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Command Reference Guide for the Avaya
P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches,
Software Version 6.1
Doc. No. 10-300090
Issue 1
January 2004

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  • Page 1 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1 Doc. No. 10-300090 Issue 1 January 2004...
  • Page 2 Avaya disclaims responsibility for errors which may appear in this document, and it reserves the right, in its sole discretion and without notice, to make substitutions and modifications in the products and practices described in this document.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ..........3-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 4 ......... . . 7-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 5 ip dvmrp min-route-flash-update ........7-5 ip dvmrp neighbor-probe-interval ........7-6 ip dvmrp neighbor-timeout.
  • Page 6 ..........11-7 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 7 Table of Contents clear tcp ............11-8 interface .
  • Page 8 ......... 13-24 viii Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 9 ipx sap-multiplier ..........13-25 ipx sap-name-filter .
  • Page 10 ..........19-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 11 ip ospf as-boundary-router ........19-12 ip ospf authentication-key .
  • Page 12 ..........22-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 13 Chapter 23 — 80-Series QoS ........23-1 Overview .
  • Page 14 ..........28-25 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 15 show spantree ..........28-26 show spantree blocked .
  • Page 16 ..........31-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 17 Chapter 32 — User Interface ........32-1 Overview .
  • Page 18 Index ............IN-1 xviii Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 19: Chapter 1 - Overview

    This chapter describes: Command Mode Summaries The CLI for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice switches consists of various command modes. The commands you can enter depend on the mode you are in. Each command mode has a distinct prompt.
  • Page 20: Entering And Exiting The Command Modes

    Interface From Global mode, enter Configuration interface <interface- name> Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 To Access From Global mode, enter router <protocol> (dvmrp, igmp, ospf, rip, or vrrp). From Global mode, enter interface <interface-...
  • Page 21: Basic Functions

    Basic Functions This section provides information about the following switch functions: Help Enter a question mark ( commands in a mode. See Table 1-3. Basic Functions Command partial-command? (First tokens only - not whole syntax) partial-command <Tab> partial-command + command ? (Gives the next token (parameter or keyword)) command[parameter] ? (Gives the next token (parameter or keyword))
  • Page 22: Command Syntax Conventions

    Table 1-5. History Buffer Key Sequence Keys Ctrl-P Ctrl-N Ctrl-C Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Table 1-4 for an explanation of the command syntax conventions. Description A command keyword. An alphanumeric string with “-” allowed.
  • Page 23: Accessing The Cli

    Accessing the CLI There are two ways to access the Avaya P550R, P580, P880, and P882 Multiservice Switch CLI: Accessing the CLI Using Telnet To access the CLI using telnet: 1. Obtain the name and password for the user account you will be using.
  • Page 24 Chapter 1 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 25: Chapter 2 - Aft

    Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 clear aft instance invalid-learned-entries vlan clear aft instance learned-entries vlan set aft agetime set aft auto-sizing-threshold set aft entry set aft instance vlan (auto-increment)
  • Page 26: Clear Aft Instance Invalid-Learned-Entries Vlan

    All Invalid Learned Entries successfully deleted in AFT Instance for Vlan “Default” (vlanID 1). Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the AFT instance associated with the ID of this VLAN.
  • Page 27: Clear Aft Instance Learned-Entries Vlan

    clear aft instance learned-entries vlan Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Delete all learned entries and invalid learned entries from a particular AFT instance. Syntax clear aft instance learned-entries vlan {<vlan-id> | name <vlan-name>} Table 2-2. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name vlan name Sample Output The following example clears all learned entries.
  • Page 28: Set Aft Agetime

    AFT Age Time successfully set to 350. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Enter the amount of time, in seconds, after which aft entries become invalid. The range is 10–1,000,000...
  • Page 29: Set Aft Auto-Sizing-Threshold

    set aft auto-sizing-threshold Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the AFT auto sizing threshold (percentage before auto-incrementing hash tables). The default percentage is 40%. Syntax set aft auto-sizing-threshold <threshold-value> Table 2-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <threshold-value> Sample Output The following example sets the aft auto sizing threshold to 60%. (configure)# set aft auto-sizing-threshold 60 AFT Auto Sizing Threshold successfully set to 60% Systems...
  • Page 30: Set Aft Entry

    Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set aft entry <mac-address> vlan {<vlan-id> | name <vlan-name>} port-binding {filter | forward <mod- port-spec>} [persistence {ageout | permanent}] [priority {normal | high}] [sa-priority {port | aft <entry-priority>...
  • Page 31 Table 2-5. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name priority sa-priority port sa-priority aft <entry-priority> sa-priority max- port-aft da-priority port da-priority aft <entry-priority> da-priority max- port-aft Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition Options include: • normal - The AFT entry has normal priority. •...
  • Page 32 MAC address priority (5) to frames that have a source MAC address of 00:00:00:00:00:55. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Enter. . . set aft entry 44:44:44:44:44:44 vlan name “Default” port-binding...
  • Page 33 To. . . • Associate MAC address 00:00:00:00:00:55 with port 1 on the module in slot 3 and with VLAN 50. • Forward frames that have a source or destination MAC address of 00:00:00:00:00:55. • Assign a priority of 7 to packets that have a destination MAC address of 00:00:00:00:00:55.
  • Page 34: Set Aft Instance Vlan (Auto-Increment)

    “Default” (vlanID 1) successfully set to false Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 2-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The AFT instance associated with the VLAN. vlan-id - The numerical ID of a specific VLAN.
  • Page 35: Set Aft Instance Vlan (Hash-Table-Size)

    set aft instance vlan (hash-table-size) Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the hash table size for a particular VLAN’s AFT instance. Syntax set aft instance vlan {<vlan-id> | name <vlan-name>} hash-table-size {16 | 32 | 64 | 128 | 256 | 512 | 1024 | 2048 | 4096 | 8192} Table 2-7.
  • Page 36: Set Aft Super-Agetime

    AFT Super Age Time successfully set to 8 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 2-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Enter the amount of time, in days, after which invalid aft entries are removed. The range is 1-30 days.
  • Page 37: Show Aft Config

    show aft config Command Mode User. Description Displays the AFT’s global configuration. Syntax show aft config Sample Output The following example displays the aft manager configuration table. > show aft config AFT Manager Configuration: ========================== Age Time: 300 Super Age Time: 7 AFT PLE Configuration: ====================== Initial Hash Table Size:...
  • Page 38: Show Aft Entry

    2-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The MAC address associated with this entry. wildcard-mac-address - the wildcard is indicated by a single asterisk (*) before the MAC address.
  • Page 39 Sample Output The following example display the aft entry table. > show aft entry AFT Entries matching search criteria: “All Entries” ================================================== MAC Address 01:80:C2:00:00:00 cpu 01:80:C2:00:00:01 cpu 01:80:C2:00:00:02 filter valid 01:80:C2:00:00:03 filter valid 01:80:C2:00:00:04 filter valid Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No.
  • Page 40: Show Aft Instance

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 2-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the aft instance associated with the ID of this VLAN. Displays the AFT instance information for this VLAN ID.
  • Page 41: Chapter 3 - Appletalk

    Appletalk Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 appletalk access-group appletalk access-list appletalk address appletalk admin-state appletalk cable-range appletalk echo appletalk mac-format appletalk routing appletalk static cable-range appletalk vlan...
  • Page 42: Appletalk Access-Group

    The following example enables access-group 625 to an Appletalk interface. (config-if:serial0)# appletalk access-group 625 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 appletalk access-group <access-list-number> no appletalk access-group <access-list-number> Definition A decimal value that specifies the identifier of the access list.
  • Page 43: Appletalk Access-List

    appletalk access-list Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Creates an Appletalk Access List. The no form of this command removes an Appletalk Access List. The default is to permit all zones and all NBP objects. The access list applies to either an Appletalk zone name or to the object portion of an NBP entity.
  • Page 44 (configuration)# no appletalk access-list 630 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Additional zone names. This keyword defines the default action to take for access check, which apply to zones.
  • Page 45: Appletalk Address

    appletalk address Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Configure an Appletalk Phase I Address for an interface. The no form of this command removes the Appletalk interface itself. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 3-3. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <network.node> Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 46: Appletalk Admin-State

    (config-if:serial0)# appletalk admin-state down Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The administrative state of an Appletalk interface. • up - The administrative state of the interface is active.
  • Page 47: Appletalk Cable-Range

    appletalk cable-range Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Configure a cable range for an Appletalk Phase II for an interface. The no form of this command disables Appletalk for this interface. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 3-5. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <cable-range>...
  • Page 48: Appletalk Echo

    Name <network.node> Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition • network - The DDP network address of the Appletalk device. • node - The DDP node address of the Appletalk...
  • Page 49: Appletalk Mac-Format

    appletalk mac-format Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets which Appletalk Interface MAC format is to be used. The default value is snap. The no form of this command resets the MAC format for the interface to the default value. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 3-7.
  • Page 50: Appletalk Routing

    Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables Appletalk routing. (configuration)# appletalk routing Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 3-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 appletalk routing [no] appletalk routing...
  • Page 51: Appletalk Static Cable-Range

    appletalk static cable-range Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Creates an Appletalk static route. The no form of this command removes the static route itself, or only removes a zone from the static route if the zone name is supplied. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 3-8.
  • Page 52 1.5 on the remote network 110-120 in the remote zone “adams”. (configure)# appletalk static cable-range 110-120 to 1.5 zone adams Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 3-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 53: Appletalk Vlan

    appletalk vlan Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Assigns the Appletalk interface to a VLAN. The no form of this command resets the VLAN to the discard VLAN, which is the default value. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 3-9. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <vlan-id>...
  • Page 54: Appletalk Zone

    (config-if:auto50)# appletalk zone foo2 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 3-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 appletalk zone [<zone-name>] [no] appletalk zone Definition The name of the zone you want to add to the interface. The...
  • Page 55: Clear Appletalk Arp

    clear appletalk arp Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Deletes a single or all entries from the Appletalk ARP and Appletalk Routing tables, and clears the Appletalk counters. Syntax clear appletalk arp [<network.node>] Table 3-11. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <network.node> Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 56: Clear Appletalk Route

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 3-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The number of the network to which the route provides access. To delete all dynamic entries, omit the argument. Local and...
  • Page 57: Clear Appletalk Traffic

    clear appletalk traffic Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Clears the Appletalk counters. Syntax clear appletalk traffic Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Appletalk 3-17...
  • Page 58: Ping Appletalk

    <network.node> Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 3-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition • network - The DDP network address of the Appletalk device. • node - The DDP node address of the Appletalk...
  • Page 59: Show Appletalk Access-Lists

    show appletalk access-lists Command Mode User. Description Displays currently defined Appletalk access lists. Syntax show appletalk access-list Sample Output The following example displays the Appletalk access list. > show appletalk access-list Apple Talk Access Lists Index Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No.
  • Page 60: Show Appletalk Arp

    08:00:07:41:C0:8B Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 3-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Shows local and broadcast entries, in addition to dynamic entries listed in the Appletalk Arp Table. AppleTalk AARP Cache Table...
  • Page 61: Show Appletalk Globals

    show appletalk globals Command Mode User. Description Displays information about the router’s Appletalk status. Syntax show appletalk globals Sample Output The following example displays information about the router’s Appletalk status. > show appletalk globals Apple Talk Routing is enabled Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 62: Show Appletalk Interface

    DDP Node Number 0 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 3-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition A keyword indicating that only summary information is to be displayed. The name of the interface to display.
  • Page 63: Show Appletalk Nbp

    show appletalk nbp Command Mode User. Description Displays all Appletalk Name Binding Protocol (NBP) entries. Syntax show appletalk nbp Sample Output The following example shows the display for the show Appletalk nbp command. > show appletalk nbp Index Object : Type@Zone on Interface 1 PORT_8000.1:Router@Zone8000 on at_if3 2 PORT_500.1 :Router@Area0 on at_if2 3 PORT_300.1 :Router@Zone300 on at_if1...
  • Page 64: Show Appletalk Route

    8000-8001 0.0 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 3-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition If the starting range is supplied, the entry corresponding to this specific Appletalk network is displayed; otherwise, the entire routing table is displayed.
  • Page 65: Show Appletalk Static Cable-Range

    show appletalk static cable-range Command Mode User. Description Displays the static routes that are configured for Appletalk. Syntax show appletalk static cable-range [<starting-range>] Table 3-17. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <starting- range> Sample Output The following example displays all of the Appletalk static routes that are configured.
  • Page 66: Show Appletalk Traffic

    ZIP GNI Rsp Sent Config Address Error 0 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 3-26 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 AT Traffic Statistics Echo Replies Rcv DDP Output Counter 12 DDP Output Long...
  • Page 67: Show Appletalk Zone

    show appletalk zone Command Mode User. Description Displays the contents of the Appletalk Zone Information Table (ZIT). Syntax show appletalk zone [<zone-name>] Table 3-18. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <zone-name> Sample Output The following example displays the contents of the Zone1 Appletalk Zone Information table.
  • Page 68 Chapter 3 3-28 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 69: Chapter 4 - Buffering

    Overview This chapter describes the following commands: * Note: These commands are not supported on 80-Series modules. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set buffering fabric-port (age-timer) set buffering fabric-port (hipri-alloc) set buffering fabric-port (hipri-service-ratio)
  • Page 70: Set Buffering Fabric-Port (Age-Timer)

    640-to-1280 Buffers for fabric-port 4/1 set. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Enter a particular fabric port or a range of fabric ports on a module. Set the routing buffer parameters.
  • Page 71: Set Buffering Fabric-Port (Hipri-Alloc)

    set buffering fabric-port (hipri-alloc) Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Set the input or output buffer high priority allocation percentage. The default percentage value is 20%. * Note: The switch must be rebooted for changes to this parameter to Syntax set buffering fabric-port <fabric-port-spec> [routing] {input | output} hipri- alloc {10 | 20 | 30 | 40 | 50} Table 4-2.
  • Page 72: Set Buffering Fabric-Port (Hipri-Service-Ratio)

    9999-to-1 Buffers for fabric-port 4/1 set. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Enter a particular fabric port or a range of fabric ports on a module.
  • Page 73: Set Buffering Fabric-Port (Pri-Threshold)

    set buffering fabric-port (pri-threshold) Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the input or output buffer priority threshold for a fabric port. The default value for the priority threshold is 4. Syntax set buffering fabric-port <fabric-port-spec> [routing] {input | output} pri- threshold {1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | all-frames-normal-priority} Table 4-4.
  • Page 74: Set Buffering Port (Age-Timer)

    (configure)# set buffering port 4/1 output age-timer 42 Buffers for fabric-port 4/1 set. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the module and the port. The output buffer.
  • Page 75: Set Buffering Port (Hipri-Alloc)

    set buffering port (hipri-alloc) Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the output buffer high priority allocation percentage for a physical port. The default setting is 20. Syntax set buffering port <mod-port-spec> output hipri-alloc {10 | 20 | 30 | 40 | 50} Table 4-6.
  • Page 76: Set Buffering Port (Hipri-Service-Ratio)

    15-to-1 Buffers for port 4/1 set. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the module and the port. The output buffer. The high priority service ratios are: 1-to-1, 3-to-1, 7-to-1,...
  • Page 77: Set Buffering Port (Pri-Threshold)

    set buffering port (pri-threshold) Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the output buffer priority threshold for a physical port. The default setting is 4. Syntax set buffering port <mod-port-spec> output pri-threshold {1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | all-frames-normal-priority} Table 4-8.
  • Page 78: Show Buffering Fabric-Port

    Overflow Drops: High Stale Drops: Stale Drops: Congestion Drops: ------------------- Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 4-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies a fabric port. Input Buffer ------------------ 160-to-320 ------------------ Output Buffer...
  • Page 79: Show Buffering Port

    show buffering port Command Mode User. Description Displays the buffer configuration and statistics for a physical port. Syntax show buffering port [<mod-port-spec>[…,<mod-port-spec>]] Table 4-10. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-port-spec> Sample Output The following example displays the buffer configuration and statistics for physical port 6/19.
  • Page 80 Chapter 4 4-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 81: Chapter 5 - Console

    Console Overview This chapter describes: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set console baud set console databits set console flowcontrol set console initcmd set console parity set console stopbits set console transfer ppp set console type...
  • Page 82: Set Console Baud

    (configure)# set console baud 19200 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition A required parameter that sets the serial console port to the indicated baud rate. The value indicates the baud rate of...
  • Page 83: Set Console Databits

    set console databits Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the console serial port’s databit width. The default value is 8. * Note: This command is not applicable when the console serial port is Syntax set console databits {7 | 8} Table 5-2.
  • Page 84: Set Console Flowcontrol

    (configure)# set console flowcontrol none Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition This is a required parameter. Indicates either the lack of use of flow control, or that the software based xon/xoff...
  • Page 85: Set Console Initcmd

    PPP mode. Please read your modem’s reference literature to find the correct AT parameters. There are few configurations and Avaya recommended modems that do not require a modem initialization string. Definition...
  • Page 86: Set Console Parity

    (configure)# set console parity even Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 none. when it is configured in PPP mode. When the console serial port is configured in PPP mode, the parity value cannot be accepted or stored.
  • Page 87: Set Console Stopbits

    set console stopbits Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the serial console port stopbits to 1 or 2 bits wide. The default setting is Stopbits is not compatible with the serial console port configured in PPP mode. The stopbits parameter cannot be accepted or saved when the serial console port is configured as PPP mode.
  • Page 88: Set Console Transfer Ppp

    Syntax set console transfer ppp Sample Output The following example sets the console transfer ppp. (configure)# set console transfer ppp Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 89: Set Console Type

    set console type Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the console type to the indicated value - either tty or ppp. The default is tty. Syntax set console type {tty | ppp} Table 5-7. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {tty | ppp} Sample Output The following example sets the console type to tty.
  • Page 90: Show Console

    The following example displays the serial port configuration information. > show console Flow control: XON/XOFF Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 5-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Type: TTY Baudrate: 9600 bps Data bits: 8 Parity: None Stop bits: 1...
  • Page 91: Chapter 6 - Dns

    Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip domain-lookup ip name-server ip domain-list ip domain-name show host...
  • Page 92: Ip Domain-Lookup

    Enables DNS client. The no form of this command disables DNS client. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables DNS. (configure)# ip domain-lookup Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip domain-lookup no ip domain-lookup...
  • Page 93: Ip Name-Server

    ip name-server Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Adds a DNS server address. The no form of this command removes the DNS server address. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example adds the DNS server with an IP address of 210.120.87.90.
  • Page 94: Ip Domain-List

    Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example adds the name “avaya.com” to the DNS name list. (configure)# ip domain-list avaya.com Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip domain-list <name>...
  • Page 95: Ip Domain-Name

    Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example adds the name “avaya.com” to the DNS name list. (configure)# ip domain-name avaya.com Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 ip domain-name <domain-name>...
  • Page 96: Show Host

    Global Configuration. Description Displays the DNS domain configuration. Syntax show host Sample Output The following example displays the DNS configuration: (configure)# show host Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 97: Chapter 7 - Dvmrp

    DVMRP Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip dvmrp ip dvmrp interface type ip dvmrp interface-metric ip dvmrp min-route-flash-update ip dvmrp neighbor-probe-interval ip dvmrp neighbor-timeout ip dvmrp prune-message-lifetime...
  • Page 98: Ip Dvmrp

    To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables dvmrp on an interface. (config-if:boston)# ip dvmrp Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip dvmrp [no] ip dvmrp...
  • Page 99: Ip Dvmrp Interface-Metric

    ip dvmrp interface-metric Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Configures the DVMRP interface metric. The no form of this command restores the default, which is 1. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 7-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <intf-metric> Sample Output The following example configures the interface labeled “boston”...
  • Page 100: Ip Dvmrp Interface Type

    IPIPTunnel. (config-if:boston)# ip dvmrp interface type IPIPTunnel Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip dvmrp interface type {broadcast | nonEncapsulatedTunnel | IPIPTunnel} [no] ip dvmrp interface type Definition DVMRP interface type.
  • Page 101: Ip Dvmrp Min-Route-Flash-Update

    ip dvmrp min-route-flash-update Command Mode DVMRP Router Configuration. Description Sets the DVMRP minimum route flash update period. Use the no form of this command to return to the default value of 5. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 7-3. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <min-update- value>...
  • Page 102: Ip Dvmrp Neighbor-Probe-Interval

    (configure router:dvmrp)# ip dvmrp neighbor-probe-interval Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip dvmrp neighbor-probe-interval <neighbor-probe> [no] ip dvmrp neighbor-probe-interval Definition The DVMRP neighbor probe interval, which is measured in seconds.
  • Page 103: Ip Dvmrp Neighbor-Timeout

    ip dvmrp neighbor-timeout Command Mode DVMRP Router Configuration. Description Sets the DVMRP neighbor timeout interval. Use the no form of this command to return to the default value of 35 seconds. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 7-5. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <neighbor-timeout>...
  • Page 104: Ip Dvmrp Prune-Message-Lifetime

    (configure router:dvmrp)# ip dvmrp prune-message-lifetime 1500 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip dvmrp prune-message-lifetime <prune-lifetime> [no] ip dvmrp prune-message-lifetime Definition The DVMRP upstream prune message lifetime. The message lifetime is measured in seconds.
  • Page 105: Ip Dvmrp Remote-Tunnel-Address

    ip dvmrp remote-tunnel-address Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Configures the DVMRP remote-tunnel-address on an interface. The no form of this command restores the default, which is: no defined address. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 7-7. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <ip-addr>...
  • Page 106: Ip Dvmrp Route-Limit

    (configure router:dvmrp)# ip dvmrp route-limit 5500 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 7-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip dvmrp route-limit <route-limit> no ip dvmrp route-limit Definition The maximum number of routes allowed. The valid range is...
  • Page 107: Ip Dvmrp Stats-Reset

    ip dvmrp stats-reset Command Mode DVMRP Router Configuration. Description Resets the DVMRP global statistics. Syntax ip dvmrp stats-reset Sample Output The following example shows the command for IP DVMRP stats-reset. (configure router:dvmrp)# ip dvmrp stats-reset Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No.
  • Page 108: Ip Dvmrp Timers Basic

    (configure router:dvmrp)# ip dvmrp timers basic 35 75 145 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 7-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip dvmrp timers basic <rte-update> <rte-expire> <rte-holddown> [no] ip dvmrp timers basic Definition Configures the DVMRP route reporting interval.
  • Page 109: Ip Multicast Prune-Source

    ip multicast prune-source Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Configures the host address used in DVMRP prune packets forwarded on this interface. The no form of this command restores the default, which is host-addr. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 7-10. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name host-addr network-addr...
  • Page 110: Ip Multicast Ttl-Threshold

    (configure if:1)# ip multicast ttl-threshold 127 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 7-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip multicast ttl-threshold <ttl-thresh> [no] ip multicast ttl-threshold Definition Indicates the time to live threshold: The possible values are: •...
  • Page 111: Router Dvmrp

    router dvmrp Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables DVMRP routing globally on an interface. The no form of the command disables DVMRP routing. The default state is Enabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables DVMRP routing. (configure)# router dvmrp Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 112: Show Ip Dvmrp

