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    Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Software Release 3.1.1 Corporate Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134-1706 http://www.cisco.com Tel: 408 526-4000 800 553-NETS (6387) Fax: 408 526-4100 Text Part Number: OL-4455-01...

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    Overview C H A P T E R Cisco Element Manager Framework (Cisco EMF) Software Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Software Key Features of the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Software Accessing Online Help Concepts C H A P T E R...

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    Transient Object States 2-15 Getting Started C H A P T E R Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Workflow Starting Cisco EMF and Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Starting a Cisco EMF User Session Launchpad Launching an Application Map Viewer (Viewer) Groups...

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    SNMP Management 4-14 Viewing the SNMP Management Window 4-15 Modifying SNMP Community Names or Version 4-15 Enabling or Disabling Trap Generation 4-16 SNMP Management Window—Detailed Description 4-16 Community Names 4-16 Version 4-17 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    Downloading, Opening, or Editing the Running Configuration from a Selected Chassis 4-36 Searching in the Configuration Editor 4-37 Downloading the Edited Configuration File to a Selected Chassis 4-37 Configuration Editor Window—Detailed Description 4-37 Configuration Editor Tab 4-37 RPR Configuration 4-38 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    Module Configuration Window—Detailed Description Configuration Tab Module Fault Management Viewing the Module Fault Management Window Module Fault Management Window—Detailed Description Module Availability Cisco Contact Details Module Performance Viewing the Module Performance Window 5-10 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    5-13 Asset Tracking 5-14 Managing Interfaces C H A P T E R Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Interface Naming Conventions Interface Profiles C H A P T E R Interface Profile Types Launching the Interface Profile Windows Creating an ATM Interface Profile...

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    Viewing the APS Configuration Window 8-19 Adding a Working Interface 8-20 Removing a Working Interface 8-20 Adding a Protected Interface 8-20 Removing a Protected Interface 8-20 APS Configuration Window—Detailed Description 8-21 APS Tab 8-21 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    ATM Interface Faults Viewing the ATM Interface Faults Window ATM Interface Faults Window—Detailed Description Fault Tab DS3/E3 Interface Status Viewing the DS3/E3 Interface Status Window DS3/E3 Interface Status Window—Detailed Description 9-10 Status Tab 9-10 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    10-8 Performance (1) Tab 10-8 Performance (2) Tab 10-9 Performance (3) Tab 10-10 SONET Interface Performance 10-10 Viewing the SONET Interface Performance Window 10-10 SONET Performance Window—Detailed Description 10-14 Section Tab 10-14 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    Towards the Fabric (ToFab) 11-4 MDRR Overview 11-4 MDRR in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager 11-4 Implications of Engine Type 11-5 CAR and WRED in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager 11-5 The Workflow for CAR 11-6 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    Applying a CoS Queue Group to an Interface 11-28 Removing a CoS Queue Group from an Interface 11-30 Changing the Association of a CoS Queue Group 11-30 WRED Tx Configuration Window—Detailed Description 11-31 Tx Config Tab 11-31 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide xiii OL-4455-01...

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    11-38 Associated slot—Table Info 11-38 Apply Status 11-38 Managing ATM Connections 12-1 C H A P T E R ATM Connections Supported by Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager 12-2 PVC Connections 12-2 Terminating PVC Connections 12-2 SVC Connections 12-3 Launching the ATM Connections Windows...

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    Deploying VLAN objects 13-4 Deploying a Domain 13-4 Deploying a VLAN and a Sub-Interface Object Under an Existing Domain 13-7 VLAN Configuration 13-14 Viewing the VLAN Configuration Window 13-14 Commissioning a VLAN 13-15 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    Neighbor Tab—Detailed Description 14-13 BGP Neighbor Information 14-13 BGP Neighbor Configuration 14-13 BGP Neighbor Configuration Window—Detailed Description 14-14 Action 14-15 Viewing the Redistribution Tab on the BGP Configuration Window 14-15 Redistribution Tab—Detailed Description 14-16 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    Neighbor Information 14-36 BGP Address Family—Neighbor Configuration 14-36 BGP Address Family-Neighbor Configuration—Detailed Description 14-37 Add/Remove Neighbor 14-37 Viewing the AF-Redistribute Tab on the BGP Address-Family Configuration Window 14-38 AF-Redistribute Tab—Detailed Description 14-39 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide xvii OL-4455-01...

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    Interface 14-63 Neighbor 14-65 Link State 14-66 Host 14-66 MPLS Management 15-1 C H A P T E R Introduction 15-1 MPLS Management Workflow 15-2 Launching the MPLS Management Windows 15-3 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide xviii OL-4455-01...

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    Deploying VRF Objects 16-3 Creating and Configuring the VRF Policy on a Device 16-8 Configuring and Creating a VRF Policy on a Selected Chassis 16-8 Removing a VRF Policy from a Selected Chassis 16-10 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    VRF Object Status 16-26 Viewing the VRF Object Status Window 16-26 VRF Object Status Window—Detailed Description 16-27 General Tab 16-27 Routes Tab 16-28 Route Targets Tab 16-29 Interface Association Tab 16-31 Performance Tab 16-32 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    Removing a Line Card 19-4 Performance Management and Historical Data 20-1 C H A P T E R Performance Information Available Using Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager 20-2 Viewing the Performance Manager Window 20-2 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide...

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    A P P E N D I X GUIs that Synchronize with the Device when Launched GUIs that do not Synchronize with the Device when Launched Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager A P P E N D I X Network Diagram...

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    Contents Running Configs C-11 C-12 N D E X Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide xxiii OL-4455-01...

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    Contents Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide xxiv OL-4455-01...

  • Page 25: About This Guide

    About This Guide This guide provides information on using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager uses the Cisco Element Management Framework (Cisco EMF), which provides element management to simplify the day-to-day tasks of an operator. These tasks can include equipment provisioning, fault monitoring, interface configuration, and gathering and displaying interface performance statistics.

  • Page 26: Document Organization

    Gigabit Route Processors (GRPs), line cards, and supporting modules. Chapter 6 Managing Interfaces This chapter describes the various management tasks that can be performed on the interfaces of the Cisco devices being managed using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. Chapter 7 Interface Profiles...

  • Page 27

    MPLS Trap Configuration window. Chapter 18 Fault Management This chapter describes how to view appropriate fault information on the Cisco 12000/10720 Routers you are managing. Chapter 19 Change Management This chapter describes how to manage the insertion and removal of linecards from the Cisco 12000/10720 Routers being managed.

  • Page 28: Command Conventions, Example Conventions

    Onscreen displays, examples, and scripts C12ooo/C10700 EM Plain screen font User entries in examples and scripts ./cemf install Bold screen font User entry variables remote-host Italic screen Square brackets ([ ]) Default responses [tftp idle] Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide xxviii OL-4455-01...

  • Page 29: Document Conventions, Obtaining Documentation

    Cisco provides several ways to obtain documentation, technical assistance, and other technical resources. These sections explain how to obtain technical information from Cisco Systems. Cisco.com You can access the most current Cisco documentation on the World Wide Web at this URL: http://www.cisco.com/univercd/home/home.htm You can access the Cisco website at this URL: http://www.cisco.com...

  • Page 30: Ordering Documentation, Documentation Feedback

    Cisco Systems Corporate Headquarters (California, U.S.A.) at 408 526-7208 or, elsewhere in North America, by calling 800 553-NETS (6387). Documentation Feedback You can submit comments electronically on Cisco.com. On the Cisco Documentation home page, click Feedback at the top of the page. You can e-mail your comments to bug-doc@cisco.com.

  • Page 31: Obtaining Technical Assistance, Technical Assistance Center

    The Cisco TAC is available to all customers who need technical assistance with a Cisco product, technology, or solution. Two types of support are available: the Cisco TAC website and the Cisco TAC Escalation Center. The type of support that you choose depends on the priority of the problem and the conditions stated in service contracts, when applicable.

  • Page 32: Obtaining Additional Publications And Information

    Cisco TAC website. Some services on the Cisco TAC website require a Cisco.com login ID and password. If you have a valid service contract but do not have a login ID or password, go to this URL to register: http://tools.cisco.com/RPF/register/register.do...

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    You can access Packet magazine at this URL: http://www.cisco.com/go/packet • iQ Magazine is the Cisco bimonthly publication that delivers the latest information about Internet business strategies for executives. You can access iQ Magazine at this URL: http://www.cisco.com/go/iqmagazine •...

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    About This Guide Obtaining Additional Publications and Information Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide xxxiv OL-4455-01...

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    IP backbones. The Cisco 10720 Router provides IP services to users at optical speeds at the edge of their networks. The Cisco 10720 Router provides network access using Ethernet and Dynamic Packet Transport (DPT) technology for optical connectivity.

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    The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application is a carrier class Element Manager (EM) that allows you to manage Cisco 12000/10720 Routers. Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager adds custom windows and modeling behavior to the standard Cisco EMF to allow the management of the Cisco 12000 Series and Cisco 10720 Routers.

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    Manager onto devices using RME ATM Connections Management—Uploads existing PVCs and associated QoS profiles from any • device into the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager and also manual deployment and management of PVCs and SVCs • Subchassis discovery—Determines the physical chassis contents, such as line cards and interfaces Rediscover Line Cards after online insertion or removal (OIR) •...

  • Page 38: Accessing Online Help

    Overview Accessing Online Help Accessing Online Help Each window has the option to click the Help icon, or to select Help from the menu bar. A list of help topics is displayed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    C H A P T E R Concepts This chapter describes Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager concepts and covers the following information: • Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Objects and Interfaces Views • • Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Object States Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Objects and Interfaces Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager manages both physical and logical objects, as follows: Physical—Represents tangible components and devices such as the chassis (hardware frame), line...

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    Concepts Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Objects and Interfaces Physical Objects Table 2-1 lists all physical objects created in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager and the management functions that can be performed on each object. Table 2-1 Physical Objects and Management Functions...

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    Cisco 12000/10720 Router Chassis The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application supports the entire range of Cisco 12000 Series Router chassis like: Cisco 12008, Cisco 12012, Cisco 12016, Cisco 12404, Cisco 12406, Cisco 12410, Cisco 12416 and the Cisco 10720 Router chassis.

  • Page 42

    Chapter 2 Concepts Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Objects and Interfaces Figure 2-1 Cisco 12016 Chassis PWR OK Power shelf and FAULT PWR OK FAULT PWR OK TEMP FAULT I LIM TEMP I LIM TEMP I LIM power supplies Upper blower...

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    Blower Module—The Cisco 12012 and 12016 Routers contain two blower modules, which circulate • cooling air through the card cages in the chassis. Fan Tray—The Cisco 12008 Router contains a fan tray, which circulates cooling air through the card • cage in the chassis.

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    The Cisco 10720 Router does not support Layer 3 QoS objects. Note ATM connections—Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVCs) or Switched Virtual Circuits (SVCs) can be • applied to ATM interfaces. The Cisco 10720 Router does not support ATM connections. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 45

    VLAN and sub-interfaces. VLAN sub-interfaces Use of Telecom Graphics Objects Cisco EMF uses Telecom Graphics Objects (TGO) in the Map Viewer application. TGO is a TeleManagement Forum (TMF) sponsored initiative to provide standard graphical representations for network topology maps.

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    Event unacknowledged count – Event unacknowledged state – – Event outstanding state Figure 2-3 shows an example of a Cisco 12000 chassis map displaying a few of the TGO icons that could appear. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

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    Figure 2-3 Sample Cisco 12000 Chassis Showing Telecom Graphical Objects Refer to the Cisco Element Management Framework User Guide Release 3.2 for further information on the type of TGO objects that can appear in the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide...

  • Page 48: Osi Mappings

    Chapter 2 Concepts Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Objects and Interfaces OSI Mappings Table 2-6 gives the complete list of OSI mappings for all combinations of the Admin and Operational status. Table 2-6 OSI Mappings for the different combinations of the Admin and Operational Status...

  • Page 49: Views, Component Managed View

    Views Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager views can be accessed by clicking on the Viewer icon in the Cisco EMF launchpad. These views appear in the frame at the left of the window when you open the Map Viewer window (see Figure 2-4 on page 2-11).

  • Page 50: Layer 3 Qos View, Network View, Physical View, Vlan View

    This view displays all network devices within their relevant networks and subnets. The auto-discovery system of Cisco EMF uses this view to calculate which devices have already been added to the system, so that it does not try to discover the same device multiple times. For details on auto-discovery, see “IP...

  • Page 51: Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Object States

    The two most common object states are Normal and Decommissioned. For example, when you deploy a line card in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager, the initial state of the line card is decommissioned. You can then commission the line card to begin active management (for details on how to commission a module, see “Commissioning a Selected Module”...

  • Page 52: Decommissioned State, Normal State, Errored, Performance Logging On

    The normal state indicates that an object is operational. When any physical object enters the normal state, Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager performs heartbeat polling on the objects. The heartbeat polling interval for chassis object is 1 minute and for all modules and interface objects, the heartbeat polling interval is 5 minutes.

  • Page 53: Lost Comms, Discovery Lost Comms, Mismatched, Transient Object States

    Now, when the line card becomes available and is placed into the chassis, it is not an ATM OC-3 line card, but a POS OC-3 line card. So when Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager detects the new line card, it finds a mismatch. The line card gets placed into the mismatch state, and a major alarm is raised against the line card.

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    Chapter 2 Concepts Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Object States Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 2-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 55: Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Workflow

    C H A P T E R Getting Started This chapter describes the typical tasks you should complete to start using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. See Figure 3-1 on page 3-2 for further details. This chapter provides the following information: Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Workflow •...

  • Page 56: Chapter 3 Getting Started

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Workflow Figure 3-1 Workflow for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 57: Starting Cisco Emf And Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager, Starting A Cisco Emf User Session

    The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application is viewed through the Cisco Element Management Framework (Cisco EMF). It is important to understand how Cisco EMF works before you use the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application (refer to the Cisco Element Management Framework User Guide for further details).

  • Page 58

    You have three attempts to enter a valid user name and password.After the third failed attempt Note the session does not start and the Login window closes. When a valid user name and the password are entered, the session starts and the Cisco EMF Launchpad (see Figure 3-3) appears.

  • Page 59: Launchpad, Launching An Application

    Starting Cisco EMF and Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Launchpad The icons displayed in the CEMF Manager and Event Manager panels on the Launchpad represent the applications provided by this Cisco EMF installation. Extra icons may appear when additional packages are installed. The icons (see Figure 3-3) represent the standard Cisco EMF tools.

  • Page 60: Map Viewer (viewer), Groups, Access, Event Browser (events), Discovery

    This fault is critical to the running of the network and would need prompt attention. In Cisco EMF, when a condition (fault) occurs on a managed object in the network, the system is notified immediately. Notification is shown as an event and can be viewed with the Event Browser (when configured to do so).

  • Page 61: Notification Profiles, Thresholding Regimes, Event Groups

    Refer to the Cisco Element Management Framework User Guide Release 3.2 for further details on the Notification Profiles application.

  • Page 62: Prefilter, Quitting A Cisco Emf User Session, Deployment

    Cisco EMF session. Deployment The first step toward managing a Cisco 12000/10720 Router is to deploy or pre-deploy the physical objects that you want to manage. Deploying a physical object creates a representative object in Cisco EMF and as a result, makes the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application aware of the physical object’s presence.

  • Page 63: Deployment Process Outline

    Modules—Includes deploying line cards for 12000 Series router chassis and10720 chassis • Pre-deployment Deployment Process Outline Producing a manageable Cisco 12000/10720 Router chassis in Cisco EMF is a three-stage process (see Figure 3-4). Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 64: Manually Deploying A Generic Site Object

    “Manually Deploying a Generic Site Object” section on page 3-10 for further details. The second deployment stage is at the chassis level. The Cisco 12000/10720 Router chassis can be auto discovered or manually deployed. See “IP Auto Discovery of the Cisco Chassis” section on...

  • Page 65

    The Deployment Wizard - Templates window appears (see Figure 3-6) displaying a list of available generic object deployment profiles. Deployment profiles are templates that prompt you for the appropriate information required to deploy the selected object successfully. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 66

    3-6) shows the deployment profile for a Site object is selected. The Deployment Wizard steps through a series of windows that prompt you for the information required to deploy the Site object. Click Forward. Step 5 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-12 OL-4455-01...

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    Figure 3-7 Deployment Wizard - Object Parameters Window (1 of 2) Step 6 Enter the number of Sites required. A single site was entered in this example. Click Forward. Step 7 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-13 OL-4455-01...

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    Deployment Wizard - Object Parameters Window (2 of 2) Enter a Site name. Each Site must have a unique name. In this example the site is called Site-srp. Step 8 Click Forward. Step 9 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-14 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 69

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment The Deployment Wizard - Views window appears. Figure 3-9 Deployment Wizard—Views Window Click Select, to select a physical view. Step 10 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-15 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 70

    Figure 3-10 Object Selector Step 11 Select the object where you wish to place the Site object. Step 12 Click Apply. The Deployment Wizard - Views window re-appears with the selection displayed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 71

    You are prompted to repeat Steps 8 to 13 if you are deploying more than one Site. The Deployment - Wizard Summary window appears. The Summary window provides details of the object you are about to deploy. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-17 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 72

    Deployment Wizard - Summary window. The new Site object (that is, Site-srp) is created and displayed in the Map Viewer window. Figure 3-13 Example Showing the Newly Deployed Site-srp Object Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-18 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 73: Ip Auto Discovery Of The Cisco Chassis

    This is the default mechanism. Auto discovery can discover chassis on more than one subnetwork using multi-hop discovery. It can be scheduled to run at preset times (the Cisco Element Management Framework User Guide details how to set the schedules).

  • Page 74: Manually Deploying A Cisco 12000/10720 Chassis

    Figure 3-14 Example of Auto Discovery Manually Deploying a Cisco 12000/10720 Chassis It is recommended that you ping the Cisco 12000/10720 Router you intend to deploy to ensure the device can be contacted. To deploy a chassis, proceed as follows:...

  • Page 75

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Figure 3-15 Deployment Wizard—Object Parameters (1 of 3) Step 2 Enter the number of chassis objects you want to deploy. Click Forward. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-21 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 76

    Enter the following information: Step 3 12000 Chassis Name—Type in a name (including prefix and suffix) for the chassis you are deploying. A default prefix appears (for example, “12008”). You can delete this prefix and use your own, or you can keep it and add your own suffix.

  • Page 77

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Figure 3-17 Deployment Wizard—Views Click on Select. The Object Selector window appears. Step 5 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-23 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 78

    Choose the site under which you want to deploy the chassis. Click Apply. The Deployment Step 6 Wizard-Views window is displayed with the selected Site object. Figure 3-19 Deployment Wizard—Views Step 7 Click Forward. A Deployment Wizard Summary window is displayed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-24 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 79

    To perform subchassis discovery, see “Commissioning and Subchassis Discovery” section on page 3-26 • If you wish to continue deploying individual modules, proceed to the “Manually Deploying Modules” section on page 3-30. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-25 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 80: Commissioning And Subchassis Discovery

    (which begins the process of subchassis discovery). Figure 3-21 shows a Cisco 12008 chassis map in the Physical view before subchassis discovery. Subchassis discovery discovers all physical objects (that is, modules and interfaces) within the chassis and places them onto the chassis map.

  • Page 81: Commissioning A Chassis

    It is recommended that the Cisco IOS Username and Passwords are set correctly before proceeding. Step 1 Right click on the Site object that contains the chassis you wish to commission, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>Chassis>Configuration. The Chassis Configuration window appears.

