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SOPHO IP 5000
SOPHO IP 6000
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   Summary of Contents for NEC SOPHO IP 5000

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 SOPHO IP 5000 SOPHO IP 6000 Command Reference Guide...

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    “Commercial Computer Software” as defined in DFARS 252.227-7014 (June 1995) or as a “commercial item” as defined in FAR 2.101(a) and as such is provided with only such rights as are provided in NEC-PHILIPS’s standard commercial license for the Software.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT THIS GUIDE ........................ 4 Conventions........................4 Related Documentation ..................... 5 CONFIGURATION COMMANDS....................6 Basic Configuration Commands ..................6 SYSTEM MAINTENANCE & MANAGEMENT COMMANDS ..........17 Debugging ........................17 Information Processing Commands................. 24 System Operating Management Commands - AR46 Series ...........

  • Page 4: About This Guide

    Command Reference Guide ABOUT THIS GUIDE ® This guide describes the NEC-PHILIPS SOPHO IP 6000 Routers of routers and how to install hardware, configure and boot software, and maintain software and hardware. This guide also provides troubleshooting and support information for your router.

  • Page 5: Related Documentation

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Table 2 Text Conventions Convention Description This typeface represents information as it appears on the Screen displays screen. If you must press two or more keys simultaneously, the key Keyboard key names are linked with a plus sign (+), for example: names Press Ctrl+Alt+Del When you see the word “enter”...

  • Page 6: Configuration Commands

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 CONFIGURATION COMMANDS This chapter describes how to use the following commands: Basic Configuration Commands ■ Clock Summer Times ■ clock datetime ■ clock timezone ■ command-privilege ■ display clipboard ■ display clock ■ display history-command ■ display version ■...

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    Add one hour to the clock for the summer time z2 that starts at 06:00:00 on 2002/06/08 and ends at 06:00:00 on 2002/09/01. <NEC-PHILIPS> clock summer-time z2 absolute 06:00:00 2002/06/08 06:00:00 2002/09/01 01:00:00 # Add one hour to the clock each year starting from 2002 for the summer time z2 that starts at 06:00:00 on 08/06 and ends at 06:00:00 on 01/09.

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    FTP, XMODEM, TFTP and file system operation fit into commands of manage-level (level 3). Example Set the priority of the “interface” command to 0. [NEC-PHILIPS] command-privilege level 0 view system interface Command Reference Guide...

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    Any view Parameter None Description Using the display clipboard command, you can display the contents of clipboard. Example Display the contents of clipboard. <NEC-PHILIPS> display clipboard -----------------clipboard ----------------- ip route 10.1.0.0 255.0.0.0 eth 0 display clock Syntax display clock View...

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    Example Display system version information of a NEC-PHILIPS R1760 router. <NEC-PHILIPS> display version NEC-PHILIPS Versatile Routing Platform Software VRP(tm) software, Version 3.30 Copyright (c) 2000-2002 NEC- PHILIPS Corporation.

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    Example Configure a session creation title. [NEC-PHILIPS] header shell % Enter TEXT message. End with the character '%'. SHELL : Hello! Welcome use NEC-PHILIPS R1760.% # Test the configuration. [NEC-PHILIPS] quit <NEC-PHILIPS> quit Press RETURN to get started SHELL : Hello! Welcome use NEC-PHILIPS R1760.

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    The command line interface of the system also supports Chinese mode to fit into domestic users in China. Example Switch from English mode to Chinese mode. <NEC-PHILIPS> language-mode Chinese Change language mode, confirm? [Y/N]y % Switch to Chinese mode. Command Reference Guide...

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    To enter the system once again, you must press <Enter> first, and enter the preset password following the prompt. Example Log in from the CON port and lock the active user interface. <NEC-PHILIPS> lock Password: Again: quit Syntax...

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    The operation of this command will render the network unusable for a short period of time. So it should be used with caution. Before rebooting the Router, remember to save the configuration file if necessary, Example Reboot the device. <NEC-PHILIPS> reboot System will reboot! Continue?[Y/N] return Syntax return...

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    For the related command, see super password. Example <NEC-PHILIPS> super 3 Password: User privilege changes to 3 level, just equal or less this level's commands can be used.

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    Using the sysname command, you can set the name of a router. By default, a router is named "NEC-PHILIPS". Modification to a router's name will affect the prompt of the command line interface. For example, if the router's name is "NEC-PHILIPS", the prompt of user view will be "<NEC-PHILIPS>". Example Set the name of the router to R1760.

  • Page 17: System Maintenance & Management Commands

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 SYSTEM MAINTENANCE & MANAGEMENT COMMANDS Network Test Tool Commands Debugging Debugging Syntax debugging { all | module-name [ debug-option1 ] [ debug-option2 ] …} undo debugging { all | module-name [ debug-option1 ] [ debug-option2 ] …} View User view...

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    ------------------ display version ----------------- NEC-PHILIPSNEC-PHILIPS Versatile Routing Platform Software VRP 3600E Software Version VRPV3R001M06B03D003, DEBUG SOFTWARE Copyright (c) 2000-2003 by VRP Team Beijing Institute NEC-PHILIPS Tech, Inc Compiled Mar 24 2003 20:28:31 by zhaomin ------------------ display running-config ----------------- sysname NEC-PHILIPS...

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    System Total Memory(bytes): 33541536 ------------------ display interfaces ------------------ Atm1/0/0 is down , line protocol is down Description : NEC-PHILIPS, NEC-PHILIPS Series, Atm1/0/0 Interface The Maximum Transmit Unit is 1500 Internet protocol processing : disabled AAL enabled: AAL5, Maximum VCs: 32 Current VCs: 0 (0 on main interface) 5 minutes input rate 0.00 bytes/sec, 0.00 packets/sec...

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Internet protocol processing : disabled Encapsulation is PPP LCP initial FIFO queuing: (Outbound queue:Size/Length/Discards) FIFO: 0/75/0 Physical layer is synchronous, Baudrate is 64000 bps, Interface is no cable 5 minutes input rate 0.00 bytes/sec, 0.00 packets/sec 5 minutes output rate 0.00 bytes/sec, 0.00 packets/sec 0 packets input, 0 bytes, 0 no buffers 0 packets output, 0 bytes, 0 no buffers...

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    For related command, see tracert. Example Check the reachability of the host at 202.38.160.244. <NEC-PHILIPS> ping 202.38.160.244 ping 202.38.160.244 : 56 data bytes , press CTRL-C to break Reply from 202.38.160.244 : bytes=56 sequence=1 ttl=255 time = 1ms Reply from 202.38.160.244 : bytes=56 sequence=2 ttl=255 time = 2ms Reply from 202.38.160.244 : bytes=56 sequence=3 ttl=255 time = 1ms...

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    So it should be used with caution. Before rebooting the Router, remember to save the configuration file if necessary,. Example Reboot the device. <NEC-PHILIPS> reboot System will reboot! Continue?[Y/N] tracert Syntax tracert [ -a X.X.X.X | -f first_TTL | -m max_TTL | -p port | -q nqueries | vpn-...

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    GWs along the path to the destination. If some GW times out, “***” will be output. Example <NEC-PHILIPS> tracert 18.26.0.115 tracert to allspice.lcs.mit.edu (18.26.0.115), 30 hops max 1 helios.ee.lbl.gov (128.3.112.1) 0 ms 0 ms 0 ms 2 lilac-dmc.Berkeley.EDU (128.32.216.1) 19 ms 19 ms 19 ms 3 lilac-dmc.Berkeley.EDU (128.32.216.1) 39 ms 19 ms 19 ms...

