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7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide
7210 SERVICE ACCESS SWITCH
7210 SAS OS Interface Configuration Guide
7210 SAS-M
7210 SAS-X
7210 SAS-R12
7210 SAS-S
Release 9.0.R8
3HE11485AAHTQZZA
Issue: 01
September 2017
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Use pursuant to applicable agreements.
7210 SAS-T
7210 SAS-R6
7210 SAS-Mxp
7210 SAS-Sx

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    7210 SERVICE ACCESS SWITCH 7210 SAS OS Interface Configuration Guide 7210 SAS-M 7210 SAS-T 7210 SAS-X 7210 SAS-R6 7210 SAS-R12 7210 SAS-Mxp 7210 SAS-S 7210 SAS-Sx Release 9.0.R8 3HE11485AAHTQZZA Issue: 01 September 2017 Nokia — Proprietary and confidential. Use pursuant to applicable agreements.

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    © 2013, 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...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Getting Started In This Chapter 15 Alcatel-Lucent 7210 SAS-M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, Sx/S Router Configuration Process ....15 7210 SAS-Series Interfaces In This Chapter 17 Configuration Overview .

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode)....... . .55...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Command Hierarchies ............141 Card and MDA Configuration Commands .

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    Table of Contents Page 6 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

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    LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-X devices ....63 Table 10: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured in Access-Uplink mode on 7210 SAS-M . . .66 Table 11: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-T Access-Uplink mode .

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    List of Tables Page 8 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

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    IST OF IGURES Figure 1: LLDP Internal Architecture for a Network Node ........39 Figure 2: Generic Customer Use Case For LLDP .

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    List of Figures Page 10 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 11: About This Guide

    Preface About This Guide All the variants of 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Mxp, and 7210 SAS-Sx can be configured in two modes, that is in network mode and in access-uplink mode. In network mode configuration 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, and 7210 SAS-Mxp uses IP/MPLS to provide service transport.

  • Page 12: Audience

    Preface document. In other cases, it is implied and easy to know the CLIs that are not supported on a particular platform. This document is organized into functional chapters and provides concepts and descriptions of the implementation flow, as well as Command Line Interface (CLI) syntax and command usage. Audience This manual is intended for network administrators who are responsible for configuring the 7210 SAS-Series routers.

  • Page 13: List Of Technical Publications

    Preface List of Technical Publications The 7210 SAS-M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx OS documentation set is composed of the following books: • 7210 SAS-M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx OS Basic System Configuration Guide This guide describes basic system configurations and operations.

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    Preface Page 14 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 15: G Etting S Tarted, Configuration Process

    TARTED In This Chapter This chapter provides process flow information to configure cards and ports. Alcatel-Lucent 7210 SAS-M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, Sx/S Router Configuration Process Table 1 lists the tasks necessary to provision cards, Media Dependent Adapters (MDAs), and ports.

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    In This Chapter Page 16 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

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    802.1x Network Access Control on page 105 − MTU Configuration Guidelines on page 114 − Deploying Pre-provisioned Components for 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE. on page 115 • Configuration Notes on page 189...

  • Page 18: Configuration Overview

    When the entity is in a no shutdown state (administratively enabled), then the entity is considered to be provisioned. The 7210 SAS-M and its variants (that is, 7210 SAS-M 24F, 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP, 7210 SAS- M 24F 2XFP ETR), is a platform with a fixed port configuration and an additional expansion slot that accepts supported MDAs.

  • Page 19: Chassis Slots And Cards

    Interface Configuration Chassis Slots and Cards The 7210 SAS-M and its variants are platforms which has a set of fixed ports and supports one expansion slot. Software pre-provisions the cards on bootup. The expansion slot is represented as a MDA and supported MDAs can be plugged into the expansion slot. The list of MDAs supported on 7210 SAS-M is available in the 7210 SAS release notes.

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    Chassis Slots and Cards Slot Provisioned Equipped Admin Operational Card-type Card-type State State ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- iom-sas iom-sas sfm-sas sfm-sas up/active =============================================================================== A:7210-SAS-X>show# The following display output of show card command lists the cards auto-provisioned on 7210 SAS-T chassis: Sample output for 7210 SAS-T: A:7210SAST>show# card =============================================================================== Card Summary...

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    Interface Configuration *A:7210SAS>show# card state =============================================================================== Card State =============================================================================== Slot/ Provisioned Type Admin Operational Num Comments Equipped Type (if different) State State Ports MDA ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- iom-sas s48-t4-sfpp sfm-sas Active =============================================================================== *A:7210SAS>show# Sample output for 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100 GE: *A:hw_sass_duth# show card state =============================================================================== Card State ===============================================================================...

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    Chassis Slots and Cards and accompanying MDAs (if any) are specified. When a card is installed in a slot and enabled, the system verifies that the installed card type matches the allowed card type. If the parameters do not match, the card remains offline. A pre-provisioned slot can remain empty without conflicting with populated slots.

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    Interface Configuration Sample output for 7210 SAS-R12: A:A6144909484>show# card =============================================================================== Card Summary =============================================================================== Slot Provisioned Type Admin Operational Comments Equipped Type (if different) State State ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (not provisioned) unprovisioned imm-sas-b-4sfp+ cpm-sf-sas-R12 up/active cpm-sf-sas-R12 up/standby =============================================================================== A:A6144909484>show# 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide Page 23...

  • Page 24: Mdas

    IMM type. On 7210 SAS-M, as explained in the previous section, in addition to the fixed ports, a expansion slot is available. It is represented as a physical MDA and needs to be provisioned. The section below talks about provisioning of MDAs and is applicable only to those platforms where physical MDAs are supported.

  • Page 25

    Interface Configuration 2. Configure the BOF parameter "no-service-ports", if using a 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP and 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP ETR variants. 3. Re-boot the device. 4. The above steps are required for first-time use of 2 x 10G MDA or when changing the MDA type in use.

  • Page 26: Digital Diagnostics Monitoring

    Provisioning of MDA on 7210 SAS-M Digital Diagnostics Monitoring Some Nokia SFP and XFP transponders have Digital Diagnostics Monitoring (DDM) capability. With DDM the transceiver module maintains information about its working status in device registers, such as: • Temperature •...

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    Interface Configuration Supported real-time DDM features are summarized in Table Table 2: Real-Time DDM Information Parameter User Units SFP/XFP Units Temperature Celsius Supported Supported Supply Volts µV Supported Supported Voltage TX Bias µA Supported Supported Current TX Output dBm (converted from Supported Supported Power...

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    Provisioning of MDA on 7210 SAS-M Table 3: DDM Alarms and Warnings Parameter SFP/XFP Units Required? Temperature - High Alarm - Low Alarm - High Warning - Low Warning Supply Voltage µV - High Alarm - Low Alarm - High Warning...

  • Page 29: Statistics Collection

    DDM. Non-DDM and DDM-supported SFPs are distinguished by a specific ICS value. For Nokia SFPs that do not indicate DDM support in the ICS value, DDM data is available although the accuracy of the information has not been validated or verified.

  • Page 30: Port Types

    Supported port types on different 7210 platforms is listed in Table 4, “Supported Ethernet ports and TDM ports types,”below: Table 4: Supported Ethernet ports and TDM ports types Ports 7210 SAS-M 7210 SAS-M 7210 SAS-M 7210 SAS-X 7210 SAS-T 24F 2XFP...

  • Page 31: Port Modes

    1. 10/100/1000 Base-T Copper SFPs can be used in the any of the SFP ports. 2. Copper SFPs speed 10Mbps and half-duplex is supported only on 7210 SAS-M and 7210 SAS-T platforms. It is not supported on 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS- R6, and 7210 SAS-R12 platforms.

  • Page 32

    The following port modes are supported on each of the 7210 SAS platforms: Table 6: 7210 SAS Platforms supporting port modes Port Mode Access Network Hybrid Access- Platforms uplink 7210 SAS-M 7210 SAS-X Page 32 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 33: Port Dot1q Vlan Etype

    Interface Configuration Table 6: 7210 SAS Platforms supporting port modes Port Mode Access Network Hybrid Access- Platforms uplink 7210 SAS-T 7210 SAS-R6 IMM (IMMv1) and IMM-b (IMMv2) 7210 SAS-R6 IMM-c (also known as IMM-c 1CFP4 or IMM-c 1QSFP28) 7210 SAS-R12 IMM-b 7210 SAS-R12 IMM-c 100GE 2 variants - IMM-c...

  • Page 34: Configuration Guidelines For Dot1q-etype

    Port Types 7210 supports an option to allow the user to use a different dot1q VLAN Ethernet Type (Etype). It allows for interoperability with third-party switches that use some pre-standard (other than 0x8100) dot1q VLAN etype. Configuration guidelines for Dot1q-etype The following are the configuration guidelines for Dot1q-etype configured for dot1q encap port: •...

  • Page 35: Support For Power Over Ethernet (poe) On 7210 Sas-t And 7210 Sas-mxp Etr Units

    Interface Configuration Support for Power over Ethernet (PoE) on 7210 SAS-T and 7210 SAS-Mxp ETR units NOTE: PoE is not supported on any other 7210 SAS platform other than 7210 SAS-T ETR and 7210 SAS-Mxp ETR. The 7210 SAS-T ETR unit and 7210 SAS-Mxp ETR unit supports Power over Ethernet (PoE) as per 802.3af and 802.3at standards.

  • Page 36: Support For Poe/poe+ Using Combo-ports With 7210 Sas-sx 1/10ge Fiber Variant

    Support for PoE/PoE+ using combo-ports with 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE Fiber variant • The software monitors the PoE port and detect faults and events and raises traps, along with displaying the same in the status of the port. Events and faults detected and notified to the user are: −...

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    Interface Configuration 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide Page 37...

  • Page 38: Link Layer Discovery Protocol (lldp)

    Support for PoE/PoE+ for 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE Copper PoE variant Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) The IEEE 802.1ab Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) standard defines protocol and management elements suitable for advertising information to stations attached to the same IEEE 802 LAN.

  • Page 39

    Interface Configuration Organizationally Organizationally Defined Local Device Defined Remote Device LLDP MIB Extension LLDP MIB Extensions PTOPO MIB (Optional) (Optional) (Optional) Entity MIB (Optional) LLDP Local System LLDP Remote Systems Interface MIB (Optional) Other MIBs (Optional) LLDP Frames LLDP Agent LLDP/LSAP Local Device Information Remote Device Information...

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    Support for PoE/PoE+ for 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE Copper PoE variant MPLS/Native ETH SG/R Core SG/R QinQ DSLAMs Ethernet Links - FE/GE/10GE Figure 2: Generic Customer Use Case For LLDP Page 40 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 41: Lldp Protocol Features

    Interface Configuration LLDP Protocol Features LLDP is an unidirectional protocol that uses the MAC layer to transmit specific information related to the capabilities and status of the local device. Separately from the transmit direction, the LLDP agent can also receive the same kind of information for a remote device which is stored in the related MIB(s).

  • Page 42: Lldp Tunneling For Epipe Service

    LLDP Tunneling for Epipe Service Note that a TTL value of zero can be used, for example, to signal that the sending port has initiated a port shutdown procedure. The End Of LLDPDU TLV marks the end of the LLDPDU. The implementation defaults to setting the port-id field in the LLDP OAMPDU to tx-local.

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    Interface Configuration The following table lists the behavior for LLDP with different values set in use for admin-status and when tunneling is enabled or disabled: Table 7: Behavior for LLDP with different values Nearest-bridge-mac Admin status Tunneling Enabled Tunneling Disabled Process/Peer Process/Peer Tunnel...

  • Page 44: Port Loopback For Ethernet Ports

    Port loopback without MAC swap Port loopback for Ethernet ports 7210 devices support port loopback for ethernet ports. There are two flavors of port loopback commands - port loopback without mac-swap and port loopback with mac-swap. Both these commands are helpful for testing the service configuration and measuring performance parameters such as throughput, delay, and jitter on service turn-up.

  • Page 45: Lag Features

    Software capabilities: • The Nokia solution conforms to the IEEE LAG implementation including dynamic costing and LAG port threshold features. The dynamic cost and LAG port threshold features can be enabled even if the second node is not an Alcatel-Lucent router.

  • Page 46

    LAG Features links regardless of the specified port threshold action. If the port-threshold is met and the action is set to dynamic cost, then the path cost is dynamically recalculated regardless of the global dynamic cost configuration. Enabling dynamic costing causes the physical link metrics used by OSPF to be applied based on the operational or aggregate link bandwidth in the LAG that is available at the time, providing the number of links that are up exceeds the configured LAG port threshold value.

  • Page 47: Configuring Lags

    Interface Configuration Configuring LAGs LAG configuration guidelines include: • Ports can be added or removed from the LAG while the LAG and its ports (other than the port being removed) remain operational. When ports to and/or from the LAG are added or removed, the hashing algorithm is adjusted for the new port count.

  • Page 48: Lag And Qos Policies On 7210 Sas-mxp

    LAG and QoS Policies on 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/ LAG and QoS Policies on 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE In the 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE an ingress QoS policy is applied to the aggregate traffic that is received on all the member ports of the LAG.

  • Page 49: Lag And Qos Policies On 7210 Sas-x

    Interface Configuration ports of the LAG is that, a single flow can uses the entire SLA. The disadvantage is that the overall SLA can be exceeded if the flows span multiple ports. LAG and QoS policies on 7210 SAS-X In 7210 SAS-X, a SAP ingress QoS policy or network port ingress QoS policy or network IP interface ingress QoS policy is applied to the aggregate traffic that enters the traffic through all the ports of the system.