  • Page 82

    Deployment Figure 3-22 Chassis Configuration Window Step 2 Choose the Chassis you want to commission from the list box at left of the window. Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager allows you to select and commission multiple chassis simultaneously. Note To select a contiguous block of chassis, click on the first chassis; then, without releasing the mouse button, drag to the last desired entry and release.

  • Page 83

    Commission Status area displaying whether the commission action succeeded or failed. Figure 3-23 shows a Cisco 12008 chassis map in the Physical view after successful subchassis discovery. Modules and interfaces are automatically deployed within the chassis and enter the commissioned state.

  • Page 84: Decommissioning A Chassis, Object States, Manually Deploying Modules

    Decommissioning a chassis, decommissions all the objects within the chassis, and active management (such as polling) stops on the chassis and on all objects within the chassis. To decommission a chassis, proceed as follows: Right click on the chassis you want to decommission, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Step 1 Manager>Configuration>Chassis>Configuration.

  • Page 85: User Named Vs. Auto Named Module Deployment, Manually Deploying A Grp Card

    To deploy a GRP, proceed as follows: Right-click on the slot within the chassis where you want the GRP to be deployed, then choose Step 1 Deployment>Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Module>RP>GRP. The Deployment Wizard appears. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-31...

  • Page 86

    “User Named vs. Auto Named Module Deployment” section on page 3-31 for further information on auto vs. user named deployment. Step 3 Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard - Object Parameters window appears. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-32 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 87

    EM. Step 5 Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard - Views window appears. Two Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager views are displayed at the left side of the Deployment Wizard - Views window (that is, Physical and ComponentManaged).

  • Page 88

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Figure 3-26 Deployment Wizard—Views Step 6 Click Select. The Object Selector window appears. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-34 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 89

    Navigate through the hierarchy and choose the chassis that the GRP will be deployed within. Grayed out objects are not available for selection. Step 8 Click Apply. The Deployment Wizard - Views window re-appears with the location where the object will be placed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-35 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 90

    Repeat Steps 6 to 8 to place the chassis object in each of the Physical and ComponentManaged views. Step 9 Note You are prompted to repeat steps 6 to 8 if you are deploying more than one GRP card. Step 10 Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard-Summary window appears. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-36 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 91

    Cancel to stop deployment. Note Two objects are deployed when deploying each GRP card: the GRP module object itself, and the Ethernet interface object, representing the Ethernet interface on the GRP. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-37 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 92: Manually Deploying Line Cards

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Manually Deploying Line Cards The Cisco 12000 Series Router chassis supports six types of technology specific line cards (ATM, POS, Ethernet, SRP, DS-3 and Modular Ethernet). See Table 3-2 Table 3-7 for further details. Line Cards Supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers Table 3-2 displays a list of the ATM line cards supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers.

  • Page 93

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Table 3-3 POS Line Cards Supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers (continued) Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Card Type Menu Option Card Description pos-8oc3-mm POS > OC-3 8 Port > E4 MM 8 Port OC3 Multimode POS pos-8oc3-ir POS >...

  • Page 94

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Table 3-3 POS Line Cards Supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers (continued) Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Card Type Menu Option Card Description pos-en-qoc48-sm-lr-sc POS > Enhanced OC-48 4 > E4 4 Port (Quad) Enhanced OC-48 Long Reach SC...

  • Page 95

    POS > ISE > OC-48 1> LR 1 Port OC48 Long Reach POS Table 3-4 displays a list of the Ethernet line cards supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers. Table 3-4 Ethernet Line Cards Supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers...

  • Page 96

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Table 3-5 displays a list of the DS-3 line cards supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers. Table 3-5 DS-3 Line Cards Supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Card Type Menu Option...

  • Page 97

    Getting Started Deployment Line Cards Supported by Cisco 10720 Routers Table 3-8 displays a list of the SRP line cards supported by Cisco 10720 Routers. Table 3-8 SRP Line Cards Supported by Cisco 10720 Routers Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Card Type...

  • Page 98

    Right click on the chassis object under which you want to deploy the line card, then choose Deployment>Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Module>ATM or POS or Ethernet or DS-3, then choose the exact type of line card to be deployed (for example, OC-3 4 Port or OC12 1 Port). Now, choose the exact variant (for example, SM, or MM) if applicable.

  • Page 99

    Note already occupied. Step 6 Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard - Views window appears. Two Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager views are displayed at the left side of the Deployment Wizard - Views window (that is, Physical and ComponentManaged). Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide...

  • Page 100

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Figure 3-32 Deployment Wizard—Views Click Select to choose where you wish to place the object within the view. The Object Selector window Step 7 appears. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-46 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 101

    Step 9 Once you have highlighted your selection, click Apply. The Deployment Wizard - Views window re-appears with the location where the object will be placed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-47 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 102

    Repeat Steps 7 to 9 to place the object in each of the Physical and ComponentManaged views. Step 10 Click Forward. Step 11 Note You are prompted to repeat steps 4 through 11 if you are deploying multiple line cards. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-48 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 103

    For example, if you have deployed an OC-3 4 port line card, 5 objects are deployed in total. The five objects are four interfaces and the actual line card. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-49...

  • Page 104: Manually Deploying Supporting Modules

    The AC power supply, fan tray and blower modules can only be discovered during subchassis discovery (that is, they cannot be manually deployed). The Cisco 12000 Series Router chassis supports the following CSC and SFC line cards. See Table 3-10 for further details.

  • Page 105

    Step 2 Click Select to choose where you wish to place the object within the view. Click on the + sign to expand the view if required. The Object Selector window appears. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-51 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 106

    Step 3 the + sign to expand the view if required. Step 4 Click Apply. The Deployment Wizard - Views window re-appears with the location where the object will be placed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-52 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 107

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Figure 3-38 Deployment Wizard—Views Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard—Summary window appears. Step 5 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-53 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 108

    Figure 3-39 Deployment Wizard—Summary The deployment summary details appear in the Deployment Summary window. If the information is Step 6 correct, click Finish. If the information is incorrect, click Cancel to stop deployment. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-54 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 109

    To deploy a switch fabric card (SFC), proceed as follows: Right click on the chassis you want to deploy the switch fabric card under, then choose the correct SFC Step 1 card from the service menu Deployment>Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>12008>Module>SFC. The Deployment Wizard—Views window appears. Figure 3-40 Deployment Wizard—Views Step 2 Click Select to choose where you wish to place the object within the view.

  • Page 110

    Choose where you wish to place the object within the view. Click on the + sign to expand the view if Step 3 required. Click Apply. The Deployment Wizard - Views window re-appears with the location where the object will Step 4 be placed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-56 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 111

    Figure 3-42 Deployment Wizard—Views Repeat Steps 2 to 4 to place the object in each of the Physical and ComponentManaged views. Step 5 Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard—Summary window appears. Step 6 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-57 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 112: Pre-deployment

    Finish. If the information is incorrect, click Cancel to stop deployment. Pre-deployment Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager objects can be manually pre-deployed before the equipment arrives on-site. The following objects can be pre-deployed in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager: Cisco 12000/10720 Router chassis •...

  • Page 113: Performing Pre-deployment

    Deploying Line Cards” section on page 3-38 for further details. Now you have pre-deployed and thus created representative objects in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager for your expected hardware, modules, and interfaces. All of these objects will be in the Decommissioned state.

  • Page 114

    Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-60 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 115

    Initiating a Telnet Service • • Launching the Web Console Configuration Editor—Not Applicable for the 10720 chassis • • RPR Configuration RPR Status • • IP Routing Status TCP Status • • UDP Status Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 116: Chapter 4 Managing Chassi, Launching The Chassis Management Windows

    Launching the Chassis Management Windows Table 4-1 displays the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Chassis Management windows that can be launched from each object type. For example, the Management Information window can be launched from a Site, or Chassis object, but cannot be launched from a Module or an Interface object.

  • Page 117: Management Information, Viewing The Management Information Window

    Configuration Editor Technology Specific Tools>Open Configuration Editor The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Chassis Management windows cannot be opened Note when multiple objects are selected (the menu options to open the windows are grayed out). Available menu options can be launched from a site object containing the required objects.

  • Page 118: System Configuration

    4-6. Note If the operator enters an invalid IP address, for example, a different device (not a Cisco 12000 Series Router or a different variant to that currently deployed) then the chassis object will enter the mismatched state and a critical alarm will be raised. Modules and interfaces are moved into the mismatched state.

  • Page 119: Entering Or Changing Ios Cli Username And Passwords

    Entering or Changing IOS CLI Username and Passwords In Cisco 12000/10720 v3.1.1 Router Manager some dialogs use the IOS CLI to retrieve or configure information. When a dialog uses the IOS CLI, the IOS password must be set up. For details of which...

  • Page 120: Management Information Window—detailed Description, Configuration Tab, Ios/command Line Security Tab

    Save Locally—Click Save Locally to save your passwords locally in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager for a selected chassis. Save to Device—Click Save to Device when you wish to reconfigure both the local Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager password and the password on the device, or when you want to change the current passwords for the selected chassis.

  • Page 121: Chassis Configuration, Viewing The Chassis Configuration Window

    Right click on the chassis object and select the Configuration>Chassis Configuration option. See Table 4-1 on page 4-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the Chassis Configuration window. The Chassis Configuration window appears, with the Configuration tab displayed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 122

    Managing Chassis Chassis Configuration Figure 4-3 Chassis Configuration Window—Configuration Tab Not applicable for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Step 2 Choose a chassis from the list displayed at the left of the window. Commissioning a Chassis “Commissioning a Chassis” section on page 3-27 for further details.

  • Page 123: Starting Global Performance Logging

    Select the relevant Chassis from the list displayed at the left of the window. Step 2 Click Start to begin performance logging on the selected chassis. An Action Report window appears: Step 3 Figure 4-4 Action Report Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 124: Stopping Global Performance Logging

    Action Report Window The Action Report window (see Figure 4-5) informs you whether the performance logging “off” action was successful or not. Step 4 Click Close to close the Action Report window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-10 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 125: Entering Additional Descriptions For A Selected Chassis

    Select the relevant Chassis from the list displayed at the left of the window. Step 3 Choose the Additional Descriptions tab. Enter additional descriptions into the Descriptions 1 and Descriptions 2 areas, as required. Step 4 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 126: Device Management Tab In Configuration Window

    Open the Chassis Configuration window. See“Viewing the Chassis Configuration Window” section on Step 1 page 4-7 for further details. Figure 4-7 Chassis Configuration Window—Device Management Tab Step 2 Choose the Device Management tab. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-12 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 127: Chassis Configuration Window—detailed Description, Configuration Tab

    The Configuration tab (Figure 4-3 on page 4-8) displays five areas: Validation Parameters, Action (not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager), Clock (not applicable), Power Supply (not applicable), Actions, and, Commission Status. Validation Parameters The Validation Parameters area contains attributes that describe the population characteristics of a chassis and are used to validate module deployment.

  • Page 128: Additional Descriptions Tab, Device Management Tab, Snmp Management

    Device Management Tab The Device Management tab displays two areas: Alarm Synchronization and Write Config to Flash Actions Synchronize— not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager WriteMem—When invoked, copies the running configuration information to the startup configuration on the device...

  • Page 129: Viewing The Snmp Management Window, Modifying Snmp Community Names Or Version

    Open the SNMP Management window. See “Viewing the SNMP Management Window” section on page 4-15 for further details. Choose an IOS Host from the list displayed at the left of the window. Step 2 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-15 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 130: Enabling Or Disabling Trap Generation, Snmp Management Window—detailed Description, Community Names

    Chapter 4 Managing Chassis SNMP Management Choose the SNMP version to be used. Note that Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager release 3.0 does Step 3 not support SNMPv3, and when using version 2 of SNMP, complete the community names for V2 read and V2 write.

  • Page 131: Version, Trap Generation, Chassis Inventory, Viewing The Chassis Inventory Window

    Trap Generation Enable—Click Enable to enable trap generation for the selected chassis. Traps generated by the selected chassis are sent to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager which is configured in the Cisco 12000 Series Router device. Disable—Click Disable to disable trap generation for the selected chassis. No traps will be generated by the selected chassis.

  • Page 132: Chassis Inventory Window—detailed Description, General Tab

    Chassis Inventory Window—Detailed Description The Chassis Inventory window contains two tabs: General and Asset Tracking. The Asset Tracking tab is not applicable for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. General Tab The General tab (see Figure 4-9 on page 4-18) displays five areas: Chassis Details, System Details, Version Details, PCMCIA Slot Details, and Power Supply Details.

  • Page 133: Asset Tracking Tab

    Software—Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Hardware—Displays the version of the selected chassis. PCMCIA Slot Details The PCMCIA Slot Details area is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Power Supply Details The Power Supply Details area is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager.

  • Page 134: Chassis Fault Management, Viewing The Chassis Fault Management Window

    Supplies, Voltage, Temperature and Fans within the chassis. Each table contains a State column that indicates the current state of each testpoint. This can be either Normal, Warning, Critical, Shutdown or Not Present. This functionality is supplemented by the processing of notifications from the Cisco 12000/10720 Router. See Chapter 18, “Fault Management,”...

  • Page 135

    Managing Chassis Chassis Fault Management Figure 4-10 Chassis Fault Management Window—General Tab Not applicable for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Choose a Chassis from the list box displayed at the left of the window. General fault management details Step 2 are displayed.

  • Page 136

    Managing Chassis Chassis Fault Management Figure 4-11 Chassis Fault Management Window—Power Supply Tab Not applicable for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Choose the Temperature Supply tab. The temperature details for the selected chassis appear. For further Step 4 information on the fields displayed in this window, see “Chassis Fault Management Window—Detailed...

  • Page 137

    Managing Chassis Chassis Fault Management Figure 4-12 Chassis Fault Management Window—Temperature Tab Not applicable for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Step 5 Choose the Fan tab. The fan details for the selected chassis appear in the tab. For further information on the fields displayed in this window, see “Chassis Fault Management Window—Detailed Description”...

  • Page 138: Changing Column Width

    Managing Chassis Chassis Fault Management Figure 4-13 Chassis Fault Management Window—Fan Tab Not applicable for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Changing Column Width The Chassis Fault Management window displays four tabs: General, Power Supply, Temperature, and Fan. The Power Supply, Temperature, and Fan tabs display tables. Text wider than the column width, displayed in these tables is truncated.

  • Page 139: Chassis Fault Management Window—detailed Description, General Tab, Power Supply Tab

    The Last Authentication Failure Address field refers to the fact that the SNMP agent on the Cisco 12000/10720 Router has received a protocol message that is not properly authenticated. The IP address is the source of the message. This is a security issue which should be investigated.

  • Page 140: Temperature Tab

    The Fan area displays a description and the current state of the fan status in tabular format. Description—Textual information for the fan. State—Current state of the fan in the selected chassis. Possible state values can be Normal, Warning, Critical, Shutdown or Not Present. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-26 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 141: Command Log, Viewing The Command Log Window

    Choose a Chassis from the list box displayed at the left of the window. The Command Log Details Step 2 information for the selected chassis appears. For further information, see “Command Log Window—Detailed Description” section on page 4-28. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-27 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 142: Command Log Window—detailed Description, Command Log Details Tab

    Server Address— If Config Source (or) Config Destination field is 'networkTftp' or 'networkRcp', the Internet address of the storage file server is displayed. The value is 0.0.0.0 if Config Source (or) Config Destination field is N/A. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-28 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 143: System Log, Viewing The Syslog Messages Window

    Table 4-1 on Step 1 page 4-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the SysLog Messages window. The SysLog Messages window appears, with the SysLog Messages tab displayed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-29 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 144: System Log Window—detailed Description, Syslog Message Tab

    The SysLog Messages window displays a single Sys Log Messages tab. SysLog Message Tab The SysLog Message tab (see Figure 4-15 on page 4-30) displays SysLog Messages and Sys Log Message Details areas. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-30 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 145: Using Rme For Chassis Management Tasks

    Notifications Enabled—Displays whether notifications are enabled or not enabled. Using RME for Chassis Management Tasks The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager is integrated with Resource Manager Essentials (RME) as the GUI tool for Network Element Administration – part of the Operations and Administration functions of OAM&P in Cisco Service Provider EMSs.

  • Page 146: Configuration Backup/restore Using Rme, Ios Image Download Using Rme, Aps Status

    Managing Chassis APS Status Configuration Backup/Restore Using RME You should use Cisco IOS Configuration Archiving in RME for Configuration backup and restore. For more information about configuration backup and restore in RME, refer to User Guide for Resource Manager Essentials.

  • Page 147

    A list of all APS circuits set up on the selected chassis appear in the APS Circuits area. When the Cisco 12000/10720 Router being managed is configured with an APS circuit that connects to another Cisco 12000/10720 Router, then either the Working or Protect field (whichever is appropriate) in the Table will indicate “Remote”.

  • Page 148: Aps Status Window—detailed Description, Aps Circuits Area, Initiating A Telnet Service

    The telnet window appears: Figure 4-17 Telnet Window Step 2 Enter the required password (the device may also require a valid user name). Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-34 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 149: Launching The Web Console, Configuration Editor, Viewing The Configuration Editor Window

    Enter the required user ID and password. Access to the Cisco web console is now provided. Configuration Editor Note The login password to the Cisco 12000 Series Router must be set on the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager to allow you to upload, edit and then download the running configuration from a selected chassis. See “Entering or Changing IOS CLI Username and Passwords”...

  • Page 150: Downloading, Opening, Or Editing The Running Configuration From A Selected Chassis

    If you wish to delete a line in the uploaded configuration, you must type “no” at the Caution beginning of the line. If order is a concern, deleting a line might cause problems, so use extreme discretion when deleting a line. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-36 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 151: Searching In The Configuration Editor, Downloading The Edited Configuration File To A Selected Chassis

    If you receive an error message after clicking Upload, you might need to make sure Note the tftpboot server is running on the workstation that Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager is running on. The tftpboot server must be running before you can upload the running configuration.

  • Page 152: Rpr Configuration, Viewing The Rpr Configuration Window

    Download—Click Download to download the edited running configuration file to the selected chassis. RPR Configuration This feature is not available with the Cisco 10720 Routers. Note The RPR Configuration window allows you to configure the Redundancy Mode, Preferred route processor and the perform switchover operation.

  • Page 153: Rpr Configuration Window—detailed Description, Configuration Tab

    If the mode of the RP changes, then the standby RP is reloaded. Preferred RP—Displays and sets the value (either “Active Slot No” or “Standby Slot No”) that determines the active RP on the next reload. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-39 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 154: Switch Over Tab, Rpr Status, Viewing The Rpr Status Window

    A user can forcefully switchover and make the standby RP to an Active one, by clicking on “Switch Over”. RPR Status Note This feature is not available with the Cisco 10720 Routers. The RPR Status section covers the following areas: • Viewing the RPR Status Window •...

  • Page 155: Rpr Status Window—detailed Description, Rp Status

    Standby RP Slot Id—Displays the current Standby RP slot number identifier (id). Preferred RP —Displays a slot number of the chassis (either “Active Slot No” or “Standby Slot No”) that determines the active RP on the next reload. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-41 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 156: Lc Status, Ip Routing Status, Viewing The Ip Routing Status Window

    The IP routing entries can be viewed using the command: Router Prompt > show ip route The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager uses the IP-FORWARD-MIB to populate the IP Routing Status dialog fields. The IP Routing Status section covers the following areas: •...