  • Page 24: Information Processing Commands

    This command displays the setting states of all channels when executed without any parameter. Example Display the contents of information channel 0. <NEC-PHILIPS> display channel 0 channel number:0, channel name:console MODU_ID NAME ENABLE LOG LEVEL ENABLE TRAP LEVEL ENABLE DEBUG LEVEL...

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    For related commands, see info-center enable, info-center loghost, info- center logbuffer, info-center trapbuffer, info-center console channel, and info-center monitor channel. Example Display the information recorded in the info-center. <NEC-PHILIPS> display info-center Information Center: enabled Log host: Console: channel number : 0, channel name : console...

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    : 0 current messages : 96 %8/28/2101 5:34:48-IC-7- SYS_RESTART: System restarted – NEC-PHILIPS Versatile Routing Platform Software Copyright (c) 2000-2002 by VRP Team Beijing Institute NEC-PHILIPS Tech, Inc %9/9/2002 15:50:36-SHELL-5-CMD:task:CFM ip:** user:** command:interface Ethernet %11/6/2002 22:18:52-SHELL-5-CMD:task:CFM ip:** user:** command:interface Aux0...

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    When naming the information channels, please note that no duplicated channel name is allowed. Example Name Channel 0 as "execconsole". [NEC-PHILIPS] info-center channel 0 name execconsole info-center console Syntax channel { channel-number | channel-name }...

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    For related commands, see info-center loghost, info-center logbuffer, info- center trapbuffer, info-center console channel, info-center monitor channel, display info-center. Example Enable the info-center. [NEC-PHILIPS] info-center enable % information center is enabled info-center logbuffer Syntax info-center logbuffer [ channel { channel-number | channel-name } | size buffersize ]...

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    Example Enable the router to send information to the logbuffer and set the logbuffer size to 50. [NEC-PHILIPS] info-center logbuffer size 50 info-center loghost Syntax info-center loghost X.X.X.X [ channel { channel-number | channel-name } | facility local-number | language { chinese | english } ] * undo info-center loghost X.X.X.X...

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    Example Set the IP address of Loopback0 as the source address of the logging message packets. [NEC-PHILIPS] interface loopback 0 [NEC-PHILIPS-LoopBack0] ip address 1.1.1.1 255.255.255.0 [NEC-PHILIPS-LoopBack0] quit [NEC-PHILIPS] info-center loghost source loopback 0 Command Reference Guide...

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    For related commands, see info-center enable, and display info-center. Example Enable the router to output information to the user terminal and set the output channel. [NEC-PHILIPS] info-center monitor channel monitor info-center snmp Syntax channel info-center snmp channel { channel-number | channel-name }...

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 info-center source Syntax info-center source { module-name | default } { channel { channel-number | channel-name} } [ log { state { on | off } | level severity }* | trap { state { on | off } | level severity } * | debug { state { on | off } | level severity }* ]* undo info-center source { module-name | default } { channel { channel- number | channel-name }...

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    Enable the output of log information of the IP module in the snmp channel and the allowed highest level of the output information is emergence. [NEC-PHILIPS] info-center source ip channel snmpagent log level emergence # Remove the setting of the cmd module in the snmp channel.

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    By default, the date time stamp is used in information of all types. Example Set the time stamp format for traps to boot. [NEC-PHILIPS] info-center timestamp trap boot info-center trapbuffer Syntax info-center trapbuffer [ channel { channel-number | channel-name } | size...

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 reset trapbuffer Example Enable the router to send information to the trapbuffer, given the trapbuffer size is 30. [NEC-PHILIPS] info-center trapbuffer size 30 reset logbuffer Syntax reset logbuffer View User view Parameter None Description Using the reset logbuffer command, you can clear information in the logbuffer.

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    Using the undo terminal logging command, you can disable log display function of terminals. By default, the log display function of terminals is enabled. Example Disable the log display function of terminals. <NEC-PHILIPS> undo terminal logging terminal monitor Syntax terminal monitor undo terminal monitor...

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    In the event that terminal monitor has been enabled, the terminal debugging/undo terminal debugging, terminal logging/undo terminal logging, and terminal trapping/undo terminal trapping commands can be used to enable/disable the debugging/logging/trapping information. Example Disable terminal monitor. <NEC-PHILIPS> undo terminal monitor terminal trapping Syntax terminal trapping undo terminal trapping View...

  • Page 38: System Operating Management Commands - Ar46 Series

    Using the boot bootldr command, you can specify the system booting file. Example Specify the file ibox.bin stored in the flash as the default system booting file. [NEC-PHILIPS] boot bootldr flash:/ibox.bin display alarm urgent Syntax display alarm urgent [ time | slot | id ]...

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    Using the display bootvar command, you can display file name of the boot software package stored in the flash on RPU. Example Display the program configuration information of RPU. <NEC-PHILIPS> display bootvar Boot file on flash is flash:/ibox.bin. display environment Syntax...

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    Example Display the configuration of the schedule reboot terminal service parameters of the current router. <NEC-PHILIPS> display schedule reboot Reboot system at 16:00:00 2002/11/1 (in 2 hours and 5 minutes). remove slot Syntax remove slot slotnum...

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    User view Parameter None Description Using the reset alarm urgent command, you can clear all the stored alarms. Example Clear the all the stored alarms. <NEC-PHILIPS> reset alarm urgent reset slot Syntax reset slot slot-number View User view Parameter slot-number: The number of the slot to be reset.

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    Example Set the router to be restarted at 22:00 that night (the current time is 15:50). <NEC-PHILIPS> schedule reboot at 22:00 Reboot scheduled for 22:00:00 UTC 2002/11/18 (in 6 hours and 10 minutes) Proceed with reboot? [Y/N]:y...

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    Example Configure the router to be restarted after 88 minutes (the current time is 21:32). <NEC-PHILIPS> schedule reboot delay 88 Reboot scheduled for 23:00:00 UTC 2002/11/1 (in 1 hours and 28 minutes) Proceed with reboot? [Y/N]:y...

  • Page 44: File Management Commands

    Using the cd command, you can modify the current operating path of the router to the specified directory. By default, the flash memory is the operating path set when the router starts. Example Modify the current operating path of the router to test. <NEC-PHILIPS> cd test <NEC-PHILIPS> pwd flash:/test clear Syntax clear filename...

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    -rwxrwxrwx 1 noone nogroup 524288 Jan 02 2001 11:47:39 bootromfull 7672832 bytes total (2295808 bytes free) Copy the file from Flash to buckup.. <NEC-PHILIPS> copy vrpcfg.txt buckup Copy flash:/vrpcfg.txt to flash:/backup/vrpcfg.txt ?[Y/N]:y % Copied file flash:/vrpcfg.txt to flash:/backup/vrpcfg.txt <NEC-PHILIPS> dir...

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    The dir /h command can be used to display the information about the private file under the current path. The attribute of the private file is represented by “--- h”. Example Display the information about the file flash:/test/test.txt. <NEC-PHILIPS> dir flash: Directory of flash: -rwxrwxrwx 1 noone nogroup 4316742...

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    (e.g., deleting a file), the system will have no prompt. Example Set the prompt mode of file operation to quiet. [NEC-PHILIPS] file prompt quiet # Set the prompt mode of file operation to alert. [NEC-PHILIPS] file prompt alert...

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    Example Display the content of the file test.txt. <NEC-PHILIPS> more test.txt AppWizard has created this test application for you. This file contains a summary of what you will find in each of the files that make up your test application.

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    595 Jul 12 2001 20:13:19 vrpcfg.txt -rw- 50 Jul 12 2001 20:08:32 sample.txt 6477 KBytes total (2144 KBytes free) # Move the file flash:/test/sample.txt to flash:/sample.txt. <NEC-PHILIPS> move flash:/test/sample.txt flash:/sample.txt Move flash:/test/sample.txt to flash:/sample.txt ?[Y/N]:y % Moveded file flash:/test/sample.txt flash:/sample.txt <NEC-PHILIPS> dir Directory of * 0 -rw-2145123 Jul 12 2001 12:28:08 ne80.bin...

