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7705 SERVICE AGGREGATION
ROUTER | RELEASE 8.0.R7
Basic System Configuration Guide
3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA
Edition: 01
September 2017
Nokia — Proprietary and confidential.
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  • Page 1

    Basic System Configuration Guide 7705 SERVICE AGGREGATION ROUTER | RELEASE 8.0.R7 Basic System Configuration Guide 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01 September 2017 Nokia — Proprietary and confidential. Use pursuant to applicable agreements.

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    © 2016-2017 Nokia. Contains proprietary/trade secret information which is the property of Nokia and must not be made available to, or copied or used by anyone outside Nokia without its written authorization. Not to be used or disclosed except in accordance with applicable agreements.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Preface...................13 About This Guide..................13 1.1.1 Audience....................14 1.1.2 List of Technical Publications ..............14 1.1.3 Technical Support..................15 7705 SAR System Configuration Process........17 CLI Usage ..................19 CLI Structure .....................20 Navigating in the CLI .................22 3.2.1 CLI Contexts....................22 3.2.2 Basic CLI Commands................23 3.2.3 CLI Environment Commands ..............26...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Telnet Connection ...................151 5.4.2.1 Running Telnet ..................152 5.4.3 SSH Connection ..................152 5.4.3.1 Running SSH...................153 Accessing the Management Port on a 7705 SAR-W.......154 Accessing MPT Radios Connected to a 7705 SAR.........155 Configuration Notes.................157 5.7.1 Reference Sources..................157 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Basic System Configuration Guide Configuring Boot File Options with the CLI..........159 BOF Configuration Overview..............160 5.10 Basic BOF Configuration .................161 5.11 Configuring BOF Parameters ..............162 5.12 Service Management Tasks ..............164 5.12.1 System Administration Commands ............164 5.12.1.1 Viewing the Current Configuration ............164 5.12.1.2 Modifying or Deleting BOF Parameters...........165 5.12.1.3...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Basic System Configuration Guide 6.3.4.1 Saving Configurations ................214 6.3.4.2 Specifying Post-Boot Configuration Files ..........215 6.3.5 Automatic Synchronization ..............215 6.3.5.1 Boot-Env Option ..................215 6.3.5.2 Config Option...................216 6.3.6 Manual Synchronization ................216 6.3.6.1 Forcing a Switchover ................216 Node Timing ....................217 6.4.1 External Timing Mode................221 6.4.2 Line Timing Mode ..................223 6.4.3...

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    Basic System Configuration Guide 6.10.2 Configuring Synchronization and Redundancy ........289 6.10.2.1 Configuring Synchronization..............290 6.10.2.2 Configuring Manual Synchronization............290 6.10.2.3 Forcing a Switchover ................290 6.10.2.4 Configuring Synchronization Options ............291 6.10.2.5 Configuring Multi-Chassis Redundancy ..........292 6.10.3 Configuring ATM Parameters ..............293 6.10.4 Configuring Backup Copies ..............294 6.10.5 Configuring System Administration Parameters........295 6.10.5.1...

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    Basic System Configuration Guide 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

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    Supported Timestamp Frequencies for DCR-timed Circuits ....229 Table 25 IEEE 1588v2 PTP Support per Fixed Platform ........231 Table 26 IEEE 1588v2 PTP Support per Card on the 7705 SAR-8 and 7705 SAR-18 ..................233 Table 27 Rates for IP-Encapsulated PTP Messages ..........238 Table 28 1pps/ToD Message Support ..............246...

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    Basic System Configuration Guide Table 34 Show System CPU Output Fields ............417 Table 35 Show CRON Run History Output Fields ..........419 Table 36 Show CRON Schedule Output Fields ............421 Table 37 Show CRON Script Output Fields ............423 Table 38 Show DHCPv6 Configuration Output Fields ..........424 Table 39 Show System Information Output Fields ..........425 Table 40...

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    System Initialization - Part 2 ..............136 Figure 7 System Initialization With ADP ..............137 Figure 8 System Startup Flow ................147 Figure 9 7705 SAR Console Port ................151 System Management ..............193 Figure 10 MC-LAG at Access and Aggregation Sites..........208 Figure 11 BITS Timing Source Path ................222 Figure 12 Differential Clock Recovery on a Network ..........228...

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    Basic System Configuration Guide 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 13: Preface

    Note: This manual generically covers Release 8.0 content and may contain some content that will be released in later maintenance loads. Please refer to the 7705 SAR OS 8.0.Rx Software Release Notes, part number 3HE11057000xTQZZA, for information on features supported in each load of the Release 8.0 software.

  • Page 14: Audience

    1.1.1 Audience This guide is intended for network administrators who are responsible for configuring the 7705 SAR routers. It is assumed that the network administrators have an understanding of networking principles and configurations. Concepts described in this guide include the following: •...

  • Page 15: Technical Support

    (OAM) tools. 1.1.3 Technical Support If you purchased a service agreement for your 7705 SAR router and related products from a distributor or authorized reseller, contact the technical support staff for that distributor or reseller for assistance. If you purchased a Nokia service agreement,...

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    Preface Basic System Configuration Guide 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 17: Sar System Configuration Process

    Basic System Configuration Guide 7705 SAR System Configuration Process 2 7705 SAR System Configuration Process Table 1 lists the tasks that are required to navigate the Command Line Interface (CLI), configure basic router and system parameters, perform operational functions with directory and file management, and configure boot option parameters.

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    7705 SAR System Configuration Process Basic System Configuration Guide 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 19: Cli Usage

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage 3 CLI Usage This chapter provides information about using the Command Line Interface (CLI). Topics in this chapter include: • CLI Structure • Navigating in the CLI • Getting Help in the CLI • The CLI Command Prompt •...

  • Page 20: Cli Structure

    7705 SAR routers. The 7705 SAR CLI command tree is a hierarchical inverted tree. At the highest level is the ROOT level. Below this level are other tree levels with the major command groups;...

  • Page 21

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Figure 2 Operational Root Commands ROOT SHOW alias boot-messages card chassis CLEAR card cron cron debug filter eth-cfm filter DEBUG port router radius multilink-bundle router pools screen service port service TOOLS snmp dump system sync-if-timing perform redundancy...

  • Page 22: Navigating In The Cli

    CLI Monitor Commands 3.2.1 CLI Contexts Use the CLI to access, configure, and manage 7705 SAR routers. CLI commands are entered at the command line prompt. Access to specific CLI commands is controlled by the permissions set by your system administrator. Entering a CLI command makes navigation possible from one command context (or level) to another.

  • Page 23: Basic Cli Commands

    Displays a list of the most recently entered commands info Displays the running configuration for a configuration context logout Terminates the CLI session mrinfo Displays multicast information from the target multicast router. See the 7705 SAR OAM and Diagnostics Guide for details. Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

  • Page 24

    Description mstat Traces a multicast path from a source to a receiver and displays multicast packet rate and loss information. See the 7705 SAR OAM and Diagnostics Guide for details. mtrace Traces a multicast path from a source to a receiver and displays hop- by-hop information.

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    - Write text to another user *A:ALU-12>config>service# Table 3 lists command syntax symbols. Where the syntax differs between the CLI and the Command Reference sections of the 7705 SAR guides is noted in the table. Table 3 Command Syntax Symbols Symbol...

  • Page 26: Cli Environment Commands

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide 3.2.3 CLI Environment Commands The CLI environment commands are found in the root>environment context of the CLI tree. These commands control session preferences for a single CLI session. The CLI environment commands are listed in Table Table 4 CLI Environment Commands...

  • Page 27

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage The <Ctrl-c> keystroke interrupts a monitoring process. Monitor command configurations cannot be saved. You must enter the command for each monitoring session. If the maximum limits are configured, you can monitor the statistical information for a maximum of 60 × 999 s (approximately 1000 minutes, or 16.6 hours).

  • Page 28: Getting Help In The Cli

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide 3.3 Getting Help in the CLI The help system commands and the ? key display different types of help in the CLI. Table 6 lists the help commands. Table 6 Online Help Commands Command Description Lists all commands in the current context string ?

  • Page 29

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Figure 3 CLI Display for CLI Tree Help *A:ALU-12>config# tree *A:ALU-12>config# tree detail configure configure +---card +---card <slot-number> | +---card-type | no card <slot-number> | +---mda | +---card-type <card-type> | | +---clock-mode | | no card-type | | +---mda-type | +---mda <mda-slot>...

  • Page 30: The Cli Command Prompt

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide 3.4 The CLI Command Prompt By default, the CLI command prompt indicates the device being accessed and the current CLI context. For example, the prompt A:ALU-1>config>router# indicates that the active CSM is CSM A, the user is on the device with hostname ALU-1, and the current context is configure router.

  • Page 31: Displaying Configuration Contexts

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage 3.5 Displaying Configuration Contexts The info and info detail commands display the configuration for the current level. The info command displays non-default configurations. The info detail command displays the entire configuration for the current level, including defaults. The following example shows the output that displays using the info command and the output that displays using the info detail command.

  • Page 32: Exec Files

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide 3.6 EXEC Files The exec command allows you to execute a text file of CLI commands as if it were typed at a console device. The exec command and the associated exec files can be used to conveniently execute a number of commands that are always executed together in the same order.

  • Page 33: Entering Cli Commands

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage 3.7 Entering CLI Commands The following sections describe additional information on entering CLI commands: • Command Completion • Unordered Parameters • Editing Keystrokes • Absolute Paths • History • Entering Numerical Ranges • Pipe/Match •...

  • Page 34: Unordered Parameters

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide 3.7.2 Unordered Parameters In a given context, the CLI accepts command parameters in any order as long as the command is formatted in the proper command keyword and parameter syntax. Command completion will still work as long as enough recognizable characters of the command are entered.

  • Page 35: Absolute Paths

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Table 7 Command Editing Keystrokes (Continued) Editing Action Keystrokes Move forward one word <Esc><f> Convert rest of word to uppercase <Esc><c> Convert rest of word to lowercase <Esc><l> Delete remainder of word <Esc><d> Delete word up to cursor <Ctrl-w>...

  • Page 36: History

    *A:ALU-1# 3.7.6 Entering Numerical Ranges The 7705 SAR CLI allows the use of a single numerical range as an argument in the command line. A range in a CLI command is limited to positive integers and is denoted with two numbers enclosed in square brackets with two periods (“..”) between the numbers [x..

  • Page 37

    [1..2] for the MDA and [1..10] for the port number Ranges within quotation marks are In the 7705 SAR CLI, enclosing a string in quotation marks (“string”) interpreted literally causes the string to be treated literally and as a single parameter. For example, several commands in the 7705 SAR CLI allow the configuration of a descriptive string.

  • Page 38: Pipe/match

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide 3.7.7 Pipe/Match The 7705 SAR supports the pipe/match (...| match) feature to search one or more files for a specified character string or pattern. Match syntax: match pattern context {parents | children | all} [ignore-case] [max-count lines-count] [expression]...

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    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Bindings on SDP 101 has been updated." A:ALU-12# show log log-id 98 | match max-count 1 "service 1001" "Status of service 1001 (customer 1)changed to administrative state: up, operational state: up" *A:ALU-12# admin display-config | match post-lines 5 max-count 2 expression "snmp” snmp exit login-control...

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    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide Table 9 Pipe/Match Characters (Continued) String Description Matches exactly m repetitions of the term {m,} Matches m or more repetitions of the term The preceding item is optional and matched at most once The preceding item is matched one or more times Used between start and end of a range An escape character to indicate that the following character is a match criterion and not a grouping delimiter...

  • Page 41: Pipe/count

    CLI Usage 3.7.8 Pipe/Count The 7705 SAR supports a pipe/count command (...| count) that provides a count of the number of lines that would have otherwise been displayed. The pipe/count command is particularly useful when used in conjunction with the pipe/match command in order to count the number of output lines that match a specified pattern.

  • Page 42: Cli Configuration Rollback

    Rollback checkpoint files and rescue files are created with the rollback save command. A rollback checkpoint file can be saved at any time or configured to be automatically saved on a recurring schedule using the 7705 SAR CRON feature. For more information refer to CRON.

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    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage By default, there can be 10 rollback checkpoint files, the latest with suffix *.rb and nine older files with suffixes *.rb.1 through *.rb.9. If the maximum number of checkpoint files is reached and a new one is saved, the oldest checkpoint file is deleted.

  • Page 44: Rollback File Backup

    The rollback checkpoint files can be backed up from the active CSM to the standby CSM on the 7705 SAR-8 or 7705 SAR-18 with the rollback-sync command in the admin context. Rollback file backups are not supported on fixed platforms as they do not have redundant CSMs.

  • Page 45: Rollback Restrictions

    • config>card>mda • config>card>mda>mda-type While the 7705 SAR is processing a rollback revert command, CLI and SNMP commands from other users are still accepted and applied to the system. The only commands that are blocked during this process are other rollback commands including revert, save, and compare.

  • Page 46

    If Control-C is used during a CLI rollback reversion, the 7705 SAR displays a warning message to indicate that the operator must examine the configuration and potentially issue another rollback revert command to return to a known, complete configuration.

  • Page 47: Basic Command Reference

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage 3.9 Basic Command Reference 3.9.1 Command Hierarchies • Basic CLI Commands • Environment Commands • Monitor Commands • Rollback Commands • Show Commands Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

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    [detail] — logout — mrinfo [See 7705 SAR OAM and Diagnostics Guide for command description] — mstat [See 7705 SAR OAM and Diagnostics Guide for command description] — mtrace [See 7705 SAR OAM and Diagnostics Guide for command description] —...

  • Page 49: Monitor Commands

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage — [no] time-stamp 3.9.1.3 Monitor Commands monitor — filter — ip-filter-id entry entry-id [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] — ipv6 ip-filter-id entry entry-id [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] — management-access-filter —...

  • Page 50: Show Commands

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide — rollback-sync config — system — rollback — local-max-checkpoints number — no local-max-checkpoints — remote-max-checkpoints number — [no] remote-max-checkpoints — [no] rescue-location file-url | rescue filename — [no] rollback-location file-url | rollback filename config —...

  • Page 51: Command Descriptions

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage 3.9.2 Command Descriptions • Basic CLI Commands • Environment Commands • Monitor CLI Commands • Rollback Commands • Show Commands Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

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    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide 3.9.2.1 Basic CLI Commands enable-admin Syntax enable-admin Context <global> Description See the description for the admin-password command. If the admin-password is configured in the config>system>security>password context, then any user can enter a special administrative mode by entering the enable-admin command. The enable-admin command is in the default profile.

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    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage There are two ways to verify that a user is in the enable-admin mode: • show users – administrator can learn which users are in this mode • enter the enable-admin command again at the root prompt and an error message will be returned A:ALU-1# show users ===============================================================================...

  • Page 54

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide group-encryption — accesses group encryption-related clear commands ipsec — accesses IPSec-related clear commands lag — accesses LAG-related clear commands log — closes and reinitializes the log specified by log-id mda — reinitializes the specified MDA in a particular slot mw —...

  • Page 55

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage exec Syntax exec [-echo] [-syntax] {filename | <<[eof-marker-string]} Context <global> Description This command executes the contents of a text file as if they were CLI commands entered at the console. Exec commands do not have no versions. Related commands are: •...

  • Page 56

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide Description This command returns to the context from which the current level was entered. For example, if you navigated to the current level on a context by context basis, then the exit command only moves the cursor back one level. ALU-1# configure ALU-1>config# router ALU-1>config>router# mpls...

  • Page 57

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Available editing keystrokes: Delete current character.....Ctrl-d Delete text up to cursor.....Ctrl-u Delete text after cursor.....Ctrl-k Move to beginning of line....Ctrl-a Move to end of line......Ctrl-e Get prior command from history....Ctrl-p Get next command from history....Ctrl-n Move cursor left......Ctrl-b Move cursor right......Ctrl-f Move back one word......Esc-b...

  • Page 58

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide history Syntax history Context <global> Description This command lists the last 30 commands entered in this session. Re-execute a command in the history with the !n command, where n is the line number associated with the command in the history output. For example: ALU-1# history 68 info...

  • Page 59

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage For example: ALU-1>config>router>mpls# info ------------------------------------------ mpls interface "system" exit interface "to_1/2/1" label-map 131 no shutdown exit exit static-lsp "to121" to 10.8.8.8 push 121 nexthop 10.1.3.1 no shutdown exit no shutdown exit exit ---------------------------------------------- ALU-1>config>router>mpls# By default, the command only enters the configuration parameters that vary from the default values.

  • Page 60

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide Description This command changes a user CLI login password. When a user logs in after the administrator forces a new-password-at-login, or the password has expired (aging), then this command is automatically invoked. When invoked, the user is prompted to enter the old password, the new password, and then the new password again to verify the correct input.

  • Page 61

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage dns-name — the DNS name (if DNS name resolution is configured) of the remote host to ping Values 128 characters maximum rapid | detail — the rapid parameter specifies to send ping requests rapidly. The results are reported in a single message, not in individual messages for each ping request.

  • Page 62

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide requests — the number of ping requests to send to the remote host, expressed as a decimal integer Values 1 to 10000 Default do-not-fragment — specifies that the request frame should not be fragmented. This option is particularly useful in combination with the size parameter for maximum MTU determination.

  • Page 63

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage When the previous keyword is specified, the previous context is displayed. This is the context entered by the CLI parser upon execution of the exit command. The current context of the CLI is not affected by the pwc command. Parameters previous —...

  • Page 64

    This command opens a Telnet session to a remote host. Telnet servers in 7705 SAR networks limit a Telnet client to three retries to log in. The Telnet server disconnects the Telnet client session after three retries. The number of retry attempts for a Telnet client session is not user-configurable.

  • Page 65

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage dns-name — the DNS name (if DNS name resolution is configured) of the remote host Values 128 characters maximum port — the TCP port number to use to Telnet to the remote host, expressed as a decimal integer Values 1 to 65535...

  • Page 66

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide milliseconds — the time in milliseconds to wait for a response to a probe, expressed as a decimal integer Values 1 to 60000 Default 5000 no-dns — when the no-dns keyword is specified, a DNS lookup for the specified host name will not be performed Default DNS lookups are performed...

  • Page 67

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Description This command sends a console message to a specific user or to all users with active console sessions. Parameters user — the name of a user with an active console session to which to send a console message Values any valid CLI username...

  • Page 68: Environment Commands

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide 3.9.2.2 Environment Commands alias Syntax alias alias-name alias-command-name no alias alias-name Context environment Description This command enables the substitution of a command line by an alias. Use the alias command to create alternative names for an entity or command string that are easier to understand and remember.

  • Page 69

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage more Syntax [no] more Context environment Description This command enables per-screen CLI output, meaning that the output is displayed on a screen-by-screen basis. The terminal screen length can be modified with the terminal command. The following prompt appears at the end of each screen of paginated output: Press any key to continue (Q to quit) The no form of the command displays the output all at once.

  • Page 70

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters no-of-nodes-in-prompt — the maximum number of higher-level nodes displayed by name in the prompt, expressed as a decimal integer Values 0 to 15 Default saved-ind-prompt Syntax [no] saved-ind-prompt Context environment Description This command enables a saved indicator in the prompt. When changes are made to the configuration file, a “*”...

  • Page 71

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage length Syntax length lines Context environment>terminal Description This command sets the terminal screen length (number of lines). Default 24 — terminal dimensions are set to 24 lines long by 80 characters wide Parameters lines — the number of lines for the terminal screen length Values 1 to 512 width...

