Card, MDA, and port command reference

Command hierarchies

Configuration commands

Port loopback commands

configure
    - system
        - loopback-no-svc-port [mac-swap mac-swap port-id] [mirror mirror-port-id] [testhead testhead port-id] [p2mpbud p2mpbud-port-id [p2mp-bud-classification]]
        - no loopback-no-svc-port [mac-swap mac-swap port-id] [mirror mirror-port-id] [testhead testhead port-id] [p2mpbud p2mpbud-port-id]

Port Ethernet commands

General Port Ethernet commands
config 
    - [no] port {port-id}
        - ethernet
            - autonegotiate [limited]
            - [no] autonegotiate
            - connection-type connection-type 
            - down-on-internal-error
            - no down-on-internal-error
            - duplex {full | half}
            - encap-type {dot1q | null | qinq}
            - [no] eth-bn-egress-rate-changes 
            - eth-cfm 
                - [no] mep mep-id domain md-index association ma-index 
                    - eth-bn 
                        - [no] receive 
                        - rx-update-pacing seconds 
            - hold-time {[up hold-time up] [down hold-time down] [seconds| centiseconds]}
            - no hold-time
            - [no] lacp-tunnel 
            - mac ieee-address
            - no mac
            - mode {access [uplink] network| hybrid}
            - no mode
            - monitor-oper-group name
            - no monitor-oper-group
            - mtu mtu-bytes
            - no mtu
            - multicast-egress {l2-switch | l3-fwd}
            - no multicast-egress
            - multicast-ingress {l2-mc | ip-mc}
            - no multicast-ingress
            - no loopback {internal} [service svc-id sap sap-id src-mac SA dst-mac DA]
            - no oper-group
            - oper-group name
            - no poe
            - poe [plus]
            - qinq-etype 0x0600..0xffff
            - no qinq-etype
            - rs-fec-mode rs-fec-mode
            - no rs-fec-mode
            - [no] report-alarm [signal-fail] [remote] [local] 
            - speed {10 | 100 | 1000 | 10000}
            - [no] shutdown
Port Ethernet QoS commands
config 
    - [no] port {port-id}
        - ethernet
            - access-ingress-qos-mode {sap-mode | port-mode}
            - access
                - accounting-policy acct-policy-id
                - no accounting-policy
                - [no] collect-stats
                - egress
                    - qos policy-id
                    - no qos
                    - [no] queue-override 
                        - [no] queue queue-id [create]
                            - adaptation-rule cir {max | min | closest} [pir {max | min | closest}] 
                            - no adaptation-rule
                            - percent-rate cir cir-percent [pir pir-percent] 
                            - no percent-rate
                            - queue-mgmt name
                            - no queue-mgmt
                            - queue-mode queue-mode
                            - no queue-mode
                            - rate cir cir-rate [pir pir-rate]
                            - no rate
                            - weight weight
                            - no weight
                - ingress
                    - dot1p-classification policy-id
                    - no dot1p-classification
                    - dscp-classification policy-id
                    - no dscp-classification
                    - untagged-fc fc
                    - no untagged-fc
                    - qos policy-id
                    - no qos
                - uplink
                    - accounting-policy acct-policy-id
                    - no accounting-policy
                    - [no] collect-stats
                    - qos policy-id
                    - no qos
                    - queue-policy name
                    - no queue-policy
            - egress-rate sub-rate [max-burst size-in-kbits]
            - no egress-rate
            - egress-scheduler-policy port-scheduler-policy-name
            -  no egress-scheduler-policy
            - enable-dei
            - no enable-dei
            - enable-table-classification 
            - no enable-table-classification
            - network
                - accounting-policy policy-id
                - no accounting-policy
                - [no] collect-stats
                - qos policy-id
                - no qos
                - queue-policy name
                - no queue-policy
Port Ethernet 802.1x commands
config 
    - [no] port {port-id}
        - ethernet
            - dot1x
                - [no] mac-auth
                - mac-auth-wait seconds
                - no mac-auth-wait
                - max-auth-req max-auth-request
                - port-control {auto | force-auth | force-unauth}
                - quiet-period seconds
                - no quiet-period
                - [no] radius-plcy name
                - re-auth-period seconds 
                - [no] re-authentication 
                - server-timeout seconds
                - no server-timeout 
                - supplicant-timeout seconds
                - no supplicant-timeout 
                - transmit-period seconds
                - no transmit-period
                - [no] tunneling
                - [no] vlan-auth
Port Ethernet LLDP commands
config 
    - [no] port {port-id}
        - ethernet
            - lldp
                - [no] tunnel-nearest-bridge-dest-mac
                - dest-mac {nearest-bridge | nearest-non-tpmr | nearest-customer}
                    - admin-status {rx | tx | tx-rx | disabled}
                    - lldp-med
                        - admin-status {tx-rx | disabled}
                        - no admin-status
                        - network-policy policy-id [policy-id...(up to 4 max)] 
                        - no network-policy
                        - tx-tlvs [network-policy] [mac-phy-config-status]
                        - no tx-tlvs
                    - [no] notification
                    - port-id-subtype {tx-if-alias | tx-if-name | tx-local}
                    - no port-id-subtype
                    - tx-mgmt-address [system] [system-ipv6]
                    - no tx-mgmt-address
                    - tx-tlvs [port-desc] [sys-name] [sys-desc] [sys-cap]
                    - no tx-tlvs

LAG commands

config
    - [no] lag [lag-id]
        - access-ingress-qos-mode {sap-mode | port-mode}
        - bfd
            - [no] disable-soft-reset-extension
            - family {ipv4}
                - [no] bfd-on-distributing-only
                - local-ip-address ip-address
                - no local-ip-address
                - max-admin-down-time [down-interval]
                - max-admin-down-time infinite
                - no max-admin-down-time
                - max-setup-time [up-interval]
                - max-setup-time infinite
                - no max-setup-time
                - multiplier [multiplier]
                - no multiplier
                - receive-interval interval
                - no receive-interval
                - remote-ip-address ip-address
                - no remote-ip-address
                - [no] shutdown
                - transmit-interval interval
                - no transmit-interval
        - description long-description-string
        - no description
        - [no] dynamic-cost
        - enable-table-classification 
        - no enable-table-classification 
        - enable-dei
        - no enable-dei
        - encap-type {dot1q | null | qinq}
        - no encap-type
        - hold-time down hold-down-time
        - no hold-time
        - lacp [mode] [administrative-key admin-key] [system-id system-id] [system-priority priority]
        - lacp-xmit-interval {slow | fast}
        - no lacp-xmit-interval
        - [no] lacp-xmit-stdby
        - load-balancing hash parameters
        - mac ieee-address
        - no mac
        - mode access [uplink]
        - no mode
        - no oper-group
        - oper-group name
        - port port-id [port-id ] [priority priority] [sub-group sub-group-id]
        - no port port-id [port-id ] 
        - port-threshold value [action {dynamic-cost | down}]
        - port-threshold
        - selection-criteria [{highest-count | highest-weight | best-port}] [slave-to-partner]
        - no selection-criteria
        - standby-signaling {lacp | power-off}
        - no standby-signaling
        - [no] shutdown 
    - system
        - lag
            - lb-hash-1-version version
            - no lb-hash-1-version

Multi-chassis redundancy commands

config
    - redundancy
        - multi-chassis
            - [no] peer ip-address [create]
                - authentication-key [authentication-key | hash-key] [hash | hash2]
                - no authentication-key
                - description description-string
                - no description
                - [no] mc-lag
                    - hold-on-neighbor-failure multiplier
                    - no hold-on-neighbor-failure
                    - keep-alive-interval interval
                    - no keep-alive-interval
                    - lag lag-id lacp-key admin-key system-id system-id [remote-lag remote-lag-id] system-priority system-priority
                    - lag remote-lag remote-lag-id] 
                    - no lag lag-id
                    - [no] shutdown
                - peer-name
                - no peer-name
                - [no] shutdown
                - source-address ip-address
                - no source-address
                - [no] sync
                    - [no] igmp-snooping
                    - port [port-id | lag-id] [sync-tag sync-tag] [create]
                    - no port [port-id | lag-id]
                    - range encap-range [sync-tag sync-tag]
                    - no range encap-range
                    - [no] shutdown

Ethernet ring commands

config
    - eth-ring ring-id
    - no eth-ring
        - [no] ccm-hold-time {down down-timeout | up up-timeout}
        - [no] compatible-version version
        - description description-string
        - no description
        - [no] guard-time time
        - [no] revert-time time
        - [no] rpl-node {owner | nbr}
        - [no] node-id mac
        - [no] sub-ring {virtual-link | non-virtual-link}
            - [no] interconnect {ring-id ring-id | vpls}
                - [no] propagate-topology-change
        - [no] path {a | b} [{port-id} raps-tag qtag[.qtag]]
            - description description-string
            - [no] rpl-end
            - eth-cfm
                - [no] mep mep-id domain md-index association ma-index
                    - [no] ccm-enable
                    - [no] ccm-ltm-priority priority
                    - [no] control-mep
                    - [no] control-sap-tag tag-range
                    - [no] description description-string
                    - [no] eth-test-enable
                        - [no] test-pattern {all-zeros | all-ones} [crc-enable]
                        - bit-error-threshold bit-errors
                    - low-priority-defect {allDef | macRemErrXcon | remErrXcon | errXcon | xcon | noXcon}
                    - mac-address mac-address
                    - one-way-delay-threshold seconds
                    - [no] shutdown
            - [no] shutdown

Show commands

show 
    - chassis [environment] [power-supply]
    - card state
    - card [slot-number]
    - card [slot-number] [detail]
    - card [slot-number] active-resource-profile
    - card [slot-number] fabric-port-status
    - pools mda-id[/port] [access-app [pool-name]]
    - pools mda-id[/port] [network-app [pool-name]]
    - lag [lag-id] [detail] [statistics] 
    - lag lag-id associations
    - lag [lag-id] description
    - lag [lag-id] port
    - port port-id [detail] 
    - port port-id description 
    - port port-id associations
    - port port-id dot1x [detail]
    - port port-id ethernet [efm-oam | detail]
    - port port-id optical
    - port [A1] [detail] [statistics] [description] 
    - port port-id acr [detail]
    - port port-id ptp-hw-timestamp
        - ethernet
            - lldp [nearest-bridge | nearest-non-tpmr | nearest-customer] [remote-info] [detail] [lldp-med]
    - poe [detail]
    - redundancy
        - multi-chassis all
            - mc-lag peer ip-address [lag lag-id]
            - mc-lag [peer ip-address [lag lag-id]] statistics
            - sync peer [ip-address]
            - sync peer [ip-address] detail
    - sync peer [ip-address] statistics
    - system
        - internal-loopback-ports [detail] 
        - lldp
        - lldp neighbor

Monitor commands

monitor
    - port port-id [port-id...(up to 5 max)] [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] [multiclass]

Clear commands

clear
    - lag lag-id statistics
    - mda mda-id [statistics]
    - port port-id statistics

Debug commands

debug
    - lag [lag-id lag-id port port-id] [all]
    - lag [lag-id lag-id port port-id] [sm] [pkt] [cfg] [red] [iom-upd] [port-state] [timers] [sel-logic] [mc] [mc-pkt]
    - no lag [lag-id lag-id]

Command descriptions

Configuration commands

Generic commands

description
Syntax

description long description-string

no description

Context

config>port

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command creates a text description for a configuration context to help identify the content in the configuration file.

The no form of this command removes any description string from the context.

Parameters
long-description-string

Specifies the description character string. Strings can be up to 160 characters composed of printable, 7-bit ASCII characters. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

shutdown
Syntax

[no] shutdown

Context

config>card

config>card>mda

config>port

config>port>ethernet

config>lag

config>port>ethernet>efm-oam

config>port>ethernet>ssm

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command administratively disables an entity. When disabled, an entity does not change, reset, or remove any configuration settings or statistics.

The operational state of the entity is disabled as well as the operational state of any entities contained within.

The no form of this command administratively enables an entity.

Default

card — no shutdown

mda — no shutdown

lag — shutdown

mc-lag — shutdown

port — shutdown

Special Cases
MC-LAG Protocol Handling for 7210 SAS-Mxp

When the no shutdown command is issued in the config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-lag context, resources are allocated to enable the node to process the protocol.

The resources are deallocated when you issue the config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-lag>shutdown command.

Card commands

card
Syntax

card slot-number

Context

config

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This mandatory command enables the chassis card Input/Output Module (IOM), slot, and MDA CLI context.

The no form of this command cannot be used on fixed IOM and MDA cards that are auto equipped and auto provisioned.

Default

the IOM card is equipped and provisioned for slot 1

Parameters
slot-number

Specifies the slot number of the card in the chassis.

card-type
Syntax

card-type card-type

Context

config>card

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures the card slot. The card type can be preprovisioned, meaning that the card does not need to be installed in the chassis.

A card must be provisioned before an MDA or port can be configured.

A card can only be provisioned in a slot that is vacant, meaning no other card can be provisioned (configured) for that particular slot.

A card can only be provisioned in a slot if the card type is allowed in the slot. An error message is generated if an attempt is made to provision a card type that is not allowed.

A high severity alarm is raised if an administratively enabled card is removed from the chassis. The alarm is cleared when the correct card type is installed or the configuration is modified. A low severity trap is issued when a card is removed that is administratively disabled.

An appropriate alarm is raised if a partial or complete card failure is detected. The alarm is cleared when the error condition ceases.

Note:

This command is not required for 7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, and 7210 SAS-Mxp devices as the cards are preprovisioned.

In a virtual chassis (VC), when the TiMOS image boots up on the CPM-IMM and the IMM-only cards/nodes, users must provision the card type on each member node so that the software knows which hardware platforms are members of the VC. The software can then determine the logical IMM types that are part of the VC. Provisioning the card type is a mandatory step in the bring up of virtual chassis system in order for all the member nodes to be fully functional.

The no form of this command cannot be used as the IOM card is fixed.

Default

the IOM card is equipped and preprovisioned for slot 1

Parameters
card-type

Specifies the type of card to be configured and installed in that slot.

Values

iom-sas (7210 SAS-Mxp, and 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone))

imm-sas-10sfp+1xfp | imm-sas-10sfp | imm-sas-2xfp | imm-sas-b-4sfp+ | imm-sas-b-2sfp+ | imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+ | imm-sas-b-11csfp | imm-sas-b-16tx | imm-sas-c-1qsfp28 (7210 SAS-R6)

imm-sas-b-4sfp+ | imm-sas-b-4xfp | imm-sas-b-2sfp+ | imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+ | imm-sas-b-11csfp | imm-sas-b-16tx | imm-sas-c-1qsfp28 (7210 SAS-R12)

sas-sx-24sfp-4sfpp | sas-sx-48sfp-4sfpp | sas-sx-24t-4sfpp | sas-sx-48t-4sfpp | sas-s-24sfp-4sfpp | sas-s-48sfp-4sfpp | sas-s-24t-4sfpp | sas-s-48t-4sfpp | sas-sx-24tp-4sfpp | sas-sx-48tp-4sfpp | sas-s-24tp-4sfpp | sas-s-48tp-4sfpp (7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE (standalone-vc))

sys-res-profile
Syntax

[no] sys-res-profile policy-id

Context

config>card

Platforms

7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-12, and 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone-VC)

Description

This command attaches the system resource-profile policy. The system resource profile parameters are defined as a policy. The user must configure the system resource profile policy and associate it with the IMM card. The software reads the configured policy and allocates resources appropriately per IMM card. It allows users to allocate resources to different features per IMM card.

Note:

On 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12, some of the system resource profile parameters are applicable to the entire node and not per IMM card.

For more information about the CLI descriptions for System Resource Profile parameters, see the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Basic System Configuration Guide.

Default

system attaches the default system resource-profile to each IMM when it is booted up

Parameters
policy-id

Specifies the system resource profile policy to use for this card.

Values

1 to 16

MDA commands

mda
Syntax

mda mda-slot

no mda mda-slot

Context

config>card

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables the MDA CLI context to configure MDAs.

Note:

All 7210 SAS platforms auto-provision MDAs and do not require this command to be configured.

Parameters
mda-slot

Specifies the MDA slot number to be configured. Fixed ports on the panel of the chassis belong to MDA 1.

Values

1

mda-type
Syntax

mda-type mda-type

no mda-type

Context

config>card>mda

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures a specific MDA type to the device configuration for the slot. The MDA can be preprovisioned but an MDA must be provisioned before ports can be configured. Ports can be configured after the MDA is correctly provisioned.

All 7210 SAS platforms (unless noted otherwise) support a fixed MDA. The fixed MDA (addressed as mda 1) is auto-equipped and auto-provisioned on boot up. It cannot be deleted. An error message is shown in case a no mda-type command is executed on a fixed MDA.

Note:

All 7210 SAS platforms auto-provision MDAs and do not require this command to be configured.

The no form of this command deletes the MDA from the configuration.

Default

MDA 1 is auto-equipped and auto-provisioned by default during boot up

Parameters
mda-type

Specifies the type of MDA selected for the slot position.

