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Interface Configuration Guide
7705 SAR-Hm
7705 SAR-Hmc | Release 20.5.R1
Interface Configuration Guide
3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA
Edition: 01
May 2020
Nokia — Proprietary and confidential.
Use pursuant to applicable agreements.

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  • Page 1 Interface Configuration Guide 7705 SAR-Hm 7705 SAR-Hmc | Release 20.5.R1 Interface Configuration Guide 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA Edition: 01 May 2020 Nokia — Proprietary and confidential. Use pursuant to applicable agreements.
  • Page 2 © 2020 Nokia. Contains proprietary/trade secret information which is the property of Nokia and must not be made available to, or copied or used by anyone outside Nokia without its written authorization. Not to be used or disclosed except in accordance with applicable agreements.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Interface Configuration Guide Table of Contents Preface...................11 How to Use This Guide................11 1.1.1 Software Documents in this Documentation Suite ........12 1.1.2 Technical Support..................14 Interfaces..................15 Configuration Overview ................16 2.1.1 Chassis IOM and MDAs ................16 Ports ......................20 2.2.1 Port Types ....................20 2.2.2 Port Features.....................21 MTU Configuration Guidelines ..............22 2.3.1...
  • Page 4 Interface Configuration Guide 4.3.3 Configuring NMEA Parameters ..............49 4.3.4 Displaying GNSS Location and Satellite Information ........50 Wireless LAN Interface..............51 In This Chapter ..................51 Overview....................52 WLAN Radio MDA Configuration ..............53 WLAN Port Configuration ................54 5.4.1 Network SSID ....................54 5.4.2 AP-Specific Parameters ................54 WLAN Security ..................55 WLAN Interface Status ................57 WLAN Statistics..................58...
  • Page 5 Interface Configuration Guide 7.2.2 Command Descriptions ................113 7.2.2.1 Show Commands ...................113 7.2.2.2 Clear Commands ..................121 7.2.2.3 Tools Commands ...................123 Appendix ..................129 Standards and Protocol Support ..........131 Edition: 01 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA...
  • Page 6 Interface Configuration Guide 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA Edition: 01...
  • Page 7 Interface Configuration Guide List of Tables Preface...................11 Table 1 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7950 XRS, and VSR Software Guides ....12 Interfaces..................15 Table 2 CLI Port Identifiers ..................16 Table 3 MTU Default and Maximum Values ............22 Cellular MDA and Ports..............31 Table 4 Default PDN Profile Values ..............45 Wireless LAN Interface..............51 Table 5...
  • Page 8 Interface Configuration Guide 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA Edition: 01...
  • Page 9 Interface Configuration Guide List of Figures Interfaces..................15 Figure 1 Serial Transport Over Raw Socket Application .........27 Figure 2 Raw Socket Packet Processing..............28 Cellular MDA and Ports..............31 Figure 3 Dual SIM Operation ...................38 Edition: 01 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA...
  • Page 10 Interface Configuration Guide 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA Edition: 01...
  • Page 11: Preface

    1 Preface 1.1 How to Use This Guide The 7705 SAR-Hm series of routers is made up of the 7705 SAR-Hm and the 7705 SAR-Hmc. Unless specified otherwise, references in this guide to the router, the node, or the system apply to both chassis.
  • Page 12: Software Documents In This Documentation Suite

    Preface Interface Configuration Guide 1.1.1 Software Documents in this Documentation Suite The software guides that make up the documentation suite for the 7705 SAR-Hm series of routers are as follows: • 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide • 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Interface Configuration Guide...
  • Page 13 Appliance Guide 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, This guide describes log events that apply to the 7950 XRS, and VSR Log 7705 SAR-Hm series of routers. Events Guide 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, and This guide describes the Triple Play Service Delivery...
  • Page 14: Technical Support

    Interface Configuration Guide 1.1.2 Technical Support If you purchased a service agreement for your 7705 SAR-Hm series router and related products from a distributor or authorized reseller, contact the technical support staff for that distributor or reseller for assistance. If you purchased a Nokia...
  • Page 15: Interfaces

    2 Interfaces This chapter provides overview information about the types of interfaces supported on 7705 SAR-Hm series routers. Note: For specific information about the topics that are not explicitly described in this guide (in black text in the list below), refer to the corresponding sections in the 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7950 XRS, and VSR Interface Configuration Guide.
  • Page 16: Configuration Overview

    (administratively enabled), the entity is considered provisioned. 2.1.1 Chassis IOM and MDAs The 7705 SAR-Hm series routers have a fixed physical configuration that uses an integrated control and switching functional block. The Input/Output module (IOM) and Media Dependent Adapters (MDAs) are also integrated into the chassis.
  • Page 17 • virtualized integrated ISA MDA in slot 1/5—isa-tunnel-v • virtualized integrated BB ISA MDA in slot 1/6—isa-bb-v The following CLI output shows the factory-provisioned settings when the show card state command is issued on the 7705 SAR-Hm. *A:cses-V34# show card state ===============================================================================...
  • Page 18 Interfaces Interface Configuration Guide The CLI output for the example above looks similar to the following output when the config>card 1 and the info commands are issued on the 7705 SAR-Hm: *A:cses-V34>config# card 1 *A:cses-V34>config>card# info ---------------------------------------------- card-type iom-sar-hm mda 1...
  • Page 19 Interface Configuration Guide Interfaces The CLI output for the example above looks similar to the following output when the config>card 1 and the info commands are issued on the 7705 SAR-Hmc: A:kansarhmc1: Dut-A>config>card# info ---------------------------------------------- card-type iom-sar-hmc mda 1 mda-type i2-cellular no shutdown exit mda 2...
  • Page 20: Ports