  • Page 157: Ip Routing Status Window—detailed Description, Classless Inter-domain Routing Tab

    Next Hop—The address of the next system in the path to the destination in the format of A.B.C.D. otherwise its 0.0.0.0 Name of the Associated Interface/Sub-Interface—Local interface through which the next hop of this route should be reached. Routing Protocol—The Routing Protocol via which this route was learned. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-43 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 158: Tcp Status

    • show tcp brief • show tcp The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager uses the TCP-MIB to populate the TCP Status dialog fields. The TCP Status section covers the following areas: Viewing the TCP Status Window • TCP Status Window—Detailed Description •...

  • Page 159: Viewing The Tcp Status Window

    Viewing the TCP Status Window To view the TCP Status window for a chassis, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right click on the chassis object and select the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Fault>TCP Status option. See Table 4-1 on page 4-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the TCP Status window.

  • Page 160: Tcp Status Window—detailed Description, Tcp Status Tab

    Retransmitting Algorithm—The Algorithm used to determine the timeout value used for retransmitting unacknowledged octets. Minimum Retransmission Timeout—The minimum value permitted by a TCP implementation for the retransmission timeout measured in milliseconds. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-46 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 161: Tcp Connections Tab

    Remote Port—Displays the remote port number for the TCP connection. It can be any integer between 0 and 65535. Remote IP Address—Displays the remote IP address for the TCP connection. Connection State—Displays the current state of the TCP connection. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-47 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 162: Udp Status, Viewing The Udp Status Window

    • show ip traffic • show ip sockets The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager uses the UDP-MIB to populate the UDP Status dialog fields. The UDP Status section covers the following areas: Viewing the UDP Status Window • UDP Status Window—Detailed Description •...

  • Page 163: Udp Status Window—detailed Description, Status

    Number of Ports—This displays the total number of received UDP datagrams for which there was no application at the destination port. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-49 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 164

    Local Address—This displays the local IP address for this UDP listener. If the UDP listener that is willing to accept datagrams for any IP interface associated with this node, then the value 0.0.0.0 is set and displayed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 4-50 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 165: Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Module Names

    Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Module Names The naming convention used in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager for line cards, GRPs, CSCs, and SFCs is an abbreviated form of the type of module, followed by the slot number of the module. For example, an ATM line card in slot 6 is called A6, and a POS line card in slot 3 is called P3.

  • Page 166: Chapter 5 Managing Module, Launching The Module Management Windows

    Upper Blower Power Supply Alarm *Note that basic module management services are provided for any non-standard Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager modules. Launching the Module Management Windows Table 5-2 displays the Module Management windows that can be launched from each object type. For example, the Module Fault Management window can be launched from a Site, Chassis or Module object, but cannot be launched from an Interface object.

  • Page 167: Module Configuration, Viewing The Configuration Window

    Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager windows cannot be opened when multiple objects are Note selected (the menu options to open the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager windows are grayed out). Available menu options can be launched from a site object containing the required objects, when needed.

  • Page 168: Commissioning A Selected Module

    Choose a Chassis and Module from the list boxes displayed at the left of the window. Step 3 Enter additional descriptions into the Description 1 and Description 2 fields in the Additional Descriptions area (if required). Entering additional descriptions is optional. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 169: Decommissioning A Selected Module

    Shift key and then selecting the first and last module in the list. You can choose multiple individual modules by holding down the Ctrl key and clicking on the individual modules. Decommissioning a GRP card also decommissions all interfaces under that GRP card. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 170

    The line card, interfaces, and ATM connections are placed in the decommissioned state Status data is no longer available on the line card and interfaces • Performance polling stops on the line card and interfaces (if enabled) • Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 171: Module Configuration Window—detailed Description, Configuration Tab, Module Fault Management, Viewing The Module Fault Management Window

    Viewing the Module Fault Management Window To view the Module Fault Management window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right click on a module and select the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Fault>Module Fault Management option. See Table 5-2 on page 5-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the Module Fault Management window.

  • Page 172: Module Fault Management Window—detailed Description, Module Availability

    The Module Fault Management window displays a single Fault Management tab. The Fault Management tab displays two areas: Module Availability and Cisco Contact Details. The details related to the modules are available only if the module is in a managed state.

  • Page 173: Cisco Contact Details, Module Performance

    Standby—Module is enabled and is acting as standby. This value is only applicable for – redundant GRPs. Cisco Contact Details The Cisco Contact Details area provides Cisco contact details. Module Performance The Module Performance window displays the current performance information for the selected GRP module.

  • Page 174: Viewing The Module Performance Window, Starting Or Stopping Performance Logging

    Starting or Stopping Performance Logging Performance logging allows performance information to be collected for a selected module. This historical information can then be viewed using the Cisco EMF Performance Manager application. Chapter 20, “Performance Management and Historical Data,” provides further information on how to use the Performance Manager application.

  • Page 175: Module Performance Window—detailed Description, Cpu Usage, Performance Logging

    Performance Manager. Stop—Click Stop to stop all performance logging on the selected module. Disabling performance • logging stops performance data from being gathered for the selected GRP module. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 5-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 176: Module Inventory, Viewing The Module Inventory Window

    Module Inventory Window—Detailed Description Viewing the Module Inventory Window To view the Module Inventory window for a selected module, proceed as follows: Right click on the module and select the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Accounting>Module Inventory Step 1 option. See Table 5-2 on page 5-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the Module Inventory window.

  • Page 177: Module Inventory Window—detailed Description, General

    Note Module Inventory Window—Detailed Description The Module Inventory window has two tabs: General and Asset Tracking. Only the General tab is applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. The Asset Tracking tab is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. General...

  • Page 178: Asset Tracking

    Sub Slot Number—Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Number of Working Ports—Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Asset Tracking The Asset Tracking tab is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 5-14...

  • Page 179

    C H A P T E R Managing Interfaces This chapter describes the management tasks that can be performed on the interfaces of the Cisco 12000 Series and the Cisco 10720 Router being managed using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application.

  • Page 180: Chapter 6 Managing Interface, Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Interface Naming Conventions

    Chapter 6 Managing Interfaces Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Interface Naming Conventions Table 6-1 Abbreviated Interface Names Interface Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Abbreviation POS 2-0 Fast Ethernet FastEthernet 2-0 Gigabit Ethernet GigabitEthernet 3-0 SRP 4-0 Serial 6-0 Ethernet (GRP) Ethernet 0-0...

  • Page 181

    C H A P T E R Interface Profiles This chapter describes how to create interface profiles using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager allows you to create and apply profiles to interfaces (see Figure 7-1).

  • Page 182: Chapter 7 Interface Profile, Interface Profile Types, Launching The Interface Profile Windows

    Interface Profile Types Table 7-1 outlines the profile types available, and details the windows that apply to each profile type. Table 7-1 Interface Profile Types and Applicable Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Windows Interface Profile Type Applicable Windows ATM Profile ATM Configuration...

  • Page 183: Creating An Atm Interface Profile

    Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager windows cannot be opened when multiple objects are Note selected (the menu options to open the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager windows are grayed out). Available menu options can be launched from a site object containing the required objects, when required.

  • Page 184

    Creating an ATM Interface Profile Figure 7-2 ATM Interface Configuration Profile Window (Configuration (1) Tab) Not applicable for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager “ATM Interface Configuration Profile Window—Detailed Description” section on page 7-7 further information on the parameters displayed in this window.

  • Page 185

    You have now created a profile for the ATM Interface. Proceed to the “Configuring and Commissioning a Generic Interface” section on page 8-4 for details on applying the profile and configuring the interface. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 186: Editing An Existing Atm Interface Profile, Deleting An Existing Atm Interface Profile

    Editing an Existing ATM Interface Profile To edit an existing ATM Interface profile, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>ATM>Configuration Profile option from an ATM interface object. See Table 7-2 on page 7-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the ATM Interface Configuration Profile window.

  • Page 187: Atm Interface Configuration Profile Window—detailed Description, Configuration (1) Tab

    Ilmi auto configuration disabled. Signalling Admin Status—Enables or disables signalling/sscop on this interface. The disabled action causes all the active SVCs on this interface to be cleared. Not applicable for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager.

  • Page 188: Configuration (2) Tab

    Chapter 7 Interface Profiles Creating an ATM Interface Profile NSAP (Network Service Access Point) Address-Specify the NSAP address. Not applicable for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Maximum Active VCI Bits—Not applicable for Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Clock Source—Source of the clock.

  • Page 189: Creating An Hsrp Profile

    Interface Profiles Creating an HSRP Profile Creating an HSRP Profile To create an HSRP profile, proceed as follows: Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>IP>HSRP Configuration Profile option Step 1 from an Ethernet interface object. See Table 7-2 on page 7-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the HSRP Profile window.

  • Page 190: Editing An Existing Hsrp Interface Profile

    Editing an Existing HSRP Interface Profile To edit an existing HSRP Interface profile, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>IP>HSRP Configuration Profile option from an Ethernet interface object. See Table 7-2 on page 7-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the HSRP Profile window.

  • Page 191: Deleting An Existing Hsrp Interface Profile, Hsrp Profile Window—detailed Description, Hsrp Profile Parameters Area

    Deleting an Existing HSRP Interface Profile To delete an existing HSRP Interface profile, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>IP>HSRP Configuration Profile option from an Ethernet interface object. See Table 7-2 on page 7-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the HSRP Profile window.

  • Page 192: Actions, Creating A Pos Interface Profile

    Create—Choose Create to create a new profile. Creating a POS Interface Profile To create a POS interface profile, proceed as follows: Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>POS>Configuration Profile option from a Step 1 POS interface object. See Table 7-2 on page 7-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the POS Profile Dialog window.

  • Page 193

    Note name. When you choose a profile name, it is highly recommended to use a naming convention that describes the profile type. For example, a POS profile might be called POS1. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 7-13 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 194: Editing An Existing Pos Interface Profile

    Editing an Existing POS Interface Profile To edit an existing POS Interface profile, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>POS>Configuration Profile option from a POS interface object. See Table 7-2 on page 7-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the POS Profile Dialog window.

  • Page 195: Deleting An Existing Pos Interface Profile, Pos Profile Window—detailed Description, Pos Config Tab

    Deleting an Existing POS Interface Profile To delete an existing POS Interface profile, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>POS>Configuration Profile option from a POS interface object. See Table 7-2 on page 7-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the POS Profile Dialog window.

  • Page 196

    Path Alarm Indication Signal Errors—Allows you to enable or disable the path alarm indication signal errors alarm messages. Section Loss of Signal Errors—Allows you to enable or disable the loss of signal errors alarm messages. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 7-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 197: Creating A Srp Side Profile

    Creating a SRP Side Profile To create a SRP Side profile, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>SRP>Side>Configuration Profile option from a SRP side interface object. See Table 7-2 on page 7-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the SRP Side Profile window.

  • Page 198

    Click on the Alarms tab, if required. Figure 7-12 SRP Side Profile Window—Alarms tab Figure 7-13 Prompt Window Step 4 Enter a name for the new profile in the Enter Profile Name data entry box. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 7-18 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 199: Editing An Existing Srp Side Profile, Deleting An Existing Srp Side Profile

    Editing an Existing SRP Side Profile To edit an existing SRP Side Profile, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>SRP>Side>Configuration Profile option from a SRP side interface object to launch the SRP Side Profile window. Step 2 Choose the SRP Side Profile from the SRP Side Profile list displayed at the left side of the window.

  • Page 200: Srp Side Profile Window—detailed Description, General Tab

    Framing—Allows you to select sdh or sonet type framing. It indicates the framing mode of the side profile. IPS Management Request Mode—Allows you to select the IPS management request mode for the side profile. The available options are: noRequest, forced-switch, manual-switch, waitToRestore, signalDegrade, and signalFail. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 7-20 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 201: Alarms Tab

    B3 Threshold <3-9> (in 10e-)—Displays B3 BER threshold value in 10e-, between 3-9 SD Threshold <3-9> (in 10e-)—Displays Signal Degrade threshold value in 10e-, between 3-9 SF Threshold <3-9> (in 10e-)—Displays Signal Fail BER threshold value in 10e-, between 3-9 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 7-21 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 202

    Path Alarm Indication Signal Errors—Allows you to enable/disable the path alarm indication signal errors alarm messages. Path Remote Defect Indication Errors—Allows you to enable/disable the path remote defect indication errors alarm messages. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 7-22 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 203: Interfaces And Related Technology-specific Windows

    POS Interface Configuration window • IP Interface Configuration window This same process is applicable to all different types of interfaces. Table 8-1 outlines which technology-specific configuration windows apply to each interface type. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 204: Chapter 8 Interface Configuration, Launching The Interface Configuration Windows

    Layer 3 QoS configuration, which includes CAR and WRED, is applicable to all types of interfaces on the 12000 Series Router chassis. This is not applicable to the Cisco 10720 Router chassis. For details on CAR and WRED configuration windows, see Chapter 11, “Layer 3 QoS.”...

  • Page 205: Generic Interface Configuration

    The Generic Interface Configuration section covers the following areas: • Viewing the Generic Interface Configuration Window Configuring and Commissioning a Generic Interface • Decommissioning an Interface • Generic Interface Configuration Window—Detailed Description • Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 206: Viewing The Generic Interface Configuration Window, Configuring And Commissioning A Generic Interface

    Viewing the Generic Interface Configuration Window To view the Interface Configuration window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right click on the interface object and select the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration> Generic>Configuration option. See Table 8-1 on page 8-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the Interface Configuration window.

  • Page 207: Decommissioning An Interface, Generic Interface Configuration Window—detailed Description, Configuration Tab

    Figure 8-1 on page 8-4) contains two areas: Configurable Parameters, and Actions. Configurable Parameters The Configurable Parameters area contains the following fields: Alias—Name for the interface, as specified by the network manager. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 208: Atm Interface Configuration, Viewing The Atm Interface Configuration Window

    • ATM Interface Configuration Window—Detailed Description Note The ATM Interface Configuration dialog is not supported by the Cisco 10720 Series Router, as it does not support the ATM interfaces. Viewing the ATM Interface Configuration Window To view the ATM Interface Configuration window, proceed as follows these steps: Right-click on a selected ATM interface, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>...

  • Page 209: Configuring An Atm Interface

    The ATM Interface Configuration window appears: Figure 8-2 ATM Interface Configuration Window—Configuration 1 Tab Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Step 2 Choose a Chassis, Module, and ATM Interface from the lists displayed at the left of the window.

  • Page 210: Atm Interface Configuration Window—detailed Description, Configuration (1) Tab

    Diagnostic—Transmit data stream is looped to the transmit direction. Transmit Queue Limit—Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Maximum VPCs—Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Maximum Active VPI Bits—Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 211: Ethernet Interface Configuration, Configuration (2) Tab

    Ethernet Interface Configuration Maximum VCCs—Maximum number of VCCs (PVCs and SVCs) supported at this interface. Maximum Active VCI Bits—Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Number of VCs per VP—Set the number of virtual channels per virtual path. Clock Source—Source of the clock.

  • Page 212: Viewing The Ethernet Interface Configuration Window

    Viewing the Ethernet Interface Configuration Window To view the Ethernet Interface Configuration window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right-click on a selected Ethernet line card or an Ethernet interface, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>Ethernet>Configuration. The Ethernet Interface Configuration window appears: Figure 8-3 Ethernet Interface Configuration Window—Configuration Tab...

  • Page 213: Configuring An Ethernet Interface

    Choose Edit > Apply Profile and then select the profile you wish to apply from the list displayed (if you are applying a profile). When a profile is applied, the attributes applied from the profile appear in blue. Figure 8-4 Ethernet Interface Configuration Window—HSRP Parameters Tab Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 214: Ethernet Interface Configuration Window—detailed Description, Configuration Tab, Hsrp Parameters Tab

    Cisco 12000 Series Router will be lost. Note If the communication link to the Cisco 12000 Series Router is lost it cannot be switched on again from Cisco EMF, and access to the Cisco 12000 Series Router is required before the link can be re-enabled.

  • Page 215: Ip Configuration

    The IP Configuration window allows you to configure generic IP fields (for example, IP address, and interface state). The IP Configuration section covers the following areas: Viewing the IP Configuration Window • Configuring an IP Interface • IP Configuration Window—Detailed Description • Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-13 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 216: Viewing The Ip Configuration Window, Configuring An Ip Interface

    Viewing the IP Configuration Window To view the IP Configuration window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right-click a selected IP line card or IP interface, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Configuration>IP>Configuration. The IP Configuration window appears, with the Generic Parameters tab displayed.

  • Page 217: Ip Configuration Window—detailed Description, Generic Parameters Tab, Pos Interface Configuration

    Interface State—Choose the interface state to be used from the drop down list. Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)—Enable or disable CDP on the interface. CDP allows a device to advertise its existence to other devices and receive information about other devices on the same LAN or on the remote side of a WAN.

  • Page 218: Configuring A Pos Interface

    “POS Interface Configuration Window—Detailed Description” section on page 8-17 for further details. Step 5 Click Save to save your configuration changes. Choose File > Close to close the window. Step 6 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 219: Pos Interface Configuration Window—detailed Description, Pos Config Tab

    B1 BER Threshold Crossing Alarm (TCA)—Set threshold limits for the system to prompt appropriate B1 BER TCA threshold alarm messages. The field beside this value displays the threshold for the B1 BER TCA. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-17 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 220: Aps Interface Configuration

    It is recommended that only a system administrator have access to the APS Configuration Note window. The APS Interface Configuration section covers the following areas: Viewing the APS Configuration Window • APS Configuration Window—Detailed Description • Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-18 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 221: Viewing The Aps Configuration Window

    Viewing the APS Configuration Window To view the APS Configuration window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right-click on a selected POS line card or POS interface, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>POS>APS Configuration. The APS Configuration window appears: Figure 8-7 APS Configuration Window—APS Tab Choose a Chassis, Module, and POS Interface from the lists displayed at the left of the window.

  • Page 222: Adding A Working Interface, Removing A Working Interface, Adding A Protected Interface

    Choose a Chassis, Module, and POS Interface from the list boxes displayed at the left of the window. Step 2 The Protect button for the selected interface should already be selected. Click Protect to deactivate. Step 3 Click Save. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-20 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 223: Aps Configuration Window—detailed Description, Aps Interface

    (standby system) once the working interface is online. Switch to Circuit—Set the value for the circuit to switch to protected interface when working interface fails. The options are: manual, force, or none. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-21 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 224: Srp Interface Configuration, Viewing The Srp Interface Configuration Attributes

    Viewing the SRP Interface Configuration Attributes To view the attributes in the SRP Interface Configuration window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>SRP>Configuration option from a SRP interface object to launch the SRP Configuration window. Refer to Table 8-2 on page 8-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the SRP Interface Configuration window.

  • Page 225: Configuring A Srp Interface, Srp Interface Configuration Window—detailed Description, General

    IPS Wait To Restore Timer—Allows you to configure the time interval in seconds, for an interface to remain in the wrap state, after the cause of a wrap is removed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-23 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 226: Srp Interface Side Configuration, Viewing The Srp Interface Side Configuration Attributes

    Viewing the SRP Interface Side Configuration Attributes To view the SRP Side Configuration window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>SRP>Side>Configuration option from a SRP Side object icon to launch the SRP Side Configuration window. Refer to Table 8-2 on page 8-2 information on which objects allow you to launch the SRP Interface Side Configuration window.