Values

7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-Mxp — The logical MDA with fixed ports is auto-provisioned

7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12 — The logical MDA (which is named based on the type of IMM) is auto-provisioned

sync-e
Syntax

[no] sync-e

Context

config>card>mda

Platforms

7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command enables Synchronous Ethernet on the Ethernet ports that support Synchronous Ethernet. When Synchronous Ethernet is enabled, the timing information is derived from the Ethernet ports.

Synchronous Ethernet is supported for both Ethernet SFP ports and fixed copper ports. It is highly recommended to use copper port only for distribution of synchronous Ethernet and not as a reference.

See the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Basic System Configuration Guide for more information about Synchronous Ethernet.

The no form of this command disables Synchronous Ethernet on the MDA.

Default

no sync-e

Interface QoS commands

access
Syntax

access

Context

config>port

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

Commands in this context configure egress and ingress pool policy parameters.

network
Syntax

network

Context

config>port

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

Commands in this context configure egress and ingress pool policy parameters.

uplink
Syntax

uplink

Context

config>port>access

Platforms

7210 SAS-T

Description

Commands in this context configure access pool parameters.

egress
Syntax

egress

Context

config>port>access

config>port>network

config>port>uplink

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

Commands in this context specify the slope policy that is configured in the config>qos>slope-policy context.

ingress
Syntax

ingress

Context

config>port>ethernet>access

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 77210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12.

Description

This command configures Ethernet access ingress port QoS parameters.

pool
Syntax

[no] pool [name]

Context

config>port>access>egress

config>port>network>egress

config>port>access>uplink>egress

Platforms

7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone and standalone-VC), and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE

Description

Commands in this context configure the slope policy for the queues associated with this port.

Default

default

Parameters
name

Specifies the pool name, a string up to 32 characters composed of printable, 7-bit ASCII characters. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes

slope-policy
Syntax

slope-policy name

no slope-policy

Context

config>port>access>egress>pool

config>port>access>uplink>pool

config>port>network>egress

Platforms

7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone and standalone-VC), and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE

Description
Note:

The config>port>access>uplink>pool context is only supported on 7210 SAS platforms operating in the access-uplink mode.

This command specifies an existing slope policy which defines high and low priority RED slope parameters and the time average factor. The policy is defined in the config>qos>slope-policy context.

Parameters
name

Specifies the policy name, a string up to 32 characters.

qos
Syntax

qos policy-id

no qos

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>egress

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command associates a access-egress QoS policy to the access port.

On 7210 SAS-T operating in access uplink mode, this policy is used to enable port-based marking and configuring port-based queue parameters. For more information, see the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

On 7210 SAS-T operating in network mode, this policy is used to enable port-based marking and configuring port-based queue parameters. For more information, see the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

On 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, when SAP based egress queuing is configured, this policy is to used configure only marking values for packets sent out of access ports. For more information, see the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide and the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

On 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, when port-based queues are used on access ports, this policy is used to configure marking values and to configure the port-based queue parameters. For more information, see the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide and the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

On 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE(standalone and standalone-VC) and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, this policy is used to enable port-based marking and configuring port-based queue parameters. For more information, see the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

The no form of this command removes the explicit association of a user configured QoS policy and associates a default QoS policy with the port.

Parameters
policy-id

Specifies an existing QoS policy to be assigned to the port.

Values

1 to 65535

qos
Syntax

qos policy-id

no qos

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>uplink

Platforms

Only supported on 7210 SAS platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command associates a network QoS policy to the access-uplink port.

On 7210 SAS-T operating in access uplink mode, this policy is used to enable marking on egress and classification and metering/policing on port ingress. For more information, see the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

The no form of this command removes the explicit association of a user configured QoS policy and associates a default QoS policy with the port.

Parameters
policy-id

Specifies an existing QoS policy to be assigned to the port.

Values

1 to 65535

qos
Syntax

qos policy-id

no qos

Context

config>port>ethernet>network

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command associates a network QoS policy to a network port.

Parameters
policy-id

Specifies an existing QoS policy to be assigned to the network port.

Values

1, 3 to 65535

queue-override
Syntax

[no] queue-override

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>egress

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

Commands in this context configure override values for the specified queue. These values will override the values specified in the associated access egress QoS policy.

The no form of this command removes all existing queue override commands.

queue
Syntax

[no] queue queue-id [create]

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>egress>queue-override

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

Commands in this context modify the queue parameters associated with a particular queue.

The no form of this command removes the queue override commands for this queue.

Parameters
queue-id

Specifies the ID of the queue.

Values

1 to 8

adaptation-rule
Syntax

adaptation-rule cir {max | min | closest} [pir {max | min | closest}]

no adaptation-rule

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>egress>queue-override>queue

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command overrides the adaptation-rule CIR and PIR values defined in the access egress QoS policy assigned to the port.

This command defines the method used by the system to derive the operational CIR and PIR settings when the queue is provisioned in hardware. For the CIR and PIR parameters individually, the system attempts to derive the best operational rate depending on the defined constraint.

The no form of this command removes adaptation-rule override parameters on the queue and applies the adaptation-rule defined for the queue in the access egress QoS policy.

Default

no adaptation-rule

Parameters
pir

Specifies the constraints enforced when adapting the PIR defined within the queue queue-id rate command. The pir parameter requires a qualifier that defines the constraint used when deriving the operational PIR for the queue. When the rate command is not specified, the default constraint applies.

cir

Specifies the constraints enforced when adapting the CIR defined within the queue queue-id rate command. The cir parameter requires a qualifier that defines the constraint used when deriving the operational CIR for the queue. When the cir parameter is not specified, the default constraint applies.

max | min | closest

Specifies the criteria to use to compute the operational CIR and PIR values for this queue, while maintaining a minimum offset.

Values

max — The max (maximum) option is mutually exclusive with the min and closest options. The hardware step size varies with the configured rate.

min — The min (minimum) option is mutually exclusive with the max and closest options. The hardware step size varies with the configured rate.

closest — The closest parameter is mutually exclusive with the min and max parameter. The hardware step size varies with the configured rate.

percent-rate
Syntax

percent-rate [cir cir-percent] [pir pir-percent]

no percent-rate

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>egress>queue-override>queue

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command overrides the percent-rate or rate CIR and PIR values defined in the access egress QoS policy assigned to the port.

The percent-rate command enables support for configuring a queue PIR and CIR as a percentage of the egress port line rate (that is, the port limit). When the rates are expressed as a port limit, the actual rates used per instance of the queue will vary based on the port speed or the configured port egress rate. For example, when the same QoS policy is used on a 1 Gigabit and a 10 Gigabit Ethernet port, the queue rates will be 10 times greater on the 10 Gigabit port because of the difference in port speeds.

If the port speed changes after the queue is created, the queue PIR and CIR will be recalculated based on the defined percentage value.

The rate and percent-rate commands override one another. If the current rate for a queue is defined using the percent-rate command and the rate command is executed, the percent-rate values are deleted. Similarly, the percent-rate command causes any rate command values to be deleted. A queue rate may dynamically be changed back and forth from a percentage to an explicit rate at anytime.

The no form of this command, when defined within an egress queue-override command, reverts to the defined PIR and CIR within the access egress QoS policy associated with the queue.

Default

no percent-rate

Parameters
cir cir-percent

Specifies the queue CIR as a percentage that is dependent on the use of the port-limit.

Values

0.00 to 100.00

Default

0.00

pir pir-percent

Specifies the queue PIR as a percentage that is dependent on the use of the port-limit.

Values

0.01 to 100.00

Default

100.00

queue-mgmt
Syntax

queue-mgmt name

no queue-mgmt

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>egress>queue-override>queue

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command overrides the queue management policy defined in the access egress QoS policy assigned to the port.

This command associates the specified queue management policy with this queue.

The queue management policy specifies the queue buffer parameters and queue slope policy parameters.

The no form of this command associates the queue management policy for this queue as defined in the access egress QoS policy.

Default

no queue-mgmt

Parameters
name

Specifies the name of the queue management policy, up to 32 characters.

queue-mode
Syntax

queue-mode queue-mode

no queue-mode

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>egress>queue-override>queue

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command overrides the queue mode defined in the access egress QoS policy assigned to the port.

This command determines whether the queue operates in strict or weighted mode.

The no form of this command associates the queue-mode for this queue as defined in access egress QoS policy.

Default

no queue-mode

Parameters
queue-mode

Specifies the queue mode.

Values

strict: Setting the queue mode to strict mode influences the CIR loop and the PIR loop. In both the CIR loop and the PIR loop, the scheduler schedules the queues in the order of their priority (that is, the weights are disregarded).

weighted: Setting the queue mode to weighted mode influences the CIR loop and the PIR loop as follows.

  • In the CIR loop, the scheduler distributes the available bandwidth to all the strict and then to all the weighted queues in round-robin fashion, up to the configured CIR rate.

  • In the PIR loop, after examining all the strict queues, the scheduler examines the weighted queues and distributes the available bandwidth, if any, in the proportion of the configured weights.

rate
Syntax

rate [cir cir-rate] [pir pir-rate]

no rate

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>egress>queue-override>queue

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command overrides the CIR and PIR values defined in the access egress QoS policy assigned to the port.

This command defines the administrative PIR and the administrative CIR parameters for the queue. The PIR defines the maximum rate at which the queue can transmit packets through the port. Defining a PIR does not necessarily guarantee that the queue can transmit at the intended rate. The actual rate sustained by the queue can be limited by oversubscription factors or available egress bandwidth. The CIR defines the rate at which the system prioritizes the queue over other queues competing for the same bandwidth.

The rate command can be executed at anytime, altering the PIR and CIR for all queues created on the access ports.

The rate and percent-rate commands override one another. If the current rate for a queue is defined using the percent-rate command and the rate command is executed, the percent-rate values are deleted. Similarly, the percent-rate command causes any rate command values to be deleted. A queue rate may dynamically be changed back and forth from a percentage to an explicit rate at anytime.

The no form of this command removes the percent-rate parameter and applies the rate or percent-rate as specified for the queue in access egress QoS policy.

Default

no rate

Parameters
cir cir-rate

Specifies that the cir parameter overrides the default administrative CIR used by the queue. If the rate command is not executed or the cir parameter is not explicitly specified, the default CIR value is used.

Values

0 to 100000000, max

Default

0

pir pir-rate

Specifies the administrative PIR rate, in kilobits, for the queue. When the rate command is executed, a PIR setting is optional. If the rate command is not executed, the default PIR of maximum value is used.

Values

0 to 100000000, max

Default

max — The max keyword implies the maximum port Ethernet speed or the egress-port rate.

weight
Syntax

weight weight

no weight

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>egress>queue-override>queue

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command overrides the weight defined in the access egress QoS policy assigned to the port.

For queues configured with queue-mode in weighted mode, weight values are considered only in the PIR loop. That is, in the CIR loop the CIR of the queues are met if bandwidth is available, and in the PIR loop the configured weight values determine the proportion of available bandwidth allocated to this queue relative to other queues configured in weighted mode.

The no form of this command removes the configured queue-override weight value and applies the weight value as defined in access-egress QoS policy for that queue.

Default

no weight

Parameters
weight

Specifies the weight value. The value is an integer that specifies the proportion of available bandwidth to be allocated to this queue relative to other queues.

Values

1 to 15

dot1p-classification
Syntax

dot1p-classification policy-id

no dot1p-classification

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>ingress

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command associates a dot1p classification policy with an Ethernet port.

The dot1p classification policy is applicable only when table-based classification is enabled on the access port. It is used to classify only bridged packets received on this port and processed in the context of an RVPLS service with a SAP configured on this port. The dot1p classification policy defines the mapping of IP dot1p values to forwarding class (FC) and profile (in-profile or out-profile).

The no form of this command removes the dot1p classification policy from its association with the Ethernet port.

Default

no dot1p-classification

Parameters
policy-id

Specifies the policy ID.

Values

1 to 65535

dscp-classification
Syntax

dscp-classification policy-id

no dscp-classification

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>ingress

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command associates a DSCP classification policy with an Ethernet port.

The DSCP classification policy is applicable only when table-based classification is enabled on the access port. It is used to classify only bridged packets received on this port and processed in the context of an RVPLS service with a SAP configured on this port. The DSCP classification policy defines the mapping of IP DSCP values to forwarding class (FC) and profile (in-profile or out-profile).

The no form of this command removes the DSCP classification policy from its association with the Ethernet port.

Default

no dscp-classification

Parameters
policy-id

Specifies the policy ID.

Values

1 to 65535

untagged-fc
Syntax

untagged-fc fc

no untagged-fc

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>ingress

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command assigns a default FC and profile to non-IP Ethernet packets received on this port and processed in the context of an RVPLS service that has a SAP configured on this port.

Non-IP tagged and untagged packets are assigned the untagged-fc fc because they do not have a DSCP field available to match in the DSCP classification policy.

Note:

All tagged bridged non-IP packets received on this port are processed in the context of an RVPLS service with a SAP configured on this port. FC is assigned as per the value configured using this command and profile is assigned using the DEI bit in the packet. Untagged bridged traffic will also match the untagged-fc fc and are treated as out of profile.

The no form of this command reverts the assigned FC to the default value.

Default

be

Parameters
fc

Specifies the fc value.

Values

be | l2 | af | l1 | h2 | ef | h1 | nc

Default

be

qos
Syntax

qos policy-id

no qos

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>ingress

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone)

Description

This command associates an access ingress policy with an access port configured to use the port-mode option in the configure port ethernet access-ingress-qos-mode command.

The qos command is ignored if the configure port ethernet access-ingress-qos-mode command is configured to use the sap-mode option.

The no form of this command reverts to the default value.

Default

qos 1

Parameters
policy-id

Specifies the access ingress QoS policy ID.

Values

1 to 65535

General port commands

port
Syntax

port port-id

no port port-id

Context

config

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures ports. Before a port can be configured, the chassis slot must be provisioned with a valid card type and the MDA parameter must be provisioned with a valid MDA type. (See card and mda commands.)

Parameters
port-id

Specifies the physical port ID in the slot/mda/port format.

dwdm
Syntax

dwdm

Context

config>port

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures the Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) parameters.

channel
Syntax

channel channel

Context

config>port>dwdm

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures the Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) ITU channel at which a tunable MDA optical interface will be configured to operate. It is expressed in a form that is derived from the laser's operational frequency. For example, 193.40 THz corresponds to DWDM ITU channel 34 in the 100 GHz grid and 193.45 THz corresponds to DWDM ITU channel 345 in the 50 GHz grid. A provisioned MDA type must have DWDM tunable optics (m1-10gb-dwdm-tun).

The DWDM channel must set to a non-zero value before the port is set to no shutdown.

The port must be shut down before changing the DWDM channel.

The DWDM channel must be on a physical port.

Parameters
channel

Specifies the channel.

Values

0, 17 to 61, 175 to 605

where:

17 to 61 is used for 100GHz channels

175, 185 to 605 is used for 50GHz channels

0 only valid on disabled (shutdown) ports

enable-dei
Syntax

enable-dei

no enable-dei

Context

config>port>ethernet

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables DEI based classification on access ports, network ports, access-uplink or hybrid ports.

If enabled, DEI value in the Ethernet packet header is used to determine the initial profile/color of the packet when the meter/policer used to police the FC is configured in color-aware mode. If the meter used to police the FC is configured in color-blind mode, then the DEI value of the packet has no effect. When in color-aware mode, DEI value of 0 is interpreted as in-profile or green packet and DEI value of 1 is interpreted as out-of-profile or yellow packet. In color-aware mode, the following behavior is accorded to packets classified with initial profile/color as in-profile/green and out-of-profile/yellow:

  • If a green packet is received and the color-aware meter is within the CIR rate, then packet is assigned a final profile of green and it is assigned a final profile of yellow if the meter exceeds the CIR rate and is within the PIR rate.

  • If a yellow packet is received and the color-aware meter is above the CIR rate and within the PIR rate, then the packet is assigned a final profile of yellow.

That is, in color-aware mode, yellow/out-of-profile packets cannot eat into the CIR bandwidth. It is exclusively reserved for green/in-profile packets.

The final profile assigned at ingress is used by egress to determine the WRED slope to use. The WRED slope determines whether the packet is eligible to be assigned a buffer and can be queued up on egress queue for transmission.

For more information, see the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

Default

no enable-dei

egress-scheduler-policy
Syntax

egress-scheduler-policy port-scheduler-policy-name

no egress-scheduler-policy

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone and standalone-VC), and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE

Description

This command enables the provisioning of an existing port-scheduler-policy to a port or channel.

The default scheduling done for a port is strict scheduling. When a port-scheduler-policy is applied to the port, the scheduling behavior changes to the one specified in the policy (Strict, RR, WRR, WDRR, WRR/WDRR + Strict).

The no form of this command removes the associated default port scheduler policy from an egress port.

Parameters
port-scheduler-policy-name

Specifies an existing port-scheduler-policy configured in the config>qos context.

mode
Syntax

mode {access [uplink]| network | hybrid}

no mode

Context

config>port>ethernet

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

Access: An access port is used for customer facing traffic on which services are configured. A Service Access Point (SAP) can only be configured on an access port. When a port is configured for access mode, the appropriate encap-type must be specified to distinguish the services on the port. Once an Ethernet port has been configured for access mode, multiple services can be configured on the Ethernet port.