    Global Statistics Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 7-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Neighbor probe interval: 10 Neighbor timeout interval: 35 Minimum flash update interval: 5 Maximum number of routes allowed: 7000...
  • Page 113: Show Ip Dvmrp Designated Forwarders

    show ip dvmrp designated forwarders Command Mode User. Description Displays all DVMRP designated forwarding routers for the source network address and address mask. Syntax show ip dvmrp designated forwarders <ip-addr> <mask> Table 7-12. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name designated forwarders Sample Output The following example displays the DVMRP designated forwarding routers for ip address 20.0.4.0 and mask 255.255.255.0.
  • Page 114: Show Ip Dvmrp Downstream Dependent Routers

    Neighbor supports MTRACE requests: No Neighbor is SNMP manageable: Yes Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 7-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Display DVMRP downstream dependency information. • <ip-addr> - The source network address IP address.
  • Page 115: Show Ip Dvmrp Forwarding Cache

    show ip dvmrp forwarding cache Command Mode User. Description Displays the DVMRP Multicast Forwarding Cache. Syntax show ip dvmrp forwarding cache Sample Output The following example displays the DVMRP Multicast Forwarding cache. > show ip dvmrp forwarding cache Destination group address: 225.0.0.100 Source subnetwork: 10.4.32.0 Source address mask: 255.255.255.0 Upstream interface: Accounting...
  • Page 116: Show Ip Dvmrp Interface

    Current neighbors on interface: 0 Interface metric: 1 Interface scope: 0 Invalid protocol message received: 0 Invalid route messages received: 0 Route messages transmitted: 13320 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 7-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 117: Show Ip Dvmrp Interface Neighbors

    show ip dvmrp interface neighbors Command Mode User. Description Displays all DVMRP neighbors on all DVMRP configured interfaces. Syntax show ip dvmrp interface neighbors Sample Output The following example displays all DVMRP neighbors on all of the configure DVMRP interfaces on the switch. >...
  • Page 118: Show Ip Dvmrp Routes

    Route metric: 3 Expiration period in (sec): 18 Source network and mask: 171.102.0.0/255.255.0.0 Local Interface: Hardware_Lab Local VLAN: VLAN 71 Route metric: 1 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 7-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 119: Chapter 8 - Hunt Groups

    Hunt Groups Overview This chapter describes: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set huntgroup set huntgroup auto-flush set huntgroup (redistribute) set huntgroup internal-error-shutdown show huntgroup show huntgroup detailed show huntgroup internal-error-config...
  • Page 120: Set Huntgroup

    The following example creates huntgroup hg1 and disables load-sharing. (configure)# set huntgroup hg1 load-sharing disable HuntGroup “hg1” created Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set huntgroup <huntgroup-name> [load-sharing {enable | disable}] clear huntgroup <huntgroup-name> Definition The unique string used to identify a huntgroup.
  • Page 121: Set Huntgroup Auto-Flush

    set huntgroup auto-flush Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables the auto flush feature for the ports participating in a hunt group. When you enable auto flush for a hunt group, all AFT entries that were learned on the hunt group are marked invalid if the links to all of the hunt group ports fail.
  • Page 122: Set Huntgroup (Redistribute)

    The following example redistributes huntgroup 1 (hg1). (configure)# set huntgroup hg1 redistribute HuntGroup “hg1” successfully redistributed Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The unique identifier of a huntgroup.
  • Page 123: Set Huntgroup Internal-Error-Shutdown

    set huntgroup internal-error-shutdown Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables internal-error-shutdown on the huntgroup. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables internal-error-shutdown on a huntgroup. (configure)# set huntgroup internal-error-shutdown enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No.
  • Page 124: Show Huntgroup

    The following example shows detailed huntgroup information. > show huntgroup 1 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the huntgroup to be displayed. Base- huntgroup nameHGID...
  • Page 125: Show Huntgroup Detailed

    show huntgroup detailed Command Mode User. Description Displays detailed information about all of the huntgroups configured on your switch. Syntax show huntgroup detailed Sample Output The following example shows detailed huntgroup information. > show huntgroup detailed Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No.
  • Page 126: Show Huntgroup Internal-Error-Config

    Sample Output The following example displays the status of internal-error-detection for the huntgroup. (configure)# show huntgroup internal-error-config HuntGroup internal-error-detection enabled Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 127: Chapter 9 - Igmp

    IGMP Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip igmp ip igmp max-groups ip igmp process-leaves ip igmp querier ip igmp querier-timeout ip igmp query-interval ip igmp query-max-response-time...
  • Page 128: Ip Igmp

    To Enable: To Disable: Syntax The following example enables igmp on the interface labeled “boston” (config-if:boston)# ip igmp Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip igmp [no] ip igmp...
  • Page 129: Ip Igmp Max-Groups

    ip igmp max-groups Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the maximum number of IGMP groups on an interface. The no form of this command restores the default value, which is 32 groups. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 9-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <number>...
  • Page 130: Ip Igmp Process-Leaves

    The following example enables the processing of leave requests on interface labelled boston. (config-if:boston)# ip igmp process-leaves 1 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip igmp process-leaves 1 ip igmp process-leaves 0...
  • Page 131: Ip Igmp Querier

    ip igmp querier Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Enables IGMP querier on an interface on a router. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables IGMP querier on interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston)# ip igmp querier 1 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 132: Ip Igmp Querier-Timeout

    “boston” to 250 seconds. (config-if:boston)# ip igmp querier-timeout 250 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip igmp querier-timeout <nbr-qry> [no] ip igmp querier-timeout Definition The neighbor group querier timeout in seconds.
  • Page 133: Ip Igmp Query-Interval

    ip igmp query-interval Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Configures the frequency at which the router sends IGMP host-query messages. The no form of this command restores the default value of 125 seconds. Syntax To Configure To Restore Default: Table 9-3. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <req- intvl>...
  • Page 134: Ip Igmp Query-Max-Response-Time

    IGMP queries on interface labeled “boston” to 25 seconds. (config-if:boston)# ip igmp query-max-response-time 25 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip igmp query-max-response-time <max-rsp-intvl> [no] ip igmp query-max-response-time Definition The maximum response time advertised in IGMP queries.
  • Page 135: Ip Igmp Query-Timeout

    ip igmp query-timeout Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the time that needs to elapse from the time the last query was heard before this router takes over as a designated querier for the interface. The no form of this command restores the default value of 255 seconds. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default:...
  • Page 136: Ip Igmp Robustness

    (config-if:boston)# ip igmp robustness 100 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 9-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip igmp robustness <robustness> [no] ip igmp robustness Definition IGMP robustness variable. The valid range is 1 to 65,535. The...
  • Page 137: Ip Igmp Version

    ip igmp version Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Configures which IGMP version the router will use. Use the no form of this command to restore the default value of 2. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Sample Output The following example configures the router on an interface labeled “boston”...
  • Page 138: Ip Mtrace

    To Disable: Sample Output The following example configures IP mtrace capability on the router. > ip mtrace Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 9-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip mtrace no ip mtrace...
  • Page 139: Mtrace

    mtrace Command Mode Privileged. Description Traces the path from a source to a destination branch for a multicast distribution tree. The trace follows the multicast path from the destination to the source by passing an mtrace request packet to each hop. The responses are unicast to the querying router by the first hop router to the source.
  • Page 140: Router Igmp

    To Disable: Sample Output The following example globally disables IGMP on the switch. (configure)# no router igmp Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 9-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 router igmp [no] router igmp...
  • Page 141: Show Ip Igmp Groups

    show ip igmp groups Command Mode User. Description Displays multicast groups, learned but this router via IGMP. Syntax show ip igmp groups Sample Output The following example displays multicast groups learned by this router via IGMP. > show ip igmp groups GROUP<s>...
  • Page 142: Show Ip Igmp Interface

    > show ip igmp interface Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 9-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 30net is down Internet address is 30.30.1.0 Subnet Mask is 255.255.0.0 IGMP is enabled on interface?: TRUE...
  • Page 143: Show Ip Igmp Statistics

    show ip igmp statistics Command Mode User. Description Displays IGMP statistics for all interfaces. Syntax show ip igmp statistics Sample Output The following example displays IGMP statistics for all of the interfaces configured on the switch. > show ip igmp statistics Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 144 Chapter 9 9-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 145: Chapter 10 - Intelligent Multicast

    Intelligent Multicast Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 clear cgmp statistics clear igmp-snooping statistics clear intelligent-multicast client-port clear intelligent-multicast router-port clear intelligent-multicast session clear intelligent-multicast static-client-port clear intelligent-multicast static-session...
  • Page 146 Chapter 10 10-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set lgmp server set lgmp server priority set lgmp server proxy set lgmp server router-report-time set lgmp server robust-variable show cgmp statistics show igmp-snooping statistics...
  • Page 147: Clear Cgmp Statistics

    clear cgmp statistics Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Clears CGMP snooping statistics. Syntax clear cgmp statistics Sample Output The following example clears cgmp snooping statistics. (configure)# clear cgmp statistics Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Intelligent Multicast 10-3...
  • Page 148: Clear Igmp-Snooping Statistics

    Clears IGMP snooping statistics. Syntax clear igmp-snooping statistics Sample Output The following example clears igmp snooping statistics. (configure)# clear igmp snooping statistics Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 149: Clear Intelligent-Multicast Client-Port

    clear intelligent-multicast client-port Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Removes the specified learned client ports from an Intelligent Multicast session. Syntax clear intelligent-multicast client-port <session-id> port <port> Table 10-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <session-id> <port> Sample Output The following example removes learned client ports from Intelligent Multicast session 3.
  • Page 150: Clear Intelligent-Multicast Router-Port

    Multicast Router Port successfully removed Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 configured with vlan all then you must clear it with vlan all. Definition • all - All VLANs •...
  • Page 151: Clear Intelligent-Multicast Session

    clear intelligent-multicast session Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Removes the specified learned session from Intelligent Multicast. * Note: You cannot use this command to remove static multicast Syntax clear intelligent-multicast session <session-id> Table 10-3. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <session-id> Sample Output The following example clears an Intelligent Multicast session.
  • Page 152: Clear Intelligent-Multicast Static-Client-Port

    Multicast Client successfully destroyed Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The IP address of the multicast group for which the session was created. The MAC address associated with the Intelligent Multicast session.
  • Page 153: Clear Intelligent-Multicast Static-Session

    clear intelligent-multicast static-session Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Removes manually created Intelligent Multicast sessions. Syntax clear intelligent-multicast static-session {<group-address> | mac-address <mac-address>} vlan {all | <vlan-id> | name <vlan-name>} Table 10-5. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <group-address> <mac-address> vlan Sample Output The following example clears an intelligent-multicast static session.
  • Page 154: Clear Lgmp Client Statistics

    Global statistics cleared Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The keyword for per VLAN commands. • all - All VLANs • vlan-id - The numerical ID of a specific VLAN.
  • Page 155: Clear Lgmp Server Statistics

    clear lgmp server statistics Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Clears the LGMP server global or per VLAN statistics. Excluding parameters clears the global counters that represent all LGMP servers. Syntax clear lgmp server statistics [vlan {all | <vlan-id> | name <vlan-name>}] Table 10-7.
  • Page 156: Set Cgmp

    To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables cgmp. (configure)# set cgmp enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set cgmp enable set cgmp disable...
  • Page 157: Set Igmp-Snooping

    set igmp-snooping Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables IGMP snooping. The default state of IGMP snooping is disabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables IGMP snooping. (configure)# set igmp-snooping enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No.
  • Page 158: Set Intelligent-Multicast

    To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables Intelligent Multicasting. (configure)# set intelligent-multicast enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set intelligent-multicast enable set intelligent-multicast disable...
  • Page 159: Set Intelligent-Multicast Client-Leave-Processing

    set intelligent-multicast client-leave-processing Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Configures processing of client port leave messages. The default state of this command is disabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables the processing of intelligent-multicast client-leave-processing messages. (configure)# set intelligent-multicast client-leave-processing enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 160: Set Intelligent-Multicast Client-Port-Pruning

    (configure)# set intelligent-multicast client-port-pruning enable Client Port Pruning State successfully set to enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set intelligent-multicast client-port-pruning enable set intelligent-multicast client-port-pruning disable...
  • Page 161: Set Intelligent-Multicast Client-Port-Pruning Time

    set intelligent-multicast client-port-pruning time Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the time interval after which a client port will be removed from a session if no IGMP reports have been heard. The valid range is from 1 minute to 1440 minutes 24 hours). Default time is 60 minutes.
  • Page 162: Set Intelligent-Multicast Router-Port

    Multicast Router Port successfully added Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The keyword for per VLAN commands. • all - All VLANS. • vlan-id - The numerical ID of a specific VLAN.
  • Page 163: Set Intelligent-Multicast Router-Port-Pruning

    set intelligent-multicast router-port-pruning Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables automatic router port pruning. The default state is enabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example disables router port pruning. (configure)# set intelligent-multicast router-port-pruning disable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 164: Set Intelligent-Multicast Router-Port-Pruning Time

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The number of seconds that a dynamic Intelligent Multicast Router Port must be inactive before it is pruned by the Intelligent Multicast functionality.
  • Page 165: Set Intelligent-Multicast Session-Pruning

    set intelligent-multicast session-pruning Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables session pruning for Intelligent Multicasting. Intelligent multicast session pruning will remove any multicast session from configuration that has been determined to be inactive for a specified amount of time. By default, Intelligent Multicast session pruning is enabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable:...
  • Page 166: Set Intelligent-Multicast Session-Pruning Time

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The number of seconds that a dynamic Intelligent Multicast Session must be inactive before it is pruned by the Intelligent Multicast functionality.
  • Page 167: Set Intelligent-Multicast Static-Client-Port

    set intelligent-multicast static-client-port Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Adds a client port to a static Intelligent Multicast session. Syntax set intelligent-multicast static-client-port {<group-address> | mac-address <mac-address>} vlan {all | <vlan-id> | name <vlan-name>} port <mod- port-spec> Table 10-12. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <group-address>...
  • Page 168: Set Intelligent-Multicast Static-Session

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The multicast IP address of the multicast session. The multicast MAC address of the non-IP multicast session.
  • Page 169: Set Lgmp Client

    set lgmp client Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables the LGMP client functionality. The default state is disabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables lgmp client. (configure)# set lgmp client enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No.
  • Page 170: Set Lgmp Server

    Sample Output The following example disables lgmp server (configure)# set lgmp server disable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-26 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set lgmp server enable set lgmp server disable...
  • Page 171: Set Lgmp Server Priority

    set lgmp server priority Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the LGMP server ID priority. Excluding the parameter sets the priority to its default of 128. Syntax set lgmp server priority [<server-priority>] Table 10-14. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <server-priority> Sample Output The following example sets the LGMP server priority to 140.
  • Page 172: Set Lgmp Server Proxy

    (configure)# set lgmp server proxy enable LGMP Server Proxy Mode successfully set to enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-28 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set lgmp server proxy enable set lgmp server proxy disable...
  • Page 173: Set Lgmp Server Router-Report-Time

    set lgmp server router-report-time Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the LGMP server router report time. Omitting the parameter sets the router report time to its default time of 125 seconds. Syntax set lgmp server router-report-time [<rrt-seconds>] Table 10-15. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <rrt-seconds>...
  • Page 174: Set Lgmp Server Robust-Variable

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-30 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The robustness variable that defines the scalar used to calculate the timeout for an LGMP server non-distributor to become a distributor.
  • Page 175: Show Cgmp Statistics

    show cgmp statistics Command Mode User. Description Displays CGMP-related statistics. Syntax show cgmp statistics [detailed] Table 10-17. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name [detailed] Sample Output The following example displays cgmp statistics: > show cgmp statistics CGMP Snooping is currently disabled. CGMP Packet Reception Stats =========================== Join Messages Received ----------- 0 Leave Messages Received ---------- 0...
  • Page 176: Show Igmp-Snooping Statistics

    New Sessions Created Sessions Destroyed New Client Ports Added New Router Ports Added Router Ports Removed Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-32 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Display detailed igmp-snooping statistics.
  • Page 177: Show Intelligent-Multicast Client-Port

    show intelligent-multicast client-port Command Mode User. Description Displays current client ports that are assigned to a particular session. Syntax show intelligent-multicast client-port <session-id> Table 10-19. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <session-id> Sample Output The following example displays the ports that are configured for Intelligent Multicasting on multicast session 4.
  • Page 178: Show Intelligent-Multicast Configuration

    Automatic Router Port Pruning: Automatic Session Pruning: Automatic Client Pruning: Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-34 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Enable State: Enable Time : 120 Seconds Enable State: Enable Time...
  • Page 179: Show Intelligent-Multicast Router-Port

    show intelligent-multicast router-port Command Mode User. Description Displays the Intelligent Multicast router ports. Syntax show intelligent-multicast router-port Sample Output The following example displays the router ports that are configured for Intelligent Multicast. > show intelligent-multicast router-port IM Router VLAN Port Name Applications --------- ---- --------- -------------- Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 180: Show Intelligent-Multicast Session

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-36 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition <vlan-id> is the VLAN ID of the session(s) to display. <vlan-name> - The name of the VLAN of the session(s) to display.
  • Page 181: Show Intelligent-Multicast Static-Client

    show intelligent-multicast static-client Command Mode User. Description Displays all statically configured client ports for a given Intelligent Multicast session. * Note: If a static session is created with vlan all, then you must specify Syntax show intelligent-multicast static-client {<group-address> | mac-address <mac-address>} vlan {all | <vlan-id>...
  • Page 182: Show Intelligent-Multicast Static-Session

    > show intelligent-multicast static-session VLAN ----- ----------------- ----------- ----------- Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-38 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 MAC Address IP Address 01:00:5E:01:01:02 225.1.1.2 01:00:5E:01:04:05 225.1.4.5 01:00:5E:00:00:09 226.0.0.9 # Clients...
  • Page 183: Show Lgmp Client

    show lgmp client Command Mode User. Description Displays current LGMP client configuration information or statistics. Omitting parameters after the statistics keyword displays global LGMP client statistics. Syntax show lgmp client {config | statistics [vlan {all | <vlan-id> | name <vlan- name>}]} Table 10-22.
  • Page 184: Show Lgmp Server

    Router Ports Removed ------------- 0 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 10-40 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition LGMP server configuration or statistics. Displays the current configuration or current statistics. The keyword for per VLAN commands.
  • Page 185: Overview

    Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 arp timeout clear arp-cache clear ip route clear tcp interface ip address ip admin-state ip bootp-dhcp agent-info ip bootp-dhcp circuit-info ip bootp-dhcp relay...
  • Page 186 Chapter 11 11-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip irdp multicast ip irdp preference ip mac-format ip max-arp-entries ip max-route-entries ip multicast-routing ip name-server ip netbios-rebroadcast ip netmask-format ip proxy-arp ip proxy-arp-default-route ip proxy-arp-limit...
  • Page 187 show ip irdp show ip redistribute show ip route show ip route summary show ip short-lived show ip traffic show tcp configuration show tcp connections show tcp statistics show udp statistics Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 11-3...
  • Page 188: Arp

    (configure)# arp 10.10.10.1 00:01:0D:00:35:45 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 arp <ip-address> <hw-addr> [no] arp <ip-address> <hw-addr> Definition IP address, in dotted decimal format, of the local data link.
  • Page 189: Arp Timeout

    arp timeout Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Configures the amount of time that an entry remains in the ARP cache on an interface. The no form of this command restores the default value. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 11-2. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <seconds>...
  • Page 190: Clear Arp-Cache

    Deletes all dynamic entries from the ARP cache. Syntax clear arp-cache Sample Output The following example clears all dynamic entries from the ARP cache: (configure)# clear arp-cache Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 191: Clear Ip Route

    clear ip route Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Deletes routes from the IP routing table. Syntax clear ip route {<network> [<mask>] | *} Table 11-3. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <network> [<mask>] Sample Output The following example deletes ip routes from the network with an IP address of 10.10.10.0 and the mask of 255.255.0.0, (configure)# clear ip route 10.10.10.0 255.255.0.0 Systems...
  • Page 192: Clear Tcp

    <remote-ip-address> <remote-tcp port> Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Ends all TCP sessions on the switch. Ends a specific TCP session on the local switch. The local IP address for which you want to end the TCP session.
  • Page 193: Interface

    NBMA interfaces make it possible for the switch to exchange routing information over nonbridged connections (routed virtual switch ports (VSPs)) NBMA functionality was added to RIP and OSPF routing protocols on the Avaya Multiservice switch software Sets the interface to be an ethernet LAN interface. 11-9...
  • Page 194: Ip Address

    (config-if:boston)# ip address 170.180.5.33 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip address <ip-address> <mask> no ip address <ip-address> <mask> Definition The IP address assigned to the interface.
  • Page 195: Ip Admin-State

    ip admin-state Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the administrative state of an IP interface. The default state is up. Syntax ip admin-state {up | down} Table 11-7. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {up | down} Sample Output The following example sets the administrative state of an interface labeled “boston”...
  • Page 196: Ip Bootp-Dhcp Agent-Info

    To Disable: Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 to be a BOOTP/DHCP relay agent. Use the command to enable BOOTP/DHCP relay agent on the switch. ip bootp-dhcp agent-info...
  • Page 197: Ip Bootp-Dhcp Circuit-Info

    ip bootp-dhcp circuit-info Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables BOOTP/DHCP option 82, suboption 1 (circuitID). The no command disables option 82, suboption 1. This suboption identifies the slot and physical port number from which the DHCP request was received. The default setting is disabled. * Note: Before you enter this command, make sure that the switch is set Syntax To Enable:...
  • Page 198: Ip Bootp-Dhcp Relay

    The no command disables relaying BOOTP and DHCP service to the BOOTP/DHCP server. The default setting is disabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip bootp-dhcp relay no ip bootp-dhcp relay...
  • Page 199: Ip Bootp-Dhcp Server

    ip bootp-dhcp server Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Adds a BOOTP/DHCP server entry. The no command removes the BOOTP/DHCP server entry. When you add a BOOTP/DHCP server entry, the switch serves as a BOOTP/DHCP relay agent between the BOOTP/DHCP server and the requesting client.
  • Page 200: Ip Default-Gateway

    The following example defines the router at address 128.88.84.34 as the default gateway. (configure)# ip default-gateway 128.88.84.34 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip default-gateway <ip-address> [no] ip default-gateway <ip-address> Definition IP address of the router.
  • Page 201: Ip Directed Broadcast

    ip directed broadcast Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description When the IP Directed-Broadcast feature is enabled, it allows a net-directed broadcast (unicast IP address with the host ID set to all ones) to be forwarded by the router on the selected interface. The default setting is enabled.
  • Page 202: Ip Domain-List

    Syntax To Add: To Remove: Sample Output The following example adds the name “avaya.com” to the DNS name list. (configure)# ip domain-list avaya.com Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip domain-list <name>...
  • Page 203: Ip Domain-Lookup

    ip domain-lookup Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables DNS client. The no form of this command disables DNS client. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables DNS. (configure)# ip domain-lookup Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No.
  • Page 204: Ip Domain-Name

    Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example adds the name “avaya.com” to the DNS name list. (configure)# ip domain-name avaya.com Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip domain-name <domain-name>...
  • Page 205: Ip Http

    ip http Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables HTTP and changes the port number for HTTP. Valid port numbers are 80 or a port number from 9000 through 65535. The default setting is port 80. Once you change the TCP port number for HTTP, only users who know the new port number can access the Web Agent.
  • Page 206: Ip Irdp

    To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables IRDP on IP Interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston)# ip irdp Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip irdp no ip irdp...
  • Page 207: Ip Irdp Holdtime

    ip irdp holdtime Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the length of time, in seconds, that advertisements are held valid. The holdtime value must be greater than the maxadvertinterval value and cannot be greater than 9000 seconds. The range is 5 - 9000 seconds. The default is 1800 seconds.
  • Page 208: Irdp Maxadvertinterval

    Name <irdpMaxTimer> Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip irdp maxadvertinterval <irdpMaxTimer> no ip irdp maxadvertinterval Definition Maximum interval in seconds between advertisements. The range is 4 - 1800 seconds. The default value is 600 seconds.
  • Page 209: Ip Irdp Minadverinterval

    ip irdp minadverinterval Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the minimum interval in seconds between advertisements. The range is 3 to 1799 seconds. The default setting is 450 seconds. Changing the maxadvertinterval value automatically changes the minadvertinterval value to three-quarters of the new value. The no command restores the default setting.
  • Page 210: Ip Irdp Multicast

    The no command forces the interface to use the IP broadcast address. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-26 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip irdp multicast no ip irdp multicast...
  • Page 211: Ip Irdp Preference

    ip irdp preference Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the preference of the address as a default router address, relative to other router addresses on the same subnet. The minimum value (80000000 hex) is used to indicate that the address should not be used by neighboring hosts as a default router address, even though it may be advertised.
  • Page 212: Ip Mac-Format

    (config-if:boston)# ip mac-format snap Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-28 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip mac-format {ethv2 | snap} no ip mac-format {ethv2 | snap} Definition Set the MAC format of the IP interface to either ethv2, which...
  • Page 213: Ip Max-Arp-Entries

    ip max-arp-entries Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Specifies the maximum number of ARP cache entries allowed in the ARP cache. The default maximum number of entries is 16,384. The no command restores the default setting. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 11-16.
  • Page 214: Ip Max-Route-Entries

    (configure)# ip max-route-entries 50 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-30 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip max-route-entries <value> no ip max-route-entries Definition The space that is available for the IP address table. When you increase the number of entries, it may cause the table to be relearned more frequently, thus increasing address space.
  • Page 215: Ip Multicast-Routing

    ip multicast-routing Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Globally enables IP multicast routing. IP multicast routing must be enabled to configure IGMP or DVMRP. The no form of this command disables IP multicast routing. The default state is disabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables IP multicast routing.
  • Page 216: Ip Name-Server

    The following example adds the DNS address 210.120.87.90. (configure)# ip name-server 210.120.87.90 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-32 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip name-server <ip address> no ip name-server <ip address>...
  • Page 217: Ip Netbios-Rebroadcast

    ip netbios-rebroadcast Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Enables NETBIOS rebroadcasts on an interface. The no form of this command disables NETBIOS rebroadcasts on an interface (default). Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 11-18. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {both | inbound | outbound | disable} Sample Output The following example enables NETBIOS rebroadcasts and accepts only...
  • Page 218: Ip Netmask-Format

    The following example displays netmasks in bitcount format. (configure)# ip netmask-format bitcount Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-34 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip netmask-format {bitcount | decimal | hexadecimal} no ip netmask-format Definition The keywords are: •...
  • Page 219: Ip Proxy-Arp

    ip proxy-arp Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Enables proxy ARP on an interface. The no form of this command disables proxy ARP on an interface. The default state is disabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example disables proxy ARP on IP interface Boston. (config-if:boston)# no ip proxy arp Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 220: Ip Proxy-Arp-Default-Route

    Sample Output The following example enables use of the default route for proxy ARPs. (configure)# ip proxy-arp-default-route Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-36 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip proxy-arp-default-route no ip proxy-arp-default-route...
  • Page 221: Ip Proxy-Arp-Limit

    ip proxy-arp-limit Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables proxy ARP. When enabled, the router only responds to ARP requests when the source and target IP address are in the same IP network and different IP subnets. When disabled, the router only responds to ARP requests when the source and target IP address are in different networks.
  • Page 222: Ip Redirects

    The following example enables the sending of redirect messages on interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston)# ip redirects Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-38 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip redirects [no] ip redirects...
  • Page 223: Ip Reset-Stats

    ip reset-stats Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Resets the IP statistics. Syntax ip reset-stats Sample Output The following example resets the IP statistics. (configure)# ip reset-stats Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 11-39...
  • Page 224: Ip Route

    <next-hop> null 0 <cost> [{high | low}] 11-40 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 route <route-addr> <mask> {<next-hop> | null 0} <cost> [{high | low}] no ip route <route-addr> <mask> Definition IP address of the static route.
  • Page 225 Sample Output The following example establishes a static route on ip address 10.10.10.1, mask 255.255.0.0 with a next hop address of 10.15.1.1 and a low path cost. (configure)# ip route 10.10.10.1 255.255.0.0 10.15.1.1 low Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 11-41...
  • Page 226: Ip Route-Preference

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-42 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip route-preference {local | rip | ospf-intra | ospf-inter | ospf-extra | static-hp | static-lp <value> [no] ip route-preference {local | rip | ospf-intra | ospf-...
  • Page 227: Ip Routing

    ip routing Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables IP routing. The no form of this command disables IP routing. The default state is enabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables IP routing. (configure)# ip routing Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 228: Ip Routing-Mode

    “boston”. (config-if:boston)# ip routing-mode MGMT_ONLY Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-44 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip routing-mode {RT_MGMT | RT_ONLY | MGMT_ONLY} no ip routing-mode Definition • Routing/Mgmt - IP routing is enabled on the...
  • Page 229: Ip Short-Lived

    ip short-lived Command Mode Global Configuration Description Enables a filter for a short-lived IP protocol. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 11-23. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Keyword, Argument, or Option {tcp | udp} <port> Sample Output To send all SNMP packets to supervisor module for slow path routing, enter the following command: (configure)# ip short-lived udp 161 To send all BOOTP and DHCP packets to the supervisor for slow path...
  • Page 230: Ip Source-Route

    The following example specifies that the router discards IP datagrams with source-routing header options. (configure)# no ip source-route Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-46 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip source-route no ip source-route...
  • Page 231: Ip Telnet Inactivity-Period

    ip telnet inactivity-period Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the IP telnet inactivity period. Specifies how many seconds a telnet session is to remain open with no activity. The default is 900 seconds, or 15 minutes. The no command restores the default setting. Setting this command to 0 disables the timer so that sessions never close because of inactivity.
  • Page 232: Ip Telnet

    TCP Telnet listening port was changed successfully to 9998 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-48 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip telnet {port [<tcp-new-port>] [enable] | [enable]} no ip telnet Definition The TCP port number that you want to use for Telnet requests.
  • Page 233: Ip Vlan

    ip vlan Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Specifies the VLAN on which an IP interface resides. The no form of this command sets the IP interface to the Discard vlan. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 11-26. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <vlan-id>...
  • Page 234: Ping

    Ping of 192.168.0.115 completed: 5 OK, 0 Failed Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-50 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition IP address of the target system. The number of ping attempts you want to perform with this operation.
  • Page 235: Redistribute

    redistribute Command Mode Router Configuration (RIP or OSPF). Description Creates an IP redistribute list entry. IP redistribute list entries control the distribution of static, local, or dynamically learned routes from one protocol to another protocol. Route redistribution is supported only by dynamic routing protocols, such as RIP and OSPF.
  • Page 236 Systems P580 and P882. 11-52 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Redistributes OSPF routes to RIP. You must be in RIP Router Configuration mode to enter this keyword. Redistributes RIP routes to OSPF. You must be in OSPF Router Configuration mode to enter this keyword.
  • Page 237: Show Arp

    show arp Command Mode User. Description Displays the ARP cache. Syntax show arp [<ip-addr>] [<if-name>] [static] Table 11-29. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <ip-addr> <if-name> [static] Sample Output The following example displays the ARP cache entry for IP address 122.100.0.17. > show arp 122.100.0.17 -------------- 122.100.0.17 Systems...
  • Page 238: Show Hosts

    Description Displays DNS Client information. Syntax show hosts Sample Output The following command displays the DNS Client information. > show hosts Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-54 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 239: Show Ip Arp

    show ip arp Command Mode User. Description Displays the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache. Syntax show ip arp [<ip-addr>] [<if-name>] [static] Table 11-30. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <ip-addr> <if-name> [static] Sample Output The following example displays the ARP cache entry for IP address 122.100.0.17.
  • Page 240: Show Ip Interface

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-56 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the interface whose information you want to display. On Ethernet Console, is up Internet address is 192.168.0.115, subnet...
  • Page 241: Show Ip Irdp

    show ip irdp Command Mode User. Description Displays ICMP Router Discovery Protocol (IRDP) configuration. Syntax show ip irdp [<interface-name>] Table 11-32. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <interface-name> Sample Output The following example displays the IRDP configuration on the switch. > show ip irdp Router# show ip irdp Console has ICMP Router Discovery Protocol enabled.
  • Page 242: Show Ip Redistribute

    Sample Output redistribute ospf route into rip redistribute static route into rip redistribute local route into rip using access-list 1 Systems P580 and P882. 11-58 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 243: Document No. 10-300090, Issue

    show ip route Command Mode User Description Displays information about the IP unicast routing table. Syntax show ip route [{rip | ospf | local | unknown | static}] [<ip-addr>] [<if- name>] Table 11-33. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name ospf local unknown static <ip-addr>...
  • Page 244: Show Ip Route Summary

    Sample Output IP Route Summary: Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-60 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Current number of routes: 3 Peak number of routes Total routes added Total routes deleted RIP route changes...
  • Page 245: Show Ip Short-Lived

    show ip short-lived Command Mode Global Configuration Description Displays the short-lived IP protocol filters that are currently enabled. Syntax show ip short-lived Sample Output After you enter the show ip short-lived command, the switch displays the filters that are currently enabled. For example: ip short-lived tcp 112 ip short-lived udp 53 ip short-lived udp 123...
  • Page 246: Show Ip Traffic

    0 time exceeded UDP statistics: TCP statistics: Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-62 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Received: 115972 total, 0 packet header errors, 0 with address errors, Device is a gateway...
  • Page 247: Show Tcp Configuration

    show tcp configuration Command Mode User. Description Displays the current TCP port settings for Telnet and HTTP. Syntax show tcp configuration Sample Output The following example displays the current TCP port settings for Telnet and HTTP: > show tcp configuration Telnet port: 9998 HTTP port: 9999 Systems...
  • Page 248: Show Tcp Connections

    Chapter 11 show tcp connections Command Mode User. Description Displays a list of open TCP connections. Syntax show tcp connections Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-64 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 249: Show Tcp Statistics

    show tcp statistics Command Mode User. Description Displays TCP connection statistics. Syntax show tcp statistics Sample Output TCP statistics Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Retransmit timeout algorithm Retransmit timeout minimum Retransmit timeout maximum (millisecs) Maximum num of connections Number of Active opens Number of Passive opens...
  • Page 250: Show Udp Statistics

    Sample Output UDP statistics Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 11-66 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Total datagrams received Datagrams without ports Datagrams in error Total Datagrams sent : 10722...
  • Page 251: Chapter 12 - Ip-Rip

    IP-RIP Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 default-metric ip rip authentication key ip rip authentication mode ip rip default-route-mode ip rip poison-reverse ip rip receive version ip rip send version...
  • Page 252: Default-Metric

    (config-if:boston)# default-metric 10 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 12-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 default-metric <metric> no default-metric Definition The default RIP route metric value. The range is 0 to 15. The...
  • Page 253: Ip Rip Authentication Key

    ip rip authentication key Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the authentication password used on the interface. The no form of this command clears the password. Syntax To Configure: To Clear: Table 12-2. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <password> Sample Output The following example sets the authentication string used on interface labeled “boston”...
  • Page 254: Ip Rip Authentication Mode

    (config-if:boston)# ip rip authentication mode md5 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 12-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip rip authentication mode {simple | md5 | none} no ip rip authentication mode Definition The authentication type used in RIP Version 2 packets.
  • Page 255: Ip Rip Default-Route-Mode

    ip rip default-route-mode Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the RIP default route characteristics. The no form of this command disables the default route characteristics. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 12-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {talk-only| listen-only| talk-listen | disable} Sample Output The following example sets the RIP default route characteristics for interface labeled “boston”...
  • Page 256: Ip Rip Poison-Reverse

    The following example enables split-horizon with poison reverse on interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston)# ip rip poison-reverse Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 12-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip rip poison-reverse no ip rip poison-reverse...
  • Page 257: Ip Rip Receive Version

    ip rip receive version Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Specifies a RIP version to receive on an interface basis. Use the no form of this command to restore the default setting of RIP Version 1. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 12-5.
  • Page 258: Ip Rip Send Version

    (config-if:boston)# ip rip send version 2 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 12-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip rip send version [1] [2] no ip rip send version Definition The version of the RIP packets sent out the interface.
  • Page 259: Ip Rip Send-Receive-Mode

    ip rip send-receive-mode Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the RIP Send and Receive mode on an interface. The default state is talk-listen. Syntax ip rip send-receive-mode {talk-only | listen-only | talk-listen} Table 12-7. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {talk-only | listen-only | talk-listen} Sample Output The following example sets rip send-receive mode on the interface labeled...
  • Page 260: Network

    (configure router:rip)# network 111.0.4.5 0.255.255.255 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 12-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 network <ip-addr> [<wildcard-mask>] no network <ip-addr> [<wildcard-mask>] Definition IP address of the network of directly connected networks.
  • Page 261: Output-Delay

    output-delay Command Mode RIP Router Configuration. Description Specifies the interpacket delay for RIP updates. The no form of this command removes a delay definition. The default delay time is 1 second. Syntax To Configure: To Disable: Table 12-9. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <delay>...
  • Page 262: Router Rip

    To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables RIP on the switch. (configure)# router rip Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 12-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 router rip no router rip...
  • Page 263: Timers Basic

    timers basic Command Mode RIP Router Configuration. Description Adjusts RIP network timers. The no form of this command restores the default timers. The default for the update timer is 30 seconds, and the invalid time default is 120 seconds. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 12-10.
  • Page 264: Triggered Updates

    To Disable: Sample Output The following example globally enables the triggered updates function. (configure router:rip)# triggered updates Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 12-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 triggered updates no triggered updates...
  • Page 265: Show Ip Rip Statistics

    show ip rip statistics Command Mode User. Description Displays RIP interface statistics. Syntax show ip rip statistics Sample Output The following example displays IP interface statistics on interface 3. > show ip rip statistics intf3 10.0.3.45 State is DOWN Triggered Updates Sent0 Un-triggered Updates Sent0 Updates Received0 Bad Packets Received0...
  • Page 266 Chapter 12 12-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 267: Chapter 13 - Ipx

    Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 clear ipx route clear ipx service ipx advertise-default-route-only ipx default-route ipx delay ipx down ipx gns-reply-disable ipx gns-response-delay ipx network ipx output-rip-delay...
  • Page 268 Chapter 13 13-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx sap-network-filter ipx send-receive-mode ipx send-triggered-updates ipx service ipx type-20-propagation ipx update interval ipx vlan show ipx cache show ipx interface show ipx rip statistics...
  • Page 269: Clear Ipx Route

    clear ipx route Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Deletes routes from the IPX routing table. This command only deletes routes learned via the RIP routing protocol. Static and local routes cannot be deleted using this command. Syntax clear ipx route {<network> | default | *} Table 13-1.
  • Page 270: Clear Ipx Service

    (configure)# clear ipx service * Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Delete services learned via the SAP protocol from the IPX service table. • service-type -The type number of the service.
  • Page 271: Ipx Advertise-Default-Route-Only

    ipx advertise-default-route-only Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Advertises only the default RIP route. The no form of this command advertises all known routes out the interface. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example advertises only the default RIP route configured on an interface labeled “boston”.
  • Page 272: Ipx Default-Route

    The following example forwards all packets to the ipx default route if the route is unknown: (configure)# ipx default-route Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx default-route [no] ipx default-route...
  • Page 273: Ipx Delay

    ipx delay Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the ticks for an IPX interface. The no form of this command restores the system default, which is 1 tick. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 13-3. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <ticks>...
  • Page 274: Ipx Down

    The following example shuts down the IPX network on the interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston)# ipx down Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx down [no] ipx down...
  • Page 275: Ipx Gns-Reply-Disable

    ipx gns-reply-disable Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Disables the sending of replies to IPX Get Nearest Server (GNS) queries. The no form restores the default state of enabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example disables the sending of replies to the IPX GNS on an interface labeled “boston”.
  • Page 276: Ipx Gns-Response-Delay

    IPX GNS requests to 200 milliseconds. (config-if:boston)# ipx gns-response-delay 200 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx gns-response-delay <milliseconds> [no] ipx gns-response-delay Definition The time, in milliseconds, that the switch waits after receiving a GNS request from an IPX client before responding with a server name to that client.
  • Page 277: Ipx Network

    ipx network Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Enable IPX on a particular interface and select the network number and type of encapsulation (optional). The no form of this command disables IPX routing. The IPX routing default is disabled, and the default encapsulation type is arpa.
  • Page 278 The following example enables IPX routing on network 2 on an interface labeled “boston” and sets encapsulation to SNAP. (config-if:boston)# ipx network 2 encapsulation snap Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 279: Ipx Output-Rip-Delay

    ipx output-rip-delay Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the interpacket delay for RIP updates sent on a single interface. The no form of this command results in no interpacket delay. The default state is enabled, which is a 55-millisecond delay. Syntax To Enable: To Disable:...
  • Page 280: Ipx Output-Sap-Delay

    The following example sets the interpacket delay for SAP on an interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston)# ipx output-sap-delay Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx output-sap-delay [no] ipx output-sap-delay...
  • Page 281: Ipx Rip

    ipx rip Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Enables IPX RIP on an interface. The no form of this command disables IPX RIP on the interface. The default interface setting is IPX RIP enabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables IPX RIP on an interface labeled “boston”.
  • Page 282: Ipx Rip-Filter

    {outbound | inbound | both} {filter | allow} 13-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx rip-filter <precedence> <start-network> <end- network> {outbound | inbound | both} {filter | allow} [<filter-ticks> [<filter-hops>]] [no] ipx rip-filter <precedence>...
  • Page 283 Table 13-6. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <filter-ticks> <filter-hops> Sample Output The following example: on an interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston) # ipx rip-filter 5 2 3 both allow 10000 5 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition Modify the number of ticks to get to the network in the routing table (inbound RIP packets) or in the advertised...
  • Page 284: Ipx Rip-Max-Packetsize

    The following example enables the maximum packet size for RIP updates on an interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston)# ipx rip-max-packetsize Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx rip-max-packetsize [no] ipx rip-max-packetsize...
  • Page 285: Ipx Rip-Multiplier

    ipx rip-multiplier Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the interval at which a network’s RIP entry ages out. The no form of this command restores the default. The default value is three times the RIP update interval. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 13-7.
  • Page 286: Ipx Route

    (configure)# ipx route 50 100.02:e0:3b:00:45:63 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx route {<network> | default} <network.next-hop- node> [<ticks> [<hops>]] [no] ipx route {<network> | default} <network.next- hop-node>...
  • Page 287: Ipx Router

    ipx router Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables the IPX RIP or IPX SAP protocol on a global basis. Use the no form of the command to disable the protocols. The default state is enabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 13-9.
  • Page 288: Ipx Routing

    Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables IPX routing. (configure)# ipx routing Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx routing no ipx routing...
  • Page 289: Ipx Sap

    ipx sap Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Enables IPX SAP on an interface. The no form of this command disables IPX SAP on an interface. Default interface setting is IPX SAP enabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example disables IPX SAP on an interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston)# no ipx sap Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 290: Ipx Sap-Max-Packetsize

    The following example enables use of the maximum packet size for SAP updates sent out the boston interface. (config-if:boston)# ipx sap-max-packetsize Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx sap-max-packetsize [no] ipx sap-max-packetsize...
  • Page 291: Ipx Sap-Multiplier

    ipx sap-multiplier Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Sets the interval at which a network or server’s SAP entry ages out. The no form of this command restores the default, which is three times the SAP update interval. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 13-10.
  • Page 292: Ipx Sap-Name-Filter

    <precedence> <filter-name> <service-type> {outbound | inbound | both} 13-26 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx sap-name-filter <precedence> <filter-name> <service-type> {outbound | inbound | both} {filter | allow} [<filter-hops>] [no] ipx sap-name-filter <precedence> Definition Indicates the precedence of this SAP name filter in relation to other SAP name filters on this interface.
  • Page 293 Table 13-11. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {filter | allow} <filter-hops> Sample Output The following example: on an interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston)# ipx sap-name-filter 2 netbios 1 both allow 4 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition The action to take for the IPX service.
  • Page 294: Ipx Sap-Network-Filter

    <filter- network> <service-type> {outbound | inbound | both} 13-28 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx sap-network-filter <precedence> <filter-network> <service-type> {outbound | inbound | both} {filter | allow} [<filter-hops>] [no] ipx sap-network-filter <precedence> Definition Indicates the precedence of this SAP name filter in relation to other SAP name filters on this interface.
  • Page 295 Table 13-12. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {filter | allow} <filter-hops> Sample Output The following example: on an interface labeled “boston”. (config-if:boston)# ipx sap-network-filter 1 3 2 both allow 4 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition The action to take for the IPX service.
  • Page 296: Ipx Send-Receive-Mode

    (config-if:boston)# ipx send-receive-mode rip talk-listen Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-30 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx send-receive-mode {rip | sap} {talk-only | listen-only | talk-listen} [no] ipx send-receive-mode {rip | sap}...
  • Page 297: Ipx Send-Triggered-Updates

    ipx send-triggered-updates Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Immediately sends RIP or SAP updates to the network in response to changes in the network topology. The no command disables triggered updates. The default setting is enabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 13-14.
  • Page 298: Ipx Service

    <socket> <network.next- hop-node> <hops> 13-32 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx service <service-type> <service-name> <network> <node> <socket> <network.next-hop-node> [<hops>] [no] ipx service <service-type> <service-name> Definition The number of the type of the service. The range is 0-FFFF.
  • Page 299 Sample Output The following example adds a static service to the service table. (configure)# ipx service 4FS_ENG01 36112114 00:00:00:00:00:01 451 100.02:e0:3b:00:45:63 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 13-33...
  • Page 300: Ipx Type-20-Propagation