  • Page 227: Configuring A Srp Side

    Edit the parameters displayed in the General and Alarm tabs, as required. See “SRP Interface Side Configuration Window—Detailed Description” section for further details. Step 4 Click Save to save your configuration changes. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-25 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 228: Srp Interface Side Configuration Window—detailed Description, General Tab

    SD Threshold <3-9> (in 10e-)—Allows you to select the Signal Degrade threshold value in 10e-, between 3-9 SF Threshold <3-9> (in 10e-)—Allows you to select the Signal Fail BER threshold value in 10e-, between 3-9 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-26 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 229

    Path Alarm Indication Signal Errors—Allows you to enable/disable the path alarm indication signal errors alarm messages. Path Remote Defect Indication Errors—Allows you to enable/disable the path remote defect indication errors alarm messages. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-27 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 230

    Chapter 8 Interface Configuration SRP Interface Side Configuration Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 8-28 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 231

    C H A P T E R Interface Status This chapter describes how to view status information for each of the interfaces on the Cisco device being managed using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. This chapter contains the following information: Interfaces and Related Technology-Specific Windows •...

  • Page 232: Chapter 9 Interface Statu, Launching The Interface Status Windows

    The Status windows cannot be opened when multiple objects are selected (the menu options to open the Status windows are grayed out). Available menu options can be launched from a site object containing the required objects, when required. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 233: Generic Interface Status, Viewing The Generic Interface Status Window

    Generic Interface Status Window—Detailed Description Viewing the Generic Interface Status Window To view the Generic Interface Status window for any type of interface, proceed as follows: Right click on the interface object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Fault>Interface> Step 1 Generic>Status. See...

  • Page 234: Generic Interface Status Window—detailed Description, Interface Details, Last Change Details, Transmission Details

    Speed—(in bps) Estimate of the interface’s current bandwidth in bits per second. High Speed—Estimate of the interface’s current bandwidth in gigabits per second. Maximum Transmission Unit—Size of the largest packet which can be sent or received on the interface, specified in octets. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 235: Atm Interface Status, Viewing The Atm Interface Status Window

    • • ATM Interface Status Window—Detailed Description The ATM Interface Status dialog is not supported by the Cisco 10720 chassis. Note Viewing the ATM Interface Status Window To view the ATM interface status window for an ATM interface, proceed as follows: Right click on the ATM interface object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Fault>...

  • Page 236: Atm Interface Status Window—detailed Description, Atm Transmit Status

    The Status tab displays five areas: ATM Transmit Status, ATM Receive Status, Physical Layer Status, ATM Port Status, and Action. ATM Transmit Status The ATM Transmit Status area is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 237: Atm Receive Status, Physical Layer Status, Atm Port Status, Action

    Interface Status ATM Interface Status ATM Receive Status The ATM Receive Status area is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Physical Layer Status The Physical Layer Status area contains the following fields: Physical Interface Status—Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager.

  • Page 238: Atm Interface Faults, Viewing The Atm Interface Faults Window

    ATM Interface Faults Window—Detailed Description Viewing the ATM Interface Faults Window To view the ATM Interface Faults window, proceed as follows: Right-click on a selected ATM interface, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Fault> Step 1 Interface>ATM>Fault. The ATM Interface Faults window appears:...

  • Page 239: Atm Interface Faults Window—detailed Description, Fault Tab, Ds3/e3 Interface Status

    9-3) displays three areas: General Errors, SONET Frame Errors, and DS1/E1/DS3/E3 Errors. General Errors The General Errors area is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. SONET Frame Errors The SONET Frame Errors area displays the following information: Path FEBE Errors—Number of G1 (path FEBE) errors on the physical interface.

  • Page 240: Ds3/e3 Interface Status Window—detailed Description, Status Tab

    Choose a Chassis, Module, and DS3/E3 Interface from the lists displayed at the left of the window. DS3/E3 Interface Status Window—Detailed Description The DS3/E3 Interface Status window has a single Status tab. Status Tab The Status tab displays two areas: DS3/E3 Status, and Far End DS3/E3 Status. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 9-10 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 241

    Valid Intervals—Number of previous far end interval for which valid data was collected. Time Elapsed—Time elapsed after the current far end measurement period started. Equip Code—Far end equipment identification code that describes the specific piece of equipment. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 9-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 242: Sonet Interface Status, Viewing The Sonet Interface Status Window

    Table 9-2 on page 9-2 information on which objects allow you to launch the SONET Interface Status window. The SONET Interface Status window appears with the Medium tab displayed. Figure 9-5 SONET Interface Status—Medium Tab Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 9-12 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 243

    Choose a Chassis, Module, and SONET Interface from the list boxes displayed at the left of the Step 2 window. The details for the selected interface appear. Choose the Section tab, if required (see Figure 9-6 on page 9-13). Step 3 Figure 9-6 SONET Interface Status—Section Tab Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 9-13 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 244

    Chapter 9 Interface Status SONET Interface Status Choose the Line tab, if required (see Figure 9-7). Step 4 Figure 9-7 SONET Interface Status—Line Tab Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 9-14 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 245

    SONET Interface Status Choose the Path tab, if required (see Figure 9-8). Step 5 Figure 9-8 SONET Interface Status—Path Tab Note The Virtual Tributary tab is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 9-15 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 246: Sonet Status Window—detailed Description, Medium, Line, Path

    STS - Remote Defect Indication—Presence or absence of remote defects in the SONET path. STS - Loss of Pointer—Presence or absence of pointer loss in the SONET path. Unequipped—Presence or absence of path equipment errors. No Defect—Presence or absence of path defects. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 9-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 247: Virtual Tributary, Srp Interface Status, Viewing The Srp Interface Status Attributes

    Chapter 9 Interface Status SRP Interface Status Virtual Tributary The Virtual Tributary tab is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. SRP Interface Status The SRP Interface Status section covers the following: Viewing the SRP Interface Status Attributes • SRP Interface Status Window—Detailed Description •...

  • Page 248: Srp Interface Status Window—detailed Description, Interface Tab, Side A Frame, Side B Frame

    Misconnection—Displays true, if the Side A of the SRP Interface at the current node is connected to the Side A of the Interface at the remote host. Optical Status—Displays the optical status of the Side A Wrap. Applicable only for Cisco 10720 chassis Side B Frame Wrap Status—Displays the status of the Side B Wrap.

  • Page 249: Srp Side Ips Status, Viewing The Ips Status Attributes

    Viewing the IPS Status Attributes This dialog displays the Intelligent Protection Switching (IPS) status of the selected side interface. To view the IPS Status window, proceed as follows: Right click a SRP side interface and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Fault>SRP>Side>IPS Step 1 Status. See...

  • Page 250: Ips Status Window—detailed Description, Ips Status, Remote Node, Srp Topology Map

    SRP Topology Map—Detailed Description Viewing the SRP Topology Map To view the SRP Topology map, proceed as follows: Right click a SRP interface object andchoose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Fault>SRP>Topology. See Step 1 Table 9-2 on page 9-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the SRP Topology Map.

  • Page 251: Srp Topology Map—detailed Description, Topology Map

    Remote Node MAC Address—Displays the 48-bit MAC address of the remote node. Wrap Status—Displays the IPS status of the remote node. Name—Displays the host name of the remote node. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 9-21 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 252

    Chapter 9 Interface Status SRP Topology Map Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 9-22 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 253

    Cisco 12000/10720 Routers you are managing, using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. There are two performance options in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager: the Interface Performance windows and the Performance Manager application. Performance Manager displays historical data as well as current data in the form of a line chart, bar chart, or table; Interface Performance windows display only current data in a raw numerical format.

  • Page 254: Chapter 10 Interface Performance, Launching The Interface Performance Windows

    The Interface Performance windows cannot be opened when multiple objects are selected (the menu options are grayed out). Available menu options can be launched from a site object containing the required objects, when required. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-2 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 255: Generic Interface Performance, Viewing The Generic Interface Performance Window

    Viewing the Generic Interface Performance Window To view the Interface Performance window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right click on the interface object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Performance> Generic>Performance. See Table 10-1 on page 10-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the Interface Performance window.

  • Page 256

    Choose Performance(2) tab, if required. Step 3 Figure 10-2 Interface Performance Window—Performance (2) Tab The Error Statistics for the selected interface appear. Choose the Performance (3) tab, if required. Step 4 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-4 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 257: Starting Performance Logging For A Selected Interface

    You must start performance logging if you want to view historical data in the Performance Manager. You do not need to have performance logging enabled on an interface to view the current data in the Interface Performance window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-5 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 258

    Click Close to close the Action Report window. Step 6 Choose File > Close to close the Interface Performance window. Chapter 20, “Performance Management and Historical Data”chapter for information on viewing historical performance information for a selected interface. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-6 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 259: Stopping Performance Logging For A Selected Interface

    Figure 10-7 Action Report Window Step 5 Click Close to close the Action Report window. Step 6 Choose Close from the File menu to close the Interface Performance window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-7 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 260: Generic Interface Performance Window—detailed Description, Performance (1) Tab

    Out Multicast Packets—Total number of packets transmitted by this layer addressed as multicast In Broadcast Packets—Total number of packets received by this layer which was broadcasted. Out Broadcast Packets—Total number of packets transmitted by this layer which was broadcasted. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-8 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 261: Performance (2) Tab

    Out Packets Dropped—Number of packets dropped because the output queue was full. CRC Errored Packets—Number of input packets which had cyclic redundancy checksum errors. Note The VLAN sub-interfaces do not support the fields displayed in the Performance (2) tab. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-9 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 262: Performance (3) Tab, Sonet Interface Performance, Viewing The Sonet Interface Performance Window

    Viewing the SONET Interface Performance Window To view the SONET Interface Performance window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right click on the SONET interface object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Performance>SONET>Performance. See Table 10-2 on page 10-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the SONET Interface Performance window.

  • Page 263

    Choose a Chassis, Module, and SONET Interface from the list boxes at the left of the window. The performance information for the selected interface appears (see Figure 10-8). Step 3 Choose the Line tab, if required. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 264

    Chapter 10 Interface Performance SONET Interface Performance Figure 10-9 SONET Interface Performance—Line Tab Choose the Path tab, if required. Step 4 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-12 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 265

    Chapter 10 Interface Performance SONET Interface Performance Figure 10-10 SONET Interface Performance—Path Tab The Virtual Tributary tab is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Note Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-13 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 266: Sonet Performance Window—detailed Description, Section Tab, Line Tab

    Severely Errored Seconds—Number of far end severely errored seconds encountered by the SONET line. Unavailable Seconds—Total number of far end unavailable seconds encountered by the SONET line. Coding Violations—Number of far end coding violations encountered by the SONET line. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-14 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 267: Path Tab, Virtual Tributary Tab, Ds3/e3 Interface Performance, Viewing The Ds3/e3 Interface Performance Window

    Unavailable Seconds—Total number of far end unavailable seconds encountered by the SONET path. Coding Violations—Number of far end coding violations encountered by the SONET path. Virtual Tributary Tab The Virtual Tributary tab is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. DS3/E3 Interface Performance The DS3/E3 Interface Performance section covers the following areas: Viewing the DS3/E3 Interface Performance Window •...

  • Page 268

    Choose a Chassis, Module, and DS3 Interface from the list boxes displayed at the left of the window. Step 2 The DS3/E3 interface performance information for the selected interface appears. Step 3 Choose the E3 Performance tab, if required, to view the E3 Performance details (see Figure 10-12). Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 269: Ds3/e3 Interface Performance Window—detailed Description, Ds3 Performance Tab

    The DS3/E3 Interface Performance window displays two tabs: DS3 Performance and E3 Performance. DS3 Performance Tab The DS3 Performance tab (see Figure 10-11 on page 10-16) displays two areas: DS3 Statistics and Far End DS3 Statistics. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-17 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 270: E3 Performance Tab

    P-bit Severely Errored Seconds—Number of P-bit severely errored seconds encountered by the interface. Unavailable Seconds—Count of the unavailable seconds encountered by interface. Far End DS3 Statistics Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. E3 Performance Tab The E3 Performance tab (see Figure 10-12 on page 10-17) displays three areas: Current E3 Status, Interval E3 Status, and Total E3 Status.

  • Page 271: Ethernet Interface Performance, Viewing The Ethernet Interface Performance Window

    Ethernet Interface Performance Window—Detailed Description Viewing the Ethernet Interface Performance Window To view the Ethernet Interface Performance window, proceed as follows: Right click on the Ethernet interface object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Step 1 Performance>Ethernet>Performance. See Table 10-2 on page 10-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the Ethernet Interface Performance window.

  • Page 272: Ethernet Interface Performance Window—detailed Description, General Statistics, Collision Statistics

    Collision Statistics The Collision Statistics area displays the following statistics: Collision Count—Number of collisions per frame on a particular interface Collision Frequency—The corresponding count of frames for the specified number of collisions. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-20 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 273: Srp Performance, Viewing The Srp Performance Window

    • SRP Performance Window—Detailed Description Viewing the SRP Performance Window To view the SRP Performance window, proceed as follows: Right click on the SRP interface object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Performance> Step 1 SRP>Performance. See Table 10-2 on page 10-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the SRP Performance window.

  • Page 274

    Chapter 10 Interface Performance SRP Performance Figure 10-15 SRP Performance window—Outer Ring tab Step 4 Click on the Inner Ring tab, if required. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-22 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 275

    Chapter 10 Interface Performance SRP Performance Figure 10-16 SRP Performance Window—Inner Ring Tab Click on the Side tab, if required. Step 5 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-23 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 276: Srp Performance Window—detailed Description

    All the counters that are mentioned in this dialog are subjected to the current 15 minutes interval on the Note device. Note This dialog is not supported on OC-12 SRP interface (except Engine 3 OC-12c/STM-4 line card interface) objects. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-24 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 277: Interface Tab

    Node Receive Traffic—The rate of traffic received by this node from the ring. The displayed value is in Packets/sec, the traffic in the last Time Elapsed seconds is considered for calculation. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-25 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 278: Outer Ring Tab

    Node Receive Traffic—The rate of traffic on the outer ring, received by this node from the ring. The displayed value is in Packets/sec, traffic in the last Time Elapsed seconds is considered for calculation. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-26...

  • Page 279: Inner Ring Tab

    Node Receive Traffic—The rate of traffic on the inner ring, received by this node from the ring. The displayed value is in Packets/sec, traffic in the last Time Elapsed seconds is considered for calculation. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-27...

  • Page 280: Side Tab, Srp Side Performance

    Bytes, traffic in the last Time Elapsed seconds is considered for calculation. SRP Side Performance The SRP Side Performance section covers the following areas: • Viewing the SRP Side Performance Window • SRP Side Performance Window—Detailed Description Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-28 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 281: Viewing The Srp Side Performance Window

    Viewing the SRP Side Performance Window To view the SRP Side Performance window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right click on a SRP Side interface object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Performance>SRP>Side>Performance. See Table 10-2 on page 10-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the SRP Side Performance window.

  • Page 282

    Chapter 10 Interface Performance SRP Side Performance Figure 10-19 SRP Side Performance window—Host tab Step 4 Click on the Errors tab, if required. Figure 10-20 SRP Side Performance window—Errors Tab Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-30 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 283: Srp Side Performance Window—detailed Description, Ring Tab

    Octets In Low Priority Unicast—Displays the number of low priority unicast octets received from the physical layer. High Priority Unicast—Displays the number of high priority unicast octets received from the physical layer. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-31 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 284: Host Tab

    Low Priority Multicast—Displays the number of low priority multicast octets received from the higher layer. High Priority Multicast—Displays the number of high priority multicast octets received from the higher layer. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-32 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 285: Errors Tab

    Received Giant Packets—Displays the number of packets discarded due to packet size being too big for the higher layer. Received Short Packets—Displays the number of packets discarded due to packet size being too small for the higher layer. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-33 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 286

    Chapter 10 Interface Performance SRP Side Performance Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 10-34 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 287: Launching The Layer 3 Qos Windows

    Layer 3 QoS windows that can be launched from each of the available object types. For example, the CAR Policy Configuration window can be launched for 12000 Series Router chassis from a Site, Chassis, Module, Interface or a CAR Policy, but not from the WRED-MDRR container or a CoS Queue Group object.

  • Page 288: Chapter 11 Layer 3 Qo

    Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager windows cannot be opened when multiple objects are Note selected (the menu options to open the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager windows are grayed out). The available menu options can be launched from a site object (containing the chassis, module or interface objects) to perform the various operations as and when required.

  • Page 289: Car And Wred Overview, Access Lists, Committed Access Rate (car), Weighted Random Early Detection (wred)

    Note In Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager, you can currently apply only one CAR policy to a module. Weighted Random Early Detection (WRED) WRED is a congestion avoidance mechanism that takes advantage of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) congestion control mechanism.

  • Page 290: Towards The Fabric (tofab), Mdrr Overview, Mdrr In Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager

    CAR and WRED Overview Towards the Fabric (ToFab) ToFab describes the receive side traffic queues from a line card to (towards) the Switch fabric. Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager supports this functionality through the following dialogs, ToFab Configuration (used for creating ToFab policies) •...

  • Page 291: Implications Of Engine Type, Car And Wred In Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager

    CAR and WRED in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager CAR and WRED are modeled as objects in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. There are two types of CAR objects: CAR policies and access lists. There is two types of WRED objects: CoS (Class of Service) queue groups and ToFab policies.

  • Page 292: The Workflow For Car, Car Policy Configuration, Per Interface Rate Control (pirc) Support

    • Only one rule is allowed in a PIRC statement • Available conform-actions are: drop – set-prec-transmit – transmit – No access-group matching is available in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager • Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-6 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 293: Limited Support For Engine 4, Creating A Car Policy

    Step 1 from a relevant object to launch the CAR Policy Configuration window. See Table 11-1 on page 11-2 information on which objects allow you to launch the CAR Policy Configuration window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-7 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 294: Applying An Access List To A Car Policy

    11-10). To apply an access list, proceed as follows: Choose Yes in the Access List Choice area. Available access lists appear at the left of the window. Step 2 Step 3 Choose the access list you want to apply. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-8 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 295: Car Policy Configuration Window—detailed Description, Car Policy Configuration Tab

    Transmit—Choose to transmit the packet or not. Set Prec. To X and Continue—(numbers 0-7) Set precedence to an integer and continue. Set Prec. To X and Transmit—(numbers 0-7) Set precedence to an integer and transmit. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-9 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 296: Exceed Action, Access List Configuration, Creating Access Lists

    Choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>Interface>QoS>Access List Configuration from a relevant object to launch the Access List Configuration window. See Table 11-1 on page 11-2 information on which objects allow you to launch the Access List Configuration window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-10 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 297

    Step 6 Choose Save to save the changes. To apply an access list to a CAR policy, see “Applying an Access List to a CAR Policy” section on Step 7 page 11-8. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 298: Access List Configuration Window—detailed Description, General Tab

    Logging Level—(This field is only applicable to IP standard and IP extended access lists). If you enable the logging level, then informational messages about the packet that matched the criteria specified in the access list are generated. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-12 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 299: Ip Standard Tab

    Values are grayed out in the IP Standard area depending upon the Host Type selected. Host Name—Name of the host (or source of the packet) for which the access action is applicable. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-13...

  • Page 300: Ip Precedence Tab

    Precedence—IP precedence to be matched. Possible values are 0 to 7. Precedence Bit Mask—If more than one precedence comes into the same classification, precedence bit mask should be used. Possible values for this field are 00 to FF. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-14 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 301

    Figure 11-5 Access List Configuration—MAC Tab The MAC tab contains one area: MAC. The MAC area contains one field: MAC Address—Type in the MAC address for the packets to be classified. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-15 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 302: Ip Extended Tab

    Protocol Name—Name or number of an IP protocol. Valid protocol number values are 0 to 255. Valid protocol names are as follows: Table 11-2 Valid Protocol Names Valid Protocol Names ipinip eigrp ospf icmp igmp igrp Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 303

    The Port sub-area in the Source and Destination areas contains the following fields: Number—Port (interface) number from/to where the packet is sent or destined. Range—Defines which port (interface) numbers will be allowed through this filter. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-17 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 304: Car Policy Apply, Applying A Car Policy To An Interface

    To apply a CAR policy to an interface, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>Interface>QoS>CAR Policy Apply from a relevant object icon (in the Map Viewer window or from an object pick list) to launch the CAR Policy Apply window.