  • Page 50: Port Link Damping

    Port Link Damping then policy is applied each IMM individually, and the policer on each IMM allows a maximum of 100Mbps for a total of 200Mbps. In 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12, SAP egress QoS policy shaper parameters are applied to all the ports that are members of the LAG (all ports get the full SLA), irrespective of whether they are located on a single IMM or two different IMMs.

  • Page 51: Lag Subgroups

    Refer to the IEEE STD 802.3-2002, Section 3, Clause 43.6.1 standard which describes how LACP allows stand-by and active signalling. The 7210 SAS-M,X,T, R6, R12, and Mxp implementation of LACP supports the following: • A given LAG member can be assigned to sub-groups. The selection algorithm then assures that only members of a single sub-group are selected as active links.

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    LACP • The selection algorithm is effective only if LACP is enabled on a given LAG. At the same time, it is assumed that connected system has also LACP enabled (active or passive mode). • The algorithm will select active links based on following criteria: −...

  • Page 53: Lag And Ecmp Hashing

    ECMP of two or more Link Aggregation Groups (LAG) and/or single links.The Nokia implementation supports per flow hashing used to achieve uniform loadspreading and per service hashing designed to provide consistent per service forwarding. Depending on the type of traffic that needs to be distributed into an ECMP and/or a LAG, different variables are used as input to the hashing algorithm.

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    LAG and ECMP Hashing Page 54 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 55: Lag Hashing Fields Used For 7210 Sas-m (network Mode)

    Interface Configuration LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) Table 8: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured in Network Mode on 7210 SAS-M devices Traffic direction Packet fields used for Hashing Packet fields used for Hashing (For example SAP...

  • Page 56

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) Table 8: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured in Network Mode on 7210 SAS-M devices (Continued) Traffic direction Packet fields used for Hashing...

  • Page 57

    Interface Configuration LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) Table 8: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured in Network Mode on 7210 SAS-M devices (Continued) Traffic direction Packet fields used for Hashing Packet fields used for Hashing (For example SAP...

  • Page 58

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) Table 8: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured in Network Mode on 7210 SAS-M devices (Continued) Traffic direction Packet fields used for Hashing...

  • Page 59

    Interface Configuration LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) Table 8: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured in Network Mode on 7210 SAS-M devices (Continued) Traffic direction Packet fields used for Hashing Packet fields used for Hashing (For example SAP...

  • Page 60

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) Table 8: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured in Network Mode on 7210 SAS-M devices (Continued) Traffic direction Packet fields used for Hashing...

  • Page 61

    Interface Configuration LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) Table 8: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured in Network Mode on 7210 SAS-M devices (Continued) Traffic direction Packet fields used for Hashing Packet fields used for Hashing (For example SAP...

  • Page 62

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Network mode) Table 8: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured in Network Mode on 7210 SAS-M devices (Continued) Traffic direction Packet fields used for Hashing...

  • Page 63: Lag Hashing Fields Used For 7210 Sas-x

    Interface Configuration LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-X Table 9: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-X devices Services and Traffic Direction Packet fields used for Hashing for different (For example: SAP to SDP) traffic types VPLS service: IP traffic (Learnt and Unlearnt): Source and Destination IP, Source and Destination L4 ports, SAP to SAP...

  • Page 64

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-X Table 9: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-X devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Direction Packet fields used for Hashing for different (For example: SAP to SDP) traffic types PBB VPLS service: IP traffic (learnt and unlearnt): Source and Destination IP, Source and Destination L4 ports, PBB BCB Traffic (that is, B-SAP...

  • Page 65

    Interface Configuration Table 9: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-X devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Direction Packet fields used for Hashing for different (For example: SAP to SDP) traffic types IES service and IPv4 Network IPv4 unicast traffic: Source and Destination IP, port interface: Source and Destination L4 ports, Ingress Port-Id, VLAN.

  • Page 66: Lag Hashing Fields Used For 7210 Sas-m (access-uplink Mode)

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Access-Uplink mode) LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-M (Access-Uplink mode) Table 10: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured in Access-Uplink mode on 7210 SAS-M Services and Traffic Direction Packet fields used for Hashing for different traffic...

  • Page 67: Lag Hashing Fields Used For 7210 Sas-t Access-uplink Mode

    Interface Configuration NOTES: 1. The term ‘Learnt’ mentioned corresponds to Destination MAC. 2. Source/Destination MAC refer to ‘Customer Source/Destination MACs’ unless otherwise specified. 3. VLAN ID is considered for Learnt - PBB, MPLS, Non-IP traffic in VPLS service only for traffic ingressing at dot1q, Q.*, Q1.Q2 SAPs.

  • Page 68

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Access-Uplink mode Table 11: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-T Access-Uplink mode Services and Traffic Direction Packet fields used for Hashing for different traffic types Epipe service: IIP traffic: Source and Destination IP, Source and Destination L4 ports, Ingress Port-Id.

  • Page 69: Lag Hashing Fields Used For 7210 Sas-t Network Mode

    Interface Configuration LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode Table 12: LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For exam- ferent traffic types ferent traffic types ple -SAP to SDP)

  • Page 70

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode Table 12: LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For exam- ferent traffic types ferent traffic types ple -SAP to SDP)

  • Page 71

    Interface Configuration Table 12: LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For exam- ferent traffic types ferent traffic types ple -SAP to SDP) With hash-1 With hash-2...

  • Page 72

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode Table 12: LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For exam- ferent traffic types ferent traffic types ple -SAP to SDP)

  • Page 73

    Interface Configuration Table 12: LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For exam- ferent traffic types ferent traffic types ple -SAP to SDP) With hash-1 With hash-2...

  • Page 74

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode Table 12: LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For exam- ferent traffic types ferent traffic types ple -SAP to SDP)

  • Page 75

    Interface Configuration Table 12: LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-T Network Mode (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For exam- ferent traffic types ferent traffic types ple -SAP to SDP) With hash-1 With hash-2...

  • Page 76: Lag Hashing Fields Used For 7210 Sas-r6 And 7210 Sas-r12

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 Table 13: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 devices Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1...

  • Page 77

    Interface Configuration Table 13: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 devices Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP) VPLS Service:...

  • Page 78

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 Table 13: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 devices Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2...

  • Page 79

    Interface Configuration Table 13: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 devices Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP) MPLS –...

  • Page 80

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 Table 13: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 devices Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2...

  • Page 81

    Interface Configuration Table 13: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 devices Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP) VPRN service:...

  • Page 82

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 4. 'sap_index' is a value assigned uniquely for each SAP internally. 5. Parameters used for LAG hashing are the same in both SAP egress queue mode (SAP Based Egress Scheduling) or Port egress queue mode (also known as Port Based Egress Scheduling mode), unless otherwise specified above.

  • Page 83: Lag Hashing Fields Used For 7210 Sas-mxp

    Interface Configuration LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-Mxp Table 14: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Mxp devices Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP)

  • Page 84

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-Mxp Table 14: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Mxp devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP) VPLS Service:...

  • Page 85

    Interface Configuration Table 14: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Mxp devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP) VPLS and Epipe Sap Based Egress Scheduling:...

  • Page 86

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-Mxp Table 14: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Mxp devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP) VPLS Service (Multicast...

  • Page 87

    Interface Configuration Table 14: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Mxp devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP) VPRN service: Sap Based Egress Scheduling...

  • Page 88

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-Mxp Table 14: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Mxp devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example- different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP) Network port IPv4...

  • Page 89: Lag Hashing Fields Used For 7210 Sas-sx/s 1/10ge And 7210 Sas-sx 10/100ge

    Interface Configuration LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE Table 15: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE devices Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example: different traffic types with hash-1...

  • Page 90

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE Table 15: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example: different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2...

  • Page 91

    Interface Configuration Table 15: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example: different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP) Epipe service:...

  • Page 92

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE Table 15: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example: different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2...

  • Page 93

    Interface Configuration Table 15: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example: different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2 SAP to SDP) VPLS IGMP Snooping...

  • Page 94

    LAG Hashing Fields used for 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE Table 15: LAG Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE devices (Continued) Services and Traffic Packet fields used for Hashing for Packet fields used for Hashing for dif- direction (For example: different traffic types with hash-1 ferent traffic types with hash-2...

  • Page 95: Ecmp Hashing Fields Used For 7210 Sas Devices In Network Mode

    Interface Configuration ECMP Hashing fields used for 7210 SAS devices in Network mode Table 16: ECMP Hashing mechanism for services configured on 7210 SAS devices in network. Services Traffic Type ECMP Hashing IP (For Unicast Network Port Network Port • Source and routed traffic IP Interface...

  • Page 96: Multi-chassis Lag

    LAG concept that provides node-level redundancy in addition to link-level redundancy provided by “regular LAG”. Note: This feature is supported only on 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12,7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE network mode.

  • Page 97

    Interface Configuration • Selection of the common system ID, system-priority and administrative-key are used in LACP messages so partner systems consider all links as the part of the same LAG. • Extension of selection algorithm in order to allow selection of active sub-group. −...

  • Page 98

    Multi-Chassis LAG PE-A PE-D IP MPLS MSAN MSAN Network PE-B PE-C PE-A IP MPLS MSAN PE-C MSAN Network PE-B Fig 6 Figure 4: MC-LAG L2 Dual Homing to Remote PE Pairs Figure 4 depicts different combinations of MC-LAG attachments supported. The supported configurations can be sub-divided into following sub-groups: •...

  • Page 99

    Interface Configuration PE-A MSAN MSAN PE-B PE-A MSAN PE-B MSAN PE-A MSAN PE-B MSAN PE-C Figure 5: MC-LAG L2 Dual Homing to Local PE-Pairs The forwarding behavior of the nodes abide by the following principles. Note that logical destination (actual forwarding decision) is primarily determined by the service (VPLS or VLL) and then principle below applies only if destination or source is based on MC-LAG: •...

  • Page 100: Point-to-point (p2p) Redundant Connection Across Layer 2/3 Vpn Network

    Multi-Chassis LAG Point-to-Point (p2p) Redundant Connection Across Layer 2/3 VPN Network TLDP Aggregation Aggregation node node Active Standby Active Standby Active Standby Inter-chassis Inter-chassis MSAN MSAN PW for VLL PW for VLL Standby Active Standby Active Aggregation Aggregation Standby Active node node TLDP...

  • Page 101

    Interface Configuration Note that the configuration in Figure 6 depicts one particular configuration of VLL connections based on MC-LAG, particularly the VLL connection where two ends (SAPs) are on two different redundant-pairs. In addition to this, other configurations are possible, such as: •...

  • Page 102: Dslam Dual Homing In Layer 2 Network

    Configuration Guideline • MC-LAG peer nodes have to be in the same platform. That is the 7210 SAS-M can be a MC-LAG peer with another 7210 SAS-M, but cannot be a peer of a 7210 SAS-X and so on. The converse is also true.

  • Page 103: Cli Syntax

    Interface Configuration Configuring Multi-Chassis Redundancy Note: When configuring associated LAG ID parameters, the LAG must be in access mode and LACP must be enabled. Use the CLI syntax displayed below to configure multi-chassis redundancy features. CLI Syntax: config>redundancy multi-chassis peer ip-address authentication-key [authentication-key | hash-key][hash | hash2] description description-string mc-lag...

  • Page 104

    Multi-Chassis LAG exit peer 10.20.1.3 create mc-lag lag 3 lacp-key 1 system-id 00:00:00:aa:bb:cc remote-lag 1 system-pri- ority 1 no shutdown exit no shutdown exit exit ---------------------------------------------- *7210-SAS>config>redundancy# Page 104 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 105: X Network Access Control

    Interface Configuration G.8032 Protected Ethernet Rings Ethernet ring protection switching offers ITU-T G.8032 specification compliance to achieve resiliency for Ethernet Layer 2 networks. G.8032 (Eth-ring) is built on Ethernet OAM and often referred to as Ring Automatic Protection Switching (R-APS). For further information on Ethernet rings, see G.8032 Protected Ethernet Rings section in the Services Guide.

  • Page 106

    Multi-Chassis LAG 802.1x Basics Client Alcatel 7210 SAS M RADIUS Authentication Server Authenticator Supplicant Authenticator Server EAPOL RADIUS OSSG038-7210M Figure 8: 802.1x Architecture The IEEE 802.1x standard defines three participants in an authentication conversation (see Figure • The supplicant — This is the end-user device that requests access to the network. •...

  • Page 107

    Interface Configuration Client Alcatel 7210 SAS RADIUS Authentication Server Port Unauthorized EAPOL-Start EAP-Request/ID EAP-Response/ID Access Request Access Challenge EAP-Request/OTP EAP-Response/OTP Access Request Access Accept EAP-Success Port Authorized EAP-Logoff Port Unauthorized EAP-Request/ID quiet-period OSSG039-SAS Figure 9: 802.1x Authentication Scenario The messages involved in the authentication procedure are illustrated in Figure 9.The router will initiate the procedure when the Ethernet port becomes operationally up, by sending a special PDU...

  • Page 108

    Multi-Chassis LAG 802.1x Timers The 802.1x authentication procedure is controlled by a number of configurable timers and scalars. There are two separate sets, one for the EAPOL message exchange and one for the RADIUS message exchange. See Figure 39 for an example of the timers. EAPOL timers: •...