Access-uplink: Access-uplink ports are used to provide native Ethernet connectivity in service provider transport or infrastructure network. This can be achieved by configuring port mode as access uplink. With this option, the encap-type can be configured to only qinq. Access-uplink SAPs, which are QinQ SAPs, can only be configured on an access uplink port to allow the operator to differentiate multiple services being carried over a single access uplink port. It is supported only on 7210 SAS-T configured in access-uplink mode.

Network: A network port participates in the service provider transport or infrastructure network when a network mode is selected. When the network option is configured, the encap-type can be configured to either null or dot1q.

Hybrid: A hybrid Ethernet port allows the combination of network and access modes of operation on a per-VLAN basis and must be configured as either dot1q or QinQ encapsulation. When the hybrid port is configured to the dot1q encapsulation, the user configures a SAP inside a service by providing the SAP ID which must include the port-id value of the hybrid mode port and an unused VLAN tag value. The format is <port-id>:qtag1. A SAP of format <port-id>:* is also supported. The user configures a network IP interface under config>router>interface>port by providing the port name which consists of the port-id of the hybrid mode port and an unused VLAN tag value. The format is <portid>:qtag1.

The user must explicitly enter a valid value for qtag1. The <port-id>:* value is not supported on a network IP interface. The 4096 VLAN tag space on the port is shared among VLAN SAPs and VLAN network IP interfaces. When the hybrid port is configured to QinQ encapsulation, the user configures a SAP inside a service by providing the SAP ID which must include the port-id value of the hybrid mode port and the outer and inner VLAN tag values.

The format is <port-id>:qtag1.qtag2. A SAP of format <port-id>: qtag1.* is also supported. The outer VLAN tag value must not have been used to create an IP network interface on this port. In addition, the qtag1.qtag2 value combination must not have been used by another SAP on this port. The user configures a network IP interface under config>router>interface>port by providing the port name which consists of the port-id of the hybrid mode port and a VLAN tag value. The format is <portid>:qtag1.*. An outer VLAN tag qtag2 of * is used to create an IP network interface. In addition, the qtag1.qtag2 value combination must not have been used on another SAP or IP network interface on this port.

The no form of this command reverts to the default.

Default

network

Parameters
network

Specifies that the Ethernet port is configured as service access (available only in network mode).

access

Specifies that the Ethernet port is configured for transport network use.

access uplink

Specifies that the Ethernet port is configured for transport (Ethernet uplinks available only in access-uplink mode).

hybrid

Specifies that the Ethernet port is configured for hybrid use (available only in network mode).

monitor-oper-group
Syntax

monitor-oper-group name

no monitor-oper-group

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

7210 SAS-T (access-uplink), 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone)

Description

This command specifies the operational group to be monitored by the object under which it is configured. The oper-group name must be already configured in the config>system context before its name is referenced in this command.

The no form of this command removes the association from the configuration.

Default

no monitor-oper-group

Parameters
name

Specifies a character string of maximum 32 ASCII characters identifying the existing group instance.

mac
Syntax

mac ieee-address

no mac

Context

config>port>ethernet

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command assigns a specific MAC address to an Ethernet port, Link Aggregation Group (LAG), or Ethernet tunnel.

Only one MAC address can be assigned to a port. When multiple mac commands are entered, the last command overwrites the previous command. When the command is issued while the port is operational, IP will issue an ARP, if appropriate, and BPDUs are sent with the new MAC address.

The no form of this command reverts the MAC address to the default value.

Default

a default MAC address is assigned by the system from the chassis MAC address pool

Parameters
ieee-address

Specifies the 48-bit MAC address in the form aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff or aa-bb-cc-dd-ee-ff where aa, bb, cc, dd, ee and ff are hexadecimal numbers. Allowed values are any non-broadcast, non-multicast MAC and non-IEEE reserved MAC addresses.

mtu
Syntax

mtu mtu-bytes

no mtu

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the maximum payload MTU size for an Ethernet port. The Ethernet port level MTU parameter indirectly defines the largest physical packet the port can transmit or the far-end Ethernet port can receive. Packets received larger than the MTU will be discarded. Packets that cannot be fragmented at egress and exceed the MTU are discarded.

The value specified for the MTU includes the destination MAC address, source MAC address, the Ethertype or Length field and the complete Ethernet payload. The MTU value does not include the preamble, start of frame delimiter or the trailing CRC.

The no form of this command reverts to the default values.

Default

The default MTU value depends on the (sub-)port type, mode, and encapsulation. Default MTU values lists the default MTU values.

Table 1. Default MTU values

Type

Mode

Encap type

Default (bytes)

10/100, Gig, or 10GigE

Access

null

1514

10/100, Gig, or 10GigE

Access

dot1q

1518

10/100, Gig, or 10GigE

Access

q-in-q

1522

10/100 or 100FX Ethernet

Network

null

1514

10/100 or 100FX Ethernet

Network

dot1q

1518

Parameters
mtu-bytes

Sets the maximum allowable size of the MTU, expressed as an integer.

Values

512 to 9212

multicast-egress
Syntax

multicast-egress {l2-switch | l3-fwd}

no multicast-egress

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document

Description

This command configures Layer 2 or Layer 3 multicast egress replication on a port. That is, with RVPLS IGMPv3 snooping-based multicast, a port on which receivers are present can be configured to do either Layer 2 multicast replication—where IP TTL is not decremented and the source MAC address is not replaced with the 7210 SAS chassis MAC or IP interface MAC address—or Layer 3 multicast replication—where IP TTL is decremented and the source MAC address is replaced.

This command is supported in network mode

All SAPs on the specified port have the same behavior, therefore the reference to port instead of SAP in the following behavior description:

  • If the l3-fwd keyword is used, then for both IP multicast and RVPLS IGMP snooping multicast traffic forwarded out of the specified port, the following processing is done:

    • For IP multicast traffic processed in the context of RVPLS service, the source MAC address is replaced with the chassis MAC address if no IP interface is associated with the RVPLS service. If there is an IES IP interface associated with RVPLS service, the IES interface MAC address is used. In addition, the IP TTL value is decremented by one.

    • For IP multicast traffic processed in the context of IES or VPRN IP interface, the source MAC address is replaced with the MAC address of the IP interface. In addition, the IP TTL value is decremented by 1. If the IP TTL is not greater than 0, the packet is dropped.

  • If the l2-switch keyword is used, then for both IP multicast and RVPLS IGMP snooping multicast traffic forwarded out of the specified port, the following processing is done:

    • For IP multicast traffic processed in the context of RVPLS service, the source MAC address is not replaced. Instead, the original MAC address in the packet is retained. In addition, the IP TTL value is not decremented.

    • Users must not enable IP multicast on this port.

Default

l3-fwd

Parameters
l2-switch

Specifies that IGMP snooping on the port (egress) with Layer 2 multicast lookup is enabled.

l3-fwd

Specifies that IP multicast (Layer 3) lookups on the port (egress) is enabled.

multicast-ingress
Syntax

multicast-ingress {l2-mc | ip-mc}

no multicast-ingress

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command turns on either IP multicast or IGMP snooping on a port. The l2-mc and ip-mc options are mutually exclusive.On 7210 SAS port ingress, either IGMP snooping Layer 2 multicast lookup can be enabled or IP multicast Layer 3 multicast lookup can be enabled.

The ip-mc keyword must be enabled on ports where multicast sources are located and an RVPLS SAP is configured to receive the multicast streams.

Note:

The restriction of either configuring a VPLS SAP as a receiver for processing Layer 2 multicast traffic on ingress or configuring an IP interface as a receiver for processing Layer 3 multicast traffic on ingress (on a port) does not restrict the ability to configure both a VPLS SAP and an IP interface on a port with receivers connected downstream (that is, in the egress direction). Typically, the ports used for ingress and the ports used for egress are not the same.

Default

l2-mc

Parameters
l2-mc

Specifies that IGMP snooping on the port (ingress) with Layer 2 multicast lookup is enabled.

ip-mc

Specifies that IP multicast (Layer-3) lookups on the port (ingress) is enabled. This parameter is not supported on 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE platforms.

ptp-hw-timestamp
Syntax

[no] ptp-hw-timestamp

Context

config>port

Platforms

7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE

Description

This command enables Precision Time Protocol (PTP) port-based hardware timestamping on the port in both egress and ingress directions. For more information about PTP port-based hardware timestamping, including configuration guidelines, see the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Basic System Configuration Guide.

The no version of this command disables PTP port-based hardware timestamping on the port.

Default

ptp-hw-timestamp

Port loopback commands

loopback-no-svc-port
Syntax

loopback-no-svc-port [mac-swap mac-swap port-id] [mirror mirror-port-id] [testhead testhead-port-id] [p2mpbud p2mpbud-port-id [p2mp-bud-classification]]

[no] loopback-no-svc-port [mac-swap mac-swap port-id] [mirror mirror-port-id] [testhead testhead-port-id] [p2mpbud p2mpbud-port-id]

Context

config>system

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description
Note:

The p2mpbud p2mpbud-port-id parameter is supported only on the 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12. It reserves a loopback port for use with the NG-MVPN P2MP LSP feature.

This command specifies the port to assign for system use when using port loopback with the following tools: mac-swap, mirroring, testhead OAM, and NG-MVPN, when the node is acting as a P2MP bud router on the 7210 SAS-R6 or 7210 SAS-R12. When configured, the system uses the resources of the port, and the port is not available for configuring services.

A single port cannot be shared among these tools simultaneously. The system displays an error if users attempt to configure the same port for use with multiple OAM tools or use the tool without first configuring the port resources for the tool.

To use these OAM tools simultaneously, this command must be executed once for each OAM tool with a different port ID. For example, users can dedicate two ports for use by executing the loopback-no-svc-port mirror 1/1/1 command for use with the mirroring OAM tool, followed by the loopback-no-svc-port mac-swap 1/1/2 command for use by the mac-swap OAM tool.

Alternatively, users can dedicate two ports by executing the loopback-no-svc-port testhead 1/1/1 command for use by the testhead OAM tool, followed by executing the loopback-no-svc-port mac-swap 1/1/2 command for use by the mac-swap OAM tool.

The system verifies whether any services are configured on the port specified using this command; if services are configured, the command fails.

The no form of this command disables the use of this port by the specified OAM tool.

Note:

  • On the 7210 SAS-T, the two available internal ports (that is, port 1/1/27 and 1/1/28) can be used with the mac-swap, mirroring, or testhead OAM tool. To use the OAM tools simultaneously, an additional front-panel port must be configured for use with each of the tools.

  • On the 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12, a fixed number of internal ports are available for use with OAM tools (such as, the testhead, mac-swap, and dot1q or remote mirroring OAM tool) that need the resources of a loopback port. The number of internal virtual port resources that are available on different types of IMMs can be obtained using the show system internal-loopback-ports detail command. If all the internal port resources are in use, users may need to configure the resources of a front-panel port for use with OAM tools that need loopback port resources. To use the OAM tools simultaneously, an additional front-panel port must be configured for use with each of the tools.

    When configuring internal port resources or front-panel port resources for testhead and mac-swap OAM tools, the port must be on the same IMM as the test SAP.

  • On the 7210 SAS-Mxp, one internal port (that is, port 1/1/29) is available for use with the mac-swap, mirroring, or testhead OAM tool. To use the OAM tools simultaneously, an additional front-panel port must be configured for use with each of the tools.

Parameters
mac-swap-port-id

Specifies that the loopback port (in the slot/mda/port format) is dedicated for use by the mac-swap OAM tool.

mirror-port-id

Specifies that the loopback port (in the slot/mda/port format) is dedicated for use by the mirroring OAM tool.

testhead-port-id

Specifies that the loopback port (in the slot/mda/port format) is dedicated for use by the testhead OAM tool.

p2mpbud-port-id

Specifies the loopback port (in the slot/mda/port format) to use for P2MP LSP, which is used with NG-MVPN feature. Applicable only to 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 devices.

p2mp-bud-classification

Keyword to enable ingress FC classification for packets that are received on a P2MP LSP on a network port IP interface and that are replicated to IP multicast receivers. This keyword allows users to prioritize multicast traffic to IP receivers in the service. In addition, it enables the capability to mark the packet with IP DSCP values while sending the multicast stream out of the IP interface. Applicable only to 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 devices.

Note:

Before using this keyword, users must ensure that sufficient resources are available in the network ingress CAM resource pool and MPLS EXP ingress profile map resource pool. Use the tools>dump>system-resources command to check resource availability.

Ethernet port commands

ethernet
Syntax

ethernet

Context

config>port

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

Commands in this context configure Ethernet port attributes.

This context can only be used when configuring Fast Ethernet, gigabit, or 10Gig Ethernet LAN ports on an appropriate MDA.

mode
Syntax

mode {access | network | hybrid}

no mode

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures an Ethernet port for access, network, or hybrid mode of operation.

An access port or channel is used for customer facing traffic on which services are configured. A Service Access Point (SAP) can only be configured on an access port or channel. When a port is configured for access mode, the appropriate encap-type must be specified to distinguish the services on the port. Once an Ethernet port has been configured for access mode, multiple services can be configured on the Ethernet port.

Note:

ATM, frame relay, and cHDLC port parameters can only be configured in the access mode.

A network port or channel participates in the service provider transport or infrastructure network when a network mode is selected. When the network option is configured, the encap-type cannot be configured for the port/channel.

When network mode is selected on a SONET/SDH path, the appropriate control protocols are activated when the need arises. For example, configuring an IP interface on the SONET path activates IPCP while the removal of the IP interface causes the IPCP to be removed. The same applies for MPLS, MPLSCP, and OSICP. When configuring a SONET/SDH port, the mode command must be entered in the channel context or an error message is generated.

The no form of this command reverts to the default.

Default

network

Parameters
access

Specifies that the Ethernet port is configured as service access.

network

Specifies that the Ethernet port is configured for transport network use.

hybrid

Specifies that the Ethernet port is configured for hybrid use.

access-ingress-qos-mode
Syntax

access-ingress-qos-mode {sap-mode | port-mode}

Context

config>port>ethernet

config>lag

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone)

Description

This command configures either a per-SAP ingress QoS policy or a per-port access ingress QoS policy on the access port.

This command is supported only in the high SAP scale mode, which is configured using the config>system>resource-profile>sap-scale-mode high command on the 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, and the config>system>global-res-profile>sap-scale-mode high command on the 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12.

When the access-ingress-qos-mode command is configured on the access port with the sap-mode option specified, per-SAP ingress QoS policies are used for SAPs configured on the port. Attempts to attach an access ingress QoS policy fail.

When the access-ingress-qos-mode command is configured with the port-mode option specified, access ingress QoS policies associated with the port are used for ingress classification and metering and policing. If a user-defined access ingress QoS policy is associated with the port, the user must reset the access ingress policy ID to 1 before changing access-ingress-qos-mode to sap-mode; otherwise, the change fails.

When the user enables the access-ingress-qos-mode command with the port-mode option, the IP DSCP and dot1p classification policies configured in the context of the access port ingress QoS are used. See the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide and 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide for more information about the config qos access-ingress command.

LAG member ports can be configured to use either the sap-mode or port-mode; a mix of the two modes is not allowed. When operating in port-mode, all LAG members have the same access ingress QoS policy as the primary LAG member. The policy defines the classification and policing rates for all traffic received on all ports of the LAG. For example, if the user configures the classification entry dot1p 7 to FC nc and the meter 1 CIR and PIR to 100 Mb/s and 2 Gb/s respectively, traffic received on the LAG member ports with a dot1p value of 7 are assigned FC nc at ingress and are rate-limited to 2 Gb/s. For inter-card LAG scenarios, each card is programmed separately for 2 Gb/s.

A node can have a mix of ports configured as access, hybrid, and network ports, where some access ports are configured to use sap-mode access ingress QoS and other access ports are configured to use port-mode access ingress QoS.

SAPs configured on ports in hybrid port mode cannot be configured to use per-port access ingress QoS policies.

Before configuring the access-ingress-qos-mode command with the port-mode option specified, use the configure system resource-profile ingress-internal-tcam qos-access-port-ingress-resource command to allocate the appropriate resources from the ingress-internal-tcam resource pool for use by the access ingress QoS policies. If no resources are allocated, changing the existing access ingress QoS mode to port-mode will fail. In addition, if access ports are currently configured to use port-mode access ingress QoS, setting the qos-access-port-ingress-resource command to 0 is not allowed.

In addition, before executing this command, the user must ensure that access port scheduling is configured using the configure system resource-profile qos port-scheduler-mode command on the 7210 SAS-Mxp, and the configure system global-res-profile qos port-scheduler-mode command on the 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12, after which high SAP scale mode can be configured using the sap-scale-mode high command. This is a per-node configuration and requires a node reboot for the change to take effect. The node must be rebooted in the high SAP scale mode and qos-access-port-ingress-resource must have enough resources to change the access-ingress-qos-mode command to port-mode.

Note:

  • The user must change the access-ingress-qos-mode command to sap-mode before changing the sap-scale-mode command to low. Otherwise, the configuration will fail on reboot and the saved configuration will attempt to change the access-ingress-qos-mode to port-mode while in low SAP scale mode

  • On the 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12, when the port-scheduler-mode command and high SAP scale mode are configured, the user has the option to use either per-access SAP ingress QoS policies or per-access port ingress QoS policies for the access port.