  • Page 305: Removing A Car Policy From An Interface, Editing Or Deleting A Car Policy

    Step 1 section on page 2-12” for details of the Layer 3 QoS view. Choose Deployment>Delete Objects. The Deployment Wizard appears with a summary of what will be Step 2 deleted. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-19 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 306: Car Policy Apply Window—detailed Description, Car Policy Apply Tab

    Choose Yes to force synchronization or choose No if you do not wish to force synchronization. Right arrow button (>>)—Allows you to move CAR policies from the Available Policies list to the Required Order list. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-20 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 307: Car Policy Status, Viewing The Car Policy Status Window

    To view the CAR Policy Status window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Choose the Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Fault>Interface>QoS> CAR Policy Status option from a relevant object icon (in the Map Viewer window or from an object pick list) to launch the CAR Policy Status window.

  • Page 308: The Workflow For Wred/drr, Engine Type Support For Wred

    If an attempt is made to apply a WRED policy to an engine 1 or 3 module, then the request will be refused and an appropriate error message issued to the client. The full range of WRED functionality will be supported for engine 0, 2, 4 and 4+ modules. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-22 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 309: Cos Queue Group Configuration, Creating A Cos Queue Group Under Wred

    CoS Queue Group Configuration window. See Table 11-1 on page 11-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the CoS Queue Group Configuration window. Figure 11-10 CoS Queue Group Configuration Window—CoS Queue Group Tab Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-23 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 310: Editing An Existing Cos Queue Group, Deleting An Existing Cos Queue Group

    Choose the CoS queue group you wish to delete within the Layer 3 QoS view. See “Layer 3 QoS View” Step 1 section on page 2-12. Choose Deployment>Delete Objects. The Deployment Wizard appears with a summary of what will be Step 2 deleted. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-24 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 311: Cos Queue Group Configuration Window—detailed Description, Cos Queue Group Tab

    Precedence and WRED Parameters. The CoS Queue Group tab also has one outside field, as follows: Exponential Weighting Constant—(numbers 0 to 16) Sets the weight used in calculating the average queue depth for this COS queue group. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-25 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 312

    (probability of drop will be 0) to the maximum threshold (probability of drop is equal to the max prob denominator). Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-26 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 313

    Alternate priority—You must specify a weight in the DRR queue area. Strict priority—No weight is specified. None—If low latency is not mapped to any of the IP Precedences in the DRR Queue, then you must set the low latency to none. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-27 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 314: Wred Tx Configuration, Applying A Cos Queue Group To An Interface

    (in the Map Viewer window or from an object pick list) to launch the WRED Tx Configuration window. See Table 11-1 on page 11-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the WRED Tx Configuration window (see Figure 11-13 on page 11-29). Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-28 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 315

    If a CoS queue group fails to be applied to an interface the Apply Status area on the WRED Tx Configuration window (see Figure 11-13 on page 11-29) is updated accordingly. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-29 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 316: Removing A Cos Queue Group From An Interface

    To remove an applied CoS queue group from an interface, proceed as follows: Step 1 In the Layer 3 QoS view, right-click on the desired CoS queue group, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>QoS>WRED Tx Configuration. The WRED Tx Configuration window...

  • Page 317: Wred Tx Configuration Window—detailed Description, Tx Config Tab

    Applied COS Queue Group—This field is blank, when no CosQ group is applied to the interface. When a CosQ group is applied, the field displays name of applied CosQ group. Apply Status This area displays the status of the last apply action. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-31 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 318: Wred Tofab Configuration, Creating A Tofab Policy

    To associate a ToFab policy to a module, the user must create a CosQ group using the WRED Note functionality. See Creating a CoS Queue Group Under WRED for information on creating a CosQ group. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-32 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 319: Editing An Existing Tofab Policy

    To edit an existing ToFab policy, proceed as follows: Launch the Map Viewer, choose the Layer3QoSView. Right click on the WRED-MDRR object and Step 1 choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration >ToFab>ToFab Configuration to launch the WRED ToFab Configuration window. Refer Table 11-1 on page 11-2...

  • Page 320: Deleting An Existing Tofab Policy

    To delete an existing ToFab policy, proceed as follows: Launch the Map Viewer, and choose the Layer3QoSView. Right click on the WRED-MDRR object and Step 1 choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>ToFab>ToFab Configuration to launch the WRED ToFab Configuration window. Refer Table 11-1 on page 11-2 for information on different objects that allow you to launch the WRED ToFab Configuration window.

  • Page 321: Wred Tofab Policy Configuration Window—detailed Description, Tofab Policy Configuration Tab, Slot Table Parameters, Actions

    Create—To create a ToFab policy, click Create, a window pops up asking the user to enter the name for the ToFab policy. Slot-CosQ Groups The Slot-CosQ group listbox lists the combination of the slots and the respective CosQ groups associated. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-35 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 322: Wred Rx Configuration, Associating A Tofab Policy To A Line Card

    Step 1 Launch the Map Viewer, and choose the Layer3QoSView. Right click on the WRED-MDRR object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>ToFab>WRED Rx Configuration from a relevant object icon to launch the WRED Rx Configuration window. Refer Table 11-1 on page 11-2 information on which objects allow you to launch the WRED Rx Configuration window.

  • Page 323: Disassociating A Tofab Policy From A Line Card, Changing The Association Of A Tofab Policy

    To disassociate a ToFab policy from a line card, proceed as follows: Launch the Map Viewer, choose the Layer3QoSView. Right click on the WRED-MDRR object and Step 1 choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>ToFab>WRED Rx Configuration to launch the WRED Rx Configuration window. Refer Table 11-1 on page 11-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the WRED Rx Configuration window.

  • Page 324: Wred Rx Configuration Window—detailed Description, Rx Configuration Tab, Actions, Associated Slot—table Info, Apply Status

    Disassociate to remove it from the selected module. Associated slot—Table Info The associated ToFab policy is displayed in this area. Apply Status This area displays the status of the previous apply action. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 11-38 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 325

    The Cisco 12000 Series Routers use both terminating Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVCs) and Switched Virtual Circuits (SVCs). A PVC is modeled in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager as an object that is deployed beneath an interface. The interface acts as the endpoint. An SVC is modeled in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager as an object that is deployed beneath an interface, but it has two endpoints.

  • Page 326: Chapter 12 Managing Atm Connection, Atm Connections Supported By Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager

    You can deploy a PVC (which creates the PVC within Cisco EMF), apply an ATM Traffic Descriptor to the PVC, then create the connection on the device. Deploying and creating a PVC creates a cross-connection within one device.

  • Page 327: Svc Connections

    Managing ATM Connections ATM Connections Supported by Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager SVC Connections An SVC is modeled in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager as an object deployed beneath two interfaces (see Figure 12-2). The remote endpoint can be a non-Cisco EMF endpoint (that is, outside Cisco EMF)) or a Cisco EMF-endpoint (that is, within Cisco EMF).

  • Page 328: Launching The Atm Connections Windows, Atm Connection Synchronization

    Cisco EMF from the current configuration on a device. This is necessary if the device is updated, for e.g., if a new ATM connection is added (or removed) then the Cisco EMF should be able to re-read from the device and update the Cisco EMF by creating new objects if necessary.

  • Page 329: Device_is_master (default Policy)

    Chapter 12 Managing ATM Connections ATM Connection Synchronization Data has been provisioned onto the device via Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager but a Write Mem • has not been performed. The device then reboots. The newly provisioned data is modeled in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager but not on the device.

  • Page 330: Normal Policy, Cemf_is_master_after_first_sync

    This setting specifies that the Cisco device is the reference point for PVC creations and deletions. Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager will sync up to the device. If a connection is present on the Cisco device but not in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager, it will create the connection. If a connection is absent on the Cisco device but present in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager, it will delete the connection.

  • Page 331: Creating Atm Connections, Uploading Existing Atm Connections And Qos Profiles

    “Deploying an SVC Object” section on page 12-22). This process creates the PVC or SVC in Cisco EMF only; it does not create the connection on the device. Apply the QoS profile to the PVC or SVC (for details, see “Applying an ATM QoS Profile to an...

  • Page 332: Naming Convention For The Uploaded Connection Objects, Configuring The Management Password Information

    Note All the PVCs are represented by this convention in the EM. Figure 12-3 Example of PVC Naming conventions The Uploading PVCs and ATM QoS Profiles section covers the following areas: Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-8 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 333: Viewing The Atm Connection Upload Window

    ATM Connection Upload Window—Detailed Description • Viewing the ATM Connection Upload Window To open the ATM Connection Upload window, proceed as follows: Right-click a chassis object, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Step 1 Manager>Configuration>Chassis>Upload ATM Connections. The ATM Connection Upload window appears.

  • Page 334: Uploading Existing Atm Connections And Atm Qos Profiles

    Upload window. When you upload, existing ATM connections are discovered and placed into the Normal state. This allows management of the connections to begin automatically in the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. Once these connections/profiles are uploaded, you can view and reconfigure them (if necessary) using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application.

  • Page 335: Atm Connection Upload Window—detailed Description, Connection Upload Tab

    Chassis list at the left of the window. Connection Upload Tab The Connection Upload tab contains a single Upload area. Upload Upload Progress—Progress of the upload operation. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 336: Managing Atm Qos Profiles, Creating Atm Qos Profiles

    The ATM QoS Profile Configuration window allows you to create and save ATM QoS profiles. ATM QoS profiles are stored in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager and the associated fields are created on the device when the connection (PVC or SVC) is created.

  • Page 337

    Step 2 Figure 12-8 Prompt Window Step 3 Enter a name for the new profile. Each profile created must have a unique name. Do not insert spaces into a profile name. Note Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-13 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 338: Editing An Atm Qos Profile

    If that QoS profile is being used by any other interfaces, you will still not be able to edit or delete the QoS profile. If you want to view the connections that are using a specific profile, run a Cisco EMF query against the profile name (for details, refer to the Cisco Element Management Framework User Guide).

  • Page 339: Deleting An Atm Qos Profile

    QoS profile. If you want to view the connections that are using a specific profile, run a Cisco EMF query against the profile name (refer to the Cisco Element Management Framework User Guide for details). Once you have removed a QoS profile from all connections, you can proceed to edit the attributes within the QoS Configuration window or delete the selected QoS profile.

  • Page 340

    Step 4 has been deleted. Figure 12-11 Information Window Step 5 Click Ok. When a profile is deleted it disappears from the list of existing profiles displayed in the QoS Profiles list. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 341: Atm Qos Profiles Configuration Window—detailed Description, Profile Tab, Rxtx Parameters Tab

    QoS—Service category of the selected QoS profile. Transmit Parameters The Transmit Parameters area contains the following fields: CLP (Cell Loss Priority)—Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. SCR (Sustainable Cell Rate)—Maximum sustained-cell-rate (scr) traffic parameter that is allowed for connections.

  • Page 342: Deploying Atm Connection Objects, Deploying A Pvc Object

    Deployment>Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>ATM Connections>SVC “ATM Connections Supported by Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager” section on page 12-2 further details on the PVC and SVC connections supported by the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. Deploying a PVC Object PVC and VCL are interchangeable terms in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager.

  • Page 343

    Figure 12-12 Deployment Wizard—Templates Step 2 Choose the template you wish to use, either: Cisco PVC under ATM EndPoint or Cisco PVC under ATM EndPoint on Sub Interface, and choose either auto named or user named (for details on auto vs. user named, see “Manually Deploying Modules”...

  • Page 344

    Enter the start number for the PVC object. This number is included in the PVC name. Step 9 Step 10 Click Forward to proceed. Figure 12-14 Deployment Wizard—Object Parameters Choose Select. An Object Selector window appears. Step 11 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-20 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 345

    (Figure 12-14 on page 12-20). Figure 12-16 Deployment Wizard—Summary Step 13 Click Finish if the deployment summary information is correct. The Deployment Wizard closes and the object is created under the selected interface. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-21 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 346: Deploying An Svc Object

    Deployment Wizard—Templates Step 2 Choose a template, either an SVC with a Cisco EMF end point or an SVC with a non-Cisco EMF end point, and choose either auto named or user named (for details on auto vs. user named, see “Manually...

  • Page 347

    Deploying ATM Connection Objects Figure 12-18 Deployment Wizard—Object Parameters Enter the number of SVC connections you want to deploy. Step 3 Enter the suffix start number. Step 4 Step 5 Click Forward to proceed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-23 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 348

    Enter the destination NSAP address for the SVC object. Step 7 Step 8 Enter either 0 (no) or 1 (yes) to auto connect the SVC object to the device. Step 9 Click Forward to proceed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-24 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 349

    Chapter 12 Managing ATM Connections Deploying ATM Connection Objects Figure 12-20 Deployment Wizard—Views Choose Select to open the object selector window. Step 10 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-25 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 350

    Figure 12-21 Deployment Wizard—Object Selector Navigate down the hierarchy until you find the interface which will be the local endpoint. Click on the Step 11 object to select, then click Apply. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-26 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 351

    When you have selected the appropriate interfaces or sub-interfaces for both endpoints (if applicable), You are returned to the window above. If you have selected the Cisco EMF endpoint option, you need to repeat this process for the second interface (remote endpoint) by clicking the second Select button.

  • Page 352: Applying An Atm Qos Profile To An Atm Connection

    Now you can apply the ATM QoS Profile you created earlier to a PVC or an SVC. To view the ATM QoS Profiles Management window, proceed as follows: Right-click on the interface that contains the created ATM connection, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Step 1 Manager>Configuration>Interface>QoS>ATM QoS Profile Management.

  • Page 353

    After you apply the profile, a status line appears in the lower left corner of the window, telling you if the profile was applied successfully or not. The information for the selected new profile appears in the tabs. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-29 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 354: Atm Pvc Configuration, Viewing The Atm Vcl Configuration Window

    Figure 12-25 ATM VCL Configuration Window—Configuration Tab Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Choose the Chassis, Module, Interface, and Cisco VCL (PVC) from the list boxes at the left of the Step 2 window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide...

  • Page 355: Connecting Or Disconnecting A Pvc

    Disconnecting a PVC disconnects the connection entirely from the device. Figure 12-26 ATM VCL Configuration Window—Layer 3 Configuration Tab Make sure that the Cisco VCL (PVC) you want to connect or disconnect is selected in the list box • at the left of the window.

  • Page 356: Decommissioning Or Re-commissioning A Pvc, Atm Oam Ping

    A PVC must already be configured for the virtual path identifier (VPI) and virtual channel identifier (VCI) values. To initiate an ATM OAM Ping, proceed as follows: Right-click on a selected interface, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration> Step 1 ATM>VCL Configuration. The ATM VCL Configuration window appears, with the Configuration tab displayed.

  • Page 357

    An action report summarizing the ping operation is displayed. Step 3 Figure 12-28 Action Report Step 4 The status of the ping operation is also displayed in the Last Ping Status area in the OAM Ping tab. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-33 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 358: Atm Vcl Configuration Window—detailed Description, Configuration Tab

    VPI—Current VPI values for the PVC VCI—Current VCI values for the PVC Traffic Information The Traffic Information area is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Encapsulation Parameters The Encapsulation Parameters area is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager.

  • Page 359: Layer 3 Configuration Tab

    Chapter 12 Managing ATM Connections ATM PVC Configuration OAM Information The OAM Information area is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Layer 3 Configuration Tab The Layer 3 Configuration tab (see Figure 12-26) contains the following areas: • VCL Config Interface •...

  • Page 360: Oam Ping Tab

    Repeat Count—Number of ping packets that are sent to the destination address. The default value is set to five. Loopback—The type of the ATM OAM Ping options. The available values are: end-loopback and seg-loopback. Last Ping Result—Status after the last ping operation for the selected PVC. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-36 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 361: Svc Configuration, Viewing The Svc Configuration Window

    Viewing the SVC Configuration Window To view the SVC Configuration window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right-click on a selected interface, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration> ATM> SVC Configuration. The ATM SVC Configuration window appears, with the Configuration tab displayed.

  • Page 362: Connecting Or Disconnecting An Svc, Decommissioning Or Recommissioning An Svc, Svc Configuration Window—detailed Description, Configuration

    SVC Configuration Window—Detailed Description The ATM SVC Configuration window (see Figure 12-30) contains one tab: Configuration. Configuration The Configuration tab contains four areas: SVC Parameters. • VC Parameters. • OAM Parameters. • Actions. • Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-38 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 363

    Connect—Allows you to connect the selected SVC, creating the connection on the device, making it real and active. Disconnect—Allows you to disconnect the selected SVC, disconnecting the connection on the device, making it inactive. Decommission—Allows you to decommission the selected SVC. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-39 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 364: Pvc Status

    Figure 12-31 ATM VCL Status Window—Status Tab Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Step 2 Choose a Chassis, Module, Interface, and Cisco VCL (PVC) from the list boxes displayed at the left of the window. The status information for the selected PVC appears. Step 3 Choose the OAM tab to view the state of the OAM cells when the ATM OAM traffic reduction is enabled.

  • Page 365: Atm Vcl Status Window—detailed Description, Status Tab

    Last Change—Time elapsed after the last status change. Install Time—Not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Soft PVC Details The Soft PVC Details area is not applicable to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 12-41...

  • Page 366

    ATM OAM MONITORING Indicates the number of VCs in the ATM_OAM_MONITORING state. During this state, the peer is sending OAM command loopback cells and the Cisco IOS software is monitoring the cells. This state can also indicate that transmission of OAM command cells has been switched off.

  • Page 367: Launching The Vlan Windows

    Deleting VLAN Objects • Launching the VLAN Windows Table 13-1 displays each object type that can be used to open the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager windows that allow you to view performance, configuration, and synchronization of the VLAN objects. Note Table 13-1 lists the menu options for launching the VLAN dialogs from the VLAN view.

  • Page 368: Chapter 13 Managing Vlan, Vlan Synchronization

    VLAN synchronization happens only on the chassis which are in the managed state i.e., normal or performance logging state. To synchronize the VLAN objects, proceed as follows: Right click on a domain in the VLAN view and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Step 1 Configuration>VLAN Management>Synchronize. The VLAN synchronization dialog can be...

  • Page 369

    All the sub-interface objects are created under the VLAN objects that are created under the DefaultDomain in the VLAN view and the sub-interfaces are created under the parent interface in the Component Managed view. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-3 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 370: Deploying Vlan Objects, Deploying A Domain

    Deploying VLAN objects Figure 13-3 VLAN Synchronize—Status Window Deploying VLAN objects Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager provides deployment wizard dialogs to deploy a Domain, VLAN and a VLAN sub-interface. All the VLAN related objects are displayed in the VLAN view. Refer “VLAN View”...