    (config-if:boston)# ipx type-20-propagation outbound Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-34 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx type-20-propagation {both | inbound | outbound} ipx type-20-propagation disabled Definition • both - The interface accepts and forwards type 20 propagation broadcast packets.
  • Page 301: Ipx Update Interval

    ipx update interval Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Adjusts the RIP or SAP update interval. The no form of this command restores the default, of 60 seconds. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 13-17. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {rip | sap} <seconds>...
  • Page 302: Ipx Vlan

    “boston” reside on VLAN 200. (config-if:boston)# ip vlan 200 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-36 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx vlan {<vlan-id> | name <vlan-name>} [no] ipx vlan Definition The VLAN ID of the VLAN.
  • Page 303: Show Ipx Cache

    show ipx cache Command Mode User. Description Displays the contents of the IPX fast-switching cache. Syntax show ipx cache Sample Output The following is an example of the output that displays after you enter the show ipx cache command. PRE 6 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 304: Show Ipx Interface

    10005129 is up, and administratively up Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-38 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the interface to show. On vlan ipxServer, is up IPX address is 10005129.02:e0:3b:d4:48:03,...
  • Page 305: Show Ipx Rip Statistics

    show ipx rip statistics Command Mode User. Description Displays the following IPX RIP interface statistics: Syntax show ipx rip statistics Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Triggered Updates Sent Non-triggered Updates Sent Updates Received Requests Received Bad Packets Received 13-39...
  • Page 306: Show Ipx Rip-Filter

    Chapter 13 show ipx rip-filter Command Mode User. Description Displays IPX RIP filters. Syntax show ipx rip-filter Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-40 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 307: Show Ipx Route

    show ipx route Command Mode User. Description Displays the contents of the IPX Routing Table. Syntax show ipx route [{<network> | default}] Table 13-20. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <network> default Sample Output The following is an example of the output that displays after you enter the show ipx route command.
  • Page 308: Show Ipx Sap Statistics

    Displays the following IPX SAP interface statistics: Syntax show ipx sap statistics Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-42 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Triggered Updates Sent Non-triggered Updates Sent GNS Responses Sent Updates Received Requests Received...
  • Page 309: Show Ipx Sap-Name-Filter

    show ipx sap-name-filter Command Mode User. Description Displays IPX SAP name filters. Syntax show ipx sap-name-filter Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 13-43...
  • Page 310: Show Ipx Sap-Network-Filter

    Chapter 13 show ipx sap-network-filter Command Mode User. Description Displays IPX SAP network filters. Syntax show ipx sap-network-filter Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-44 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 311: Show Ipx Service

    show ipx service Command Mode User. Description Lists the IPX services added via static configuration or discovered through Service Advertising Protocol (SAP) advertisements. Syntax show ipx service Sample Output The following is an example of the output that displays after you enter the show ipx service command.
  • Page 312: Show Ipx Traffic

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 13-46 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Rcvd: 3260 total, 56 format errors, 0 checksum errors, 0 bad hop count, 0 unknown socket, 3204 local...
  • Page 313: Chapter 14 - Layer 3 Forwarding Cache

    Layer 3 Forwarding Cache Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip multicast route-cache aging ip multicast route-cache hash-mode ip multicast route-cache max-size ip multicast route-cache readd-timeout ip multicast route-cache update-timeout...
  • Page 314: Ip Multicast Route-Cache Aging

    The following example enables aging of IP routes in the IP forwarding cache. (configure)# ip multicast route-cache aging Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 14-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip multicast route-cache aging [no] ip multicast route-cache aging...
  • Page 315: Ip Multicast Route-Cache Hash-Mode

    ip multicast route-cache hash-mode Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Configures the ip multicast route cache hashing mode. The no form of this command restores the default, which is sa-da. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 14-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {da-only | sa-da} Sample Output...
  • Page 316: Ip Multicast Route-Cache Max-Size

    (configure)# ip multicast route-cache max-size 10000 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 14-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip multicast route-cache max-size <multicast-max-size> [no] ip multicast route-cache max-size Definition The maximum number of entries allowed in the...
  • Page 317: Ip Multicast Route-Cache Readd-Timeout

    ip multicast route-cache readd-timeout Command Mode Global Configuration. Description This command is useful only for networks that are designed to route multicast traffic. If the switch is not running IGMP-Only or a multicast routing protocol on multiple IP interfaces, this command has no useful effect.
  • Page 318 The following example sets the IP multicast route cache re-add timeout interval to 10 seconds. (configure)# ip multicast route-cache readd-timeout 10 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 14-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 319: Ip Multicast Route-Cache Update-Timeout

    ip multicast route-cache update-timeout Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the period of cache invalidation due to aging. The no form of this restores the default of 120 seconds. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 14-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <ip-multicast-period>...
  • Page 320: Ip Unicast Route-Cache Aging

    The following example enables aging of IP unicast routes in the forwarding cache. (configure)# ip unicast route-cache aging Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 14-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip unicast route-cache aging [no] ip unicast route-cache aging...
  • Page 321: Ip Unicast Route-Cache Hash-Mode

    ip unicast route-cache hash-mode Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Configures the IP unicast route cache hashing mode. The no form of this command restores the default, which is da-only. Syntax Configure: To Restore Default: Table 14-5. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {da-only | sa-da} Sample Output The following example configures the IP unicast route cache for the da-only...
  • Page 322: Ip Unicast Route-Cache Max-Size

    (configure)# ip unicast route-cache max-size 10000 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 14-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip unicast route-cache max-size <unicast-max-size> [no] ip unicast route-cache max-size Definition Maximum number of entries allowed in the unicast...
  • Page 323: Ip Unicast Route-Cache Update-Timeout

    ip unicast route-cache update-timeout Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the period of ip unicast route cache invalidation due to aging. The no form of this command restores the default of 120 seconds. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 14-7. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <ip-unicast-period>...
  • Page 324: Ipx Route-Cache Aging

    Sample Output The following example disables ipx route cache aging. (configure)# ipx route-cache aging disabled Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 14-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx route-cache aging [no] ipx route-cache aging...
  • Page 325: Ipx Route-Cache Hash-Mode

    ipx route-cache hash-mode Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Configures the IPX unicast route cache hashing mode. The no form of this command restores the default, which is da-only. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 14-8. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {da-only | sa-da} Sample Output The following example sets ipx route cache hash mode to sa-da.
  • Page 326: Ipx Route-Cache Max-Size

    (configure)# ipx route-cache max-size 12000 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 14-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ipx route-cache max-size <ipx-max-size> [no] ipx route-cache max-size Definition Maximum number of entries allowed in IPX route cache.
  • Page 327: Ipx Route-Cache Update-Timeout

    ipx route-cache update-timeout Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the period of IPX route cache invalidation due to aging. The no form of this command restores the default of 120 seconds. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 14-10. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <ipx-period>...
  • Page 328: Show Ip Multicast Cache

    Source VLAN is vlan40 Mac Address is Derived from DA Use is 1 Priority is 0 Format is Eth 2System Supported: P550R Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 14-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 329: Show Ip Unicast Cache

    show ip unicast cache Command Mode User Description Displays the IP unicast L3 forwarding cache entries. Syntax show ip unicast cache Sample Output The following example shows a typical IP unicast cache display: > show ip unicast cache PRE 2 Destination Address is 10.0.4.94 Source Address is 0.0.0.0 Destination Port is 0...
  • Page 330: Show Ipx Cache

    Destination VLAN is vlan40 Source VLAN is n/a Mac Address is 02:e0:3b:dd:c4:27 Use is 0 Priority is 7 Format is Eth 2 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 14-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 331: Chapter 15 - Ldap

    LDAP Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ldap execution-option ldap search-base ldap server primary ldap server secondary show ldap 15-1...
  • Page 332: Ldap Execution-Option

    Chapter 15 ldap execution-option Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets whether Avaya Policy Manager (APM) stops or continues to apply a policy if an error with a command occurs. The default setting is stop-on- error. Syntax To Stop: To Continue: Sample Output The following example sets the ldap execution-option to ignore-errors.
  • Page 333: Ldap Search-Base

    To Enable: To Disable: Table 15-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <search-base-dn> Sample Output The following example sets an LDAP search base to avaya.com. (configure)# ldap search-base “o” Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 ldap search-base <search-base-dn>...
  • Page 334: Ldap Server Primary

    (configure)# ldap server primary 199.93.238.93 389 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 15-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ldap server primary <ip-addr> [<port-num>] [no] ldap server primary Definition The IP address of the primary LDAP server.
  • Page 335: Ldap Server Secondary

    ldap server secondary Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Changes the secondary LDAP server’s IP Address and port. The no form of this command removes the secondary LDAP Server’s IP Address. The default port number is: 389. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 15-3.
  • Page 336: Show Ldap

    LDAP Search base: ou=Devices,ou=CajunRules,o=avayactc.com Last Change: 22977 LDAP Producer Signal: 120 LDAP Consumer Signal: 120 LDAP Execution Option: ignore-errors Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 15-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 LDAP Configuration ------------------...
  • Page 337: Chapter 16 - Logging

    Logging Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 logging clear logging console logging history logging history size logging protocol event logging shutdown size logging traps set syslog set syslog facility...
  • Page 338: Logging Clear

    Sample Output The following example clears the event log. (configure)# logging clear Delete Event Log (Y/N) y Event log has been cleared. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 16-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 339: Logging Console

    The fan status message provides a good early warning for a failure that could eventually cause the switch to shut down. Logs the addition or removal of a power supply Logging 1 of 3 16-3...
  • Page 340 16-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Logs status changes in service ports. Use the set port category command to set a port as a service port. For information on this command, Chapter 21.
  • Page 341 Table 16-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name unknown_mac login_status acl_log ssl_ssh Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition Logs unknown MAC addresses if received. Logs User login or logout. Logs packets that match access control rules. Logs SSH events.
  • Page 342: Logging History

    16-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 logging history [{start | system | config | temp | resource | fan | power | service_port | user_port | auth_failure | bridge_stat | switch_fabric | ospf | dvmrp | rip | ldap | cli |...
  • Page 343 Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition Logs the addition or removal of a power supply Logs status changes in service ports. Use the set port category command to set a port as a service port. For information on this command, Chapter 21.
  • Page 344 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 16-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Logs VRRP events, if VRRP protocol event logging is enabled. Logs unknown MAC addresses if received. Logs User login or logout.
  • Page 345: Logging History Size

    logging history size Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Change the number of syslog messages stored in the event log. The no form of this command resets the number of messages to the default value, which is 512. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 16-3.
  • Page 346: Logging Protocol Event

    Syntax To Enable: To Disable: 16-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 messages that help Avaya Technical Support troubleshoot network problems. Avaya recommends that logging of protocol events be enabled only during troubleshooting sessions. If protocol event logging is enabled during...
  • Page 347 Table 16-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {rip | ospf | dvmrp | ldap | cli | snmp | appletalk | vrrp} {fault | error | warning | info | trace | debug} Sample Output The following example logs all of the LDAP fault messages. (configure)# logging protocol event ldap fault Completed set configuration for protocol events.
  • Page 348: Logging Shutdown Size

    (configure)# logging shutdown size 64 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 16-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 logging shutdown size {16 | 32 | 64} no logging shutdown size Definition The number of syslog messages stored in the shutdown log. The...
  • Page 349: Logging Traps

    The fan status message provides a good early warning for a failure that could eventually cause the switch to shut down. Logs the addition or removal of a power supply Logging 1 of 2 16-13...
  • Page 350 SNMP trap receivers. (configure)# logging traps switch_fabric Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 16-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Logs status changes in service ports. Use the set port category command to set a port as a service port.
  • Page 351: Set Syslog

    set syslog Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables syslog event reporting. The default setting is disabled. Syntax set syslog {enable | disable} Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Logging 16-15...
  • Page 352: Set Syslog Facility

    16-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set syslog facility {start | system | config | temp | resource | fan | service_port | user _port | power | bridge_stat | switch_fabric | ospf | rip | ldap | appletalk...
  • Page 353 21. This feature makes it possible for you to use different notification levels for critical (service ports), if desired. Logs the addition or removal of a power supply Logs changes in bridge status. Logs failures in the switch fabric. These failures are critical and should be monitored closely.
  • Page 354 Systems P580 and P882. 16-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Logs CLI events, if CLI event logging is enabled. Logs SNMP events, if SNMP protocol event logging is enabled Logs unknown MAC addresses if received.
  • Page 355: Set Syslog Server_Ip

    set syslog server_ip Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the IP addresses of remote syslog servers to which you want syslog events forwarded. The no command stops forwarding syslog events to the syslog server that you specify. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 16-8.
  • Page 356: Set Syslog Severity

    {emergency | alert | error | warning | normal | informational} * Note: See Systems P580 and P882. 16-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Description System Unusable Immediate action needed Error Condition Warning Condition...
  • Page 357: Show Alarms

    show alarms Command Mode User. Description Displays the contents of the active alarm table. Syntax show alarms Sample Output The following example displays the contents of the active alarm table. > show alarms ---------- Active Alarms -------------- ------------------------------------------------------- ID : 2 : Controller Failure Controller ------------------------------------------------------- ID : 10 : Port Status...
  • Page 358: Show Logging

    ====> Power Supply On: Power Supply 1. [Power System] --More-- Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 16-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Displays the contents of the shutdown log. The number of log messages to display. Event ID...
  • Page 359: Show Syslog Buffer

    ====> IGMP global configuration updated ====> Arp refresh set to Disable ====> Power Supply On: Power Supply 3. [Power System] ====> The CPU in slot 1 is the Active CPU for this switch. ====> Fan Unit Operational: Fan 1. [Module Fan Pair 1]...
  • Page 360: Show Syslog Config

    Syntax show syslog config Sample Output Syslog Server: Enabled Severity: informational Server IP: Facility: Systems P580 and P882. 16-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 135.35.93.125 start system config temp resource service_port user_port power...
  • Page 361: Chapter 17 - Module

    Module Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 reset-module set module name set module notes show module 17-1...
  • Page 362: Reset-Module

    The following example resets the module in slot 4. (configure)# reset-module 4 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 17-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The module number that you want to reset.
  • Page 363: Set Module Name

    set module name Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Creates the name for a module. Omitting the <mod-name> variable clears the module name. Syntax set module name <mod-num> [<mod-name>] Table 17-2. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-name> Sample Output The following example creates the name of the module in slot 3. (configure)# set module name 3 "MIS dept module"...
  • Page 364: Set Module Notes

    Module 3 notes set Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 17-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module whose notes are to be cleared or set. Specifies the notes to be assigned to the module. If the module notes are not specified, any previous notes for the module are cleared.
  • Page 365: Show Module

    show module Command Mode User. Description Displays information about the modules installed in the switch chassis. The default state displays information for all modules installed in the switch. Syntax show module [<mod-num>] Table 17-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> Sample Output The following example displays information about the modules installed in the switch chassis.
  • Page 366: Show Module Inventory

    Name of Manufacturer: Jabil Power Consumption: 0050 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 17-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The slot number of the module. The backplane. All hardware in the chassis.
  • Page 367: Chapter 18 - Nedr And Iedr

    NEDR and IEDR Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set huntgroup internal-error-shutdown set internal-error-threshold set port internal-error-shutdown set port network-error-detection show huntgroup internal-error-config show port internal-error-config show port network-error detection...
  • Page 368: Set Huntgroup Internal-Error-Shutdown

    P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 18-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 administratively disabled or enabled, assume the hunt group IEDR setting if they are placed in a hunt group. If a port has...
  • Page 369: Set Internal-Error-Threshold

    set internal-error-threshold Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the IEDR threshold for internal errors. When a port reaches this threshold, it is shut down. By default this threshold is set to 10 internal errors in a 5-second time period. You can set the threshold to any number between 5 and 500 internal errors in a 5-second time period.
  • Page 370: Set Port Internal-Error-Shutdown

    (configure)# set port internal-error-shutdown 3 enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 18-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port internal-error-shutdown {<mod-num> | <mod- swport-spec> | all-ports} enable set port internal-error-shutdown {{<mod-num> | <mod- swport-spec>}| all-ports} disable...
  • Page 371: Set Port Network-Error-Detection

    set port network-error-detection Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Configure network error detection and recovery (NEDR) for a port or ports. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 18-3. Parameters, Keywords, Argument Name <mod-port-range> action {notify | disable-port | off} Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 set port network-error-detection <mod-port-range>...
  • Page 372 (configure)# set port network-error-detection 3/1-5 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 18-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The rising threshold. The number of CRC errors that triggers NEDR to log an event in the event log or disable the port. The default setting is 100 (minimum is 1;...
  • Page 373: Show Huntgroup Internal-Error-Config

    show huntgroup internal-error-config Command Mode User Description Displays the IEDR setting (enabled or disabled) for hunt groups and the global IEDR threshold setting. Syntax show huntgroup internal-error-config Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 NEDR and IEDR 18-7...
  • Page 374: Show Port Internal-Error-Config

    Displays a list of the ports that have IEDR enabled, the IEDR setting for hunt groups, and the global IEDR threshold setting. Syntax show port internal-error-config Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 18-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 375: Show Port Network-Error Detection

    show port network-error detection Command Mode User. Description Displays the ports that have NEDR enabled. Syntax show port network-error-detection Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 NEDR and IEDR 18-9...
  • Page 376 Chapter 18 18-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 377: Chapter 19 - Ospf

    OSPF Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 area area ase-filter area default-cost area nssa area range area stub area translate-nssa-to-external area virtual-link ip ospf as-boundary-router ip ospf authentication-key...
  • Page 378 Chapter 19 19-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip ospf transmit-delay network area passive-interface router ospf show ip ospf show ip ospf database show ip ospf interface show ip ospf neighbor show ip ospf stats...
  • Page 379: Area

    area Command Mode OSPF Router Configuration. Description Defines an OSPF Area. To remove an area, use the no form of this command. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 19-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <area-id> Sample Output The following command removes the OSPF Area from the indicated router. (configure router:ospf)# no area 10.0.0.123 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 380: Area Ase-Filter

    (configure router:ospf)# area 2.0.0.0 ase-filter Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 area <area-id> ase-filter [no] area <area-id> ase-filter Definition IP address that represents the area-id for the system.
  • Page 381: Area Default-Cost

    area default-cost Command Mode OSPF Router Configuration. Description Defines the cost for routes advertised into stub area by an area border router. To restore the default value, use the no form of this command. The valid range is 1 to 65535. The default setting is 1. Syntax To Configure To Restore Default:...
  • Page 382: Area Nssa

    (configure router:ospf)# no area 2.0.0.0 nssa Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 area <area-id> nssa [no] area <area-id> nssa Definition A decimal value or IP address that identifies an OSPF area. Use no...
  • Page 383: Area Range

    area range Command Mode OSPF Router Configuration. Description Consolidates and summarizes routes at an area boundary. To disable this function, use the no form of this command. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 19-5. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <area-id> <ip-address> <mask>...
  • Page 384: Area Stub

    (configure router:ospf)# no area 2.0.0.0 stub Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 area <area-id> stub [no] area <area-id> stub Definition IP address that represents the area-id for the system.
  • Page 385: Area Translate-Nssa-To-External

    area translate-nssa-to-external Command Mode OSPF Router Configuration. Description Enables the translation of type 7 LSAs into type 5. To disable this feature use the no form of this command. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 19-7. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <area-id>...
  • Page 386: Area Virtual-Link

    <router-id> <hello-interval> <retransmit- interval> <dead-interval> 19-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 area <area-id> virtual-link <router-id> [hello-interval <hello-interval>] [retransmit-interval <retransmit- interval>] [dead-interval <dead-interval>] [transit- delay <transit-delay>] [{authentication-key <passwd> | message-digest-key <key-id> md5 <key>}] [no] area <area-id> virtual-link <router-id>...
  • Page 387 Table 19-8. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <transit-delay> <passwd> message-digest- key <key-id> md5 <key> Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition Estimated number of seconds it takes to transmit a link state update packet over this virtual link. The value range is 1- 3600.
  • Page 388: Ip Ospf As-Boundary-Router

    To Disable: Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 application software. If route redistribution filters are configured for OSPF, the ASBR status is enabled. If all interfaces on the switch are in an OSPF stub area, the ASBR status is disabled, regardless of whether route redistribution filters are configured.
  • Page 389: Ip Ospf Authentication-Key

    ip ospf authentication-key Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Assign a password to be used by neighboring routers that are using OSPF’s simple password authentication. To remove a previously assigned OSPF password, use the no form of this command. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 19-9.
  • Page 390: Ip Ospf Auto-Vlink-Create

    The following command enables the automatic creation of virtual links. (config-if:intf3)# ip ospf auto-vlink-create Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip ospf auto-vlink-create [no] ip ospf auto-vlink-create...
  • Page 391: Ip Ospf Cost

    ip ospf cost Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Specifies the cost of sending a packet on an interface. The no form of this command restores the default setting of 1. The valid range is 1 to 65534. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 19-10.
  • Page 392: Ip Ospf Dead-Interval

    (config-if:intf3)# ip ospf dead-interval 60 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip ospf dead-interval <seconds> [no] ip ospf dead-interval Definition Time in seconds of how long hello packets must be unseen before the neighbor declares the router down.
  • Page 393: Ip Ospf Ext-Route-Metric

    ip ospf ext-route-metric Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the metric type used for external routes to type1 or type2. Use the no form of this command to restore default values. The default values are: Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 19-12.
  • Page 394: Ip Ospf Hello-Interval

    (config-if:intf3)# ip ospf hello-interval 60 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip ospf hello-interval <seconds> [no] ip ospf hello-interval Definition Unsigned integer that specifies the interval in seconds. The value must be the same for all nodes on a specific network.
  • Page 395: Ip Ospf Max-Paths

    ip ospf max-paths Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Configures the maximum number of Simple Path First (SPF) paths that OSPF can use. The path range values are: Use the no form of this command to restore the default value (640). Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default:...
  • Page 396: Ip Ospf Message-Digest-Key Md5

    (config-if:intf3)# ip ospf message-digest-key 155 md5 jerry Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip ospf message-digest-key <key-id> md5 <key> [no] ip ospf message-digest-key <keyid> md5 <key> Definition An identifier in the range 1 to 255.
  • Page 397: Ip Ospf Packet Tracing

    ip ospf packet tracing Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables OSPF packet tracing. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following command enables packet tracing. (configure)# ip ospf packet tracing Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 ip ospf packet tracing [no] ip ospf packet tracing OSPF...
  • Page 398: Ip Ospf Poll Interval

    (config-if:123)# ip ospf poll-interval 2000 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip ospf poll-interval <seconds> [no] ip ospf poll-interval Definition Time in seconds between retransmissions. It must be greater than the expected round-trip delay between any two routers on the attached network.
  • Page 399: Ip Ospf Reset-Stats

    ip ospf reset-stats Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Resets the OSPF global statistics. Syntax ip ospf reset-stats Sample Output The following command resets the OSPF global statistics. (configure)# ip ospf reset-stats Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 OSPF 19-23...
  • Page 400: Ip Ospf Retransmit-Interval

    (config-if:123)# ip ospf retransmit-interval 2000 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip ospf retransmit-interval <seconds> [no] ip ospf retransmit-interval Definition Time in seconds between retransmissions. It must be greater than the expected round-trip delay between any two routers on the attached network.
  • Page 401: Ip Ospf Router-Id

    ip ospf router-id Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the router-id for the system. Use the no command to restore the default setting (the lowest IP address configured on the system). * Note: OSPF must be disabled for this command to take effect. If Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default:...
  • Page 402: Ip Ospf Transmit-Delay