  • Page 72

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide time-stamp Syntax [no] time-stamp Context environment Description This command displays timestamps before the CLI prompt, indicating the last time that the command was completed. The date and time are displayed; the time format is either local or UTC, depending on how it was set with the time-display command.

  • Page 73: Monitor Cli Commands

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage 3.9.2.3 Monitor CLI Commands filter Syntax filter Context monitor Description This command enables the context to configure criteria to monitor IP filter statistics. Syntax ip ip-filter-id entry entry-id [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] Context monitor>filter Description...

  • Page 74

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide absolute — displays raw statistics, without processing. No calculations are performed on the delta or rate statistics. rate — displays the rate per second for each statistic instead of the delta Output The following output is an example of statistical information for the specified IP filter entry. Output Example ALU-1>monitor# filter ip 10 entry 1 interval 3 repeat 3 absolute ===============================================================================...

  • Page 75

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ing. Matches : 0 Egr. Matches : 0 ipv6 Syntax ipv6 ipv6-filter-id entry entry-id [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] Context monitor>filter Description This command enables IPv6 filter monitoring. The statistical information for the specified IPv6 filter entry is displayed at the configured interval until the configured count is reached.

  • Page 76

    This command enables the context to configure criteria to monitor management access filters. Management access filters control all traffic. They can be used to restrict management of the 7705 SAR by other nodes outside specific (sub)networks or through designated ports. Syntax...

  • Page 77

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage ipv6 Syntax ipv6 entry entry-id [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] Context monitor>management-access-filter Description This command enables IPv6 filter monitoring. The statistical information for the specified IPv6 filter entry is displayed at the configured interval until the configured count is reached. The first screen displays the current statistics related to the specified IPv6 filter.

  • Page 78

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide When the keyword rate is specified, the rate per second for each statistic is displayed instead of the delta. The percentage of the port being used is also displayed. For Ethernet ports, the usage includes inter-frame gap and preamble. Monitor commands are similar to show commands, but only statistical information is displayed.

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    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets Packets Errors =============================================================================== ALU-12>monitor# ALU-12>monitor# port 1/1/4 interval 3 repeat 3 rate =============================================================================== Monitor statistics for Port 1/1/4 =============================================================================== Input Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets Packets Errors -------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Page 80

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters router-instance — specifies the router name or service ID Values router-name: Base, management service-id: 1 to 2147483647 Default Base service-name — specifies the service name, 64 characters maximum session Syntax session ldp-id [ldp-id...(up to 5 max)] [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] Context monitor>router>ldp Description...

  • Page 81

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Output Example ALU-103>monitor>router>ldp# session 10.10.10.104 interval 3 repeat 3 absolute =============================================================================== Monitor statistics for LDP Session 10.10.10.104 =============================================================================== Sent Received ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FECs Hello 5288 5289 Keepalive 8225 8225...

  • Page 82

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide Label Mapping Label Request Label Release Label Withdraw Label Abort Notification Address Address Withdraw ======================================================================== ALU-12>monitor>router>ldp# ALU-12>monitor>router>ldp# session 10.10.10.104 interval 3 repeat 3 rate =============================================================================== Monitor statistics for LDP Session 10.10.10.104 =============================================================================== Sent Received ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Page 83

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Address Address Withdraw ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 9 sec (Mode: Rate) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FECs Hello Keepalive Init Label Mapping Label Request Label Release Label Withdraw Label Abort Notification Address Address Withdraw =============================================================================== ALU-12>monitor>router>ldp# statistics Syntax statistics [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] Context...

  • Page 84

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide Output The following output is an example of statistics for an LDP instance. Output Example ALU-12>monitor>router>ldp# statistics interval 3 repeat 3 absolute =============================================================================== Monitor statistics for LDP instance =============================================================================== At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Addr FECs Sent Addr FECs Recv...

  • Page 85

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Addr FECs Sent Addr FECs Recv Serv FECs Sent Serv FECs Recv =============================================================================== group Syntax group grp-ip-address [source ip-address] [interval interval] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] Context monitor>router>pim Description This command monitors statistics for a PIM source group. Parameters grp-ip-address —...

  • Page 86

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide The first screen displays the current statistics related to the specified RIP neighbors. The subsequent statistical information listed for each interval is displayed as a delta to the previous screen output. When the keyword rate is specified, the rate per second for each statistic is displayed instead of the delta.

  • Page 87

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage service Syntax service Context monitor Description This command enables the context to configure criteria to monitor specific service SAP criteria. Syntax id service-id Context monitor>service Description This command displays statistics for a specific service, specified by the service-id, at the configured interval until the configured count is reached.

  • Page 88

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide Monitor commands are similar to show commands, but only statistical information is displayed. Monitor commands display the selected statistics according to the configured number of times at the interval specified. Parameters sap-id — identifies the SAP for the service The sap-id can be configured in one of the formats described in Table 11.

  • Page 89

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Table 11 SAP ID Configurations (Continued) Type Syntax Example slot/mda/port.channel 1/1/1.3 ima-grp bundle-id[:vpi/vci | vpi | vpi1.vpi2] 1/1/3.1 ipcp slot/mda/port.channel 1/2/2.4 hdlc slot/mda/port.channel 1/1/3.1 lag-id lag-id lag-1 mw-link-id mw-link-id mw-link-1 aps-id aps-group-id[.channel] aps-1 bundle-id bundle-[ima | ppp]-slot/mda.bundle- bundle-ima-1/1.1 tunnel-id...

  • Page 90

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide aps-id aps-group-id[.channel] keyword group-id 1 to 24 mw-link-id mw-link-id id 1 to 24 lag-id lag-id keyword 1 to 32 qtag1 *, 0 to 4094 qtag2 *, 0 to 4094 0 to 4095 0 to 255 1, 2, 5 to 65535 dlci 16 to 1022...

  • Page 91

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage qtag1, qtag2 — specifies the encapsulation value used to identify the SAP on the port or sub-port. For dot1q encapsulation, only qtag1 is used; for qinq encapsulation, both qtag1 and qtag2 are used. If qtag1 or qtag2 is not specifically defined, the value 0 is used.

  • Page 92

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide sap-aggregation-group Syntax sap-aggregation-group group-id [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] Context monitor>service>id Description This command displays the statistics for the specified SAP aggregation group that is associated with the service. Parameters group-id — specifies the identifier for the SAP aggregation group Values 1 to 32 characters seconds —...

  • Page 93

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Queueing Stats(Egress QoS Policy 1) Dro. InProf Dro. OutProf : n/a For. InProf : 202446 63083956 For. OutProf : n/a ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sap Aggregation Group per Queue Stats ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packets Octets Ingress Queue 1 (Priority) Off.

  • Page 94

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide Off. LoPrio : n/a Dro. HiPrio Dro. LoPrio : n/a For. InProf For. OutProf : 233 77822 Egress Queue 1 For. InProf : 232 72384 For. OutProf : n/a Dro. InProf Dro. OutProf : n/a ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 22 sec (Mode: Delta) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Page 95

    This command displays statistics for an SDP binding associated with this service. Parameters sdp-id — specifies the SDP identifier Values 1 to 17407 ip-address — the system address of the far-end 7705 SAR for the SDP seconds — configures the interval for each display in seconds Values 11 to 60 Default repeat —...

  • Page 96: Rollback Commands

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide 3.9.2.4 Rollback Commands rollback Syntax rollback Context admin config>system Description This command enables the context to configure rollback command parameters. Default compare Syntax compare [to checkpoint2] compare checkpoint1 to checkpoint2 Context admin>rollback Description The compare command with no parameters defined, compares the active configuration to the most recent rollback file.

  • Page 97

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage delete Syntax delete checkpoint-rescue Context admin>rollback Description This command deletes a rollback checkpoint file and decrements the suffix ID numbers of all older rollback checkpoint files. If the config>redundancy>rollback-sync command is enabled, deleting a rollback checkpoint file also deletes the backup file and decrements the suffix ID numbers on the standby CSM.

  • Page 98

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters checkpoint-rescue — identifies the rollback checkpoint or rescue file to revert to Values rescue the rollback rescue file from the configured rescue location latest-rb the most recent rollback checkpoint file from the configured rollback location, with the suffix *.rb checkpoint-id The ID value of a specific rollback checkpoint file from the configured rollback location with the suffix *.rb.x.

  • Page 99

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage view Syntax view [checkpoint-rescue] Context admin>rollback Description This command displays the configuration settings saved in a rollback checkpoint or rescue file, or the active operational system configuration. Default latest-rb Parameters checkpoint-rescue — identifies the configuration file to view Values rescue the rollback rescue file from the configured rescue...

  • Page 100

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide remote-max-checkpoints Syntax remote-max-checkpoints [number] no remote-max-checkpoints Context config>system>rollback Description This command configures the maximum number of rollback checkpoint files that can be saved on a remote device. When the maximum number of files are saved, the oldest rollback checkpoint file will actually have an ID value one less than the configured maximum, because one rollback checkpoint file is always the latest file and does not have an ID number.

  • Page 101

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage remote-locn [hostname | ipv4-address | ipv6-address ] ipv4-address a.b.c.d ipv6-address x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x[-interface] x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d[-interface] x - [0..FFFF]H d - [0..255]D interface: the interface name, 32 chars max, mandatory for link local addresses cflash-id cf3:|cf3-A:|cf3-B: rescue filename — the generic filename for rollback rescue configuration files rollback-location Syntax [no] rollback-location file-url | rollback filename...

  • Page 102

    This command copies all existing rollback checkpoint files from the active CSM compact flash to the standby CSM compact flash on a 7705 SAR-8 or 7705 SAR-18. You can also enable the system to save an automatic backup of each new rollback checkpoint file with the rollback-sync command in the config>redundancy context.

  • Page 103

    Basic System Configuration Guide CLI Usage Rollback checkpoint files can only be backed up from local sources and only by using the two dedicated rollback-sync commands. The synchronize commands in the config>redundancy and admin>redundancy contexts do not apply to rollback checkpoint files.

  • Page 104

    CLI Usage Basic System Configuration Guide 3.9.2.5 Show Commands Note: The following command outputs are examples only; actual displays may differ depending on supported functionality and user configuration. alias Syntax alias Context show Description This command displays a list of existing aliases. Output The following output is an example of alias information, and Table 13...

  • Page 105: File System Management

    Basic System Configuration Guide File System Management 4 File System Management This chapter provides information about file system management. Topics in this chapter include: • The File System • Common Configuration Tasks • File System Command Reference Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

  • Page 106: The File System

    4.1.1 Compact Flash Device The file system is based on a DOS file system. On the 7705 SAR, each CSM has an integrated compact flash device. The names for these devices are: • cf3: •...

  • Page 107: Urls

    OS software, and configuration files and logs. • The 7705 SAR-X has two removable compact flash cards but they are not field- replaceable. Replacement of the devices is done as a repair service.

  • Page 108

    Values: cf1: | cf1-A: | cf1-B: | cf2: | cf2-A: | cf2-B: | cf3: | cf3-A: | cf3-B: (the 7705 SAR-18 supports all values; the 7705 SAR-8 supports cf3:, cf3-A:, and cf3-B:; all fixed platforms support cf3: and cf3-A:) Length: 200 characters maximum, including cflash-id;...

  • Page 109

    SCP client application to send files to the 7705 SAR SCP server. If the external system treats the backslash like an escape character, the backslash delimiter will get stripped by the parser and will not be transmitted to the 7705 SAR SCP server.

  • Page 110: Wildcards

    7597 testfile.cfg 1 File(s) 7597 bytes. 2 Dir(s) 1082368 bytes free. ALU-1>file cf3:\siliconvalley\ # As in a DOS file system, the 7705 SAR wildcard characters can only be used in some of the file commands. 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 111: Common Configuration Tasks

    Basic System Configuration Guide File System Management 4.2 Common Configuration Tasks The following sections describe the basic system tasks that can be performed. • Modifying File Attributes • Creating and Navigating Directories • Copying Files • Moving Files • Deleting Files and Removing Directories •...

  • Page 112: Creating And Navigating Directories

    SSH. The source file for the scp command must be local. The file must reside on the 7705 SAR router. The destination file must be in the format: user@host:file-name. The destination does not need to be local.

  • Page 113: Moving Files

    Basic System Configuration Guide File System Management Use the CLI syntax displayed below to copy files: CLI Syntax: file> copy source-file-url dest-file-url [force] scp local-file-url destination-file-url [router router name | service-id] [force] The following displays an example of the copy command syntax: Example: ALU-1>file cf3::\ # copy 104.cfg cf3::\test1\test2\test3\test.cfg ALU-1>file cf3::\ # scp file1 admin@192.168.x.x:cf3::\file1...

  • Page 114: Deleting Files And Removing Directories

    Use the dir command to display a list of files on a file system. Use the type command to display the contents of a file. Use the version command to display the version of a 7705 SAR both.tim file. 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

  • Page 115

    1 Dir(s) 1043456 bytes free. A:ALU-1>file cf3::\ # type bof.cfg # TiMOS-B-1.1.R1 both/hops NOKIA SAR 7705 # Copyright (c) 2016 Nokia. # All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements. # Built on Wed Apr 9 09:53:01 EDT 2016 by csabuild in /rel2.0/b1/R1/panos/main...

  • Page 116: Repairing The File System

    File System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 4.2.7 Repairing the File System Use the repair command to check a compact flash device for errors and repair any errors found. Use the CLI syntax displayed below to check and repair a compact flash device: CLI Syntax: file repair [flash-id]...

  • Page 117: File System Command Reference

    Basic System Configuration Guide File System Management 4.3 File System Command Reference 4.3.1 Command Hierarchy 4.3.1.1 Configuration Commands file — attrib [+r | -r] file-url — attrib — [file-url] — copy source-file-url dest-file-url [force] — delete file-url [force] — [file-url] [sort-order {d | n | s}] [reverse] —...

  • Page 118

    File System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 4.3.2 Command Descriptions • Configuration Commands 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 119: Configuration Commands

    Basic System Configuration Guide File System Management 4.3.2.1 Configuration Commands file Syntax file Context root Description This command enters the context to perform file system operations. When entering the file context, the prompt changes to reflect the present working directory. Navigating the file system with the cd ..

  • Page 120

    File System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters file-url — the URL for the local file (see Table 14 for parameter descriptions) +r — sets the read-only attribute on the specified file -r — clears/resets the read-only attribute on the specified file Syntax cd [file-url] Context...

  • Page 121

    Basic System Configuration Guide File System Management Parameters source-file-url — the location of the source file or directory to be copied (see file-url) dest-file-url — the destination of the copied file or directory (see file-url) force — forces an immediate copy of the specified files file copy force executes the command without displaying a user prompt message file-url —...

  • Page 122

    File System Management Basic System Configuration Guide n – sorts by filename s – sorts by file size reverse — sorts the files in descending order format Syntax format [flash-id] [reliable] Context file Description This command formats the compact flash. The compact flash must be shut down before formatting.

  • Page 123

    Basic System Configuration Guide File System Management force — forces an immediate move of the specified files file move force executes the command without displaying a user prompt message Syntax rd file-url rf rd file-url [force] Context file Description This command removes (deletes) a directory in a file system. If the directory is empty, the rd command is used to remove it.

  • Page 124

    File System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Syntax scp local-file-url destination-file-url [router router-instance] [force] scp local-file-url destination-file-url [service service-name] [force] Context file Description This command copies a local file to a remote host file system. It uses ssh for data transfer, and uses the same authentication and provides the same security as ssh.

  • Page 125

    Use the no shutdown flash-id command to enable a compact flash (cf3: on all platforms; cf1: or cf2: on the 7705 SAR-18) on the CSM. The no shutdown command can be issued for a specific slot when no compact flash is present. When a compact flash is installed in the slot, the device will be activated upon detection.

  • Page 126

    File System Management Basic System Configuration Guide State: admin = down, operational = down, equipped = no No compact flash present, drive enabled: If no compact flash is present and the drive is not shut down, the LED is unlit. State: admin = up, operational = down, equipped = no Ejecting a compact flash: The compact flash drive should be shut down before ejecting a...

  • Page 127

    — validates the .tim file Output The following example shows the version of a TiMOS both.tim file. Output Example A:ALU-1# file version cf3:/both.tim TiMOS-B-0.0.R1 for NOKIA SAR 7705 A:ALU-1# file version ftp://timos:timos@xxx.xxx.xx.xx/./both.tim check Validation successful TiMOS-I-0.0.R1 for NOKIA SAR 7705 B:Performance#...

  • Page 128

    File System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 129: Boot Options

    Initial System Startup Process Overview • Boot Loader File Protection • Accessing the CLI • Accessing the Management Port on a 7705 SAR-W • Accessing MPT Radios Connected to a 7705 SAR • Configuration Notes • Configuring Boot File Options with the CLI •...

  • Page 130: System Initialization

    Depending on the chassis, the primary copy of 7705 SAR software is located either on a removable compact flash card that is shipped with the 7705 SAR router or in the router on-board flash memory. The compact flash (cf3) contains a copy of the 7705 SAR image, the bootstrap file (boot.ldr), and the boot option file (BOF).

  • Page 131

    • return the faulty chassis to Nokia for replacement For the 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-Hc, 7705 SAR-W, 7705 SAR-Wx, and 7705 SAR-X, return the faulty chassis to Nokia for replacement. When the bootstrap image is loaded, the BOF is read to obtain the location of the image and configuration files.

  • Page 132

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide You must enter the location of configuration file to be used by TiMOS. The file can be on a Compact Flash device, or on the network. Here are some examples cf1:/config.cfg ftp://user:passwd@192.168.xx.xxx/./config.cfg tftp://192.168.xx.xxx/./config.cfg The existing Config URL is 'cf3:/config.cfg' Press ENTER to keep it, or the word 'none' for no Config URL.

  • Page 133

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options Would you like to add another static route? (yes/no) n New Settings ------------ primary-image ftp://*.*@192.168.xx.xx/./rel/0.0/xx primary-config cf3:/config.cfg address 192.168.xx.xx/20 active primary-dns 192.168.xx.xx dns-domain xxx.xxx.com static-route 1.x.x.0/24 next-hop 192.168.xx.xxx autonegotiate duplex full speed wait persist Do you want to overwrite cf3:/bof.cfg with the new settings? (yes/no): y Successfully saved the new settings in cf3:/bof.cfg Figure 4...

  • Page 134

    Note: • The support.tim file is included in the software bundles for the following platforms only: 7705 SAR-8, 7705 SAR-18, 7705 SAR-H, 7705 SAR-M, and 7705 SAR-X. • The hmac-sha1.txt file is supported in FIPS-140-2 mode only. See FIPS-140-2 Mode for more information.

  • Page 135: Configuration And Image Loading

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.1.1 Configuration and Image Loading When the system executes the boot.ldr file, the initialization parameters from the BOF are processed. Three locations can be configured for the system to search for the files that contain the runtime image. The locations can be local or remote. The first location searched is the primary image location.

  • Page 136

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide Figure 6 System Initialization - Part 2 Figure 4 (USER IN CONTROL) STARTUP OPERATIONAL SNMP SHUTDOWN FAILED ISSUE TRAP ISSUE LOG ENTRY Figure 4 WAIT ISSUE CONSOLE MSG REQUIRED? FIRST/ CONFIG IMAGES? NEXT RUNTIME IMAGE PERSIST CHECK FOR...