  • Page 109

    Interface Configuration Client Alcatel 7210 SAS RADIUS Client Alcatel 7210 SAS RADIUS Authentication Authentication Server Server EAP-Request/ID EAP-Request/ID transmit- EAP-Request/ID EAP-Response/ID period Access Request server- Access Request EAP-Request/ID timeout supplicant- timeout Access Request max-auth-request EAP-Failure EAP-Request/ID quiet-period Port Unauthorized EAP-Request/ID 802.1x EAPOL Timers quiet-period 802.1x RADIUS Timers...

  • Page 110

    Multi-Chassis LAG 802.1x Configuration and Limitations Configuration of 802.1x network access control on the router consists of two parts: • Generic parameters, which are configured under config>security>dot1x • Port-specific parameters, which are configured under config>port>ethernet>dot1x 801.x authentication: • Provides access to the port for any device, even if only a single client has been authenticated.

  • Page 111: Ah Oam

    Dying Gasp support on 7210 SAS platforms: − 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE generate EFM OAM dying gasp messages on loss of power. EFM OAM dying gasp messages are generated on either Network ports or Access uplink ports based on the mode in which the device is operating.

  • Page 112: Oam Events

    Multi-Chassis LAG OAM Events EFM OAM defines a set of events that may impact link operation. The following events are supported: • Critical link events (defined in 802.3ah clause 57.2.10.1) − Link fault: the PHY has determined a fault has occurred in the receive direction of the local DTE.

  • Page 113: Remote Loopback

    Interface Configuration Remote Loopback EFM OAM provides a link-layer frame loopback mode that can be remotely controlled. To initiate remote loopback, the local EFM OAM client sends a loopback control OAM PDU by enabling the OAM remote-loopback command. After receiving the loopback control OAM PDU, the remote OAM client puts the remote port into local loopback mode.

  • Page 114: Mtu Configuration Guidelines

    Multi-Chassis LAG MTU Configuration Guidelines • The 7210 SAS devices provides an option to configure the MTU limitations at many service points. The physical (access and network) port, service, and SDP MTU values must be individually defined. • MTU values must conform to both of the following conditions: −...

  • Page 115: Sas-mxp, 7210 Sas-sx/s 1/10ge, And 7210 Sas-sx 10/100ge

    SAS-X, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE. Appropriate MDAs are auto-provisioned in 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS- Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE devices. User is not required to provisions the slots or MDA on these platforms.

  • Page 116

    Deploying Pre-provisioned Components for 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 IMMv1 or all the cards to be of type IMMv2, a mix and match of IMMv1 and IMMV2 cards in the same chassis is not allowed. On 7210 SAS-R6, the user is provided with a command to pre-provision the chassis to accept either IMMv1 or IMMv2 cards.

  • Page 117: Configuration Process Overview

    Interface Configuration Configuration Process Overview Figure 11 displays the process to provision chassis slots (if any), line cards (if any), MDAs (if any), and ports. START CHASSIS SPECIFY CHASSIS SLOT SLOT CARD DESIGNATE THE SPECIFIC CARD TYPE FOR THE SLOT DESIGNATE THE SPECIFIC MDA TYPE FOR THE SLOT IDENTIFY PORT TO CONFIGURE PORT...

  • Page 118

    Deploying Pre-provisioned Components for 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 NOTES: 1. This step is not needed for platforms such as a 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, that do not support remov- able cards.

  • Page 119: Configuring Physical Ports With Cli

    Interface Configuration Configuring Physical Ports with CLI This section provides information to configure ports. Topics in this section include: • Preprovisioning Guidelines on page 120 → Pre-provisioning a Port on page 121 • Basic Configuration on page 122 • Common Configuration Tasks on page 128 →...

  • Page 120: Preprovisioning Guidelines

    This is required on 7210 SAS chassis based platforms (for example, 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12) or those platforms that support expansion slots (for example, 7210 SAS-M). Typically on 7210 platforms that do not support any removable cards and/or MDAs, the MDAs are pre-provisioned for all fixed ports.

  • Page 121: Pre-provisioning A Port

    On 7210 SAS chassis based platforms (for example, 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12) or those that provide an expansion slot (for example, 7210 SAS-M), before a port can be configured, the slot must be pre-provisioned with an allowed card type and/or the MDA must be preprovisioned with an allowed MDA type.

  • Page 122: Basic Configuration

    Pre-provisioning a Port Basic Configuration 7210 SAS platforms that do not support any removable cards and/or MDAs (for example, 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE), the card and MDA is auto-provisioned and operators can directly start with identifying and configuring the ports as given below.

  • Page 123: Configuring Cards And Mdas

    The following example displays some card configurations for 7210 SAS-R6: A:SASR6>config>card# info ---------------------------------------------- card-type imm-sas-2xfp mda 1 no shutdown exit no shutdown ---------------------------------------------- A:SASR6>config>card# The following example displays some MDA configurations for 7210 SAS-M: A:ALA-B>config>card# info ---------------------------------------------- card-type iom-20g mda 1 mda-type m10-1gb-sfp exit mda 2 mda-type m10-1gb-sfp exit ---------------------- A:ALA-B>config>card#...

  • Page 124: Configuration Notes For Provisioning Of Cards

    (For example, 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12) and MDA (For example, 7210 SAS-M). Port can be provisioned on bootup on systems that auto-provision the cards and MDAs (For example: 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS- Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE and fixed ports on 7210 SAS-M).

  • Page 125

    Interface Configuration The user can change the value of allow-imm-family at any time. It does not change the operational state of the chassis. For the value to take effect, user must reboot. If software detects a mismatch in the cards specified by allow-imm-family and the IMM cards provisioned/equipped in the chassis, it will throw an error as shown below.

  • Page 126: Configuration Notes For Provisioning Of 7210 Sas-r6 Imm-c Cards

    Please note the system scaling of the functions supported when a mix of IMM-b and IMM-c are in use in the chassis, is the lower of the scaling supported by each of the cards. Please refer to the scaling guide or talk to your Nokia representative for more information. A:SAS-R6>config>system>chassis# allow-imm-family allow-imm-family imm-family [imm-sas-r | imm-sas-r-c] −...

  • Page 127

    Interface Configuration 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide Page 127...

  • Page 128: Common Configuration Tasks

    Configuration Notes for provisioning of 7210 SAS-R6 IMM-c cards Common Configuration Tasks The following sections are basic system tasks that must be performed. • Configuring Ports on page 129 → Configuring Ethernet Port Parameters on page 130 • Configuring LAG Parameters on page 135 •...

  • Page 129: Configuring Ports

    Interface Configuration Configuring Ports • Configuring Ethernet Port Parameters on page 130 *A:7210SAS_duth>config>port# info detail ---------------------------------------------- description "10/100/Gig Ethernet TX" access egress pool default resv-cbs default slope-policy "default" exit exit exit network egress pool default no amber-alarm-threshold no red-alarm-threshold resv-cbs default slope-policy "default"...

  • Page 130: Configuring Ethernet Port Parameters

    Configuring Ethernet Port Parameters Configuring Ethernet Port Parameters Ethernet Network Port A network port is network facing and participates in the service provider transport or infrastructure network processes. The following example displays a network port configuration: A:ALA-B>config>port# info ---------------------------------------------- description "Ethernet network port" ethernet mode network exit...

  • Page 131

    Interface Configuration access egress exit exit encap-type dot1q mtu 9212 exit no shutdown ---------------------------------------------- *A:7210-SAS> 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide Page 131...

  • Page 132: Configuring 802.1x Authentication Port Parameters

    Configuring Ethernet Port Parameters Configuring 802.1x Authentication Port Parameters The following example displays an 802.1x port configuration: A:ALA-A>config>port>ethernet>dot1x# info detail ---------------------------------------------- port-control auto radius-plcy dot1xpolicy re-authentication re-auth-period 3600 max-auth-req 2 transmit-period 30 quiet-period 60 supplicant-timeout 30 server-timeout 30 ---------------------------------------------- Page 132 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 133: Configuring Channelized Ports

    This section is applicable only when using the CES MDA that supports 4 x T1/E1 ports. CES MDA is available for use only on the 7210 SAS-M platform in network mode (it cannot be used in access-uplink mode). It cannot be used on any other 7210 SAS platform.

  • Page 134

    Configuring a Channelized DS1 Card ALA-A>config>port>tdm# e1 1.2 ALA-A>config>port>tdm>e1# no shutdown ALA-A>config>port>tdm>e1# channel-group 1 ALA-A>config>port>tdm>e1>channel-group# no shutdown ALA-A>config>port>tdm>e1>channel-group# exit ALA-A>config>port>tdm>e1# no shutdown ALA-A>config>port>tdm# info ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ALA-A>config>port>tdm# Services can now be applied to the configured channelized ports. Page 134 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 135: Configuring Lag Parameters

    Interface Configuration Configuring LAG Parameters LAG configurations should include at least two ports. Other considerations include: • A maximum of four ports can be included in a LAG. All ports in the LAG must share the same characteristics (speed, duplex, hold-timer, etc.). The port characteristics are inherited from the primary port.

  • Page 136: Crc Error Monitoring

    Configuring LAG Parameters CRC Error Monitoring This feature allows the user to track CRC (cyclic redundancy check) errors received on a given port and notify them. The detection mechanism is based around a configurable threshold specified by the administrator. Two thresholds are configurable, one for CRC degrade and one for CRC signal fail.

  • Page 137: Service Management Tasks

    Interface Configuration Service Management Tasks This section discusses basic procedures of the following service management tasks: • Modifying a Card Type on page 138 • Deleting a Card on page 139 • Deleting Port Parameters on page 139 To change an MDA type already provisioned for a specific slot/card, first you must shut down the slot/MDA/port configuration and then delete the MDA from the configuration.

  • Page 138: Modifying A Card Type

    Modifying a Card Type Modifying a Card Type The modify operation cannot be performed on an IOM card that is auto equipped and auto provisioned during bootup and is fixed. CLI Syntax: config> port port-id [no] shutdown CLI Syntax: config> card slot-number mda mda-number [no] mda-type mda-type [no] shutdown...

  • Page 139: Deleting A Card

    Interface Configuration Deleting a Card The delete operation cannot be performed on an IOM card that is auto equipped and auto provisioned during bootup and is fixed. CLI Syntax: config> port port-id shutdown CLI Syntax: config> card slot-number card-type card-type mda mda-number no mda-type mda-type no shutdown...

  • Page 140

    Deleting Port Parameters Page 140 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 141: Card, Mda, And Port Command Reference

    Command Reference Card, MDA, and Port Command Reference Command Hierarchies Card and MDA Configuration Commands • Hardware Commands on page 142 • MDA Commands on page 142 • Port Configuration Commands on page 142 • Port-based Split Horizon Group Configuration Commands on page 143 •...

  • Page 142: Port Configuration Commands

    Command Hierarchies Hardware Commands config —Card Commands — [no] card slot-number — card-type card-type — sys-res-profile policy-id — no sys-res-profile MDA Commands config — [no] card slot-number — [no] mda-slot — mda-type mda-type — no mda-type — [no] shutdown — [no] sync-e —...

  • Page 143: Port-based Split Horizon Group Configuration Commands

    Command Reference Port-based Split Horizon Group Configuration Commands NOTE: This feature and commands are available only on 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T (both access-uplink and network mode) and 7210 SAS-X config — port —Port Configuration Commands — no port — split-horizon-group group-name —...

  • Page 144: Port Configuration Commands For Network Mode

    Command Hierarchies Port Configuration Commands for network mode Note: Listed below are the port configuration commands supported on 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS X, 7210 SAS-Mxp and 7210 SAS-M network mode. config — port {port-id} — no port —...

  • Page 145: Port Loopback Commands For 7210 Sas Devices

    Command Reference Port Loopback Commands for 7210 SAS devices configure — system — loopback-no-svc-port {mirror | mac-swap| testhead} port-id [p2mpbud p2mpbud-port- — no loopback-no-svc-port 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide Page 145...

  • Page 146: Ethernet Commands

    Command Hierarchies Ethernet Commands Port Ethernet QoS commands NOTE: Not all the commands are available on all the platforms. See the CLI description for more infor- mation. config — [no] port {port-id} — ethernet — access — accounting-policy acct-policy-id — no accounting-policy —...

  • Page 147

    Command Reference — no encap-type — hold-time {[up hold-time up] [down hold-time down] [seconds| centiseconds]} — no hold-time — no ip-mtu mtu-bytes — [no] lacp-tunnel — ieee-address — no — mode {access [uplink] network| hybrid} — no mode — monitor-oper-group name —...

  • Page 148

    Command Hierarchies Port Ethernet Down-when-Looped Commands config — [no] port {port-id} — ethernet — down-on-internal-error — no down-on-internal-error — down-when-looped — keep-alive timer — no keep-alive — retry-timeout timer — no retry-timeout — [no] shutdown Port Ethernet EFM OAM Commands config —...

  • Page 149: Tdm Commands

    Command Reference TDM Commands Note: TDM commands are applicable only for 7210 SAS-M network mode. config — [no] port {port-id} — — buildout short — [no] — [no] channel-group channel-group — [no] description long description-string — [no] encap-type {cem} —...

  • Page 150

    Command Hierarchies — [0dB | -7.5dB | -15.0dB | -22.5dB] — length {133 | 266 | 399 | 533 | 655} — line-impedance {Impedance in ohms} Page 150 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 151: Lag Commands

    Command Reference LAG Commands config — [no] [lag-id] —LAG Commands — description long-description-string — no description — [no] dynamic-cost — enable-dei — no enable-dei — encap-type {dot1q | null | qinq} — no encap-type — hold-time down hold-down-time — no hold-time —...