Default

access-ingress-qos-mode sap-mode

Parameters
sap-mode

Keyword to enable the access ingress QoS SAP mode; that is, per-SAP ingress QoS policies are used for SAPs configured on the access port.

port-mode

Keyword to enable the access ingress QoS port mode; that is, access ingress QoS policies associated with the access port are used for ingress classification and metering and policing.

access
Syntax

access

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures Ethernet access port QoS parameters.

egress
Syntax

egress

Context

config>port>ethernet>access

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures Ethernet access egress port QoS parameters.

autonegotiate
Syntax

autonegotiate [limited]

[no] autonegotiate

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables speed and duplex autonegotiation on Fast Ethernet ports and enables far-end fault indicator support on Gigabit ports.

There are three possible settings for autonegotiation:

  • ‟on” or enabled with full port capabilities advertised

  • ‟off” or disabled where there are no autonegotiation advertisements

  • ‟limited” where a single speed/duplex is advertised.

When autonegotiation is enabled on a port, the link attempts to automatically negotiate the link speed and duplex parameters. If autonegotiation is enabled, the configured duplex and speed parameters are ignored.

When autonegotiation is disabled on a port, the port does not attempt to autonegotiate and will only operate at the speed and duplex settings configured for the port.

Note:

Disabling autonegotiation on gigabit ports is not allowed as the IEEE 802.3 specification for gigabit Ethernet requires autonegotiation be enabled for far end fault indication.

If the autonegotiate limited keyword option is specified the port will autonegotiate but will only advertise a specific speed and duplex. The speed and duplex advertised are the speed and duplex settings configured for the port. One use for limited mode is for multispeed gigabit ports to force gigabit operation while keeping autonegotiation enabled for compliance with IEEE 801.3.

7210 SAS requires that autonegotiation be disabled or limited for ports in a Link Aggregation Group to guarantee a specific port speed.

The no form of this command disables autonegotiation on this port.

Default

autonegotiate

Parameters
limited

Specifies that the Ethernet interface will automatically negotiate link parameters with the far end, but will only advertise the speed and duplex mode specified by the Ethernet speed and duplex commands.

connection-type
Syntax

connection-type connection-type

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp and 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE (fiber variants only)

Description

This command configures the connection type on the Ethernet combo port. The combo port provides two physical interface options to the user, SFP or copper. This command allows the user specify the physical interface to use.

When configured as an SFP port, the combo port allows for fiber-based connectivity with the flexibility of using suitable optics for longer reach. When configured as a fixed copper port, it provides cheaper connectivity for shorter reach. The SFP port supports speeds of 100/1000 Mb/s and the copper port can support speeds of 10/100/1000 Mb/s.

The combo port can be configured either as an SFP port or a copper port. That is, both the interfaces cannot be used simultaneously.

Default

connection-type sfp

Parameters
connection-type

Specifies the type of Ethernet combo port.

Values

sfp, copper, auto

crc-monitor
Syntax

crc-monitor

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures Ethernet CRC Monitoring parameters.

sd-threshold
Syntax

[no] sd-threshold threshold [multiplier multiplier]

Context

config>port>ethernet>crc-monitor

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the error rate at which to declare the Signal Failure condition on an Ethernet interface.

The value represents a ratio of errored frames over total frames received over seconds of the sliding window. The CRC errors on the interface are sampled once per second. A default of 10 seconds is used when there is no additional window-size configured. The multiplier keyword is optional.

The no form of this command reverts to the default value of 1. If the multiplier keyword is omitted, the multiplier will revert to the default value of 1.

Default

no sd-threshold

Parameters
threshold

Specifies the rate of CRC errored Ethernet frames.

Values

1 to 9

multiplier

Specifies the multiplier used to scale the CRC error ratio.

Values

1 to 9

sf-threshold
Syntax

[no] sf-threshold threshold [multiplier multiplier]

Context

config>port>ethernet>crc-monitor

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the error rate at which to declare the Signal Degrade condition on an Ethernet interface.

The value represents a ratio of errored frames over total frames received over seconds of the sliding window. The CRC errors on the interface are sampled once per second. A default of 10 seconds is used when there is no additional window-size configured. The multiplier keyword is optional.

The no form of this command reverts to the default value of 1. If the multiplier keyword is omitted, the multiplier will revert to the default value of 1.

Default

no sf-threshold

Parameters
threshold

Represents the rate of CRC errored Ethernet frames.

Values

1 to 9

multiplier

Represents the multiplier used to scale the CRC error ratio.

Values

1 to 9

window-size
Syntax

[no] window-size seconds

Context

config>port>ethernet>crc-monitor

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies sliding window size over which the Ethernet frames are sampled to detect signal fail or signal degrade conditions. The command is used jointly with the sf-threshold and the sd-threshold to configure the sliding window size.

Default

10

Parameters
seconds

Specifies the size of the sliding window in seconds over which the errors are measured.

Values

5 to 60

down-on-internal-error
Syntax

[no] down-on-internal-error

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the system to allow to bring a port operationally down in the event the systems has detected internal max transmit errors.

Default

no down-on-internal-error

dot1q-etype
Syntax

dot1q-etype value

no dot1q-etype

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command specifies the Ethertype expected when the port's encapsulation type is dot1q. Dot1q encapsulation is supported only on Ethernet interfaces.

When the dot1-etype is configured to a value other than 0x8100 (the default value) on a port, the outermost tag in the received packet is matched against the configured value and if there is a match then it is treated as a Dot1q packet and the VLAN ID is used to match against the configured Dot1q SAPs on the port to find the Dot1q SAP the packet should be matched to.

Note:

  • This command does not change the etype used to match the inner tag for a QinQ SAP. The 7210 SAS devices always uses 0x8100 for matching the inner tag etype. That is, if this command is configured on a port configured for QinQ encapsulation, then it is ignored and 0x8100 is used always.

  • This command takes effect only for access ports and hybrid ports. On hybrid ports, it applies to all traffic (that is, traffic mapped to SAPs and network IP interfaces). It is not supported for network ports.

  • Dot1q-preserve SAPs cannot be configured on dot1q encap ports configured to use Ethertype other than 0x8100.

  • Priority tagged packet received with etype 0x8100 on a dot1q port configured with etype 0x9100 is classified as a priority tagged packet and mapped to a dot1q:0 SAP (if configured) and the priority tag is removed.

  • Priority tagged packets received with etype 0x6666 (any value other than 0x8100) on a dot1q port configured with etype 0x9100 is classified as null-tagged packet and mapped to a dot1q:0 SAP (if configured) and the priority tag is retained and forwarded as expected.

  • The maximum number of unique dot1q-etypes configurable per node is limited. The resources needed for configuration of dot1q-etype is shared by the default dot1q-etype, default qinq-etype and user configured values for qinq-etype. That is, the number of unique dot1q-etypes allowed decreases, if the number of unique qinq-etype configured is more. The converse is also true.

The no form of this command reverts the dot1q-etype value to the default.

Default

0x8100

Parameters
value

Specifies the Ethertype to expect.

Values

0x0600 to 0xffff — or 1536 to 65535

duplex
Syntax

duplex {full | half}

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the duplex of a Fast Ethernet port when autonegotiation is disabled. If the port is configured to autonegotiate this parameter is ignored.

Default

full

Parameters
full

Sets the link to full duplex mode

half

Sets the link to half duplex mode

efm-oam
Syntax

efm-oam

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures EFM-OAM attributes.

accept-remote-loopback
Syntax

[no] accept-remote-loopback

Context

config>port>ethernet>efm-oam

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables reactions to loopback control OAM PDUs from peers.

The no form of this command disables reactions to loopback control OAM PDUs.

Default

no accept-remote-loopback

mode
Syntax

mode {active | passive}

Context

config>port>ethernet>efm-oam

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the mode of OAM operation for this Ethernet port. These two modes differ in that active mode causes the port to continually send out efm-oam info PDUs while passive mode waits for the peer to initiate the negotiation process. A passive mode port cannot initiate monitoring activities (such as loopback) with the peer.

Default

active

Parameters
active

Provides capability to initiate negotiation and monitoring activities.

passive

Relies on peer to initiate negotiation and monitoring activities.

transmit-interval
Syntax

[no] transmit-interval interval [multiplier multiplier]

Context

config>port>ethernet>efm-oam

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the transmit interval of OAM PDUs.

The minimum efm-oam session time-out value supported is 300 milliseconds. That is, user can configure "transmit-interval 1 multiplier 3" as the minimum value.

Default

transmit-interval 10 multiplier 5

Parameters
interval

Specifies the transmit interval in 100s of milliseconds.

Values

1 to 600

multiplier multiplier

Specifies the multiplier for transmit-interval to set local link down timer.

Values

2 to 5

tunneling
Syntax

[no] tunneling

Context

config>port>ethernet>efm-oam

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables EFM OAM PDU tunneling. Enabling tunneling will allow a port mode Epipe SAP to pass OAM frames through the pipe to the far end.

The no form of this command disables tunneling.

Default

no tunneling

egress-rate
Syntax

egress-rate sub-rate [max-burst size-in-kbits]

no egress-rate

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the rate of traffic leaving the network.

The no form of this command reverts the value to the default.

Note:

The max-burst size in kbits keyword configures a maximum-burst (in kilobits) associated with the egress-rate. This is an optional parameter and if not explicitly configured then by default it is set to 64 kbits for both 1G and 10G ports. Users cannot configure max-burst size in kbits without configuring egress-rate. The value should be between 32 and 16384, or default. For more information, see the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

Default

no egress-rate

Parameters
sub-rate

Specifies the egress rate, in kilobits per second (kbps).

Values

1 to 10000000

max-burst size-in-kbits

Specifies the maximum egress burst, in kilobits (Kbits).

Values

32 to 16384

enable-table-classification
Syntax

[no] enable-table-classification

Context

config>port>ethernet

config>lag

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12.

Description

This command enables the use of a table-based IP DSCP classification policy to assign FC and profile to RVPLS bridged IP packets received on access port ingress. This command works in conjunction with the SAP ingress QoS policy associated with the RVPLS service. The match-criteria entries from the RVPLS SAP ingress policy are ignored and instead the IP DSCP classification is used to assign the FC and profile. Only meters from the SAP ingress policy are used to rate-limit the traffic mapped to different FCs.

The DSCP classification policy that is enabled by the enable-table-classification command is specified in the config>port>ethernet>access>ingress context, using the dscp-classification command.

Note:

The enable-table-classification command—as well as the DSCP classification policy—takes effect only if enable-table-classification is enabled in the respective RVPLS SAP and in the context of the IP interface associated with the RVPLS service.

This command has no effect on a network port.

The no form of this command disables the use of a DSCP classification policy for RVPLS bridged packets.

Default

no enable-table-classification

encap-type
Syntax

encap-type {dot1q | null|qinq}

no encap-type

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the encapsulation method used to distinguish customer traffic on an Ethernet access port, or different VLANs on a network port.

The no form of this command reverts to the default.

Default

null

Parameters
dot1q

Specifies that ingress frames carry 802.1Q tags where each tag signifies a different service.

null

Specifies that ingress frames will not use any tags to delineate a service. As a result, only one service can be configured on a port with a null encapsulation type.

qinq

Specifies QinQ encapsulation for QinQ access SAPs.

eth-bn-egress-rate-changes
Syntax

[no] eth-bn-egress-rate-changes

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command allows rate changes received in ETH-BN messages on a port-based MEP to update the egress rate used on the port. The egress rate is capped by the minimum of the configured egress-rate and the maximum port rate.

The no form of this command reverts to the default value.

Default

no eth-bn-egress-rate-changes

eth-cfm
Syntax

eth-cfm

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

Commands in this context configure 802.1ag CFM parameters.

mep
Syntax

[no] mep mep-id domain md-index association ma-index

Context

config>port>ethernet>eth-cfm

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command provisions the maintenance endpoint (MEP).

The no form of this command removes the configuration.

Default

no mep

Parameters
mep-id

Specifies the maintenance association endpoint identifier.

Values

1 to 8191

md-index

Specifies the maintenance domain (MD) index value.

Values

1 to 4294967295

ma-index

Specifies the MA index value.

Values

1 to 4294967295

eth-bn
Syntax

eth-bn

Context

config>port>ethernet>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

Commands in this context configure ETH-BN message handling.

receive
Syntax

[no] receive

Context

config>port>ethernet>eth-cfm>mep>eth-bn

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command enables the reception and processing of ETH-BN messages, and the retrieval and processing of the current bandwidth field for inclusion in dynamic egress rate adjustments.

The received rate is a Layer 2 rate, and is expected to be in Mb/s. If this rate is a link rate (including preamble, start frame delimiter, and inter-frame gap), it requires the configuration of frame-based accounting in the config>port>ethernet context.

The no form of this command disables the reception and processing of ETH-BN messages.

Default

no receive

rx-update-pacing
Syntax

rx-update-pacing seconds

Context

config>port>ethernet>eth-cfm>mep>eth-bn

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

This command sets the pace for update messages to and from the ETH-CFM subsystem to the QoS subsystem. The most recent update messages are held by the ETH-CFM subsystem, but the most recent update is held until the expiration of the pacing timer.

Default

rx-update-pacing 5

Parameters
seconds

Specifies the time to wait before sending subsequent updates (in seconds).

Values

1 to 600

hold-time
Syntax

hold-time {[up hold-time up] [down hold-time down] [seconds | centiseconds]}

no hold-time

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures port link dampening timers, which reduce the number of link transitions reported to upper layer protocols. The hold-time value is used to dampen interface transitions.

When an interface transitions from an up state to a down state, it is immediately advertised to the rest of the system if the hold-time down interval is 0, but if the hold-time down interval is greater than 0, interface down transitions are not advertised to upper layers until the hold-time down interval has expired. When an interface transitions from a down state to an up state, it immediately advertised to the rest of the system if the hold-time up interval is 0, but if the hold-time up interval is greater than 0 interface, up transitions are not advertised until the hold-time up interval has expired.

The no form of this command reverts to the default values.

Default

down 0 seconds — No port link down dampening is enabled, link down transitions are immediately reported to upper layer protocols

up 0 seconds — No port link up dampening is enabled, link up transitions are immediately reported to upper layer protocols

Parameters
up hold-timeup

Specifies the interval, in seconds or centiseconds, before an interface transitions from a down state to an up state is reported to upper layer protocols.

Values

0 to 36000 seconds

0, 10 to 3600000 in centiseconds in 5-centisecond increments

down hold-time down

Specifies the interval, in seconds or centiseconds, before an interface transitions from an up state to a down state is reported to upper layer protocols.

Values

0 to 36000 seconds

0, 10 to 3600000 in centiseconds in 5-centisecond increments

seconds | centiseconds

Specifies the unit of measurement for the hold time.

lacp-tunnel
Syntax

[no] lacp-tunnel

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables LACP packet tunneling for the Ethernet port. When tunneling is enabled, the port will not process any LACP packets but will tunnel them instead. The port cannot be added as a member to a LAG group.

The no form of this command disables LACP packet tunneling for the Ethernet port.

Default

no lacp-tunnel

poe
Syntax

poe [plus]

no poe

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

7210 SAS-T ETR, 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE fiber variants (standalone mode), and 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE copper PoE variants (standalone mode)

Description

This command enables PoE on this port and allows only 802.3af (Type 1) low-power devices to be connected to the port.

Using the plus parameter enables users to connect Type 2 devices (that is, high-powered devices) compliant to 802.3at standards to the port.

This command must be used to enable PoE on a port before connecting a PoE device to the port. After a port is enabled for PoE, software attempts to detect the type of PoE device (that is, PoE or PoE+ device) connected to the port and the power it is requesting when a PoE device is connected to the port. If the detection is successful and the power request is within the budget that the platform supports, then power is supplied to the connected device. If not, power is not supplied to the port.

The no form of this command disables PoE and PoE+ on this port. If PoE is disabled, the software does not attempt to detect the characteristics of the PoE device connected to the port and not supply power to the port.

Parameters
plus

Specifies the parameter poe-plus to allow support of 802.3at (Type-2) high power devices to be connected to the port.

oper-group
Syntax

oper-group name

no oper-group

Context

config>port>ethernet

config>lag

Platforms

Only supported on 7210 SAS platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command associates the context to the operational group specified in the group-name. The oper-group group-name must be already configured under config>system context before its name is referenced in this command.

The no form of this command removes the association.

Parameters
name

Specifies a character string of maximum 32 ASCII characters identifying the group instance.

qinq-etype
Syntax

qinq-etype value

no qinq-etype

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the Ethertype used for Q-in-Q encapsulation.

When the qinq-etype is configured on a port with a value other than the default, the outermost tag in the received packet is matched against the configured value and the inner tag's etype is matched against the default. If there is a match then it is treated as a QinQ packet and the outer VLAN ID and inner VLAN ID is used to match against the configured Q1.Q2 SAPs on the port to find the QinQ SAP the packet should be matched to. If only the outermost tag's etype matches the qinq-etype configured on the port and the VLAN ID matches any of the Q1.* SAP configured on the port, the packet is processed in the context of that SAP. If the outermost tag's etype does not match the configured qinq-etype, then the packet is considered to be a untagged packet.