  • Page 137

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options Figure 7 shows the boot sequence if Automatic Discovery Protocol (ADP) is run on the system. Figure 7 System Initialization With ADP Figure 6 SELF- NETWORK TEST AND DISCOVERY DISCOVERY COMMIT STAGE STAGE STAGE VALIDATE EVALUATE/ SYSTEM IP...

  • Page 138: Persistence

    “Automatic Discovery Protocol”, for more information on ADP. ADP supports null, dot1q, and qinq encapsulation on: • all ports on the 8-port Ethernet Adapter card on the 7705 SAR-8 (qinq is not supported on the version 1 card) •...

  • Page 139: Self-discovery

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options • all DSL or GPON ports on the 7705 SAR-M (variants with module slots), when a GPON, DCM, or xDSL module is installed in the chassis (qinq is not supported) • the xDSL port on the 7705 SAR-Wx Note: ADP is not supported on the 4-port SAR-H Fast Ethernet module.

  • Page 140

    DHCP DISCOVER Message Options (Continued) Option Name Description Lease Time Always set to Infinite Class Identifier The class of 7705 SAR router: ALU-AD | SAR-8 ALU-AD | SAR-18 ALU-AD | SAR-A ALU-AD | SAR-Ax ALU-AD | SAR-H ALU-AD | SAR-Hc...

  • Page 141: Configuration Discovery

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.1.2.3 Configuration Discovery During the configuration discovery stage, the DHCP server receives the DHCP DISCOVER message and replies with a DHCP OFFER message that contains an IP address assigned to the network interface. Table 17 describes the options included in the DHCP OFFER.

  • Page 142: Test And Commit

    SITE43_7705 sys-loc Specifies the chassis location sys-loc 600_MARCH_ROAD load-cfg Specifies the URL of a template load-cfg ftp://..@.../7705.cfg configuration file to load into the router's runtime configuration test-ip Specifies an IP address that must be test-ip 100.20.2.30 successfully pinged before committing...

  • Page 143

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options Note: The ACO/LT button is not available on the 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-W, or 7705 SAR-Wx. ADP runs in the background to allow continued CLI access for status queries and troubleshooting. Periodic progress updates are sent to the console and can be viewed through a connected PC.

  • Page 144: Fips-140-2 Mode

    CSM on all 7705 SAR platforms that are equipped with a CSM. It is supported on both the CSM and data plane on the 7705 SAR-8 Shelf V2 and 7705 SAR-18 platforms when equipped with the following adapter cards: •...

  • Page 145: Csm And Data Path Security Features And Algorithms In Fips 140-2 Mode

    CSM and Data Path Security Features and Algorithms in FIPS-140-2 Mode Table 19 Table 20 show the CSM and data path security features and associated algorithms for a 7705 SAR node running in FIPS-140-2 mode. Table 19 CSM Algorithms FIPS-140-2 SSH2...

  • Page 146: Ssh2 Approved Algorithms In Fips-140-2 Mode

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide Table 20 Data Path Algorithms FIPS-140-2 SSH2 IPSec NGE/L3 SNMPv3 SCP, SFTP IGP, Data Path Encryption BGP, Algorithms MPLS Authentication Asymmetric Symmetric AES-CBC AES-CBC (128,192, 256) (128, 256) 3DES-CBC Hash SHA-1 (128) Algorithm SHA-2 (256, 384, 512) 5.1.3.2 SSH2 Approved Algorithms in FIPS-140-2 Mode...

  • Page 147: Initial System Startup Process Overview

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.2 Initial System Startup Process Overview Figure 8 displays the process for starting a system that has a removable compact flash. This example assumes that the boot loader, BOF, and the image and configuration files are successfully located. For a system with a non-removable compact flash, the first step in Figure 8 does not apply.

  • Page 148: Boot Loader File Protection

    5.3.1 Before Upgrading Before starting the upgrade, all 7705 SAR image files must be copied to the cf3: device on the system. Nokia recommends copying all the image files for a given release into an appropriately named subdirectory off the root directory; for example, cf3:\7705-TiMoS-R6.1.R2.

  • Page 149

    On systems with redundant CSMs, the upgraded boot.ldr file can be copied to the secondary CSM by using the command admin>redundancy>synchronize boot-env. Refer to the 7705 SAR OS Software Release Notes”, Standard Software Upgrade Procedure” for complete instructions. Edition: 01...

  • Page 150: Accessing The Cli

    Console Configuration Parameter Values Parameter Value Baud Rate 115 200 Data Bits Parity None Stop Bits Flow Control None Figure 9 displays an example of the Console port on a 7705 SAR front panel. 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 151: Telnet Connection

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options Figure 9 7705 SAR Console Port Mgmt 7705 SAR-A Stat Stat Stat Stat -48 VDC Console Act Lnk Act Lnk Act Lnk Status Stat Stat Stat Stat Sync ToD Out Ethernet T1/E1 Console port...

  • Page 152: Running Telnet

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide 5.4.2.1 Running Telnet After the Management port IP address is configured, the CLI can be accessed with a Telnet connection. To establish a Telnet connection, run a Telnet program and issue the telnet command, followed by the Management port IP address. The following displays an example of a Telnet login: C:\>telnet 192.168.1.xx1 Login: admin...

  • Page 153: Running Ssh

    The following displays an example of an SSH connection with the default admin user (the default password is admin). C:\>ssh -l admin 192.168.1.xx1 TiMOS-B-0.0.I2263 both/hops NOKIA SAR 7705 Copyright (c) 2016 Nokia. All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements.

  • Page 154

    SNMP. The vrtl-mgmt port only supports access mode and Epipe service, where the port has encap-type null, dot1q, or qinq with VLAN 0. See the “Installation and Provisioning” section in the 7705 SAR-W Chassis Installation Guide for details on setting up in-band management connections.

  • Page 155

    The 9500 MPR MPT Craft Terminal Launcher (MCT Launcher) is an application that runs on a Windows PC. By connecting the PC to the 7705 SAR out-of-band Management (Mgmt) port on the active CSM, local MPT radios can be configured and monitored using this application.

  • Page 156

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide Refer to the 9500 MPR MCT User Manual for Single NE Mode with 7705 SAR for information on using the MCT Launcher. 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 157: Configuration Notes

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.7 Configuration Notes The following describes BOF configuration guidelines and caveats. • For router initialization on devices with a removable compact flash, the compact flash card must be installed in the compact flash slot. •...

  • Page 158

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 159: Configuring Boot File Options With The Cli

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.8 Configuring Boot File Options with the CLI This section provides information to configure BOF parameters with the CLI. Topics in this section include: • BOF Configuration Overview • Basic BOF Configuration • Configuring BOF Parameters •...

  • Page 160: Bof Configuration Overview

    Basic System Configuration Guide 5.9 BOF Configuration Overview The 7705 SAR routers do not contain a boot EEPROM. The boot loader code is loaded from the boot.ldr file. The BOF file performs the following tasks: 1. Sets up the CSM Management port (speed, duplex, auto) 2.

  • Page 161: Basic Bof Configuration

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.10 Basic BOF Configuration The parameters that specify the location of the image filename that the router will try to boot from and the configuration file are in the BOF. The most basic BOF configuration should have the following: •...

  • Page 162: Configuring Bof Parameters

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide 5.11 Configuring BOF Parameters Use the CLI syntax displayed below to configure BOF components: CLI Syntax: address ip-prefix/ip-prefix-length [active | standby] autonegotiate auto-discover console-speed baud-rate dns-domain dns-name duplex {full | half} fips-140-2 persist {on | off} primary-config file-url primary-dns ip-address primary-image file-url...

  • Page 163

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options primary-config ftp://*:*@ xxx.xxx.xxx.xx /home/csahwreg17/images/dut-a.cfg address xxx.xxx.xxx.xx /24 active address xxx.xxx.xxx.xx /24 standby primary-dns xxx.xxx.xxx.xx dns-domain labs.ca.alcatel-lucent.com static-route xxx.xxx.0.0/16 next-hop xxx.xxx.xxx.x autonegotiate duplex full speed wait persist FIPS-140-2 console-speed 115200 =============================================================================== A:ALU-1# Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

  • Page 164: Service Management Tasks

    [detail | index] The following displays an example of a configuration file: A:ALU-1# admin display-config # TiMOS-B-0.0.R3 both/hops NOKIA SAR 7705 # Copyright (c) 2016 Nokia. # All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements. # Built on Wed Jan 16 01:05:13 EST 2016 by csabuild in /rel0.0/I297/panos/main...

  • Page 165: Modifying Or Deleting Bof Parameters

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options server-address 128.120.210.200 no shutdown exit zone EST exit thresholds rmon exit exit exit #-------------------------------------------------- echo "System Security Configuration" #-------------------------------------------------- system security telnet-server ftp-server snmp exit ...exit all # Finished THU JAN 17 21:57:11 2016 UTC A:ALU-1# 5.12.1.2 Modifying or Deleting BOF Parameters...

  • Page 166

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide Caution: All BOF parameters can be configured, modified, or deleted locally through a console session or remotely using Telnet or SSH. However, when modifying or deleting the BOF address, the following behaviors must be considered. •...

  • Page 167: Saving A Configuration

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.12.1.3 Saving a Configuration If you modify a configuration file, the changes remain in effect only during the current power cycle unless a save command is executed. Changes are lost if the system is powered down or the router is rebooted without saving.

  • Page 168: Rebooting

    [active | standby] [now] Example: ALU-1>admin# reboot A:DutA>admin# reboot Are you sure you want to reboot (y/n)? y Resetting...OK Nokia 7705 Boot ROM. Copyright 2016 Nokia. All rights reserved. All use is subject to applicable license agreements..3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

  • Page 169: Bof Command Reference

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.13 BOF Command Reference 5.13.1 Command Hierarchies • Configuration Commands • Show Commands Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

  • Page 170

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide 5.13.1.1 Configuration Commands — [no] address ip-prefix/ip-prefix-length [active | standby] — [no] autonegotiate — auto-discover [id client-identifier] [vlan vlan-id] — [no] auto-discover — console-speed baud-rate — no console-speed — dns-domain dns-name — no dns-domain —...

  • Page 171

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.13.2 Command Descriptions • Configuration Commands • Show Commands Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

  • Page 172

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide 5.13.2.1 Configuration Commands • File Management Commands • BOF Processing Control Commands • Console Port Configuration Commands • Image and Configuration Management Commands • CSM Management Configuration Commands • DNS Configuration Commands 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 173: File Management Commands

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.13.2.1.1 File Management Commands Syntax Context <root> Description This command creates or edits the boot option file (BOF) for the specified local storage device. A BOF file specifies where the system searches for runtime images, configuration files, and other operational parameters during system initialization.

  • Page 174

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide Command usage: • bof save — saves the BOF to the default drive (cf3:) associated with the active CSM (either in slot A or B) • bof save cf3: — saves the BOF to cf3: associated with the active CSM (either in slot A or B) To save the BOF to a compact flash drive associated with the standby CSM (for example, the redundant (standby) CSM is installed in slot B), specify the -A or -B option.

  • Page 175

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.13.2.1.2 BOF Processing Control Commands wait Syntax wait seconds Context Description This command configures a pause, in seconds, at the start of the boot process, which allows system initialization to be interrupted at the console. When system initialization is interrupted, the operator is allowed to manually override the parameters defined in the boot option file (BOF).

  • Page 176

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide 5.13.2.1.3 Console Port Configuration Commands console-speed Syntax console-speed baud-rate no console-speed Context Description This command configures the console port baud rate. When this command is issued while editing the BOF file used for the most recent boot, both the BOF file and the active configuration are changed immediately.

  • Page 177

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.13.2.1.4 Image and Configuration Management Commands persist Syntax persist {on | off} Context Description This command specifies whether the system will preserve system indexes when a save command is executed. During a subsequent boot, the index file is read along with the configuration file.

  • Page 178

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide primary-config Syntax primary-config file-url no primary-config Context Description This command specifies the name and location of the primary configuration file. The system attempts to use the configuration specified in primary-config. If the specified file cannot be located, the system automatically attempts to obtain the configuration from the location specified in secondary-config and then in tertiary-config.

  • Page 179

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options secondary-config Syntax secondary-config file-url no secondary-config Context Description This command specifies the name and location of the secondary configuration file. The system attempts to use the configuration as specified in secondary-config if the primary config cannot be located.

  • Page 180

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide tertiary-config Syntax tertiary-config file-url no tertiary-config Context Description This command specifies the name and location of the tertiary configuration file. The system attempts to use the configuration specified in tertiary-config if both the primary and secondary config files cannot be located.

  • Page 181

    (primary-config), you must also change the primary image and primary configuration paths (as well as the secondary and tertiary image and configuration files) to use IPv6 addresses. Otherwise, when the 7705 SAR reboots, it will try to load the image using IPv4, which will cause continuous reboots.

  • Page 182

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide Caution: • If you have a dual IPv4/IPv6 BOF address configuration and you are running a Telnet IPv6 session or an SSH session, changing or deleting the active IPv4 address will not affect the session. •...

  • Page 183

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options autonegotiate Syntax [no] autonegotiate Context Description This command enables speed and duplex autonegotiation on the CSM Management port in the running configuration and the Boot Option File (BOF). When autonegotiation is enabled, the link attempts to automatically negotiate the link speed and duplex parameters.

  • Page 184

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide Default duplex full — full duplex operation Parameters full — sets the link to full duplex mode half — sets the link to half duplex mode fips-140-2 Syntax [no] fips-140-2 Context Description This command is used to enable the node to support security level 1 of Federal Information Processing Standards 140 series, version 2 (FIPS-140-2).

  • Page 185

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options Context Description This command creates a static route entry for the CSM Management port in the running configuration and the Boot Option File (BOF). This command allows manual configuration of static routing table entries. These static routes are only used by traffic generated by the CSM Management port.

  • Page 186

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide 5.13.2.1.6 DNS Configuration Commands dns-domain Syntax dns-domain dns-name no dns-domain Context Description This command configures the domain name used when performing DNS address resolution. This is a required parameter if DNS address resolution is required. Only a single domain name can be configured.

  • Page 187

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options secondary-dns Syntax secondary-dns ip-address no secondary-dns Context Description This command configures the secondary DNS server for DNS name resolution. The secondary DNS server is used only if the primary DNS server does not respond. DNS name resolution can be used when executing ping, traceroute, and service-ping, and also when defining file URLs.

  • Page 188

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters ip-address — the IP address of the tertiary DNS server Values ipv4-address a.b.c.d ipv6-address x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces) x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d x: [0 to FFFF]H d: [0 to 255]D 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 189

    Basic System Configuration Guide Boot Options 5.13.2.2 Show Commands Note: The following command outputs are examples only; actual displays may differ depending on supported functionality and user configuration. Syntax bof [cflash-id | booted] Context show Description This command displays the Boot Option File (BOF) executed on the last system boot or on the specified device.

  • Page 190

    Boot Options Basic System Configuration Guide A:ALU-1# show bof booted ===================================================================== System booted with BOF ===================================================================== primary-image ftp://*:*@xxx.xxx.xxx.xx/home/csahwreg17/images/both.tim primary-config ftp://*:*@ xxx.xxx.xxx.xx /home/csahwreg17/images/dut-a.cfg address xxx.xxx.xxx.xx /24 active address xxx.xxx.xxx.xx /24 standby primary-dns xxx.xxx.xxx.xx dns-domain labs.ca.alcatel-lucent.com static-route xxx.xxx.0.0/16 next-hop xxx.xxx.xxx.x autonegotiate duplex full speed wait...

  • Page 191

    Total Memory: 992MB Chassis Type: sar8 Card Type: corona_r1 TiMOS-L-2.1.R1 boot/hops NOKIA SAR 7705 Copyright (c) 2016 Nokia. All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements. Built on Wed Apr 9 09:36:02 EDT 2016 by csabuild in /rel2.0/b1/R1/panos/main...

  • Page 192

    MAJOR: CLI #1008 The SNMP daemon is disabled. To enable SNMP, execute the comma nd 'config>system>snmp no shutdown'. TiMOS-B-2.1.R1 both/hops NOKIA SAR 7705 Copyright (c) 2016 Nokia. All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements. Built on Wed Apr 9 09:53:01 EDT 2016 by csabuild in /rel2.0/b1/R1/panos/main...

  • Page 193: System Management

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6 System Management This chapter provides information about configuring basic system management parameters. Topics in this chapter include: • System Management Parameters • High Availability • CSM Synchronization and Redundancy • Node Timing • System Configuration Process Overview •...

  • Page 194: System Management Parameters

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.1 System Management Parameters System management commands allow you to configure basic system management functions such as the system name, the router’s location, coordinates, and CLLI code, as well as time zones, Network Time Protocol (NTP), Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) properties, CRON, and synchronization properties.

  • Page 195: System Location

    A Common Language Location Identifier (CLLI) code string for the device is an 11- character standardized geographic identifier that uniquely identifies the geographic location of places and certain functional categories of equipment unique to the telecommunications industry. The CLLI code is stored in the Nokia Chassis MIB tmnxChassisCLLICode object. Edition: 01...

  • Page 196: System Identifier

    For example, the system IP address can change dynamically using DHCP when the 7705 SAR is acting as a DHCP client and the DHCP server-facing interface is unnumbered. In this situation, a static system identifier may be desirable.

  • Page 197: System Time

    CRON 6.1.2.1 Time Zones Setting a time zone in the 7705 SAR allows for times to be displayed in the local time rather than in UTC. The 7705 SAR has both user-defined and system-defined time zones. A user-defined time zone has a user-assigned name of up to four printable ASCII characters that is different from the system-defined time zones.

  • Page 198

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 23 System-defined Time Zones (Continued) Acronym Time Zone Name UTC Offset Western Europe Time WEST Western Europe Summer UTC +1 Time Central Europe Time UTC +1 CEST Central Europe Summer UTC +2 Time Eastern Europe Time UTC +2 EEST...

  • Page 199

    A Stratum-1 server is an NTP server with a directly connected device that provides Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), such as a GNSS or atomic clock. The 7705 SAR typically acts as a Stratum-2 device because a network connection to an NTP server is required.

  • Page 200

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide • authentication keys — both DES and MD5 authentication are supported as well as multiple keys, to provide increased security support in carrier and other networks • server addressing — servers may be defined using IPv4 or IPv6 addresses •...

  • Page 201: Sntp Time Synchronization

    (Stratum 1) of the subnet and then only in configurations where no other source of synchronization other than a reliable radio clock is available. The 7705 SAR SNTP client can be configured for either broadcast or unicast client mode. 6.1.2.4 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is a timing-over-packet protocol defined in the IEEE 1588v2 standard 1588 2008.

  • Page 202: Gnss

    6.1.2.6 GNSS The 7705 SAR supports frequency synchronization via a Layer 1 interface such as synchronous Ethernet, and ToD synchronization via a protocol such as NTP or PTP. In cases where these methods are not possible, or where accuracy cannot be ensured for the service, you can deploy a GNSS receiver as a synchronous timing source.

  • Page 203: Cron

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.1.2.7 CRON The CRON feature supports the Service Assurance Agent (SAA) functions. CRON functionality includes the ability to specify the commands that need to be run, when they will be scheduled, including one-time-only functionality (oneshot), interval and calendar functions, as well as where to store the output of the results.

  • Page 204: High Availability

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.2 High Availability This section discusses the high availability routing options and features available to service providers that help diminish vulnerability at the network or service provider edge and alleviate the effect of a lengthy outage on IP/MPLS networks. High availability is an important feature in service provider routing and switching systems.