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    2 drw--Jul 12 2001 19:41:20 test 3 -rw- 50 Jul 12 2001 20:26:48 sample.txt 6477 KBytes total (2144 KBytes free) Rename the file sample.txt to sample.bak. <NEC-PHILIPS> rename sample.txt sample.bak Rename flash:/sample.txt to flash:/sample.bak ?[Y/N]:y % Renamed file flash:/sample.txt flash:/sample.bak NEC-PHILIPS> dir Directory of * 0 -rw-2145123 Jul 12 2001 12:28:08 ne.bin...

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    This command supports "*" wildcard. The delete command only deletes a file to the recycle bin directory. To delete a file permanently, use the reset recycle- bin command. Example Delete a file from the recycle bin. <NEC-PHILIPS> reset recycle-bin flash:/p1h_logic.out reset flash:/plh_logic.out?[Y/N] rmdir Syntax rmdir directory...

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    If the name of this file is the same as that of an existing file, the user will be prompted whether the existing file should be overwritten. Example <NEC-PHILIPS> dir /all Directory of * 0 -rw-595 Jul 12 2001 20:13:19 vrpcfg.txt 1 -rw- 50 Jul 12 2001 20:09:23 [sample.bak] 6477 KBytes total (2144 KBytes free) # Restore the deleted file sample.bak.

  • Page 53: Ftp Server Configuration Commands

    NEC-PHILIPS 10.110.3.51074c:/NEC-PHILIPS2 The information shown above indicates that a connection between an FTP user named NEC-PHILIPS and the FTP server has been established. the IP address of the remote host is 10.110.3.5 and the remote port number is 1074. the authorization directory is flash:/NEC-PHILIPS and so far the user has not sent any service request to the FTP server for 2 minutes.

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    FTP users. Using the undo ftp server command, you can disable the FTP server and the login of FTP users. By default, the FTP server is off. Example Disable the FTP server. [NEC-PHILIPS] undo ftp server ftp timeout Syntax ftp timeout minute undo ftp timeout...

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Description Using the ftp update command, you can set the upgrading mode. Using the undo ftp update command, you can restore the default upgrading mode. By default, the FTP update is in fast mode. The FTP server updates the data of files in its flash memory in two modes, normal and fast.

  • Page 56: Ftp Client Module Commands

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 FTP client module commands ascii Syntax ascii View FTP client view Parameter None Description Using the ascii command, you can set the transmission data type to ASCII. By default, the data type is set to ASCII. Example Set the transmission data type to ASCII.

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 <NEC-PHILIPS> Syntax cd pathname View FTP client view Parameter pathname: Path name. Description Using the cd command, you can change the operating path on remote FTP server. This command can be used to access another directory on FTP server.

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 debugging Syntax debugging undo debugging View FTP client view Parameter None Description Using the debugging command, you can enable the debugging. Using the undo debugging command, you can disable the debugging. By default, the debugging of FTP client commands is disabled. Example Enable the debugging.

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    Using the ftp command, you can establish control connection with the remote FTP server and enter FTP client view. Example Connect to the remote FTP server with the IP address of 1.1.1.1. <NEC-PHILIPS> ftp 1.1.1.1 Syntax get remotefile [ localfile ] View...

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Example Download temp1.c and save it as temp.c. [ftp] get temp1.c temp.c Syntax View FTP client view Parameter None Description Using the lcd command, you can get the local operating path of FTP client. Example Display local operating path. [ftp] lcd % Local directory now flash: Syntax...

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Example Establish test directory at the remote FTP server. [ftp] mkdir test open Syntax open ipaddr [ port ] View FTP client view Parameter ipaddr: IP address of the remote FTP server. port: Port number of the remote FTP server. Description Using the open command, you can establish control connection with the remote FTP server.

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    Using the quit command, you can terminate the connection with the remote FTP server and exit to user view. Example Terminate the connection with the remote FTP server and exit to user view. [ftp] quit <NEC-PHILIPS> remotehelp Syntax remotehelp [ protocol-command ] View...

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Description Using the remotehelp command, you can display the help of FTP command. Example Display the syntax of the command user. [ftp] remotehelp user 214 Syntax: USER <sp> <username> rmdir Syntax rmdir pathname View FTP client view Parameter pathname: Directory name on the remote FTP server.

  • Page 64: Tftp Configuration Commands

    Download the file vrpcfg.txt in the root directory of the TFTP server at 1.1.254.2 to the local hardware and save it as vrpcfg.bak. <NEC-PHILIPS> tftp 1.1.254.2 get vrpcfg.txt flash:/vrpcfg.bak Upload the file vrpcfg.txt stored in the root directory of the flash onto the default directory on the TFTP server at 1.1.254.2 and save the file on the server as...

  • Page 65: Configuration Files Management Commands

    Using the tftp-server acl command, you can set the number of ACL permitting the access to a TFTP server. For related command, see tftp. Example Set the number of ACL permitting the access to the TFTP Server to 1. [NEC-PHILIPS] tftp-server acl 1 Configuration Files Management Commands display current- Syntax configuration...

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    For related commands, see save, reset saved-configuration, and display saved-configuration. Example Display the currently effective configuration parameters of the router. <NEC-PHILIPS> display current-configuration sysname R1760 super password level 3 simple 123456 tcp window 8 undo multicast igmp-all-enable interface Aux0...

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    For related commands, see save, reset saved-configuration, and display current-configuration. Example Display the router configuration file in the storage device. <NEC-PHILIPS> display saved-configuration sysname NEC-PHILIPS tcp window 8 undo multicast igmp-all-enable controller E1 3/0/0 interface Aux0...

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    After you finish a set of configurations and make their functions valid, you should save the current configuration file into the storage device. For related commands, see reset saved-configuration, display current- configuration, and display saved-configuration. Example Save the current configuration information in the default storage device. <NEC- Command Reference Guide...

  • Page 69: User Interface Configuration Commands

    Upgrades the entire BootRom. Description Using the upgrade command, you can upgrade the bootrom program. NEC-PHILIPS Routers support online BootROM upgrade. You can upgrade the BootROM online by extracting the BootROM program from the upgrade software package and writing it into the BootROM.

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Example Remove the restriction on Telnet outgoing calls. [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-vty0] undo acl outbound authentication-mode Syntax authentication-mode { local | password | scheme { list | default } } authentication-mode none View User interface view Parameter local: Performs local database authentication.

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    Example Execute the telnet 10.110.100.1 command automatically after the user logs on from the AUX interface. [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-aux0] auto-execute command telnet 10.110.100.1 databits Syntax databits { 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 } undo databits View...

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    Using the debugging vty command, you can enable the debugging of the VTY. Using the undo debugging vty command you can disable the debugging of the VTY protocol. Example Enable the debugging of the VTY negotiation. <NEC-PHILIPS> debugging vty negotiate display user-interface Syntax display user-interface [ type-name ] [ number ] View...

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    Using the display users command, you can display the login information of the users on each user interface. Example Execute display users on the console. <NEC-PHILIPS> display users UI Delay IPaddressUsername * 0 CON 000:00:00 * 1 VTY 000:00:0910.110.101.39dd Where, *: Terminal line in use.

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    Example Clear user-interface 0. <NEC-PHILIPS> free user-interface 0 history-command Syntax max-size history-command max-size size-value...