  • Page 152

    Command Hierarchies — no hold-on-neighbor-failure — keep-alive-interval interval — no keep-alive-interval — lag-id lacp-key admin-key system-id system-id [remote- lag remote-lag-id] system-priority system-priority — remote-lag remote-lag-id] — no lag-id — [no] shutdown — peer-name — no peer-name — [no] shutdown — source-address ip-address —...

  • Page 153: Ethernet Ring Commands

    Command Reference Ethernet Ring Commands config — eth-ring ring-id — no eth-ring — [no] ccm-hold-time {down down-timeout | up-timeout} — [no] compatible-version version — description description-string — no description — [no] guard-time time — [no] revert-time time — [no] rpl-node {owner | nbr} —...

  • Page 154: Show Commands

    Command Hierarchies Show Commands show — chassis [environment] [power-supply] — card [slot-number] [detail] — card state — [slot-number] active-resource-profile — pools mda-id[/port] [access-app [pool-name]] — pools mda-id[/port] [network-app [pool-name]] — [lag-id] [detail] [statistics] — lag-id associations — [lag-id] description — [lag-id] port —...

  • Page 155: Monitor Commands

    Command Reference Monitor Commands Monitor — port port-id [port-id...(up to 5 max)] [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] [multiclass] Clear Commands clear — lag-id statistics — mda-id [statistics] — port port-id statistics Debug Commands debug — [lag-id lag-id port port-id] [all] —...

  • Page 156

    Command Hierarchies Page 156 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 157: Configuration Commands

    802.1x Port Commands on page 197 • Port Commands on page 207 • TDM Commands (Applicable to 7210 SAS-M when using the CES MDA) on page 209 • LAG Commands on page 218 • Ethernet Ring Commands on page 226...

  • Page 158

    Generic Commands Generic Commands description Syntax description long description-string no description Context config>port config>lag config>port>tdm>e1>channel-group config>port>tdm>ds1>channel-group Description This command creates a text description for a configuration context to help identify the content in the configuration file. The no form of this command removes any description string from the context. Default No description is associated with the configuration context.

  • Page 159

    An appropriate alarm is raised if a partial or complete card failure is detected. The alarm is cleared when the error condition ceases. NOTE: This command is not required for 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/ 10GE, and 7210 SAS-Mxp devices as the cards are pre-provisioned.

  • Page 160

    NOTE: On 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12, some of the system resource profile parameters are applicable to the entire node and not per IMM card. For more information on the CLI descriptions for System Resource Profile parameters, see the 7210 SAS-M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, Sx Basics System Guide.

  • Page 161

    MDA. 7210 SAS-M (all variants of the platform) and 7210 SAS-X platform supports a fixed MDA. The fixed MDA (addressed as mda 1) is auto-equipped and auto-provisioned on bootup. It cannot be deleted. An error message is shown in case the no form of command is performed on fixed MDAs.

  • Page 162

    • 7210 SAS-X does not support any expansion slot. It does not support use of this command. • 7210 SAS-M, X, T, Mxp, Sx/S, R6, and R12 are auto-provisioned. Except for the CES MDA and the 2x10G MDA on 7210 SAS-M devices.

  • Page 163

    Context config>port Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12. This command enables the access context to configure egress and ingress pool policy parameters. network...

  • Page 164

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, and 7210 SAS-Mxp. This command provides the context to configure the slope policy for the queus associated with this port. Default default...

  • Page 165

    This command associates a access-egress QoS policy to the access port. On 7210 SAS-M and 7210 SAS-T in access uplink mode, this policy is used to enable port-based marking and configuring port-based queue parameters. For more information, see QoS User Guide.

  • Page 166

    Interface QoS Commands On 7210 SAS-M and 7210 SAS-T in access uplink mode, this policy is used to enable marking on egress and classification and metering/policing on port ingress. Please refer to the QoS guide for more details. The no form of the policy removes the explicit association of a user configured QoS policy and associates a default QoS policy with the port.

  • Page 167

    Interface Configuration When enabled on hybrid ports, the system uses the values defined in the remark policy attached to the hybrid port (remark policy is defined in the network qos policy of type 'port' and associated with the hybrid port using the command config>port>ethernet>network>egress>qos id).

  • Page 168

    Interface QoS Commands The behavior on hybrid ports is as follows: • If sap-qos-marking is enabled, then the FC to dot1p values configured in the sap-egress policy is used for remarking traffic sent out of SAP configured in L2 services. Traffic sent out of SAPs associated with L3 services, B-SAPs configured in PBB B-VPLS service and network IP interface (that is, IP and MPLS traffic sent out of network IP interface) is not marked.

  • Page 169

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12. This command enables access to the context to configure ports. Before a port can be configured, the chassis slot must be provisioned with a valid card type and the MDA parameter must be provisioned with a valid MDA type.

  • Page 170

    General Port Commands Values 0, 17-61, 175-605] where: 17-61 is used for 100GHz channels 175, 185 — 605 is used for 50GHz channels 0 only valid on disabled (shutdown) ports enable-dei Syntax enable-dei no enable-dei Context config>port>ethernet config>lag Description This command is used to enable DEI based classification on access ports, network ports, access-uplink or hybrid ports.

  • Page 171

    Access-uplink SAPs, which are QinQ SAPs, can only be configured on an access uplink port to allow the operator to differentiate multiple services being carried over a single access uplink port. It is supported only on 7210 SAS-M and 7210 SAS-T configured in access-uplink mode.

  • Page 172

    Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M/T access-uplink mode. It is not supported in 7210 SAS-M and 7210 SAS-T network mode, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12. This command specifies the operational group to be monitored by the object under which it is configured.

  • Page 173

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, and 7210 SAS-T. This command assigns a specific MAC address to an Ethernet port, Link Aggregation Group (LAG), Ethernet tunnel.

  • Page 174

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. On 7210, ingress of a port either IGMP snooping L2 multicast lookup can be enabled or IP multicast L3 multicast lookup can be enabled.

  • Page 175

    • On 7210 SAS-M 24F, user can use the internal port 1/1/25 for use with either mac-swap or mirroring OAM tool. If user intends to use the OAM tools simultaneously, then additional front-panel ports need to be configured for use with one of the tools.

  • Page 176

    Port Loopback Commands • On 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12, user has a fixed number of internal ports for use with OAM tools (such as testhead OAM tool, mac-swap OAM tool and Dot1q/remote mirroring OAM tool) that need the resources of loopback port. Please see Table 20 on page 176 below to know the number of internal vir- tual port resources that are available on different flavors of IMMs.

  • Page 177

    Interface Configuration mac-swap — Specifies the port specified by the port-id is dedicated for use by the port loopback with mac- swap application/OAM tool. mirror — Specifies the port specified by the port-id is dedicated for use by the mirroring application/OAM tool.

  • Page 178: Ethernet Port Commands

    Context config>port Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables access to the context to configure Ethernet port attributes. This context can only be used when configuring Fast Ethernet, gigabit, or 10Gig Ethernet LAN ports on an appropriate MDA.

  • Page 179

    — Configures the Ethernet port for hybrid use. access Syntax access Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures Ethernet access port QoS parameters. egress Syntax egress Context config>port>ethernet>access...

  • Page 180

    Ethernet Port Commands When autonegotiation is enabled on a port, the link attempts to automatically negotiate the link speed and duplex parameters. If autonegotiation is enabled, the configured duplex and speed parameters are ignored. When autonegotiation is disabled on a port, the port does not attempt to autonegotiate and will only operate at the speed and duplex settings configured for the port.

  • Page 181

    Interface Configuration crc-monitor Syntax crc-monitor Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures Ethernet CRC Monitoring parameters. Default none sd-threshold Syntax [no] sd-threshold threshold [multiplier multiplier] Context config>port>ethernet>crc-monitor...

  • Page 182

    Context config>port>ethernet>crc-monitor Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command specifies sliding window size over which the ethernet frames are sampled to detect signal fail or signal degrade conditions. The command is used jointly with the sf-threshold and the sd-threshold to configure the sliding window size.

  • Page 183

    Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command specifies the Ethertype expected when the port's encapsualtion type is dot1q. Dot1q encapsulation is supported only on Ethernet interfaces.

  • Page 184

    Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the duplex of a Fast Ethernet port when autonegotiation is disabled. This configuration command allows for the configuration of the duplex mode of a Fast Ethernet port. If the port is configured to autonegotiate this parameter is ignored.

  • Page 185

    Context config>port>ethernet>efm-oam Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the transmit interval of OAM PDUs. The minimum efm-oam session time-out value supported is 300 milliseconds. That is, user can configure "transmit-interval 1 multiplier 3"...

  • Page 186

    Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the rate of traffic leaving the network. The no form of this command returns the value to the default.

  • Page 187

    Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures port link dampening timers which reduce the number of link transitions reported to upper layer protocols. The hold-time value is used to dampen interface transitions.

  • Page 188

    Context config>port>ethernet config>lag Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M/T access-uplink mode. It is not supported on 7210 SAS-M and 7210 SAS-T network mode, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12. Page 188 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 189

    Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the Ethertype used for Q-in-Q encapsulation. When the qinq-etype is configured to a value other than 0x8100 (the default value used for etype match) on...

  • Page 190

    This command specifies when and if to generate alarms and alarm clear notifications for this port. Note: This command is supported only for 10G ports on 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12.

  • Page 191

    Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the port speed of a Fast Ethernet port when autonegotiation is disabled. If the port is configured to autonegotiate this parameter is ignored.

  • Page 192

    NOTE: On 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP, user can configure the second port specified in the no-service-ports configured in the BOF parameter as the assigned port in the command configure> system> loopback-no-svc- port.

  • Page 193

    Interface Configuration Notes: For port loopback with mac-swap: • This command is available for testing VLL services and VPLS services only. • When enabled, the command affects all services provisioned on the port. • Before enabling this command, turn off all layer 2 and IP control protocols (such as LACP, EFM, 802.1x and so on) on the device and its peer to prevent errors such as protocol flaps due to timeout and so on.When port loopback feature is to be used for multicast traffic with IGMP snooping enabled in the service, the corresponding data path has to be statically created using static IGMP groups.

  • Page 194

    Ethernet Port Commands The no form of the command disables physical layer loopback on the Ethernet port. Note: The loop back command is not saved in the configuration file across a reboot. Listed below is the recommended sequence of commands to be executed to perform loop back: 1.

  • Page 195

    6-byte unicast mac-address (xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx). Syntax Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables Ethernet Synchronous Status Message (SSM). code-type Syntax code-type [sonet | sdh] Context config>port>ethernet>ssm...

  • Page 196

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command forces the QL value transmitted from the SSM channel of the SONET/SDH port or the Synchronous Ethernet port to be set to QL-DUS/QL-DNU. This capability is provided to block the use of the interface from the SR/ESS for timing purposes.

  • Page 197

    Context config>port>ethernet>dot1x Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command allows user to enable tunneling of dot1x frames. With dot1x tunneling enabled, dot1x frames received on the port are transparently forwarded to the remote end of the service. To forwards dot1x frames transparently the port on which tunneling is enabled must be configured with NULL SAP and the NULL SAP must be configured in an Epipe service.

  • Page 198

    Context config>port>ethernet>dot1x Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the 802.1x authentication mode. The no form of this command returns the value to the default.

  • Page 199

    Context config>port>ethernet>dot1x Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the RADIUS policy to be used for 802.1x authentication. An 802.1x RADIUS policy must be configured (under config>security>dot1x) before it can be associated to a port. If the RADIUS policy-id does not exist, an error is returned.

  • Page 200

    Context config>port>ethernet>dot1x Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the period during which the 7210 SAS waits for the RADIUS server to responds to its access request message. When this timer expires, the 7210 SAS will re-send the access request message, up to the specified number times.

  • Page 201

    Context config>port>ethernet>dot1x Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the period after which the 7210 SAS sends a new EAPOL request message. The no form of this command returns the value to the default.

  • Page 202

    802.1x Port Commands Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the time interval between keep-alive PDUs. Default no keep-alive Parameters timer — Specifies the time interval, in seconds, between keep-alive PDUs.

  • Page 203

    Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables the context to configure Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) parameters on the specified port.

  • Page 204

    {bridge-mac} Context config>port>ethernet>lldp Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures destination MAC address parameters. Parameters bridge-mac — Specifies destination bridge MAC type to use by LLDP.

  • Page 205

    Syntax [no] notification Context config>port>ethernet>lldp>dstmac Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables LLDP notifications. The no form of the command disables LLDP notifications. port-id-subtype...

  • Page 206

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command specifies which LLDP TLVs to transmit. The no form of the command resets the value to the default.

  • Page 207: Port Commands

    Syntax network Context config>port>ethernet Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables access to the context to configure network port parameters. uplink Syntax uplink Context config>port>access...

  • Page 208

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables the collection of accounting and statistical data for the network interface. When applying accounting policies, the data, by default, is collected in the appropriate records and written to the designated billing file.

  • Page 209

    Interface Configuration TDM Commands (Applicable to 7210 SAS-M when using the CES MDA) Syntax Context config>port Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M. This command enables the context to configure DS-1/E-1 parameters for a port on a CES MDA. TDM is a mechanism to divide the bandwidth of a stream into separate channels or time slots by assigning each stream a different time slot in a set.

  • Page 210

    TDM Commands (Applicable to 7210 SAS-M when using the CES MDA) Syntax Context config>port>tdm Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M. This command enables the context to configure E-1 parameters on a T1/E1 CES MDA. E-1 is a basic time division multiplexing scheme used to carry digital circuits. It is also a standard WAN digital communication format designed to operate over copper facilities at a rate of 2.048 Mbps.