  • Page 205: High Availability Features

    As more and more critical commercial applications move onto the IP/MPLS networks, providing high availability services becomes increasingly important. This section describes high availability features for the 7705 SAR. Most of these features only apply to routers with two Control and Switching Modules (CSMs).

  • Page 206

    The 7705 SAR supports hot standby. With hot standby, the router image, configuration, and network state are already loaded on the standby; it receives continual updates from the active route processor and the swap over is immediate.

  • Page 207

    (MCCP). It is used to ensure that one peer is active and to synchronize information between the peers. Note: The 7705 SAR nodes must be of the same type, except for the 7705 SAR-8 and 7705 SAR-18, which can be used together in a redundant-pair configuration.

  • Page 208

    MC-LAG on the second node must be associated with the pseudowire on the first node. Note: A 7705 SAR node in an MC-LAG configuration that has an ICB spoke SDP configured on it with the MC-LAG in standby mode does not terminate Ethernet CFM frames. It transparently switches the frames to the other node of the MC-LAG group.

  • Page 209: Nonstop Routing (nsr)

    • 7705 SAR-18: 10-port 1GigE/1-port 10GigE X-Adapter card • 7705 SAR-8/7705 SAR-18: Packet Microwave Adapter card • 6-port SAR-M Ethernet module • 7705 SAR-M: all platform variants (the port must be in access mode and autonegotiation must be off or limited) • 7705 SAR-X 6.2.1.2...

  • Page 210: In-service Upgrade

    Note: The in-service upgrade requires the adapter cards to be reset. This will cause a short outage. Follow the steps below to upgrade routing engine software on the 7705 SAR without affecting existing services: 1. Install new software on the standby CSM.

  • Page 211: Synchronization

    Users can manually force the switchover from the active CSM to the standby CSM by using the admin redundancy force-switchover now CLI command or the admin reboot active [now] CLI command. With the 7705 SAR, the admin reboot active [now] CLI command does not cause both CSMs to reboot. 6.2.1.5...

  • Page 212: Csm Synchronization And Redundancy

    Basic System Configuration Guide 6.3 CSM Synchronization and Redundancy The 7705 SAR uses a 1:1 redundancy scheme. Redundancy methods facilitate system synchronization between the active and standby CSMs so that they maintain identical operational parameters to prevent inconsistencies in the event of a CSM failure.

  • Page 213: Active And Standby Designations

    (or almost simultaneously) and are booting at the same time, preference is given to the CSM installed in Slot A. If only one CSM is installed in a 7705 SAR, then it becomes the active CSM regardless of the slot it is installed in.

  • Page 214

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.3.3 Persistence The persistence feature allows lease information on DHCP servers to be kept across reboots. This information can include data such as the IP address, MAC binding information, and lease length information. The system performs the following tasks to make data persistent. In systems with only one CSM, only task 1 applies.

  • Page 215: Specifying Post-boot Configuration Files

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.3.4.2 Specifying Post-Boot Configuration Files Two post-boot configuration extension files are supported and are triggered when either a successful or failed boot configuration file is processed. The boot-bad-exec and boot-good-exec commands specify URLs for the CLI scripts to be run following the completion of the boot-up configuration.

  • Page 216: Config Option

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide When configuring the system to perform this synchronization, the following occurs: 1. The BOF used during system initialization is copied to the same compact flash on the standby CSM (in redundant systems). Note: The synchronization parameters on the standby CSM are preserved. 2.

  • Page 217: Node Timing

    • 7705 SAR-Ax • 7705 SAR-X The 7705 SAR-8 CSMv2 does not support a 5 MHz signal. On the 7705 SAR-18, the external timing reference input with a 2.048 MHz G.703, T1 (100 Ω), or E1 (120 Ω), is supported by the BITS ports 1 and 2 located on the Alarm module.

  • Page 218

    Ethernet and can supply a timing reference to be used as a source of node synchronization. When the 4-port T1/E1 and RS-232 Combination module is installed in the 7705 SAR-H, a single T1/E1 port on the module can supply a timing reference; it can be independently configured for loop-timing or node-timing.

  • Page 219

    • the GNSS RF port on the GNSS Receiver card The 7705 SAR-8 and 7705 SAR-18 can also use IEEE 1588v2 PTP as a source of node synchronization. Each T1/E1 port can be independently configured for loop-timing (recovered from an Rx line) or node-timing (recovered from the SSU in the active CSM).

  • Page 220

    • 16-port T1/E1 ASAP Adapter card (version 1 is not supported on the 7705 SAR-18) • 32-port T1/E1 ASAP Adapter card • 7705 SAR-M (variants with T1/E1 ports) • 7705 SAR-A (variant with T1/E1 ports) • T1/E1 ports on the 4-port T1/E1 and RS-232 Combination module...

  • Page 221: External Timing Mode

    • 5 MHz sine wave (not available on 7705 SAR-8 CSMv2) • 10 MHz sine wave On the 7705 SAR-18, the BITS ports 1 and 2 can be configured for the following: • 2.048 MHz G.703 section 13 signal • T1 (ESF or SF) •...

  • Page 222

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide On the 7705 SAR-18, either BITS port 1 or port 2 is available as an input and output source. When both inputs are connected and available, then the quality level (QL) from Synchronization Status Messaging (SSM) is used to determine which port is used by the CSMs as the BITS input.

  • Page 223: Line Timing Mode

    • 2-port 10GigE (Ethernet) module • 6-port SAR-M Ethernet module On the 7705 SAR-H and 7705 SAR-Hc, line timing is supported on all Ethernet ports. Line timing is also supported on the T1/E1 ports of the T1/E1 ASAP and RS-232 Combination module when it is installed in the 7705 SAR-H.

  • Page 224: Adaptive Clock Recovery (acr)

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide On the 7705 SAR-A variant with T1/E1 ports, line timing is supported on T1/E1 ports. Line timing is also supported on all synchronous Ethernet ports on both 7705 SAR-A variants. Synchronous Ethernet is supported on the XOR ports (1 to 4), configured as either RJ-45 ports or SFP ports.

  • Page 225: Acr States

    The MEF 8 Epipe may be a TDM SAP to Ethernet SAP or a TDM SAP to spoke SDP. Refer to the 7705 SAR Services Guide, “MEF 8”, for information on MEF There is no extra equipment cost to implement ACR in a network because this technique uses the packet arrival rate of a TDM pseudowire within the 7705 SAR to regenerate a clock signal.

  • Page 226: Acr Statistics

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide • phase tracking • frequency tracking • holdover • free-run When a port’s ACR state is normal, phase tracking, or frequency tracking, the recovered ACR clock is considered to be a qualified reference source for the SSU. If this reference source is being used, then transitions between any of these three states will not affect SSU operation.

  • Page 227: Differential Clock Recovery (dcr)

    In addition, DCR is supported between TDM SAPs and Ethernet SAPs and between TDM SAPs and spoke SDPs in a MEF 8 configuration for the above platforms, adapter cards, and modules. Refer to the 7705 SAR Services Guide, “MEF 8”, for information on MEF 8.

  • Page 228: Dcr Frequencies

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide In each direction, the service clock is compared to the common clock and the difference is encoded into the RTP header in the TDM PW overhead. At the other end of the network, the original service clock is reproduced by comparing the common clock to the frequency difference in the RTP header.

  • Page 229: Proprietary Clock Recovery (pcr)

    32-port T1/E1 ASAP Adapter card ✓ (default) 4-port OC3/STM1 / 1-port OC12/STM4 Adapter card ✓ (default) 4-port DS3/E3 Adapter card ✓ (default) ✓ ✓ ✓ 7705 SAR-M ✓ (default) ✓ ✓ ✓ 7705 SAR-A ✓ (default) ✓ ✓ ✓ 4-port T1/E1 and RS-232 Combination module ✓...

  • Page 230

    MWA RJ-45 port or on a copper SFP Ethernet port (ports 3 and 4). Note: On the MPR-e side, PCR requires that the MAC address of the 7705 SAR-8 or 7705 SAR-18 be configured on the MPR-e radio that is connected to the 7705 SAR-8 or 7705 SAR-18 chassis.

  • Page 231: Ieee 1588v2 Ptp

    PTP support on each fixed platform; Table 26 lists the types of PTP support on each card for the 7705 SAR-8 and the 7705 SAR-18. Table 25 IEEE 1588v2 PTP Support per Fixed Platform Sync Type...

  • Page 232

    End-to-End Transparent Clock Ordinary Master Note: 1. Only supported on the 7705 SAR-H with a GPS Receiver module and 7705 SAR-Wx variants with a GPS RF port. All of the platforms listed in Table 25 support one ordinary slave clock, ordinary master clock, or boundary clock.

  • Page 233

    Each of the cards listed in Table 26 support one PTP clock. A nodal clock is equipped in each CSM on the 7705 SAR-8 and 7705 SAR-18, or directly on the fixed platforms listed in Table 25. Up to two PTP ordinary or boundary clocks can be configured per node as references to the nodal clock.

  • Page 234

    IEEE 1588 PTP messaging for slave and master clocks is supported over module ports on the 7705 SAR-M and 7705 SAR-H, on Ethernet ports on the 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-W, and 7705 SAR-Wx, and on all of the adapter cards...

  • Page 235

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management • clock identity • distance (number of boundary clocks) If the profile setting for the clock is itu-telecom-freq (ITU-T G.8265.1 profile), the precedence order for the best master selection algorithm is as follows: • clock class •...

  • Page 236: Ptp Clock Synchronization

    Currently, only one-step operation is supported when the 7705 SAR is a master clock; PTP frequency and time can be recovered from both one-step and two-step operation when the 7705 SAR is acting as a slave or boundary clock.

  • Page 237: Performance Considerations

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management During startup, the PTP slave clock receives the synchronization messages from the PTP master clock before a network delay calculation is made. Prior to any delay calculation, the delay is assumed to be zero. A drift compensation is activated after a number of synchronization message intervals occur.

  • Page 238: Ptp Capabilities

    • A 7705 SAR equipped with a GNSS receiver can function as a grand master clock. The performance objective is to meet the synchronization interface maximum time interval error (MTIE) mask.

  • Page 239: Ptp Ordinary Slave Clock For Frequency

    6.4.6.4 PTP Ordinary Slave Clock For Frequency The PTP ordinary clock with slave capability on the 7705 SAR provides an option to reference a Stratum-1 traceable clock across a packet switched network. The recovered clock can be referenced by the internal SSU and distributed to all slots and ports.

  • Page 240

    If the ingress and egress flow of the PTP messages is via a different port or adapter card on the 7705 SAR, then the packets will be routed through the fabric to the Ethernet card with the PTP slave.

  • Page 241: Ptp Ordinary Master Clock For Frequency

    Table 25 and on the cards listed in Table The 7705 SAR-8 can support up to six master clocks and the 7705 SAR-18 can support up to eight master clocks. The fixed platforms listed in Table 25 can each support one master clock.

  • Page 242

    7705 SAR-H, 7705 SAR-Hc, 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-W, and 7705 SAR-Wx, this slot is always 1/1. On the 7705 SAR-X, this slot is always either 1/2 or 1/3. When the 7705 SAR-M is receiving PTP packets on a 2-port 10GigE (Ethernet) module, its PTP clock continues to use slot 1/1.

  • Page 243: Ptp Boundary Clock For Frequency

    Table 25 and on the cards listed in Table The 7705 SAR-8 can support up to six boundary clocks and the 7705 SAR-18 can support up to eight boundary clocks. The fixed platforms listed in Table 25 can each support one boundary clock.

  • Page 244

    7705 SAR-W, and 7705 SAR-Wx, this slot is always 1/1. On the 7705 SAR-X, this slot is always either 1/2 or 1/3. When the 7705 SAR-M is receiving PTP packets on a 2-port 10GigE (Ethernet) module, its PTP clock continues to use slot 1/1. Each boundary clock is also associated with a loopback address for the router;...

  • Page 245: Ptp Ordinary Slave Clock For Time Of Day/phase Recovery

    • 7705 SAR-X On the 7705 SAR-8 CSMv2, 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-M, and 7705 SAR-X, transmission is through the ToD port with a 1 pulse/s output signal that is phase-aligned with other routers that are similarly time of day/phase synchronized.

  • Page 246

    Yes for IP PTP No for Ethernet PTP For incoming IEEE 1588 packets, the destination IP address is the 7705 SAR-M, 7705 SAR-H, 7705 SAR-Hc, 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-W, 7705 SAR-Wx, or 7705 SAR-X loopback address. The ingress interface can be an SFP Ethernet port on the faceplate of the chassis, an RJ-45 port on the faceplate of the chassis, or a port on an installed module.

  • Page 247: Ptp Boundary Clock For Time Of Day/phase Recovery

    On fixed platforms, with the exception of the 7705 SAR-X, this slot is always 1/1. On the 7705 SAR-X, this slot is always either 1/2 or 1/3. Each boundary clock is also associated with a loopback or system address for the router.

  • Page 248: Ptp Master Clock For Time Of Day/phase Distribution

    7705 SAR is acting as a 1588 transparent clock. Edge timestamping is performed on all packets from all Ethernet ports, including SFP and RJ-45 ports on the faceplate of the chassis or a port on an installed module.

  • Page 249: Ptp Clock Redundancy

    6.4.6.12 PTP Ethernet Capabilities The 7705 SAR can be configured to transmit and receive PTP messages over a port that uses Ethernet encapsulation. The encapsulation type can be null, dot1q, or qinq. Ethernet-encapsulated PTP messages are processed on the node CSM or CSM functional block, and they are supported on ordinary slave, ordinary master, or boundary clocks for either frequency or time of day/phase recovery.

  • Page 250

    Ports can simultaneously support IPv4-encapsulated PTP messages and Ethernet- encapsulated PTP messages. As well, the 7705 SAR supports the interworking of a PTP slave using IPv4-encapsulated messages with a PTP master using Ethernet- encapsulated messages.

  • Page 251: Itu-t G.8275.1

    When the 7705 SAR is configured for the G.8275.1 profile, it uses an alternate BMCA for best master clock selection. This BMCA includes a PTP dataset comparison that is defined in IEEE 1588-2008, but with the following differences: •...

  • Page 252

    • Synchronization messages are sent at a rate of 16 packets/s; announce messages are sent at a rate of 8 packets/s. • On the 7705 SAR, the priority1 value is set to the default value (128) and cannot be changed.

  • Page 253

    Specifically when the G.8275.1 profile with IP encapsulation is used, the synchronizationUncertain flag is added to the Announce message. The use of this flag is optional. The 7705 SAR PTP grand master, boundary, and slave clocks will optionally support the processing of the synchronization state as follows.

  • Page 254: Ptp Statistics

    6.4.6.14 PTP Statistics The 7705 SAR provides the capability to collect statistics, state, and events data for the PTP slave clock’s interaction with PTP peer clock 1 and PTP peer clock 2. This data is collected separately for each peer clock and can be displayed using the show system ptp clock ptp-port command.

  • Page 255

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management • number of unicast acknowledge cancel announce packets • number of unicast acknowledge cancel synchronization packets • number of unicast acknowledge cancel delay response packets • number of announce packets • number of synchronization packets •...

  • Page 256: Network Timing Reference (ntr)

    8-port xDSL module must have their VDSL2 DMT signals aligned. When NTR on xDSL is in use, a message is sent to the 7705 SAR-M indicating which pair is currently being used to derive NTR. However, once all lines are in show-time mode, NTR is carried on all lines.

  • Page 257: Ntr On Shdsl Interfaces

    SHDSL pair 4. The ID of the in-use line is displayed in CLI; however, it is not user-configurable. When NTR on SHDSL interfaces is in use, the status is indicated to the 7705 SAR-M. The pair currently being used to derive NTR is shown in the CLI and is updated to the NSP NFM-P.

  • Page 258

    • 4-port SAR-H Fast Ethernet module • 7705 SAR-A (both variants) (supported on the XOR ports (1 to 4), configured as either RJ-45 ports or SFP ports, and on SFP ports 5 to 8. Ports 9 to 12 do not support synchronous Ethernet.)

  • Page 259

    Each synchronous Ethernet port can be configured to recover received timing and send it to the SSU. On the 7705 SAR-M, 7705 SAR-H, 7705 SAR-Hc, 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-W, and 7705 SAR-Wx, any synchronous Ethernet-capable port can be used as an available reference.

  • Page 260

    Synchronization Status Messaging (SSM) provides a mechanism for downstream network elements to determine the quality level of the source. The quality level values are processed by the 7705 SAR system timing module (SSU) to track the network timing flow and select the highest-quality source. The...

  • Page 261

    SSM channel to be set to dnu (do not use) or dus (do not use for synchronization). This capability is provided to block the interface from being a timing source for the 7705 SAR. The dus/dnu quality level value cannot be overridden.

  • Page 262

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide • If the node clock is in a holdover state, a holdover message is generated internally by the system and the transmitted SSM quality level value on an SSM- capable port is st3, eec1, eec2, or ssu-b, depending on the type of interface (as shown in Table 30 Table...

  • Page 263

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 31 Quality Level (QL) Values by Interface Type (E1 and T1) SSM Quality Level Value Received on Internal Relative SSM Quality Level Value to be Port Quality Level Transmitted E1 interface T1 interface (ESF) E1 interface T1 interface (ESF) 0010 (prc)

  • Page 264: Timing Reference Selection Based On Quality Level

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 2. These quality level indications are considered to be lower than the internal clock of the system. They are relayed to the line interfaces when ql-selection is disabled. When ql-selection is enabled, these inputs are never selected. If there is no valid reference available for the internal clock, then the clock enters holdover mode and the quality level is QL-UNC.

  • Page 265

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management After the quality level values have been associated with the system timing inputs, the two reference inputs and the external input timing ports are processed by the system timing module to select a source for the SSU. This selection process is described below.

  • Page 266

    2.3.4. Choosing which Sa bit carries the SSM is user-configurable. SSM over E1 is supported on the 7705 SAR-18 via the BITS ports. SSM via an E1 port is supported on the 16-port T1/E1 ASAP Adapter card, the 32-port T1/E1 ASAP Adapter card, and the 7705 SAR-M, 7705 SAR-A, and 7705 SAR-X nodes.

  • Page 267: System Configuration Process Overview

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.5 System Configuration Process Overview Figure 24 displays the process to provision basic system parameters. Figure 24 System Configuration and Implementation Flow START CONFIGURE SYSTEM INFORMATION CONFIGURE HIGH AVAILABILITY PARAMETERS (RECOMMENDED) CONFIGURE TIME PARAMETERS CONFIGURE SYNCHRONIZATION PARAMETERS (RECOMMENDED) MODIFY NETWORK TIMING PARAMETERS (OPTIONAL) 21816...

  • Page 268

    Basic System Configuration Guide 6.6 Configuration Notes This section describes system configuration guidelines and caveats. • The 7705 SAR must be properly initialized and the boot loader and BOF files successfully executed in order to access the CLI. 6.6.1 Reference Sources...

  • Page 269: Configuring System Management With Cli

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.7 Configuring System Management with CLI This section provides information about configuring system management features with CLI. Topics in this section include: • System Management Configuration • Basic System Configuration • Common Configuration Tasks •...

  • Page 270: System Management Configuration

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.8 System Management Configuration 6.8.1 Saving Configurations Whenever configuration changes are made, the modified configuration must be saved so that the changes will not be lost when the system is rebooted. The system uses the configuration and image files, as well as other operational parameters necessary for system initialization, according to the locations specified in the boot option file (BOF) parameters.