    (config-if:123)# ip ospf transmit-delay 1000 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-26 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip ospf transmit-delay <seconds> [no] ip ospf transmit-delay Definition Time in seconds that it takes to transmit a link state update.
  • Page 403: Network Area

    network area Command Mode OSPF Router Configuration. Description Defines the interfaces on which OSPF runs and defines an area ID for those interfaces. To disable OSPF routing for interfaces defined with the <ip- address> <wildcard-mask> pair, use the no form of this command. Syntax To Enable: Disable:...
  • Page 404: Passive-Interface

    10.0.7.123. (configure router:ospf)# passive-interface boston 10.0.7.123 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-28 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 passive-interface {<interface-name> | <ip-address>} [no] passive-interface {<interface-name> | <ip- address>} Definition Name of the interface on which OSPF runs.
  • Page 405: Router Ospf

    router ospf Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables the OSPF protocol on this system. The no form of this command disables it globally. The default is disabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables OSPF routing. (configure)# router ospf Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 406: Show Ip Ospf

    Number of Interfaces in this area 2 SPF algorithm executed 53 times Area 1.0.0.0 Number of Interfaces in this area 1 SPF algorithm executed 47 times Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-30 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 407: Show Ip Ospf Database

    show ip ospf database Command Mode User. Description Displays lists of information related to the OSPF database for a specific router. Syntax show ip ospf database [{asbr-summary | router | network | summary | nssa- external | external}] Table 19-21. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name asbr-summary external...
  • Page 408: Show Ip Ospf Interface

    Transit 1 Neighbor count 1, Adjacent Neighbor count 1 Adjacent with neighbor 43.0.0.0 neighbor’s ipaddr 10.0.5.43 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-32 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The OSPF interface name.
  • Page 409: Show Ip Ospf Neighbor

    show ip ospf neighbor Command Mode User. Description Displays OSPF-neighbor information on a per-interface basis. Syntax show ip ospf neighbor [{<interface-name> | <neighbor-id>}] [detail] Table 19-23. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <interface-name> <neighbor-id> detail Sample Output The following command displays OSPF neighbor information for the interface labeled 123.
  • Page 410: Show Ip Ospf Stats

    172.172.172.0 192.168.89.0 192.168.140.0 192.168.190.0 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-34 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Area Id Spf Runs ABR Count LSA Count ASBR Count LSA CSum -------- -------- -------- --------- --------...
  • Page 411: Show Ip Ospf Virtual-Links

    show ip ospf virtual-links Command Mode User. Description Displays parameters that explain the current state of OSPF virtual links. Syntax show ip ospf virtual-links Sample Output The following command displays parameters about the current state of the virtual links to the switch. (configure)# show ip ospf virtual-link Virtual link to router 43.0.0.0 is up Transit area 1.0.0.0 via interface, Cost of using 1...
  • Page 412: Timers Lsa-Group-Pacing

    (configure)# timers lsa-group-pacing 1500 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 19-36 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 timers lsa-group-pacing <lsa-group-size> [no] timers lsa-group-pacing Definition The link state advertisement group size. The range is 1000...
  • Page 413: Timers Spf

    timers spf Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Configures the delay time (seconds) between runs of OSPF’s SPF calculation. Use the no form of this command to restore the default (3 seconds). The valid range is 3 to 65535. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 19-25.
  • Page 414 Chapter 19 19-38 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 415: Chapter 20 - Policy

    Policy Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 access-list ip access-group ip access-list ip acl-logging ip acl-logging logging-interval show access-group show access-lists show acl-match-timer show ip access-lists 20-1...
  • Page 416: Access-List

    To Remove an ACL Rule or ACL: 20-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 one ACL can be enabled at a time. access-list <access-list-name> <access-list-index> {permit [{use-priority <priority> | use-diffserv [mask] | remark-diffserv <dscp> [mask] | use-l2}] | deny | fwd1 | fwd2 | fwd3 | fwd4 | fwd5 | fwd6 | fwd7 | fwd8} {<source-ip-addr>...
  • Page 417 Table 20-1. Parameters, Keywords, and Arguments Name <access-list-name> <access-list-index> permit use-priority <priority> use-diffserv [mask] remark-diffserv <dscp> use-l2 deny Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition A unique name that identifies the access control list. The rule number within the access list. Index numbers can be 1 through 512.
  • Page 418 <port> | range <port> <port>}] <dest-ip-addr> 20-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The priority that you want to set. The number following the fwd specifies the priority. The fwdx arguments are 1-based, while the queue priorities are 0-based.
  • Page 419 Table 20-1. Parameters, Keywords, and Arguments Name <dest-wildcard> host <dest-ip-addr> [{lt <port> | eq <port> | gt <port> | range <port> <port>}] [established] Sample Output: The following table provides examples of standard ACL rules. Standard ACL Rules Table 20-2. Sample Standard ACL Rules To.
  • Page 420: Extended Acl

    • Source IP address of 199.93.239.168 • Destination address in the 1.1.1 subnet 20-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Enter. . . access-list MyAccessList1 6 permit remark-diffserv 5 mask 10.10.80.0 0.0.0.255 access-list MyAccessList1 7 permit use-l2 11.11.11.0 0.0.0.255...
  • Page 421 Table 20-3. Sample Extended ACL Rules To . . . Continued Use the DSCP in the packet to classify all traffic that has a: • Source IP address in the 3.0 subnet • Destination address in the 5.0 subnet • Mask the three least significant bits of the DSCP Assign a priority of 2 to all TCP traffic that has a:...
  • Page 422 • Permit TCP connections that meet this criteria Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 20-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 — Source IP address in the 5.5.5 subnet — Destination IP address in the 6.6.6 subnet —...
  • Page 423: Ip Access-Group

    ip access-group Command Mode Global Configuration Description Enables an access control list (ACL) and optionally sets the default action to deny. The default-action-deny option is a global setting and is not available in the Web Agent. If you use the CLI to enable the default-action-deny option and then use the Web Agent to enable a different ACL, the default-action- deny option remains enabled.
  • Page 424 (configure)# ip access-group fwdrules Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 20-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the access list. Sets the default action to deny. When this option is enabled, the switch blocks all traffic that does not match an access rule in the enabled ACL.
  • Page 425: Ip Access-List

    ip access-list Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Creates a rule in an access control list (ACL). The rule that you set is applied on all of the ports on the switch. * Note: You must enable the ACL on which you want to set a rule. Only The no command deletes an ACL rule or ACL.
  • Page 426: Ip Acl-Logging

    <access-list-name> <rule-number> Systems P580 and P882. 20-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip acl-logging enable <access-list-name> <rule-number> ip acl-logging disable <access-list-name> <rule-number> Definition The access list that contains the access rule for which you want to enable ACL logging.
  • Page 427: Ip Acl-Logging Logging-Interval

    ip acl-logging logging-interval Command Mode Global Configuration Description Sets the interval for ACL logging. The valid range is 1 to 60 seconds. The default setting is 2 seconds. Syntax ip acl-logging logging-interval <time-in-seconds> Table 20-6. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Keyword, Argument, or Option <time-in-seconds>...
  • Page 428: Show Access-Group

    Chapter 20 show access-group Command Mode User. Description Displays the enabled access control list. Syntax show access-group Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 20-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 429: Show Access-Lists

    show access-lists Command Mode User. Description Displays the contents of access lists configured on the switch. The switch displays all access lists by default. Syntax show access-lists [<access-list-name>] Table 20-7. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <access-list-name> Sample Output The following command displays the access lists. >...
  • Page 430: Show Acl-Match-Timer

    Displays the interval for logging of ACL matches. Syntax show acl-match-timer Sample Output Interval between logging of Access Rule Matches is 2 second(s) Systems P580 and P882. 20-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 431: Show Ip Access-Lists

    show ip access-lists Command Mode User. Description Displays the contents of the IP access lists configured on the switch. The switch displays all access lists by default. Syntax show ip access-lists [<access-list-name>] Table 20-8. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <access-list-name> Sample Output The following command displays the contents of the IP access lists.
  • Page 432 Chapter 20 20-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 433: Chapter 21 - Port

    Port Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 clear port counters set port 3com-mapping-table set port allow-learning set port auto-flush set port auto-negotiation set port auto-negotiation-duplex-advertisement set port auto-negotiation-flow-control-advertisement...
  • Page 434 Chapter 21 21-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port mirror Fabric_mode2 set port name set port network-error-detection set port pace-priority-mode set port point-to-point admin status set port rate-limit-burst-size set port rate-limit-mode set port rate-limit-rate...
  • Page 435: Clear Port Counters

    clear port counters Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Clears port ethernet statistics counters. Omitting input clears all port counters on the switch. Selecting a mod-num clears all port counters on the module. By default, the counters of all ports in the switch chassis are cleared.
  • Page 436: Set Port 3Com-Mapping-Table

    Port 3Com-mapping-table set: 3/1,3/2 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where the 3Com Mapping Table assignment of each switch is to be set.
  • Page 437: Set Port Allow-Learning

    set port allow-learning Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Disables or enables learning for a specified switch port or all switch ports on a specified module. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 21-3. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-swport-range> Sample Output The following example enables VLAN learning for the second switch port on the module in slot 3 and switch ports 7 through 11 on the module in slot (configure)# set port allow-learning 3/2,5/7-11 enable...
  • Page 438: Set Port Auto-Flush

    Port auto-flush set successful: 4/2. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port auto-flush {<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>} [...,{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}] enable set port auto-flush {<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>} [...,{<mod-num>...
  • Page 439: Set Port Auto-Negotiation

    set port auto-negotiation Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables auto-negotiation on the specified port or ports. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 21-5. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-port-range> Sample Output The following example enables auto-negotiation for the second fast ethernet port and ports 7 through 11 on the module in slot 5.
  • Page 440: Set Port Auto-Negotiation-Duplex-Advertisement

    5/2,5/7,5/8,5/9,5/10,5/11 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where auto negotiation and advertisement of the duplex capability for every fast ethernet port on that module is set to support full or half duplex operations, or just half duplex operations.
  • Page 441: Set Port Auto-Negotiation-Flow-Control-Advertisement

    set port auto-negotiation-flow-control- advertisement Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the auto-negotiation flow control advertisement on a module or range of modules. Syntax set port auto-negotiation-flow-control-advertisement {<mod-num> | <mod- port-range>} Table 21-7. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-port-range> Sample Output The following example sets the auto negotiation flow control advertisement of the module in slot 3.
  • Page 442: Set Port Auto-Negotiation-Speed-Advertisement

    2,5/7,5/8,5/9,5/10,5/11 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where the auto negotiation and advertisement of the speed capability for every fast ethernet port is set to support either 10Mbps or 100Mbps, or both.
  • Page 443: Set Port Auto-Vlan-Create

    set port auto-vlan-create Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables auto VLAN creation for a specified switch port or all switch ports on a specified module. When enabled, it allows the switch to automatically create a VLAN each time the port receives a frame from an unknown VLAN.
  • Page 444: Set Port Category

    Port category set: 3/1,3/2,5/7,5/8,5/9,5/10,5,11 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where the port category type of every module is set.
  • Page 445: Set Port Disable

    set port disable Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Disables a specified port or ports. Syntax set port disable {<mod-num> | <mod-port-range>}[...,{<mod-num> | <mod-port-range>}] Table 21-11. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-port-range> Sample Output The following example disables all the ports on the module in slot 3 and ports 7 through 11 on the module in slot 5.
  • Page 446: Set Port Duplex

    Port duplex mode set: 5/7,5/8,5/9,5/10,5/11 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where the duplexity of every fast ethernet port is set.
  • Page 447: Set Port Edge Admin State

    set port edge admin state Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Specifies whether a port is an edge port or a nonedge port. An edge port is not connected to any other bridge. Only edge ports and point-to-point links can rapidly transition to forwarding state. If you set edge admin state to edge-port, the OperEdgePort field of the show port command is also set to edge-port.
  • Page 448: Set Port Enable

    Port enable set: 3/1,3/2,5/7,5/8,5/9,5/10,5/11 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where every port is enabled. Specifies a range of ports to be enabled.
  • Page 449: Set Port Flow-Control

    set port flow-control Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Set the port flow control. * Note: Setting this parameter on any M5548-100TX port sets all Syntax set port flow-control {<mod-num> | <mod-port-range>}[...,{<mod-num> | <mod-port-range>}] {disable | enable | enable-receive-only | enable-send- only | enable-with-aggressive-backoff} Table 21-15.
  • Page 450: Set Port Frame-Tags

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where every switch port on that module has the ability to use or ignore frame tag.
  • Page 451: Set Port Huntgroup

    set port huntgroup Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets or clears the huntgroup assignment for a specified switch port. Syntax To Configure: To Clear: Table 21-17. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-swport- range> <huntgroup- name> Sample Output The following example sets the huntgroup assignment of switch port 1 on the module in slot 5 to huntgroup named sales.
  • Page 452: Set Port Internal-Error-Shutdown

    The following example enables IEDR on all ports on the module in slot 3. (configure)# set port internal-error-shutdown 3 enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 “NEDR and IEDR.” set port internal-error-shutdown {<mod-num> | <mod- swport-spec> | all-ports} enable set port internal-error-shutdown {{<mod-num>...
  • Page 453: Set Port Intrusion-Trap

    set port intrusion-trap Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables the switch port intrusion trap. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 21-19. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-swport- range> Sample Output The following example enables the switch port intrusion trap on module in slot 3.
  • Page 454: Set Port Intrusion-Trap-Timer

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module. Specifies a range of switch ports. Time interval at which intrusion traps are generated.
  • Page 455: Set Port Known-Mode

    set port known-mode Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables known mode for the specified switch port or ports. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 21-21. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-swport- range> Sample Output The following example enables known mode for the second switch port on the module in slot 3 and switch ports 7 through 11 on the module in slot 5.
  • Page 456: Set Port Mirror

    21-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port mirror <mod-port-range> source-port <mod- port-range> mirror-port <mod-port-spec> sampling {always | disable | periodic} [max-packets-sec <max- packets-sec-value>] [piggyback-port <mod-port-spec>] clear port mirror <mod-port-range>...
  • Page 457 Sample Output The following example sets a port mirror sampling rule for a single source port that has 2 fabric ports. (configure)# set port mirror 4/1-10 source-port 4/2 mirror-port 4/3 sampling always piggyback-port 4/4 Port mirroring rule configured. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No.
  • Page 458: Set Port Mirror Fabric_Mode2

    {tx | rx | both | sa | da} 21-26 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port mirror Fabric_mode2 source-port <mod-port- range> mirror-port <mod-port-spec> channel <channel> direction {tx | rx | both | sa | da} sampling {always | disable | periodic} [sa <MAC-address>] [da <MAC-address>]...
  • Page 459 Table 21-23. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Parameter {always | disable | periodic} [sa <MAC- address>] [da <MAC- address>] <max-packets- sec-value> Table 21-24. Port Ranges for Fabric Mode 2 Port Mirroring Module 4-port gigabit modules Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition How often you want the mirror port to receive traffic samples.
  • Page 460 24-port 10/100 modules 48-port 10/100 modules Systems P580 and P882. 21-28 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Port ranges that you can mirror • 1–4 • 5–8 • Any single port You can mirror any four single ports simultaneously (one port per channel).
  • Page 461: Set Port Name

    set port name Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the name for a port. Omitting the <port-name> variable clears the port name. Syntax set port name <mod-port-spec> [<port-name>] Table 21-25. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-port- spec> <port-name> Sample Output The following example sets the name of the second port on the module in slot 3.
  • Page 462: Set Port Network-Error-Detection

    Name <mod-port-range> action {notify | disable-port | off} 21-30 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port network-error-detection <mod-port-range> [action {notify | disable-port}] [rising-threshold <rising-threshold- value>] [falling-threshold <falling-threshold-value>] [interval <interval seconds>] network-error-detection {<mod-port-range> | all} action...
  • Page 463 Table 21-26. Parameters, Keywords, Argument Name <rising-threshold value> <falling-threshold value> <interval-seconds> Sample Output The following command sets NEDR on ports 1-5 on module 3. (configure)# set port network-error-detection 3/1-5 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition The rising threshold.
  • Page 464: Set Port Pace-Priority-Mode

    5/9,5/10,5/11 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-32 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port pace-priority-mode {<mod-num> | <mod-port- range>}[...,{<mod-num> | <mod-port-range>}] enable set port pace-priority-mode {<mod-num> | <mod-port- range>}[...,{<mod-num> | <mod-port-range>}] disable...
  • Page 465: Set Port Point-To-Point Admin Status

    set port point-to-point admin status Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Specifies whether a port is connected to a shared LAN segment or a point- to-point LAN segment. A point-to-point LAN segment is connected to exactly one other bridge (normally with a direct cable between them). Only point-to-point links and edge ports can rapidly transition to forwarding state.
  • Page 466: Set Port Rate-Limit-Burst-Size

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-34 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 physical ports on the module to the same value. Definition Specifies the number of the module where the rate limit burst size for each fast ethernet port on the module is to be set.
  • Page 467: Set Port Rate-Limit-Mode

    set port rate-limit-mode Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the rate limit mode for fast ethernet ports. Syntax set port rate-limit-mode {<mod-num> | <mod-port-range>}[...,{<mod- num> | <mod-port-range>}] {disable | enable | enable-include-known- multicasts} Table 21-30. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-port-range>...
  • Page 468: Set Port Rate-Limit-Rate

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-36 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where the rate limit rate for each fast ethernet port on the module is to be set.
  • Page 469: Set Port-Redundancy

    set port-redundancy Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables all existing redundancy pairs. Syntax set port-redundancy {enable | disable} Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Port 21-37...
  • Page 470: Set Port-Redundancy Name

    <primary-port> <secondary-port> Systems P580 and P882. 21-38 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port-redundancy command to enable port redundancy globally Tree before you can create a port redundancy pair. set port-redundancy name <redundant-name>...
  • Page 471: Set Port Remote-Fault-Detect

    <mod-port-range> Sample Output The following example enables remote fault detection in gigabit ports 1 and 2 on the module in slot 3 of an Avaya Multiservice switch. (configure)# set port remote-fault-detect 3/1,3/2 enable Port remote fault detection enable set: 3/1,3/2 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 472: Set Port Spanning-Tree-Mode

    5/10,5/11 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-40 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port spanning-tree-mode {<mod-num> | <mod-swport- range>}[...,{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}] enable set port spanning-tree-mode {<mod-num> | <mod-swport- range>}[...,{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}] disable...
  • Page 473: Set Port Speed

    1Gbps Sample Output The following example sets the speed for fast ethernet ports 7 through 11 on the module in slot 5 of an Avaya Multiservice switch to 100Mbps. (configure)# set port speed 5/7-11 100Mbps Port speed set: 5/7,5/8,5/9,5/10,5/11 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 474: Set Port Trunking-Format

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-42 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where the trunking mode is to be set for each switch port on the module.
  • Page 475: Set Port Vlan

    set port vlan Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the VLAN for a specified switch port or all switch ports on a specified module. Syntax set port vlan {<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}[...,{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}] <vlan-id> Table 21-37. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num>...
  • Page 476: Set Port Vlan-Binding-Method

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-44 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies a module number. If a module number is specified, the VLAN binding method is set for all ports on the module.
  • Page 477: Set Port Vtp-Snooping

    set port vtp-snooping Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Disables or enables vtp-snooping for specified switch ports. The default state is disabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 21-39. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-swport-range> Sample Output The following example enables the vtp-snooping option for the second switch port on the module in slot 3 and switch ports 7 through 11 on the module in slot 5.
  • Page 478: Show Port

    ----- Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-46 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where the configuration of every switch port is to be displayed. Specifies a range of ports on a module whose configuration is to be displayed.
  • Page 479: Show Port Counters

    show port counters Command Mode User. Description Displays the port statistics on a module. If no <mod-num> or <mod- swport-spec> is specified, then the port statistics for all switch ports on all modules are displayed. If only a <mod-num> is specified, then port statistics for all switch ports on the specified module are displayed.
  • Page 480: Show Port Mirror

    4/11-20 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-48 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies a module number. If a module number is specified, all port mirroring rules on the module are displayed.
  • Page 481: Show Port Mirror Fabric_Mode2

    Syntax show port mirror Fabric_mode2 Sample Output The following example displays the port mirroring information on the Avaya Multiservice switch (partial). > show port mirror Fabric_mode2 Channel ---------- Systems P580 and P882.
  • Page 482: Show Port Physical

    Port ---------- Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 21-50 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Specifies the number of the module where the configuration of every switch port is to be displayed. Specifies a range of ports on a module whose configuration is to be displayed.
  • Page 483: Show Port Status

    show port status Command Mode User. Description Displays port status information. The status information of all ports is displayed by default. Syntax show port status [{<mod-num> | <mod-port-range>}[...,{<mod-num> | <mod-port-range>}]] Table 21-44. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-port-range> Sample Output The following example displays the status of the ports on the modules in the switch.
  • Page 484: Show Port Redundancy

    [<redundant-name>] Table 21-45. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <redundant -name> Systems P580 and P882. 21-52 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The redundancy pair for which you want to view the configuration.
  • Page 485: Chapter 22 - Power Cool Ram

    Power Cool RAM Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 show system fans show system power show system ram 22-1...
  • Page 486: Show System Fans

    > show system fans FanStatus Module Fan Pair 1 Module Fan Pair 2 Fabric Fan 1 Fabric Fan 2 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 22-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Operational Operational Operational Operational...
  • Page 487: Show System Power

    Sample Output The following example displays the status of the power supplies installed in the chassis. > show system power Power Supply Total System Power Current Power Available 355 Watts Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1...
  • Page 488: Show System Ram

    Operational Image 5.80 MBytes Dynamically Allocated Memory Allocation Failures 0 System RAM Trap Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 22-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 64.00 MBytes Used 4.89 MBytes Max Used 5.90 MBytes Available 53.31 MBytes...
  • Page 489: Chapter 23 - 80-Series Qos

    80-Series QoS Overview This chapter describes the following commands: * Important: The QoS features are supported only on 80-series Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 access-list reset port queue counters set aft entry set diffserv plp...
  • Page 490: Access-List

