm-connection-failure Current SM link state: up. Configured action to take when SM link is down: No action. Changing of system operational-status to 'warning' when SM link is down: enabled. Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

  • Page 196: Show Ip Rpc-adapter Sessions

    Apr 06 12:43:01 GMT-04:00 2009 received-message-num=408790 sent-message-num=237292 sent-notifications-num=0 dropped-notifications-num=0 client-username=null client-name=mcn.SM client-address=/10.240.59.36 started=Mon Apr 06 12:43:02 GMT-04:00 2009 received-message-num=5715112 sent-message-num=6101181 sent-notifications-num=386768 dropped-notifications-num=0 client-username=null client-name=mcn.QuotaManager-10.248.64.119_10.240.59.36_SCE.J.API.PRPC client-address=/10.240.59.36 started=Mon Apr 06 12:43:03 GMT-04:00 2009 received-message-num=404194 sent-message-num=232248 sent-notifications-num=0 dropped-notifications-num=0 client-username=null Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide B-10...

  • Page 197: Appendix

    Revised: August 26, 2014 The Cisco Service Control Engine (SCE) 8000 generates system, error, and other informational messages to inform Cisco SCE 8000 users of significant events. This appendix describes the system log messages generated by the Cisco SCE 10 8000 GBE platform.

  • Page 198: Fatal Messages, Severity Level 2

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Fatal Messages, Severity Level 2 Warning Messages, Severity Level 4 • Notice Messages, Severity Level 5 • Fatal Messages, Severity Level 2 Fatal Message %LOCAL7-2-SE_USER_FATAL "SE <%s> Module: A Fatal Error occurred.

  • Page 199

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Fatal Messages, Severity Level 2 Fatal Message %LOCAL7-2-LIC_CRASH_FATAL "HW internal error: LIC Interrupt - bypass wd not working in crash mode." Explanation This is an internal hardware error that occurs when bypass does not work in the crash mode, and a linecard interrupt occurs.

  • Page 200: Error Messages, Severity Level 3

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Error Messages, Severity Level 3 Fatal Message SIMBA_USR_HW_MONITOR_FATAL "<%s>: <%s> hardware monitor status is FATAL Explanation This message is displayed when a fatal error occurs in any of the corresponding hardware modules.

  • Page 201: Control Card Error Messages

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Control Card Error Messages Control Card Error Messages Control Card Error Message %LOCAL7-3-RESTART_FAILED_SHUT_DOWN "Management agent restart procedure failed This message is displayed to indicate that the management agent is going to restart, and Explanation the status of the management agent is not down.

  • Page 202: Line Card Error Messages

    Control Card Error Message %LOCAL7-3-MESSAGE_QUEUE_FAILURE "This is a five string dbg message 1 Explanation This message is generated when Cisco SCE fails to read the logger message from the logger queue because the queue is corrupted. This message displays the error details of the queue, queue index, and queue information.

  • Page 203: Informational Messages, Severity Level 6

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-INIT_SUCCEEDED: Part init - Partitions manager initialization succeeded, total application memory size size. This message is displayed when memory is successfully allocated for the partition Explanation manager from the memory block, and initialization is successful.

  • Page 204

    In this message, hostname is the new host name. None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-FLASH_TO_DEFAULT_CALLED: CPU#000 'Reset to Default' called." Explanation This message is displayed to indicate that the system has started resetting the Cisco SCE configurations to factory default configurations. None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6- FLASH_TO_DEFAULT_FINISHED: "'Reset to Default' finished."...

  • Page 205

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6- SHUTDOWNCC_CALLED:"Shutting down the box per user request." This message is displayed when the Cisco SCE 8000 platform is shut down on a user’s Explanation request. Recommended Action None.

  • Page 206

    Explanation This message is displayed to indicate that all the configuration files corresponding to the Cisco Service Control Operating System (Cisco SCOS) and management agents have been deleted, and the default configuration added to the files. Recommended Action None.

  • Page 207

    CLI. Recommended Action None. Error Message %LOCAL7-6-CREATE_DIR:"File system operation This message is displayed to indicate the creation of a directory in Cisco SCE using the Explanation mkdir command in the CLI. Recommended Action None.

  • Page 208

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-SET_ENABLED_CFG_USER:"Management agent was <state> by user configuration." Explanation This message is displayed to indicate that the user information management agent in Cisco SCE is enabled or disabled by user configuration.

  • Page 209

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-UM_AGENT_IS_DOWN:"Management agent is down." This message is displayed when the user management agent is down. Explanation None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-EXTERNAL_BYPASS_ACTIVATED:"Activating external bypass device due to user request"...

  • Page 210

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-EXTERNAL_BYPASS_WIRE_TEST_AUTO_NEG_TEMP_OFF:"External bypass test is on. deactivating auto-negotiation for interface <intf-name>." Explanation This message is displayed while performing the external bypass test. Auto negotiation, if supported, is deactivated for the interface.