  • Page 271: Basic System Configuration

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.9 Basic System Configuration This section provides information to configure system parameters and provides configuration examples of common configuration tasks. The minimal system parameters that should be configured are: • System Information Parameters • System Time Elements The following example displays a basic system configuration: ALU-1>config>system# info...

  • Page 272

    6.10.1 System Information This section covers the basic system information parameters to configure the physical location of the 7705 SAR, contact information, router location information such as an address, floor, and room number, global navigation satellite system (GNSS) coordinates, and system name.

  • Page 273

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management CLI Syntax: config>system name system-name contact contact-name location location clli-code clli-code coordinates coordinates 6.10.1.1.1 Name Use the system name command to configure a name for the device. The name is used in the prompt string. Only one system name can be configured. If multiple system names are configured, the last one encountered overwrites the previous entry.

  • Page 274

    CLLI Code The Common Language Location Code (CLLI code) is an 11-character standardized geographic identifier that is used to uniquely identify the geographic location of a 7705 SAR. Use the following CLI command syntax to define the CLLI code: CLI Syntax: config>system...

  • Page 275: System Time Elements

    System Identifier The system identifier is an IPv4 address that can be used to uniquely identify the 7705 SAR in the network in situations where the system IP address may change dynamically. Use the following CLI command syntax to define the system identifier: CLI Syntax: config>system...

  • Page 276

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Use the following CLI syntax to configure system time elements. The authentication-key des keyword is not supported if the 7705 SAR node is running in FIPS-140-2 mode. CLI Syntax: config>system time dst-zone zone-name end {end-week} {end-day} {end-month}...

  • Page 277

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management CLI Syntax: config>system>time zone {std-zone-name | non-std-zone-name} [hh [:mm]] Example: config>system>time# zone GMT The following example displays the zone output: ALU-1>config>system>time# info ---------------------------------------------- server 192.168.15.221 no shutdown exit sntp shutdown exit zone UTC ---------------------------------------------- ALU-1>config>system>time# Table 32 System-defined Time Zones...

  • Page 278

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 32 System-defined Time Zones (Continued) Acronym Time Zone Name UTC Offset Central Standard Time UTC -6 hours Central Daylight Saving Time UTC -5 hours Mountain Standard Time UTC -7 hours Mountain Daylight Saving Time UTC -6 hours Pacific Standard Time UTC -8 hours...

  • Page 279

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Example: config>system>time# dst-zone pt config>system>time>dst-zone# start second sunday april 02:00 end first sunday october 02:00 config>system>time>dst-zone# offset 0 If the time zone configured is listed in Table 32, then the starting and ending parameters and offset do not need to be configured with this command unless there is a need to override the system defaults.

  • Page 280

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide mda-timestamp multicastclient [authenticate] server {ip-address | ipv6-address} [key-id key- id] [version version] [prefer] no shutdown Authentication-check The authentication-check command provides for the option to skip the rejection of NTP PDUs that do not match the authentication key or authentication type requirements.

  • Page 281

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management shutdown authentication-key 1 key "OAwgNUlbzgI" hash2 type des ---------------------------------------------- A:ALU-1>config>system>time>ntp# Broadcastclient The broadcastclient command enables listening to NTP broadcast messages on the specified interface. CLI Syntax: config>system>time>ntp broadcastclient[router router-name] {interface ip-int-name} [authenticate] Example: config>system>time>ntp# broadcastclient interface int11 config>system>time>ntp# no shutdown The following example shows NTP enabled with the broadcastclient parameter enabled.

  • Page 282

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide mda-timestamp Example: config>system>time>ntp# mda-timestamp config>system>time>ntp# no shutdown The following example shows enhanced NTP performance enabled using the mda- timestamp command. A:ALU-1>config>system>time>ntp# info ---------------------------------------------- shutdown no authentication-key 1 mda-timestamp ---------------------------------------------- A:ALU-1>config>system>time>ntp# Multicastclient This command is used to configure an address to receive multicast NTP messages on the CSM Management port.

  • Page 283

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Up to five NTP servers can be configured. CLI Syntax: config>system>time>ntp server {ip-address | ipv6-address} [key-id key-id] [version version] [prefer] Example: config>system>time>ntp# server 192.168.1.1 key-id 1 config>system>time>ntp# no shutdown The following example shows NTP enabled with the server command configured. A:sim1>config>system>time>ntp# info ---------------------------------------------- no shutdown...

  • Page 284

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Example: config>system>time>sntp# broadcast-client config>system>time>sntp# no shutdown The following example shows SNTP enabled with the broadcast-client parameter enabled. ALU-1>config>system>time# info ---------------------------------------------- sntp broadcast-client no shutdown exit dst-zone PT start second sunday april 02:00 end first sunday october 02:00 offset 0 exit zone GMT...

  • Page 285

    6.10.1.2.6 Time-of-Day Measurement (ToD-1pps) The 7705 SAR can receive and extract time of day/phase recovery from a 1588 grand master clock or boundary clock and transmit the recovered time of day/phase signal to an external device such as a base station through an external time of day port, where available.

  • Page 286

    6.10.1.2.7 GNSS For a 7705 SAR chassis that is equipped with a GNSS receiver and an attached GNSS antenna, the GNSS receiver can be used as a synchronous timing source. GNSS data is used to provide network-independent frequency and ToD synchronization.

  • Page 287

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management action action-name [owner owner-name] count number day-of-month {day-number [..day-number] | all} description description-string end-time [date | day-name] time hour {hour-number [..hour-number] | all} interval seconds minute {minute-number [..minute-number] | all} month {month-number [..month-number] | month- name [..month-name] | all} no shutdown type {periodic | calendar | oneshot}...

  • Page 288

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide no shutdown exit action "test" results "ftp://172.22.184.249/./sim1/test-results" no shutdown exit Schedule The schedule function configures the type of schedule to run, including one-time-only (oneshot), periodic, or calendar-based runs. All runs are determined by month, day of month or weekday, hour, minute and interval (seconds).

  • Page 289: Configuring Synchronization And Redundancy

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management end-time 2525/09/17 12:00 exit Script The script command opens a new nodal context which contains information on a script. CLI Syntax: config>cron script script-name [owner script-owner] description description-string location file-url shutdown Example: config>cron# script test config>cron>script# The following example names a script “test”: A:sim1>config>cron# info...

  • Page 290: Configuring Synchronization

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.10.2.1 Configuring Synchronization The switchover-exec command specifies the location and name of the CLI script file executed following a redundancy switchover from the previously active CSM card. CLI Syntax: config>system switchover-exec file-url 6.10.2.2 Configuring Manual Synchronization Automatic synchronization can be configured in the config>system>...

  • Page 291: Configuring Synchronization Options

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management If the active and standby CSMs are not synchronized for some reason, users can manually synchronize the standby CSM by rebooting the standby by issuing the admin reboot standby command on the active or the standby CSM. 6.10.2.4 Configuring Synchronization Options Network operators can specify the type of synchronization operation to perform...

  • Page 292: Configuring Multi-chassis Redundancy

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Synchronization Information =================================================== Synchronize Mode : Configuration Synchronize Status : No synchronization Last Config Sync Time : 2006/06/27 09:17:15 Last Boot Env Sync Time : 2006/06/24 07:16:37 =================================================== 6.10.2.5 Configuring Multi-Chassis Redundancy When configuring multi-chassis redundancy, configuration must be performed on the two nodes that will form redundant-pair peer nodes.

  • Page 293: Configuring Atm Parameters

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer# exit config>redundancy>multi-chassis# exit config>redundancy# The following displays the configuration: A:7705:Dut-A>config>redundancy# info ---------------------------------------------- multi-chassis peer 10.10.10.2 create description "Mc-Lag peer 10.10.10.2" mc-lag lag 1 lacp-key 32666 system-id 00:00:00:33:33:33 system priority 32888 no shutdown exit...

  • Page 294: Configuring Backup Copies

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.10.4 Configuring Backup Copies The config-backup command allows you to specify the maximum number of backup versions of configuration and index files kept in the primary location. For example, if the config-backup count is set to 5 and the configuration file is called xyz.cfg, the file xyz.cfg is saved with a .1 extension when the save command is executed.

  • Page 295: Configuring System Administration Parameters

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.10.5 Configuring System Administration Parameters Use the CLI syntax displayed below to configure various system administration parameters. Administrative parameters include: • Disconnect • Set-time • Display-config • Tech-support • Save • Reboot • Post-Boot Configuration Extension Files CLI Syntax: admin disconnect [address ip-address | username user-name...

  • Page 296: Set-time

    The following example displays a portion of the display-config detail command results. ALU-1>admin# display-config detail # TiMOS-B-0.0.current both/i386 NOKIA SAR 7705 # Copyright (c) 2016 Nokia. # All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements. # Built on Fri Sept 24 01:32:43 EDT 2016 by csabuild in /rel0.0/I270/panos/main...

  • Page 297

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management #------------------------------------------ echo "System Configuration" #------------------------------------------ system name "ALU-1" contact "Fred Information Technology" location "Bldg.1-floor 2-Room 201" clli-code "abcdefg1234" coordinates "N 45 58 23, W 34 56 12" config-backup 7 boot-good-exec "ftp://*:*@xxx.xxx.xxx.xx/home/csahwreg17/images/env.cfg” no boot-bad-exec no switchover-exec snmp engineID "0000197f00006883ff000000"...

  • Page 298: Tech-support

    Tech-support The tech-support command creates a system core dump. Note: This command should only be used with explicit authorization and direction from the Nokia Technical Assistance Center (TAC). 6.10.5.5 Save The save command saves the running configuration to a configuration file. When the debug-save parameter is specified, debug configurations are saved in the config file.

  • Page 299: Post-boot Configuration Extension Files

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management If synchronization fails, the standby does not reboot automatically. The show redundancy synchronization command displays synchronization output information. 6.10.5.7 Post-Boot Configuration Extension Files Two post-boot configuration extension files are supported and are triggered when either a successful or failed boot configuration file is processed.

  • Page 300

    /rel0.0/I346/panos/main # Generated TUE MAR 11 20:00:37 2016 UTC Last Boot Index Version: N/A Last Boot Index Header : # TiMOS-B-0.0.I346 both/i386 NOKIA SAR 7705 # Copyright (c) 2016 Nokia. # All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements.

  • Page 301: System Timing

    Built on Wed Feb 18 12:45:00 EST 2016 by builder in /rel5.0/b1/R3/panos/main 6.10.6 System Timing If network timing is required for the synchronous interfaces in a 7705 SAR, a timing subsystem is used to provide a Stratum 3 quality clock to all synchronous interfaces within the system.

  • Page 302: Entering Edit Mode

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide This section describes the commands used to configure and control the timing subsystem. • Entering Edit Mode • Configuring Timing References • Configuring IEEE 1588v2 PTP • Configuring QL Values for SSM • Using the Revert Command •...

  • Page 303: Configuring Timing References

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management ALU-1>config>system>sync-if-timing>ref1# source-port 1/1/1 MINOR: CLI The sync-if- timing must be in edit mode by calling begin before any changes can be made. MINOR: CLI Unable to set source port for ref1 to 1/1/1. ALU-1>config>system>sync-if-timing>ref1# 6.10.6.2 Configuring Timing References The following example shows the command usage:...

  • Page 304

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide priority1 priority-value priority2 priority-value profile ieee1588-20008 ptp-port port-id anno-rx-timeout number-of-timeouts log-anno-interval log-anno-interval log-sync-interval log-sync-interval peer peer-id ip-address ip-address [no] shutdown unicast-negotiate [no] shutdown source-interface ip-if-name CLI Syntax: config>system>sync-if-timing ref1 source-ptp-clock clock-id ref2 source-ptp-clock clock-id The following example shows the command usage: Example: config>system# ptp clock 1 create...

  • Page 305: Configuring Ql Values For Ssm

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management config>system>ptp>clock# exit config>system>ptp# exit config>system# sync-if-timing begin config>system>sync-if-timing# ref1 config>system>sync-if-timing>ref1# source-ptp-clock 1 config>system>sync-if-timing>ref1# no shutdown config>system>sync-if-timing>ref1# exit The following display shows a basic IEEE 1588v2 PTP configuration: ALU-1>config>system>ptp># info #-------------------------------------------------- echo "System IEEE 1588 PTP Configuration" #-------------------------------------------------- system clock 1 create...

  • Page 306

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide begin external input-interface impedance {high-impedance | 50-ohm | 75-ohm} no shutdown ql-override {prs | stu | st2 | tnc | st3e | st3 | smc | prc | ssu-a | ssu-b | sec | eec1 | eec2} type {2048khz-G703 | 5mhz | 10mhz} commit bits...

  • Page 307

    The following display shows a basic SSM QL configuration for the 7705 SAR-8: ALU-1>config>system>sync-if-timing# info ---------------------------------------------- ref-order external ref1 ref2 ql-selection external input-interface...

  • Page 308: Using The Revert Command

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide ql-override prs exit no revert ---------------------------------------------- *ALU-1>>config>system>sync-if-timing# The following display shows a basic SSM QL configuration for the 7705 SAR-18: ALU-1>config>system>sync-if-timing# info ---------------------------------------------- ref-order external ref1 ref2 ql-selection exit bits interface-type 2048Khz-G703 ssm-bit 8...

  • Page 309: Other Editing Commands

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.10.6.6 Other Editing Commands Other editing commands include: • commit — saves changes made to the timing references during a session Modifications are not persistent across system boots unless this command is entered. • abort — discards changes that have been made to the timing references during a session CLI Syntax: config>system>sync-if-timing...

  • Page 310: Configuring System Monitoring Thresholds

    Creating an event entry in the RMON-MIB log table does not create a corresponding entry in the 7705 SAR event logs. However, when the event is set to trap, the generation of a rising alarm or falling alarm notification creates an entry in the 7705 SAR event logs and that is distributed to whatever 7705 SAR log destinations are configured: console, session, memory, file, syslog, or SNMP trap destination.

  • Page 311

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management To create events, use the following CLI syntax: CLI Syntax: config>system thresholds cflash-cap-alarm cflash-id rising-threshold threshold [falling-threshold threshold] interval seconds [rmon-event-type] [startup-alarm alarm-type] cflash-cap-warn cflash-id rising-threshold threshold [falling-threshold threshold] interval seconds [rmon-event-type] [startup-alarm alarm-type] memory-use-alarm rising-threshold threshold [falling-threshold threshold] interval seconds [rmon-event-type] [startup-alarm...

  • Page 312

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide The following example displays the command output: A:ALU-49>config>system>thresholds# info ---------------------------------------------- rmon event 5 description "alarm testing" owner "Timos CLI" exit cflash-cap-warn cf1-B: rising-threshold 2000000 falling- threshold 1999900 interval 240 trap memory-use-alarm rising-threshold 50000000 falling-threshold 45999999 interval 500 ---------------------------------------------- A:ALU-49>config>system>thresholds#...

  • Page 313: Configuring Lldp

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.12 Configuring LLDP Use the following syntax to configure LLDP: CLI Syntax: config>system>lldp message-fast-tx time message-fast-tx-init count notification-interval time reinit-delay time tx-credit-max count tx-hold-multiplier multiplier tx-interval interval Example: config>system# lldp config>system>lldp# message-fast-tx 100 config>system>lldp# notification-interval 10 config>system>lldp# reinit-delay 5 config>system>lldp# tx-credit-max 20 config>system>lldp# tx-hold-multiplier 2...

  • Page 314

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 315: System Command Reference

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.13 System Command Reference 6.13.1 Command Hierarchies • Configuration Commands − System Information and General Commands − System Alarm Commands − Persistence Commands − System Time Commands − CRON Commands − System Synchronization Commands −...

  • Page 316

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.13.1.1 Configuration Commands 6.13.1.1.1 System Information and General Commands config — system — — atm-location-id location-id — no atm-location-id — boot-bad-exec file-url — no boot-bad-exec — boot-good-exec file-url — no boot-good-exec — clli-code clli-code —...

  • Page 317

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.13.1.1.2 System Alarm Commands config — system — thresholds — cflash-cap-alarm cflash-id rising-threshold threshold [falling-threshold threshold] interval seconds [rmon-event-type] [startup-alarm alarm-type] — no cflash-cap-alarm cflash-id — cflash-cap-warn cflash-id rising-threshold threshold [falling-threshold threshold] interval seconds [rmon-event-type] [startup-alarm alarm-type] —...

  • Page 318

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide — offset offset — start {start-week} {start-day} {start-month} [hours-minutes] — gnss — port port-id time-ref-priority priority-value — no port — [no] — [no] authentication-check — authentication-key key-id key key [hash | hash2] type {des | message-digest} —...

  • Page 319

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management — count number — description description-string — no description — [no] end-time [date | day-name] time — [no] hour {..hour-number [..hour-number] | all} — [no] interval seconds — [no] minute {minute-number [..minute-number] | all} —...

  • Page 320

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide — ql-override {prs | stu | st2 | tnc | st3e | st3 | smc | prc | ssu-a | ssu-b | sec | eec1 | eec2} — no ql-override — [no] ql-selection — ref-order first second [third] —...

  • Page 321

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.13.1.1.8 System PTP Commands config — system — — clock clock-id [create] — no clock — anno-rx-timeout number-of-timeouts — no anno-rx-timeout — clock-mda mda-id — no clock-mda — clock-type {ordinary {master | slave} | boundary | transparent-e2e} —...

  • Page 322: Administration Commands

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide — no ip-address — [no] unicast-negotiate — [no] shutdown — source-interface ip-if-name — no source-interface — [no] tx-while-sync-uncertain — [no] use-node-time — [no] shutdown 6.13.1.2 Administration Commands 6.13.1.2.1 System Administration Commands root — admin —...

  • Page 323

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management — synchronize {boot-env | config} — multi-chassis — [no] peer ip-address — authentication-key [authentication-key | hash-key] [hash | hash2] — no authentication-key — description description-string — [no] description — [no] mc-lag — hold-on-neighbor-failure multiplier —...

  • Page 324: Debug Commands

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide — peer peer-id [detail] — rollback [rescue] — sntp — sync-if-timing — thresholds — time [detail] — uptime 6.13.1.4 Debug Commands debug — sync-if-timing — force-reference {external | ref1 | ref2} — no force-reference —...

  • Page 325

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.13.2 Command Descriptions • Configuration Commands • Administration Commands • Show Commands • Debug Commands • Clear Commands Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

  • Page 326

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.13.2.1 Configuration Commands • Generic Commands • System Information and General Commands • System Alarm Commands • Persistence Commands • System Time Commands • CRON Commands • System Synchronization Configuration Commands • LLDP System Commands •...

  • Page 327: Generic Commands

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.13.2.1.1 Generic Commands shutdown Syntax [no] shutdown Context config>system>time>ntp config>system>time>sntp config>cron>action config>cron>schedule config>cron>script config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-lag config>system>ptp>clock config>system>ptp>clock>port config>system>ptp>clock>ptp-port config>system>sync-if-timing>external config>system>sync-if-timing>bits>input config>system>sync-if-timing>bits>output config>system>sync-if-timing>ref1 config>system>sync-if-timing>ref2 config>system>lldp Description This command administratively disables the entity. When disabled, an entity does not change, reset, or remove any configuration settings or statistics.

  • Page 328

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide The description command associates a text string with a configuration context to help identify the content in the configuration file. The no form of this command removes the string from the configuration. Default n/a — no description is associated with the configuration context Parameters string —...

  • Page 329

    Description This command indicates the location ID for ATM OAM. Refer to the 7705 SAR Quality of Service Guide, “ATM QoS Traffic Descriptor Profiles”, for information on ATM QoS policies and the 7705 SAR Services Guide, “VLL Services” for information on ATM-related service parameters.