    Name <access-list-name> <access-list-index> 23-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 one ACL can be enabled at a time. access-list <access-list-name> <access-list-index> {permit [{use-priority <priority> | use-diffserv [mask] | remark-diffserv <dscp> [mask] | use-l2}] | deny | fwd1 | fwd2 | fwd3 | fwd4 | fwd5 | fwd6 | fwd7 | fwd8} {<source-...
  • Page 491 Table 23-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name permit use-priority <priority> use-diffserv [mask] remark-diffserv <dscp> use-l2 deny fwd1 | fwd2 | fwd3 | fwd4 | fwd5 | fwd6 | fwd7 | fwd8 Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 80-Series QoS Definition Forwards the packet without changing its priority.
  • Page 492 <dest-ip-addr> <dest-wildcard> host <dest-ip-addr> 23-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The ID of the protocol that you want to assign a priority to. RFC791 defines the protocol IDs. The source IP address of the subnet that you want to assign a priority to.
  • Page 493 Table 23-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name [{lt <port> | eq <port> | gt <port> | range <port> <port>}] [established] Sample Output: The following table provides examples of standard ACL rules. Standard ACL Rules Table 23-2. Examples: Standard ACL Rules To. . . •...
  • Page 494 • Source port that is greater than 24 • Destination IP address in the 6.6 subnet • Destination port of 23 23-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Enter. . . (configure)# access-list MyAccessList1 9 permit use- diffserv mask host 3.3.3.3...
  • Page 495 Table 23-3. Examples: Extended ACL Rules To. . . • Replace the existing DSCP of packets with a DSCP of 12 for all traffic that has a source IP address of 199.93.238.83. • Mask the three least significant bits of the DSCP. Replace the existing DSCP of the packet with a DSCP of 24 for all ICMP traffic that has a:...
  • Page 496 • Permit TCP connections that meet this criteria Systems 23-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 — Source IP address of 7.7.7.7 — Destination IP address of 8.8.8.8 — Destination port between 33 and 44 —...
  • Page 497: Reset Port Queue Counters

    reset port queue counters Command Mode User. Description Resets the queue statistics to 0. Syntax reset port queue counters {<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}[..., {<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}] {ingress | egress | all} [queue <queue>] Table 23-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-swport-range> {ingress | egress | all} <queue>...
  • Page 498 The following example resets the QoS statistics on the ingress ports on the module in slot 3. > reset port queue counters 3 ingress Systems 23-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 P550R and P880, 80-series modules only. P580 and P882.
  • Page 499: Set Aft Entry

    set aft entry Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Configures the priority of a source MAC address or destination MAC address. The no command deletes the Address Forwarding Table (AFT) entry for the source or destination MAC address. Syntax Configure: To Delete: Table 23-5.
  • Page 500 <entry-priority> da-priority max-port-aft 23-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Options include: • normal - The AFT entry has normal priority. • high - The AFT entry has high priority.
  • Page 501 Sample Output The following table provides examples of this command. Table 23-6. Examples: set aft entry To. . . • Associate MAC address 00:00:00:00:00:55 with port 1 on the module in slot 3 and with VLAN 50. • Forward frames that have a source or destination MAC address of 00:00:00:00:00:55.
  • Page 502 MAC address priority (5) to frames that have a destination MAC address of 00:00:00:00:00:55. Systems 23-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 P550R and P880, 80-series modules only. P580 and P882. Enter. . . (configure)# set aft entry...
  • Page 503: Set Diffserv Plp

    set diffserv plp * Important: This command is for future functionality and is not Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Assigns a packet loss probability (PLP) to a DiffServ code point (DSCP). Syntax set diffserv plp {low | high} dscp <dscp-start-range> [<dscp-end-range>] Table 23-7.
  • Page 504: Set Diffserv Priority

    The following command sets a priority of 7 to DSCPs 15 through 63. (configure)# set diffserv priority 7 dscp 15 63 Systems 23-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The priority that you want to assign. Enter a number between 0 and 7.
  • Page 505: Set Port Default-Priority

    set port default-priority Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the priority of a physical port. Syntax set port default-priority {{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}[..., {<mod- num> | <mod-swport-range>}] | all-ports} <priority> Table 23-9. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-swport-range> all-ports <priority> Sample Output The following command sets the priority to 0 for all ports on the module in slot 3.
  • Page 506 3 and for port 1 on the module in slot 6. (configure)# Systems 23-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port default-priority 3/1-5,6/1 2 P550R and P880, 80-series modules only. P580 and P882.
  • Page 507: Set Port Ignore-Tag-Priority

    set port ignore-tag-priority Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets a port to ignore any layer 2 tag priority (including 802.1p tags). The default setting is off. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 23-10. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-swport-range> all-ports {on | off} Document No.
  • Page 508 1 on the module in slot 6 to ignore the 802.1p tag priority. (configure)# set port ignore-tag-priority 3/1-5,6/1 on Systems 23-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 P550R and P880, 80-series modules only. P580 and P882.
  • Page 509: Set Port Mask-Diffserv

    set port mask-diffserv Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets a port to mask the three least significant bits of the DSCP when the switch is using the DSCP to classify bridged IP traffic. If you mask the three least significant bits of the DSCP, the switch recognizes the remaining bits as the precedence field of the Type of Service (ToS) field and classifies the packets accordingly.
  • Page 510 (configure)# set port mask-diffserv 3 on Systems 23-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition All ports in the chassis. If you enter all-ports, all ports in the chassis are set to mask the three least significant bits of the DSCP.
  • Page 511: Set Port Police

    set port police Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables policing for ingress traffic on a port. Syntax To Configure: To Disable: Table 23-12. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-swport-range> all-ports <queue> Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 set port police {{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>} [..., {<mod-num>...
  • Page 512 The following example sets port police on all ports on module 3. (configure)# set port police 3 all-ports Systems 23-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The maximum bits per second that you want to assign to the queue.
  • Page 513: Set Port Queue Service Cbq

    set port queue service cbq Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets a port, port range, or module to use class-based queuing (CBQ) queue servicing. Syntax set port queue service {{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}[..., {<mod- num> | <mod-swport-range>}] | all-ports} cbq queue <queue> bit-rate <rate>...
  • Page 514: Set Port Queue Service Cbwfq

    <queue> <rate> 23-26 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The slot number of a module. If you specify <mod-num>, all ports on the module are set to use CBQ. The slot number of a module, and, either a port number, or a range of port numbers having the format Px-Py.
  • Page 515 (whichever action that you specify). The default setting is servicing by WFQ and the default weight for the queues. The normal burst can range from 0 to 15,000 bytes. Avaya recommends a value of 6000. Enter this setting in a multiple of four. If you do not enter a multiple of four, the switch rounds down the number that you enter to a multiple of four.
  • Page 516: Set Port Queue Service Strict-Priority

    (configure)# set port queue service 5/1-12 strict-priority Systems 23-28 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The slot number of a module. If you specify <mod-num>, all ports on the module are set to use strict priority queueing.
  • Page 517: Set Port Queue Service Wfq

    set port queue service wfq Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets a port, port range, or module to use weighted fair queueing (WFQ) queue servicing. WFQ is the default queue-servicing algorithm. Syntax set port queue service {{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}[...,{<mod- num> | <mod-swport-range>}] | all-ports} wfq {queue <queue> weight <weight>...
  • Page 518: Set Port Use-Diffserv

    <mod-num> <mod-swport-range> all-ports {on | off} 23-30 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port use-diffserv {{<mod-num> | <mod-swport- range>}[...,{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}] | all-ports} on set port use-diffserv {{<mod-num> | <mod-swport- range>}[...,{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}] |...
  • Page 519 Sample Output The following command sets ports 4 through 12 on the module in slot 6 to classify bridged IP traffic by DSCP: (configure)# set port use-diffserv 6/4-12 on Systems Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 P550R and P880, 80-series modules only. P580 and P882.
  • Page 520: Show Diffserv Table

    The following example displays the diffserv table. > show diffserv table Systems 23-32 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 probability (PLP) for each DSCP. However, the switch does not currently support PLP. P550R and P880, 80-series modules only.
  • Page 521: Show Port

    show port Command Mode User. Description Displays the QoS settings for a physical port. This command also displays the priority of the port, if the port is set to ignore 802.1p tag priority, and if the port is set to use the DSCP for bridged IP traffic. Syntax show port [{<mod-num>...
  • Page 522: Show Port Police

    The following example displays the policing settings for all ports on module > show port police 3 Systems 23-34 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The slot number of a module. If you specify <mod- num>, the switch displays the policing settings for all ports on the module in the slot that you specify.
  • Page 523: Show Port Queue Buffer

    show port queue buffer Command Mode User. Description Displays the amount of memory that is assigned to each queue. Syntax show port queue buffer {{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}[..., {<mod- num> | <mod-swport-range>}] | all-ports} Table 23-20. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <mod-num> <mod-swport-range>...
  • Page 524: Show Port Queue Counters

    <mod-swport-range> {ingress | egress | all} <queue> 23-36 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The slot number of a module. If you specify <mod- num>, the switch displays the QoS statistics for all ports on the module that you specify.
  • Page 525 Sample Output The following example displays all QoS statistics for the module in slot 3. > show port queue counters 3 all Systems Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 P550R and P880, 80-series modules only. P580 and P882. 80-Series QoS 23-37...
  • Page 526: Show Port Queue Service

    3 > show port queue service 3/1 Systems 23-38 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The slot number of a module. If you specify <mod-num>, the switch displays queue- service settings for all ports on the module in the slot that you specify.
  • Page 527: Chapter 24 - Radius

    RADIUS Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set radius authentication set radius authentication group set radius authentication realm set radius authentication retry-number set radius authentication retry-time set radius authentication server...
  • Page 528: Set Radius Authentication

    The following command enables RADIUS on the switch: (configure)# set radius authentication enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 24-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set radius authentication enabled set radius authentication disabled...
  • Page 529: Set Radius Authentication Group

    Table 24-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <group> Sample Output The following command assigns the switch to group avaya switches: (configure)# set radius authentication group avaya switches The following command clears the group membership of the switch: (configure)# clear radius authentication group Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 530: Set Radius Authentication Realm

    Realms are used to organize user accounts. If a realm is set, @ and the realm name are appended to user login names. For example, the realm name could be Avaya Switches. When user admin logs in, the switch sends the Access Request message for admin@AvayaSwitches.
  • Page 531: Set Radius Authentication Retry-Number

    set radius authentication retry-number Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the number of times the switch attempts to contact the RADIUS server to authenticate a user. The default value is 1 retry and the valid range is 0 to 10 retries. Syntax set radius authentication retry-number <retry-number>...
  • Page 532: Set Radius Authentication Retry-Time

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 24-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The amount of time in seconds that the switch waits before attempting to reauthenticate a login. The default value is 7 seconds...
  • Page 533: Set Radius Authentication Server

    set radius authentication server Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets either the primary or secondary RADIUS server settings. Syntax To Configure: To Clear: Table 24-5. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <ip-addr> <shared-secret> [encrypted-type1] [{primary | secondary}] Sample Output The following command sets the primary RADIUS server to IP address 192.157.1.0 and shared secret to secret primary.
  • Page 534: Set Radius Authentication Source-Ip

    (configure)# set radius authentication source-ip 192.168.1.1 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 24-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set radius authentication source-ip <ip-addr> clear radius authentication source-ip Definition IP address that is used as the source IP address for Access Request...
  • Page 535: Set Radius Authentication Switch-Service-Type-Required

    set radius authentication switch-service-type- required Command Mode Global Configuration. Description If you enable switch-service-type-required, the switch recognizes only Access Accept messages that have the correct group name included. This setting prevents the switch from incorrectly allowing access to users that may have a user account on the RADIUS server but should not be allowed access to the switch.
  • Page 536: Set Radius Authentication Udp-Port

    <1812-or-1645> Sample Output The following command sets the udp-port to 1645: (configure)# set radius authentication udp-port 1645 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 24-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 537: Show Radius Authentication

    show radius authentication Command Mode User. Description Displays the current RADIUS configuration. All parameters are displayed with the exception of the shared secrets. Syntax show radius authentication Sample Output The following command displays the current RADIUS settings: (configure)# show radius authentication RADIUS Authentication Configuration =================================== Enable State: Disabled...
  • Page 538 Chapter 24 24-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 539: Chapter 25 - Snmp

    SNMP Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 snmp-server snmp-server atm-community snmp-server community snmp-server contact snmp-server engineid snmp-server group snmp-server location snmp-server notify snmp-server password snmp-server user snmp-server view...
  • Page 540: Snmp-Server

    “Security,” in User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Systems P580 and P882. 25-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 snmp-server enable no snmp-server...
  • Page 541: Snmp-Server Atm-Community

    snmp-server atm-community Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Creates or modifies a community string to access the ATM Uplink module. The no command deletes the community string. Syntax To Configure: To Delete: Table 25-1. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Field <community- string> <slot> [<ip-addr>] Systems P580 and P882.
  • Page 542: Snmp-Server Community

    <groupname> <ip-addr> [notify] Systems P580 and P882. 25-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 snmp-server community <community-string> {group <groupname> [<ip-addr> [notify]] no snmp-server community <community-string> [<ip- address>] Definition The name of the community string. The community string can range from 1 to 26 characters.
  • Page 543: Snmp-Server Contact

    snmp-server contact Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the administrative contact for the switch. The switch displays the administrative contact when you enter the show snmp command. The default setting is System Administrator. The no command restores the default setting. Syntax To Configure: To Restore...
  • Page 544: Snmp-Server Engineid

    Table 25-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Parameter <engine-Id> Systems P580 and P882. 25-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 password.” Definition A 12-byte hexidecimal value. Separate each byte with a colon. Example: 00:00:00:09:0a:fe:ff:12:97:33:45:12. Important: The last byte of the engine ID must not be greater than EE.
  • Page 545: Snmp-Server Group

    If you modify them, the community strings may lose their access to the switch. For more information on the migration of existing community strings, Chapter 5, “Configuring SNMP,” in User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. Syntax...
  • Page 546 <notifyview> Systems P580 and P882. 25-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The MIB view to which you want the group to have read access. The MIB view to which you want the group to have write access.
  • Page 547: Snmp-Server Location

    snmp-server location Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the physical location of the switch. The switch displays the physical location of the switch when you enter the show snmp command. The no command clears the location. Syntax To Configure: To Clear: Table 25-6.
  • Page 548: Snmp-Server Notify

    <ip-addr> <community-string> Systems P580 and P882. 25-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 snmp-server notify <ip-addr> <community-string> no snmp-server notify <ip-addr> <community-string> Definition The IP address to which you want trap messages sent. The existing community string for which you are...
  • Page 549: Snmp-Server Password

    snmp-server password Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Changes a user password. You must change user passwords when the engine ID changes. The switch prompts you to enter the new password or passwords. The passwords are case-sensitive and can range from 8 to 64 characters. For security reasons, the CLI does not display the passwords when you enter them.
  • Page 550: Snmp-Server User

    Table 25-9. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Parameter <username> <groupname> localized 25-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 snmp-server user <username> [group <groupname>] [ [localized] auth {sha | md5} <auth-password> [priv <priv-password>] ] no snmp-server user <username> Definition User name for the SNMPv3 user.
  • Page 551 Table 25-9. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Parameter <auth-password> <priv-password> Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition The authentication password for the user: • Text passwords can range from 8 to 64 characters. • Localized HMAC-SHA-hashed passwords must be 20 bytes. •...
  • Page 552: Snmp-Server View

    <OIDST> {included | excluded} Systems P580 and P882. 25-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 snmp-server view <viewname> <OIDST> [{included | excluded}] no snmp-server view <viewname> [<OIDST>] Definition The name of the view that you want to create or modify.
  • Page 553: Show Snmp

    show snmp Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Displays the status of SNMP (enabled or disabled) and the administrative contact and physical location of the switch, if set. Syntax show snmp Sample Output SNMP engine is enabled Contact Information: Location Information: [Location Not Set] Systems P580 and P882.
  • Page 554: Show Snmp Community

    <community-string> Sample Output COMMUNITY ============= public Systems P580 and P882. 25-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The community string for which you want to view the configuration. GROUP/ATM NOTIFY ============ ATM7 normalRO...
  • Page 555: Show Snmp Engineid

    show snmp engineid Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Displays the currently configured engine ID of the switch. Syntax show snmp engineid Sample Output Engine ID: 00:00:1a:e9:01:0a:14:01:11:00:00:00 Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 SNMP 25-17...
  • Page 556: Show Snmp Group

    Systems P580 and P882. 25-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The group for which you want to view the configuration. SECURITY READ LEVEL VIEW ======== ========...
  • Page 557: Show Snmp User

    show snmp user Command Mode Privileged. Description Displays the currently configured SNMPv3 users. Syntax show snmp user [<username>] Table 25-13. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Parameter <username> Sample Output USER ================ admin initial Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition The user for which you want to view the configuration.
  • Page 558: Show Snmp View

    Systems P580 and P882. 25-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The view for which you want to view the configuration. TYPE SUBTREE ======== ======================== included 1.3.6.1.* excluded 1.3.6.1.6.3.15.*...
  • Page 559: Chapter 26 - Ssh

    Overview This chapter describes the following Secure Shell (SSH) commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 clear ssh ip ssh ssh keygen ssh timeout show ssh 26-1...
  • Page 560: Clear Ssh

    <session-id> Systems P580 and P882 26-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition ID of the session that you want to clear. Use the show ssh sessions command to view current SSH sessions and their IDs.
  • Page 561: Ip Ssh

    ip ssh Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables or disables SSH and changes the port number for SSH. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 26-2. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Keyword, Argument or Option <tcp-new-port> enable Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 ip ssh {port [<tcp-new-port>] [enable] | [enable]} no ip ssh Definition...
  • Page 562: Ssh

    <hostname> Systems P580 and P882. 26-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Uses 3DES encryption for the SSH session. If you do not specify a cipher, the client can use 3DES or Blowfish. Normally, if the remote host supports 3DES, that is the cipher that is used.
  • Page 563: Ssh Keygen

    ssh keygen Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Generates an SSH server key. * Important: If SSH is enabled and you regenerate the SSH server key, Syntax ssh keygen [{rsa | dsa}] [key-size {768 | 1024 | 2048}] Table 26-4. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Keyword, Argument or Option {768 | 1024 | 2048}...
  • Page 564: Ssh Timeout

    <seconds> Systems P580 and P882. 26-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The number of seconds at which you want idle connections disconnected. The valid range is 0 to 1800 seconds. The default setting is 600 seconds.
  • Page 565: Show Ssh

    show ssh Command Mode User Description Displays the SSH configuration, SSH server key, or current sessions. Syntax show ssh {config | public-key | sessions} Table 26-6. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Keyword, Argument or Option config Sample Output Sample output of the show ssh sessions command is as follows: SessionId --------- Document No.
  • Page 566 Sample output of the show ssh config command is as follows: SSH Server Configuration --------------------------- State: Max Sessions: Timeout: TCP Port: Retry Count: Ciphers: Systems P580 and P882. 26-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Enabled 3des-cbc,blowfish-cbc...
  • Page 567: Chapter 27 - Ssl

    Overview This chapter describes the following Secure Socket Layer (SSL) commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip https show ssl cert show ssl certreq show ssl ciphers show ssl config ssl backcert ssl certreq...
  • Page 568: Ip Https

    <tcp-new-port> enable Systems P580 and P882. 27-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip https {port [<tcp-new-port>] [enable] | [enable]} no ip https Definition The port number you want to use for SSL/ HTTPS. Valid ports are 443 or 9000 to 65,535.
  • Page 569: Show Ssl Cert

    Command Mode User. Description Displays the current SSL server certificate. Syntax show ssl cert Sample Output Certificate: O=Avaya Inc., OU=CCIG, CN=Avaya MultiService Switch/ Email=cajunsecurity@avaya.com O=Avaya Inc., OU=CCIG, CN=Avaya MultiService Switch/ Email=cajunsecurity@avaya.com 00:aa:69:db:41:17:b0:4f:3c:fb:6c:98:29:ab:c8: df:50:f4:7b:cf:a3:41:b0:bb:fc:ec:5a:df:d3:a8: c7:82:01:ac:98:e6:cc:bb:91:fb:f5:82:a4:cb:74: 30:5c:b8:68:b9:28:94:68:41:a6:2b:de:41:2b:1d: 4b:c6:1f:ff:23:93:66:2f:ad:0a:ba:22:ea:d4:d2: 7d:cf:d5:6b:23:cf:3f:42:de:cd:3c:25:42:cc:1b:...
  • Page 570 Chapter 27 5d:3b:05:57:0d:80:13:8c:45:78:b0:8c:01:ff:91:63:83:40: 81:7f:be:88:4c:6d:27:a9:44:ed:4b:0c:f5:2c:06:0e:7f:b5: 36:ef:e2:bd:b7:41:01:59:c8:26:f9:c6:fa:86:bd:f0:f3:41: a4:fd:6f:c5:13:df:f9:d8:65:af:bd:80:c0:7c:83:ea:25:09: 59:80:d2:02:88:93:f8:c5:49:df:de:ca:92:78:57:ef:df:b1: 3c:31:1f:40:e6:6d:51:ef:41:c2:98:a3:07:a2:5c:82:17:9b: 94:67:9c:49:17:72:61:ff:5e:d7:cb:a5:7b:f8:ed:a0:64:b4: Systems P580 and P882. 27-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 12:8a:ea:19:32:94:d0:d5:1b Exponent: 65537 (0x10001) Signature Algorithm: md5WithRSAEncryption 04:9e...
  • Page 571: Show Ssl Certreq

    03:be:62:e3:8f:73:7d:64:d4:8f:08:72:6e:15:73: 86:89:58:5b:8f:51:f7:45:13:17:80:57:4b:fe:77: 3f:67:0a:56:70:86:75:ae:fc:ba:42:72:64:25:a8:4b:a9:10: Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Data: Version: 0 (0x0) Subject: C=us, ST=ma, L=concord, O=avaya, Subject Public Key Info: Public Key Algorithm: rsaEncryption RSA Public Key: (1024 bit) Modulus (1024 bit): 2e:68:66:be:ca:88:e0:ec:79 Exponent: 65537 (0x10001) Attributes:...
  • Page 572 Chapter 27 91:b8:f3:79:74:89:c3:d6:25:b9:71:10:26:ff:f4:60:6e:c0: b0:a0:a9:b1:96:7a:92:5a:89:a9:64:77:c1:65:66:cf:53:ac: fd:c1:6b:80:fb:ed:f7:fa:53:ef:fe:f2:e1:e9:59:73:fa:09: 70:85:ff:c0:74:51:92:55:ff:f8:45:6e:28:ed:3d:8d:db:be: 07:50:53:80:87:b1:c2:bf:51:b5:b9:51:f5:a4:c4:c7:4b:07: be:e6:ad:b5:11:32:61:f4:dd:d0:cf:dc:a8:74:64:24:41:9a: Systems P580 and P882. 27-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 52:d1...
  • Page 573: Show Ssl Ciphers

    show ssl ciphers Command Mode User. Description Displays the supported SSL ciphers. The P580 and P882 Multiservice switches support the following cipher suites: Syntax show ssl ciphers Sample Output DES-CBC3-SHA DES-CBC-SHA Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 SSLv3 cipher suites: —...
  • Page 574: Show Ssl Config

    Sample Output SSL Configuration ------------------- Version: TCP Port: State: Systems P580 and P882. 27-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Version of SSL and TLS TCP Port State of SSL SSLv3, TLSv1 Enable...
  • Page 575: Ssl Backcert

    ssl backcert Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Reverts to a backup version of the SSL server certificate. If you revert to a backup certificate, the current certificate is renamed and made the backup for later reuse. Syntax ssl backcert Systems P580 and P882.
  • Page 576: Ssl Certreq