  • Page 371

    Figure 13-5 Deployment Wizard—Templates Window Step 3 Choose the deployment profile Template for VLAN domain to deploy a Domain (shown in Figure 13-6). Step 4 Click Forward. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-5 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 372

    Enter a Domain name. Each Domain must have a unique name. In this example the domain is called Step 7 Domain-2. Step 8 Click Forward. The Deployment - Wizard Summary window appears. The Summary window provides details of the object you are about to deploy. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-6 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 373: Deploying A Vlan And A Sub-interface Object Under An Existing Domain

    Place the cursor on the domain to determine the objects you can deploy in the VLAN view. Step 1 Step 2 Click and hold down the right mouse button. Step 3 Choose Deployment>Cisco 12000/10720 Manager >Deploy VLAN Related Objects. Figure 13-9 Deploying a VLAN object Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-7 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 374

    Figure 13-6). Note You can deploy a sub-interface under a VLAN object by using the VLAN SubInterface under VLAN as shown in Figure 13-10 on page 13-8. Step 5 Click Forward. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-8 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 375

    Enter the VLAN number. The VLAN number should be in the range of 1 to 4095. Step 9 Enter the number of SubInterface objects that should be deployed under the VLAN object. Click Forward. Step 10 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-9 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 376

    Step 12 Enter the subnet mask of the sub-interface. These are optional fields. Note Enter the sub-interface number. The number can range between 1 to 2147483647. Step 13 Click Forward. Step 14 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-10 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 377

    Chapter 13 Managing VLANs Deploying VLAN objects Figure 13-14 Deployment Wizard—Views Choose Select. An Object Selector window appears. Step 15 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 378

    Navigate down the hierarchy until you find the interface you wish to deploy the VLAN object under. Step 16 Click on the object, then click Apply. The Deployment Wizard, Component Managed field appears. Step 17 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-12 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 379

    Figure 13-16 Deployment Wizard—Views Step 18 Click Forward. The Deployment - Wizard Summary window appears. The Summary window provides details of the object you are about to deploy. Figure 13-17 Deployment Wizard—Summary Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-13 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 380: Vlan Configuration, Viewing The Vlan Configuration Window

    Viewing the VLAN Configuration Window To view the VLAN Configuration window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right click on a VLAN object in the VLAN view and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>VLAN Management>Configuration. See Table 13-1 on page 13-2 information on which objects allow you to launch the VLAN Configuration window. The VLAN Configuration window appears with the Configuration tab displayed.

  • Page 381: Commissioning A Vlan

    Choose a Domain and VLAN from the list boxes displayed at the left of the window. Step 3 Choose Commission to commission the selected VLAN. An Action Report window appears confirming that the commissioning action was completed successfully. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-15 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 382: Decommissioning A Vlan

    Choose a Domain and VLAN from the list boxes displayed at the left of the window. Step 2 Choose Decommission to decommission the selected VLAN. An Action Report window appears Step 3 confirming that the decommissioning action was completed successfully. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 383: Start Performance Logging

    There is no performance data gathered on the VLANs but all the sub-interfaces (in the Normal state) under the VLAN move to the performance logging state and the performance data is gathered for the sub-interfaces. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-17 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 384: Stop Performance Logging

    Choose a Domain and VLAN from the list boxes displayed at the left of the window. Step 2 Choose Stop to stop the performance polling on the VLAN. An Action Report window appears Step 3 confirming that the state of the VLAN object was successfully changed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-18 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 385: Vlan Configuration Window—detailed Description, Configuration Tab, Vlan Performance

    Performance polling is not done on a VLAN object, instead, when a VLAN object is moved to the performance polling state, all the child sub-interfaces are also moved into the performance polling state. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-19 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 386: Viewing The Vlan Performance Window

    The VLAN performance window displays the statistics for all the VLANs configured on a selected chassis. To view the VLAN Performance window, proceed as follows: Right click on a VLAN object in the VLAN view and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Step 1 Manager>Perfomance>VLAN Management> Performance. See Table 13-1 on page 13-2 information on which objects allow you to launch the VLAN Performance window.

  • Page 387: Vlan Performance Window—detailed Description, Reparenting Vlans And Vlan Sub-interfaces

    To reparent a VLAN object, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right click on a VLAN object in the VLAN view and choose View Manipulation>Reparent Object(s)..The Reparent dialog can be launched from a VLAN or sub-interface object. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-21 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 388: Deleting Vlan Objects

    Choose the VLAN objects you wish to delete within the VLAN view. See “VLAN View” section on page 2-12 for details of the VLAN view. Step 2 Choose Deployment>Delete Objects. The Deployment Wizard appears with a summary of what will be deleted. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-22 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 389

    Click Finish, and the VLAN object is deleted. If deletion fails, another interface might be currently using the VLAN object, therefore you cannot delete the object. Note Similarly, a domain can be deleted provided the VLAN and sub-interface objects are decommissioned. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-23 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 390

    Chapter 13 Managing VLANs Deleting VLAN Objects Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 13-24 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 391: Launching The Routing Windows

    It is designed to operate in Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol networks and to address the shortcomings of the Routing Information Protocol. The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager supports the Configuration and Fault Management of OSPF processes and areas on the routers.

  • Page 392: Chapter 14 Routing, Bgp Management

    BGP uses the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) as its transport protocol. Any two routers that have opened a TCP connection to each other for the purpose of exchanging routing information are known as peers or neighbor. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-2 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 393: Bgp Configuration, Viewing The Bgp Details Tab On The Bgp Configuration Window

    Step 1 on page 14-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the BGP Configuration window. The BGP Details tab is always displayed upon launching the BGP Configuration window. Note Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-3 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 394: Bgp Details Tab—detailed Description, Bgp General

    Disable—The Disable action button is active when there is a BGP process running in the device. Clicking Disable action button removes the BGP process running in the device. For more details on disabling BGP, see “Disabling BGP on a Chassis” section on page Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-4 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 395: Bgp Information, Enabling Bgp On A Chassis

    BGP window for the selected chassis. Step 3 Click on the Enable button. The Enable BGP window appears. Note The Enable button is active only when there is no BGP running on the device. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-5 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 396: Enable Bgp Window—detailed Description, Action

    Enable BGP Window—Detailed Description Local Autonomous System—The id of the BGP process to be created on the device. Action Enable BGP—Clicking on the Enable BGP button creates the BGP process on the device. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-6 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 397: Modifying Bgp On A Chassis

    Step 3 Click on the Modify button. The BGP Modify window appears. The Modify button is active only when there is BGP running on the device. Note Figure 14-3 BGP Modify Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-7 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 398: Bgp Modify Window—detailed Description, Disabling Bgp On A Chassis

    You can choose multiple chassis (from the chassis list) which allows you to disable BGP for the selected chassis. Step 3 Click on the Disable button. The Disable button is active only when there is BGP running on the device. Note Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-8 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 399: Viewing The Network Tab On The Bgp Configuration Window

    Table 14-1 on page 14-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the BGP Configuration window. Step 2 Click on the Network tab. Figure 14-5 BGP Configuration Window—Network Tab Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-9 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 400: Network Tab—detailed Description, Bgp Network Information

    Route Aggregator IP Address—The IP address of the last BGP4 speaker that performed route aggregation. Actions Add/Remove Network—Clicking this button opens the BGP Network Configuration window. For more details, see “BGP Network Configuration” section on page Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-10 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 401: Bgp Network Configuration, Bgp Network Configuration Window—detailed Description

    Edit the fields displayed in the window, as required. Step 4 BGP Network Configuration Window—Detailed Description The BGP Network Configuration window displays the following: Local AS—The Autonomous System number in the router. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 402: Action, Viewing The Neighbor Tab On The Bgp Configuration Window

    BGP Configuration window. Step 2 Click on the Neighbor tab. Figure 14-7 BGP Configuration Window—Neighbor Tab Choose the chassis from the left side of the window. Step 3 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-12 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 403: Neighbor Tab—detailed Description, Bgp Neighbor Information, Bgp Neighbor Configuration

    Choose the chassis, for which you want to configure the BGP Neighbor, from the left side of the window. Step 2 Note You can choose multiple chassis (from the chassis list) which allows you to launch the BGP Neighbor Configuration window for the selected chassis. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-13 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 404: Bgp Neighbor Configuration Window—detailed Description

    IP address of the BGP session with the neighbor; but in the EM only the loopback interface can be specified. Loopback—This is used to configure Router's Loopback Interface Number. This is valid only if Update-Source is set to YES. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-14 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 405: Viewing The Redistribution Tab On The Bgp Configuration Window, Action

    BGP Configuration window. Click on the Redistribution tab. Step 2 Figure 14-9 BGP Configuration Window—Redistribution Tab Choose the chassis from the left side of the window. Step 3 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-15 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 406: Redistribution Tab—detailed Description, Bgp Redistribution Information, Bgp Redistribute Configuration

    You can choose multiple chassis (from the chassis list) which allows you to launch the BGP Redistribute Configuration window for the selected chassis. Click on the Add/Remove Redistribute button. The BGP Redistribute Configuration window appears. Step 3 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 407: Bgp Redistribute Configuration—detailed Description, Action

    Add Redistribute Entry—Clicking on the Add Redistribute action button adds the redistribution entry to the device. Remove Redistribute Entry—Clicking on the Remove Redistribute Entry action button removes the redistribution entry from the device. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-17 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 408: Bgp Status, Viewing The Bgp Status Window

    Choose a Chassis from the list box displayed on the left side of the window. Choose the Network tab, if Step 2 required. The Network tab displays the information about paths to destination networks from all the BGP4 Peers. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-18 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 409

    Choose the Neighbor tab, if required. The Neighbor tab displays the information about BGP Peers and Step 3 it contains one entry per BGP Peer, information about the connections with BGP Peers. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-19 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 410

    Chapter 14 Routing BGP Status Figure 14-13 BGP Status—Neighbor Tab Choose the Redistribution tab, if required. The Redistribution tab displays the redistributed information Step 4 from other routing protocols. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-20 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 411: Bgp Status Window—detailed Description, Bgp-details

    IP address of the loopback interface if it is configured otherwise it is the highest IP address configured for a physical interface on that router. BGP Version—It displays the supported BGP version. BGP Synchronization—It displays whether BGP synchronization with IGP is enabled or disabled. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-21 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 412: Network, Neighbor

    The Neighbor tab displays a single area, BGP Neighbor Information. BGP Neighbor Information Neighbor IP Address—Specifies the IP address of the neighbor router. Neighbor ID—Indicates the BGP identifier of the BGP peer entry Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-22 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 413: Redistribution, Bgp Address-family Synchronization

    EM and the address families that are removed from the device are deleted from the EM. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-23 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 414

    Address-Family Synchronization window) which allows you to synchronize all the selected chassis simultaneously. Figure 14-15 BGP Address-Family Synchronization Window Step 2 Choose Synchronize to initiate the synchronization process. An Action Report appears summarizing the synchronization process. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-24 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 415

    Figure 14-16 Action Report Step 3 The status of the synchronization process is displayed in the Synchronization Status area in the BGP Address-Family Synchronization window. Figure 14-17 BGP Address-Family Synchronization—Status Report Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-25 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 416: Bgp Address-family Synchronization—detailed Description, Synchronization Tab, Bgp Address Family Configuration

    BGP Address Family-Neighbor Configuration—Detailed Description • Viewing the AF-Redistribute Tab on the BGP Address-Family Configuration Window • AF-Redistribute Tab—Detailed Description BGP Address Family—Redistribute Configuration • BGP Address Family-Configure Redistribute Protocol—Detailed Description • Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-26 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 417: Viewing The Af-general Tab On The Bgp Address-family Configuration Window

    The action buttons are greyed when there is no BGP configured on the device. Note Figure 14-18 BGP Address-Family Configuration Window Choose the Chassis and the Address Family List from the left side of the window. Step 2 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-27 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 418: Af-general Tab—detailed Description, Bgp General, Bgp Address Family Information, Configuring Address Family

    You can choose multiple chassis (from the chassis list) which allows you to launch the Configure Address Family window for the selected chassis. Step 3 Click on the Add/Remove Address Family button to open the Configure Address Family window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-28 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 419: Configure Address Family—detailed Description, Add Address Family

    Address Family—Unique identifier of the address family type. The available options are: ipv4 unicast, ipv4 multicast and vpnv4 unicast. Note In Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Release 3.1, the ipv4 vrf address family type is not configurable through the EM. Neighbor IP Address—Specifies the IP address of the neighbor router for the address family Remote AS—Specifies the neighbor router’s autonomous system number.

  • Page 420: Modifying Bgp Address Family

    BGP Address Family - Modify Address Family Parameters window for the selected chassis. Step 3 Click on the Modify Address Family button to open the BGP Address Family - Modify Address Family Parameters window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-30 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 421: Bgp Address Family-modify Address Family Parameters—detailed Description, Modify Address Family Parameters

    Address Family—Unique identifier of the address family type VRF Name—Identifier of the VRF Name if the address family type is IPv4 VRF Auto Summary—This is used to enable/disable the automatic network number summarization for the address family. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-31 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 422: Viewing The Af-network Tab On The Bgp Address-family Configuration Window

    “Viewing the AF-General Tab on the BGP Step 1 Address-Family Configuration Window” section on page 14-27 for further details. Click on the AF-Network tab. Step 2 Figure 14-21 BGP Address-Family Configuration Window—AF-Network Tab Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-32 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 423: Af-network Tab—detailed Description, Network Information, Bgp Address Family—network Configuration

    BGP Address Family - Network Configuration window for the selected chassis. Step 3 Click on the Add/Remove AF Network button to open the BGP Address Family - Network Configuration window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-33 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 424: Bgp Address Family-network Configuration—detailed Description, Add/remove Network

    Network Number—This is used to configure the IP address of a network to be advertised through BGP. Network Mask—This is used to configure the subnet mask of the network to be advertised You cannot configure a network for vpnv4 address families. Note Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-34 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 425: Viewing The Af-neighbor Tab On The Bgp Address-family Configuration Window

    Click on the AF-Neighbor tab. Step 2 Figure 14-23 BGP Address-Family Configuration Window—AF-Neighbor Tab Step 3 Choose the Chassis and the Address Family from the left side of the window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-35 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 426: Af-neighbor Tab—detailed Description, Neighbor Information, Bgp Address Family—neighbor Configuration

    BGP Address Family - Neighbor Configuration window for the selected chassis. Click on the Add/Remove AF Neighbor button to open the BGP Address Family - Neighbor Step 3 Configuration window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-36 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 427: Bgp Address Family-neighbor Configuration—detailed Description, Add/remove Neighbor

    Remote AS—This is used to configure the neighbor router’s autonomous system number. This value can range from1 to 65535. Note This attribute is configurable only for the ipv4 unicast and ipv4 vrf address families. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-37 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 428: Viewing The Af-redistribute Tab On The Bgp Address-family Configuration Window

    Open the BGP Address-Family Configuration window. See “Viewing the AF-General Tab on the BGP Address-Family Configuration Window” section on page 14-27 for further details. Step 2 Click on the AF-Redistribute tab. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-38 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 429: Af-redistribute Tab—detailed Description, Redistribute Information

    Redistribution Metric—Specifies the metric used for redistributed routes for this address family. Action Add/Remove AF Redistribute—Clicking on the “Add/Remove AF Redistribute” button opens the BGP Address Family - Redistribute Configuration window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-39 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 430: Bgp Address Family—redistribute Configuration

    Choose the chassis from the Chassis list and the address family from the Address Family list, for which Step 4 you want to configure the Redistribution protocol. Edit the fields displayed in the window, as required. Step 5 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-40 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 431: Bgp Address Family-configure Redistribute Protocol—detailed Description, Add/remove Redistribution Information, Bgp Address-family Status

    Right click on the chassis and choose Fault>BGP>BGP Address-Family Status. See Table 14-1 on page 14-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the BGP Address-Family Status window. The AF-General tab displays the BGP address family parameters. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-41 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 432

    Choose a Chassis and the address family from the list box displayed on the left side of the window. Step 2 Choose the AF-Network tab, if required. The AF-Network tab displays the network paths and the associated path information for the BGP address family. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-42 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 433

    Chapter 14 Routing BGP Address-Family Status Figure 14-28 BGP Status—AF-Network Tab Step 3 Choose the AF-Neighbor tab, if required. The AF-Neighbor tab displays the neighbor information (peer) for a BGP address family. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-43 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 434

    BGP Address-Family Status Figure 14-29 BGP Status—AF-Neighbor Tab Choose the AF-Redistribute tab, if required. The AF-Redistribute tab displays the information about the Step 4 redistribute protocols configured for a BGP address family. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-44 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 435: Bgp Address-family Status Window—detailed Description, Af-general

    Address Family—Unique identifier of the address family type. VRF Name—Identifier of the VRF Name if the address family type is ipv4 vrf. Auto Summary—Displays whether the automatic network number summarization is enabled/disabled for the address family. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-45 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 436: Af-network, Af-neighbor, Af-redistribute

    The AF—Redistribute tab displays a single area: Redistribute Information. Redistribute Information Protocol—Displays the protocol whose routes are redistributed by BGP. The redistribute configuration causes the corresponding routes to be redistributed into BGP. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-46 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 437: Ospf Management, Ospf Configuration, Viewing The Ospf Configuration Window

    Step 1 Right click on the chassis object and choose Configuration>OSPF>OSPF Configuration. See Table 14-1 on page 14-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the OSPF Configuration window. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-47 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 438: Config Tab—detailed Description, Config

    Action Add OSPF Process—Adds the OSPF Process and Network details (Network Number, Network Mask and Area ID) to the selected chassis. Remove OSPF Processes—Removes the OSPF Process from the selected chassis. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-48 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 439: Adding An Ospf Process

    Click on the Add OSPF Process button. An action report appears. Figure 14-32 Action Report Note The number of OSPF processes that can be created on a device depends on the number of interfaces (with IP address) present on the device. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-49 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 440: Removing An Ospf Process

    Click on Yes to remove the OSPF process. An action report summarizing the Remove OSPF operation Step 4 is displayed. Figure 14-34 Action Report Note Multiple OSPF processes can be selected and removed from the device. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-50 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 441: Viewing The Network Tab On The Ospf Configuration Window, Network Tab—detailed Description, Ospf Network

    The Network tab displays a single area, Ospf Network. Ospf Network Process ID—The OSPF process ID of the selected chassis. Network Number—The Network Number for corresponding Process ID of the selected chassis. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-51 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 442: Configuring A Network

    Choose the Network tab and click on the Configure Network button, the Configure Network window appears. Figure 14-36 Configure Network Window Step 3 To add a network, enter the values in the textboxes and click on the Add Network button. An action report is displayed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-52 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 443

    Figure 14-37 Action Report Step 4 To remove a network, enter the values in the textboxes and click on the Remove Network button. An action report is displayed. Figure 14-38 Action Report Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-53 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 444: Configure Network—detailed Description, Configure Network, Ospf Status, Viewing The Ospf Status Window

    OSPF Status window. The OSPF Status window appears with the General Group tab displayed. The General tab displays the attributes that apply globally to the OSPF processes configured on the router. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-54 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 445

    The Network Details lists the networks configured on OSPF processes and also VRF/VPN instance associated with OSPF process(if any). It includes associated VPN/ VRF Instance (if any), Network entries (Network number, N/w Mask, Area id). Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-55 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 446

    Figure 14-40 OSPF Status—Process Information Tab Choose the Area tab, if required. The Area tab displays the complete information describing the Step 3 configured parameters and cumulative statistics of one of the router's attached areas. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-56 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 447

    Chapter 14 Routing OSPF Status Figure 14-41 OSPF Status—Area Tab Step 4 Choose the Interface tab, if required. The Interface tab displays the complete information about the interfaces and their statistics. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-57 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 448

    Chapter 14 Routing OSPF Status Figure 14-42 OSPF Status—Interface Tab Step 5 Choose the Neighbor tab, if required. The Neighbor tab displays all the neighbors in the locality of the selected router. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-58 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 449

    Figure 14-43 OSPF Status—Neighbor Tab Step 6 Choose the Link State tab, if required. The Link State tab displays the Link State Advertisements from the areas that the device is attached to. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-59 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 450

    Figure 14-44 OSPF Status—Link State Tab Step 7 Choose the Host tab, if required. The Host tab displays hosts that are directly attached to the router, and their metrics and types of service advertised for them. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-60 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 451: Ospf Status—detailed Description, General Group

    OSPF Process is active on at least one interface and when the value is set to disabled, the OSPF process is disabled on all the interfaces. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-61 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 452: Process Information, Area

    The Area tab displays three areas: Area, Stub Area and Area Range. Area OSPF Area ID—Unique identifier of the area. Auth Type—The authentication type specified for an area. Additional authentication types may be assigned locally on a per Area basis. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-62 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 453: Interface

    OSPF. Router Priority—The priority of this interface. When the value is set to 0, it signifies that the router is not eligible to become the designated router on this particular network. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-63 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 454

    This is a multiple of the Hello interval. This value must be the same for the virtual neighbor. Vir Interface State—Signifies the OSPF virtual interface states. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-64 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 455: Neighbor

    Vir Nbr State—The state of the Virtual Neighbor Relationship. Vir Nbr Events—The number of times this virtual link has changed its state, or an error has occurred. Vir Nbr LS Retransmit Q Len—The current length of the retransmission queue. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-65 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 456: Link State, Host

    Host IP Address—The IP Address of the Host Host Metric—The Metric to be advertised. Host Status—Displays the validity or invalidity of the entry. When this value is set to invalid, it has the effect of rendering it inoperative. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 14-66 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 457: Introduction

    C H A P T E R MPLS Management This chapter describes the Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) management tasks that can be performed using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. This chapter details the following information: Introduction • •...