    Interfaces Interface Configuration Guide 2.2 Ports This section provides information about the types of ports supported on the system. 2.2.1 Port Types The system supports the port types listed below. • Cellular The cellular interface supports dual SIM operation using major carrier frequency bands in North America, EMEA, and APAC.
  • Page 21: Port Features

    Interface. WLAN traffic that is received from WLAN stations connected to the WLAN AP is transported over a Layer 2 service using an Epipe. Refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide for details about configuring services for the WLAN AP.
  • Page 22: Mtu Configuration Guidelines

    1486 bytes must be configured (using the ip-mtu command) for the PDN router interface. For information about configuring the PDN router interface, refer to “PDN Router Interface Command Reference” in the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide.
  • Page 23 Interface Configuration Guide Interfaces Mobile networks often require a strict IP layer MTU for the LTE interface that is less than or equal to1486 bytes. Consult with the cellular service provider regarding the correct IP layer MTU value to set for the associated PDN router interface. The SAP MTU settings must also correctly account for the PDN router interface IP layer MTU, as services that are transported over the cellular interface are impacted by this configuration.
  • Page 24: Mtu Considerations Over The Wlan Interface

    Ethernet port maximum MTU value by using GRE SDP fragmentation and reassembly. Refer to “GRE SDP Tunnel Fragmentation and Reassembly” in the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide. 2.3.3 MTU Considerations Over the WLAN Interface The WLAN port MTU value is set to 1500 bytes and cannot be changed.
  • Page 25 Interface Configuration Guide Interfaces For example, when the WLAN interface AP is connected to the Nokia WLAN GW using an Epipe service, there is at most 1454 bytes available to carry a Layer 2 packet for the WLAN AP packet that includes a Layer 2 header of 14 bytes (see...
  • Page 26: Serial Transport Over Raw Sockets

    Layer 3 VPRN service that includes 7705 SAR-Hm and 7705 SAR-8/7705 SAR-18 nodes. A raw socket local host (acting as a server) at the 7705 SAR-Hm substation listens to TCP sessions that originate at the 7705 SAR-8 or 7705 SAR-18 central location network operations center (NOC).
  • Page 27: Raw Socket Configuration

    Service Port: 5001 Port: 1027 Serial (VPRN) GigE RTU/IED Eth card Port: 5002 7705 SAR-Hm 7705 SAR-8/18 IP: z.z.z.z Port: 1028 7705 SAR can act as both client and server simultaneously Central location NOC Substation 28013 2.4.1 Raw Socket Configuration A raw socket IP transport interface can be configured for each RS-232 serial port on a node.
  • Page 28: Raw Socket Packet Processing

    For information on how the IP transport subservice operates within a VPRN service, as well as information on the required system-level configuration, refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide, Layer 2 and Layer 3 Services chapter, “Raw Socket IP Transport Service”.
  • Page 29: Raw Socket Processing For Udp Sessions

    Interface Configuration Guide Interfaces 2.4.2.1 Raw Socket Processing for UDP Sessions When the local host receives a UDP packet from a remote host, it queues the packet and sends it over the serial link. The local host remembers the UDP session while there is still data to send from the serial link.
  • Page 30 Interfaces Interface Configuration Guide If the command is enabled, the node will monitor the serial port for a constant character stream. A configurable squelch delay period, using the squelch-delay command, is used to determine how long to measure the constant character stream before initiating the squelch function.
  • Page 31: Cellular Mda And Ports

    • Firmware Update For more information about using the cellular MDA and ports for establishing IP/MPLS service, refer to the following sections in the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide: • PDN Router Interfaces • Services over the Cellular PDN Interface •...
  • Page 32: Overview

    Refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Software Release Notes for details about updating the radio firmware to the correct version.
  • Page 33: Cellular Mda Management

    PDN profile configuration, see Profile. • A PDN router interface must be created for each cellular port to enable services over the cellular port; for information, refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide, “PDN Router Interfaces”. 3.4 Cellular MDA Management Cellular MDA management activities include the following: •...
  • Page 34: Sim Installation And Configuration