  • Page 211

    Syntax length {133 | 266 | 399 | 533 | 655} Context config>port>tdm Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M. This command configures the line length for the physical DS1 port on the T1/E1 card. Default line-impedance Syntax line-impedance {75 | 100 | 120} Context config>port>tdm...

  • Page 212

    TDM Commands (Applicable to 7210 SAS-M when using the CES MDA) Values DS1: 1 — 24 E1: 1 — 32 clock-source Syntax clock-source {loop-timed | node-timed | adaptive} Context config>port>tdm>ds1 config>port>tdm>e1 Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M. This command specifies the clock source to be used for the link transmit timing. Adaptive timing is supported only on T1/E1 CES MDA card ports used for TDM pseudowires.

  • Page 213

    (E-1) Syntax framing {no-crc-g704 | g704 | e1-unframed} Context config>port>tdm>e1 Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M. This command specifies the E-1 framing to be used for the port. Default e1-unframed Parameters g704 — Configure the E-1 port for G.704 framing.

  • Page 214

    This command defines the data pattern to be transmitted when the circuit emulation service is not operational or temporarily experiences under-run conditions.This command is only valid for cesopsn services. Note: See the 7210 SAS-M Services guide for more information on CESoPSN services. Default all-ones Parameters all-ones —...

  • Page 215

    Note: Only line and internal options are supported for "e1". Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M. This command puts the specified port or channel into a loopback mode. A line loopback, loops frames received on the corresponding port or channel back towards the transmit (egress) direction before reaching the framer.

  • Page 216

    TDM Commands (Applicable to 7210 SAS-M when using the CES MDA) The no form of this command restores the default. Default access Parameters access — Configures the port or channel as service access. remote-loop-respond Syntax [no] remote-loop-respond Context config>port>tdm>ds1 Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M.

  • Page 217

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M. This command activates the signal mode on the channel. When enabled, control signals (such as those for synchronizing and bounding frames) are carried in the same channels as voice and data signals. Configure the signal mode before configuring the Cpipe service to support T1 or E1 with CAS.

  • Page 218

    Context config Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command creates the context for configuring Link Aggregation Group (LAG) attributes. A LAG can be used to group up to 4 ports into one logical link. The aggregation of multiple physical links allows for load sharing and offers seamless redundancy.

  • Page 219

    Context config>lag lag-id Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables OSPF costing of a Link Aggregation Group (LAG) based on the available aggregated, operational bandwidth.

  • Page 220

    Context config>lag Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command specifies the timer, in tenths of seconds, which controls the delay between detecting that a LAG is down (all active ports are down) and reporting it to the higher levels.

  • Page 221

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command sepcifies the interval signaled to the peer and tells the peer at which rate it should transmit.

  • Page 222

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T (network modes). This command provides an option per LAG to select the load-balancing hash function to use. For more details about the packet header fields used when the hash function is set to one of these values please refer to the tables in the LAG chapter/section above.

  • Page 223

    This command configures the behavior for the Link Aggregation Group (LAG) if the number of operational links is equal to or below a threshold level. Note: The 7210 SAS-M and 7210 SAS-T access-uplink mode supports only 'down' value for the action parameter. Network mode (7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE and 7210 SAS-Mxp) supports both 'dynamic-cost' and 'down' values for action parameter.

  • Page 224

    The 'down' action is also supported suppoted in devices operating in network mode and in 7210 SAS-M and 7210 SAS-T operating in access-uplink mode. The dynamic cost action is not supported in 7210 SAS-M/T operating in access-uplink mode.

  • Page 225

    Interface Configuration This command specifies how the state of a member port is signalled to the remote side when the status corresponding to this member port has the standby value. Default lacp Parameters lacp — Specifies that LACP protocol is used to signal standby links of the LAG. power-off —...

  • Page 226

    Context config Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures a G.8032 protected Ethernet ring. G.8032 Rings may be configured as major rings with two paths (a&b).

  • Page 227

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the revert time for an Eth-Ring. It ranges from 60 seconds to 720 second by 1 second intervals.

  • Page 228

    Context config>eth-ring>ccm-hold-time Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command specifies the timer, which controls the delay between detecting that ring path is down and reporting it to the G.8032 protection module. If a non-zero value is configured, the CPM will wait for the time specified in the value parameter before reporting it to the G.8032 protection module.

  • Page 229

    Interface Configuration Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the G.8032 ring protection link type as owner or neighbor. The no form of the command means this node is not connected to an RPL link.

  • Page 230

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M (network mode), 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/ 10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T (network). This command links the G.8032 sub-ring to a ring instance or to a VPLS instance. The ring instance must be a complete ring with two paths but may itself be a sub-ring or a major ring (declared by its configuration on another node) .

  • Page 231

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M (network mode), 7210 SAS-T (network mode), 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12. This command configures the G.8032 sub-ring to propagate topology changes. From the sub-ring to the major ring as specified in the G.8032 interconnection flush logic.

  • Page 232

    Context config>eth-ring>path Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the G.8032 path as a ring protection link end. The ring should be declared as either a RPL owner or RPL neighbor for this command to be allowed.

  • Page 233

    Context config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables the generation of CCM messages. The no form of the command disables the generation of CCM messages.

  • Page 234

    Ethernet Ring Commands This command enables the usage of the CC state by the Ethernet ring for consideration in the protection algorithm. The use of control-mep command is recommended if fast failure detection is required, especially when Link Layer OAM does not provide the required detection time. The no form of this command disables the use of the CC state by the Ethernet ring.

  • Page 235

    Context config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables eth-test functionality on MEP. For this test to work, operators need to configure ETH-test parameters on both sender and receiver nodes. The ETH-test then can be done using the following...

  • Page 236

    {allDef | macRemErrXcon | remErrXcon | errXcon | xcon | noXcon} Context config>eth-tunnel>path>eth-cfm>mep Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command specifies the lowest priority defect that is allowed to generate a fault alarm. Default...

  • Page 237

    Syntax one-way-delay-threshold seconds Context config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables one way delay threshold time limit. Default 3 seconds Parameters priority — Specifies the value for the threshold in seconds.

  • Page 238

    Context config>system Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command is used to configure the system resource profile. g8032-fast-flood-enable Note: This command is supported only on 7210 SAS-M devices.

  • Page 239

    Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-T. It is not supported on 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12 and 7210 SAS-Mxp. This command associates a split horizon group to which this port or LAG belongs. For LAGs, all the member ports of the LAG are added to the split horizon group.

  • Page 240

    Multi-Chassis Redundancy Commands redundancy Syntax redundancy Context config Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command allows the user to configure redundancy operations. multi-chassis Syntax multi-chassis Context config>redundancy...

  • Page 241

    Context config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command configures the authentication key used between this node and the multi-chassis peer. The authentication key can be any combination of letters or numbers.

  • Page 242

    Context config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-lag Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables the context to configure multi-chassis LAG operations and related parameters. The no form of this command administratively disables multi-chassis LAG. MC-LAG can be issued only when mc-lag is shutdown.

  • Page 243

    Context config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-lag Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command defines a LAG which is forming a redundant-pair for MC-LAG with a LAG configured on the given peer. The same LAG group can be defined only in the scope of 1 peer. In order MC-LAG to become operational, all parameters (lacp-key, system-id, system-priority) must be configured the same on both nodes of the same redundant pair.

  • Page 244

    Context config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command specifies the source address used to communicate with the multi-chassis peer. Parameters ip-address — Specifies the source address used to communicate with the multi-chassis peer.

  • Page 245

    [no] igmp-snooping Context config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>sync Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command specifies whether IGMP snooping information should be synchronized with the multi- chassis peer. Default...

  • Page 246

    Multi-Chassis Redundancy Commands end-qtag [0..4094] QinQ - <qtag1>.<start-qtag2>-<qtag1>.<end-qtag2> - <start-qtag1>.*-<end-qtag1>.* qtag1 [1..4094] start-qtag1 [1..4094] end-qtag1 [1..4094] start-qtag2 [0..4094] end-qtag2 [0..4094] sync-tag sync-tag — Specifies a synchronization tag up to 32 characters in length to be used while synchronizing this encapsulation value range with the multi-chassis peer. Page 246 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 247

    Interface Configuration Show Commands Hardware Commands chassis Syntax chassis [environment] [power-supply] Context show Description This command displays general chassis status information. Parameters environment — Displays chassis environmental status information. Default Displays all chassis information. power-supply — Displays chassis power supply status information. Default Displays all chassis information.

  • Page 248

    Hardware Commands Label Description (Continued) The current state of the Critical LED in this chassis. Critical LED state The current state of the Major LED in this chassis. Major LED state The current state of the Minor LED in this chassis. Minor LED state The base chassis Ethernet MAC address.

  • Page 249

    Down — The specified power supply is down Sample Output *A:MTU-A# show chassis =============================================================================== Chassis Information =============================================================================== Name : MTU-A Type : 7210 SAS-M-1 Location Coordinates CLLI code Number of slots Number of ports : 24 Critical LED state : Off...

  • Page 250

    Hardware Commands Fan tray number Status : up Speed : half speed ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Power Supply Information Number of power supplies Power supply number Configured power supply type : ac single Status : up AC power : within range Power supply number Defaulted power supply type : none Status...

  • Page 251

    Interface Configuration Base MAC address : 7c:20:64:ac:ff:8f Hardware Data Part number : 3HE05171AAAA0501 CLEI code : IPMNX10GRA Serial number : NS1035F0181 Manufacture date : 08242010 Manufacturing string Manufacturing deviations : D01669 D01696 Time of last boot : 2010/11/10 20:38:27 Current alarm state : alarm cleared ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Environment Information...

  • Page 252

    Context show Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command displays card information. If no command line parameters are specified, a card summary for all cards is displayed.

  • Page 253

    Interface Configuration Output Show Card Output — The following table describes show card output fields. Label Description The slot number of the card in the chassis. Slot The card type that is configured for the slot. Provisioned Card-type The card type that is actually populated in the slot. Equipped Card- type Up —...

  • Page 254

    Hardware Commands iom-sas iom-sas sfm-sas sfm-sas up/active =============================================================================== A:7210-SAS-X > Sample output for 7210 SAS-R6 (IMM-SAS-R and IMM-SAS-R-b): *A:dut-b>show# card =============================================================================== Card Summary =============================================================================== Slot Provisioned Type Admin Operational Comments Equipped Type (if different) State State ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+ imm-sas-b-11csfp imm-sas-b-11csfp imm-sas-b-11csfp imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+ imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+...

  • Page 255

    Interface Configuration Show CardState Output — The following table describes show card state output fields. Label Description The slot number of the card in the chassis. Slot/MDA The card type that is configured for the slot. Provisioned Type The card type that is actually populated in the slot. Equipped Type Up —...

  • Page 256

    Hardware Commands sfm-sas sfm-sas Active =============================================================================== A:7210-SAS-X> Show Card Detail Output — The following table describes detailed card output fields. Label Description The number of MDA slots available on the IOM. Available MDA slots The number of MDAs installed on the IOM Installed MDAs The IOM part number.

  • Page 257

    Interface Configuration Label Description (Continued) Displays the memory capacity of the card. Memory Capacity Sample Output *A:MTU-A# show card detail =============================================================================== Card 1 =============================================================================== Slot Provisioned Equipped Admin Operational Card-type Card-type State State ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- iom-24g iom-24g IOM Card Specific Data Clock source : none Available MDA slots...

  • Page 258

    Hardware Commands IOM Card Specific Data Clock source : none Named Pool Mode : Disabled Available MDA slots Installed MDAs Hardware Data Part number : 3HE05170AAAA0501 CLEI code : IPMNX10GRA Serial number : NS1034F0924 Manufacture date : 08312010 Manufacturing string Manufacturing deviations : D01696 D01669 Administrative state...

  • Page 259

    Interface Configuration Temperature : 26C Temperature threshold : 50C Software boot (rom) version : X-0.0.I906 on Tue Nov 9 23:01:33 IST 2010 b* Software version : TiMOS-B-2.0.B1-129 both/hops ALCATEL SAS-X * Time of last boot : 2010/11/10 20:50:25 Current alarm state : alarm cleared Base MAC address : 7c:20:64:ad:00:ef...

  • Page 260

    Hardware Commands CPM Output — The following table describes the output fields for a CPM card. Label Description The slot of the card in the chassis. Slot The SF/CPM type that is configured for the slot. Card Provisioned The SF/CPM type that is actually populated in the slot. Card Equipped Up —...

  • Page 261

    Interface Configuration Label Description (Continued) The SF/CPM part number. Part number The code used to identify the router. CLEI code The SF/CPM part number. Not user modifiable. Serial number The chassis manufacture date. Not user modifiable. Manufacture date Factory-inputted manufacturing text string. Not user modifiable. Manufacturing string Up —...

  • Page 262

    Hardware Commands Flash - cf1: Administrative State : up Operational state : up Serial number : serial-1 Firmware revision : v1.0 Model number : Flash 1 Size : 110,984 KB Free space : 103,264 KB Hardware Data Part number CLEI code Serial number : MTUSN107210 Manufacture date...

  • Page 263

    Interface Configuration Hardware Data Part number : 3HE05170AAAA0501 CLEI code : IPMNX10GRA Serial number : NS1034F0924 Manufacture date : 08312010 Manufacturing string Manufacturing deviations : D01696 D01669 Administrative state : up Operational state : up Temperature : 26C Temperature threshold : 50C Software boot (rom) version : X-0.0.I906 on Tue Nov 9 23:01:33 IST 2010 b*...

  • Page 264

    Hardware Commands Parameters slot-number — Displays information for the specified card slot. Default Displays all cards. Values state Displays provisioned and equipped card and MDA information. active-resource-profile — With this parameter, the show command displays the active resource profile currently in use by the system. Output Show Card Output —...