  • Page 458: Chapter 15 Mpl Management, Mpls Management Workflow

    Internet providers and subscribers. The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager focuses on providing basic troubleshooting capabilities for MPLS configuration set-up in the Cisco 12000 and 10720 Series Routers. The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager provides the following MPLS functionality: •...

  • Page 459: Launching The Mpls Management Windows

    Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Fault> Chassis> Information MPLS> MPLS Tunnel Information The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager MPLS Management windows cannot be opened when multiple Note objects are selected (the menu options to open the windows are grayed out). Available menu options can be launched from a site object containing the required objects.

  • Page 460: Mpls Forwarding Information, Viewing The Mpls Forwarding Information Window

    • Viewing the MPLS Forwarding Information Window To view the MPLS Forwarding Information window, proceed as follows: Right click on an appropriate object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Fault> Chassis> Step 1 MPLS> MPLS Forwarding Information. See Table 15-1 on page 15-3 for information on which objects allow you to launch the MPLS Forwarding Information window.

  • Page 461: Mpls Forwarding Information Window—detailed Description, Mpls Forwarding Information Tab

    Prefix/Tunnel Id—Displays the IP address of the egress interface or tunnel ID for the incoming packet. Bytes Switched—Bytes Switched across the LSR. Next Hop—Displays information about the next hop address. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-5 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 462: Fault Management For Mpls Lsr Interfaces, Mpls Interface Status, Viewing The Mpls Interface Status Window

    The MPLS Interface Status window displays information about MPLS configuration and capability for the interfaces on a managed chassis (12000 Series and Cisco 10720). For any interfaces that have MPLS configured, that is, having an MPLS layer active, their current configuration is displayed in the MPLS Interface Status window.

  • Page 463: Mpls Interface Status Window—detailed Description

    MTU—Displays the size of the largest packet that can be sent/received on the selected MPLS active interface. Counter Discontinuity Time—Displays the value of the sysUpTime on the most recent occasion at which any one or more of this MPLS active interfaces counters suffered a discontinuity. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-7 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 464: Mpls Interface Information, Viewing The Mpls Interface Information Window

    The MPLS Interface Information window displays the MPLS configuration and performance details for any MPLS enabled interfaces and sub-interfaces on a managed chassis (12000 Series and 10720). The MPLS Interface Information window also helps to overcome the limitations with MPLS Interface Status and MPLS Interface Performance windows which cannot be used for viewing the status and performance details of MPLS interfaces and sub-interfaces.

  • Page 465: Mpls Interface Information Window—detailed Description

    Operational Status—Displays information about the current operational status of the selected interface (up or down). MTU—Displays the size of the largest packet that can be sent/received on the selected interface. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-9 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 466

    Max Label In—Displays the maximum value of an MPLS label that this LSR is willing to receive on this interface. Max Label Out—This is the maximum value of an MPLS label that this LSR is willing to send on this interface. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-10 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 467

    Conf Storage Type—The storage type for this entry. Interface Performance Tab The Interface Performance tab (see Figure 15-5) displays a single Select Interface area. Figure 15-5 MPLS Interface Information Window—Interface Performance Tab Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 468

    MPLS Performance Tab The Interface Performance tab (see Figure 15-6) displays a single Select Interface area. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-12 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 469

    Out Packets—Displays the number of labeled packets that have been transmitted on this interface. Out Fragments—Displays the number of outgoing MPLS packets that required fragmentation before transmission on this interface. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-13 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 470: Performance Management For Mpls Lsr Interfaces, Mpls Interface Performance, Viewing The Mpls Interface Performance Window

    The MPLS Interface Performance window provides information about MPLS performance attribute information for interfaces on a managed Chassis (Cisco 12000 and 10720 Series Routers). For any interfaces that have MPLS configured, that is, having an MPLS layer active, their current performance attributes are displayed in the MPLS Interface Performance window.

  • Page 471: Mpls Interface Performance Window—detailed Description

    In Octets—Displays the total number of octets received by the MPLS layer on the selected interface including framing characteristics. Out Octets—Displays the total number of octets transmitted by the MPLS layer from the interface including framing characteristics. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-15 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 472

    MPLS Performance Statistics Tab The MPLS Performance Statistics tab (see Figure 15-8) displays the Failed Label Lookups attribute and Incoming Direction and Outgoing Direction areas. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 473

    Out Discards—The number of outbound labeled packets, which were chosen to be discarded even though no errors had been detected to prevent their being transmitted. One possible reason for discarding such a labeled packet could be to free up buffer space. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-17 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 474: Fault Management For Mpls Ldp, Mpls Ldp Entity Status Window

    Viewing the MPLS LDP Entity Status Window To view the MPLS LDP Entity Status window, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right click on an appropriate object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Fault> Chassis> MPLS> MPLS LDP Entity Status. See Table 15-1 on page 15-3 for information on which objects allow you to launch the LDP Entity Status window.

  • Page 475: Mpls Ldp Entity Status Window—detailed Description

    Detection is supported but by a method other than those listed below. • hopCount—Loop Detection is supported by Hop Count only. • pathVector—Loop Detection is supported by Path Vector only. • Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-19 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 476

    Target Peer—If this LDP entity uses targeted peer then set this to “true”. Target Peer Address Type—The type of the internetwork layer address used for the Extended Discovery. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-20 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 477

    Attempted Sessions—A count of the total attempted sessions for this LDP Entity. Session Rejected No Hello Errors—A count of the Session Rejected/No Hello Error Notification Messages sent or received by this LDP Entity. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-21 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 478

    The General Label Range tab displays the general range configurations on the router for each LDP entity. The General Label Range tab (see Figure 15-11) displays a single General Label Range area. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-22 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 479

    The Value “ “ means the interface is not known. Minimum Label Range—The minimum label configured for this range. Maximum Label Range—The maximum label configured for this range. Storage Type—Displays the storage type for the LDP entry. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-23 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 480

    DefaultControl VPI—The default VPI value for the non-MPLS connection. The default value of this is 0 (zero) but other values may be configured. This object allows a different value to be configured. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-24...

  • Page 481

    The table displays the following information: Local LDP Id—Displays the LDP identifier. Index—This index is used as a secondary index to uniquely identify this row. Label Range Min VPI—The minimum VPI number configured for this range. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-25 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 482: Mpls Ldp Hello Adjacencies, Viewing The Mpls Ldp Hello Adjacencies Window

    • Viewing the MPLS LDP Hello Adjacencies Window To view the MPLS LDP Hello Adjacencies window, proceed as follows: Right click on an appropriate object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Fault> Chassis> Step 1 MPLS> MPLS LDP Hello Adjacencies. See...

  • Page 483: Mpls Ldp Hello Adjacencies Window—detailed Description

    Adjacency Number—Displays an identifier for this specific adjacency. Time Remaining—The time remaining for this Hello Adjacency. This interval will change when the “next” Hello message which corresponds to this Hello Adjacency is received. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-27 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 484: Mpls Ldp Peer Status, Viewing The Mpls Ldp Peer Status Window

    • Viewing the MPLS LDP Peer Status Window To view the MPLS LDP Peer Status window, proceed as follows: Right click on an appropriate object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Fault> Chassis> Step 1 MPLS> MPLS LDP Peer Status. See...

  • Page 485: Mpls Ldp Peer Status Window—detailed Description

    Vector Limit for this peer. Sessions Tab The Sessions tab (see Figure 15-16) displays information about each session between an LDP entity and an LDP peer. The Sessions tab displays a single LDP Sessions area. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-29 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 486

    Session Initialization. Discontinuity Time—The value of sysUpTime on the most recent occasion at which any one or more of this session’s counters suffered a discontinuity. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-30 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 487

    Unknown TLV Errors—This object counts the number of Unknown TLV Errors detected during the current session. Discontinuities in the value of this counter can occur at re-initialization of the management system, and at other times as indicated by the value of mplsLdpSessionDiscontinuityTime. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-31 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 488

    Peer LDP Id—The LDP identifier of this LDP Peer. Minimum VPI Number—The minimum VPI number. Minimum VCI Number—The minimum VCI number. Maximum VPI Number—The maximum VPI number. Maximum VCI Number—The maximum VCI number. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-32 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 489: Fault Management For Mpls Traffic Engineering, Mpls Tunnel Information, Viewing The Mpls Tunnel Information Window

    The MPLS Tunnel Information window displays the status information about the MPLS tunnels configured on the managed chassis (Cisco 12000 and 10720 Series Routers). The MPLS Tunnel Information window uses the MPLS-TE-MIB to populate window. This window can be used to find: the tunnels that exist on a device, the LSPs that originate or transit this device and whether the MPLS entities are functionally up or down.

  • Page 490: Mpls Tunnel Information Window—detailed Description

    Select Tunnel area in any of the Tabs then the same information will be updated in all the other Tabs as well. The Select Tunnel tab (see Figure 15-19) displays two areas, Select Tunnel and General. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-34 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 491

    Head Tunnels. For more information regarding LSPs select the LSP Setup Tab LSP Hops Tab. The Head Tunnel Setup tab (see Figure 15-20) displays four areas, Select Tunnel, Tunnel Info, Tunnel Status and Advanced. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-35 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 492

    Tunnel Type—Displays either head tunnel or LSP. Signalling Protocol—Displays the signaling protocol, if any, which was used to setup this tunnel. Possible values are none, rsvp, crldp, or other. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-36 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 493

    State Transitions—Displays the number of times the state of this tunnel instance has changed. Include Any Affinity—A link satisfies the include-any constraint if and only if the constraint is zero, or the link and the constraint have a resource class in common. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-37 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 494

    To view head tunnel hop information, choose a head tunnel in Select Tunnel area and choose a Hop Index Note in the Hop Table area. Information appears for the selected head tunnel and its Hop Index. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-38 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 495

    Tunnel Hops Tab. Note To view LSP Setup information, choose the LSP in the Select Tunnel Area. The LSP Setup tab displays four areas, Select Tunnel, Tunnel Info, Tunnel Status and Advanced. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-39 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 496

    Signalling Protocol—Displays the signaling protocol, if any, which was used to setup this tunnel. Possible values are none, rsvp, crldp, or other. Storage Type—This variable indicates the storage type for this object. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-40 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 497

    This value must be set to transit at transit points along the tunnel, if transit points are supported. This value must be set to tail at the terminating point of the tunnel if tunnel tails are supported. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-41 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 498

    Instance—Displays the tunnel instance of the LSP. It is useful to identify multiple instances of tunnels for the purposes of backup and parallel tunnels. Ingress LSR—Displays the source IP address of the LSP. Egress LSR—Displays the egress LSR IP address. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-42 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 499

    This object is otherwise insignificant and should contain a value of 0 to indicate this fact. Hop Type—Displays whether this tunnel hop is routed in a strict or loose fashion. Possible values are: strict, or loose. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-43 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 500

    Ingress LSR—Displays the source IP address of the LSP. Egress LSR—Displays the egress LSR IP address. Resource Index—This variable represents a pointer to the traffic parameter specification for this tunnel. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-44 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 501

    The Performance tab displays the Tunnel Performance area. Figure 15-25 MPLS Tunnel Information Window—Performance Tab Tunnel Performance The Select Tunnel area displays the following information: Tunnel Id—Displays the tunnel identification number. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-45 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 502

    HC Packets—High capacity counter for the number of packets forwarded by the tunnel. Errors—Displays the number of errored packets. Bytes—Displays the number of bytes forwarded by the tunnel. HC Bytes—High capacity counter for the number of bytes forwarded by the tunnel. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 15-46 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 503: Introduction To Vrf Management

    C H A P T E R MPLS VRF Management This chapter describes the various MPLS VRF Management tasks that can be performed using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. This chapter is divided into the following main sections: Introduction to VRF Management •...

  • Page 504: Chapter 16 Mpl Vrf Management, Vrf Management Workflows, Launching The Mpls Vrf Management Windows

    Launching the MPLS VRF Management Windows Table 16-1 displays the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager MPLS VRF Management windows that can be launched from each object type. For example, the VRF Configuration window can be launched from a Site, or Chassis object, but cannot be launched from a Module or an Interface object.

  • Page 505: Creating Vrf Objects In The Em, Deploying Vrf Objects

    Creating VRF Objects in the EM The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application provides a deployment wizard to help you deploy VRF objects within your EM. All the VRF related objects are displayed beneath the Chassis object in the Software/VRF folder.

  • Page 506

    16-2): Figure 16-2 Deployment Wizard - Object Parameters Window Step 2 Enter the number of VRF Objects required. A single VRF object was entered in this example. Step 3 Choose Forward. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-4 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 507

    Enter a VRF name. Each VRF must have a unique name. In this example the VRF is called VRF-1. Step 5 Choose Forward. The Deployment Wizard - Views window appears: Figure 16-4 Deployment Wizard - Views Choose Select (for the ComponentManaged view). The Object Selector window appears: Step 6 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-5 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 508

    VRF object within the VRF folder. Click on the VRF folder to select it and then click Apply. Step 8 The Deployment Wizard - Views window re-appears with the selected object displayed (VRF in this example) in both the ComponentManaged and Physical fields. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-6 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 509

    Figure 16-6 Deployment Wizard—Views Step 9 Choose Forward. Step 10 The Deployment Wizard - Summary window appears. The Summary window provides details of the object you are about to deploy. Figure 16-7 Deployment Wizard—Summary Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-7 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 510: Creating And Configuring The Vrf Policy On A Device

    VRF policy from the chassis. To remove a VRF policy from a chassis, see the “Removing a VRF Policy from a Selected Chassis” section on page 16-10 for further details. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-8 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 511

    Once the VRF policy object is created and available in the device, it should be possible to associate/disassociate that VRF object to/from the interface which inherits the CiscoVRFFunctionality. See the “Creating and Configuring the VRF Policy on a Device” section on page 16-8 for further details. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-9 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 512: Removing A Vrf Policy From A Selected Chassis

    Choose a Chassis and VRF from the list box displayed at the left of the window. Enter the Route Target to remove in the Route ID field and then select the appropriate route type from Step 3 the Route Type drop down box. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-10 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 513: Vrf Configuration Window—detailed Description, Vrf Configuration Tab

    Maximum Routes—Allows you to configure the maximum number of routes allowed in this routing table. Threshold in%—Allows you to configure the threshold value (in percentage of number of entries in routing table) at which to generate a warning message). Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 514: Associating A Vrf Policy With An Interface

    (in managed state). The VRF Association section covers the following areas: • Associating VRF Policies Removing a VRF Policy from a Selected Interface • VRF Association Window—Detailed Description • Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-12 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 515: Associating Vrf Policies

    Click the Apply button to associate the selected VRF policy with the selected interface. An Action report window appears to inform you that the VRF policy has been associated successfully. An error message appears if the VRF policy is already applied to the interface. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-13 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 516: Removing A Vrf Policy From A Selected Interface, Vrf Association Window—detailed Description

    Remove Button—Choose Remove to remove the selected VRF policies from the selected interfaces. Associated VRF Policy Information The Associated VRF Policy Information area displays the following information: Applied VRF Policy—Displays the VRF policy associated to the selected interface. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-14 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 517: Vrf Fault Management, Vrf Status, Viewing The Vrf Status Window

    Right click on an appropriate object and choose Fault> MPLS> VRF Status. See Table 16-1 on page 16-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the VRF Status window. The VRF Status window appears, with the General tab displayed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-15 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 518: Vrf Status Window—detailed Description, General Tab

    16-11) displays VRF details in two areas, VRF Details and General. VRF Details The VRF Details area displays the following information: VRF—List of VRFs configured in the device (listed according to VRF names). Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-16 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 519: Performance And Security Tab

    Storage Type—Displays the storage type for this entry. Performance and Security Tab The Performance and Security tab (see Figure 16-12) displays performance and security details in three areas, VRF Details, Performance and Security. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-17 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 520

    No. of illegally received labels—Indicates the number of illegally received labels on this VPN/VRF. No. of illegal labels threshold value—The number of illegally received labels above which the notification is issued. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-18 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 521: Interface Vrf Status, Viewing The Interface Vrf Status Window

    Choose a Chassis from the list box displayed at the left of the window. The status information appears Step 2 for the selected chassis. For further information, see “VRF Status Window—Detailed Description” section on page 16-16. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-19 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 522: Interface Vrf Status Window—detailed Description, Interface Vrf Association Tab, Vpn Status

    Right click on a chassis object and choose Fault>MPLS>VPN Status. See Table 16-1 on page 16-2 information on which objects allow you to launch the VPN Status window. The VPN Status window appears, with the General tab displayed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-20 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 523: Vpn Status Window—detailed Description, General Tab

    No. of Maximum Possible Routes—Displays the maximum number of allowable routes on the device. No. of Active VRFs—Displays the number of VRFs that are active on this node. Notification Status—Displays the notification status. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-21 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 524: Routes Tab

    Route Type—The type of route. Route Proto—The routing mechanism via which this route was learned. Inclusion of values for gateway routing protocols is not intended to imply that hosts should support those protocols. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-22 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 525: Route Targets Tab

    Notused. Storage Type—Displays the storage type for this entry. Route Targets Tab The Route Targets tab (see Figure 16-21) displays VRF route target information in a single VRF Route Targets area. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-23 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 526

    Route Target—Route target distribution policy. Route Target Descr—Description of the route target. Route Target Type—The route target export distribution type. Route Target Index—Auxiliary index for Route Targets configured for a particular VRF. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-24 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 527: Bgp Neighbor Tab

    Neighbor Role—Displays the role played by this EBGP neighbor with respect to this VRF. Neighbor Index—Displays a unique tertiary index for an entry in the MPLS/BGP Neighbor Table. Neighbor Storage Type—The storage type for this entry. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-25 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 528: Vrf Object Status, Viewing The Vrf Object Status Window

    • Viewing the VRF Object Status Window To view the VRF Object Status window, proceed as follows: Right click on the VRF object and choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager> Fault> Chassis> Step 1 MPLS>VRF Object Status. See Table 15-1 on page 15-3 for information on which objects allow you to launch the VRF Object Status window.