Note:

  • This command takes effect only for access ports and hybrid ports. On hybrid ports, it applies to all traffic (that is, traffic mapped to SAPs and network IP interfaces). It is not supported for network ports.

  • The maximum number of unique qinq-etypes configurable per node is limited. The resources needed for configuration of qinq-etype is shared by the default dot1q-etype, default qinq-etype and user configured values for qinq-etype. That is, the number of unique dot1q-etypes allowed decreases if the number of unique qinq-etype configured is more. The converse is also true.

  • The qinq-etype change is not allowed on hybrid port, if there is an interface or a SAP configured on the port.

The no form of this command reverts the qinq-etype value to the default. The default value is not user configurable.

Default

0x8100

Parameters
value

Specifies the qinq-etype to expect.

Values

0x0600 to 0xffff or 1536 to 65535

Ensure that the values do not match any of the IEEE reserved Ethertype values such as 0x8a88, 0x9100, and 0x9200.

rs-fec-mode
Syntax

rs-fec-mode rs-fec-mode

no rs-fec-mode

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 with IMM-c QSFP28 card, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE QSFP28

Description

This command enables Reed–Solomon Forward Error Correction (RS-FEC) on the Ethernet port.

The no form of this command disables RS-FEC.

Default

no rs-fec-mode

Parameters
rs-fec-mode

Specifies the RS-FEC mode to support.

Values

c191-514-528

report-alarm
Syntax

[no] report-alarm [signal-fail] [remote] [local]

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies when and if to generate alarms and alarm clear notifications for this port.

Note:

The report-alarm command is only supported for 10G ports on applicable platforms.

Parameters
signal-fail

Specifies an Ethernet signal lost alarm.

remote

Specifies remote faults.

local

Specifies local faults.

port-clock
Syntax

port-clock {master | slave | automatic}

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

7210 SAS-T (network and access-uplink), 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12 (16-port copper IMM-sas-r-b (IMMv2), Combo ports of 7210 SAS-Mxp, Combo ports on 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE fiber variant (standalone), and all copper variants of 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone)

Description

This command forces the copper port to be a master or slave. Using a value of master ensures that the local node is the syncE master. A syncE master port, distributes the system timing over the copper port to the remote peer node. Using a value of slave ensures that the local node is a syncE slave. A syncE slave port uses the incoming timing information.

With copper ports using 1G speed, the nodes need to determine who will be the master and slave with respect to clock used for transmission and reception. The master-slave relationship between the two ports of the nodes is determined during auto-negotiation of the link parameters and is automated; there is no management intervention in this process. Once this process is complete, the master port transmit clock will be used for receiving the packets on the slave port. However, when syncE is in use, to maintain clock distribution hierarchy (for example, master will be synchronized to a stable reference and will distribute this clock to the slave) one needs to make sure that one of the ports behave as a master while the remote port of the link in question behaves as a slave.

The following conditions must be met before using syncE on the fixed port copper ports:

  1. Auto-negotiation (or auto-negotiation limited) must be turned on.

  2. This command is required only when the copper port speed is set to 1Gbps.

  3. This CLI command is not supported for fiber ports or for fiber ports that use Copper SFPs.

The no form of this command allows the node to automatically determine the master or slave status for the copper port based on the nodes capabilities exchanged during auto-negotiation. That is, depending on the peer setting, the local end could end up as either a master or a slave when the no form of the command is used.

Note:

For 7210 SAS-Mxp and 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone and standalone-VC), the user must first configure the combo port connection-type to copper before using the port-clock command. The port-clock command cannot be configured without first configuring connection-type copper.

Parameters
master

Specifies that the local node is the synchronous Ethernet master. A synchronous Ethernet master port distributes the system timing over the copper port to the remote peer node.

slave

Specifies that the local node is a synchronous Ethernet slave. A synchronous Ethernet slave port uses the incoming timing information.

speed
Syntax

speed {10 | 100 | 1000 | 10000}

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the port speed of an Ethernet port when autonegotiation is disabled. If the port is configured to autonegotiate, this parameter is ignored.

Speed cannot be configured for ports that are part of a Link Aggregation Group (LAG).

Supported values depend on the speed of the Ethernet interface supported on the platform.

On the 7210 SAS-S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE (copper variants), and on the 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, if 1GE fiber-optic SFPs are used in SFP+ ports, the SFP+ ports must be set to 1000 Mb/s.

SFP+ ports that support SFPs do not support speeds of 10 Mb/s or 100 Mb/s.

Default

varies depending on platform

Parameters
10

Sets the link to 10 Mb/s.

100

Sets the link to 100 Mb/s.

1000

Sets the link to 1000 Mb/s.

10000

Sets the link to 10 000 Mb/s.

loopback
Syntax

[no] loopback {internal} [service svc-id sap sap-id src-mac SA dst-mac DA]

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures simple port loopback and port loopback with MAC swap. The command when the optional parameter 'internal' is specified, provides the port loopback without the mac-swap functionality. It enables physical layer loopback of the packets that egress on the SAPs created on a Ethernet port. The packets that egress are looped back into the node instead of being transmitted on to the line. After loopback, the packets ingress the system and are mapped to the same SAP from which they were egressed. The packets that are looped back are processed as per the service configuration of the SAP.

The command when used with service-id and MAC address, provides the port loopback with mac-swap functionality. It enables a physical layer loopback, so that packets which egress on the SAPs created on an Ethernet port are looped back into the system. After loopback, on ingress to the system, the MAC addresses in the Ethernet header are swapped (that is, the source MAC address and destination MAC address is exchanged with each other) by the system before being processed as per the service configuration of the SAP.

On 7210 SAS platforms, use of port loopback with mac-swap, requires resources of another port to be assigned for system use. Users need to assign the resources of either internal virtual port or the resource of the front panel port for use with this OAM tool using the command configure> system> loopback-no-svc-port {mirror | mac-swap| testhead} port-id. The number of internal virtual port resources available for use in different for different platforms and can be obtained using the command show> system> internal-loopback-ports detail. Based on the number of internal virtual port resources and the use of other OAM tool that require the resources of another port, the user may need to assign the resources of a front-panel port if the internal virtual port resources are not available.

Note:

Port loopback without mac-swap does not require another port to be assigned for system use on any of the 7210 platforms.

Physical layer loopback is used with external third-party Ethernet test devices to diagnose provisioning issues and test end-to-end performance metrics of a service.

For Port loopback without mac-swap:

  • Use this command for testing VLL services.

  • Enabling this command for testing VPLS services leads to rapid MAC address movement to another port, as source or destination MAC address swap is not performed.

  • This command affects all services provisioned on the port.

  • Before enabling this command, turn off all layer 2 and IP control protocols (such as LACP, EFM, 802.1x and so on) on the device and its peer to prevent errors such as protocol flaps resulting from timeout and so on.When port loopback feature is to be used for multicast traffic with IGMP snooping enabled in the service, the corresponding datapath has to be statically created using static IGMP groups.

  • For loop back to be functional, the following are not required:

    • SFP or XFPs need not be inserted into the device.

    • Ethernet cables need not be plugged in for copper ports.

  • When the loop back command is enabled, ensure that Ethernet parameters such as, speed, duplex, auto-negotiation and so on are not modified.

For port loopback with mac-swap:

  • This command is available for testing VLL services and VPLS services only.

  • When enabled, the command affects all services provisioned on the port.

  • Before enabling this command, turn off all layer 2 and IP control protocols (such as LACP, EFM, 802.1x and so on) on the device and its peer to prevent errors such as protocol flaps because of timeout and so on.When port loopback feature is to be used for multicast traffic with IGMP snooping enabled in the service, the corresponding datapath has to be statically created using static IGMP groups.

  • When using port loopback with mac-swap enabled, for unicast and unknown-unicast packets, if the packet matches the configured source and destination MAC address it will be swapped and looped back in the service. For broadcast and multicast packets, if the packet matches the configured source MAC address, its source MAC address will be used as the destination MAC address and the system MAC address will be the source MAC address. The packet is looped back in the service as a unicast packet. All other packets sent to the loopback port will be dropped since forwarding of these packets after loopback can potentially cause network wide problems.

  • For loop back to be functional, the following are not required:

    • SFP or XFPs need not be inserted into the device.

    • Ethernet cables need not be plugged in for copper ports.

  • When the loop back is enabled, ensure that Ethernet parameters such as, speed, duplex, auto-negotiation and so on are not modified.

  • When the loopback is enabled, ensure that service parameter and attributes such as ingress qos policy, accounting records, ingress/egress ACLs, and so on are not modified.

    • With port loopback in use, the SAP ingress ACLs with IP-criteria is not recommended for use, since only MAC addresses are swapped.

The recommended procedure for using port loopback with mac-swap is:

  • Configure the service and SAP on which loopback is to be enabled.

  • Configure the assigned loopback port to be used.

  • Send bidirectional learning frames on the SAP under test and spoke or uplink from a traffic tester or one can install static MAC for this purpose. Installing a static MAC is highly recommended because the recommended procedure for enabling port loopback is to shutdown the port –> enable loopback and then execute no shutdown the port.

  • Enable port loopback and specify the service, SAP, and the source MAC address (SA) and the destination MAC address (DA). All packets with source MAC matching SA are the only ones processed in the context of the SAP on ingress after the loopback. Any other traffic is dropped on ingress to avoid issues resulting from MAC movement and flooding issues in other services/SAPs because the whole port is in loopback.

  • When the port is in loopback, software disable learning and aging on the specified SAP. After the loopback configuration is removed for the port, then the software enables learning and aging for specified SAP. Therefore, port loopback with mac-swap cannot be used for learning or aging.

  • It is not recommend to change the service parameters for the SAP and the service when loopback is active. Additionally use of commands which clears the FDB, and so on is highly discouraged.

  • Remove the loopback on the SAP port to bring the sap out of MAC swap with loopback mode

The no form of this command disables physical layer loopback on the Ethernet port.

Note:

The loop back command is not saved in the configuration file across a reboot.

Listed below is the recommended sequence of commands to be executed to perform loop back:

  1. Disable the port, execute the command config>port>shutdown.

  2. Enable loop back, execute the command config>port>ethernet>loopback internal

  3. Enable the port, execute the command config>port>no shutdown.

  4. Perform the required tests.

  5. Disable the port, execute the command config>port>shutdown.

  6. Disable loop back, execute the command config>port>ethernet>no loopback internal

  7. Enable the port, execute the command config>port>no shutdown.

  8. Enable the required services.

Listed below is the recommended sequence of commands to be executed to perform loop back when SFP or XFPs are inserted into the device:

  1. Insert SFP or XFPs. SFP or XFPs are not required in case of fixed copper ports.

  2. Enable the port and execute the command config>port>[no] shutdown.

  3. Disable the port and execute the command config>port>shutdown.

  4. Enable loop back and execute the command config>port>ethernet>loopback internal.

  5. Enable the port and execute the command config>port>no shutdown.

  6. Perform the required tests.

  7. Disable the port and execute the command config>port>shutdown.

  8. Disable loop back and execute the command config>port>ethernet>no loopback internal

  9. Enable the port and execute the command config>port>no shutdown.

  10. Enable the required services.

Listed below is the sequence of commands to be executed to perform loop back when SFP or XFPs are changed:

  1. Disable the port, execute the command config>port>shutdown.

  2. Insert the new SFP or XFP.

  3. Enable the port and execute the command config>port>no shutdown.

  4. Disable the port and execute the command config>port>shutdown.

  5. Enable loop back and execute the command config>port>ethernet>loopback internal.

  6. Enable the port and execute the command config>port>no shutdown.

  7. Perform the required tests.

  8. Disable the port and execute the command config>port>shutdown.

  9. Disable loop back and execute the command config>port>ethernet>no loopback internal.

  10. Enable the port and execute the command config>port>no shutdown.

  11. Enable the required services.

Parameters
service svc-id

Specifies the unique service identification number or string identifying the service in the service domain. This ID must be unique to this service and may not be used for any other service of any type. The service-id must be the same number used for every on which this service is defined.

Values

service-id 1 to 2147483648

sap <sap-id>

Specifies the physical port identifier portion of the SAP.

Values

sap-id null

- <port-id>

dot1q

- <port-id>:qtag1

qinq

- <port-id>:qtag1.qtag2

port-id

- slot/mda/port[.channel]

id

- 1 to 1000

qtag1

- 0 to 4094

qtag2

- *|1 to 4094

src-mac <SA>

Specifies the source MAC address.

Values

SA 6-byte unicast mac-address (xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx).

dst-mac <DA>

Specifies the destination MAC address.

Values

DA 6-byte unicast mac-address (xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx).

ssm
Syntax

ssm

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables Ethernet Synchronous Status Message (SSM).

code-type
Syntax

code-type [sonet | sdh]

Context

config>port>ethernet>ssm

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the encoding of synchronous status messages, that is, to select either SDH or SONET set of values. Configuring the code-type is only applicable to Synchronous Ethernet ports. For the code-type, SDH refers to ITU-T G.781 Option-1,while SONET refers to G.781 Option 2 (equivalent to Telcordia GR-253-CORE).

Default

sdh

Parameters
sdh

Specifies the values used on a G.781 Option 1 compliant network.

sonet

Specifies the values used on a G.781 Option 2 compliant network.

esmc-tunnel
Syntax

[no] esmc-tunnel

Context

config>port>ethernet>ssm

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R, 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command allows ESMC frames that are received into the Ethernet port to be tunneled in an Epipe or VPLS service. This configuration is only required for compliance to MEF 6.1.1 EPL Option 2. The port where esmc-tunnel is enabled cannot be used for Synchronous Ethernet.

The no form of this command extracts the ESMC frames on reception by the port. The ESMC frames are not tunneled through the service.

Default

no esmc-tunnel

tx-dus
Syntax

[no] tx-dus

Context

config>port>ethernet>ssm

config>port>sonet-sdh

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the QL value, transmitted from the SSM channel of the SONET/SDH port or the Synchronous Ethernet port, to be set to QL-DUS/QL-DNU. This capability is provided to block the use of the interface from the SR/ESS for timing purposes.

Default

no tx-dus

802.1x port commands

dot1x
Syntax

dot1x

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

Commands in this context configure port-specific 802.1x authentication attributes. This context can only be used when configuring a Fast Ethernet, Gigabit or 10Gig Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports on an appropriate MDA.

mac-auth
Syntax

[no] mac-auth

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command enables MAC-based authentication. To use MAC-based authentication, 802.1x authentication must first be enabled using the port-control auto command.

When MAC-based authentication is enabled, and the mac-auth-wait timer expires, the 7210 SAS begins listening on the port for valid Ethernet frames. The source MAC address of a received frame is used for MAC-based authentication.

MAC authentication and Dot1x authentication or VLAN authentication are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured on the same port.

The no form of this command disables MAC-based authentication.

Default

no mac-auth

mac-auth-wait
Syntax

mac-auth-wait seconds

no mac-auth-wait

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command configures the delay period before MAC authentication is activated.

The no form of this command disables the delay and allows MAC authentication to be used immediately.

Default

no mac-auth-wait

Parameters
seconds

Specifies the MAC authentication delay period, in seconds.

Values

1 to 3600

max-auth-req
Syntax

max-auth-req max-auth-request

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the maximum number of times that the 7210 SAS will send an access request RADIUS message to the RADIUS server. If a reply is not received from the RADIUS server after the specified number of attempts, the 802.1x authentication procedure is considered to have failed.

Default

2

Parameters
max-auth-request

Specifies the maximum number of RADIUS retries.

Values

1 to 10

port-control
Syntax

port-control [auto | force-auth | force-unauth]

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the 802.1x authentication mode.

The no form of this command reverts the value to the default.

Default

force-auth

Parameters
force-auth

Specifies that 802.1x authentication will be disabled and causes the port to transition to the authorized state without requiring any authentication exchange. The port transmits and receives normal traffic without requiring 802.1x-based host authentication.

force-unauth

Specifies that the port will remain in the unauthorized state, ignoring all attempts by the hosts to authenticate. The switch cannot provide authentication services to the host through the interface.

auto

Specifies that 802.1x authentication will be enabled. The port starts in the unauthorized state, allowing only EAPOL frames to be sent and received through the port. Both the 7210 SAS and the host can initiate an authentication procedure. The port will remain in the unauthorized state (no traffic except EAPOL frames is allowed) until the first client is authenticated successfully. After this, traffic is allowed on the port for all connected hosts.

quiet-period
Syntax

quiet-period seconds

no quiet-period

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the period between two authentication sessions during which no EAPOL frames are sent by the 7210 SAS.

The no form of this command reverts the value to the default.

Default

30

Parameters
seconds

Specifies the quiet period, in seconds.

Values

1 to 3600

radius-plcy
Syntax

radius-plcy name

no radius-plcy

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the RADIUS policy to be used for 802.1x authentication. An 802.1x RADIUS policy must be configured (under config>security>dot1x) before it can be associated with a port. If the RADIUS policy-id does not exist, an error is returned. Only one 802.1x RADIUS policy can be associated with a port at a time.