    Automatic Discovery Protocol (ADP-Hm) on the node, a SIM must be inserted into slot 1; otherwise, ADP-Hm will not function. For more information on ADP-Hm, refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide “Basic System Configuration”. For information about dual SIM operation, see Dual SIM Deployment.
  • Page 35 Interface Configuration Guide Cellular MDA and Ports Caution: Avoid entering an invalid PIN in the system configuration. If an invalid PIN is saved to the system configuration file, the system will attempt to enter that PIN on the SIM each time the system reboots.
  • Page 36 Cellular MDA and Ports Interface Configuration Guide • unblock-sim—this command unblocks a SIM that is currently blocked because too many attempts were made to access the SIM with an incorrect PIN. To unblock the SIM, the operator must enter the PUK for the SIM and then enter a new PIN twice.
  • Page 37: Down-Recovery Timer And Criteria

    Interface Configuration Guide Cellular MDA and Ports 3.4.2 Down-Recovery Timer and Criteria A down-recovery timer can be set so that if the cellular MDA fails to establish cellular service for any SIM within a specified duration, the node will reboot. The down-recovery-interval is configured at the cellular MDA level and is not specific to a particular SIM.
  • Page 38: Dual Sim Deployment

    Caution: A SIM switchover is service-affecting. Operators should perform a SIM switchover only when necessary, as overly frequent switchovers will impact service operation. Figure 3 shows dual SIM operation on a 7705 SAR-Hm. Dual SIM Operation Figure 3 7705 SAR-Hm...
  • Page 39: Enabling Dual Sim Operation

    • procure two SIMs, each for a different cellular network • if ADP-Hm is required, insert the SIM needed to operate with ADP-Hm into SIM slot 1. For more information on ADP-Hm, refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide, “Basic System Configuration”.
  • Page 40 Cellular MDA and Ports Interface Configuration Guide When the system powers up or reboots, it uses the active-sim setting to determine which SIM is the active SIM. If the operator configures the active-sim as 1 but there is no physical SIM in the associated SIM slot, the cellular port remains operationally down.
  • Page 41: Criteria For Automatic Failover

    Interface Configuration Guide Cellular MDA and Ports 3.4.3.3 Criteria for Automatic Failover When the active-sim command is set to auto, the operator can configure the parameters that will cause an automatic failover to occur. The parameters that serve as criteria for automatic failover are: •...
  • Page 42 Cellular MDA and Ports Interface Configuration Guide When the BGP operational state criterion is specified, the system monitors the operational state of the BGP sessions. If all the BGP sessions are operationally down for a specified failure-duration, the system performs a SIM failover and attempts to establish cellular service using the other SIM.
  • Page 43: Cellular Port Management

    PDN router interface in order to allow routed traffic and services over the PDN connection and over the cellular network. For more information on the PDN router interface, refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide, “PDN Router Interfaces”.
  • Page 44: Pdn Profile

    Cellular MDA and Ports Interface Configuration Guide 3.5.1.1 PDN Profile The node uses PDN profiles to establish PDN connections over a cellular port. When the default PDN profile is not sufficient to establish connections, a PDN profile must be created. Manually created PDN profiles contain additional cellular network access configuration items that are not stored on the SIM but that are required in order to establish a PDN connection.
  • Page 45: Table 4 Default Pdn Profile Values

    Interface Configuration Guide Cellular MDA and Ports 3.5.1.1.1 Default PDN Profile Table 4 lists the settings for the default PDN profile. The default PDN profile is always used when installing a new SIM and running the ADP-Hm process. It can also be used to establish cellular connections that do not require PDN profile configurations.
  • Page 46: Firmware Update

    2 when either SIM is active and no other firmware is specified for that SIM. Refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Software Release Notes for information about the node variants that require firmware updates to operate in a particular service provider network and for information about the firmware that must be used when operating on wireless carriers that require specific firmware.
  • Page 47: Gnss Receiver

    Interface Configuration Guide GNSS Receiver 4 GNSS Receiver 4.1 In This Chapter This chapter provides information about the GNSS receiver. Topics include: • Overview • GNSS Configuration Edition: 01 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA...
  • Page 48: Overview

    GNSS Receiver Interface Configuration Guide 4.2 Overview The GNSS receiver is used for streaming location information from the node (for example, for vehicle position information) or for querying GNSS information on the node. 4.3 GNSS Configuration GNSS services are enabled in the CLI under the cellular MDA (mda 1/1). Use the CLI for the following: •...
  • Page 49: Configuring The Gnss Satellite Constellation

    NMEA sentence. The node uses an IP transport service to send NMEA sentences to remote hosts. For information about enabling IP transport for NMEA sentences, refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide, “GNSS NMEA Data IP Transport Service”.
  • Page 50: Displaying Gnss Location And Satellite Information

    GNSS Receiver Interface Configuration Guide The sentence interval specifies the frequency with which NMEA sentences are sent from the GNSS receiver. The interval can be set from 1 s to 3600 s. Different sentence types can be enabled concurrently so that multiple sentences can be streamed per sentence interval.
  • Page 51: Wireless Lan Interface

    Interface Configuration Guide Wireless LAN Interface 5 Wireless LAN Interface 5.1 In This Chapter This chapter provides information about the wireless LAN (WLAN) interface. Topics include: • Overview • WLAN Radio MDA Configuration • WLAN Port Configuration • WLAN Security •...
  • Page 52: Overview