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    Setting the time value to 0 will disable the timed disconnection, in which case a connection will not be cut off upon the expiration of preset time interval. Example Set the time interval for timed disconnection to one minute and 30 seconds. [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-console0] idle-timeout 1 30 modem Syntax modem [ call-in | both ]...

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    When taking the modem dial-up connection approach, the user should first set the modem parameters on the involved user interface. Example Set the answering mode to auto-answer. [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-aux0] modem auto-answer modem timer answer Syntax modem timer answer seconds undo modem timer answer...

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    By default, no check is performed. The configuration can become effective only when the involved serial interface works in the asynchronous flow mode. Example Set the transmission check bit on AUX interface to odd parity. [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-aux0] parity odd redirect Syntax redirect undo redirect...

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    Using the send type-name number command, you can send messages to the user interface of type-name with specified number. Example Send messages to the console user-interface. <NEC-PHILIPS> send con 0 Enter message, end with CTRL+Z or Enter; abort with CTRL+C: Hello,good morning! Send message? [Y/N]...

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    For related command, see authentication-mode. Example Set the local authentication password for the user interfaces vtys 0 to 4 to "NEC-PHILIPS". [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-vty0-4] authentication-mode password [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-vty0-4] set authentication password simple NEC-PHILIPS shell Syntax shell undo shell View...

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    ■ 38400bps ■ 57600bps ■ 115200bps Example Set the transmission rate of the user interface to 19200bps. [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-vty0] speed 19200 stopbits Syntax stopbits { 1.5 | 1 | 2 } undo stopbits View User interface view Parameter 1.5: Sets the stop bit to 1.5.

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    Assign the users accessing the system from the user interface with the privilege allowing them to access level-2 commands. [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-vty0] user privilege level 2 After the user accesses the router from vty 0 via Telnet, the terminal will display: <NEC-PHILIPS>...

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    [NEC-PHILIPS] user-interface vty 0 [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-vty0] Enter the user-interface vty view to configure user-interfaces vtys 0 through 3. [NEC-PHILIPS] user-interface vty 0 3 [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-vty0-3] enter the user-interface view to configure user-interfaces 0 through 4, including of console port type, of AUX interface type and of VTY interface type. The user interface types will be configured depending on the configuration interface available on the router.

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    NTP service information. Using the undo debugging ntp-service command, you can disable NTP service debugging. By default, all the information debugging is disabled. Example Enable the ntp access control debugging. <NEC-PHILIPS> debugging ntp-service access display ntp-service Syntax sessions display ntp-service sessions [ verbose ]...

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    None Description Using the display ntp-service status command, you can display the state information of the NTP service. Example <NEC-PHILIPS> display ntp-service status clock status: unsynchronized clock stratum: 16 reference clock ID: none nominal frequency: 100.0000 Hz actual frequency: 100.0000 Hz clock precision: 2^18 clock offset: 0.0000 ms...

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    The match order is peer, server, synchronization, query. Example Enable the peer in No.76 access list to perform time request, query control and time synchronization on the local device. [NEC-PHILIPS] ntp-service access peer 76 Command Reference Guide...

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    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Enable the peer in No.28 access list to perform time request, query control on the local device. [NEC-PHILIPS] ntp-service access server 28 ntp-service Syntax authentication enable ntp-service authentication enable undo ntp-service authentication enable View System view...

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    Then it enters the client mode to listen discreetly to the broadcast packets and synchronize the local clock according to the coming broadcast packets. Example Enable the interface Ethernet 1/0/1 to receive NTP broadcast message. [NEC-PHILIPS] interface ethernet 1/0/1 [NEC-PHILIPS-Ethernet1/0/1] ntp-service broadcast-client ntp-service Syntax broadcast-server...

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    IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Example Enable Ethernet 1/0/0 to transmit NTP broadcast packets. No.4 key is used for encryption and NTP version number is set to 3. [NEC-PHILIPS] interface ethernet 1/0/0 [NEC-PHILIPS-Ethernet1/0/0] ntp-service broadcast-server authentication- key 4 version 3 ntp-service max-...

  • Page 89

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Example Configure Ethernet 1/0/0 to receive NTP multicast packets. The multicast address corresponding to the multicast packets is 244.0.1.1. [NEC-PHILIPS] interface ethernet 1/0/0 [NEC-PHILIPS-Ethernet1/0/0] ntp-service multicast-client 224.0.1.1 ntp-service Syntax multicast-server ntp-service multicast-server [ X.X.X.X ] [ authentication-keyid keyid | ttl ttl- number | version number ] * undo ntp-service multicast-server [ X.X.X.X ]...

  • Page 90

    Enable NTP ID authentication in MD5 encryption method. The key ID number is 37 and the key is BetterKey. The key is specified to be reliable. [NEC-PHILIPS] ntp-service authentication enable [NEC-PHILIPS] ntp-service authentication-keyid 37 authentication-mode md5 BetterKey Command Reference Guide...

  • Page 91

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 [NEC-PHILIPS] ntp-service reliable authentication-keyid 37 ntp-service Syntax source-interface ntp-service source-interface {interface-type interface-number } undo ntp-service source-interface View System view Parameter interface-type: Interface type, which determines an interface along with the interface-number. interface-number: Interface number, which determines an interface along with the interface-type.

  • Page 92

    The version number is 3. The IP address of the NTP packets is obtained from Ethernet 1/0/0. [NEC-PHILIPS] ntp-service unicast-peer 128.108.22.44 version 3 source- interface ethernet 1/0/0 ntp-service...

  • Page 93: Snmp Configuration Commands

    Example Configure the local device to be provided with the synchronous time by the server 128.108.22.44. The version number is 3. [NEC-PHILIPS] ntp-service unicast-server 128.108.22.44 version 3 3.10 \SNMP Configuration Commands debugging snmp-agent...

  • Page 94

    SNMP messages such as message dispatching, message processing, security authentication and access control. Example Display the engine ID of the local device. <NEC-PHILIPS> display snmp-agent local-engineid SNMP local EngineID: 000007DB7F0000013859 in the above information: SNMP local EngineID indicates the ID of the local SNMP engine.

  • Page 95

    Example Display the SNMP group name and security mode. <NEC-PHILIPS> display snmp-agent group Group name: v3r2 Security model: v3 noAuthnoPriv Readview: ViewDefault Writeview: <no specified>...

  • Page 96

    Using the diplay snmp-agent statistics command, you can display the state and statistics of SNMP. Example Check the statistics of SNMP communication. <NEC-PHILIPS> display snmp-agent statistics 41 Messages delivered to the SNMP entity 0 Messages which were for an unsupported version 7 Messages which used an unknown community name 0 Messages which represented an illegal operation for the community supplied 0 ASN.1 or BER errors in the process of decoding...

  • Page 97

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 0 MIB objects altered successfully 0 Get-request PDUs accepted and processed 0 Get-next PDUs accepted and processed 0 Set-request PDUs accepted and processed 57 Messages passed from the SNMP entity 0 SNMP PDUs which had a tooBig error (Maximum packet size 1500) 0 SNMP PDUs which had a noSuchName error 0 SNMP PDUs which had a badValue error 0 SNMP PDUs which had a general error...

  • Page 98

    Using the display snmp-agent sys-info command, you can display the system information of the local SNMP device. Example Display the system information. <NEC-PHILIPS> display snmp-agent sys-info display Syntax snmp-agent usm-user display snmp-agent usm-user [ engineid engineid | username user-name |...

  • Page 99

    The undo snmp-agent command is used to disable the SNMP Agent on the condition that SNMP Agent has been enabled. Example Disable the operating SNMP version. [NEC-PHILIPS] undo snmp-agent SNMP Agent disabled snmp-agent community Syntax snmp-agent community { read | write } community-name [ [ mib-view view-...