  • Page 265

    Interface Configuration Label Description (Continued) Resources allocated towards ingress ACLs using IPv4 and/or IPv6 IPv4-IPv6 128 bit (with 128-bit IP addresses) classification. See the Router Resource Configuration guide for more details. Resources allocated towards ingress ACLs using IPv4 and/or IPv6 IPv6 64 bit (with 64-bit IP addresses) classification.

  • Page 266

    Context show Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command displays MDA information. If no command line options are specified, a summary output of all MDAs is displayed in table format.

  • Page 267

    Interface Configuration Output MDA Output — The following table describes MDA output fields. Label Description The chassis slot number. Slot The MDA slot number. The MDA type provisioned. Provisioned MDA- type The MDA type actually installed. Equipped MDA- type Up — Administratively up. Admin State Down —...

  • Page 268

    Hardware Commands Label Description (Continued) Down — The MDA is operationally down. The maximum number of ports that can be equipped on the MDA card. Maximum port count The number of ports that are actually equipped on the MDA. Number of ports equipped Indicates the source for the timing used by the MDA.

  • Page 269

    Interface Configuration Sample Output *A:MTU-A# show mda 1/1 detail =============================================================================== MDA 1/1 detail =============================================================================== Slot Provisioned Equipped Admin Operational Mda-type Mda-type State State ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- m24-100fx-1gb-sfp m24-100fx-1gb-sfp MDA Specific Data Maximum port count : 24 Number of ports equipped : 24 Network ingress queue policy : default Capabilities...

  • Page 270

    Hardware Commands CLEI code : IPMNX10GRA Serial number : NS1034F0924 Manufacture date : 08312010 Manufacturing string Manufacturing deviations : D01696 D01669 Administrative state : up Operational state : up Temperature : 26C Temperature threshold : 50C Software version : N/A Time of last boot : 2010/11/10 20:51:23 Current alarm state...

  • Page 271

    Interface Configuration =============================================================================== MDA 1/2 detail =============================================================================== Slot Provisioned Equipped Admin Operational Mda-type Mda-type State State ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- m4-ds1-ces m4-ds1-ces MDA Specific Data Maximum port count Number of ports equipped Network ingress queue policy : default Capabilities : TDM, CEM Min channel size : PDH DS0 Group Max channel size : PDH DS1...

  • Page 272

    Hardware Commands MDA Specific Data Maximum port count : 26 Number of ports equipped : 26 Network ingress queue policy : default Capabilities : Ethernet Hardware Data Platform type : N/A Part number : 3HE08117AAAA01 CLEI code Serial number : NS1310C2059 Manufacture date : 03252013 Manufacturing string...

  • Page 273

    Interface Configuration Manufacture date Manufacturing deviations : (Not Specified) Manufacturing assembly number : 82-0827-01 Administrative state : up Operational state : up Temperature : 59C Temperature threshold : 96C Software version : N/A Time of last boot : 2000/01/19 08:59:27 Current alarm state : alarm cleared Base MAC address...

  • Page 274

    Hardware Commands Operational state : up Temperature : 29C Temperature threshold : 85C Software boot (rom) version : (Not Specified) Software version : (Not Specified) Time of last boot : 2000/01/01 00:33:20 Current alarm state : alarm cleared Base MAC address : d0:99:d5:8f:5e:43 Firmware version : N/A...

  • Page 275

    [/port] [<network-app> [[pool-name]] Context show Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command displays pool information. Parameters mda-id[/port] — Displays the pool information of the specified MDA.

  • Page 276

    Hardware Commands Output Show Pool Output — The following table describes show pool output fields. Label Description Specifies the pool type. Type Specifies the card/mda or card/MDA/port designation. Specifies the nature of usage the pool would be used for. The pools Application/Type could be used for access or network traffic at either ingress or egress.

  • Page 277

    Interface Configuration =============================================================================== Pool Information =============================================================================== Port : 1/1/2 Application : Acc-Egr Pool Name : default Resv CBS : Sum ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- High Slope ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- QueueId State Start-Avg(%) Max-Avg(%) Max-Prob(%) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Queue1 Down Queue2 Down Queue3 Down Queue4 Down Queue5 Down Queue6 Down...

  • Page 278

    1000000 1/1/2 8698 1000000 1/1/2 8698 1000000 =============================================================================== * indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated. Sample for 7210 SAS-M: *A:MTU-A# show pools 1/1/1 network-egress =============================================================================== Pool Information =============================================================================== Port : 1/1/1 (lag-1) Application : Net-Egr Pool Name...

  • Page 279

    Interface Configuration ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- QueueId State Start-Avg(%) Max-Avg(%) Max-Prob(%) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Queue1 Down Queue2 Down Queue3 Down Queue4 Down Queue5 Down Queue6 Down Queue7 Down Queue8 Down ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Non Tcp Slope ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- QueueId State Start-Avg(%) Max-Avg(%) Max-Prob(%) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Queue1 Down Queue2 Down Queue3...

  • Page 280

    Hardware Commands 1/1/1 8698 1000000 1000000 1/1/1 8698 100000 1000000 100000 1/1/1 8698 100000 1000000 100000 =============================================================================== * indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated. *A:MTU-A# Sample for 7210 SAS-Mxp: A:Dut-A# show pools 1/1/1 network-egress =============================================================================== Pool Information =============================================================================== Port : 1/1/1...

  • Page 281

    Interface Configuration Pool Information =============================================================================== Port : 1/1/1 Application : System MMU Configured CBS : 20382 KB ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FC-MAPS/ CBS (B) Depth A.CIR A.PIR Queue MBS (B) O.CIR O.PIR ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sap Egress Queues: No Match Found Network/Access Queues: 1/1/1 131328 1000000 131328 1000448...

  • Page 282

    Context show Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command displays port information. If no command line options are specified, the command port displays summary information for all ports on provisioned MDAs.

  • Page 283

    Interface Configuration • Specific Port Output Fields on page 287 • Detailed Port Output Fields on page 293 • Ethernet Output Fields on page 305 • Ethernet-Like Medium Statistics Output Fields on page 323 • Port Associations Output Fields on page 326 General Port Output Fields Label Description...

  • Page 284

    Port Show Commands Label Description (Continued) GIGE — Indicates the GigE SFP type. SFP/MDI MDX FASTE — Indicates the FastE SFP type. MDI — Indicates that the Ethernet interface is of type MDI (Media Dependent Interface). MDX — Indicates that the Ethernet interface is of type MDX (Media Dependent Interface with crossovers).

  • Page 285

    Interface Configuration Ports on Slot 1 ============================================================================== Port Admin Link Port Oper LAG/ Port Port Port SFP/XFP/ State State Bndl Mode Encp Type MDIMDX ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1/1/1 Down Down 9212 9212 - netw null xcme 1/1/2 Down Down 9212 9212 - netw null xcme GIGE-SX 1/1/3 Down...

  • Page 286

    Port Show Commands Configured Mode : network Encap Type : null Dot1Q Ethertype : 0x8100 QinQ Ethertype : 0x8100 PBB Ethertype : 0x88e7 Acc Egr Sch Mode : N/A Ing. Pool % Rate : 100 Egr. Pool % Rate : 100 Ing.

  • Page 287

    Interface Configuration =============================================================================== Input Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Unicast Packets Multicast Packets Broadcast Packets Discards Unknown Proto Discards =============================================================================== =============================================================================== Ethernet-like Medium Statistics =============================================================================== Alignment Errors : Sngl Collisions FCS Errors Mult Collisions SQE Test Errors Late Collisions Excess Collisns Too long Frames Int MAC Tx Errs Symbol Errors Int MAC Rx Errs...

  • Page 288

    Port Show Commands Label Description (Continued) Additionally, the lag-id of the LAG it belongs to in addition to the status of the LAG member (active or standby) is specified. Full — The link is set to full duplex mode. Duplex Half —...

  • Page 289

    Interface Configuration Label Description (Continued) False — The duplex and speed values are used for the link. The current alarm state of the port. Alarm State Enabled — The collection of accounting and statistical data for the Collect Stats network Ethernet port is enabled. When applying accounting policies the data by default will be collected in the appropriate records and written to the designated billing file.

  • Page 290

    Port Show Commands Label Description (Continued) The speed of the interface Speed Ethernet — The port is configured as Ethernet. Link-level SONET — The port is configured as SONET-SDH The size of the largest packet which can be sent/received on the Ether- net physical interface, specified in octets.

  • Page 291

    Interface Configuration Label Description (Continued) False — The duplex and speed values are used for the link. The current alarm state of the port. Alarm State Enabled — The collection of accounting and statistical data for the Collect Stats network Ethernet port is enabled. When applying accounting policies the data by default will be collected in the appropriate records and written to the designated billing file.

  • Page 292

    Port Show Commands Label Description (Continued) The number of packets, delivered by this sub-layer to a higher (sub-) Unicast Packets layer, which were not addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at Input/Output this sub-layer. The total number of packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted, and which were not addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at this sub-layer, including those that were dis- carded or not sent.

  • Page 293

    Interface Configuration Detailed Port Output — The following table describes detailed port output fields. Detailed Port Output Fields Label Description A text description of the port. Description The port ID displayed in the slot/mda/port format. Interface The speed of the interface. Speed Ethernet —...

  • Page 294

    Port Show Commands Label Description (Continued) dot1q — Ingress frames carry 802.1Q tags where each tag signifies a different service. The number of alarms outstanding on this port. Active Alarms True — The link attempts to automatically negotiate the link speed Auto-negotiate and duplex parameters.

  • Page 295

    Interface Configuration Label Description (Continued) The interface's hardware or system assigned MAC address at its Hardware Address protocol sub-layer. For packet-oriented interfaces, the number of inbound packets that Errors Input/ contained errors preventing them from being deliverable to a higher- Output layer protocol.

  • Page 296

    Port Show Commands Label Description (Continued) Displays the Link Loss Forwarding operational state. LLF Oper State Displays the received S1 byte and its decoded QL value. Rx S1 Byte Displays whether the QL value is forcibly set to QL-DUS/QL-DNU. Tx DUS/DNU Displays the ethertype used for qinq packet encapsulation.

  • Page 297

    Interface Configuration Configured Address : 00:11:00:22:bc:13 Hardware Address : 00:11:00:22:bc:13 Cfg Alarm Alarm Status Transceiver Data Transceiver Type : SFP Model Number : 3HE00027AAAA02 IPUIAELDAB2 TX Laser Wavelength: 850 nm Diag Capable : yes Connector Code : LC Vendor OUI : 00:90:65 Manufacture date : 2008/09/29...

  • Page 298

    Port Show Commands Single Fiber Mode : No : None IfIndex : 35684352 Hold time up : 0 seconds Last State Change : 05/31/2010 11:54:16 Hold time down : 0 seconds Last Cleared Time : N/A DDM Events : Enabled Configured Mode : access Encap Type...

  • Page 299

    Interface Configuration ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Unicast Packets Multicast Packets Broadcast Packets Discards Unknown Proto Discards =============================================================================== =============================================================================== Ethernet-like Medium Statistics =============================================================================== Alignment Errors : Sngl Collisions FCS Errors Mult Collisions SQE Test Errors Late Collisions Excess Collisns Too long Frames Int MAC Tx Errs Symbol Errors Int MAC Rx Errs ===============================================================================...

  • Page 300

    Port Show Commands Hardware Address : 00:25:ba:01:b7:f2 Cfg Alarm Alarm Status Transceiver Data Transceiver Type : SFP Model Number : 3HE00062AAAA01 IPUIAEHDAA TX Laser Wavelength: 0 nm Diag Capable : no Connector Code : Unknown Vendor OUI : 00:90:65 Manufacture date : 2008/09/11 Media : Ethernet...

  • Page 301

    Interface Configuration SQE Test Errors Late Collisions Excess Collisns Too long Frames Int MAC Tx Errs Symbol Errors Int MAC Rx Errs =============================================================================== =============================================================================== Queue Statistics =============================================================================== ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packets Octets ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Egress Queue 1 (be) Fwd Stats 20243 Drop Stats Egress Queue 2 (l2) Fwd Stats...

  • Page 302

    Port Show Commands Ing. Pool Policy : n/a Egr. Pool Policy : n/a Net. Egr. Queue Pol: default Access Egr. Qos *: 1 Egr. Sched. Pol : default Network Qos Pol : n/a Auto-negotiate : true MDI/MDX : MDI Accounting Policy : None Collect-stats : Disabled...

  • Page 303

    Interface Configuration Packets of 512 to 1023 Octets Packets of 1024 to 1518 Octets : Packets of 1519 or more Octets : =============================================================================== * indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated. =============================================================================== Port Statistics =============================================================================== Input Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Unicast Packets Multicast Packets...

  • Page 304

    Port Show Commands *A:MTU-A# show port 1/1/1 =============================================================================== Ethernet Interface =============================================================================== Description : 10/100/Gig Ethernet SFP Interface : 1/1/1 Oper Speed : 1 Gbps Link-level : Ethernet Config Speed : 1 Gbps Admin State : up Oper Duplex : full Oper State : up Config Duplex...

  • Page 305

    Interface Configuration Unicast Packets 3324 5847 Multicast Packets 15199 Broadcast Packets Discards Unknown Proto Discards =============================================================================== Ethernet-like Medium Statistics =============================================================================== Alignment Errors : Sngl Collisions FCS Errors Mult Collisions SQE Test Errors Late Collisions Excess Collisns Too long Frames Int MAC Tx Errs Symbol Errors Int MAC Rx Errs ===============================================================================...