    Keyword, Argument or Option 1024 Systems P580 and P882. 27-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Two-digit country code State or province (full name) City Organization or company name Division or branch name Common name (host name of the server) E-mail address “ssl...
  • Page 577: Ssl Restart

    ssl restart Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Restarts SSL. You must restart SSL after updating the SSL server certificate information. Syntax ssl restart Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 27-11...
  • Page 578: Ssl Selfcert

    After self-signing a CSR, you must restart SSL for the certificate to take effect. For information on how to restart SSL, see Syntax ssl selfcert Systems P580 and P882. 27-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 “ssl restart.”...
  • Page 579: Chapter 28 - Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol

    Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port edge admin state set port point-to-point admin status set port spanning-tree-mode set port spantree force-protocol-migration...
  • Page 580: Set Port Edge Admin State

    Systems P580 and P882. 28-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The module and port or port range. Defines the port as an edge port. Defines the bridge as a nonedge port.
  • Page 581: Set Port Point-To-Point Admin Status

    set port point-to-point admin status Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Specifies whether a port is connected to a shared LAN segment or a point- to-point LAN segment. A point-to-point LAN segment is connected to exactly one other bridge (normally with a direct cable between them). Only point-to-point links and edge ports can rapidly transition to forwarding state.
  • Page 582: Set Port Spanning-Tree-Mode

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 28-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set port spanning-tree-mode {<mod-num> | <mod-swport- range>} [...,{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}] enable set port spanning-tree-mode {<mod-num> | <mod-swport- range>} [...,{<mod-num> | <mod-swport-range>}]...
  • Page 583: Set Port Spantree Force-Protocol-Migration

    Use this keyword if the switch is running IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree. For a detailed description of IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree, see Chapter 7, “Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree,” in User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. 1 of 2...
  • Page 584 <vlan-name> Systems P580 and P882. 28-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The VLAN ID of the bridge in which the bridge port is participating. Use the vlan <vlan-id> keyword and variable when the switch is running per-VLAN or dual-layer Spanning Tree.
  • Page 585: Set Port Spantree Priority

    Use this keyword if the switch is running IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree. For a detailed description of IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree, see Chapter 7, “Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree,” in User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. 1 of 2...
  • Page 586 <vlan-name> Systems P580 and P882. 28-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The VLAN ID of the bridge in which the bridge port is participating. Use the vlan <vlan-id> keyword and variable when the switch is running per-VLAN or dual-layer Spanning Tree.
  • Page 587: Set Spantree

    Spanning Tree. For a detailed description of per-VLAN and dual-layer Spanning Tree, see Chapter 7, “Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree,” in User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1 28-9...
  • Page 588 Chapter 28 Sample Output The following example disables spanning tree 802.1D protocol on a bridge: (configure)# set spantree disable 802.1D Bridge successfully disabled Systems P550R, P580, P880,and P882. 28-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 589: Set Spantree Config

    set spantree config Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the Spanning Tree Protocol configuration. The default setting is per- VLAN. Syntax set spantree config {ieee | per-vlan | dual-layer | disable} Table 28-7. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name ieee per-vlan dual-layer disable Sample Output The following example sets the spanning tree protocol to ieee.
  • Page 590: Set Spantree Default-Path-Cost

    Name common-spanning- tree rapid-spanning-tree 28-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 common-spanning-tree—uses the 16-bit default path costs from IEEE Std. 802.1D-1998: — For 10 MB ports, 100 — For 100 MB ports, 19 — For 1 GB ports, 4 —...
  • Page 591 Use this keyword if the switch is running IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree. For a detailed description of IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree, see Chapter 7, “Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree,” in User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. The VLAN ID of the bridge.
  • Page 592: Set Spantree Fwddelay

    <fwddelay-value> 802.1D <vlan-id> <vlan-name> 28-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The forward delay value for the bridge, in seconds. The range is 4-30 seconds. The default setting is 15 seconds. Use this keyword if the switch is running IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree.
  • Page 593 Sample Output The following example sets the spanning tree forward delay to 12 seconds. (configure)# set spantree fwddelay 12 802.1D Bridge Forward Delay Time Successfully set to 12 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol 28-15...
  • Page 594: Set Spantree Hello

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 28-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The hello time value for the bridge, in seconds. The ranges is 1-10 seconds. The default setting is 2 seconds.
  • Page 595: Set Spantree Hold-Count

    Use this keyword if the switch is running IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree. For a detailed description of IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree, see Chapter 7, “Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree,” in User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. The VLAN ID of the bridge.
  • Page 596: Set Spantree Maxage

    802.1D <vlan-id> <vlan-name> 28-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The maximum amount of time that the bridge retains bridging information. When the maximum age expires, the bridge assumes it has lost connection to the network and sends out requests to be readded to the spanning tree.
  • Page 597 Sample Output The following example sets the spanning tree maximum age to 25 seconds. (configure)# set spantree maxage 25 802.1D Bridge MaxAge Successfully set to 25 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol 28-19...
  • Page 598: Set Spantree Portcost

    The default setting is 0. If this field is set to 0, the port uses the default path cost for the bridge. Common Spanning Tree defaults are: Rapid Spanning Tree defaults are: 28-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 10 Mbps port—100 100 Mbps port —19 1Gbps port—4 10 Gpbs port—3 10 Mbps port—2,000,000...
  • Page 599 Spanning Tree. For a detailed description of IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree, see Chapter 7, “Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree,” in User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. The VLAN ID of the bridge in which the bridge port is participating.
  • Page 600 The following example sets the path cost for the bridge. (configure)# set spantree portcost 5/1 15 802.1D Port 5/1 path cost successfully set to 15. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 28-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 601: Set Spantree Priority

    Use this keyword if the switch is running IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree. For a detailed description of IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree, see Chapter 7, “Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree,” in User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1.
  • Page 602 <vlan-name> Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 28-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The VLAN ID of the bridge. Use the vlan <vlan-id> keyword and variable when the switch is running per-VLAN or dual-layer Spanning Tree.
  • Page 603: Set Spantree Version

    set spantree version Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the version of spanning tree that you want the switch to run. Syntax set spantree version {common-spanning-tree | rapid-spanning-tree} Table 28-15. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name common-spanning-tree rstp Systems P580 and P882. Document No.
  • Page 604: Show Spantree

    802.1D <vlan-id> <vlan-name> 28-26 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Display all the bridges in configuration mode. • IEEE mode - Displays only the 802.1D bridge. • per-vlan or dual-layer mode - Displays all of the VLAN bridges.
  • Page 605 Sample Output The following example shows all of the spanning tree bridges that are configured on the switch: > show spantree all Name/Vlan Status Bridge ID --------- ------- ------------------ Default Enabled 0x800100306DBBA000 vlan1 Enabled 0x806500306DBBA000 vlan2 Enabled 0x806600306DBBA000 vlan3 Enabled 0x806700306DBBA000 TimeSince TopChange...
  • Page 606: Show Spantree Blocked

    -------- ------- --------- 0x80AA 0x80(128) 170 0x80DA 0x80(128) 218 Systems P580 and P882. 28-28 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Number Role State ------- ----- ------ Backup Discard 0 Backup Discard 0 Admin Cost...
  • Page 607: Show Spantree Config

    show spantree config Command Mode User. Description Displays the current global spanning tree configuration. Syntax show spantree config Sample Output The following example displays the spanning tree configuration on the switch. > show spantree config Spanning Tree Config: Per-Vlan Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 608: Show Spantree Port

    Name 802.1D <vlan-id> <vlan-name> 28-30 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Displays all bridge ports in the 802.1D bridge. 802.1D bridges can be viewed only when the switch is running 802.1D Spanning Tree.
  • Page 609 Sample Output The following example displays the port attributes for the bridge ports on the VLAN configured for 802.1D. > show spantree port vlan 802.1D Name/Vlan Status Bridge ID ---------- ------- ---------- vlan3 Enabled 0x806800306DBBA000 Mod/Port PortId Priority -------- ------- -------- 0x80AC 0x80(128)
  • Page 610: Show Spantree Version

    Spanning Tree or Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP). Syntax show spantree version Sample Output Spanning Tree Config: Per-Vlan Protocol Version: common-spanning-tree (0) Systems P580 and P882. 28-32 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 611: Chapter 29 - Switch Fabric

    Switch Fabric Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set fabric configure-redundant-hardware set fabric enable-redundant-element set fabric toggle-active-controller show fabric status 29-1...
  • Page 612: Set Fabric Configure-Redundant-Hardware

    Sample Output The following example disables the redundant hardware. (configure)# set fabric configure-redundant-hardware disable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 29-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set fabric configure-redundant-hardware enable set fabric configure-redundant-hardware disable...
  • Page 613: Set Fabric Enable-Redundant-Element

    set fabric enable-redundant-element Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the enabled redundant element. This command does not have reverse mapping. It is not saved to the running or startup configuration file. The configuration is both user and run-time modified. Syntax set fabric enable-redundant-element {normal | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6} * Note: This command is for debug purposes only and is not Table 29-1.
  • Page 614: Set Fabric Toggle-Active-Controller

    * Note: This command is for debug purposes only and is not Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 29-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 recommended for use in a production environment.
  • Page 615: Show Fabric Status

    show fabric status Command Mode User. Description Displays the switch fabric status. Syntax show fabric status Sample Output The following example displays the fabric status. > show fabric status Component Switch Controller: Redundant Controller: Switch Elements: Redundant Element: Enabled Redundant Element Normal Redundant Hardware Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 616 Chapter 29 29-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 617: Chapter 30 - System

    System Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 boot system flash calendar set clear utilization high-threshold clear utilization monitoring clear utilization threshold-event clock set clock summer-time recurring clock timezone copy copy <filename>...
  • Page 618 Chapter 30 30-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 copy tftp copy tftp bootflash copy tftp flash copy tftp pcmcia copy tftp running-config copy tftp startup-config cpu_redundancy console cpu_redundancy hello-interval cpu-redundancy mac-prefix cpu_redundancy synchronize...
  • Page 619 System set utilization monitoring set utilization threshold-event setup show boot show calendar show clock show cpu show cpu_redundancy show file_name show flash show running-config show secure-mode show sntp show startup-config show time zone show utilization results show utilization settings show version Document No.
  • Page 620: Boot System Flash

    (configure)# boot system flash cardapp2 Boot flag set to ’cardapp2’. Systems P580 and P882. 30-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Choose app1 or app2. Choose cardapp1 or cardapp2.
  • Page 621: Calendar Set

    calendar set Command Mode Privileged. Description Sets the system calendar. Syntax calendar set <time> {<date> <month> | <month> <date>} <year> Table 30-2. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <time> <date> <month> <year> Sample Output The following command sets the calender date. (configure)# calendar set 14:08:00 05 October 1999 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 622: Clear Utilization High-Threshold

    FIRE FORE Systems P580 and P882. 30-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 command. Definition Resets the high threshold for CPU utilization. 100% CPU utilization is the total capacity of the supervisor module to forward slow path traffic.
  • Page 623: Clear Utilization Monitoring

    clear utilization monitoring Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Disables utilization monitoring for the CPU or forwarding engines. The default setting for utilization monitoring is disabled. Syntax clear utilization monitoring {cpu | forwarding-engine} Table 30-4. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Name forwarding-engine Systems P580 and P882.
  • Page 624: Clear Utilization Threshold-Event

    Table 30-5. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Name forwarding-engine Systems P580 and P882. 30-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Disables event logging for CPU utilization. Disables event logging for utilization of 80- series forwarding engines.
  • Page 625: Clock Set

    clock set Command Mode Privileged. Description Sets the system clock. Syntax clock set <time> {<date> <month> | <month> <date>} <year> Table 30-6. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <time> <day> <month> <year> Sample Output The following command sets the clock to 2:08 p.m. (14:08:00) on October 5, 2003.
  • Page 626: Clock Summer-Time Recurring

    Set of recurring summer time hours succeeded Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 clock summer-time recurring [<week> <day> <month> <hh:mm> <week> <day> <month> <hh:mm> [<offset>]] [no] clock summer-time Definition Week of the month (1 to 5 (where 5=last) ).
  • Page 627: Clock Timezone

    clock timezone Command Mode Privileged. Description Sets the time zone. Syntax clock timezone {<zone-name> | <hours> [<minutes>]} Table 30-8. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <zone-name> <hours> <minutes> Sample Output The following command set the timezone to Central Standard time. # clock timezone cst Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 628: Copy

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the source file in NVRAM. It must be an ASCII script file, with a 1-8 letter base filename, and file extension of ".txt"...
  • Page 629: Copy Running-Config

    copy <filename> running-config Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Executes the specified file in NVRAM. The running (current) configuration displays as a merge of the executed file and the existing configuration, with the executed file taking precedence. Syntax copy <filename> running-config Table 30-10.
  • Page 630: Copy Startup-Config

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the file in NVRAM. It must be an ASCII script file, with a 1-8 letter base filename, and file...
  • Page 631: Copy Tftp

    copy <filename_opt_path> tftp Command Mode Privileged. Description Uploads a specified file in NVRAM to a specified TFTP server. Syntax copy <filename_opt_path> tftp <ip-addr> Table 30-12. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <filename_opt_path> <ip-addr> Sample Output The following example shows the copy <filename_opt_path> tftp <ip- addr>...
  • Page 632: Copy Card-Image Bootflash

    The following example copies the boot image from boot to cardboot. # copy card-image bootflash boot cardboot Systems P580 and P882. 30-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Source and destination of the bootFLASH image.
  • Page 633: Copy Card-Image Flash

    copy card-image flash Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Copies card FLASH images to and from the PCMCIA flash card. Syntax copy card-image flash {app1 | app2 | cardapp1 | cardapp2} {app1 | app2 | cardapp1 | cardapp2} Table 30-14. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {app1 | app2 | cardapp1 | cardapp2} Sample Output...
  • Page 634: Copy Pcmcia

    (configure)# copy boston.txt pcmcia boston2.txt Copied file ’boston.txt’ from /NVRAM system to / pcmcia system. Systems P580 and P882. 30-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition File from /NVRAM files system. File to /pcmcia file system.
  • Page 635: Copy Pcmcia

    copy pcmcia <filename1> <filename2> Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Copies a file <filename1> from the /pcmcia file system to the NVRAM file system <filename2>. Syntax copy pcmcia <filename1> <filename2> Table 30-16. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <filename1> <filename2> Sample Output The following example copies a file from PCMCIA to NVRAM. (configure)# copy pcmcia jerry.txt jerry2.txt Copied file ’jerrry.txt’...
  • Page 636: Copy Running-Config

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the destination file in NVRAM. It must be an ASCII script file, with a 1-8 letter base filename,...
  • Page 637: Copy Running-Config Startup-Config

    copy running-config startup-config Command Mode Privileged. Description Saves the running (current) configuration as the startup (bootup) configuration in NVRAM. Syntax copy running-config startup-config Sample Output The following example shows the copy running-config startup-config command. # copy running-config startup-config Wrote running-config to ’/NVRAM/startup.txt’ Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 638: Copy Running-Config Tftp

    TFTP server 205.181.0.205 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The filename with optional path, which may include a relative sub-directory name. It must be an ASCII script file, with a 1-8 letter base filename, and file extension of ".txt".
  • Page 639: Copy Startup-Config

    copy startup-config Command Mode Privileged. Description Copy the startup (bootup) configuration to the specified file in NVRAM. Syntax copy startup-config <filename> Table 30-19. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <filename> Sample Output The following example shows the copy startup-config command. # copy startup-config text.txt Copied file ’/NVRAM/startup.txt’...
  • Page 640: Copy Startup-Config Running-Config

    The following example shows the copy startup-config running-config command. (configure)# copy startup-config running-config Executing script ’/NVRAM/startup.txt’... Script output written to file ’logfile.txt’. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 641: Copy Startup-Config Tftp

    copy startup-config tftp Command Mode Privileged. Description Uploads the startup (bootup) configuration to the specified file on the specified TFTP server. Syntax copy startup-config tftp <filename_opt_path> <ip-addr> Table 30-20. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <filename_opt_path> <ip-addr> Sample Output The following example shows the copy startup-config tftp command. # copy startup-config tftp jadams/startup.txt 205.181.0.205 Copied startup-config to file ’jadams/startup.txt’...
  • Page 642: Copy Tftp

    205.181.0.205 to ’test.txt’ Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-26 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the file on the TFTP server and in NVRAM, which may include a relative sub- directory name on the TFTP server.
  • Page 643: Copy Tftp Bootflash

    copy tftp bootflash Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Copies a specified binary boot image from a specified TFTP server to bootflash. Syntax copy tftp bootflash <image_opt_path> <tftp-server> Table 30-22. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <image_opt_path> <tftp-server> Sample Output The following example copies a boot image from a TFTP server to bootflash.
  • Page 644: Copy Tftp Flash

    205.181.0.205 to APP1 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-28 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Flash locations. The name of the binary image on the TFTP server; which may include a relative sub-directory name.
  • Page 645: Copy Tftp Pcmcia

    copy tftp pcmcia Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Copies a specified binary image from a specified TFTP server to the PCMCIA flash card. Syntax copy tftp pcmcia {cardapp1 | cardapp2} <image_opt_path> <ip-addr> Table 30-24. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {cardapp1 | cardapp2} <image_opt_path>...
  • Page 646: Copy Tftp Running-Config

    205.181.0.205 to running-config\ Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-30 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the file on the TFTP server; may include a relative sub-directory name. It must be an ASCII script file, with a 1-8 letter base filename, and file extension of ".txt".
  • Page 647: Copy Tftp Startup-Config

    copy tftp startup-config Command Mode Privileged. Description Copies a specified file from a specified TFTP server to the startup (bootup) configuration in NVRAM. Syntax copy tftp startup-config <filename_opt_path> <ip-addr> Table 30-26. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <filename_opt_path> <ip-addr> Sample Output The following example copies the indicated file to the startup configuration file.
  • Page 648: Cpu_Redundancy Console

    The following example changes the ethernet console IP address of the supervisor module in slot 2. (configure)# cpu_redundancy console slot2 1.1.1.1 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-32 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The new IP address of the Ethernet console.
  • Page 649: Cpu_Redundancy Hello-Interval

    cpu_redundancy hello-interval Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the hello time in seconds for the standby supervisor. The valid range is 1 to 300 seconds. The default setting is 5 seconds. The no command restores the default setting. Syntax To Configure: To Disable: Table 30-28.
  • Page 650: Cpu-Redundancy Mac-Prefix

    Chapter 30 cpu-redundancy mac-prefix Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Resets the MAC prefix for the standby supervisor. Syntax cpu_redundancy mac-prefix reset Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-34 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 651: Cpu_Redundancy Synchronize

    cpu_redundancy synchronize Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Synchronizes the active and standby supervisor modules. Syntax cpu_redundancy synchronize Sample Output The following example synchronizes the active and standby supervisor modules. (configure)# cpu_redundancy synchronize Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 System 30-35...
  • Page 652: Delete Pcmcia

    The following example deletes the jerry2.txt from to /pcmcia card file system. (configure)# delete pcmcia jerry2.txt Jerry2.txt deleted Systems P580 and P882. 30-36 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition File to delete from the /pcmcia card file system.
  • Page 653: Dir

    Command Mode User. Description Displays a directory listing of a single file or all files located in NVRAM. Syntax dir [<filename>] Table 30-30. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <filename > Sample Output The following example displays all of the files currently in NVRAM. >...
  • Page 654: Erase

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-38 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the file in NVRAM. It must have a 1-8 letter base filename, and a three letter file extension. No...
  • Page 655: Erase Legacy-Configs

    erase legacy-configs Command Mode Privileged. Description Erases all legacy (v3.x and earlier) configurations (.cfg files) from NVRAM. If you do not plan on going back to 3.x code, this command makes it possible for you to free NVRAM space on your system easily. Syntax erase legacy-configs Sample Output...
  • Page 656: Erase Scripts

    The following example erases all ASCII script files from NVRAM. # erase scripts Successfully deleted all Text files from the system. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-40 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 657: Erase Startup-Config

    erase startup-config Command Mode Privileged. Description Erases the startup (bootup) configuration from NVRAM. Syntax erase startup-config Sample Output The following example erases the startup configuration from NVRAM. # erase startup-config File ’/nvram/startup.txt’ deleted. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 System 30-41...
  • Page 658: Get 48_Port_Mode

    48_port_mode Sample Output The following example displays the status of 48-port mode: (configure)# get 48_port_mode Current Configuration is 48-Port Modules Enabled Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-42 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 659: Get Fabric_Mode

    get Fabric_mode Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Displays the Fabric mode that the switch is currently operating in. To change the Fabric mode setting and speed that the switch operates at, use the set Fabric_mode command. For information on the set Fabric_mode command, see Syntax get Fabric_mode...
  • Page 660: Hostname

    The following command configures the hostname as Avaya 23. (configure)# hostname Avaya 23 Avaya 23(configure)# Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-44 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 hostname <host-name> [no] hostname Definition Name of the host.
  • Page 661: Ip Http Help Server

    ip http help server Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Configures the HTTP server for online help. The no form of this command clears the server location. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 30-33. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <url> <directory> Sample Output The following example configures the HTTP server for online help.
  • Page 662: Nvram Initialize

    Are you sure you want to continue? (Y/N) NV is initialized ... reboot to take effect. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-46 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Startup image Fabric mode 48-port mode...
  • Page 663: Pcmcia Initialize

    pcmcia initialize Description Configure Description Initializes the PCMCIA card. Syntax pcmcia initialize Sample Output The following example initializes the PCMCIA card installed in the PCMCIA carrier on the Supervisor module. (configure)# pcmcia initialize Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 System 30-47...
  • Page 664: Reload

    Initializing the platform ..done. done Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-48 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Resetting Thunderbolt ...done. Setting module to MASTER and resetting chips Creating Ethernet Console ...done. Creating Display Manager ...done.
  • Page 665: Reset

    reset Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Resets the switch and reloads the software. Syntax reset Sample Output The following example resets the switch and reloads the software. (configure)# reset Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 System 30-49...
  • Page 666: Secure-Mode

    “Security,” of User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Systems P580 and P882. 30-50 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 HTTPS SNMPv3 secure-mode no secure-mode...
  • Page 667: Set 48_Port_Mode

    set 48_port_mode Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables 48-port mode on the switch. If you install an 80-series, 48-port, 10/100 module with Telco connectors (M8048R-100TC) in a switch, you must enable 48-port mode for the module to operate. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 668: Set Debug

    To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables debug command. (configure)# set debug on Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-52 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set debug on set debug off...
  • Page 669: Set Fabric_Mode

    set Fabric_mode Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the Fabric mode setting and speed that the switch operates at. Fabric mode 1 operates at 55 MHz. Fabric mode 2 operates at 66 MHz. Only P580 and P882 chassis that contain all 80-series modules support Fabric mode 2.
  • Page 670: Set Utilization High-Threshold