  • Page 100

    Example Set the community name to comaccess and allow read-only access with this community name. [NEC-PHILIPS] snmp-agent community read comaccess Set the community name to mgr and enable reading and writing access. [NEC-PHILIPS] snmp-agent community write mgr Delete the community name comaccess.

  • Page 101

    By default, the snmp-agent group group-name v3 command adopts the method of not authenticating and encrypting. For the related command, see snmp-agent mib-view, snmp-agent usm-user. Example Create an SNMPv3 group known as Johngroup. [NEC-PHILIPS] snmp-agent group v3 Johngroup snmp-agent Syntax local-engineid snmp-agent local-engineid engineid...

  • Page 102

    OID as a parameter but also the input of the node name as a parameter. For the related command, see snmp-agent group. Example Create a view that includes all MIB-II objects. [NEC-PHILIPS] snmp-agent mib-view included mib2 1.3.6.1 snmp-agent packet Syntax max-size snmp-agent packet max-size byte-count...

  • Page 103

    SNMP version number used. Using the undo snmp-agent sys-info command, you can remove the current setting. By default, By default, the system contact information is "R&D Beijing,NEC-PHILIPS Technologies Co.,Ltd.", the system location character string is "Beijing China" and the version is SNMPv3 For the related command, see display snmp-agent sys-info.

  • Page 104

    Enable to send SNMP Trap packets to 10.1.1.1, using the community name of comaccess. [NEC-PHILIPS] snmp-agent trap enable snmp [NEC-PHILIPS] snmp-agent target-host trap address udp-domain 10.1.1.1 params securityname comaccess Send SNMP Trap packets to 10.1.1.1, using the community name of public.

  • Page 105

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 [NEC-PHILIPS] snmp-agent target-host trap address udp-domain 10.1.1.1 params securityname public snmp-agent trap enable Syntax snmp-agent trap enable [ trap-type [ trap-list ] ] undo snmp-agent trap enable [ trap-type [ trap-list ] ] View System view Parameter trap-type: Enables the trap packet of this type.

  • Page 106

    For the related command, see snmp-agent trap enable, snmp-agent target-host, snmp-agent trap life. Example Set the length of the message queue of the host forwarding the Trap packet to 200. [NEC-PHILIPS] snmp-agent trap queue-size 200 snmp-agent trap source Syntax snmp-agent trap source interface-type interface-number [ subinterface- type ]...

  • Page 107

    Example Specify the IP address of the Ethernet interface 1/0/0 as the source address of Trap packet. [NEC-PHILIPS] snmp-agent trap source ethernet 1/0/0 snmp-agent usm-user Syntax snmp-agent usm-user { v1 | v2c } user-name group-name [ acl acl-number undo snmp-agent usm-user { v1 | v2c } user-name group-name...

  • Page 108: Terminal Service Commands

    Add a user named "John" to the SNMP group named "Johngroup", with the security level being "auth", the authentication protocol being HMAC-MD5-96 and the password being "hello". [NEC-PHILIPS] snmp-agent usm-user v3 John Johngroup authentication- mode md5 hello 3.11 Terminal Service Commands...

  • Page 109

    The information that this command can display includes: the local address of TCP connection, local port number, external address, external port number, and connection state. For the related command, see telnet. Example <NEC-PHILIPS> display tcp status TCPCB Local Address Foreign Address State 129.102.100.142 23...

  • Page 110: Ssh Configuration Commands

    By executing the telnet command, the user can conveniently log on another device from a router to achieve remote management. For the related command, see display tcp status. Example Log on another router NEC-PHILIPS2 (the IP address is 129.102.0.1) from the current router NEC-PHILIPS1. <NEC-PHILIPS>telnet 129.102.0.1 Trying 129.102.0.1...

  • Page 111

    Print debugging information when running SSH. [NEC-PHILIPS] debugging ssh server vty 0 00:23:20: SSH0: startingSSH control process 00:23:20: SSH0: sent protocol version id SSH-1.5-NEC-PHILIPS-1.25 00:23:20: SSH0: protocol version id is - SSH-1.5-1.2.26 00:23:20: SSH0: SSH_SMSG_PUBLIC_KEY msg 00:23:21: SSH0: SSH_CMSG_SESSION_KEY msg - length 112, type 0x03...

  • Page 112

    <NEC-PHILIPS> display rsa peer-public-key Address Bits Name 1023 abcd 1024 hq 1024 wn1 1024 hq_all [NEC-PHILIPS] display rsa peer-public-key name abcd Key name:abcd Key address: Data: 30818602 8180739A 291ABDA7 04F5D93D C8FDF84C 42746319 91C164B0 DF178C55 FA833591 C7D47D53 81D09CE8 2913D7ED F9C08511 D83CA4ED 2B30B809 808EB0D1 F52D045D E40861B7 4A0E1355...

  • Page 113

    SSH version : 1.5 SSH connection timeout : 60 seconds SSH server key generating interval : 1 hours SSH Authentication retries : 3 times Display SSH session respectively. [NEC-PHILIPS] display ssh server session ConnectionVersionEncryptionStateUsername VTY0 DESSession startedNEC-PHILIPS VTY3 DESSession startedrouter...

  • Page 114

    For the related command, see user-interface vty. Example Disable the Telnet function of vty0 to vty4 and only support the SSH function. [NEC-PHILIPS] user-interface vty 0 4 [NEC-PHILIPS-ui-vty0-4] protocol inbound ssh Disable the Telnet function of vty0 and only support the SSH function.

  • Page 115

    SSH. For the related command, see rsa peer-public-key, public-key-code end. Example Enter the edit view of public key and to input key. [NEC-PHILIPS] rsa peer-public-key NEC-PHILIPS003 [NEC-PHILIPS-rsa-public-key] public-key-code begin [NEC-PHILIPS-key-code] 308186028180739A291ABDA704F5D93DC8FDF84C427463...

  • Page 116

    When this command is used to configure, the system will give alarm and prompt that former key will be replaced if RSA key has existed. The view of generated key pair is router name+ server and router name+ host, e.g., NEC- PHILIPS_host and NEC-PHILIPS_server. This command will not be stored in configuration file.

  • Page 117

    This command is not stored in configuration file. For the related command, see rsa local-key-pair create. Example Remove all keys of server. [NEC-PHILIPS] rsa local-key-pair destroy % Keys to be removed are named rtvrp_Host . % Do you really want to remove these keys? [yes/no]:y [NEC-PHILIPS]...

  • Page 118

    By default, the re-try times are 3. For the related command, see display ssh sever. Example Specify the re-try times for registration authentication as 4. [NEC-PHILIPS] ssh server authentication-retries 4 ssh server rekey-interval Syntax ssh server rekey-interval hours undo ssh server rekey-interval...

  • Page 119

    The new configured user public key will be valid in next login. For the related command, see display ssh user-information. Example Assign key key1 for the user smith. [NEC-PHILIPS] ssh user smith assign rsa-key key1 [NEC-PHILIPS] ssh user username Syntax...

  • Page 120

    The new configured authentication mode will take effect in next login. For the related command, see display ssh user-information. Example Specify the authentication mode as password for the user smith. [NEC-PHILIPS] ssh user smith authentication-type password [NEC-PHILIPSNEC-PHILIPS] Command Reference Guide...

  • Page 121: Interface Management Commands

    This command has no special purpose or function other than identifying an interface. For related command, see display interface. Example Change the description of the Ethernet interface Ethernet 0/0/0 to “NEC- PHILIPS Router Ethernet interface”. [NEC-PHILIPS]interface ethernet 0/0/0 [NEC-PHILIPS-Ethernet0/0/0]description NEC-PHILIPS Router ethernet...