  • Page 211

    Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-PEER_IP_SET:"Peer box IP address is ip-addr." This message is displayed when Cisco SCE sets the IP address of the peer box for the Explanation first time. It verifies if the previous IP address is set; if not, the IP address is set to a new IP address.

  • Page 212

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-STARTED_COMPARE: "Package compare started on file 'pkg-filename'" Explanation This debug informational message is displayed when the package comparison process begins. The package that is compared is displayed on the screen.

  • Page 213

    This message is displayed after an application is assigned to a line card slot. The Cisco Explanation SCE 8000 platform displays the application assigned to a particular line card slot number, and the application file name. In this message, slot-num indicates the slot number.

  • Page 214

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-UNASSIGNCFG_OK: "Current application on slot slot-num was successfully un-assigned." Explanation This message is displayed when an application is successfully unassigned from a line card slot.

  • Page 215

    Explanation Recommended Action None. Error Message %LOCAL7-6-LINKMODE_BYPASS_TRAP: "<%s>" Explanation This trap is generated when the Cisco SCE link mode is set to bypass state. None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-LINKMODE_FORWARDING_TRAP: "<%s>" Explanation This trap is generated when the Cisco SCE link mode is set to forwarding state.

  • Page 216

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-LINKMODE_SNIFFING_TRAP: "<%s>" This trap is generated when the Cisco SCE link mode is set to sniffing state. Explanation None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-REMOVE_ALL_INTRODUCED_MAPPINGS: "Removing all introduced subscribers' mappings."...

  • Page 217

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-SET_MAX_TIRS: "Setting maximum number of TIRs to: %u." This message is displayed in response to a command that is issued to set a new upper Explanation limit of IP range to the Traffic Processor IP Range (TIR).

  • Page 218

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-REPLACE_ENDED: "Application replace ended on slot %ld, replace finished." Explanation This message is displayed when application replacement is completed. None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-TRAVERSING_ALL: "slot number %d analyzing transport layer information"...

  • Page 219

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-DEBUG_SSH_ACCESS: "<%s> access to debug-ssh (port 2200)" This message is displayed when debug SSH access to port 2200 is enabled. Explanation None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-BIND_VTY_SERVICE : "Telnet service bound to management vlan...

  • Page 220

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-BIND_SNMP_SERVICE: "SNMP service binded to management vlan (%u)" Explanation This message is displayed when the SNMP service is bound to the management VLAN. None.

  • Page 221

    Explanation None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-OPERATIONAL_STATUS_WARNING_TRAP: "<%s>" This SNMP trap is generated to indicate that the Cisco SCE platform is operational until Explanation one of the following states occur: Link on one of the line ports is down –...

  • Page 222

    Insufficient space on the disk – If the condition that causes the Cisco SCE platform to be in the Warning state is resolved, it Note means that when the link is up, the Cisco SCE platform will revert back to the operational state.

  • Page 223

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-CHASSIS_TEMP_ALARMON_TRAP : "<%s>" This SNMP trap is generated when the chassis temperature alarm is in the On state. Explanation None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-CHASSIS_TEMP_ALARMOFF_TRAP: "<%s>"...

  • Page 224

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-RDR_NOACTIVECONNECTION_TRAP: "<%s>" This SNMP trap is generated when there is no active connection between the RDR Explanation formatter and the collection manager. Recommended Action None.

  • Page 225

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-SESSION_DENIEDACCESS_TRAP : "<%s>" This SNMP trap is generated when the agent entity denies a session from an Explanation unauthorized source. Recommended Action None. Error Message %LOCAL7-6-SESSION_BADLOGIN_TRAP: "<%s>"...

  • Page 226

    None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-MODULE_LOST_REDUNDANCY:"<%s>" Explanation This SNMP trap is generated when module redundancy is lost in Cisco SCE. None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-MODULE_REDUNDANCY_CONF_MISMATCH:"<%s>" This SNMP trap is generated when there is a mismatch in the configuration with module Explanation redundancy of Cisco SCE.

  • Page 227

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-SESSION_DENIED_NO_PASSWORD:"A telnet session from <%s> was terminated - user password not supplied." Explanation This message is generated when a telnet access is denied because of the user password has not been received.

  • Page 228

    Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-VLAN_ADDED: "Added new management vlan %u" Explanation This message, which is specific to Cisco SCE 8000, is generated when a new management VLAN interface is added. A virtual interface named bond0.vlanId is created during this action.

  • Page 229

    Error Message %LOCAL7-6-EXECUTE_PARTY_FILE_INFO1: "executePartyFile() <%s>." This message is generated when timeout occurs while waiting for another task to Explanation complete the related operation. This informational message is displayed when Cisco SCOS tries to execute the party and mapping files. None.

  • Page 230

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-CHANGE_MODE_AUTO: "Management Failover mode has been changed to automatic mode." Explanation This message is generated when the management failover mode is changed to automatic mode.

  • Page 231

    This message is triggered by the Service Control Management Protocol (SCMP) engine when it detects the loss of synchronization with the peer identified by the corresponding peer name. Cisco SCE removes all the events sent to the peer connection and all the subscribers owned by that peer connection.