  • Page 306

    Port Show Commands CRC Mon SD Thresh : Enabled CRC Mon Window : 10 seconds CRC Mon SF Thresh : Enabled Configured Address : 00:25:ba:02:bd:62 Hardware Address : 00:25:ba:02:bd:62 Cfg Alarm Alarm Status Transceiver Data Transceiver Type : SFP Model Number : 3HE00062AAAA01 IPUIAEHDAA TX Laser Wavelength: 0 nm...

  • Page 307

    Interface Configuration Unknown Proto Discards =============================================================================== =============================================================================== Ethernet-like Medium Statistics =============================================================================== Alignment Errors : Sngl Collisions FCS Errors Mult Collisions SQE Test Errors Late Collisions Excess Collisns Too long Frames Int MAC Tx Errs Symbol Errors Int MAC Rx Errs =============================================================================== =============================================================================== Meter Statistics...

  • Page 308

    Port Show Commands =============================================================================== *A:7210-SAS> *A:ces-A# show port 1/2/1 detail =============================================================================== TDM DS1 Physical Interface =============================================================================== Description : DS1/E1 Interface : 1/2/1 Port IfIndex : 37781504 Admin Status : up Oper Status : up Physical Link : Yes Line Impedance : 100 Type : ds1...

  • Page 309

    Interface Configuration ========================== ========================== Transmit: Receive: Looped ========================== =============================================================================== Port Statistics =============================================================================== Input Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packets 20069718 1894388 Discards Unknown Proto Discards =============================================================================== *A:ces-A# *A:ces-A# show port 1/2/1.1 detail =============================================================================== TDM DS0 Chan Group =============================================================================== Description : DS0GRP Interface : 1/2/1.1 TimeSlots : 1-24 Speed...

  • Page 310

    Port Show Commands Input Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packets 20073789 1898459 Discards Unknown Proto Discards =============================================================================== *A:MTU-T1>show# port 1/1/6 =============================================================================== Ethernet Interface =============================================================================== Description : 10/100/Gig Ethernet SFP Interface : 1/1/6 Oper Speed : N/A Link-level : Ethernet Config Speed : 1 Gbps Admin State : down Oper Duplex...

  • Page 311

    Interface Configuration Part Number : FTRJ8519P2BNL-A6 Optical Compliance : GIGE-SX Link Length support: 550m for 50u MMF; 300m for 62.5u MMF =============================================================================== Transceiver Digital Diagnostic Monitoring (DDM), Internally Calibrated =============================================================================== Value High Alarm High Warn Low Warn Low Alarm ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Temperature (C) +26.2 +95.0...

  • Page 312

    Port Show Commands Description : 10/100/Gig Ethernet SFP Interface : 1/1/6 Oper Speed : N/A Link-level : Ethernet Config Speed : 1 Gbps Admin State : down Oper Duplex : N/A Oper State : down Config Duplex : full Physical Link : No : 9212 Single Fiber Mode...

  • Page 313

    Interface Configuration Tx Output Power (dBm) -23.77 -2.00 -2.00 -11.02 -11.74 Rx Optical Power (avg dBm) -35.23 1.00 -1.00 -18.01 -20.00 =============================================================================== =============================================================================== Traffic Statistics =============================================================================== Input Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets Packets Errors =============================================================================== Ethernet Statistics =============================================================================== Broadcast Pckts Drop Events Multicast Pckts CRC/Align Errors : Undersize Pckts...

  • Page 314

    Port Show Commands =============================================================================== Meter Statistics =============================================================================== ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packets Octets ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ingress Meter 1 (Unicast) For. InProf For. OutProf Ingress Meter 9 (Multipoint) For. InProf For. OutProf ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- =============================================================================== Queue Statistics =============================================================================== ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packets Octets ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Egress Queue 1 (be) Fwd Stats Drop Stats Egress Queue...

  • Page 315

    Interface Configuration Reason Down : noServicePort Physical Link : No : 9212 Single Fiber Mode : No : Internal IfIndex : 35717120 Hold time up : 0 seconds Last State Change : 12/20/2010 20:51:55 Hold time down : 0 seconds Last Cleared Time : N/A DDM Events...

  • Page 316

    Port Show Commands =============================================================================== Traffic Statistics =============================================================================== Input Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets Packets Errors =============================================================================== Ethernet Statistics =============================================================================== Broadcast Pckts Drop Events Multicast Pckts CRC/Align Errors : Undersize Pckts Fragments Oversize Pckts Jabbers Collisions Octets Packets Packets of 64 Octets Packets of 65 to 127 Octets Packets of 128 to 255 Octets Packets of 256 to 511 Octets Packets of 512 to 1023 Octets...

  • Page 317

    Interface Configuration ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packets Octets ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ingress Meter 1 (Unicast) For. InProf For. OutProf Ingress Meter 9 (Multipoint) For. InProf For. OutProf ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- =============================================================================== Queue Statistics =============================================================================== ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packets Octets ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Egress Queue 1 (be) Fwd Stats Drop Stats Egress Queue 2 (l2) Fwd Stats Drop Stats...

  • Page 318

    Port Show Commands Physical Link : No : 1514 Single Fiber Mode : No : None IfIndex : 35717120 Hold time up : 0 seconds Last State Change : 11/11/2010 11:45:40 Hold time down : 0 seconds Last Cleared Time : N/A DDM Events : Enabled...

  • Page 319

    Interface Configuration Broadcast Pckts Drop Events Multicast Pckts CRC/Align Errors : Undersize Pckts Fragments Oversize Pckts Jabbers Collisions Octets 1408 Packets Packets of 64 Octets Packets of 65 to 127 Octets Packets of 128 to 255 Octets Packets of 256 to 511 Octets Packets of 512 to 1023 Octets Packets of 1024 to 1518 Octets : Packets of 1519 or more Octets :...

  • Page 320

    Port Show Commands Dot1Q Ethertype : 0x8100 QinQ Ethertype : 0x8100 PBB Ethertype : 0x88e7 Ing. Pool % Rate : 100 Egr. Pool % Rate : 100 Ing. Pool Policy : n/a Egr. Pool Policy : n/a Net. Egr. Queue Pol: default Network Qos Pol : n/a Egr.

  • Page 321

    Interface Configuration Errors 2651 =============================================================================== * indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated. =============================================================================== Port Statistics =============================================================================== Input Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Unicast Packets 142210189554 Multicast Packets Broadcast Packets Discards Unknown Proto Discards =============================================================================== =============================================================================== Ethernet-like Medium Statistics =============================================================================== Alignment Errors : Sngl Collisions FCS Errors...

  • Page 322

    Port Show Commands Label Description (Continued) The total number of packets received that were longer than can be Oversize Pckts accepted by the physical layer of that port (9900 octets excluding fram- ing bits, but including FCS octets for GE ports) and were otherwise well formed.

  • Page 323

    Interface Configuration Oversize Pckts Jabbers Collisions Octets 3468749 Packets 25439 Packets of 64 Octets 25370 Packets of 65 to 127 Octets 4987 Packets of 128 to 255 Octets 10937 Packets of 256 to 511 Octets Packets of 512 to 1023 Octets Packets of 1024 to 1518 Octets : Packets of 1519 or more Octets : ===============================================================================...

  • Page 324

    Port Show Commands Label Description The number of frames received that exceed the maximum permitted Too long Frames frame size. For an interface operating at 100 Mb/s, the number of times there was Symbol Errors an invalid data symbol when a valid carrier was present The number of frames that are involved in a single collision, and are Sngl Collisions subsequently transmitted successfully.

  • Page 325

    Interface Configuration Label Description The total number of packets received that were shorter than 64 octets Fragments (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets) that had either a bad Frame Check Sequence (FCS) with an integral number of octets (FCS Error) or a bad FCS with a non-integral number of octets (Alignment Error).

  • Page 326

    Port Show Commands Sample Output *A:MTU-A# =============================================================================== Ethernet-like Medium Statistics =============================================================================== Alignment Errors : Sngl Collisions FCS Errors Mult Collisions SQE Test Errors Late Collisions Excess Collisns Too long Frames Int MAC Tx Errs Symbol Errors Int MAC Rx Errs =============================================================================== *A:MTU-A# Port Associations Output —...

  • Page 327

    Interface Configuration Label Description (Continued) up — the port is administratively up. Admin State down — the port is administratively down. The operating duplex mode of the interface. Oper Duplex up — the port is operationally up. Oper State down — the port is operationally down. full —...

  • Page 328

    Port Show Commands Label Description (Continued) The number of seconds left in a timed loopback If there is no loopback Loopback Time Left configured or the configured loopback is latched, the value is unspecified. The base chassis Ethernet MAC address. Configured Address The interface’s hardware or system assigned MAC address at its...

  • Page 329

    Interface Configuration Last State Change : 07/12/2010 14:26:43 Hold time down : 0 seconds Last Cleared Time : N/A Configured Mode : network Encap Type : null Dot1Q Ethertype : 0x8100 QinQ Ethertype : 0x8100 PBB Ethertype : 0x88e7 Ing. Pool % Rate : 100 Egr.

  • Page 330

    Port Show Commands FCS Errors Mult Collisions SQE Test Errors Late Collisions Excess Collisns Too long Frames Int MAC Tx Errs Symbol Errors Int MAC Rx Errs =============================================================================== A:7210>show# Page 330 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 331

    Interface Configuration Sample output for 7210 SAS-X: A:7210-SAS-X>show# port A/1 =============================================================================== Ethernet Interface =============================================================================== Description : 10/100 Ethernet TX Interface : A/1 Oper Speed : 100 mbps Link-level : Ethernet Config Speed : 100 mbps Admin State : up Oper Duplex : full Oper State : up...

  • Page 332

    Port Show Commands =============================================================================== Input Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Unicast Packets Multicast Packets Broadcast Packets 5415 Discards Unknown Proto Discards =============================================================================== =============================================================================== Ethernet-like Medium Statistics =============================================================================== Alignment Errors : Sngl Collisions FCS Errors Mult Collisions SQE Test Errors Late Collisions Excess Collisns Too long Frames Int MAC Tx Errs Symbol Errors...

  • Page 333

    Interface Configuration Label Description ACR DPLL Statis- Frequency offset mean — The ACR frequency offset mean for the tics previous 15 sets of 60-second intervals. Frequency offset stddev — The ACR frequency offset standard deviation for the previous 15 sets of 60-second intervals. Phase error mean —...

  • Page 334

    Port Show Commands Timestamp Freq CAS Framing : No CAS Effective PDVT : +/-2.984 ms Cfg Alarm : stray malformed pktloss overrun underrun Alarm Status ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CEM SAP Statistics ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packets Seconds Events Egress Stats Forwarded 852539 Dropped Missing Reordered Forwarded Underrun 11119 Overrun...

  • Page 335

    Interface Configuration (105 min) -388 =============================================================================== =============================================================================== ACR State Statistics =============================================================================== Algorithm State Counts normal : 1386 Phase-tracking : 35 Freq-tracking Holdover : 12741 Free-run : 64 Events ACR Calc Out of Range : 0 Prolonged ACR Failure : 293 Excessive Packet Loss : 0 Excessive Phase Shift : 0 ===============================================================================...

  • Page 336

    Port Show Commands Sync. Status Msg. : Enabled Rx Quality Level : failed Tx DUS/DNU : Disabled Tx Quality Level : 0x2(prc) SSM Code Type : sdh Down On Int. Error : Disabled CRC Mon SD Thresh : Disabled CRC Mon Window : 10 seconds CRC Mon SF Thresh : Disabled...

  • Page 337

    Interface Configuration *A:SAS-M2>show Sample for dot1x detail: A:7210SAS>show# port 1/1/2 dot1x detail =============================================================================== 802.1x Port Status =============================================================================== Port control : force-auth Port status : authorized Authenticator PAE state : force-auth Backend state : idle Reauth enabled : no Reauth period : N/A Max auth requests Transmit period...

  • Page 338

    Port Show Commands EapStarts While Authenticated EapLogoffs While Authenticated Backend Responses Backend Access Challenges Backend Requests To Supplicant Backend Access Challenges Backend Non Nak Responses Backend Auth Successes Backend Auth Failures Detailed Sample for 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE *A:NS1633T0067>show# port 1/1/1 detail =============================================================================== Ethernet Interface ===============================================================================...

  • Page 339

    Interface Configuration EFM OAM : Disabled EFM OAM Link Mon : Disabled Configured Address : d0:99:d5:8f:5e:43 Hardware Address : d0:99:d5:8f:5e:43 Cfg Alarm : remote local Alarm Status : local Transceiver Data Transceiver Status : unsupported Transceiver Type : SFP Model Number : 3HE00062CBAA01 IPUIBDYDAA TX Laser Wavelength: 0 nm...

  • Page 340

    Port Show Commands Multicast Packets Broadcast Packets Discards Unknown Proto Discards =============================================================================== =============================================================================== Ethernet-like Medium Statistics =============================================================================== Alignment Errors : Sngl Collisions FCS Errors Mult Collisions SQE Test Errors Late Collisions Excess Collisns Too long Frames Int MAC Tx Errs Symbol Errors Int MAC Rx Errs ===============================================================================...

  • Page 341

    Interface Configuration Fwd Stats (mc) Drop Stats (mc) Egress Queue 3 (af) Fwd Stats Drop Stats Fwd Stats (uc) Drop Stats (uc) Fwd Stats (mc) Drop Stats (mc) Egress Queue 4 (l1) Fwd Stats Drop Stats Fwd Stats (uc) Drop Stats (uc) Fwd Stats (mc) Drop Stats (mc)

  • Page 342

    Port Show Commands Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command displays Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) information. Parameters nearest-bridge — Displays nearest bridge information. nearest-non-tpmr — Displays nearest Two-Port MAC Relay (TPMR) information.