  • Page 122

    View the running state and the relevant information of Serial 0/0/0. [NEC-PHILIPS]display interface serial 0/0/0 Serial0/0/0 is up , line protocol is up Description : NEC-PHILIPS Router, Serial0/0/0 Interface The Maximum Transmit Unit is 1500, The keepalive is 10(sec) Internet protocol processing : disabled...

  • Page 123

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Table 1 Description of the displayed interface information Field Description Serial0 is up Physical layer state of the interface line protocol is up Link layer state of the interface The input rate of the interface within 5 minutes input rate the last five minutes The output rate of the interface withi...

  • Page 124

    Note that executing the undo interface command also deletes the defined logical interfaces (such as dialer, tunnel, and virtual-template interfaces) and subinterfaces. Example Enter the Ethernet interface view in system view. [NEC-PHILIPS]interface ethernet 0/0/0 [NEC-PHILIPS-Ethernet0/0/0] Switch from Ethernet0 view to the view of the subinterface Serial0/0/0.1. [NEC-PHILIPS-Ethernet0/0/0]interface serial0/0/0.1 [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0.1]...

  • Page 125: Fundamental Ethernet Interface Configuration Commands

    For a related command, see display interface. Example Clear the statistics about the transmitted and received packets on Serial 0/0/0. <NEC-PHILIPS> reset counters interface serial 0/0/0 shutdown Syntax shutdown undo shutdown View...

  • Page 126

    <NEC-PHILIPS> display interface ethernet 2/0/0 Ethernet2/0/0 current state : UP Line protocol current state : UP Description : NEC-PHILIPS Routers, Ethernet0/0 Interface The Maximum Transmit Unit is 1500, Hold timer is 10(sec) Internet Address is 172.31.29.103/16 IP Sending Frames' Format is PKTFMT_ETHNT_2, Hardware address is 00e0.fc06.3085...

  • Page 127

    The MTU setting of an Ethernet interface can affect the assembly and fragmentation of IP packets on the interface. For a related command, see display interface. Example Set MTU of the Ethernet interface to 1492. [NEC-PHILIPS-Ethernet0/0/0]mtu 1492 speed Syntax speed { 10 | 100 | negotiation } undo speed...

  • Page 128: Fundamental Wan Interface Configuration Commands

    If this cannot be guaranteed, the two parties should use the forced setting for operating consistency. For related commands, see duplex and display interface. Example Set the FE interface to work in 10Base-T mode. [NEC-PHILIPS-Ethernet0/0/0]speed 10 Fundamental WAN Interface Configuration Commands async mode Syntax async mode { protocol | flow }...

  • Page 129

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Example Set the asynchronous serial interface to work in flow mode. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0]async mode flow baudrate Syntax baudrate baudrate View Serial interface view Parameter baudrate: Baud rate of serial interface in bps. It is in the range of 300 to 115200 for an asynchronous serial interface and 1200 to 2048000 for a synchronous serial interface.

  • Page 130

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 clock Syntax clock { dceclk | dteclk1 | dteclk2 | dteclk3 | dteclk4 } View Serial interface view Parameter dceclk: Sets the interface clock selection mode to DCE clock. dteclk1: Sets the interface clock selection mode to DTE clock option 1. dteclk2: Sets the interface clock selection mode to DTE clock option 2.

  • Page 131

    In the table, the clock ahead of “=” is the DTE clock and the one after is the DCE clock. Example Set the synchronous serial interface working as DTE to use the clock selection option DTEclk2. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0]clock dteclk2 code nrzi Syntax code nrzi undo code...

  • Page 132

    If this function has been disabled on a serial interface, the system will not detect the DCD and DSR/DTR signals when determining the state (UP or DOWN) of the serial interface. Example Disable the serial interface to make data carrier detection. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0]undo detect dcd idle-mark Syntax idle-mark undo idle-mark...

  • Page 133

    DCE devices. Clock inversion is unnecessary for general applications. For related commands, see physical-mode and clock. Example Invert the transmit-clock of the synchronous serial interface at DTE side. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0]invert transmit-clock loopback Syntax loopback undo loopback...

  • Page 134: Fundamental Ce1/pri Interface Configuration Commands

    By default, the synchronous/asynchronous serial interface is working in synchronous mode. Example Set the synchronous/asynchronous serial interface to work in asynchronous mode. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0]physical-mode async Fundamental CE1/PRI Interface Configuration Commands channel-set Syntax channel-set set-number timeslot-list range undo channel-set set-number...

  • Page 135

    Example Bundle the timeslots 1, 2, 5, 10-15, and 18 of the CE1/PRI interface into channel-set 0. [NEC-PHILIPS-E1 3/0/0]channel-set 0 timeslot-list 1,2,5,10-15,18 Make the same configuration on the CE1/PRI interface on the remote router. [NEC-PHILIPS-E1 3/0/0]channel-set 0 timeslot-list 1,2,5,10-15,18 clock...

  • Page 136

    You should keep the line code format of the interface in consistency with that used by the remote device. Example Set the line code format of the interface E1 3/0/0 to ami. [NEC-PHILIPS-E1 3/0/0]code ami controller e1 Syntax controller e1 number...

  • Page 137

    IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Example Display the information related to the E1 interface. [NEC-PHILIPS]display controller E1 3/0/0 E1 1-0 is down. Applique type is Channelized E1 - 75 OHM unbalanced Framing is NO-CRC4, Line Code is HDB3, Source Clock is slave.

  • Page 138

    In other words, this command cannot be used together with the channel-set command. For a related command, see channel-set. Example Bundle the timeslots 1, 2, and 8-12 of the CE1/PRI interface into a pri-set. [NEC-PHILIPS-E1 3/0/0]pri-set timeslot-list 1,2,8-12 Command Reference Guide...

  • Page 139: Fundamental Ct1/pri Interface Configuration Commands

    The interface-number starts from the maximum serial interface number plus 1t. Example Set the CE1/PRI interface to work in E1 mode. [NEC-PHILIPS-E1 3/0/0]using e1 Fundamental CT1/PRI Interface Configuration Commands cable Syntax cable { long { 0db | -7.5db | -15db | -22.5db } | short { 133ft | 266ft | 399ft |...

  • Page 140

    CSU device. Example Set the length of the transmission cable that the CT1/PRI interface matches to 133 feet. [NEC-PHILIPS-T1 1/0/0] cable short 133ft channel-set Syntax channel-set set-number timeslot-list range [ speed { 56k | 64k } ]...

  • Page 141

    For a related command, see pri-set. Example Bundle the timeslots 1, 2, 5, 10-15and 18 of the CE1/PRI interface into channel-set 0. [NEC-PHILIPS-T1 1/0/0]channel-set 0 timeslot-list 1,2,5,10-15,18 clock Syntax clock { master | slave } undo clock...

  • Page 142

    You should keep the line code format of the interface consistent with the one used by the remote device. Example Set the line code format of the interface T1 1/0/0 to ami. [NEC-PHILIPS-T1 1/0/0] code ami controller t1 Syntax controller t1 number...

  • Page 143

    The application of ESF makes it possible for the system to provide the services while it is being tested. Example Set the frame format of T1 1/0/0 to SF. [NEC-PHILIPS-T1 1/0/0]frame-format sf loopback Syntax loopback { local | remote }...

  • Page 144

    In other words, this command cannot be used together with the channel-set command. For a related command, see channel-set. Example Bundle the timeslots 1, 2, and 8-12 of the CT1/PRI interface into a pri-set. [NEC-PHILIPS-T1 1/0/0]pri-set timeslot-list 1,2,8-12 Command Reference Guide...