  • Page 232

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 When the peer configuration is changed. – None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-PEER_DISCONNECTED: "Lost connection with peer '<%s>'" This message is generated when connection with the corresponding peer is lost.

  • Page 233

    None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-STATE_TRANSITION: "state changed from <%s> to <%s>." Explanation This message is generated when there is a change in the state of the Cisco SCE cascade topology from the present state. None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-USER_FAILOVER: "Redundancy: User failover = %d."...

  • Page 234

    This message is displayed to indicate that the Subscriber Manager connection is down due to the session timeout. The connection status is verified in the cascade connection when one of the Cisco SCE platforms has the Subscriber Manager connection and tries to verify another Cisco SCE platform connection.

  • Page 235

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-VAS_LC_GROUP_IS_ACTIVE : "VAS Server Group %lu is now operative" Explanation This message is displayed when the VAS server group becomes operational. None. Recommended Action Error Message %LOCAL7-6-VAS_LC_SERVER_IS_UP: "VAS server %lu is UP"...

  • Page 236

    Informational Messages, Severity Level 6 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-VAS_HC_SERVER_LOG_EVENT_NO_VLAN: "Vas Health Check Monitor This message is generated when Cisco SCE is unable to run the VAS health check Explanation monitor for a given VAS server because the VLAN tag for the server is missing.

  • Page 237: Warning Messages, Severity Level 4

    Warning Messages, Severity Level 4 Error Message %LOCAL7-6-APP_MAIN_STARTED: "SCE Application main process starting init phase." Explanation This debug message is displayed when the Cisco SCE application’s main process starts the initialization phase. None. Recommended Action Warning Messages, Severity Level 4 Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DBG_FLUSH_FILES_FAILED: "DBG failure...

  • Page 238

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Warning Messages, Severity Level 4 Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DBG_SCROLL_TO_NEXT_FAILED1: "DBG failure This message is generated when the current DBG or statistics log file does not open Explanation when a user tries to scroll the file.

  • Page 239

    Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DBG_INIT_FAILED_LOAD_HIST_FILES: "DBG Init failure: Failed loading histogram file (bad file or format)." Explanation This message is generated when Cisco SCE fails to load the watermarks from the histogram file due to the following reasons: Failed to read and find the histogram file.

  • Page 240

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Warning Messages, Severity Level 4 Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DBG_INIT_FAILED_AFTER_HC2: "DBG Init failure This warning message is generated when the open or create operation of a new debug Explanation file fails. This operation is attempted when there is an error in the header obtained from the second debug log file because it is corrupted, that is, the file is not in the full, empty, or active state.

  • Page 241

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Warning Messages, Severity Level 4 Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DBG_INIT_SCROLL_TO_END_FAILED: "DBG Init failure This message is generated when the scrolling operation to the end of the file fails. Explanation None. Recommended Action Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DBG_INIT_SCROLL_TO_NEXT_FAILED: "DBG Init failure...

  • Page 242

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Warning Messages, Severity Level 4 Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-USER_SCROLL_TO_NEXT_FAILED1: "User log This message is generated when a file is inactive or an error occurs on opening the Explanation corresponding user log file.

  • Page 243

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Warning Messages, Severity Level 4 Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-FORCE_LINK_DOWN "Link failure reflection This message is generated when link-failure reflection occurs when the link on a port is Explanation forced down by another port.

  • Page 244

    Cisco SCE is on the standby mode. None. Recommended Action Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DEBUG_TELNET_ACCESS_FAILED: "Fail to <%s> debug-telnet (port 2300)" This message is displayed when Cisco SCE fails to enable debug telnet access from the Explanation remote machines. None. Recommended Action Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DEBUG_SHELL_ACCESS_FAILED: "Fail to <%s>...

  • Page 245

    Recommended Action Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-BIND_VTY_SERVICE_FAILED: "Fail to bind telnet service to management vlan (%u) and address (<%s>)" Explanation This message is displayed when the Cisco SCE fails to bind the telnet service to a corresponding management VLAN. None. Recommended Action Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-UNBIND_VTY_SERVICE_FAILED: "Fail to un-bind telnet...

  • Page 246

    This message is displayed when a warning message is added to a user log file. None. Recommended Action Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DBG_SECURE_FILES_FAILED: "DBG failure: Failed to secure DBG files." This message is generated when Cisco SCE fails to ensure that the dbg file exists and is Explanation not corrupt. None. Recommended Action Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DBG_MESSAGE_MASKED: "DBG masked message - severity = %d ,...

  • Page 247

    Warning Message %LOCAL7-4-DBG_MESSAGE_FAILED_SCROLL: "DBG message failed - failed to scroll to next" Explanation This warning message is displayed when Cisco SCE archives the existing file and fails to open a new file in place of the existing file. None. Recommended Action...

  • Page 248

    Appendix C Cisco Service Control Engine System Log Messages Warning Messages, Severity Level 4 Cisco SCE8000 GBE Installation and Configuration Guide C-52...

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