  • Page 330

    Description This command creates a Common Language Location Identifier (CLLI) code string for the 7705 SAR. A CLLI code is an 11-character standardized geographic identifier that uniquely identifies geographic locations and certain functional categories of equipment unique to the telecommunications industry.

  • Page 331

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management The no form of the command removes the CLLI code. Default n/a — no CLLI codes are configured Parameters clli-code — the 11-character string CLLI code. Any printable, 7-bit ASCII characters can be used within the string. If the string contains spaces, the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

  • Page 332

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide contact Syntax contact contact-name no contact Context config>system Description This command creates a text string that identifies the contact name for the device. Only one contact can be configured. If multiple contacts are configured, the last one entered will overwrite the previous entry.

  • Page 333

    This command configures a static system identifier for the 7705 SAR. The system identifier can be used to uniquely identify the 7705 SAR in the network instead of the system IP address, as a system IP address can change dynamically using DHCP when the 7705 SAR is acting as a DHCP client and the DHCP server-facing interface is unnumbered.

  • Page 334

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide location Syntax location location no location Context config>system Description This command creates a text string that identifies the system location for the device. Only one location can be configured. If multiple locations are configured, the last one entered overwrites the previous entry.

  • Page 335

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management LSR load-balancing configuration on an interface overrides the system-wide LSR load- balancing settings for the interface. Default no lsr-load-balancing Parameters hashing-algorithm — specifies the hashing algorithm Values lbl-only hashing is done on the MPLS label stack, up to a maximum of 10 labels lbl-ip hashing is done on the MPLS label stack and the IPv4...

  • Page 336

    LEDs, the critical alarm LED will be unlit if no other critical alarm conditions exist. For the 7705 SAR-Hc, the alarm LED is unlit if no other alarm condition exists.

  • Page 337

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management C — corresponds to the AC power input on the high-voltage chassis variant of the 7705 SAR-H system-ip-load-balancing Syntax [no] system-ip-load-balancing Context config>system Description This command enables the use of the system IP address in the hash algorithm to add a per- system variable.

  • Page 338

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.13.2.1.3 System Alarm Commands thresholds Syntax thresholds Context config>system Description This command enables the context to configure monitoring thresholds. cflash-cap-alarm Syntax cflash-cap-alarm cflash-id rising-threshold threshold [falling-threshold threshold] interval seconds [rmon-event-type] [startup-alarm alarm-type] no cflash-cap-alarm cflash-id Context config>system>thresholds Description...

  • Page 339

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management After a falling threshold crossing event is generated, another such event will not be generated until the sampled value rises above this threshold and reaches greater than or equal to the rising-threshold value. The threshold values represent units of 512 bytes. Values -2147483648 to 2147483647 Default...

  • Page 340

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide cflash-cap-warn Syntax cflash-cap-warn cflash-id rising-threshold threshold [falling-threshold threshold] interval seconds [rmon-event-type] [startup-alarm alarm-type] no cflash-cap-warn cflash-id Context config>system>thresholds Description This command enables capacity monitoring of the compact flash specified in this command. The severity level is Warning. Both a rising and falling threshold can be specified. The no form of this command removes the configured compact flash threshold warning.

  • Page 341

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management rmon-event-type — specifies the type of notification action to be taken when this event occurs Values log — an entry is made in the RMON-MIB log table for each event occurrence. This does not create a TiMOS logger entry. The RMON- MIB log table entries can be viewed using the show>system>thresholds CLI command.

  • Page 342

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters rising-threshold threshold — specifies a threshold for the sampled statistic. When the current sampled value is greater than or equal to this threshold, and the value at the last sampling interval was less than this threshold, a single threshold crossing event will be generated.

  • Page 343

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management If the first sample is greater than or equal to the rising threshold value and startup- alarm is equal to rising or either, a single rising threshold crossing event is generated. If the first sample is less than or equal to the falling threshold value and startup- alarm is equal to falling or either, a single falling threshold crossing event is generated.

  • Page 344

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide falling-threshold threshold — specifies a threshold for the sampled statistic. When the current sampled value is less than or equal to this threshold, and the value at the last sampling interval was greater than this threshold, a single threshold crossing event will be generated.

  • Page 345

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management rmon Syntax rmon Context config>system>thresholds Description This command enables the context to configure generic RMON alarms and events. Generic RMON alarms can be created on any SNMP object-ID that is valid for RMON monitoring (for example, an integer-based datatype). The configuration of an event controls the generation and notification of threshold crossing events configured with the alarm command.

  • Page 346

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide The oid-string has a maximum length of 255 characters. Default seconds — the interval in seconds specifies the polling period over which the data is sampled and compared with the rising and falling thresholds. When setting this interval value, care should be taken in the case of “delta”...

  • Page 347

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management rising-threshold threshold — specifies a threshold for the sampled statistic. When the current sampled value is greater than or equal to this threshold, and the value at the last sampling interval was less than this threshold, a single threshold crossing event will be generated.

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide event Syntax event rmon-event-id [event-type] [description description-string] [owner owner-string] no event rmon-event-id Context config>system>thresholds>rmon Description This command configures an entry in the RMON-MIB event table. The command controls the generation and notification of threshold crossing events configured with the alarm command. When a threshold crossing event is triggered, the rmon>event configuration optionally specifies if an entry in the RMON-MIB log table should be created to record the occurrence of the event.

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management description-string — a user-configurable string, up to 80 characters in length, that can be used to identify the purpose of this event. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, etc.), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes. Default owner-string —...

  • Page 350

    Parameters cflash-id — the location of the compact flash device. On all 7705 SAR systems except the 7705 SAR-18, the location is cf3:. On the 7705 SAR-18, the location is cf1:, cf2:, or cf3:. 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.13.2.1.5 System Time Commands set-time Syntax set-time [date] [time] Context admin Description This command sets the local system time. The time entered should be accurate for the time zone configured for the system. The system will convert the local time to UTC before saving to the system clock, which is always set to UTC.

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide If the time zone configured is listed in Table 23, then the starting and ending parameters and offset do not need to be configured with this command unless it is necessary to override the system defaults.

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management hours — specifies the hour at which the summer time will end Values 0 to 24 Default minutes — specifies the number of minutes, after the hours defined by the hours parameter, when the summer time will end Values 0 to 59 Default...

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide start-month — the starting month of the year when the summer time will take effect Values january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, october, november, december Default january hours — specifies the hour at which the summer time will take effect Default minutes —...

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Syntax [no] ntp Context config>system>time Description This command enables the context to configure Network Time Protocol (NTP) and its operation. This protocol defines a method to accurately distribute and maintain time for network elements. Furthermore, this capability allows for the synchronization of clocks between the various network elements.

  • Page 356

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters key-id — configures the authentication key-id that will be used by the node when transmitting or receiving Network Time Protocol packets Entering the authentication-key command with a key-id value that matches an existing configuration key will result in overriding the existing entry. Recipients of the NTP packets must have the same authentication key-id, type, and key value in order to use the data transmitted by this node.

  • Page 357

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Parameters router-name — specifies the router name used to receive NTP packets Values Base, management Default Base ip-int-name — specifies the local interface on which to receive NTP broadcast packets. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, etc.), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide server Syntax server ip address [version version] [key-id key-id] [prefer] no server ip-address Context config>system>time>ntp Description This command is used when the node should operate in client mode with the NTP server specified in the address field of this command. Only the IP address parameter is required; the other parameters are optional.

  • Page 359

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management clock Syntax clock clock-id time-ref-priority priority-value clock csm time-ref-priority priority-value no clock Context config>system>time>ptp Description This command specifies the PTP (Precision Time Protocol) source as an option for recovered time for the 1pps (1 pulse per second) port. The specific PTP clock is identified by clock-id and has an assigned priority-value.

  • Page 360

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide broadcast-client Syntax [no] broadcast-client Context config>system>time>sntp Description This command enables listening to SNTP/NTP broadcast messages on interfaces with broadcast client enabled at global device level. When this global parameter is configured, then the ntp-broadcast parameter must be configured on selected interfaces on which NTP broadcasts are transmitted.

  • Page 361

    Default no message-type Parameters ct — China Telecom; not available on the 7705 SAR-H cm — China Mobile; not available on the 7705 SAR-H irig-b002-b122 | irig-b003-b123 | irig-b006-b126 | irig-b007-b127 — specifies IRIG-B message format; available on the 7705 SAR-H only...

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    Description This command sets the time zone and/or time zone offset for the device. The 7705 SAR supports system-defined and user-defined time zones. The system-defined time zones are listed in Table For user-defined time zones, the zone and the UTC offset must be specified.

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Values hours: -11 to 11 minutes: 0 to 59 Default hours: 0 minutes: 0 Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.13.2.1.6 CRON Commands cron Syntax cron Context config Description This command enables the context to create scripts, script parameters and schedules that support the Service Assurance Agent (SAA) functions. CRON features are saved to the configuration file on both primary and backup control modules.

  • Page 365

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Parameters seconds — specifies the maximum amount of time to keep the results from a script run Values 1 to 21474836 Default 3600 (1 hour) forever — specifies to keep the results from a script run forever lifetime Syntax lifetime {seconds | forever}...

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide results Syntax [no] results file-url Context config>cron>action Description This command specifies the location where the system writes the output of an event script’s execution. The no form of this command removes the file location from the configuration. Parameters file-url —...

  • Page 367

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management owner-name — owner name of the schedule count Syntax count number Context config>cron>schedule Description This command configures the total number of times a CRON “interval” schedule is run. For example, if the interval is set to 600 and the count is set to 4, the schedule runs 4 times at 600 second intervals.

  • Page 368

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide end-time Syntax [no] end-time [date | day-name] time Context config>cron>schedule Description This command is used concurrently with type periodic or calendar. Using the type of periodic, end-time determines at which interval the schedule will end. Using the type of calendar, end-time determines on which date the schedule will end.

  • Page 369

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management interval Syntax [no] interval seconds Context config>cron>schedule Description This command specifies the interval between runs of an event. Parameters seconds — the interval, in seconds, between runs of an event Values 30 to 4294967295 minute Syntax [no] minute {minute-number [..minute-number] | all}...

  • Page 370

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters month-number — specifies a month number Values 1 to 12 (maximum 12 month-numbers) month-name — specifies a month by name Values january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, october, november, december (maximum 12 month names) all —...

  • Page 371

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management The no form of this command removes the specified weekday from the configuration. Parameters weekday-number — specifies a weekday number Values 1 to 7 (maximum 7 week-day-numbers) day-name — specifies a day by name Values sunday, monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday (maximum 7 weekday names)

  • Page 372

    Context config>system>sync-if-timing Description This command enables the context to configure parameters for BITS timing on the 7705 SAR-18. The BITS input and output ports can be configured for T1/E1 or 2 MHz G.703 signals. 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

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    Syntax input Context config>system>sync-if-timing>bits Description This command enables the context to configure BITS input timing ports parameters on the 7705 SAR-18. interface-type Syntax interface-type {ds1 [{esf | sf}] | e1 [{pcm30crc | pcm31crc}] | 2048khz-G703} no interface-type Context config>system>sync-if-timing>bits Description This command specifies the signal type for the BITS input and output ports.

  • Page 374

    Description This command configures the source of the BITS output ports in the 7705 SAR-18. By default the source is configured as internal-clock, which provides a filtered signal from the output of the node’s central clock. The central clock output is usually used when no BITS/ SASE device is present.

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management ql-override Syntax ql-override {prs | stu | st2 | tnc | st3e | st3 | smc | prc | ssu-a | ssu-b | sec | eec1 | eec2} no ql-override Context config>system>sync-if-timing>external config>system>sync-if-timing>bits config>system>sync-if-timing>ref1 config>system>sync-if-timing>ref2 Description This command configures a static quality level value.

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    {high-impedance | 50-Ohm | 75-Ohm} Context config>system>sync-if-timing>external>input-interface Description This command configures the impedance of the external input timing port. The command is only applicable to the 7705 SAR-8, 7705 SAR-H, and 7705 SAR-M. Default 50-Ohm Parameters high-impedance — specifies a high input impedance value 50-Ohm —...

  • Page 377

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management type Syntax type {2048khz-G703 | 5mhz | 10mhz} no type Context config>system>sync-if-timing>external>input-interface config>system>sync-if-timing>external>output-interface Description This command configures the interface type of the external timing port. The no form of the command reverts to the default. Default 2048 kHz-G703 Parameters...

  • Page 378

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Description The synchronous equipment timing subsystem can lock to three different timing reference inputs, those specified in the ref1, ref2, external, and bits command configuration. This command organizes the priority order of the timing references. If a reference source is disabled, then the clock from the next reference source as defined by ref-order is used.

  • Page 379

    Line timing is supported on T1/E1 ports of the 7705 SAR-M and 7705 SAR-A (variants with T1/E1 ports) and on the T1/E1 ports of the 7705 SAR-H 4-port T1/E1 and RS-232 Combination module. Line timing is also supported in the form of synchronous Ethernet on all RJ-45 and optical SFP Ethernet ports on the 7705 SAR-M (all variants), 7705 SAR-H, 7705 SAR-Hc, 7705 SAR-W, 7705 SAR-Wx (all variants), 7705 SAR-X, and 7705 SAR-Ax.

  • Page 380

    Synchronous Ethernet ports can supply a timing reference on the 7705 SAR-M (all variants), 7705 SAR-A (both variants), 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-W, 7705 SAR-Wx (all variants), and 7705 SAR-X. Two T1/E1 ports can supply a timing reference on the 7705 SAR-X and on the 7705 SAR-M and 7705 SAR-A (variants with T1/E1 ports).

  • Page 381

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management • two ports on the Packet Microwave Adapter card: on port 1 or 2, it could be a synchronous Ethernet or PCR-enabled port; on port 3 or 4, it could be a synchronous Ethernet (optical SFP only) or PCR-enabled port (copper-based SFP only); on ports 5 through 8, it could be a synchronous Ethernet (optical SFP only) port.

  • Page 382

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.13.2.1.8 LLDP System Commands Refer to the 7705 SAR Interface Configuration Guide, “7705 SAR Interfaces”, for LLDP Ethernet port commands. lldp Syntax lldp Context config>system Description This command enables the context to configure system-wide Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) parameters.

  • Page 383

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management message-fast-tx-init Syntax message-fast-tx-init count no message-fast-tx-init Context config>system>lldp Description This command configures the number of LLDPDUs to send during a fast transmission period. The fast transmission period begins when a new neighbor is detected. During the fast transmission period, LLDPDUs are transmitted at shorter intervals than the standard interval to ensure that more than one LLDPDU is sent to the new neighbor.

  • Page 384

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide reinit-delay Syntax reinit-delay time no reinit-delay Context config>system>lldp Description This command configures the time before reinitializing LLDP on a port. The no form of the command reverts to the default value. Default Parameters time — specifies the time, in seconds, before reinitializing LLDP on a port Values 1 to 10 tx-credit-max...

  • Page 385

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management The no form of the command reverts to the default value. Default Parameters multiplier — specifies the multiplier of the transmit interval Values 2 to 10 tx-interval Syntax tx-interval interval no tx-interval Context config>system>lldp Description This command configures the LLDP transmit interval time.

  • Page 386

    Use the numeric value for PTP clocks that transmit and receive PTP messages using IPv4 encapsulation. On the 7705 SAR-M, 7705 SAR-H, 7705 SAR-Hc, 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-W, 7705 SAR-Wx, and 7705 SAR-X, only one PTP instance can be master, slave, or boundary.

  • Page 387

    This command configures the adapter card slot that performs the IEEE 1588v2 clock recovery. On the 7705 SAR-M, 7705 SAR-H, 7705 SAR-Hc, 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-W, and 7705 SAR-Wx, this slot is always 1/1. On the 7705 SAR-X, this slot is always either 1/2 or 1/3.

  • Page 388

    — configures the clock as a transparent clock. This option is only used for a PTP clock that transmits and receives PTP messages using IPv4 encapsulation, and is only available for the following: 7705 SAR-M, 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-W, 7705 SAR-Wx, and 7705 SAR-X.

  • Page 389

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Parameters domain-value — specifies the PTP device domain value Values 0 to 127 when the profile is configured as either ieee1588-2008 or itu-telecom-freq 24 to 43 when the profile is configured as g8275dot1-2014 dynamic-peers Syntax [no] dynamic-peers Context...

  • Page 390

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters ptp — configures the PTP clock to use PTP as the frequency source ssu — configures the PTP clock to use the SSU as the frequency source local-priority Syntax local-priority priority no local-priority Context config>system>ptp>clock config>system>ptp>clock>port...

  • Page 391

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management This value also defines the interval between executions of the BMCA within the node. In order to minimize BMCA-driven reconfigurations, the IEEE Std 1588-2008 recommends that the announce interval be consistent across the entire IEEE 1588 network. The announce message interval cannot be changed unless PTP is shut down.

  • Page 392

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide port Syntax port port-id [create] no port port-id Context config>system>ptp>clock Description This command configures PTP over Ethernet on the physical port, so that PTP messages are sent and received over the port using Ethernet encapsulation. There are two reserved multicast addresses allocated for PTP messages (see Annex F of IEEE Std 1588- 2008 and address command).

  • Page 393

    PTP master ports advertise this interval to external slave ports as the minimum acceptable interval for Delay_Req messages from those slave ports. The 7705 SAR supports the IEEE 1588 requirement that a port in slave mode check the logMessageInterval field of received multicast Delay_Resp messages.

  • Page 394

    Description This command prevents the local port from ever entering the slave state. This ensures that the 7705 SAR never draws synchronization from an attached external device. This command only applies when the profile command is set to g8275dot1-2014.

  • Page 395

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Context config>system>ptp>clock Description This command configures the first priority value of the local clock. This value is used by the BMCA to determine which clock should provide timing for the network. It is also used as the advertised value in announce messages and as the local clock value in data set comparisons.

  • Page 396

    Note: When the clock type is set to transparent, PTP is associated with all ports on the 7705 SAR-M, 7705 SAR-H, 7705 SAR-Hc, 7705 SAR-A, 7705 SAR-Ax, 7705 SAR-W, 7705 SAR-Wx, or 7705 SAR-X, rather than on individual ports, as transparent clock is a system-wide setting.

  • Page 397

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management peer Syntax peer peer-id Context config>system>ptp>clock>ptp-port Description This command enables the context to configure parameters associated with remote PTP peers such as grand master clocks. For ordinary slave clocks, 2 peers are automatically created. For ordinary master clocks, 50 peers are automatically created.

  • Page 398

    The no form of this command disables unicast-negotiate. In this case, the user must specify the slave clock information when configuring the 7705 SAR master node in order for communication between the slave clock and master clock to take place.

  • Page 399

    This allows PTP master or boundary clocks to use the node system time from GNSS or PTP. For a 7705 SAR with an active GNSS receiver port, PTP boundary clocks in use- node-time mode will function similar to a grand master clock with GNSS traceability.

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.13.2.2 Administration Commands • System Administration Commands • High Availability (Redundancy) Commands 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.13.2.2.1 System Administration Commands admin Syntax admin Context <ROOT> Description This command enables the context to configure administrative system commands. Only authorized users can execute the commands in the admin context. Default debug-save Syntax debug-save file-url Context admin...