  • Page 145: E1-f Interface Configuration Commands

    If the specified interface is a serial interface rather than an E1-F interface, the system will display the error prompt “The serial is not a factional interface”. Example Display the information of the E1-F interface. [NEC-PHILIPS] display fe1 Serial4/0/0 Fractional E1, status is down. Work mode is FRAMED - 120 OHM balanced.

  • Page 146

    For an E1-F interface used as DCE, master clock should be used. If the interface is used as DTE, however, the slave clock should be used. Example Set the E1-F interface to use internal clock. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0] fe1 clock master fe1 code Syntax fe1 code { ami | hdb3 }...

  • Page 147

    Example Place the E1-F interface in local loopback. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0] fe1 loopback local fe1 timeslot-list Syntax fe1 timeslot-list { all | range } undo fe1 timeslot-list...

  • Page 148: T1-f Interface Configuration Commands

    If an E1-F interface is working in unframed mode, the fe1 timeslot-list command cannot be configured. For related commands, see fe1 unframed. Example Bind the time slots 1, 2, 5, 10 through 15, and 18 on the E1-F interface. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0] fe1 timeslot-list 1,2,5,10-15,18 fe1 unframed Syntax fe1 unframed undo fe1 unframed...

  • Page 149

    If the signal quality is acceptable, the default setting can be used. Example Set the length of the transmission line matched the T1-F interface to 133 feet. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0] ft1 cable short 133ft display ft1 serial Syntax display ft1 [ serial serial-number ]...

  • Page 150

    For a T1-F interface used as DCE, master clock should be used. If the interface is used as DTE, however, the slave clock should be used. Example Set the T1-F interface to use internal clock. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0] ft1 clock master ft1 code Syntax ft1 code { ami | b8zs }...

  • Page 151

    The application of ESF technology can ensure normal service when system test is being carried out. Example Set the framing format for the T1-F interface to SF. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0] ft1 frame-format sf ft1 loopback Syntax ft1 loopback { local | remote }...

  • Page 152: Fundamental Ce3 Interface Configuration Commands

    For example, after the user binds the time slots 1 through 10, the interface rate becomes 10 X 64kbps (or 10 X 56 kbps). Example Bind the time slots 1, 2, 5, 10 through 15, and 18 on the T1-F interface. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial0/0/0] ft1 timeslot-list 1,2,5,10-15,18 Fundamental CE3 Interface Configuration Commands clock Syntax...

  • Page 153

    Display the information related to the interface E3 1/0/0. [NEC-PHILIPS]display controller e3 1/0/0 E3 1/0/0 is up Description : NEC-PHILIPS Routers, E3 1/0 Interface Applique type is CE3 - 75 OHM unbalanced Frame-format G751, line code HDB3, clock slave, national-bit 1,loopback not set...

  • Page 154

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Frame-format NO-CRC4, clock slave, loopback remote E3-0 CE1 4 is up Frame-format CRC4, clock slave, loopback not set E3-0 CE1 5 is up Frame-format NO-CRC4, clock slave, loopback not set E3-0 CE1 6 is up Frame-format NO-CRC4, clock slave, loopback not set E3-0 CE1 7 is up Frame-format NO-CRC4, clock slave, loopback not set E3-0 CE1 8 is up...

  • Page 155

    For related command, see e1 unframed. Example Bundle a 128Kbps serial interface on the first E1 line on the interface E3 1/0/0. [NEC-PHILIPS-E3 1/0/0]e1 1 channel-set 1 timeslot-list 1,2 e1 set clock Syntax e1 line-number set clock { master | slave }...

  • Page 156

    For related command, see e1 unframed. Example Configure the first E1 line on the E3 interface to adopt the frame format crc4. [NEC-PHILIPS-E3 1/0/0]e1 1 set frame-format crc4 e1 set loopback Syntax e1 line-number set loopback { local | remote }...

  • Page 157

    Likewise, executing the undo e1 shutdown command will re-enable all these serial interfaces. Example Shut down the first E1 line on the E3 interface. [NEC-PHILIPS-E3 1/0/0]e1 1 shutdown e1 unframed Syntax e1 line-number unframed undo e1 line-number unframed...

  • Page 158

    If a CE3 interface encapsulated with PPP has been set to perform loopback, it is normal for the state of the link layer protocol to be reported as DOWN. Example Enable the interface E3 1/0/0 to perform local loopback. [NEC-PHILIPS-E3 1/0/0] loopback local national-bit Syntax national-bit { 0 | 1 }...

  • Page 159: Fundamental Ct3 Interface Configuration Commands

    34.368 Mbps and has the same logic features of a synchronous serial interface on which you can make other configurations. For related command, see controller e3. Example Configure the interface E3 1/0/0 to work in unchannelized mode. [NEC-PHILIPS-E3 1/0/0]using e3 Fundamental CT3 Interface Configuration Commands cable Syntax cable feet...

  • Page 160

    If the CT3 interfaces on the two routers are directly connected, one router should use the internal clock whereas the other router uses the line clock. Example Configure the CT3 interface with internal clock. [NEC-PHILIPS-T3 1/0/0]clock master controller t3 Syntax controller t3 interface-number...

  • Page 161

    CT3 interface. By default, the CT3 interface adopts the C-bit frame format. Example Set the frame format of the interface T3 1/0/0 to m23. [NEC-PHILIPS-T3 1/0/0] frame-format m23 loopback Syntax loopback { local | payload | remote }...

  • Page 162

    DOWN. Example Enable the interface T3 1/0/0 to perform local loopback. [NEC-PHILIPS-T3 1/0/0]loopback local t1 channel-set Syntax t1 line-number channel-set set-number timeslot-list range [ speed { 56k |...

  • Page 163

    IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Example Bundle a 128Kbps serial interface on the first T1 line on the interface T3 1/0/0. [NEC-PHILIPS-T3 1/0/0]t1 1 set channel-set 1 timeslot-list 1,2 t1 set clock Syntax t1 line-number set clock { master | slave }...

  • Page 164

    For the related commands, see t1 set unframed and using. Example Adopt the frame format SF for the first T1 line on the T3 interface. [NEC-PHILIPS-T3 1/0/0]t1 1 set frame-format sf t1 set loopback Syntax t1 line-number set loopback { local | remote }...

  • Page 165

    Likewise, executing the undo t1 shutdown command will re-enable all these serial interfaces. Example Shut down the first T1 line on the T3 interface. [NEC-PHILIPS-T3 1/0/0]t1 1 shutdown t1 unframed Syntax t1 line-number unframed [ speed { 56k | 64k } ]...

  • Page 166: Atm E3/t3 Interface Configuration Commands

    Display the information related to the interface T3 1/0/0. [NEC-PHILIPS]display controller t3 1/0/0 T3 1/0/0 is down Description : NEC-PHILIPS Routers, T3 1/0 Interface Frame-format C-BIT Parity, line code B3ZS, cable 49 feet, clock slave, loopback not set Alarm: none...

  • Page 167

    Using the undo cable command, you can restore the default setting. By default, short distance mode is used. Example Set the cable length mode of ATM T3 1/0/0 to long. <NEC-PHILIPS> system-view [NEC-PHILIPS] interface atm 1/0/0 [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm1/0/0] cable long clock Syntax...

  • Page 168

    By default, frame format g751-plcp is used for ATM E3 and cbit-plcp used for ATM T3. Example Configure ATM E3 interface 1/0/0 to use frame format G.832 ADM. <NEC-PHILIPS> system-view [NEC-PHILIPS] interface atm 1/0/0 [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm1/0/0] frame-format g832-adm loopback Syntax loopback { cell | local | payload | remote }...