  • Page 529: Vrf Object Status Window—detailed Description, General Tab

    No. of illegally received labels—Indicates the number of illegally received labels on this VPN/VRF. Notification issued after no. of illegal labels—The number of illegally received labels above which this notification is issued. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-27 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 530

    Route Proto—The routing mechanism via which this route was learned. Inclusion of values for gateway routing protocols is not intended to imply that hosts should support those protocols. Route Age—The number of seconds since this route was last updated or otherwise determined to be correct. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-28 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 531

    Notused. Storage Type—Displays the storage type for this entry. Route Targets Tab The Route Targets tab (see Figure 16-21) displays the route table information for VRFs in a single Routes area. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-29 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 532

    Route Target—Route target distribution policy. Route Target Descr—Description of the route target. Route Target Type—The route target export distribution type. Route Target Index—Auxiliary index for Route Targets configured for a particular VRF. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-30 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 533: Interface Association Tab

    VPN Classification—Denotes whether this link participates in a carrier-of-carrier's, enterprise, or inter-provider scenario. Route Distribution Protocol—Displays the route distribution protocol across the PE-CE link. Storage Type—Displays the storage type for this entry. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-31 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 534: Performance Tab

    No. of Curr Routes—Displays the number of routes currently used by this VRF. No. of Routes Deleted—Displays the number of routes removed from this VPN/VRF. No. of Routes Added—Displays the number of routes added to this VPN/VRF over the coarse of its lifetime. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 16-32 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 535: Mpls Traps Supported By The C12000/10720 Router Manager

    The MPLS Trap Configuration window allows you to enable/disable MPLS related Traps on a managed Cisco 12000 Series Router or a 10720 Router. The MPLS based traps that can be configured through the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application are as follows: LDP traps •...

  • Page 536: Chapter 17 Mpl Trap Management

    Operational Status: <TunnelOperStatus>, Ingress LSR Id: <TunnelIngressLSRId>, Egress LSR Id: <TunnelEgressLSRId> TunnelRerouted Tunnel <TunnelIndex> ReRouted. Minor TunnelRerouted Admin Status: <TunnelAdminStatus>, Operational Status: <TunnelOperStatus>, Ingress LSR Id: <TunnelIngressLSRId>, Egress LSR Id: <TunnelEgressLSRId> Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 17-2 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 537: Enabling/disabling Traps On The Device

    Enabling/Disabling Traps on the Device To enable or disable MPLS trap generation on a selected chassis, proceed as follows: Open the MPLS Trap Configuration window. Right click on an appropriate object and select the Cisco Step 1 12000/10720 Manager> Configuration> Chassis> MPLS> MPLS Trap Configuration option. See Table 17-2 for information on which objects allow you to launch the MPLS Trap Configuration window.

  • Page 538: Mpls Trap Configuration Window—detailed Description, Traps Tab

    The Traps tab displays a single Traps area: VPN Traps—Allows you to choose whether to Enable/Disable VPN based traps. The VPN based traps supported by the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application are the VRF trap names described in Table 17-1 on page 17-1.

  • Page 539: Mpls Cli Troubleshooting Services, Launching The Mpls Cli Troubleshooting Services Windows

    MPLS Trap Management MPLS CLI Troubleshooting Services Traffic Engineering (TE) Traps—Allows you to choose whether to Enable/Disable Traffic Engineering based traps. The TE traps supported by the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application are described in Table 17-1 on page 17-1.

  • Page 540: Verify Routing Protocols

    To open the Verify Routing Protocols window see Table 17-3. The Verify Routing Protocols window (see Figure 17-2) displays the results of the show ip protocols command. Figure 17-2 Verify Routing Protocols Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 17-6 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 541: Verify Routing Tables

    To open the Verify Routing Tables window see Table 17-3. The Verify Routing Tables window (see Figure 17-3) displays the results of the show ip route command. Figure 17-3 Verify Routing Tables Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 17-7 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 542: Verify Cef Switching

    To open the Verify CEF Switching window see Table 17-3. The Verify CEF Switching window (see Figure 17-4) displays the results of the show ip cef command. Figure 17-4 Verify CEF Switching Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 17-8 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 543: Verify Cef Switching Summary

    To open the Verify CEF Switching Summary window see Table 17-3. The Verify CEF Switching Summary window (see Figure 17-5) displays the results of the show ip cef summary command. Figure 17-5 Verify CEF Switching Summary Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 17-9 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 544: Verify Mpls Interfaces

    To open the Verify MPLS Interfaces window see Table 17-3. The Verify MPLS Interfaces window (see Figure 17-6) displays the results of the show mpls interfaces command. Figure 17-6 Verify MPLS Interfaces Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 17-10 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 545: Verify Label Distribution

    To open the Verify Label Distribution window see Table 17-3. The Verify Label Distribution window (see Figure 17-7) displays the results of the show tag-switching tdp discovery command. Figure 17-7 Verify Label Distribution Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 17-11 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 546: Verify Label Bindings

    To open the Verify Label Bindings window see Table 17-3. The Verify Label Bindings window (see Figure 17-8) displays the results of the show tag-switching tdp bindings command. Figure 17-8 Verify Label Bindings Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 17-12 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 547: Verify Interface Cef Switching

    To open the Verify Interface CEF Switching window see Table 17-3. The Verify Interface CEF Switching window (see Figure 17-9) displays the results of the show ip cef <interfaceName Slot/Port> command. Figure 17-9 Verify Interface CEF Switching Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 17-13 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 548

    Chapter 17 MPLS Trap Management MPLS CLI Troubleshooting Services Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 17-14 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 549: Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Alarms

    C H A P T E R Fault Management This chapter describes how to view appropriate fault information on the Cisco 12000/10720 Routers you are managing. The Cisco 12000/10720 Routers can be configured to send SNMP traps when various conditions are detected. This may be a fault, the correction/resolution of a previous condition or a status update.

  • Page 550: Chapter 18 Fault Management, Viewing Alarms, Cisco 12000/10720 Router Trap Support

    When a fault occurs on a managed object in the network, Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager receives immediate notification, through a “trap” that is sent through the network. This trap manifests itself as an alarm in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. A trap of any of the above category can be one of five severity types: Critical •...

  • Page 551: Chassis Alarms

    Slot <no>: Switch Fabric Card Hot Sensor, Critical Critical, Shutdown, shutdown, <value> degree celsius Warning, NotPresent Temperature Not Present Slot <no>: Switch Fabric Card Hot Sensor, Informational Critical, Shutdown, notPresent, <value> degree celsius Warning, NotPresent Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 18-3 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 552

    Temperature traps include the affected slot in the alarm description. Note As can be seen from the table, Cisco EMF alarms may be cleared by other alarms. The general pattern is that an alarm clears alarms of the same or higher severity. All other alarms should be cleared manually.

  • Page 553: Interface Alarms, Syslog Traps

    Cisco IOS can be configured to send Syslog traps to a designated server. There are eight levels of Syslog information which are mapped into four categories of Cisco EMF alarm severity. Syslog specific data is inserted into the Message portion of the Cisco EMF alarm.

  • Page 554: Configuration Management Traps

    When a change is made to the configuration of a Cisco 12000 Series Router, Cisco IOS can send a “configuration management event trap”. This trap is translated into a Cisco EMF alarm with the following description: “Config Change, Command Source: <ccmHistoryEventCommandSource>, Config Source: <...

  • Page 555: Heartbeat Polling, Connectivity Management, Operational Status Polling, Disabling Heartbeat Polling

    • Connectivity Management Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager polls the management interface on the Cisco 12000/10720 Router every 60 seconds to determine network connectivity. If management connectivity is lost, the chassis enters into a lost comms state and this state ripples down to all subchassis objects. A major lost comms alarm is raised against the chassis.

  • Page 556: Performance Logging

    Chapter 18 Fault Management Heartbeat Polling Performance Logging Heartbeat polling is unaffected if an object is in the performance logging state. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 18-8 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 557

    Manager detects the presence of a module, the chassis enters subchassis discovery to determine the type of module that was inserted. When the new module is discovered, it is added to the appropriate Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager views and automatically commissioned.

  • Page 558: Chapter 19 Change Management, Inserting A Line Card

    Now, when the line card becomes available and is placed into the chassis, it is not an ATM OC-3 line card, but a POS OC-3 line card. What happens? Once the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager detects the new line card, it finds a mismatch. The line card gets placed into the mismatch state and a major alarm is raised against the line card.

  • Page 559: Mismatched State

    8 port fast Ethernet line card at Slot-1 and its being managed. If the 8 port fast Ethernet line card is removed from the device and a 3 port gigabit Ethernet line card is inserted, now the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager will force a rediscovery on the respective chassis. After the chassis rediscovery is...

  • Page 560: Removing A Line Card

    Removing a Line Card When you remove an existing line card from a chassis, Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager detects that the line card has been removed by heartbeat polling (which occurs every minute). Once Cisco 12000/10720...

  • Page 561: Removing A Line Card

    The re-inserted line card and its child objects will be placed in the appropriate state and the previously raised major alarm is cleared. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 19-5 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 562

    Chapter 19 Change Management Removing a Line Card Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 19-6 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 563

    This performance information can assist you to pro-actively manage your network elements, and troubleshoot network problems. This chapter describes the Cisco EMF Performance Manager application that is used in conjunction with the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application to view performance statistics from the Cisco 12000/10720 Routers managed on your network.

  • Page 564: C H A P T E R 20 Performance Management And Historical Data

    Performance Information Available Using Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager This chapter describes the Performance Manager application and the various historical performance statistics available on the various objects within the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Further information on Performance Manager is available in the Cisco Element Management Framework Note User Guide, when required.

  • Page 565

    The Performance Manager window cannot be opened when multiple objects are selected (the Note menu options to open the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager windows are grayed out). Available menu options can be launched from a site object containing the required objects, when required.

  • Page 566: Viewing Performance Statistics

    Step 2 performance statistics. Note Cisco EMF provides a command line utility (history Admin) that allows mass export of performance history data. Refer to the Cisco Element Management Framework User Guide for further information. Viewing Performance Statistics To view performance statistics, follow these steps: Open Performance Manager.

  • Page 567: Viewing A Chart

    Note In some circumstances (possibly due to Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager being shut down or a heavy network load), polls can be missed. Performance Manager deals with this problem by displaying missed polls in red. The missed poll value is replaced by the last valid value collected.

  • Page 568: Printing A Performance File, Saving Performance Data To A File, Archiving

    Step 3 Choose As Chart or As Table. Saving Performance Data to a File Performance data is stored in the Cisco EMF database. It is not exported to ASCII file by default. To save performance data, follow these steps: Step 1 Open the Performance Manager and view the performance statistics you want to save.

  • Page 569: Exporting A Performance File, Performance Manager Window—detailed Description, Monitored Attributes

    Viewing the Performance Manager Window Cisco EMF contains a utility called historyAdmin. HistoryAdmin enables you to selectively export Note performance data for groups in an automated manner. Refer to the Cisco Element Management Framework User Guide for further details. Exporting A Performance File Performance data can be exported for use in other applications.

  • Page 570: Time Period, Summary

    Average—takes the average of all values gathered in the summary period • • Trough—presents the lowest value received over the summary period • Peak—presents the highest value received over the summary period Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 20-8 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 571: Refresh, Line Chart Tab, Table Display Tab

    The Table tab displays the data retrieved in a tabular format. The first column shows the time of polling, and the second column shows the retrieved values. Blue represents the values retrieved and red identifies any polled values missed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 20-9 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 572

    Chapter 20 Performance Management and Historical Data Viewing the Performance Manager Window Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 20-10 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 573: Administration, What Version Is The Software?

    The Troubleshooting and FAQs section details answers to some commonly asked questions or problems. Note Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager also provides a debugging support tools and utilities package to assist in data gathering and problem analysis. Refer to the Cisco 12000/10720 v3.1.1 Installation and Configuration Guide for more information. Table 21-1 lists the questions and shows where you can find information.

  • Page 574: Chapter 21 Troubleshooting And Faq, What Dialogs Use The Ios Cli Instead Of Snmp?

    What Dialogs Use the IOS CLI Instead of SNMP? What dialogs are retrieving or configuring information using the IOS CLI instead of SNMP? In Cisco 12000/10720 v3.1.1 Router Manager some dialogs use only the IOS CLI, some use only SNMP, and some use both IOS CLI and SNMP.

  • Page 575: Configuration, Verifying Snmp, Log, And Trap Settings

    CLI commands I can use to verify? In Cisco EMF, when a condition (fault) occurs on a managed object in the network, the system is notified immediately. This notification is shown as an event and can be viewed with the Event Browser.

  • Page 576

    Chapter 21 Troubleshooting and FAQs Configuration To verify that SNMP and Traps are configured to be sent to the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager, in the CLI enter: show running-config | begin snmp This command will list all the SNMP configurations for the router. You should see the following statement defining the SNMP read community strings for the router.

  • Page 577: Atm Sub-interface Configuration, Bgp Configuration, Atm Ip Configuration Gui Display Error Settings

    This provides summary information on the logging facilities, the number of messages sent/dropped, etc. Syslog can be configured from the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. Right click on the chassis object and select the Fault > Syslog Messages option. You can configure the following Syslog options: –...

  • Page 578: Viewing Atm Physical Port Configurations?

    To view what is configured in the ATM physical port, use all the configuration windows provided by the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. For IP (Layer3) information use the IP Configuration Window. For Interface Status: Use the Interface Configuration window, etc.

  • Page 579

    The term Synchronous Optical NETwork (SONET) is used instead of Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) throughout this Guide. However, these two terms are somewhat interchangeable. The Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application handles both SDH and SONET in the same manner. The Cisco 12000 Series Routers support both SDH and SONET.

  • Page 580: Appendix A Sonet/sdh Conversion Chart

    Appendix A SONET/SDH Conversion Chart Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 581: Guis That Synchronize With The Device When Launched

    • BGP Address-Family Configuration BGP Address-Family Status • BGP Address-Family Synchronization (After the first Synchronization) • OSPF Configuration • OSPF Status • • TCP Status UDP Status • • IP Routing Status Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 582: Appendix B Gui Synchronization Detail

    VRF Association • • COSQGroup Configuration • WRED Tx Configuration • ToFab Configuration WRED Rx Configuration • CAR Policy Configuration • Access List Configuration • CAR Policy Apply • • CAR Policy Status Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide OL-4455-01...

  • Page 583: Network Diagram

    Cisco EMF 3.2 with required patches Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager • A Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager chassis was deployed with the IP address of the P router as shown Figure C-1. The object was commissioned to discover all interfaces. The links shown in...

  • Page 584: A P P E N D I X C Investigating Lsp Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup P—PE2 :Gigabit Ethernet • PE2—CE2 : POS • Problem The problem is that the user is unable to ping from CE1 to CE2 (192.168.1.196). The reason for this is because we have manually created an LSP Blackhole between the P router, which in this case is the GSR, and PE2.

  • Page 585: Problem, Solution

    Since the VPN label was lost, it will never be received by PE2, and PE2 will not have the correct information to forward the packet to the proper VPN destination. This information is the same as that displayed when the following Cisco IOS command is executed: show mpls forwarding-table...

  • Page 586

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup This shows that the out-going label is now a pop tag, and hence the packets are no longer sent out untagged. This means that the top label for the BGP next hop will be popped as the packets traverse the router, but the packets will still have the second VPN label.

  • Page 587

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup interface Serial2/0/1 no ip address no ip directed-broadcast shutdown interface Serial2/0/2 no ip address no ip directed-broadcast shutdown interface Serial2/0/3 no ip address no ip directed-broadcast shutdown interface FastEthernet3/1/0 ip address 10.1.1.1 255.255.255.0...

  • Page 588

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup no mpls ldp logging neighbor-changes no mpls traffic-eng auto-bw timers frequency 0 interface Loopback0 ip address 10.2.2.2 255.255.255.255 no ip directed-broadcast no ip mroute-cache interface POS4/0/0 bandwidth 100000 ip address 192.168.1.37 255.255.255.252...

  • Page 589

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup router ospf 1 log-adjacency-changes network 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.255 area 0 router bgp 1 bgp log-neighbor-changes neighbor 10.5.5.5 remote-as 1 neighbor 10.5.5.5 update-source Loopback0 no auto-summary address-family ipv4 multicast...

  • Page 590

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup ip subnet-zero mpls label protocol ldp mpls ldp logging neighbor-changes no mpls traffic-eng auto-bw timers frequency 0 interface Loopback0 ip address 10.7.7.7 255.255.255.255 no ip directed-broadcast interface GigabitEthernet1/0 ip address 10.8.8.7 255.255.255.0...

  • Page 591

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup no ip directed-broadcast shutdown interface POS3/0 bandwidth 100000 ip address 192.168.1.14 255.255.255.252 no ip directed-broadcast no keepalive shutdown mpls traffic-eng tunnels mpls traffic-eng administrative-weight 100 tag-switching ip...

  • Page 592

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup pvc test6 254/6 pvc test4 254/10 interface ATM7/1 no ip address no ip directed-broadcast atm pvc 1000 80 800 ilmi 64000 32000 no atm enable-ilmi-trap no atm ilmi-keepalive...

  • Page 593

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup version 12.0 no service pad service timestamps debug uptime service timestamps log uptime no service password-encryption no service single-slot-reload-enable hostname cl-7505-3 boot system flash rsp-pv-mz.120-24.S.bin redundancy no keepalive-enable...

  • Page 594

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup router rip version 2 address-family ipv4 vrf aqua version 2 network 10.0.0.0 no auto-summary exit-address-family router bgp 1 bgp log-neighbor-changes neighbor 10.2.2.2 remote-as 1 neighbor 10.2.2.2 update-source Loopback0...

  • Page 595

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup redundancy no keepalive-enable enable password atlantech ip subnet-zero no ip cef no mpls ldp logging neighbor-changes no mpls traffic-eng auto-bw timers frequency 0 interface Loopback0 ip address 192.168.1.196 255.255.255.192...

  • Page 596

    Appendix C Investigating LSP Black Holes Using Cisco 12000 Series Router Manager Setup Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide C-14 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 597

    4-20, 15-4 management information SNMP management 4-14 C12kM system log 4-29, 15-14 alarms 18-1 Cisco 12000 Series chassis objects and interfaces deployment 3-20 object states Cisco 12000 series chassis 2-13 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide IN-1 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 598

    - Performance Manager 20-5 auto discovery 3-19 GRP, deployment 3-31 Cisco 12000 series chassis 3-20 commissioning chassis 3-26, 3-27, 3-30 modules 3-30 predeployment and offline configuration 3-58 heartbeat polling 18-7 process Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide IN-2 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 599

    DS-3 10-15 object state ethernet 10-19 mapviewer generic 10-3 Max, Summary Rule 20-8 SONET 10-10 Min, Summary Rule 20-8 interface profile types mismatched state 2-15 interface status Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide IN-3 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 600

    20-6 launching 20-2 QoS queue group printing a performance file 20-6 changing association 11-30 saving performance data 20-6 removing 11-30 start polling events point 20-5 quitting a Cisco EMF user session Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide IN-4 OL-4455-01...

  • Page 601

    12-38 removing CoS queue groups from interfaces 11-30 defined 12-1 workflow 11-22 deploying 12-22 switch fabric cards (SFCs) deployment 3-55 telecom graphical object (TGO) total, Summary Rule 20-8 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide IN-5 OL-4455-01...

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    Index Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide IN-6 OL-4455-01...

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