The no form of this command removes the RADIUS policy association.

Default

no radius-plcy

Parameters
name

Specifies an existing 802.1x RADIUS policy name.

re-auth-period
Syntax

re-auth-period seconds

no re-auth-period

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the period after which re-authentication is performed. This value is only relevant if re-authentication is enabled.

The no form of this command reverts the value to the default.

Default

3600

Parameters
seconds

Specifies the re-authentication delay period, in seconds.

Values

1 to 9000

re-authentication
Syntax

[no] re-authentication

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables and disables periodic 802.1x reauthentication.

When re-authentication is enabled, the 7210 SAS will reauthenticate clients on the port every re-auth-period seconds.

The no form of this command reverts the value to the default.

Default

re-authentication

server-timeout
Syntax

server-timeout seconds

no server-timeout

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the period during which the 7210 SAS waits for the RADIUS server to responds to its access request message. When this timer expires, the 7210 SAS will resend the access request message, up to the specified number times.

The no form of this command reverts the value to the default.

Default

30

Parameters
seconds

Specifies the server timeout period, in seconds.

Values

1 to 300

supplicant-timeout
Syntax

supplicant-timeout seconds

no supplicant-timeout

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the period during which the 7210 SAS waits for a client to respond to its EAPOL messages. When the supplicant-timeout expires, the 802.1x authentication session is considered to have failed.

The no form of this command reverts the value to the default.

Default

30

Parameters
seconds

Specifies the server timeout period, in seconds.

Values

1 to 300

transmit-period
Syntax

transmit-period seconds

no transmit-period

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the period after which the 7210 SAS sends a new EAPOL request message.

The no form of this command reverts the value to the default.

Default

30

Parameters
seconds

Specifies the server transmit period, in seconds.

Values

1 to 3600

tunneling
Syntax

[no] tunneling

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables the tunneling of dot1x frames. With dot1x tunneling enabled, dot1x frames received on the port are transparently forwarded to the remote end of the service. To forwards dot1x frames transparently, the port on which tunneling is enabled must be configured with NULL SAP and the NULL SAP must be configured in an Epipe service. Tunneling is not supported for any other port encapsulation or when using any other service.

Additionally, dot1x protocol must be disabled on the port (using the configure>port>ethernet>dot1x>port-control force-auth command) before dot1x tunneling can be enabled using this command. If dot1x is configured to use either force-unauath or auto, then dot1x tunneling cannot be enabled. Conversely, if dot1x tunneling is enabled, then port-control force-unauth or port-control auto cannot be configured.

The no form of this command disables dot1x tunneling.

Default

no tunneling

vlan-auth
Syntax

[no] vlan-auth

Context

config>port>ethernet>dot1x

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE, 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command enables VLAN-based authentication. To use VLAN-based authentication, 802.1x authentication must first be enabled using the port-control auto command.

When VLAN-based authentication is enabled, all traffic for all VLANs on the port is blocked. VLAN-tagged EAPOL messages are forwarded to the RADIUS server for authentication. If authentication is successful, the VLAN corresponding to the successfully authenticated VLAN-tagged EAPOL message is unblocked and traffic is processed for the configured service. If authentication fails, the VLAN continues to be blocked.

VLAN authentication and MAC authentication are mutually exclusive and cannot be configured on the same port.

The no form of this command disables VLAN-based authentication.

Default

no vlan-auth

down-when-looped
Syntax

down-when-looped

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures Ethernet loop detection attributes.

keep-alive
Syntax

keep-alive timer

no keep-alive

Context

config>port>ethernet>dwl

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the time interval between keep-alive PDUs.

Default

no keep-alive

Parameters
timer

Specifies the time interval, in seconds, between keep-alive PDUs.

Values

1 to 120

retry-timeout
Syntax

retry-timeout timer

no retry-timeout

Context

config>port>ethernet>dwl

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the minimum wait time before reenabling port after loop detection.

Default

no retry-timeout

Parameters
timer

Specifies the minimum wait time, in seconds, before reenabling port after loop detection.

Values

0, 10 to 160

LLDP Ethernet port commands

lldp
Syntax

lldp

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

Commands in this context configure Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) parameters on the specified port.

tunnel-nearest-bridge-dest-mac
Syntax

[no] tunnel-nearest-bridge-dest-mac

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures tunneling for LLDP frames that use the nearest-bridge-dest-mac as destination MAC address. If enabled using the command tunnel-nearest-bridge-dest-mac, all frames received with the appropriate destination mac address are forwarded transparently to the remote end of the service. To forward these frames transparently, the port on which tunneling is enabled must be configured with NULL SAP and the NULL SAP must be configured in an Epipe service. Tunneling is not supported for any other port encapsulation or when using any other service.

Additionally, before enabling tunneling, admin status for LLDP dest-mac nearest-bridge must be set to disabled or Tx only, using the command admin-status available under configure> port>ethernet>lldp>dest-mac nearest-bridge. If admin-status for dest-mac nearest-bridge is set to receive and process nearest-bridge LLDPDUs (that is, if either rx or tx-rx is set) then it overrides the tunnel-nearest-bridge-dest-mac command.

The following table lists the behavior for LLDP with different values set in use for admin-status and when tunneling is enabled or disabled:

Table 2. LLDP behavior

Nearest-bridge mac admin status

Tunneling enabled

Tunneling disabled

Rx

Process/Peer

Process/Peer

Tx

Tunnel

Drop

Rx-Tx

Process/Peer

Process/Peer

Disabled

Tunnel

Drop

Note:

Transparent forwarding of LLDP frames can be achieved using the standard defined mechanism when using the either nearest-non-tmpr or the nearest-customer as the destination MAC address in the LLDP frames. Nokia recommends that the customers use these MAC address where possible to conform to standards. This command allows legacy LLDP implementations that do not support these additional destinations MAC addresses to tunnel LLDP frames that use the nearest-bridge destination MAC address.

The no form of this command disable LLDP tunneling for frames using nearest-bridge destination MAC address.

Default

no tunnel-nearest-bridge-dest-mac

dest-mac
Syntax

dest-mac {bridge-mac}

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures destination MAC address parameters.

Parameters
bridge-mac

Specifies destination bridge MAC type to use by LLDP.

Values

nearest-bridge — Specifies to use the nearest bridge.

nearest-non-tpmr — Specifies to use the nearest non-Two-Port MAC Relay (TPMR).

nearest-customer — Specifies to use the nearest customer.

admin-status
Syntax

admin-status {rx | tx | tx-rx | disabled}

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp>dstmac

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the desired administrative status of the local LLDP agent.

Parameters
rx

Specifies the LLDP agent will receive, but will not transmit LLDP frames on this port.

tx

Specifies that the LLDP agent will transmit LLDP frames on this port and will not store any information about the remote systems connected.

tx-rx

Specifies that the LLDP agent transmits and receives LLDP frames on this port.

disabled

Specifies that the LLDP agent does not transmit or receive LLDP frames on this port. If there is remote systems information which is received on this port and stored in other tables, before the port's admin status becomes disabled, then the information will naturally age out.

lldp-med
Syntax

lldp-med

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp>dest-mac

Platforms

7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE: standalone and standalone-VC

Description

Commands in this context configure the administrative status of the local LLDP-MED agent.

admin-status
Syntax

admin-status {tx-rx | disabled}

no admin-status

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp>dest-mac>lldp-med

Platforms

7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE: standalone and standalone-VC

Description

This command configures the administrative status of the local LLDP-MED agent.

The no form of this command disables the ability to specify the administrative status of the local LLDP-MED agent.

Default

admin-status disabled

Parameters
tx-rx

Keyword that configures the LLDP agent to transmit and receive LLDP-MED TLVs on the configured port.

disabled

Keyword to indicate that the LLDP-MED agent does not transmit or receive LLDP frames with LLDP-MED TLVs on the configured port. If no remote systems information is received on the configured port and stored in other tables before the port administrative status becomes disabled, the information ages out.

network-policy
Syntax

network-policy policy-id [policy-id...(up to 4 max)]

no network-policy

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp>dest-mac>lldp-med

Platforms

7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE: standalone and standalone-VC

Description

This command configures the network policy information that the node transmits in the Network Policy TLV.

Up to four policies can be configured, as long as the configured application-type for each policy is different. The system includes multiple Network Policy TLVs (if multiple policies are configured), with the policy for each application-type included in its own Network Policy TLV. The Network Policy TLV order in the LLDP message will match the policy order configured in the CLI. If the system cannot fit all configured Network Policy TLVs into the LLDP frame because of size constraints, a log message is generated for the last network policy that exceeds the frame size. The error notification allows the user to adjust the configuration appropriately.

The user must explicitly configure a network policy (with values assigned to the endpoint device) before the transmission and reception of LLDP-MED TLVs on the port is allowed. If a port is configured to transmit the LLDP-MED Network Policy TLV but the user has not configured a network policy, the node will not transmit the Network Policy TLV. The node processes the received Network Policy TLV and displays the TLV values in the LLDP message received from the peer provided that the LLDP-MED receiving processing and Network Policy TLV processing is enabled, regardless of whether network-policy is configured.

The no form of this command removes the association of all network policies with the port.

Default

no network-policy

Parameters
policy-id

Specifies network policy ID.

Values

1 to 65535

tx-tlvs
Syntax

tx-tlvs [network-policy] [mac-phy-config-status]

no tx-tlvs

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp>dest-mac>lldp-med

Platforms

7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE: standalone and standalone-VC

Description

This command configures the specific transmit TLV from the network connectivity TLV set to be transmitted on the port if LLDP-MED TLV transmission is enabled on the port.

The no form of this command removes the configuration.

Default

no tx-tlvs

Parameters
network-policy

Keyword to enable the transmission of the network policy TLV.

mac-phy-config-status

Keyword to enable the transmission of the MAC-PHY Configuration and Status TLV.

notification
Syntax

[no] notification

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp>dstmac

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables LLDP notifications.

The no form of this command disables LLDP notifications.

port-id-subtype
Syntax

port-id-subtype {tx-if-alias | tx-if-name | tx-local}

no port-id-subtype

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp>dest-mac

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies how to encode the PortID TLV transmit to the peer. Some versions of the NSP NFM-P require the default tx-local (ifIndex value) setting to properly build the Layer Two topology map using LLDP. Changing this setting to transmit the ifName (tx-if-name) or ifAlias (tx-if-alias), instead of the ifIndex (tx-local), may affect the ability of the NSP NFM-P to build the Layer 2 topology map using LLDP.

The no form of this command reverts to the default value.

Default

portid-subtype tx-local

Parameters
tx-if-alias

Keyword to transmit the ifAlias String (subtype 1) that describes the port as stored in the IF-MIB, either user configured or the default entry (for example, 10/100/Gig Ethernet SFP).

tx-if-name

Keyword to transmit the ifName string (subtype 5) that describes the port as stored in the IF-MIB ifName information.

tx-local

Keyword to specify the interface ifIndex value (subtype 7) as the PortID.

tx-mgmt-address
Syntax

tx-mgmt-address [system] [system-ipv6]

no tx-mgmt-address

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp>dstmac

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies which management address to transmit. The operator can choose to send the system IPv4 IP Address, system IPv6 address, or both.

Note:

The system address is sent only once. When both options are configured, both system addresses are sent. The system address must be configured for the specific version of the protocol to send the management address.

Default

no tx-mgmt-address

Parameters
system

Keyword to transmit the system IPv4 address.

system-ipv6

Keyword to transmit the system IPv6 address. This parameter can only be used on platforms that support IPv6.

tx-tlvs
Syntax

tx-tlvs [port-desc] [sys-name] [sys-desc] [sys-cap]

no tx-tlvs

Context

config>port>ethernet>lldp>dstmac

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies which LLDP TLVs to transmit.

The no form of this command reverts the value to the default.

no tx-tlvs

Parameters
port-desc

Specifies that the LLDP agent should transmit port description TLVs.

sys-name

Specifies that the LLDP agent should transmit system name TLVs.

sys-desc

Specifies that the LLDP agent should transmit system description TLVs.

sys-cap

Specifies that the LLDP agent should transmit system capabilities TLVs.

Port commands

network
Syntax

network

Context

config>port>ethernet

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

Commands in this context configure network port parameters.

uplink
Syntax

uplink

Context

config>port>access

config>port>ethernet>access>uplink

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

Commands in this context configure access uplink port parameters.

accounting-policy
Syntax

accounting-policy policy-id

no accounting-policy

Context

config>port>ethernet>network

config>port>ethernet>access>uplink

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures an accounting policy that can apply to an interface.

An accounting policy must be configured before it can be associated with an interface. If the accounting policy-id does not exist, an error is returned.

Accounting policies associated with service billing can only be applied to SAPs. Accounting policies associated with network ports can only be associated with interfaces. Only one accounting policy can be associated with an interface at a time.

The no form of this command removes the accounting policy association from the network interface, and the accounting policy reverts to the default.

Parameters
policy-id

Specifies the accounting policy-id of an existing policy. Accounting policies record either service (access) or network information. A network accounting policy can only be associated with the network port configurations. Accounting policies are configured in the config>log>accounting-policy context.

Values

1 to 99

collect-stats
Syntax

[no] collect-stats

Context

config>port>ethernet>network

config>port>ethernet>access>uplink

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables the collection of accounting and statistical data for the network interface. When applying accounting policies, the data, by default, is collected in the appropriate records and written to the designated billing file.

The no form of this command ensures that the statistics are still accumulated by the cards, however, the CPU does not obtain the results and write them to the billing file. If the collect-stats command is issued again (enabled), then the counters written to the billing file will include the traffic collected while the no collect-stats command was in effect.

Default

no collect-stats

queue-policy
Syntax

queue-policy name

no queue-policy

Context

config>port>ethernet>access>uplink

config>port>ethernet>access>network

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command associates a network queue policy with access-uplink port in access-uplink mode or a network port or hybrid port in network mode of operation.

This command specifies the existing network queue policy which defines queue parameters such as CIR and PIR rates, as well as forwarding-class to queue mappings. The network-queue policy is defined in the config>qos>network-queue context.

Parameters
name

Specifies an existing network-queue policy name.

LAG commands

lag
Syntax

[no] lag [lag-id]

Context

config

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures Link Aggregation Group (LAG) attributes.

A LAG can be used to group two or more ports into one logical link. The number of ports supported in a LAG depends on the platform. The aggregation of multiple physical links allows for load sharing and provides seamless redundancy. If one of the links fails, traffic is redistributed over the remaining links.

The no form of this command deletes the LAG from the configuration. Deleting a LAG is only allowed while the LAG is administratively shut down. Any dependencies, such as IP interface configurations, must be removed from the configuration before the no lag command can be issued.

Parameters
lag-id

Specifies the LAG identifier, expressed as a decimal integer.

Values

1 to 25 (7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Mxp)

1 to 125 (7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12)

1 to 125 (7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE)

bfd
Syntax

bfd

Context

config>lag

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command enables the context to configure BFD over the associated LAG links.

disable-soft-reset-extension
Syntax

[no] disable-soft-reset-extension

Context

config>lag>bfd

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command enables BFD over LAG links; additional parameter configuration is required to make the links operational.

BFD session timers are automatically extended during a soft-reset operation on IOMs and IMMs to prevent BFD sessions from timing out and causing protocol events. However, in some cases this behavior is not wanted because it can delay fast reroute transitions, if they are in place. The optional disable-soft-reset-extension command disables the behavior so that the BFD timers are not automatically extended.

The no form of this command disables the automatic extension of BFD timers during an IOM/IMM soft-reset.

Default

no disable-soft-reset-extension

family
Syntax

family {ipv4}

Context

config>lag>bfd

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command configures the address family for the micro-BFD session over the associated LAG links.

Default

family ipv4

Parameters
ipv4

Keyword to configure IPv4 encapsulation for the micro-BFD session.

bfd-on-distributing-only
Syntax

[no] bfd-on-distributing-only

Context

config>lag>bfd>family

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command enables restricting micro-BFD sessions to links in Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) state distributing.

The no form of this command disables restricting micro-BFD sessions.

Default

no bfd-on-distributing-only

local-ip-address
Syntax

local-ip-address ip-address

no local-ip-address

Context

config>lag>bfd>family

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command specifies the IPv4 address of the BFD source.

The no form of this command removes this address from the configuration.

Default

no local-ip-address

Parameters
ip-address

Specifies the IP address.

Values

ipv4-address:

a.b.c.d

max-admin-down-time
Syntax

max-admin-down-time [down-interval]

max-admin-down-time infinite

no max-admin-down-time

Context

config>lag>bfd>family

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command specifies the maximum interval of time the router will continue to forward traffic over a link after the micro-BFD sessions have transitioned to a down state because the router received an ADMIN-DOWN state from the far end. The timer provides the administrator the configured amount of time to disable or deprovision the micro-BFD session on the local node before forwarding is halted over the associated links.

The no form of this command removes the time interval from the configuration.

Default

max-admin-down-time 0

Parameters
down-interval

Specifies the amount of time, in seconds.