  • Page 169: Atm 25m Interface Configuration Commands

    Using the undo loopback command, you can disable the loopback function. By default, loopback is disabled. Example Enable external payload loopback of ATM E3/T3 interface 2/0/0. <NEC-PHILIPS> system-view [NEC-PHILIPS] interface atm 2/0/0 [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm2/0/0] loopback payload scramble Syntax scramble undo scramble...

  • Page 170: Atm Oc-3c/stm-1 Interface Configuration Commands

    Example Adopt the master clock on the ATM interface 4/0/0. <NEC-PHILIPS> system-view [NEC-PHILIPS] interface atm 4/0/0 [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm4/0/0] clock master 4.12 ATM OC-3c/STM-1 Interface Configuration Commands clock...

  • Page 171

    Using the display interface atm command, you can view the configuration and state information of ATM OC-3c/STM-1 interface(s). Example View the configuration and state information of the ATM interface 4/0/0. <NEC-PHILIPS> display interface atm 4/0/0 frame-format Syntax frame-format { sdh | sonet }...

  • Page 172: G.shdsl Interface Configuration Commands

    It is necessary for you to enable the interface to perform loopback only for the purpose of testing some special functions. You should not enable the loopback function when the interface is providing normal services. Example Enable the ATM interface to perform local loopback. [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm4/0/0] loopback local scramble Syntax scramble undo scramble...

  • Page 173

    The router supports timed loop detection, so the G.SHDSL interface is activated when the link performance has deteriorated. Example Deactivate the G.SHDSL interface. [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm3/0/0] undo activate shdsl annex Syntax shdsl annex { a | b } undo shdsl annex...

  • Page 174

    Using the undo rate command, you can restore the default setting. By default, auto is selected. Example Restore the auto mode at the interface. [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm1/0/0] undo shdsl rate shdsl snr Syntax shdsl snr threshold undo snr...

  • Page 175

    Parameter interface-number: Interface number Description Using the display dsl configuration command, you can view DSL configuration information. Example Display G.SHDSL configuration information. [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm3/0/0]display dsl configuration interface atm 3/0 GSHDSL line parameter and mode Configuration Mode: CPE Standard: G991.2 Annex: B Wire Type: 2...

  • Page 176

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Target Margin: 3 dB LOC Detect: 0 Losw Defect: 0 Frm Sync: 1 Tx Cells: 0 Rx Cells: 0 Drop Cells: 0 HecErr Cells: 0 CRCS: 135 SEGAS: 335 LOSWS: 4 Int Count TX EOC: 0 RX EOC: 4 RX LOSD: 0 RX SEGA: 0...

  • Page 177: Adsl Interface Configuration Commands

    Using the display dsl version command, you can display DSL version and functions available. Example Display G.SHDSL version. [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm3/0/0] display dsl version interface atm 3/0/0 Dsl Line Type: G.SHDSL ATM SAR Device: 0x823614f1 ATM SAR Revision: 0x02 Chipset Vendor: GSPN Firmware Rel-Rev: R2.3.1-0...

  • Page 178

    If you want to make it take effect immediately, you can execute the shutdown/undo shutdown command or the activate/undo activate command. Example Set the standard for the interface atm1/0/0 as T1.413. [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm1/0/0]adsl stand t1413 [NEC-PHILIPS -Atm1/0/0]shutdown Interface Atm1/0/0 has already been shutdown [NEC-PHILIPS -Atm1/0/0]undo shutdown [NEC-PHILIPS -Atm1/0/0]...

  • Page 179

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Line protocol on the interface Atm1/0/0 turns into UP state [NEC-PHILIPS -Atm1/0/0]display dsl configuration int atm 1/0/0 Line Params Set by User Standard: T1.413 Annex: Framing: Coding Gain(dB): Auto Tx Pow Attn(dB): Bit-Swap: disable LinkCheck: Enable...

  • Page 180

    IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Description Using the display dsl configuration command, you can display the actual ADSL configuration information. Example Display the actual ADSL configuration information. [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm1/0]display dsl configuration interface atm 1/0 Line Params Set by User Standard: T1.413 Annex: Framing:...

  • Page 181

    SOPHO IP 5000/SOPHO IP6000 Example Display the ADSL state information of the interface 1/0/0. [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm1/0/0]display dsl status interface atm 1/0/0 State of driver/chipsets Phy Op State: Active Xcvr Op State: Data Mode Active Params Near End Far End SNR Margin(dB): 16.0...

  • Page 182

    Using the display dsl version command, you can display the DSL version information and the supported capabilities. Example Display the ADSL version information. [NEC-PHILIPS-Atm1/0/0]display dsl version interface atm 1/0/0 Adsl board chipset and version info Dsl Line Type: Adsl Over Pots...

  • Page 183

    Ethernet sub-interface is used for VLAN configuration. For a detailed configuration procedure for VLAN, refer to the section Link Layer Protocol chapter in the NEC-PHILIPS Router Configuration Guide. Up to 256 sub-interfaces can be created for one Ethernet interface. Example Create a sub-interface on Ethernet interface 1/0/0.

  • Page 184: Logic-channel Interface

    Using the undo interface ethernet command, you can delete logic- channel interface. Once it is created, a logic-channel interface stays in UP state until it is deleted. Example Create the logic-channel interface 100. [NEC-PHILIPS] interface logic-channel 100 [NEC-PHILIPS-Logic-Channel100] 4.16 Configuration Command of Virtual Template and Virtual Access Interface...

  • Page 185

    Using the display interface virtual-template command, you can view the status information of virtual template. Example View the state of specified virtual template. <NEC-PHILIPS> display interface virtual-template 1 display virtual-access Syntax display virtual-access [ slot slot-number | vt vt-number | user user-name |...

  • Page 186: Mp-group Interface Configuration Command

    In deleting the virtual template, make sure that all its derived virtual access interfaces have been removed and this virtual template is not in use any more. Example Create virtual template 10. [NEC-PHILIPS] interface virtual-template 10 [NEC-PHILIPS-Virtual-Template10] 4.17 MP-group Interface Configuration Command...

  • Page 187

    Tunnel interfaces do not support this command. Example Add serial port 3/0/0 to MP group 3. [NEC-PHILIPS] interface serial 3/0/0 [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial3/0/0] ppp mp mp-group 3/0/0 Remove serial port 3/0/0 from MP group 3/0/0. [NEC-PHILIPS-Serial3/0/0] undo ppp mp mp-group 3/0/0 Command Reference Guide...

  • Page 188: Virtual Ethernet Interface Configuration Command

    Using the display interface virtual-ethernet command, you can view status of a virtual Ethernet interface. Example View the status information of virtual Ethernet interface 1/0/0. <NEC-PHILIPS> display interface virtual-ethernet 1/0/0 interface virtual-ethernet Syntax interface virtual-ethernet number undo interface virtual-ethernet number...

  • Page 189: Configuration Command Of Loopback Interface And Null Interface

    View status information of specified Loopback interface. <NEC-PHILIPS> display interface loopback 6 LoopBack6 current state : UP Line protocol current state :UP Description : NEC-PHILIPS Routers, LoopBack6 Interface The Maximum Transmit Unit is 1536 Internet Address is 10.10.1.1/8 display interface null...

  • Page 190

    NULL0 current state : UP Line protocol current state :UP (spoofing) Physical is NULL DEV Description : NEC-PHILIPS Routers, NULL0 Interface The Maximum Transmit Unit is 1500 Internet protocol processing : disabled 5 minutes input rate 0 bytes/sec, 0 packets/sec...

  • Page 191

    There is only one Null interface, fixed as null0, which is fixed, and cannot be deactivated or deleted. For the related command, see display interface null. Example Enter view of Null0 interface. [NEC-PHILIPS] interface null 0 [NEC-PHILIPS-NULL0] Command Reference Guide...

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