  • Page 402

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Default n/a — no disconnect options are configured Parameters ip-address — the IP address to disconnect Values ip-int-name: 32 characters maximum ipv4-address: a.b.c.d ipv6-address: x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces) x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d x: [0..FFFF]H d: [0..255]D user-name — the name of the user console —...

  • Page 403

    Interface (CLI) when rebooting the system. When the upgrade keyword is specified, a chassis flag is set for the Boot Loader (boot.ldr) and on the subsequent boot of the 7705 SAR on the chassis, any firmware images on CSMs requiring upgrading will be upgraded automatically.

  • Page 404

    7705 SAR generated filename based on the system name, date, and time, and the file will be saved to the directory indicated by the configured ts-location. 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

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    The directory specified for the ts-location is not automatically created by the 7705 SAR; it must already exist. Parameters file-url —...

  • Page 406

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Nokia recommends that the boot loader file on all 7705 SAR platforms be upgraded using this command. This command is mandatory on all 7705 SAR platforms that do not have a removable compact flash drive and is part of a mechanism that protects the boot loader file from accidental overwrites on these platforms.

  • Page 407

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.13.2.2.2 High Availability (Redundancy) Commands redundancy Syntax redundancy Context admin config Description This command enters the context to allow the user to perform redundancy operations. force-switchover Syntax force-switchover [now] Context admin>redundancy Description This command forces a switchover to the standby CSM card. The primary CSM reloads its software image and becomes the secondary CSM.

  • Page 408

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide synchronize Syntax synchronize {boot-env | config} Context admin>redundancy config>redundancy Description This command performs a synchronization of the standby CSM’s images and/or config files to the active CSM. Either the boot-env or config parameter must be specified. In the admin>redundancy context, this command performs a manually triggered standby CSM synchronization.

  • Page 409

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management peer Syntax [no] peer ip-address [create] Context config>redundancy>multi-chassis Description This command configures a multi-chassis redundancy peer. Parameters ip-address — specifies a peer IP address. A multicast address is not allowed. create — keyword required when first creating the configuration context. When the context is created, you can navigate into the context without the create keyword.

  • Page 410

    Description Sets the number of keep alive intervals the standby 7705 SAR will wait for packets from the active node before assuming a redundant neighbor node failure. This delay in switchover operation is required to accommodate different factors influencing node failure detection rate, such as IGP convergence or high availability switchover times, and to prevent the standby node from take over prematurely.

  • Page 411

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Parameters multiplier — a multiplier of the keepalive interval is used to set the number of keepalive intervals that the standby node will wait for packets from the active node before assuming a redundant-neighbor node failure. Values 2 to 25 keep-alive-interval...

  • Page 412

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters lag-id — the LAG identifier, expressed as a decimal integer. You must specify the LAG ID. Specifying the lag-id allows a mismatch between lag-id on the redundant pair. If you have two existing nodes that already have LAG IDs that do not match, and an MC-LAG is to be created using these nodes, you must specify the correct remote- lag lag-id so that the matching MC-LAG group can be found.

  • Page 413

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.13.2.3 Show Commands Note: The following command outputs are examples only; actual displays may differ depending on supported functionality and user configuration. connections Syntax connections [address ip-address] [port port-number] [detail] Context show>system Description This command displays UDP and TCP connection information. If no command line options are specified, a summary of the TCP and UDP connections displays.

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 0.0.0.0.0 0 10.0.0.xxx.51138 SYN_SENT 10.0.0.104.179 4095 0 10.0.0.xxx.51139 SYN_SENT 10.0.0.91.179 4095 0 10.10.10.xxx.646 LISTEN 0.0.0.0.0 0 10.10.10.xxx.646 ESTABLISH 10.10.10.104.49406 4095 0 11.1.0.1.51140 SYN_SENT 11.1.0.2.179 4095 993 192.168.x.xxx.23 ESTABLISHED 192.168.x.xx.xxxx 4095 0 0.0.0.0.123 0.0.0.0.0 0 0.0.0.0.646 0.0.0.0.0 0 0.0.0.0.17185 0.0.0.0.0...

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management connection accept : 24 connections established (including accepts) : 27 connections closed : 26 (including 2 drops) embryonic connections dropped segments updated rtt : 338742 (of 338747 attempts) retransmit timeouts : 75 connections dropped by rexmit timeout persist timeouts keepalive timeouts : 26...

  • Page 416

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Description This command displays CPU usage per task over a sample period. Parameters seconds — the number of seconds over which to sample CPU task usage Default Values 1 to 10 Output The following output is an example of system CPU information, and Table 34 describes the fields.

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 34 Show System CPU Output Fields Label Description CPU Utilization The total amount of CPU time Name The process or protocol name CPU Time (uSec) The CPU time that each process or protocol has used in the specified sample time CPU Usage The sum of CPU usage of all the processes and protocols...

  • Page 418

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Output The following output is an example of CRON action information, and Table 35 describes the fields. Output Example *A:Redundancy# show cron action run-history terminated =============================================================================== CRON Action Run History =============================================================================== Action "test" Owner "TiMOS CLI" ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Script Run #17 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Page 419

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management *A:Redundancy# show cron action run-history initializing =============================================================================== CRON Action Run History =============================================================================== Action "test" Owner "TiMOS CLI" ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Script Run #21 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Start time : never End time : never Elapsed time : 0d 00:00:00 Lifetime : 0d 01:00:00 State...

  • Page 420

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 35 Show CRON Run History Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Script source location The location of scheduled script Max running allowed The maximum number of allowed sessions Max completed run The maximum number of sessions previously run histories Max lifetime allowed The maximum amount of time the script may run...

  • Page 421

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Script Owner : TiMOS CLI Script source location : ftp://*****:******@192.168.15.1/home/testlab_bgp /cron/test1.cfg Script results location : ftp://*****:******@192.168.15.1/home/testlab_bgp /cron/res Schedule type : periodic Interval : 0d 00:01:00 (60 seconds) Repeat count : infinite Next scheduled run : 0d 00:00:42 Weekday : none...

  • Page 422

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 36 Show CRON Schedule Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Interval Displays the interval between runs of an event Next scheduled run The time for the next scheduled run Weekday The configured weekday Month The configured month Day of Month The configured day of month...

  • Page 423

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Administrative status : enabled Operational status : enabled Script source location : ftp://*****:******@192.168.15.1/home/testlab_bgp /cron/test1.cfg Last script error : none Last change : 2006/11/07 17:10:03 =============================================================================== A:ALU-1>show>cron# Table 37 Show CRON Script Output Fields Label Description Script The name of the script...

  • Page 424

    Last Booted Config File: cf3:/config.cfg Last Boot Cfg Version : FRI APR 20 16:24:27 2007 UTC Last Boot Config Header: # TiMOS-B-5.0.R3 both/hops NOKIA 7705 SAR # Copyright (c) 2016 Nokia. All rights reserved. # All use subject to applicable license agreements.

  • Page 425

    /rel5.0/R3/panos/main # Generated TUE MAR 11 16:24:27 2016 UTC Last Boot Index Version: N/A Last Boot Index Header : # TiMOS-B-5.0.R3 both/hops NOKIA 7705 SAR # Copyright (c) 2016 Nokia. All rights reserved. # All use subject to applicable license agreements.

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 39 Show System Information Output Fields (Continued) Label Description SNMP Max Message The maximum SNMP packet size generated by this node Size: SNMP Admin State Enabled — SNMP is administratively enabled and running Disabled —...

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 39 Show System Information Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Last Boot Index Header The header of the persistence index file read when this CSM card was last rebooted Last Saved Config The location and filename of the last saved configuration file Time Last Saved The date and time of the last time configuration file was saved Changes Since Last...

  • Page 428

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 39 Show System Information Output Fields (Continued) Label Description DNS Domain The DNS domain name of the node DNS Resolve Preference BOF Static Routes To — the static route destination Next Hop — the next hop IP address used to reach the destination Metric —...

  • Page 429

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 2/1/3 57:37:ff:00:00:00 2/2/2, int* ALU-3 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Number of neighbors: 6 A:ALU-1# Table 40 Show LLDP Neighbor Output Fields Label Description Lcl Port The physical port ID of the local port in slot/mda/port format Scope The scope of LLDP supported: NB (nearest bridge), NTPMR (nearest non-two-port MAC relay bridge), or NC (nearest customer bridge)

  • Page 430

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Output Example *A:Sar18 Dut-B>show>system# load-balancing-alg =============================================================================== System-wide Load Balancing Algorithms =============================================================================== L4 Load Balancing : exclude-L4 LSR Load Balancing Hashing Algorithm : lbl-only Hashing Treatment : profile-1 Use Ingress Port : disabled System IP Load Balancing : enabled =============================================================================== *A:Sar18 Dut-B>show>system#...

  • Page 431

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management A:ALU-1# show system memory-pools =============================================================================== Memory Pools =============================================================================== Name Max Allowed Current Size Max So Far In Use ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- System No limit 308,145,416 316,100,296 300,830,200 16,777,216 2,097,152 2,097,152 773,920 RTM/Policies No limit 2,097,152 2,097,152 1,027,792 OSPF No limit...

  • Page 432

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Syntax Context show>system Description This command displays NTP protocol configuration and state. Output The following output is an example of NTP information, and Table 43 describes the fields. Output Example A:pc-40>config>system>time>ntp# show system ntp =============================================================================== NTP Status ===============================================================================...

  • Page 433

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management A:pc-40>config>system>time>ntp# show system ntp detail all =============================================================================== NTP Status =============================================================================== Enabled : Yes Stratum Admin Status : up Oper Status : up Server enabled : No Server keyId : none System Ref Id : 192.168.15.221 Auth Check : Yes MDA Timestamp...

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 43 Show System NTP Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Reject The peer is rejected and will not be used for synchronization. Rejection reasons could be the peer is unreachable, the peer is synchronized to this local server so synchronizing with it would create a sync loop, or the synchronization distance is too large.

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    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 43 Show System NTP Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Reference ID When stratum is between 0 and 15, this field shows the IP address of the remote NTP server or peer with which the remote is exchanging NTP packets.

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    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 43 Show System NTP Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Yes — the NTP peer or server has been reached at least once in the last 8 polls No — the NTP peer or server has not been reached at least once in the last 8 polls Offset The time between the local and remote UTC time, in milliseconds...

  • Page 437

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 44 Show System PoE Status Output Fields Label Description PoE Maximum Power The maximum PoE power budget available for the system. Budget PoE Power The total PoE power that has been configured on all POE or PoE+ Committed ports on the system.

  • Page 438

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide detail — displays detailed information about the specified PTP clock. This command only applies when the clock-id parameter value is 1 to 16. standby — displays PTP information about the standby CSM. This command only applies when the clock-id parameter is defined as csm.

  • Page 439

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 45 Show System PTP Clock CSM Output Fields Label Description Local Clock Clock Type The local PTP clock type, one of: ordinary master, ordinary slave, boundary, or transparent-e2e PTP Profile The PTP profile, as configured by the profile command, one of: ieee-1588, itu-telecom-freq, or g8275dot1-2014 Domain The PTP device domain...

  • Page 440

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 45 Show System PTP Clock CSM Output Fields (Continued) Label Description PTP Recovery State The clock recovery state, one of: disabled, initial, acquiring, phase-tracking, or locked Frequency Offset The frequency offset of the PTP clock in parts per billion Time Information Timescale The PTP timescale flag sent in the 1588 Announce message...

  • Page 441

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Boundary clock case: A:# show system ptp clock 1 summary =============================================================================== Prt/ Peer IP Slave Port Dyn/ In/ Anno Sync Delay Peer State Stat Out Req/Resp =============================================================================== 200.253.252.10 master sta in sta out 770 200.254.254.10 master sta in...

  • Page 442

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide out - out - 192.168.2.11 1 pkt/2 s 64 pkt/s 64 pkt/s out - 10/1 out - 11/1 out - 12/1 out - 13/1 out - 14/1 out - 15/1 out - 50/1 out - =============================================================================== Prt/ Peer IP Slave Pri1 GM...

  • Page 443

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 46 Show System PTP Clock Summary Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Port State The PTP port state: initializing, listening, uncalibrated, slave, master, or passive Dyn/Stat Indicates if the peer is statically configured or dynamically requested In/Out The direction of the packet counts...

  • Page 444

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Output Example A:7705:Dut-I# show system ptp clock 1 =============================================================================== IEEE1588 PTP Clock Information =============================================================================== ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Local Clock ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clock Type : ordinary,slave Admin State : up Source I/F : system Clock MDA : 1/1...

  • Page 445

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 47 Show System PTP Clock Output Fields Label Description Local Clock Clock Type The local clock type Admin State up — the local clock is enabled and running down — the local clock is shut down and not running Source I/F The PTP clock source interface as configured by the source-...

  • Page 446

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 47 Show System PTP Clock Output Fields (Continued) Label Description GM Clock Id The grand master clock ID GM Clock Class The grand master clock class GM Clock Accuracy The grand master clock accuracy designation GM Clock Variance The grand master clock variance GM Clock Priority1...

  • Page 447

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 47 Show System PTP Clock Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Port State The PTP port state: initializing, listening, uncalibrated, slave, master, or passive Dyn/Stat Indicates whether the peer is statically configured or dynamically configured In/Out The direction of the packet count...

  • Page 448

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 48 Show System PTP Clock Timestamp Output Fields Label Description Phys Port The physical port identifier In/Out The direction of the packet counts Sync Pkt The number of ingress or egress synchronization packets Delay Req Pkt The number of ingress or egress delay request packets port...

  • Page 449

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Output Example A:# show system ptp clock 1 ptp-port 1 =============================================================================== PTP Port =============================================================================== Admin State : up Number Of Peers Log-anno-interval Anno-rx-timeouts Log-sync-interval : -6 Unicast : True PTP Port State : slave =============================================================================== Table 49 Show System PTP Port Output Fields...

  • Page 450

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Parameters peer-id — specifies the PTP peer ID Values 1 to 50 Output The following output is an example of detailed PTP peer information, and Table 50 describes the fields. Output Example A:# show system ptp clock 1 ptp-port 1 peer 1 detail =============================================================================== Peer-1 ===============================================================================...

  • Page 451

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Unicast Cancel Delay Resp Packets Unicast Ack Cancel Announce Pack* Unicast Ack Cancel Sync Packets Unicast Ack Cancel Delay Resp Pa* Anno Packets Sync Packets 113840 Delay Response Packets 113838 Delay Request Packets 113838 Follow-Up Packets Out Of Order Sync Packets Total UDP (port 320) Pkts...

  • Page 452

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 50 Show System PTP Port Peer Detail Output Fields Label Description Peer-1 IP Address The peer-1 clock IP address Current Master True — the peer-1 clock is the current master clock False — the peer-1 clock is not the current master clock Description The peer-1 clock description Clock ID...

  • Page 453

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 50 Show System PTP Port Peer Detail Output Fields (Continued) Label Description PTP Peer-1/Peer-2 Statistics The following input/output statistics are provided for the peer-1/peer-2 clock: • Signalling Packets • Unicast Request Announce Packets •...

  • Page 454

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 50 Show System PTP Port Peer Detail Output Fields (Continued) Label Description The following discard statistics are provided for the peer-1/ peer-2 clock: • Alternate Master Packets • Bad Domain Packets • Bad Version Packets •...

  • Page 455

    — displays CLI configuration rollback rescue file information Output The following outputs are examples of rollback information and rollback rescue information, Table 51 describes the fields. Rollback Output Example *A:7705:Dut-C# show system rollback =============================================================================== Rollback Information =============================================================================== Rollback Location : ftp://*:*@xxx.xxx.xxx.xx//device_logs/Dut-C-Rollback...

  • Page 456

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide *A:Sar8 Dut-A# show system rollback rescue =============================================================================== Rollback Rescue Information =============================================================================== Rollback Rescue Location : cf3:/rescue Rescue file saved : Yes Save Last Save Result : Successful Last Save Completion Time : 2017/02/24 17:54:57 UTC Revert In Progress : No...

  • Page 457

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 51 Show System Rollback Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Last Rollback Save The status of the last rollback checkpoint save Result Last Save Completion The date and time the last rollback checkpoint file save operation Time was completed Revert...

  • Page 458

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 51 Show System Rollback Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Last Save Result The status of the last rollback checkpoint save Last Save Completion The date and time the last rollback rescue file save operation was Time completed Revert...

  • Page 459

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 10.10.20.253 Preferred =============================================================================== A:ALU-1# Table 52 Show System SNTP Output Fields Label Description Admin Status up — the SNTP server is administratively up down — the SNTP server is administratively down Oper Status up — the SNTP server is operationally up down —...

  • Page 460

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Sample Interval : 2748341* SampleType : absolute Startup Alarm : either Owner : TiMOS CLI Variable: tmnxCpmFlashUsed.1.11.1 Alarm Id Last Value : 835 Rising Event Id Threshold : 10000 Falling Event Id : 4 Threshold : 5000 Sample Interval...

  • Page 461

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management t-index 5 alarm-variable OID sgiMemoryUsed.0 Event Id Time Sent : 10/31/2006 08:48:00 ================================================================ A:ALU-48# Table 53 Show System Threshold Output Fields Label Description Variable The variable OID Alarm Id The numerical identifier for the alarm Last Value The last threshold value Rising Event Id...

  • Page 462

    Output The following outputs are examples of time information: • 7705 SAR-8, 7705 SAR-18 (Output Example, Table • 7705 SAR chassis where GNSS and PTP are used as sources of system time (Detailed Output Example, Table Output Example A:ALU-1# show system time =============================================================================== Date &...

  • Page 463

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 54 Show System Time Output Fields (SAR-8/18/F) (Continued) Label Description Offset from Non-DST The number of hours (always 0) and minutes (0 to 60) added to the time at the beginning of Daylight Saving Time and subtracted at the end of Daylight Saving Time Starts The date and time Daylight Saving Time begins...

  • Page 464

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 55 Show System Time Output Field (GNSS and PTP Time Source) Label Description Current Date & Time The system date and time using the current time zone DST Active Yes — Daylight Savings Time is currently in effect No —...

  • Page 465

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 55 Show System Time Output Field (GNSS and PTP Time Source) Label Description Selected true — the source is being used to update system time false — the source is not being used to update system time Qualified true —...

  • Page 466

    This command displays summary multi-chassis redundancy status information. Output The following output is an example of general chassis information, and Table 56 describes the fields. Output Example A:7705:Dut-D>config>redundancy>multi-chassis# show redundancy multi-chassis all =============================================================================== Multi-Chassis Peers =============================================================================== Peer IP Src IP Auth...

  • Page 467

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 56 Show Multi-Chassis Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Auth If configured, displays the authentication key used between this node and the multi-chassis peer Peer Admin Displays whether the multi-chassis peer is enabled or disabled MC-Ring Oper Displays whether multi-chassis ring functionality is enabled or disabled.

  • Page 468

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide KeepAlive : 10 deci-seconds Hold On Ngbr Failure : 3 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Lag Id Lacp Remote System Id Last State Changed Lag Id Prio ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 11:11:11:11:11:11 01/28/2013 12:52:38 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Number of LAGs : 1 =============================================================================== A:ALU-1>show>redundancy>multi-chassis# A:ALU-1>show>redundancy>multi-chassis# mc-lag peer 10.10.10.4 statistics ===============================================================================...

  • Page 469

    Oper State Displays the operational state of the MC-LAG peer Hold On Ngbr Failure Displays how many keep alive intervals the standby 7705 SAR will wait for packets from the active node before assuming a redundant neighbor node failure Lag Id...