    The WLAN interface acts as an access point (AP) that clients can use to connect to the node. The interface can provide connectivity from the AP to the Nokia WLAN gateway (GW) for subscriber and WLAN access, and for WLAN mobility management.
  • Page 53: Wlan Radio Mda Configuration

    Interface Configuration Guide Wireless LAN Interface 5.3 WLAN Radio MDA Configuration The following parameters must be configured for the WLAN MDA: • country code • AP frequency band • AP channel • AP bandwidth • administrative status • beacon interval The country-code is required to bring the radio up.
  • Page 54: Wlan Port Configuration

    Wireless LAN Interface Interface Configuration Guide The WLAN radio can be put into reset mode using the shutdown command in the config>card>mda context. Any configured WLAN ports become operationally down when the WLAN radio is in reset mode. When the no shutdown command is issued in this context, the radio comes out of reset and configured WLAN ports can begin operating.
  • Page 55: Wlan Security

    Interface Configuration Guide Wireless LAN Interface • the length of time the port waits before releasing and disconnecting a client when the client has not transmitted nor received any data, using the client-timeout command The DHCP relay setting can be modified without shutting down the WLAN AP port. All other AP parameters can only be modified when the WLAN port is shut down.
  • Page 56: Table 5 Wlan Client Authentication Types

    Wireless LAN Interface Interface Configuration Guide Table 5 lists the authentication methods that the node supports for clients that attach to the WLAN AP port. WLAN Client Authentication Types Table 5 Authentication Description User User Server Type Password Certificate Certificate EAP-TLS The EAP-Transport Layer Security (TLS) Optional...
  • Page 57: Wlan Interface Status

    Interface Configuration Guide Wireless LAN Interface 5.6 WLAN Interface Status Table 6 describes the operational states that apply to the WLAN interface. WLAN Interface Status Table 6 Status Description AdminDown the WLAN port is administratively disabled RfAdminDown the WLAN radio is administratively disabled RfChScanInProgress the WLAN radio is scanning frequencies for ACS (Auto-Channel Select)
  • Page 58: Wlan Statistics

    Wireless LAN Interface Interface Configuration Guide 5.7 WLAN Statistics Statistics items can be displayed on the CLI for the WLAN port and for each WLAN instance. The node also collects access point and client-specific data transfer and operational statistics. 5.7.1 WLAN Port Statistics On the WLAN port, the CLI displays a summary of the total port traffic in and out of the WLAN radio.
  • Page 59: Configuring Physical Ports

    Interface Configuration Guide Configuring Physical Ports 6 Configuring Physical Ports This chapter provides information about configuring physical ports with the CLI on the node. Topics in this chapter include: • Configuring Ethernet Port Parameters • Configuring Cellular Port Parameters • Configuring Serial Port Parameters •...
  • Page 60: Configuring Serial Port Parameters

    Configuring Physical Ports Interface Configuration Guide 6.3 Configuring Serial Port Parameters Use the following CLI syntax to configure parameters on an RS-232 serial port. CLI Syntax: config# port port-id no shutdown serial rs232 character-length {6 | 7 | 8} control-lead input dtr-dsr high rts-dcd high...
  • Page 61 Interface Configuration Guide Configuring Physical Ports config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead>input# rts-dcd high config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead>input# exit config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead# output config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead>output# dcd-rts high config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead>output# cts-alb high config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead>output# ri-rdl high config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead>output# exit config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead# monitor config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead>monitor# dtr-dsr config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead>monitor# rts-dcd config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead>monitor# exit config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead# exit config>port>serial>rs232# hold-time up 100 config>port>serial>rs232# no loopback config>port>serial>rs232# parity odd config>port>serial>rs232# speed 9600 config>port>serial>rs232# stop-bits 1...
  • Page 62 Configuring Physical Ports Interface Configuration Guide exit exit character-length 8 parity odd stop-bits 1 hold-time up 100 down 100 exit exit exit exit exit ..#-------------------------------------------------- 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA Edition: 01...
  • Page 63: Configuring Rs-232 Raw Socket Serial Port Parameters

    Interface Configuration Guide Configuring Physical Ports 6.4 Configuring RS-232 Raw Socket Serial Port Parameters Use the following CLI syntax to configure an RS-232 raw socket serial port. CLI Syntax: config# port port-id serial rs232 socket description description-string length bytes idle-timeout milliseconds [no] special-char value exit no squelch-delay...
  • Page 64 Configuring Physical Ports Interface Configuration Guide config>port>serial>rs232>socket# exit config>port>serial>rs232# exit config>port>serial# exit config>port# exit Use the admin>display-config detail command to display the raw socket port configuration information. *A:Dut>admin# display-config detail #-------------------------------------------------- echo "Port Configuration" #-------------------------------------------------- ..port 1/3/2 description "RS-232 Serial" serial rs232 socket...
  • Page 65: Interface Command Reference