  • Page 343

    : 10/100/Gig Ethernet SFP System Name : Dut-B System Description : TiMOS-B-0.0.I927 both/i386 ALCATEL SAS 7210 Copyright (c) 2000-2010 Nokia. All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements. Built on Wed Dec 1 22:23:12 IST 2010 by builder in /builder/0.0/panos/main...

  • Page 344

    : 10/100 Ethernet TX System Name : Dut-G System Description : TiMOS-B-8.0.R5 both/i386 ALCATEL SR 7750 Copyright (c) 2000-2010 Nokia. All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements. Built on Tue Sep 28 18:24:07 PDT 2010 by builder in /rel8.0/b1/R5/panos/main...

  • Page 345

    [detail] Context show>system Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command displays information about internal loopback ports. Parameters Detail — keyword - includes application information Command to display the list of loopback ports assigned to different OAM tools and also the list of virtual internal port(s) available and its current association.

  • Page 346

    Port Show Commands Sample Output for 7210 SAS-M *A:7210SAS>config>port# show system internal-loopback-ports detail =============================================================================== Internal Loopback Port Status =============================================================================== Port Loopback Application Service Type Enabled ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1/1/12 Physical Mac-Swap 1/1/25 Virtual Mac-Swap ======================================== Mac-swap Application Status ======================================== Enabled : Yes...

  • Page 347

    Interface Configuration Type Enabled ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1/1/10 Physical Mac-Swap 1/1/11 Physical Testhead ======================================== Mac-swap Application Status ======================================== Enabled : Yes Test Service Id : None Test Sap Id : None ======================================== ========================================================== Sample Output for 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 *A:7210SAS>show>system# internal-loopback-ports =========================================================================== Internal Loopback Port Status ===========================================================================...

  • Page 348

    Context show>system Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command displays local Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) information at the system level. This includes an option keyword to display summary information for all known peers.

  • Page 349

    : 00:12:cf:b4:71:b8 System Name : hw_sasm_duta System Description : TiMOS-B-9.0.B1-12 both/mpc Nokia SAS-M 7210 Copyright (c) 2000-2016 Nokia. All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements. Built on Tue Oct 18 15:22:40 IST 2016 by builder in / home/builder/9.0B1/panos/main...

  • Page 350

    Port Show Commands 1/1/1 D8:1C:FF:00:00:00 1/2/2 cses-V28 =============================================================================== Page 350 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide...

  • Page 351

    Context show Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command displays Link Aggregation Group (LAG) information. If no command line options are specified, a summary listing of all LAGs is displayed.

  • Page 352

    LAG Commands Label Description The number of ports that are physically present and have physical links Up-Link-Count present. Member port is selected as active or standby link. MC Act/Stdby Sample Output A:ALA-48# show lag =============================================================================== Lag Data =============================================================================== Lag-id Port-Threshold Up-Link-Count MC Act/Stdby -------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Page 353

    Interface Configuration Label Description (Continued) Enabled — LACP is enabled. LACP Down — LACP is disabled. LACP timeout signaled to peer. LACP Transmit Intvl Configured subgroup selection criteria. Selection Criteria Total subgroups in LAG. Number of sub- groups System ID used by actor in LACP messages. System ID Configured LAG key.

  • Page 354

    LAG Commands Label Description (Continued) Indicates that the member port is selected as the active or standby link. Active/stdby Indicates that the member port operational state. Indicates that the member port is the primary port of the LAG. Primary Displays the member subgroup where the member port belongs to. Sub-group Displays the member port priority.

  • Page 355

    Interface Configuration LAG Statistics Output — The following table describes detailed LAG statistics output fields. Statistics Label Description Output Fields The LAG or multi-link trunk (MLT) that the port is assigned to. LAG ID The port ID configured or displayed in the slot/mda/port format. Port ID The number of incoming bytes for the LAG on a per-port basis.

  • Page 356

    LAG Commands LAG Associations Output — The following table describes LAG associations output fields. Label Description The service associated with the LAG. Service ID The name of the IP interface. Name The values of the port for the IP interface. Encap Val Sample Output A:ALA-1# show lag 5 associations...

  • Page 357

    Interface Configuration ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1/1/5 actor 1/1/5 partner 1/1/6 actor 1/1/6 partner =============================================================================== *A:dut-c# LAG Description Output — The following table describes detailed LAG statistics output fields. Label Description The service associated with the LAG. LACP Status The LAG or multi-link trunk (MLT) that the port is assigned to. Lag-id The port ID configured or displayed in the slot/mda/port format.

  • Page 358

    LAG Commands Label Description The service associated with the LAG. LACP Status The LAG or multi-link trunk (MLT) that the port is assigned to. Lag-id The port ID configured or displayed in the slot/mda/port format. Port-id The administrative state of the port/KAG. Displays UP to indicate LAG/port is administratively UP (no shutdown) state and displays Down to indicate LAG/port is administratively Down (shutdown) state.

  • Page 359

    Syntax redundancy Context show Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables the context to show multi-chassis redundancy information. multi-chassis Syntax mc-lag peer ip-address [lag lag-id]...

  • Page 360

    LAG Commands mc-lag — Displays multi-chassis LAG information. peer ip-address — Displays the address of the multi-chassis peer. lag lag-id — Displays the specified LAG ID on this system that forms an multi-chassis LAG configuration with the indicated peer. statistics — Displays statistics for the multi-chassis peer. sync —...

  • Page 361

    Interface Configuration Packets Dropped Out of Seq Packets Dropped Unknown Tlv Packets Dropped MD5 Packets Tx : 9229 Packets Tx Keepalive : 8705 Packets Tx Peer Config : 509 Packets Tx Failed ============================================================================ *A:SAS# show redundancy multi-chassis sync peer 3.3.3.3 =============================================================================== Multi-chassis Peer Table ===============================================================================...

  • Page 362

    [lag lag-id] mac-lag [peer ip-address [lag lag-id]] statistics Context show>redundancy>multi-chassis Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command displays multi-chassis LAG information. Sample *7210-SAS>show>redundancy>multi-chassis# mc-lag peer 1.1.1.1 =============================================================================== Multi-Chassis MC-Lag Peer 1.1.1.1...

  • Page 363

    Context monitor Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables port traffic monitoring. The specified port(s) statistical information displays at the configured interval until the configured count is reached.

  • Page 364

    Port Monitor Commands ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets Packets Errors ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 3 sec (Mode: Absolute) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets Packets Errors ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 6 sec (Mode: Absolute) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets Packets Errors -------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Page 365

    Interface Configuration *A:ces-A# monitor port 1/2/1 =============================================================================== Monitor statistics for Port 1/2/1 =============================================================================== Input Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets 3828256704 338593536 Packets 19938837 1763508 Errors ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 10 sec (Mode: Delta) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets 1929984...

  • Page 366

    Port Monitor Commands ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets 3836382144 346718976 Packets 19981157 1805828 Errors ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 10 sec (Mode: Absolute) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets 3838312128 348648960 Packets 19991209 1815880 Errors ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At time t = 20 sec (Mode: Absolute) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Octets 3840242304...

  • Page 367

    Interface Configuration =============================================================================== A:7210-SAS-X>monitor# 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide Page 367...

  • Page 368

    Context clear Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command reinitializes the specified MDA in a particular slot. Parameters mda-id — Clears the specified slot and MDA/CMA.

  • Page 369

    Interface Configuration Values statistics — Specifies that port statistics will be cleared. slot — The slot number. Values mda — The MDA number. Default All MDAs. Values 1, 2 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12, Mxp, S, Sx Interface Configuration Guide Page 369...

  • Page 370

    [lag-id lag-id] Context debug Description Platforms Supported: 7210 SAS-M, 7210 SAS-X, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE,7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-T. This command enables debugging for LAG. Parameters lag-id — Specifies the link aggregation group ID.

  • Page 371: Standards And Protocol Support

    Note: The information presented is subject to change without notice. Nokia assumes no responsibility for inaccuracies contained herein. M(A,N) means 7210 SAS-M in both Access-uplink mode and Network mode; Similarly M(N) means 7210 SAS-M in network mode only T(A,N) means 7210 SAS-M in both Access-uplink mode and Network mode; Similarly T(N)

  • Page 372

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 1772, Application of the Border Gateway Protocol in the Internet is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 1997, BGP Communities Attribute is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 2385, Protection of BGP Sessions via the TCP MD5 Signature Option is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12...

  • Page 373

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 5668, 4-Octet AS Specific BGP Extended Community is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 6811, Prefix Origin Validation is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx- 10/100GE, R6, and R12 Circuit Emulation RFC 4553, Structure-Agnostic Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) over Packet (SAToP) is...

  • Page 374: Fast Reroute

    Standards and Protocol Support IEEE 802.3ac, VLAN Tag is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 IEEE 802.3ad, Link Aggregation is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S- 1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 IEEE 802.3ae, 10 Gb/s Ethernet is supported on M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/ 100GE, R6, and R12...

  • Page 375

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 1034, Domain Names - Concepts and Facilities is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 1035, Domain Names - Implementation and Specification is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 1350, The TFTP Protocol (revision 2) is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12...

  • Page 376

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 5880, Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 5881, Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) IPv4 and IPv6 (Single Hop) is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 5883, Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) for Multihop Paths is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 6528, Defending against Sequence Number Attacks is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N),...

  • Page 377

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 6515, IPv4 and IPv6 Infrastructure Addresses in BGP Updates for Multicast VPNs is supported on T(N), Mxp, R6, and R12 RFC 6625, Wildcards in Multicast VPN Auto-Discover Routes is supported on T(N), Mxp, R6, and RFC 6826, Multipoint LDP In-Band Signaling for Point-to-Multipoint and Multipoint-to- Multipoint Label Switched Path is supported on T(N), Mxp, R6, and R12 RFC 7385, IANA Registry for P-Multicast Service Interface (PMSI) Tunnel Type Code Points is...

  • Page 378

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 4007, IPv6 Scoped Address Architecture is supported on M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 4193, Unique Local IPv6 Unicast Addresses is supported on M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/ 10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 4291, Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) Addressing Architecture is supported on M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 4443, Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMPv6) for the Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)

  • Page 379

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 3359, Reserved Type, Length and Value (TLV) Codepoints in Intermediate System to Intermediate System is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/ 100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 3719, Recommendations for Interoperable Networks using Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS) is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx- 10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 3787, Recommendations for Interoperable IP Networks using Intermediate System to...

  • Page 380

    Standards and Protocol Support Management draft-ieft-snmpv3-update-mib-05, Management Information Base (MIB) for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 draft-ietf-idr-bgp4-mib-05, Definitions of Managed Objects for the Fourth Version of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP-4) is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/ 100GE, R6, and R12 draft-ietf-isis-wg-mib-06, Management Information Base for Intermediate System to Intermediate...

  • Page 381

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 1724, RIP Version 2 MIB Extension is supported on Mxp RFC 2021, Remote Network Monitoring Management Information Base Version 2 using SMIv2 is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 2115, Management Information Base for Frame Relay DTEs Using SMIv2 is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12...

  • Page 382

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 2864, The Inverted Stack Table Extension to the Interfaces Group MIB is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 2933, Internet Group Management Protocol MIB is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 3014, Notification Log MIB is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S- 1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12...

  • Page 383

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 4022, Management Information Base for the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 4113, Management Information Base for the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 4220, Traffic Engineering Link Management Information Base is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12...

  • Page 384

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 3037, LDP Applicability is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/ 100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 3478, Graceful Restart Mechanism for Label Distribution Protocol (Helper Mode) is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 5036, LDP Specification is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/ 100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 5283, LDP Extension for Inter-Area Label Switched Paths (LSPs) is supported on K12, M(N),...

  • Page 385

    Standards and Protocol Support MPLS — RSVP-TE RFC 2702, Requirements for Traffic Engineering over MPLS is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 2747, RSVP Cryptographic Authentication is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S- 1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 2961, RSVP Refresh Overhead Reduction Extensions is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12...

  • Page 386

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 3623, Graceful OSPF Restart Graceful OSPF Restart (Helper Mode) is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 3630, Traffic Engineering (TE) Extensions to OSPF Version 2 is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 4222, Prioritized Treatment of Specific OSPF Version 2 Packets and Congestion Avoidance is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12...

  • Page 387: Quality Of Service

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 3985, Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3) is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 4385, Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3) Control Word for Use over an MPLS PSN is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 4446, IANA Allocations for Pseudowire Edge to Edge Emulation (PWE3) is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 4447, Pseudowire Setup and Maintenance Using the Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) is...

  • Page 388

    Standards and Protocol Support RFC 3260, New Terminology and Clarifications for Diffserv is supported on D, E, K5, K12, M(A,N), T(A,N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 1058, Routing Information Protocol is supported on Mxp RFC 2082, RIP-2 MD5 Authentication is supported on Mxp RFC 2453, RIP Version 2 is supported on Mxp Timing GR-1244-CORE, Clocks for the Synchronized Network: Common Generic Criteria, Issue 3, May...

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    Standards and Protocol Support VPLS RFC 4761, Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) Using BGP for Auto-Discovery and Signaling is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12 RFC 4762, Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) Using Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) Signaling is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and RFC 5501, Requirements for Multicast Support in Virtual Private LAN Services is supported on K12, M(N), T(N), X, Mxp, Sx/S-1/10GE, Sx-10/100GE, R6, and R12...

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