Values

1 to 3600

infinite

Keyword to specify that there is no end time to forward traffic.

max-setup-time
Syntax

max-setup-time [up-interval]

max-setup-time infinite

no max-setup-time

Context

config>lag>bfd>family

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command specifies the maximum interval of time the router will forward traffic over a link that has transitioned from standby to active state before the micro-BFD session must be fully established (up state).

The no form of this command reverts the up-interval parameter to the default, which indicates that forwarding will not start until the BFD session is established.

Default

max-setup-time infinite

Parameters
up-interval

Specifies the amount of time, in milliseconds.

Values

1 to 60000

Default

0

infinite

Keyword to specify that there is no end time to forward traffic over the link; the router will continue to forward traffic over the link infinitely after the micro-BFD session transitions to the down state.

multiplier
Syntax

multiplier [multiplier]

no multiplier

Context

config>lag>bfd>family

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command specifies the detect multiplier used for a micro-BFD session over the associated LAG links. The session is declared administratively down if a BFD control packet is not received for a period determined by the following equation:

multiplier × receive-interval

The no form of this command removes the multiplier from the configuration.

Default

multiplier 3

Parameters
multiplier

Specifies the multiplier value.

Values

3 to 20

receive-interval
Syntax

receive-interval interval

no receive-interval

Context

config>lag>bfd>family

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command specifies the receive timer used for micro-BFD sessions over the associated LAG links.

The no form of this command removes the receive timer from the configuration.

Default

receive-interval 100

Parameters
interval

Specifies the interval value, in milliseconds.

Values

10 to 100000

Default

100 for CPM3 or later, 1000 for all others

remote-ip-address
Syntax

remote-ip-address ip-address

no remote-ip-address

Context

config>lag>bfd>family

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command configures the IPv4 address of the BFD destination.

The no form of this command removes this address from the configuration.

Default

no remote-ip-address

Parameters
ip-address

Specifies the IP address.

Values

ipv4-address:

a.b.c.d

shutdown
Syntax

shutdown

no shutdown

Context

config>lag>bfd>family

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command disables micro-BFD sessions for this address family.

The no form of this command re-enables micro-BFD sessions for this address family.

Default

shutdown

transmit-interval
Syntax

transmit-interval transmit-interval

no transmit-interval

Context

config>lag>bfd>family

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone), and 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command specifies the transmit timer used for a micro-BFD session over the associated LAG links.

The no form of this command removes the transmit timer from the configuration.

Default

transmit-interval 100

Parameters
transmit-interval

Specifies the transmit interval value, in milliseconds.

Values

10 to 100000

Default

100 for CPM3 or later, 1000 for all others

dynamic-cost
Syntax

[no] dynamic-cost

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command enables OSPF costing of a Link Aggregation Group (LAG) based on the available aggregated, operational bandwidth.

The path cost is dynamically calculated based on the interface bandwidth. OSPF path cost can be changed through the interface metric or the reference bandwidth.

If dynamic cost is configured, then costing is applied based on the total number of links configured and the cost advertised is inversely proportional to the number of links available at the time. This is provided that the number of links that are up exceeds the configured LAG threshold value at which time the configured threshold action determines if, and at what cost, this LAG will be advertised.

For example:

Assume a physical link in OSPF has a cost associated with it of 100, and the LAG consists of four physical links. The cost associated with the logical link is 25. If one link fails then the cost would automatically be adjusted to 33.

If dynamic cost is not configured and OSPF autocost is configured, then costing is applied based on the total number of links configured. This cost will remain static provided the number of links that are up exceeds the configured LAG threshold value at which time the configured threshold action determines if and at what cost this LAG will be advertised.

If dynamic-cost is configured and OSPF autocost is not configured, the cost is determined by the cost configured on the OSPF metric provided the number of links available exceeds the configured LAG threshold value at which time the configured threshold action determines if this LAG will be advertised.

If neither dynamic-cost nor OSPF autocost are configured, the cost advertised is determined by the cost configured on the OSPF metric. This is provided that the number of links available exceeds the configured LAG threshold value, at which time the configured threshold action determines if this LAG will be advertised.

The no form of this command removes dynamic costing from the LAG.

Default

no dynamic-cost

encap-type
Syntax

encap-type {dot1q | null | qinq}

no encap-type

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the encapsulation method used to distinguish customer traffic on a LAG. The encapsulation type is configurable on a LAG port. The LAG port and the port member encapsulation types must match when adding a port member.

If the encapsulation type of the LAG port is changed, the encapsulation type on all the port members will also change. The encapsulation type can be changed on the LAG port only if there is no interface associated with it. If the MTU is set to a non default value, it will be reset to the default value when the encap type is changed.All traffic on the port belongs to a single service or VLAN.

The no form of this command reverts to the default.

Default

null

Parameters
dot1q

Specifies that ingress frames carry 802.1Q tags where each tag signifies a different service.

null

Specifies that ingress frames will not use any tags to delineate a service. As a result, only one service can be configured on a port with a null encapsulation type.

qinq

Specifies QinQ encapsulation for QinQ access SAPs.

hold-time
Syntax

hold-time down hold-down-time

no hold-time

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the timer, in tenths of seconds, which controls the delay between detecting that a LAG is down (all active ports are down) and reporting it to the higher levels.

A non-zero value can be configured, for example, when active/standby signaling is used in a 1:1 fashion to avoid informing higher levels during the small time interval between detecting that the LAG is down and the time needed to activate the standby link.

Default

0

Parameters
down hold-down-time

Specifies the hold-time for event reporting.

Values

0 to 2000

lacp
Syntax

lacp [mode] [administrative-key admin-key][system-id system-id] [system-priority priority]

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) mode for aggregated Ethernet interfaces only. Per the IEEE 802.3ax standard (formerly 802.3ad), the LACP provides a standardized means for exchanging information between Partner Systems on a link. This allow their Link Aggregation Control instances to reach agreement on the identity of the Link Aggregation Group to which the link belongs, move the link to that Link Aggregation Group, and enable its transmission and reception functions in an orderly manner.

Default

no lacp

Parameters
mode

Specifies the mode in which LACP will operate.

Values

passive — Starts transmitting LACP packets only after receiving packets.

active — Initiates the transmission of LACP packets.

administrative-key admin-key

Specifies an administrative key value to identify the channel group on each port configured to use LACP. This value should be configured only in exceptional cases. If it is not specified, a random key is assigned.

Values

1 to 65535

system-id

Specifies a 6 byte value expressed in the same notation as MAC address.

Values

xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx

priority

Specifies the system priority to be used for the LAG in the context of the MC-LAG.

Values

0 to 65535

lacp-xmit-interval
Syntax

[no] lacp-xmit-interval {slow | fast}

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the interval signaled to the peer and tells the peer at which rate it should transmit.

Default

fast

Parameters
slow

Specifies that packets are transmitted every 30 seconds.

fast

Specifies that packets are transmitted every second.

lacp-xmit-stdby
Syntax

[no] lacp-xmit-stdby

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables LACP message transmission on standby links.

The no form of this command disables LACP message transmission. This command should be disabled for compatibility when using active/standby groups. This forces a timeout of the standby links by the peer. Use the no form if the peer does not implement the correct behavior regarding the lacp sync bit.

Default

lacp-xmit-stdby

lag
Syntax

lag

Context

config>system

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone and standalone-VC), and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone)

Description

Commands in this context configure the system-wide LAG hashing algorithm version.

lb-hash-1-version
Syntax

lb-hash-1-version version

no lb-hash-1-version

Context

config>system>lag

Platforms

7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone and standalone-VC), and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE (standalone)

Description

This command configures the LAG load-balancing hash-1 algorithm version.

The no form of this command reverts to the default value.

Default

lb-hash-1-version v1

Parameters
version

Specifies the version of the hash-1 algorithm. The v1 and v2 options are supported only when configure>lag>load-balancing is set to hash-1. If load-balancing is set to hash-2, the system ignores the v1 or v2 configuration.

Values

v1 — Configures version 1 of the hash-1 algorithm. This version maintains backwards compatibility with earlier releases of the 7210 SAS.

v2 — Configures version 2 of the hash-1 algorithm. This version enables the use of IP address fields and L4 ports with the hash-1 algorithm, which provides better load-balancing of IP traffic in specific scenarios.

load-balancing
Syntax

load-balancing hash parameters

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document

Description

This command provides an option per LAG to select the load-balancing hash function to use. For more details about the packet header fields used when the hash function is set to one of these values, see LAG and ECMP hashing.

Note:

For non-unicast traffic, the hashing parameters are used as an input to the hash-2 algorithm regardless of the setting for this value on platforms that support use of packet fields and perform hash computation in hardware.

Default

default

Parameters
hash parameters

Specifies the load-balancing hashing options.

Values

hash-1 — Specifies that the load-balancing function uses hash-1.

hash-2 — Specifies that the load-balancing function uses hash-2.

default —Specifies that, for unicast traffic with LAG mode set to access or hybrid, the default value is hash-1; for all other traffic, the default is hash-2.

port
Syntax

port port-id [port-id...] [priority priority] [subgroup sub-group-id]

no port port-id [port-id...]

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command adds ports to a Link Aggregation Group (LAG).

Multiple ports can be added in one command as long as the limit is not exceeded. On the 7210 SAS-Mxp and 7210 SAS-T, up to four ports can be added to a LAG. On the 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone and standalone-VC) and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, up to eight ports can be added.

The port configuration of the first port added to the LAG is used as a basis to compare with subsequently added ports. If a discrepancy is found with a newly added port, that port will not added to the LAG.

All ports added to a LAG must share the same characteristics (speed, duplex mode, and so on). An error message is displayed when adding ports that do not share the same characteristics.

Note:

All ports in a LAG group must have autonegotiation disabled or set to limited mode to guarantee a specific port speed. Autonegotiation is configured using the autonegotiate command under the config>port>ethernet context.

The no form of this command removes ports from the LAG.

Parameters
port-id

Specifies the physical port ID in the slot/mda/port format.

priority priority

Specifies the port priority used by LACP. The port priority is also used to determine the primary port. The port with the lowest priority is the primary port. In the event of a tie, the lowest port ID becomes the primary port.

Values

1 to 65535

subgroup sub-group-id

Specifies the LAG subgroup identifier. When using subgroups in a LAG, they should only be configured on one side of the LAG, not both. Only having one side perform the active/standby selection will guarantee a consistent selection and fast convergence. The active/standby selection will be signaled through LACP to the other side. The hold time should be configured when using subgroups to prevent the LAG going down when switching between active and standby links in case no links are usable for a short time, especially if a subgroup consists of one member.

Values

1 to 2

port-threshold
Syntax

port-threshold value [action {dynamic-cost | down}]

no port-threshold

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the behavior for the Link Aggregation Group (LAG) if the number of operational links is equal to or below a threshold level.

The no form of this command reverts to the default values.

Default

‟0” action down

Parameters
value

Specifies the decimal integer threshold number of operational links for the LAG at or below which the configured action will be invoked. If the number of operational links exceeds the port-threshold value, any action taken for being below the threshold value will cease.

Values

0 to 3

action [{dynamic-cost | down}]

Specifies the action to take if the number of active links in the LAG is at or below the threshold value.

When the dynamic-cost action is specified, then dynamic costing will be activated. As a result the LAG will remain operationally up with a cost relative to the number of operational links. The link will only be regarded as operationally down when all links in the LAG are down.

When the down action is specified, then the LAG will be brought operationally down if the number of operational links is equal to or less than the configured threshold value. The LAG will only be regarded as up once the number of operational links exceeds the configured threshold value.

Note:

  • The down parameter is supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including those operating in access-uplink mode.

  • The dynamic-cost parameter is only supported on 7210 SAS platforms operating in network mode.

selection-criteria
Syntax

selection-criteria [{highest-count | highest-weight | best-port}] [slave-to-partner]

no selection-criteria

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies which selection criteria should be used to select the active sub-group.

Default

highest-count

Parameters
highest-count

Specifies sub-group with the highest number of eligible members.

highest-weight

Specifies sub-group with the highest aggregate weight.

best-port

Specifies the selection criteria used with power-off mode of operation. The sub-group containing the port with highest priority port. In case of equal port priorities the sub-group containing the port with the lowest port-id is taken

slave-to-partner

Specifies that, together with the selection criteria, the slave-to-partner keyword should be used to select the active sub-group. An eligible member is a lag-member link which can potentially become active. This means it is operationally up (not disabled) for use by the remote side. The slave-to-partner parameter can be used to control whether this latter condition is taken into account.

standby-signaling
Syntax

standby-signaling {lacp | power-off}

no standby-signaling

Context

config>lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies how the state of a member port is signaled to the remote side when the status corresponding to this member port has the standby value.

Default

lacp

Parameters
lacp

Specifies that LACP protocol is used to signal standby links of the LAG.

power-off

Specifies that the lasers of the standby links in the LAG are shutoff to indicate standby status. It allows user to use LAG standby link feature without LACP, if the peer node does not support LACP. This parameter is not supported on 7210 SAS platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode.

Ethernet ring commands

eth-ring
Syntax

eth-ring ring-id

no eth-ring

Context

config

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures a G.8032 protected Ethernet ring. G.8032 Rings may be configured as major rings with two paths (a&b).

The no form of this command deletes the Ethernet ring specified by the ring ID.

Default

no eth-ring

Parameters
ring-id

Specifies the ring ID.

Values

1 to 128

description
Syntax

description description-string

no description

Context

config>eth-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command adds a text description for the ring.

The no form of this command removes the text description.

Parameters
string

Specifies the text description up to 160 characters.

guard-time
Syntax

guard-time time

no guard-time

Context

config>eth-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the guard time for an Eth-Ring. The guard timer is standard and is configurable from ‟x”ms to 2 seconds

The no form of this command reverts to the default guard-time.

Default

5

Parameters
value

Specifies the guard-time in deciseconds.

Values

1 to 20

revert-time
Syntax

revert-time time

no revert-time

Context

config>eth-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the revert time for an Eth-Ring. It ranges from 60 seconds to 720 second by 1 second intervals.

The no form of this command means non-revertive mode and revert time essentially is 0 meaning the revert timers are not set.

Default

300 seconds

Parameters
value

Specifies the guard-time, in seconds.

Values

60 to 720

ccm-hold-time
Syntax

ccm-hold-time {down down-timeout | up up-timeout}

no ccm-hold-time

Context

config>eth-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures Eth-ring dampening timers.

The no form of this command sets the up and down timers to the default values.

down
Syntax

down down-timeout

Context

config>eth-ring>ccm-hold-time

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the timer, which controls the delay between detecting that ring path is down and reporting it to the G.8032 protection module. If a non-zero value is configured, the CPM will wait for the time specified in the value parameter before reporting it to the G.8032 protection module.

Note:

This parameter applies only to ring path CCM. It does NOT apply to the ring port link state. To damp ring port link state transitions, use hold-time parameter from the physical member port.

Default

0

Parameters
value

Specifies the down timeout in deciseconds.

Values

0 to 5000

up
Syntax

up up-timeout

Context

config>eth-ring>ccm-hold-time

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the timer, which controls the delay between detecting that ring path is up and reporting it to the G.8032 protection module. If a non-zero value is configured, the CPM will wait for the time specified in the value parameter before reporting it to the G.8032 protection module.

Note:

This parameter applies only to ring path CCM. It does NOT apply to the member port link state. To damp member port link state transitions, use hold-time parameter from the physical member port.

Default

20 deciseconds

Parameters
value

Specifies the hold-time, in deciseconds, for reporting the recovery.

Values

0 to 5000

rpl-node
Syntax

rpl-node <owner | nbr>

no rpl-node

Context

config>eth-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the G.8032 Ring Protection Link (RPL) type as owner or neighbor. When RPL owner or neighbor is specified either the a or b path must be configured with the RPL end command. An owner is responsible for operation of the RPL link. Configuring the RPL as neighbor is optional (can be left as no rpl-node) but if the command is used the nbr is mandatory.

The no form of this command removes the connection to the RPL link.

Default

no rpl-node

node-id
Syntax

node-id mac

no node-id

Context

config>eth-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This optional command configures the MAC address of the RPL control. The default is to use the chassis MAC for the ring control. This command allows the chassis MAC to be overridden with another MAC address.

The no form of this command removes the RPL link.

Default

no node-id

Parameters
mac

<xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx>

sub-ring
Syntax

sub-ring {virtual-link | non-virtual-link}

[no] sub-ring

Context

config>eth-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies this ring-id to be sub-ring as defined in G.8032. By declaring the ring as a sub-ring object, the ring will only have one valid path and the sub-ring will be connected to a major ring or a VPLS instance.

The virtual-link parameter declares that a sub-ring is connected to another ring and that control messages can be sent over the attached ring to the other side of the sub-ring. The non-virtual channel parameter declares that a sub-ring may be connected to a another ring or to a VPLS instance but that no control messages from the sub-ring use the attached ring or VPLS instance. The non-virtual channel behavior is standard G.8032 capability.

The no form of this command deletes the sub-ring and its virtual channel associations.

Default

no sub-ring

Parameters
virtual-link

Specifies the interconnection is to a ring and a virtual link will be used.

non-virtual-link

Specifies the interconnection is to a ring or a VPLS instance and a virtual link will not be used.

compatible-version
Syntax

compatible-version version

[no] compatible-version

Context

config>eth-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the backward compatibility logic for the Ethernet rings.