    Default: Table 30-35. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Name FIRE 30-54 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 command. set utilization high-threshold {cpu | FIRE | FORE} <utilization-percent> clear utilization high-threshold {cpu | FIRE | FORE} Definition Sets the high threshold for CPU utilization.
  • Page 671 Table 30-35. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Name FORE <utilization-percent> Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition Sets the high threshold for utilization of the forwarding engine on the supervisor module. 100% FORE utilization is the total capacity of the supervisor module to forward out-of-band traffic.
  • Page 672: Set Utilization Monitoring

    Name forwarding-engine Systems P580 and P882. 30-56 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set utilization monitoring {cpu | forwarding-engine} clear utilization monitoring {cpu | forwarding-engine} Definition Enables monitoring of CPU utilization. Enables monitoring of 80-series forwarding...
  • Page 673: Set Utilization Threshold-Event

    set utilization threshold-event Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Enables event logging for utilization monitoring of the CPU or forwarding engines. When event logging is enabled, the switch generates an event if the high-utilization threshold is exceeded. The default setting for event logging of utilization monitoring is disabled. If you enable event logging for utilization monitoring but do not specify a utilization threshold, the switch logs an event if the CPU utilization or forwarding engine utilization exceeds 95 percent.
  • Page 674: Setup

    To accept the default, press ENTER. Would you like to change the super user password [Yes]? Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-58 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 - the switch-based HTTP server - the Element Management System.
  • Page 675: Show Boot

    show boot Command Mode User. Description Displays BOOT environment information. Syntax show boot Sample Output The following example displays the boot environment information. > show boot Checking for valid image in BOOT. File Information: File Format Type = Binary Target Location = Boot Data Compression = None Product Information: Version Number = v2.00.0...
  • Page 676: Show Calendar

    The following command displays the calendar settings. (configure)# show calendar The date is 06/21/2007 The time is 22:05:34 for Eastern Time (GMT-5) Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-60 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 677: Show Clock

    show clock Command Mode User. Description Displays the system clock. The [details] option displays the summer-time setting (if any). Syntax show clock [details] Table 30-38. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name details Sample Output The following command show the clock details. (configure)# show clock details The date is 06/21/2007 The time is 22:04:39 for Eastern Daylight-5) Summer time hours are in effect...
  • Page 678: Show Cpu

    Hello interval Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-62 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Displays Configuration information for the supervisor modules in slots 1 and 2. Displays Status information for the supervisor modules in slots 1 and 2.
  • Page 679: Show Cpu_Redundancy

    show cpu_redundancy Command Mode User. Description Displays configuration and status information about the redundant supervisor. Syntax show cpu_redundancy {config | status} Table 30-40. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name config status Sample Output The following example displays the config information for the redundant supervisor slots 1 and 2.
  • Page 680: Show File_Name

    "$tSfIcnbTP.pxRf7BrhGW31" access-type. Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-64 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of a script file in NVRAM. This command works only with filenames that have a “.txt” extension.
  • Page 681: Show Flash

    show flash Command Mode User. Description Displays the layout and contents of flash memory. Syntax show flash Sample Output The following example displays the layout and the content of the switch’s flash memory. > show flash Checking for valid image in BOOT. File Information: Product Information: Image Information:...
  • Page 682: Show Running-Config

    "diag" password encrypted-type1 "$PQO.vGxkvDHkEDCJ2YsoD1" access-type read-write username "manuf" password encrypted-type1 "$seHFLP9b16m2v/534WCk90" access-type read-write snmp-server community "public" ro normal Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-66 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 683: Show Secure-Mode

    show secure-mode Command Mode User. Description Displays the secure mode setting. Syntax show secure-mode Sample Output Secure mode enabled Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 System 30-67...
  • Page 684: Show Sntp

    The following example displays information about the SNTP settings on the switch. (configure)# show sntp SNTP client is enabled SNTP server IP address is 199.93.238.247 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-68 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 685: Show Startup-Config

    Sample Output The following example displays the startup-config. # show startup-config Documentation# show startup-config Contents of file ’/nvram/startup.txt’: ! Avaya Inc. Switch Agent v5.0 set intelligent-multicast client-port-pruning enable set intelligent-multicast client-port-pruning time 60 hostname "" snmp-server location "[Location Not Set]"...
  • Page 686: Show Time Zone

    The following example displays the list of time zones set on the switch. (configure)# show time zone --More-- Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 30-70 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Eniwotok(GMT-12) Kwaialein(GMT-12) Midland Island(GMT-11) Hawaii(GMT-10) Alaska(GMT-9)
  • Page 687: Show Utilization Results

    The forwarding engine for which you want to view utilization statistics. numbers, see “Identify the Ports,” in Chapter 13, “Configuring Access Lists,” of User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. System 30-71...
  • Page 688: Show Utilization Settings

    FIRE threshold level is 95 percent FORE threshold level is 95 percent CPU threshold event generation is enabled Forwarding Engine threshold event generation is enabled Systems P580 and P882. 30-72 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 689: Show Version

    Displays the software version currently running on the switch. Syntax show version Sample Output The following example displays the software version currently running on the switch. > show version Avaya Switch Agent v5.3.1 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 System 30-73...
  • Page 690 Chapter 30 30-74 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 691: Chapter 31 - Temperatures

    Temperatures Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 clear temperatures set temperature (shutdown) set temperature (warning) show temperatures 31-1...
  • Page 692: Clear Temperatures

    The following example resets all configured warning and shutdown temperatures to their default settings. (configure)# clear temperatures Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 31-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Shutdown Upper Lower Warning Warning 100°...
  • Page 693: Set Temperature (Shutdown)

    set temperature (shutdown) Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the shutdown temperature for a specific component of the switch. The default setting for the CPU sensor is components is Syntax set temperature {supervisor-slot | backplane-sensor | cpu-sensor | probe} shutdown <temperature> Table 31-2.
  • Page 694: Set Temperature (Warning)

    {upper | lower | low-limit} <temperature> Table 31-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {supervisor-slot | backplane-sensor | cpu-sensor | probe} warning 31-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Table 31-3 Upper Lower Warning Warning 85° 5°...
  • Page 695 Table 31-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {upper | lower | low-limit} <temperature> Sample Output The following example sets the backplane-sensor upper warning temperature to 44° (Celsius). (configure)# set temperature backplane-sensor warning upper 44 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition Indicates warning being changed.
  • Page 696: Show Temperatures

    > show temperature Shutdown (C) Upper Warning (C) Current Lower Warning (C) Low Limit (C) Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 31-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Slot 2 Sensor Backplane Sensor CPU Sensor...
  • Page 697: Chapter 32 - User Interface

    User Interface Overview This chapter describes the following commands: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 configure connect custom-access-type disable enable exit help length password set custom-access-type set debug set login show custom-access-type show history...
  • Page 698 Chapter 32 32-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 terminal output pause terminal parity terminal speed terminal stopbits terminal width username width...
  • Page 699: Configure

    configure Command Mode Privileged. Description Enters the Global Configuration mode. Syntax configure Sample Output The following example enters Global Configuration mode on the switch CLI: # configure (configure)# Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 User Interface 32-3...
  • Page 700: Connect

    The following example connects to the host with the IP address 123.23.23.2. # connect 123.23.23.2 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 32-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The IP address of the host in 4-part, dotted-decimal notation. The name of the host.
  • Page 701: Custom-Access-Type

    custom-access-type Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Creates a custom access type. The switch supports a maximum of 30 custom access types. Syntax To Create: To Delete: Table 32-2. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Name <catName> [sys-configuration] [ro] [module-port-mgmt] [events-mgmt] Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 custom-access-type <catName>...
  • Page 702 Systems P580 and P882. 32-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Allows users to access layer 2 switching settings. If you do not enter this option, users who are assigned to the custom access type cannot access layer 2 switching settings.
  • Page 703: Disable

    disable Command Mode Privileged. Description Exits Privileged mode. Returns to User mode. Syntax disable Sample Output The following example exits Privileged mode. # disable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 User Interface 32-7...
  • Page 704: Enable

    Command Mode User. Description Enters the Privileged mode. Syntax enable Sample Output The following example enters Privileged mode: > enable Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 32-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 705: End

    Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Exits Global Configuration mode and returns to Privileged mode. Syntax Sample Output The following example exits Global Configuration mode. (configure)# end Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 User Interface 32-9...
  • Page 706: Exit

    Exits the current mode and reenters the previous mode. Syntax exit Sample Output The following example exits Global Configuration mode. (configure)# exit Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 32-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 707: Help

    help Command Mode User. Description Displays a list of commands that are available in the current command mode and a brief description of each command. Syntax help Sample Output This example displays the commands that are available in User mode. >...
  • Page 708: Length

    The following example sets the number of lines to print to 50: > length 50 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 32-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 length <length> no length Definition The number of lines to print before displaying the --more--...
  • Page 709: Password

    password Command Mode User. Description Changes a user password. All users can change their own passwords. Syntax password <passwd> Table 32-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <passwd> Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Definition A new password. Passwords can consist of a maximum of 31 characters.
  • Page 710: Set Custom-Access-Type

    [module-port-mgmt] [events-mgmt] 32-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 create a custom access type, you must specify read-only, read- write, or no permission when you use the set custom-access- type command to modify a custom access type.
  • Page 711 Table 32-5. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Name [l2-switching] [routing] Sample Output For example, the following command gives custom access type CAT1 read- write permission for module and port settings and read-only permission for system configuration settings: (configure)# custom-access-type CAT1 sys-configuration ro module-port-mgmt rw The permissions for all other features are unchanged.
  • Page 712: Set Debug

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 32-16 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 during troubleshooting sessions. If debug mode is enabled during normal network operation, the switch may display messages that users incorrectly interpret as indications of system failures.
  • Page 713: Set Login

    set login Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Configures user account security. Syntax set login [attempts <num-login-attempts>] [timeout-limit <timeout-limit>] [min-password-length <min-password-length>]} Table 32-7. Keywords, Arguments, and Options Name <num-login-attempts> <timeout-limit> <min-password-length> Systems P580 and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 User Interface Definition Number of login attempts that you want to allow users.
  • Page 714: Show Custom-Access-Type

    Chapter 32 show custom-access-type Command Mode User. Description Displays the custom access types that are currently configured on the switch. Syntax show custom-access-type Systems P580 and P882. 32-18 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1...
  • Page 715: Show History

    show history Command Mode User. Description Displays an alphabetic list of the last 20 commands entered in the current session. Syntax show history Sample Output The following example displays the last commands entered in the current session: > show history show appletalk nbp show appletalk route show appletalk traffic...
  • Page 716: Show Login

    Sample Output Login attempt limit: Timeout limit: Minimum password length: 0 characters Systems P580 and P882. 32-20 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Login attempt limit Timeout limit Minimum password length 60 seconds...
  • Page 717: Show Sessions

    show sessions Command Mode User. Description Displays the active Telnet, serial, and PPP CLI sessions. Syntax show sessions Sample Output The following example displays the active sessions: > show sessions Session ID Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. Document No. 10-300090, Issue 1 Line ID Location 6vty...
  • Page 718: Show Username

    Read-write Read-only bill Administrator Systems P580 and P882. 32-22 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 User name Access type Management type Expiration date Status Definition The user account for which you want to view settings.
  • Page 719: Telnet

    telnet Command Mode Privileged. Description Starts a Telnet session to the host that you specify. Syntax telnet {<ip-address> | <host-name>} [<tcp-port>] Table 32-9. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <ip-address> <hostname> [<tcp-port>] Sample Output The following example starts a Telnet session to the switch at 192.161.55.83: # telnet 192.161.55.83 translating 192.161.55.83...ok...
  • Page 720: Terminal Databits

    (configure)# terminal databits 8 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 32-24 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition This is a required parameter. The number indicates the number of bits used in the data stream.
  • Page 721: Terminal Flowcontrol

    terminal flowcontrol Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the flow control for the terminal port (also called console port). Syntax terminal flowcontrol {none | xon/xoff} Table 32-11. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name {none | xon/xoff} Sample Output The following example sets the terminal flowcontrol parameter to xon/xoff: (configure)# terminal flowcontrol xon/xoff Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 722: Terminal Length

    > terminal length 50 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 32-26 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 terminal length <length> [no] terminal length Definition The number of lines to print before displaying the --more-...
  • Page 723: Terminal Output Pause

    terminal output pause Command Mode User. Description Enables output from the terminal to pause when the configured screen length is reached. A pause is indicated by a --more-- prompt. The no form of this command disables this function. In addition, you can terminate a current print job by pressing Control + C at the --more-- prompt.
  • Page 724: Terminal Parity

    (configure)# terminal parity none Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 32-28 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition A required parameter that indicates no parity, odd parity, or even parity checking for the data portion...
  • Page 725: Terminal Speed

    terminal speed Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Sets the baud rate on the console port. The default baud rate is 9600. Syntax terminal speed {300 | 1200 | 2400 | 4800 | 9600 | 19200 | 38400 | 57600 | 115200} Table 32-14.
  • Page 726: Terminal Stopbits

    (configure)# terminal stopbits 1 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 32-30 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition A required parameter indicating how many stopbits are present within each data unit on the wire.
  • Page 727: Terminal Width

    terminal width Command Mode User. Description Sets the number of character columns on the terminal screen. The no form of this command restores the default value of 80 characters. Syntax To Set: To Restore Default: Table 32-16. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <characters>...
  • Page 728: Username

    Table 32-17. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <name> [encrypted-type1] <passwd> 32-32 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 username <name> password [encrypted-type1] <passwd> [access-type {read-only | read-write | admin | <catName>}] [mgmt-type [all] [local-cli] [remote-cli] [web]] no username <name>...
  • Page 729 The <catName> variable assigns a custom access type to the user. For information about custom access types, see Chapter 2, “Setting Up the Switch,” in the User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. The default access type is read-only.
  • Page 730: Width

    The following example sets the number of character columns on the terminal screen to 50: > width 50 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 32-34 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 width <width> no width Definition The screen width (40+) characters.
  • Page 731: Chapter 33 - Vlan

    VLAN Overview This chapter describes: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set 3com-mapping-table set vlan set vlan (frame format) set vlan <vlan-id> <mod-swport-range> set vtp-snooping domain show 3com-mapping-table show vlan show vtp-snooping configure 33-1...
  • Page 732: Set 3Com-Mapping-Table

    Entry (tag) 2 in table "TestTable" was successfully cleared Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 33-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 set 3com-mapping-table <table-name> […table-entry <entry-num> vlan {<vlan-id> | name <vlan-name>} [,] ] clear 3com-mapping-table <table-name>...
  • Page 733: Set Vlan

    set vlan Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Creates a VLAN or modifies the name of an existing VLAN. The clear command deletes a VLAN. If the VLAN that you specify does not exist, this command creates the VLAN. If the VLAN that you specify does exist, this command renames the VLAN and ignores any optional arguments that you enter.
  • Page 734: Set Vlan (Frame Format)

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 33-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The VLAN that the switch port is bound to by its VLAN The VLAN the switch port is bound to by its name.
  • Page 735: Set Vlan

    For more information on the relationship between the settings for trunk mode, automatic VLAN creation, and VLAN binding, see Chapter 8, “Configuring Ports,” of User Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, Software Version 6.1. example, destination unicast storms, and should be used only under special circumstances and only with the assistance of customer support.
  • Page 736 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 33-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The VLAN ID to add or remove ports to or from. The VLAN to add or remove ports to or from.
  • Page 737: Set Vtp-Snooping Domain

    set vtp-snooping domain Command Mode Global Configuration. Description Defines the VTP domain name from which the switch learns VLANs from Cisco VTP frames. The clear form of this command clears any learned or defined domain name. The default setting is a null string. If VTP snooping is globally enabled and you do not set a VTP domain name, the switch automatically learns the domain name from the Cisco VTP server.
  • Page 738: Show 3Com-Mapping-Table

    Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 33-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition The name of the 3Com mapping table. If not included, this command will display all of the tables configured on the switch.
  • Page 739: Show Vlan

    show vlan Command Mode User. Description Displays information about all VLANs on the switch or the VLAN that you specify. Syntax To Display All VLANs: To Display One VLAN: Table 33-7. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name [detailed] <vlan-id> [name <vlan- name>] Sample Output The following example displays detailed information about the VLANs currently configured on the switch.
  • Page 740: Show Vtp-Snooping Configure

    The following example displays vtp-snooping configuration information. (configure)# show vtp-snooping configuration VTP Snooping State: Domain Name: Configuration Revision Number: Updater Identity: Update Timestamp: Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 33-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Enable Corporate 199.160.0.140 99/10/05.10:02:50...
  • Page 741: Chapter 34 - Vrrp

    VRRP Overview This chapter describes: Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 router vrrp ip vrrp ip vrrp (vr-id) ip vrrp (auth-key) ip vrrp (override) ip vrrp (preempt) ip vrrp (priority) ip vrrp (timer) show ip vrrp...
  • Page 742: Router Vrrp

    The following example enables vrrp globally. (configure)# router vrrp Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 34-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 globally. Use the no form of this router vrrp no router vrrp...
  • Page 743: Ip Vrrp

    ip vrrp Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Enables or disables VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol) on an interface. Use the no form of this command to disable VRRP on an interface. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Sample Output The following example enables VRRP on an interface labeled boston. (config-if:boston)# ip vrrp Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882.
  • Page 744: Ip Vrrp (Vr-Id)

    (config-if:boston)# ip vrrp 1 address 10.0.1.2 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 34-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip vrrp <vr-id> address <ip-address> [no] ip vrrp <vr-id> address <ip-address> Definition The ID of the virtual router. The range is 1-255.
  • Page 745: Ip Vrrp (Auth-Key)

    ip vrrp (auth-key) Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Enables or disables the virtual router simple text password authentication for the virtual router ID. Use the no form of this command to disable simple password authentication for the virtual router. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 34-2.
  • Page 746: Ip Vrrp (Override)

    (config-if:boston)# ip vrrp 1 override address owner Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 34-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip vrrp <vr-id> override addr owner no ip vrrp <vr-id> override addr owner Definition...
  • Page 747: Ip Vrrp (Preempt)

    ip vrrp (preempt) Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Enables or disables preempt mode for a virtual router. The default is Enabled. Syntax To Enable: To Disable: Table 34-4. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <vr-id> Sample Output The following example enables preempt mode to virtual router vr id 1 on an interface labeled boston.
  • Page 748: Ip Vrrp (Priority)

    (config-if:boston)# ip vrrp 1 priority 254 Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 34-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 ip vrrp <vr-id> priority <priority-value> [no] ip vrrp <vr-id> priority Definition Virtual router ID.
  • Page 749: Ip Vrrp (Timer)

    ip vrrp (timer) Command Mode Interface Configuration. Description Set the advertisement timer value for the virtual router ID. Use the no form of this command to restore the default value of 1. Syntax To Configure: To Restore Default: Table 34-6. Parameters, Keywords, Arguments Name <vr-id>...
  • Page 750: Show Ip Vrrp

    Interface VRID --------- ---- boston Systems P550R, P580, P880, and P882. 34-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 Definition Filter by interface name. Filter by virtual router ID. Display detailed information. IP Address Timer State...
  • Page 751: Index

    Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 appletalk commands, (continued) appletalk echo appletalk mac-format appletalk routing appletalk static cable-range appletalk vlan...
  • Page 752 26-2 clear ssh clear tcp 11-8 31-2 clear temperatures IN-2 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 clear utilization high-threshold clear utilization monitoring clear utilization threshold-event clearing CGMP snooping statistics LGMP client statistics accessing...
  • Page 753 copy running-config 30-20 copy running-config startup-config 30-22 copy running-config tftp copy startup-config 30-23 copy startup-config running-config 30-25 copy startup-config tftp copy tftp 30-16 30-17 30-18 30-29 30-27 30-47 copy tftp bootflash copy tftp flash 30-28 30-30 copy tftp running-config 30-31 copy tftp startup-config cpu-redundancy console 30-32...
  • Page 754 10-7 removing learned sessions 10-6 removing management ports viewing client ports 10-33 viewing global configuration IN-4 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 interface 11-9 interval DVMRP neighbor timeout display contents 11-39 ip access group...
  • Page 755 IP commands, (continued) ip telnet inactivity-period 11-47 11-48 ip telnet port ip vlan 11-49 11-50 ping 11-51 redistribute show ip arp 11-54 11-55 11-56 show ip interface 11-57 show ip irdp show ip route 11-59 11-62 show ip traffic 11-63 show tcp configuration show udp statistics 11-66...
  • Page 756 13-30 ipx send-triggered-updates 13-31 13-32 ipx service IN-6 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 IPX commands, (continued) 34-7 ipx type-20-propagation ipx update interval ipx vlan show ipx cache show ipx interface...
  • Page 757 L3 Cache commands, (continued) ip unicast route-cache aging 14-8 ip unicast route-cache hash-depth ip unicast route-cache hash-mode ip unicast route-cache max-size ip unicast route-cache update-timeout ipx route-cache aging 14-12 14-13 ipx route-cache hash-mode 14-14 ipx route-cache max-size ipx route-cache update-timeout 14-16 show ip multicast cache 14-17...
  • Page 758 32-5 IP-RIP command network IP-RIP command 12-10 19-27 19-28 network area IN-8 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 no form no network area notes setting module notes page 10-21 nvram initialize OSPF commands 19-3...
  • Page 759 Policy commands ip access-list 20-11 20-14 show access-group show access-lists 20-15 20-17 show ip access-lists 21-1 Port commands {set | clear} port huntgroup 21-6 21-3 clear port counters set port 3com-mapping-table set port allow-learning 21-5 21-7 set port auto-negotiation set port auto-negotiation-duplex-advertisement 21-8 set port auto-negotiation-speed-advertisement 21-10...
  • Page 760 32-17 set module name 17-3 17-4 set module notes IN-10 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 2-11 set port 3com-mapping-table set port allow-learning set port auto-negotiation set port auto-negotiation-duplex-advertisement 21-8 set port auto-negotiation-speed-advertisement...
  • Page 761 show 3com-mapping-table 33-8 show access-group 20-14 20-15 show access-lists show acl-match-timer 20-16 2-13 show aft config 2-14 show aft entry show aft instance 2-16 show alarms 16-21 Logging command show appletalk access-lists 3-19 3-20 show appletalk arp 3-21 show appletalk globals show appletalk interface 3-22 3-23...
  • Page 762 28-29 show spantree port 28-30 28-32 show spantree version 26-4 IN-12 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 SSH commands clear ssh 26-3 ip ssh show ssh 26-4 ssh keygen ssh timeout...
  • Page 763 System commands, (continued) copy startup-config running-config 30-25 copy startup-config tftp copy tftp 30-16 30-17 30-18 30-26 30-29 30-27 30-47 copy tftp bootflash copy tftp flash 30-28 30-30 copy tftp running-config 30-31 copy tftp startup-config 30-37 30-38 erase 30-39 erase legacy-configs erase scripts 30-40 30-41...
  • Page 764 (priority) 34-9 ip vrrp (timer) router vrrp 34-2 34-10 show ip vrrp vtp-snooping 33-5 vtp-snooping domain 33-7 width UI command 32-34 IN-14 Command Reference Guide for the Avaya P580 and P882 Multiservice Switches, v6.1 10-36 10-37 10-38 33-10 34-7...

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