  • Page 470

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 57 Show MC-LAG Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Packets Dropped Displays the number of packets that were dropped because the packet failed MD5 authentication Packets Tx Displays the number of packets transmitted from this system to the peer Packets Tx Keepalive Displays the number of keepalive packets transmitted from this...

  • Page 471

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 58 Show Synchronization Output Fields Label Description Standby Status Displays the status of the standby CSM Last Standby Failure Displays the timestamp of the last standby failure Standby Up Time Displays the length of time the standby CSM has been up Failover Time Displays the timestamp when the last redundancy failover occurred causing a switchover from active to standby CSM.

  • Page 472

    Output The following output is an example of synchronous interface timing information, and Table 60 describes the fields. Note: Some of the fields in the following output apply to the 7705 SAR-18 only. Output Example A:ALU-1# show system sync-if-timing ===============================================================================...

  • Page 473

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Reference BITS 1 Admin Status : up Configured Quality Level : stu Rx Quality Level : unknown Qualified For Use : Yes Selected For Use : Yes Interface Type : DS1 Framing : ESF Line Coding : B8ZS Output Admin Status...

  • Page 474

    — the source port of the ref1 or ref2 timing reference Reference BITS 1, 2 The reference 1 and reference 2 BITS parameters, applicable to the 7705 SAR-18 only Admin Status down — the BITS 1 or BITS 2 configuration is administratively shut down up —...

  • Page 475

    Output The following output is an example of general chassis information, and Table 61 describes the fields. Output Example A:ALU-1# show chassis =============================================================================== Chassis Information =============================================================================== Name : ALU-1 Type : 7705 SAR-8 Location Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

  • Page 476

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Coordinates CLLI code Number of slots Number of ports : 88 Critical LED state : Off Major LED state : Off Minor LED state : Off Over Temperature state : OK Base MAC address : 00:1a:f0:67:fc:a6 Hardware Data Part number...

  • Page 477

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Status : not monitored =============================================================================== A:ALU-1# A:7705-3>config# show chassis environment =============================================================================== Chassis Information =============================================================================== Environment Information Module Status : ok Type : fan-v1 Fan Information # of on-board fans Status : up Speed : full speed...

  • Page 478

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide Table 61 Show Chassis Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Coordinates A user-configurable string that indicates the global navigation satellite system (GNSS) coordinates for the location of the chassis. For example: N 45 58 23, W 34 56 12 N37 37' 00 latitude, W122 22' 00 longitude N36 ×...

  • Page 479

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management Table 61 Show Chassis Output Fields (Continued) Label Description Type Version of the fan module # of on-board fans The total number of fans installed in this chassis Status Current status of the fans Speed Half speed —...

  • Page 480

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide 6.13.2.4 Debug Commands sync-if-timing Syntax sync-if-timing Context debug Description This command enables the context to debug synchronous interface timing references. force-reference Syntax force-reference {external | ref1 | ref2} no force-reference Context debug>sync-if-timing Description This command allows an operator to force the system synchronous timing output to use a specific reference.

  • Page 481

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management http-connections Syntax http-connections [host-ip-address/mask] no http-connections Context debug>system Description This command displays HTTP connections debug information. Parameters host-ip-address/mask — displays information for the specified host IP address and mask Syntax ntp router router-name interface ip-int-name no ntp Context debug>system...

  • Page 482

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide sm — traces the LACP state machine pkt — traces LACP packets cfg — traces the LAG configuration red — traces the LAG high availability iom-upd — traces LAG IOM updates port-state — traces LAG port state transitions timers —...

  • Page 483: Clear Commands

    Basic System Configuration Guide System Management 6.13.2.5 Clear Commands clock Syntax clock clock-id statistics clock csm port port-id statistics Context clear>system>ptp Description This command clears PTP clock information. Parameters clock-id — specifies the clock ID of this PTP instance Values 1 to 16 for PTP clocks that use IPv4 encapsulation csm for a PTP clock that uses Ethernet encapsulation port-id —...

  • Page 484

    System Management Basic System Configuration Guide sync-if-timing Syntax sync-if-timing {external | ref1 | ref2} Context clear>system Description This command allows an operator to individually clear (re-enable) a previously failed reference. As long as the reference is one of the valid options, this command is always executed.

  • Page 485: List Of Acronyms

    3DES triple DES (data encryption standard) third generation mobile telephone technology 6VPE IPv6 on Virtual Private Edge Router 7705 SAR 7705 Service Aggregation Router 7750 SR 7750 Service Router 9500 MPR 9500 microwave packet radio area border router available bit rate...

  • Page 486

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion autonomous system ASAP any service, any port ASBR autonomous system boundary router any-source multicast autonomous system message autonomous system number asynchronous transfer mode ATM PVC ATM permanent virtual circuit B3ZS bipolar with three-zero substitution Batt A...

  • Page 487

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion boot options file bottom of stack BPDU bridge protocol data unit BRAS Broadband Remote Access Server Base Station Controller bootstrap message bootstrap router BSTA Broadband Service Termination Architecture base transceiver station certificate authority channel associated signaling...

  • Page 488

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion certificate management protocol C-multicast customer multicast class of service customer premises equipment Cpipe circuit emulation (or TDM) VLL Control and Processing Module (CPM is used instead of CSM when referring to CSM filtering to align with CLI syntax used with other SR products).

  • Page 489

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion DC-I DC return - isolated digitally controlled oscillator differential clock recovery DDoS distributed DoS discard eligibility distinguished encoding rules data encryption standard do not fragment Diffie-Hellman decimal, hexadecimal, or binary DHCP dynamic host configuration protocol DHCPv6...

  • Page 490

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion digital subscriber line DSLAM digital subscriber line access multiplexer data termination equipment downstream unsolicited DUID DHCP unique identifier do not use for synchronization delay variation DVMRP distance vector multicast routing protocol e911 enhanced 911 service Extensible Authentication Protocol...

  • Page 491

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion end of packet evolved packet core early packet discard Epipe Ethernet VLL Ethernet private line EPON Ethernet Passive Optical Network equipment protection switching explicit route object electrostatic discharge ESMC Ethernet synchronization message channel extended sequence number...

  • Page 492

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion FeGW far-end gateway front-end processor fixed filter fast fault detection forwarding information base FIFO first in, first out FIPS-140-2 Federal Information Processing Standard publication 140-2 fault notification generator figure of merit Fpipe frame relay VLL...

  • Page 493

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion Global System for Mobile Communications (2G) GTP-U GPRS tunneling protocol user plane high availability high capacity multiplexing HDB3 high density bipolar of order 3 HDLC high-level data link control protocol header error control HMAC hash message authentication code...

  • Page 494

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion IGMP Internet group management protocol interior gateway protocol instance ID Internet key exchange iLER ingress label edge router incoming label map inverse multiplexing over ATM INVARP inverse address resolution protocol input/output module Internet Protocol IPCP...

  • Page 495

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion loopback message line buildout loopback reply link control protocol label distribution protocol label edge router loop-free alternate LFIB label forwarding information base label information base LLDP link layer discovery protocol LLDPDU link layer discovery protocol data unit link loss forwarding...

  • Page 496

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion LSP ID to NHLFE link trace reply maintenance association media access control MA-ID maintenance association identifier make-before-break MBGP multicast BGP multiprotocol BGP multiprotocol extensions for BGP MBMS multimedia broadcast multicast service maximum buffer space maximum burst size...

  • Page 497

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion maintenance entity group MEG-ID maintenance entity group identifier Metro Ethernet network maintenance association end point multi-field classification MIP half function management information base MI-IS-IS multi-instance IS-IS minimum information rate multicast listener discovery mLDP multicast LDP...

  • Page 498

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion MPT-MC microwave packet transport, medium capacity MPT-XP microwave packet transport, high capacity (very high power version of MPT-HC V2/9558HC) MRAI minimum route advertisement interval MRRU maximum received reconstructed unit maximum receive unit MSDP Multicast Source Discovery Protocol...

  • Page 499

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion network group encryption NG-MVPN next generation MVPN next hop NHLFE next hop label forwarding entry NHOP next-hop NLOS non-line-of-sight NLPID network level protocol identifier NLRI network layer reachability information NNHOP next next-hop network-to-network interface...

  • Page 500

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion outdoor unit outgoing interface optical line termination optical management console optical network terminal out-of-band off premises extension outbound route filtering operating system Open Systems Interconnection (reference model) OSINLCP OSI Network Layer Control Protocol OSPF...

  • Page 501

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion pulse code modulation priority code point proprietary clock recovery power distribution unit protocol data units packet delay variation PDVT packet delay variation tolerance provider edge router PEAPv0 protected extensible authentication protocol version 0 privacy enhanced mail PFoE...

  • Page 502

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion point of presence packet over SONET point-to-point protocol PPPoE point-to-point protocol over Ethernet pulses per second primary reference clock primary reference source PRTC primary reference time clock power sourcing equipment pre-shared key packet switched network...

  • Page 503

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion route distinguisher remote defect indication random early discard RESV reservation routing information base routing information protocol RJ-45 registered jack 45 RMON remote network monitoring Radio Network Controller rendezvous point RPF RTM reverse path forwarding RTM...

  • Page 504

    • equipped with a factory-installed GPS receiver and GNSS RF faceplate connector SAR-H 7705 Service Aggregation Router – temperature- and EMC-hardened to the following specifications: IEEE 1613 and IEC 61850-3 SAR-Hc 7705 Service Aggregation Router – compact version of 7705 SAR-H 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 505

    0 module slots • passively cooled chassis with 0 T1/E1 ports, 7 Ethernet ports, and 0 module slots SAR-O 7705 Service Aggregation Router passive CWDM device – three variants: • 2-wavelength CWDM dual-fiber • 4-wavelength CWDM dual-fiber • 8-wavelength CWDM single-fiber...

  • Page 506

    Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion SAR-Wx 7705 Service Aggregation Router – passively cooled, universal AC powered unit; there are six variants: • a unit that is equipped with an AC power input connector, five Gigabit Ethernet data ports (three SFP ports and two RJ-45 Ethernet ports), and an RJ-45 alarm input connector •...

  • Page 507

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion signal degrade space diversity synchronous digital hierarchy serial data interface software defined network service destination point shared explicit SeGW secure gateway SETS synchronous equipment timing source signal fail small form-factor pluggable (transceiver) SFTP SSH file transfer protocol...

  • Page 508

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion security parameter index S-PMSI selective PMSI shortest path tree service router (includes 7710 SR, 7750 SR) SRLG shared risk link group stateful request parameter SRRP subscriber routed redundancy protocol secure shell source-specific multicast synchronization status messaging...

  • Page 509

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion transport layer security type length value traffic management time of day type of service T-PE terminating provider edge router TPID tag protocol identifier TPIF IEEE C37.94 teleprotection interface TPMR two-port MAC relay transmission protection switching...

  • Page 510

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion virtual circuit voice conference bridge virtual channel connection VCCV virtual circuit connectivity verification virtual circuit identifier VLAN ID VLAN virtual LAN virtual leased line virtual machine VoIP voice over IP peak voltage virtual path...

  • Page 511

    Basic System Configuration Guide List of Acronyms Table 62 Acronyms (Continued) Acronym Expansion exclude route object Edition: 01 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA...

  • Page 512

    List of Acronyms Basic System Configuration Guide 3HE 11010 AAAC TQZZA Edition: 01...

  • Page 513: Standards And Protocol Support

    Basic System Configuration Guide Standards and Protocol Support 8 Standards and Protocol Support This chapter lists the 7705 SAR compliance with EMC, environmental, and safety standards, telecom standards, and supported protocols: • EMC Industrial Standards Compliance • EMC Regulatory and Customer Standards Compliance •...

  • Page 514

    Standards and Protocol Support Basic System Configuration Guide Table 63 EMC Industrial Standards Compliance Standard Title Platform IEEE 1613:2009 + IEEE Standard Environmental and ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ A1:2011 Testing Requirements for Communications Networking Devices Installed in Electric Power Substations IEEE 1613.1-2013 IEEE Standard Environmental and ✓...

  • Page 515

    Basic System Configuration Guide Standards and Protocol Support Notes: 1. Performance Class 1 2. Performance Class 1 (Class 2 with Optics interfaces only) 3. Performance Class 2 4. Zone A; Performance Class 1 5. Zone A; Performance Class 1 (Class 2 with Optics interfaces only) 6.

  • Page 516

    Standards and Protocol Support Basic System Configuration Guide Table 64 EMC Regulatory and Customer Standards Compliance (Continued) Standard Title Platform ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ IEC 61000-3-3 Limits for voltage fluctuations and flicker ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ in low-voltage supply systems for equipment with rated current <16A ✓...

  • Page 517

    Basic System Configuration Guide Standards and Protocol Support Table 64 EMC Regulatory and Customer Standards Compliance (Continued) Standard Title Platform EN 55022 Information technology equipment. ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Radio disturbance characteristics. Limits and methods of measurement EN 55032 Electromagnetic compatibility of ✓...

  • Page 518

    Standards and Protocol Support Basic System Configuration Guide Table 65 Environmental Standards Compliance Standard Title Platform ✓ ✓ IEEE 1613:2009 + Environmental and Testing ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ A1:2011 Requirements for Communications Networking Devices IEC 61850-3 Communication networks and systems ✓...

  • Page 519

    Basic System Configuration Guide Standards and Protocol Support Table 65 Environmental Standards Compliance (Continued) Standard Title Platform ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ “GR-3108 Class 3 Conformal Coating Section 6.2 IEC 60068-2-52 - Severity 3 MIL-STD-810G Method 509.5 EN 60721-3-3 Class EN 60068-2-11: Salt Mist EN 50155 Class ST4”...

  • Page 520

    Standards and Protocol Support Basic System Configuration Guide Table 66 Safety Standards Compliance (Continued) Standard Title Platform ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ IEC/EN 60825-1 Safety of laser products - Part 1: and 2 Equipment classification and requirements Part 2: Safety of optical fibre communication systems (OFCS)

  • Page 521

    Basic System Configuration Guide Standards and Protocol Support Table 67 Telecom Interface Compliance Standard Title Platform ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ IC CS-03 Issue 9 Compliance Specification for Terminal Equipment, Terminal Systems, Network Protection Devices, Connection Arrangements and Hearing Aids Compatibility ✓...

  • Page 522

    Standards and Protocol Support Basic System Configuration Guide Table 67 Telecom Interface Compliance (Continued) Standard Title Platform ✓ ✓ ITU-T V.11 / X.27 Electrical characteristics for balanced (RS-422) double current interchange circuits operating at data signalling rates up to 10 Mbit/s ✓...

  • Page 523

    Basic System Configuration Guide Standards and Protocol Support Table 68 Directives, Regional Approvals and Certifications Compliance (Continued) Standard Title Platform ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ South Korea (KC Mark) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓...

  • Page 524: Protocol Support

    Standards and Protocol Support Basic System Configuration Guide Security Standards FIPS 140-2—Federal Information Processing Standard publication 140-2, Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules Telecom Standards ANSI/TIA/EIA-232-C—Interface Between Data Terminal Equipment and Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment Employing Serial Binary Data Interchange IEEE 802.1ad—IEEE Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks---Virtual Bridged Local Area Networks IEEE 802.1ag—Service Layer OAM IEEE 802.1p/q—VLAN Tagging...

  • Page 525

    Basic System Configuration Guide Standards and Protocol Support ITU-T Recommendation I.432.1—B-ISDN user-network interface - Physical layer specification: General characteristics ITU-T Recommendation I.610—B-ISDN Operation and Maintenance Principles and Functions version 11/95 RFC 2514—Definitions of Textual Conventions and OBJECT_IDENTITIES for ATM Management, February 1999 RFC 2515—Definition of Managed Objects for ATM Management, February 1999 RFC 2684—Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer 5 draft-ietf-bfd-mib-00.txt—Bidirectional Forwarding Detection Management...

  • Page 526

    Standards and Protocol Support Basic System Configuration Guide RFC 6514—BGP Encodings and Procedures for Multicast in MPLS/BGP IP VPNs draft-ietf-idr-add-paths-04.txt—Advertisement of Multiple Paths in BGP draft-ietf-idr-add-paths-guidelines-00.txt—Best Practices for Advertisement of Multiple Paths in BGP DHCP/DHCPv6 RFC 1534—Interoperation between DHCP and BOOTP RFC 2131—Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (REV) RFC 2132—DHCP Options and BOOTP Vendor Extensions RFC 3046—DHCP Relay Agent Information Option (Option 82)

  • Page 527

    Basic System Configuration Guide Standards and Protocol Support ITU-T G.998.2—SHDSL 4-pair EFM bonding ITU-T G.998.4 G.inp—Physical layer retransmission ITU-T Y.1564 Ethernet service activation test methodology TR-060—SHDSL rate and reach TR112 (U-R2 Deutsche Telekom AG) Version 7.0 and report of Self-Test-Result (ATU-T Register#3) ECMP RFC 2992—Analysis of an Equal-Cost Multi-Path Algorithm...

  • Page 528

    Standards and Protocol Support Basic System Configuration Guide RFC 5280—Internet X.509 Public Key Infrastructure Certificate and Certificate Revocation List (CRL) Profile RFC 5996—Internet Key Exchange Protocol Version 2 (IKEv2) IPv6 RFC 2460—Internet Protocol, Version 6 (IPv6) Specification RFC 2462—IPv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration RFC 2464—Transmission of IPv6 Packets over Ethernet Networks RFC 3587—IPv6 Global Unicast Address Format RFC 3595—Textual Conventions for IPv6 Flow Label...

  • Page 529

    Basic System Configuration Guide Standards and Protocol Support RFC 5036—LDP Specification RFC 5283—LDP Extension for Inter-Area Label Switched Paths RFC 5443—LDP IGP Synchronization RFC 6388—Label Distribution Protocol Extensions for Point-to-Multipoint and Multipoint-to-Multipoint Label Switched Paths RFC 6512—Using Multipoint LDP When the Backbone Has No Route to the Root draft-pdutta-mpls-mldp-up-redundancy-00.txt—Upstream LSR Redundancy for Multi-point LDP Tunnels LDP and IP FRR...

  • Page 530

    Standards and Protocol Support Basic System Configuration Guide Network Management IANA-IFType-MIB ITU-T X.721—Information technology- OSI-Structure of Management Information ITU-T X.734—Information technology- OSI-Systems Management: Event Report Management Function M.3100/3120—Equipment and Connection Models RFC 1157—SNMPv1 RFC 1850—OSPF-MIB RFC 1907—SNMPv2-MIB RFC 2011—IP-MIB RFC 2012—TCP-MIB RFC 2013—UDP-MIB RFC 2030—Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) Version 4 for IPv4, IPv6 and OSI RFC 2096—IP-FORWARD-MIB...

  • Page 531

    Basic System Configuration Guide Standards and Protocol Support draft-ietf-disman-alarm-mib-04.txt draft-ietf-mpls-ldp-mib-07.txt draft-ietf-ospf-mib-update-04.txt draft-ietf-mpls-lsr-mib-06.txt draft-ietf-mpls-te-mib-04.txt TMF 509/613—Network Connectivity Model OSPF RFC 1765—OSPF Database Overflow RFC 2328—OSPF Version 2 RFC 2370—Opaque LSA Support RFC 2740—OSPF for IPv6 RFC 3101—OSPF NSSA Option RFC 3137—OSPF Stub Router Advertisement RFC 3509—Alternative Implementations of OSPF Area Border Routers RFC 3623—Graceful OSPF Restart (support for Helper mode) RFC 3630—Traffic Engineering (TE) Extensions to OSPF...

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