    Show, Clear, and Tools Commands 7.1 Configuration Commands Note: The commands described in this section apply specifically to the 7705 SAR-Hm series nodes. All other applicable commands supported on the nodes are described in the 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7950 XRS, and VSR Router Configuration Guide, “Router Interface Commands”;...
  • Page 66: Ethernet Commands

    Interface Configuration Guide 7.1.1.1 Ethernet Commands The following commands are supported on 7705 SAR-Hm series nodes. Refer to the 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7950 XRS, and VSR Interface Configuration Guide, “Ethernet Commands”, for the command descriptions. Note: Not all commands that are visible in the CLI, and described in the 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7950 XRS, and VSR Interface Configuration Guide, are supported on 7705 SAR-Hm series nodes.
  • Page 67: Ethernet Access And Network Commands

    Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.1.1.2 Ethernet Access and Network Commands config>port>ethernet — access — bandwidth bandwidth — no bandwidth — booking-factor factor — no booking-factor — egress — ingress — network — accounting-policy policy-id — no accounting-policy — [no] collect-stats —...
  • Page 68: Cellular Pdn Profile Configuration Commands

    Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide config — port port-id — description description-string — no description — [no] shutdown — cellular — — pdn-profile pdn-profile-id — no pdn-profile 7.1.1.4 Cellular PDN Profile Configuration Commands config — system — cellular — pdn-profile pdn-profile-number [create] —...
  • Page 69: Serial Interface Configuration Commands

    Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.1.1.6 Serial Interface Configuration Commands config — [no] port port-id — serial — rs232 — character-length {6 | 7 | 8} — control-lead {input | output} — input — dtr-dsr {high | low} — rts-dcd {high | low} —...
  • Page 70: Serial Raw Socket Interface Configuration Commands

    7.1.1.7 Serial Raw Socket Interface Configuration Commands Note: To enable the serial transport over raw socket functionality on 7705 SAR-Hm series nodes, configure an RS-232 raw socket serial port and create an IP transport subservice within a VPRN service. For information on how to configure an IP transport subservice within a VPRN, refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide, Layer 2 and Layer 3 Services chapter, “Serial Raw Socket IP Transport Configuration Commands...
  • Page 71: Wlan Port Configuration Commands

    Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.1.1.9 WLAN Port Configuration Commands config — port — description description-string — no description — [no] shutdown — wlan — access-point — [no] broadcast-ssid — client-timeout seconds — dhcp — [no] shutdown — dot1x —...
  • Page 72: Configuration Command Descriptions

    Interface Configuration Guide 7.1.2 Configuration Command Descriptions The commands described in this section apply specifically to 7705 SAR-Hm series nodes. All other applicable commands supported on the 7705 SAR-Hm series are described in the 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7950 XRS, and VSR Router Configuration Guide, “Router Interface Commands”;...
  • Page 73: Common Configuration Commands

    Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.1.2.1 Common Configuration Commands description Syntax description description-string no description Context config>card>mda>cellular>sim config>port config>system>cellular>pdn-profile Description This command creates a text description for a configuration context to help identify the content in the configuration file. The no form of this command removes the description string from the context.
  • Page 74: Cellular Mda And Cellular Port Configuration Commands

    Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide 7.1.2.2 Cellular MDA and Cellular Port Configuration Commands port Syntax port port-id Context config Description This command configures an identifier for a cellular port on the node. Up to two cellular ports can be configured and each cellular port is associated with a SIM. Cellular port 1/1/1 is associated with SIM 1 and cellular port 1/1/2 is associated with SIM 2.
  • Page 75 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference When the auto parameter is set in a dual SIM deployment, the node must be configured with a preferred SIM. The preferred-sim command specifies whether SIM 1 or SIM 2 is used for a cellular port after a system reset. If the active-sim value is changed from auto to 1 or from auto to 2 and the active SIM is the same as the new configuration, there is no change to service of the active SIM.
  • Page 76 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide down-recovery-interval Syntax down-recovery-interval interval no down-recovery-interval Context config>card>mda>cellular Description This command configures the length of time in which the cellular MDA must establish cellular service for a SIM before the node resets. It is used in conjunction with the down-recovery- criteria command.
  • Page 77 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference When the command is set to bgp, the node detects if any BGP session whose local-address is configured to a PDN interface name has come up within the configured down-recovery- interval. When a BGP session comes up, the down-recovery timer stops. The down-recovery timer restarts when all BGP sessions associated with PDN interfaces (associated with the configured local-address) are down.
  • Page 78 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide Syntax pin pin-value [hash | hash2] no pin Context config>card>mda>cellular>sim Description This command stores the SIM PIN in the system configuration file. This command does not change the PIN on the SIM. Use the pin command to enter the PIN in the system configuration file from an interactive CLI session.
  • Page 79 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference Default port-oper-state Syntax [no] port-oper-state Context config>card>mda>cellular>sim>failover-criteria Description This command sets the operational status of the cellular port as a failover criterion for the specified SIM. If the operational status of the cellular port remains down for the failure-duration interval, the SIM is considered to be in a failed state and the system performs an automatic switch from the currently active SIM to the other SIM.
  • Page 80 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide failure-duration Syntax failure-duration minutes Context config>card>mda>cellular>sim>failover-criteria Description This command configures the length of time before the SIM is considered to be in a failed state based on the specified failover criteria. The value is used for both configured failover criteria.
  • Page 81 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference pdn-profile Syntax pdn-profile pdn-profile-id no pdn-profile Context config>port>cellular>pdn Description This command assigns a PDN profile to the cellular port. The PDN profile must be configured at the system level before this command can be used; see Cellular PDN Profile Configuration Commands for information.
  • Page 82: Cellular Pdn Profile Configuration Commands

    Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide 7.1.2.3 Cellular PDN Profile Configuration Commands pdn-profile Syntax pdn-profile pdn-profile-number [create] no pdn-profile Context config>system>cellular Description This command creates a PDN profile with an associated ID when used with the create keyword. The system supports up to three PDN profiles: a default profile and two user-created profiles identified as pdn-profile 1 and pdn-profile 2.
  • Page 83 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference authentication Syntax authentication {pap | chap} no authentication Context config>system>cellular>pdn-profile Description This command configures the authentication type used by the PDN profile. The no form of this command removes authentication from the PDN profile. Default Parameters pap —...
  • Page 84 When set to IPv6, the PDN router interface can operate in either static cellular interface mode or dynamic cellular interface mode. For more information on the PDN router interface modes, refer to “PDN Router Interfaces” in the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide.
  • Page 85: Ethernet Configuration Commands

    Description This command configures the duplex mode of a Fast Ethernet port when autonegotiation is disabled. If the port is configured to autonegotiate, this parameter is ignored. The 7705 SAR-Hm only supports full-duplex mode. Default full Parameters full — sets the link to full-duplex mode half —...
  • Page 86: Gnss Receiver Configuration Commands

    Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide 7.1.2.5 GNSS Receiver Configuration Commands constellation Syntax constellation {gps | gps-glonass} Context config>card>mda>gnss Description This command configures which GNSS system or systems will be used by the GNSS receiver. The configuration can be modified only when the GNSS service is shut down. Default Parameters gps —...
  • Page 87 The node uses an IP transport service to send NMEA sentences from the GNSS receiver to remote hosts. For information about enabling IP transport for NMEA sentences, refer to the 7705 SAR-Hm and SAR-Hmc Main Configuration Guide, “GNSS NMEA Data IP Transport Service”.
  • Page 88 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide shutdown Syntax [no] shutdown Context config>card>mda>gnss Description This command enables or disables the GNSS service on the GNSS receiver. Enabling the GNSS receiver causes MDA 1/1 to reset under the following conditions: • when the configuration of the constellation command changes •...
  • Page 89: Serial Interface Configuration Commands

    Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.1.2.6 Serial Interface Configuration Commands serial Syntax serial Context config>port Description This command enables the context to configure parameters for an RS-232 serial port on the node. Default rs232 Syntax rs232 Context config>port>serial Description This command enables the context to configure RS-232 parameters for a serial port.
  • Page 90 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide control-lead Syntax control-lead {input | output} Context config>port>serial>rs232 Description This command enables access to the context to configure the input and output leads that carry control signals. Control signals provide the handshaking for call setup, teardown, and synchronization.
  • Page 91 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference Default high Parameters high — the input control lead is assumed to be on monitor Syntax monitor Context config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead Description This command enables access to the context to monitor the input control leads. When monitoring is enabled on a control lead, the node polls the status of the control lead every second.
  • Page 92 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide output Syntax output Context config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead Description This command enables access to the context to configure the output control leads. Default cts-alb Syntax cts-alb {high | low} Context config>port>serial>rs232>control-lead>output Description This command configures the Clear To Send (CTS) or Analog Loopback (ALB) output control lead.
  • Page 93 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference Description This command configures the Ring Indicator (RI) or Remote Digital Loopback (RDL) output control lead. For a DCE device, the output signal is RI. For a DTE device, the output signal is RDL. Default high Parameters...
  • Page 94 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide The no form of this command disables the loopback on the interface. Default no loopback Parameters bidir-e — configures a bidirectional loopback E parity Syntax parity {odd | even | mark | space} no parity Context config>port>serial>rs232 Description...
  • Page 95 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 19200 — sets the link speed to 19 200 b/s 38400 — sets the link speed to 38 400 b/s 57600 — sets the link speed to 57 600 b/s 115200 — sets the link speed to 115 200 b/s stop-bits Syntax stop-bits {1 | 2}...
  • Page 96: Raw Socket Configuration Commands

    Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide 7.1.2.7 Raw Socket Configuration Commands 7.1.2.7.1 Raw Socket Port Configuration Commands Note: The speed command must be set to a value that supports raw sockets; see Serial Interface Configuration Commands for the required information. socket Syntax socket...
  • Page 97 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference idle-timeout Syntax idle-timeout milliseconds Context config>port>serial>rs232>socket>rx>eop Description This command specifies how long a serial port can remain idle before an EOP is declared and the packet is sent over the raw socket. Default 50 ms Parameters milliseconds —...
  • Page 98 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide Default no special-char Parameters value — specifies the special character, in a decimal or hexadecimal format, that triggers end of packet Values 0 to 255, or 0x00 to 0xFF squelch-delay Syntax squelch-delay seconds no squelch-delay Context config>port>serial>rs232>socket>rx Description...
  • Page 99 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference Description This command clears squelching on a raw socket by setting a limit on the amount of time that squelching can remain active on the port. When the time limit is reached, the auto-clear function is enabled and the serial port’s raw socket is put back into a normal state.
  • Page 100: Wlan Mda Radio Configuration Commands

    Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide 7.1.2.8 WLAN MDA Radio Configuration Commands wlan-radio Syntax wlan-radio Context config>card>mda Description This command enables the context to configure WLAN radio commands. Default country-code Syntax [no] country-code country-string Context config>card>mda>wlan-radio Description This command configures the country code for the WLAN radio. Because the values configured for the channel and bandwidth commands depend on the country-code configuration, the country code must be configured before any other MDA parameters.
  • Page 101 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference frequency-band Syntax frequency-band {2400 | 5000} Context config>card>mda>wlan-radio>access-point Description This command sets the frequency band for the access point configured under the WLAN radio MDA. Default 2400 Parameters 2400 — sets the frequency band to 2.4 GHz 5000 —...
  • Page 102 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide beacon-interval Syntax beacon-interval milliseconds Context config>card>mda>wlan-radio>access-point Description This command sets the beacon interval for WLAN radio access points. The interval is the frequency with which an AP broadcasts a packet in order to synchronize with the wireless network.
  • Page 103: Wlan Port Configuration Commands

    Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.1.2.9 WLAN Port Configuration Commands port Syntax port port-id Context config Description This command configures a WLAN port. The WLAN port identifier for the WLAN MDA is fixed and represents an access point (AP). Default Parameters port-id —...
  • Page 104 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide Default Parameters description-string — description character string. Allowed values are any string up to 80 or 160 characters long (depending on the command) composed of printable, 7-bit ASCII characters. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, etc.), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.
  • Page 105 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference wlan-security Syntax wlan-security [type {wpa2-psk | wpa2-enterprise}] no wlan-security Context config>port>wlan>network Description This command configures the network security type for the specified WLAN interface. When no security type is set, the WLAN interface is considered to be open. When the security type is set to wpa2-psk, the WPA2 PSK pass phrase must be configured.
  • Page 106 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide wpa-passphrase Syntax wpa-passphrase ascii-passphrase [hash | hash2] no wpa-passphrase Context config>port>wlan>network>wlan-security Description This command configures the WPA2-PSK pass phrase when network WLAN security is configured as wpa2-psk. The pass phrase is a pre-shared secret pass phrase that is used to connect potential clients to the AP.
  • Page 107 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference radius-plcy Syntax radius-plcy policy-name no radius-plcy Context config>port>wlan>access-point>dot1x Description This command configures a RADIUS policy for the specified WLAN access point to use when network WLAN security is set to wpa2-enterprise. The RADIUS policy name must have already been configured under the config>system>security>dot1x context before executing this command.
  • Page 108 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide broadcast-ssid Syntax [no] broadcast-ssid Context config>port>wlan>access-point Description This command enables WLAN access points to broadcast the network SSID. The no form of the command disables the broadcast of the network SSID. Default no broadcast-ssid client-limit Syntax client-limit clients...
  • Page 109 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference shutdown Syntax [no] shutdown Context config>port>wlan>access-point>dhcp Description This command disables the DHCP relay function for the specified AP. The no form of the command enables the DHCP relay function on the AP. When a DHCP request is received by a client trying to connect to the AP, the node inserts option-82 with specific information needed to connect to the WLAN gateway.
  • Page 110: Show, Clear, And Tools Commands

    Note: The commands described in this section apply specifically to 7705 SAR-Hm series nodes. All other applicable commands supported on the 7705 SAR-Hm are described in the 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7950 XRS, and VSR Router Configuration Guide, “Router Interface Commands”;...
  • Page 111: Clear Commands

    Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.2.1.1.4 WLAN Radio Commands show — 1/4 [detail] — port port-id [statistics] [detail] 7.2.1.2 Clear Commands 7.2.1.2.1 Cellular Port Commands clear — port port-id statistics 7.2.1.2.2 Socket Statistics Commands clear — port 1/3/1 statistics 7.2.1.2.3 WLAN Statistics Commands clear...
  • Page 112: Tools Commands

    Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide 7.2.1.3 Tools Commands 7.2.1.3.1 Tools ADP Commands tools — auto-discovery {complete | retry | terminate} 7.2.1.3.2 Tools Perform Commands tools — perform — mda 1/1 — cellular — at-command at-command — force-sim-switch — update-firmware firmware-file —...
  • Page 113: Command Descriptions

    Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.2.2 Command Descriptions • Show Commands • Clear Commands • Tools Commands 7.2.2.1 Show Commands • Show Cellular Port Commands • Show GNSS Receiver Commands • Show Serial and Raw Socket Commands • Show WLAN Radio Commands Note: The command outputs shown in this section are examples only;...
  • Page 114 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide Output Example *A:Dut-A# show port 1/1/1 =============================================================================== Cellular PDN Interface =============================================================================== Description : Cellular Interface : 1/1/1 IfIndex : 35684352 Admin State : up Oper State : up IMEI : 35-907206-011054-7 Network Status : registered-home Radio Mode : lte Band...
  • Page 115 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.2.2.1.2 Show GNSS Receiver Commands gnss Syntax gnss Context show>mda Description This command displays detailed GNSS information, including position and satellite information. Output The following output is an example of GNSS information. Output Example *A:Dut-A#: show mda 1/1 gnss =============================================================================== GNSS Information...
  • Page 116 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide 79 glonass 81 glonass 86 glonass 87 glonass 88 glonass ------------------------------------------ No. of visible satellites: 20 ========================================== *A:Dut-A# 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA Edition: 01...
  • Page 117 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.2.2.1.3 Show Serial and Raw Socket Commands port Syntax port 1/3/1 Context show Description This command displays serial and raw socket information. Output The following output is an example of serial and raw socket information. Output Example *A:Dut# show port 1/3/1 ===============================================================================...
  • Page 118 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide ------------------------------------------------------------- Characters received Characters transmitted End of packet idle timeout End of packet length End of packet special character Ingress forwarded packets Egress forwarded packets Ingress dropped packets Egress dropped packets Squelch activated ============================================================= *A:Dut# 7.2.2.1.4 Show WLAN Radio Commands...
  • Page 119 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference port Syntax port port-id [statistics] [detail] Context show Description This command displays WLAN radio port statistics and RADIUS configuration information. Parameters port-id — specifies the physical port identifier, in the format slot/mda/port where slot is always 1, mda is always 4, and port is 1 to 3 statistics —...
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  • Page 121: Clear Commands

    Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.2.2.2 Clear Commands • Clear Cellular Port Commands • Clear Raw Socket Statistics Commands • Clear WLAN Statistics Commands 7.2.2.2.1 Clear Cellular Port Commands port Syntax port port-id statistics Context clear Description This command clears statistical information for a cellular interface port. Parameters port-id —...
  • Page 122 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide 7.2.2.2.3 Clear WLAN Statistics Commands port Syntax port port-id statistics Context clear Description This command clears WLAN statistical information for a WLAN port. Parameters port-id — the WLAN port identifier Values 1/4/1 to 1/4/3 statistics —...
  • Page 123: Tools Commands

    Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference 7.2.2.3 Tools Commands • Tools ADP Commands • Tools Perform Commands 7.2.2.3.1 Tools ADP Commands auto-discovery Syntax auto-discovery {complete | retry | terminate} Context tools Description This command is used to configure the status of the ADP-Hm process running on the node. Parameters complete —...
  • Page 124 Entering n at the prompt postpones the reboot and the firmware is updated the next time the system is rebooted. For the 7705 SAR-Hm, in a dual SIM deployment, to update the firmware on both SIMs at the same time, the operator must execute the update-firmware command for the first SIM and enter n at the reboot prompt.
  • Page 125 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference The firmware for both SIMs can be updated individually, but this requires the system to be rebooted twice. If the update-firmware command is executed multiple times for the same SIM but with different firmware files and no reboot occurs at the time the command is executed, when a system reboot does occur, the firmware is updated with the last firmware file specified in the command.
  • Page 126 Interface Command Reference Interface Configuration Guide When a SIM is procured from a carrier, the SIM PIN is set to a default value. When this command is issued, the CLI prompts the user to enter the current PIN once and then correctly enter the new PIN twice in order to change it.
  • Page 127 Interface Configuration Guide Interface Command Reference unblock-sim Syntax unblock-sim Context tools>perform>mda>cellular>sim Description This command unblocks a SIM that is currently blocked as a result of too many attempts being made to access the SIM using an incorrect PIN. Note: Ensure that the specified SIM is the currently active SIM. When this command is issued, the CLI prompts the user to enter the personal unblocking key (PUK) for the SIM and then enter a new PIN value twice.
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  • Page 129: Appendix

    Interface Configuration Guide Appendix 8 Appendix The channel and channel size of a WLAN access point (AP) depends on the country code. Table 7 lists the channel identifier and bandwidth per country code. Channel Identifier and Size per Country Code Table 7 Edition: 01 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA...
  • Page 130 Appendix Interface Configuration Guide Channel Identifier and Size per Country Code (Continued) Table 7 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA Edition: 01...
  • Page 131: Standards And Protocol Support

    SR OS. Use the features and descriptions outlined in this documentation set and in the relevant software release notes to identify the related standards and protocols that are supported by the 7705 SAR-Hm series. Edition: 01...
  • Page 132 Standards and Protocol Support Interface Configuration Guide 3HE 16178 AAAB TQZZA Edition: 01...
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