Default

2

Parameters
version

Specifies the Ethernet ring version.

Values

1 to 2

interconnect
Syntax

interconnect {ring-id ring-index | vpls}

[no] interconnect

Context

config>eth-ring>sub-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command links the G.8032 sub-ring to a ring instance or to a VPLS instance. The ring instance must be a complete ring with two paths but may be a sub-ring or a major ring (declared by its configuration on another node). When the interconnection is to another node, the sub-ring may have a virtual link or a non-virtual-link. When the sub-ring has been configured with a non-virtual link, the sub ring may be alternatively be connected to a VPLS service. This command is only valid on the interconnection node where a single sub-ring port connects to a major ring or terminates on a VPLS service.

The no form of this command removes interconnect node.

Default

no interconnect

Parameters
ring-index

Specifies the ring index of the connection ring for this sub-ring on this node.

Values

1 to 128

vpls

Specifies that the sub- ring is connected to the VPLS instance that contains the sub-ring SAP. This parameter is not supported on 7210 SAS platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode.

propagate-topology-change
Syntax

propagate-topology-change

[no] propagate-topology-change

Context

config>eth-ring>sub-ring>interconnect

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the G.8032 sub-ring to propagate topology changes. From the sub-ring to the major ring as specified in the G.8032 interconnection flush logic. This command is only valid on the sub-ring and on the interconnection node. Because this command is only valid on a Sub-ring, a virtual link or non-virtual link must be specified for this command to be configured. The command is blocked on major rings (when both path a and b are specified on a ring).

The no form of this command sets propagate to the default

Default

no propagate-topology-change

path
Syntax

path {a | b} [{port-id} raps-tag qtag[.qtag]]

[no] path {a | b}

Context

config>eth-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command assigns the ring (major or sub-ring) path to a port and defines the Ring APS tag. Rings typically have two paths, a and b.

The no form of this command removes the path a or b.

Default

no path

Parameters
path

Specifies the path.

Values

a, b

port-id

Specifies the port ID.

Values

slot/mda/port

qtag [.qtag]

Specifies the qtag. For Dot1q, only the first qtag is used. For QinQ, both qtags can be used.

Values

Dot1q: 1 to 4094

Values

QinQ: (1 to 4094).(1 to 4094)

description
Syntax

description long-description-string

no description

Context

config>eth-ring>path

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command adds a text description for the ring path.

The no form of this command removes the text description.

Default

‟”

Parameters
string

Specifies the text description up to 160 characters.

rpl-end
Syntax

rpl-end

no rpl-end

Context

config>eth-ring>path

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the G.8032 path as a Ring Protection Link (RPL) end. The ring should be declared as either a RPL owner or RPL neighbor for this command to be allowed. Only path a or path b can be declared an RPL-end.

The no form of this command reverts to default.

Default

no rpl-end

eth-cfm
Syntax

eth-cfm

Context

config>eth-ring>path

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

Commands in this context configure ETH-CFM parameters.

mep
Syntax

[no] mep mep-id domain md-index association ma-index

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command provisions an 802.1ag maintenance endpoint (MEP).

The no form of this command reverts to the default values.

Parameters
mep-id

Specifies the maintenance association (MA) end point identifier.

Values

1 to 81921

md-index

Specifies the maintenance domain (MD) index value.

Values

1 to 4294967295

ma-index

Specifies the MA index value.

Values

1 to 4294967295

ccm-enable
Syntax

[no] ccm-enable

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables the generation of CCM messages.

The no form of this command disables the generation of CCM messages.

ccm-ltm-priority
Syntax

ccm-ltm-priority priority

no ccm-ltm-priority

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the priority value for CCMs and LTMs transmitted by the MEP.

The no form of this command removes the priority value from the configuration.

Default

the highest priority on the bridge-port

Parameters
priority

Specifies the priority of CCM and LTM messages.

Values

0 to 7

control-mep
Syntax

[no] control-mep

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables the usage of the CC state by the Ethernet ring for consideration in the protection algorithm. The use of control-mep command is recommended if fast failure detection is required, especially when Link Layer OAM does not provide the required detection time.

The no form of this command disables the use of the CC state by the Ethernet ring.

Default

no control-mep

control-sap-tag
Syntax

control-sap-tag tag-range

no control-sap-tag

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

7210 SAS-T, 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone and standalone-VC), 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12

Description

To support sub-second CCM timers in hardware for G.8032 MEPs, users must reserve a VLAN tag value for exclusive use by G.8032 MEPs configured for a particular ring port (for the MEP configured under the path command). This command tells the system which VLAN tag is reserved for use with this G.8032 MEP. This value can be the same one as configured with raps-tag value. This command turns on the sub-second CCM timers for this MEP. The system checks that the configured value is not in use by any SAP (as a SAP tag) configured on the port and not in use as a control-sap-tag by any other G.8032 instance on that port. A maximum of four hardware-based control MEPs can be configured on a port.

The VLAN should be reserved for all port encapsulation type. NULL encapsulated port, dot1q encapsulated port, and QinQ encapsulated ports that need to use G.8032 MEPs with sub-second CCM timers need to reserve a VLAN for use. Every G.8032 instance configured for the port needs a VLAN value reserved for its use. Each G.8032 ring instance must use a different VLAN value, not in use currently by any other G.8032 instance on the same port.

Note:

  • Users must ensure that the VLAN value specified as control-sap-tag must not be received as the outermost VLAN tag on any of the SAPs in use on the same port. For example, if control-sap-tag is configured as 550, then any SAP (NULL, dot1q, dot1q Default SAP, Q1.Q2 SAP, Q1.* SAP) configured on the port cannot receive any CFM packet that matches the VLAN tag 550.

  • Configuration of the control-sap-tag command is interoperable with other devices. This is an internal tag used for processing CCMs in the fastpath. This tag is not sent on the wire.

The no form of this command reverts the ring port to use the raps-tag value configured for the path and use of 1-second CCM timers.

Parameters
tag-range

Specifies the tag range.

Values

512 to 768, 10 ms and 100 ms CCM timer support (7210 SAS-Mxp)

512 to 768, 100 ms CCM timer support (7210 SAS-T in network mode)

512 to 768,10 ms and 100 ms CCM timer support; control-sap-tag range must be mentioned under resource profile (7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE)

3000 to 3512, 10 ms and 100 ms CCM timer support, control-sap-tag range must be mentioned under resource profile (7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12)

eth-test-enable
Syntax

[no] eth-test-enable

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables eth-test functionality on MEP. For this test to work, operators need to configure ETH-test parameters on both sender and receiver nodes. The ETH-test then can be done using the following OAM commands:

oam eth-cfm eth-test mac-address mep mep-id domain md-index association ma-index [priority priority] [data-length data-length]

A check is done for both the provisioning and test to ensure the MEP is an Y.1731 MEP (MEP provisioned with domain format none, association format icc-based). If not, the operation fails. An error message in the CLI and SNMP will indicate the problem.

test-pattern
Syntax

test-pattern {all-zeros | all-ones} [crc-enable]

no test-pattern

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep>eth-test-enable

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command configures the test pattern for Eth-test frames.

The no form of this command removes the values from the configuration.

Default

all-zeros

Parameters
all-zeros

Specifies to use all zeros in the test pattern.

all-ones

Specifies to use all ones in the test pattern.

crc-enable

Specifies that a CRC checksum is generated.

bit-error-threshold
Syntax

bit-error-threshold bit-errors

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the lowest priority defect that is allowed to generate a fault alarm.

Default

1

Parameters
bit-errors

Specifies the lowest priority defect.

Values

0 to 11840

low-priority-defect
Syntax

low-priority-defect {allDef | macRemErrXcon | remErrXcon | errXcon | xcon | noXcon}

Context

config>eth-tunnel>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the lowest priority defect that is allowed to generate a fault alarm.

Default

remErrXcon

Parameters
allDef

Specifies that the lowest priority defects allowed to generate a fault alarm are DefRDICCM, DefMACstatus, DefRemoteCCM, DefErrorCCM, and DefXconCCM.

macRemErrXcon

Specifies that the lowest priority defects allowed to generate a fault alarm are DefMACstatus, DefRemoteCCM, DefErrorCCM, and DefXconCCM.

remErrXcon

Specifies that the lowest priority defects allowed to generate a fault alarm are DefRemoteCCM, DefErrorCCM, and DefXconCCM.

errXcon

Specifies that the lowest priority defects allowed to generate a fault alarm are DefErrorCCM and DefXconCC.

xcon

Specifies that the lowest priority defect allowed to generate a fault alarm is DefXconCCM.

noXcon

Specifies that no defects DefXcon or lower are to be reported.

mac-address
Syntax

mac-address mac-address

no mac-address

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command specifies the MAC address of the MEP.

The no form of this command reverts the MAC address of the MEP back to that of the port (if the MEP is on a SAP) or the bridge (if the MEP is on a spoke-SDP).

Parameters
mac-address

Specifies the 6-byte unicast MAC address of the MEP.

Values

xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx (Using the all zeros address is equivalent to the no form of this command).

one-way-delay-threshold
Syntax

one-way-delay-threshold seconds

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command enables one way delay threshold time limit.

Default

3 seconds

Parameters
priority

Specifies the value for the threshold, in seconds.

Values

0 to 600

shutdown
Syntax

[no] shutdown

Context

config>eth-ring>path>eth-cfm>mep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command administratively enables or disables the MEP.

The no form of this command disables or enables the MEP.

Default

shutdown

shutdown
Syntax

[no] shutdown

Context

config>eth-ring>path

config>eth-ring

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command administratively enables or disables the path.

The no form of this command disables or enables the path.

Default

shutdown

resource-profile
Syntax

resource-profile

Context

config>system

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures the system resource profile.

g8032-fast-flood-enable
Syntax

g8032-fast-flood-enable

no g8032-fast-flood-enable

Context

config>system>resource-profile

Platforms

7210 SAS-T

Description

This command enables the G.8032 fast-flood feature.When this command is executed it is stored in the configuration file after admin save is executed. A system reboot is required for this command to take effect.

Nokia recommends to enable this command to improve service failover time due to failures in the ring path. When fast flood is enabled, on a failure detection in one of the paths of the eth-ring, along with MAC flush the system starts to flood the traffic onto the available path.

If this command is present in the configuration file, on reboot the system allocates resources for G.8032, by reducing the amount of resources available for use with ACLs. When this command is used, G.8032 fast-flood needs an entire chunk with ‟512” entries; therefore, the amount of resources available for use with ACLs is reduced by ‟512”. The user needs to free up resources used by ACLs and make them available for use by G.8032, before enabling this command.The user should ensure that the resource usage of ACLs has been appropriately modified before reboot, to make way for use of this feature.User can free up resources either disabling the use of ACLs with a SAP or deleting a SAP, so that an entire chunk of 512 entries is available.

Before enabling the g8032-fast-flood-enable command the user must check if sufficient resources are available.The tools>dump>system-resources command is available to check if sufficient resources are available.The field 'Ingress Shared CAM Entries' shown in the output below of tools>dump>system-resources command, must be more than or equal to 512 (free column in the output shown below).

                           | Total | Allocated | Free
-------------------------------+-----------+-----------+------------
Ingress Shared CAM Entries | 0     | 0         | 512

If the configuration file contains a no form of this command, then the system does not allocate any resources for use by G.8032.The entire resource pool is available for use by ACLs.

The no form of this command takes effect only on reboot.

Default

no g8032-fast-flood-enable

Ethernet tunnel commands

split-horizon-group
Syntax

split-horizon-group group-name

no split-horizon-group

Context

config>lag

config>port

Platforms

7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE (standalone), 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE, 7210 SAS-T

Description

This command associates a split horizon group to which this port or LAG belongs. For LAGs, all the member ports of the LAG are added to the split horizon group. The split-horizon-group must be configured in the config context.

Configuring or removing the association of the port requires the following conditions to be satisfied.

  • There are no applications associated with the port/lag (like SAPs on the port, and so on).

  • The port or LAG should be administratively shutdown.

  • The port should not be part of a LAG.

  • To change split horizon group of a port or LAG, the old split horizon group should be first removed from the port or LAG, and then the new split horizon group can be configured.

The no form of this command removes the port or all member ports of the LAG from the split horizon group.

Parameters
group-name

Specifies the name of the split horizon group up to 32 characters. The string must be composed of printable, 7-bit ASCII characters. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on.), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

Multi-chassis redundancy commands

redundancy
Syntax

redundancy

Context

config

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

Commands in this context configure redundancy operations.

multi-chassis
Syntax

multi-chassis

Context

config>redundancy

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

Commands in this context configure multi-chassis parameters.

peer
Syntax

[no] peer ip-address create

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures the MC-LAG peer.

Note:

This command only applies for mc-lag (20), not for mc-sync (4).

Parameters
ip-address

Specifies the IP address.

Values

ipv4-address: a.b.c.d

create

Specifies to create the peer.

authentication-key
Syntax

authentication-key [authentication-key | hash-key] [hash | hash2]

no authentication-key

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures the authentication key used between this node and the multi-chassis peer. The authentication key can be any combination of letters or numbers.

Parameters
authentication-key

Specifies the authentication key. Allowed values are any string up to 20 characters composed of printable, 7-bit ASCII characters. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

hash-key

Specifies the hash key. The key can be any combination of ASCII characters up to 33 (hash1-key) or 55 (hash2-key) characters (encrypted). If spaces are used in the string, enclose the entire string in quotation marks.

hash

Specifies that the key is entered in an encrypted form. If the hash or hash2 parameter is not used, the key is assumed to be in a non-encrypted, clear text form. For security, all keys are stored in encrypted form in the configuration file with the hash or hash2 parameter specified.

hash2

Specifies that the key is entered in a more complex encrypted form that involves more variables then the key value alone, this means that the hash2 encrypted variable cannot be copied and pasted. If the hash or hash2 parameter is not used, the key is assumed to be in a non-encrypted, clear text form. For security, all keys are stored in encrypted form in the configuration file with the hash or hash2 parameter specified.

MC Endpoint commands

hold-on-neighbor-failure
Syntax

hold-on-neighbor-failure multiplier

no hold-on-neighbor-failure

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-ep

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command specifies the number of keep-alive intervals that the local node waits for packets from the MC-EP peer before assuming failure. After this time interval, all the mc-endpoints configured in the service revert to single chassis behavior, activating the best local pseudowire.

The no form of this command reverts the multiplier to the default value.

Default

3

Parameters
multiplier

Specifies the hold time applied on neighbor failure.

Values

2 to 25

MC LAG commands

mc-lag
Syntax

[no] mc-lag

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

Commands in this context configure multi-chassis LAG operations and related parameters.

The no form of this command administratively disables multi-chassis LAG. MC-LAG can be issued only when mc-lag is shutdown.

hold-on-neighbor-failure
Syntax

hold-on-neighbor-failure multiplier

no hold-on-neighbor-failure

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command specifies the standby node wait interval to receive packets from the active node before assuming a redundant-neighbor node failure. This delay in switchover operation is required to accommodate different factors influencing node failure detection rate, such as IGP convergence or HA switchover times, and to prevent the standby node from taking action prematurely.

The no form of this command reverts the multiplier to the default value.

Default

3

Parameters
multiplier

Specifies the time interval that the standby node will wait for packets from the active node before assuming a redundant-neighbor node failure.

Values

2 to 25

keep-alive-interval
Syntax

keep-alive-interval interval

no keep-alive-interval

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command sets the interval at which keep-alive messages are exchanged between two systems participating in MC-LAG. These keep-alive messages are used to determine remote-node failure and the interval is set in deci-seconds.

The no form of this command reverts the interval to the default value.

Default

10

Parameters
interval

Specifies the time interval expressed, in deciseconds.

Values

5 to 500

lag
Syntax

lag lag-id lacp-key admin-key system-id system-id [remote-lag remote-lag-id] system-priority system-priority

lag [remote-lag remote-lag-id]

no lag lag-id

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>mc-lag

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command defines a LAG that forms a redundant-pair for MC-LAG with a LAG configured on the specific peer. The same LAG group can be defined only in the scope of 1 peer. In order for MC-LAG to become operational, all configured parameters (lacp-key, system-id, system-priority) must be the same on both nodes of the same redundant pair.

In the partner system (the system connected to all links forming MC-LAG), all ports using the same lacp-key, system-id, system-priority are considered part of the same LAG. To achieve this in MC operation, both redundant-pair nodes must be configured with the same values. In case of a mismatch, MC-LAG is kept in the oper-down state.

The no form of this command disables MC-LAG for the specific LAG (regardless of the mode).

Note:

The correct CLI command to enable MC-LAG for a LAG in standby-signaling power-off mode is lag lag-id [remote-lag remote-lag-id]. In the CLI help output, the first three forms are used to enable MC-LAG for a LAG in LACP mode.

Parameters
lag-id

Specifies the LAG identifier, expressed as a decimal integer. Specifying the lag-id allows mismatch between lag-id on a redundant-pair. If no lag-id is specified, it is assumed that the neighbor system uses the same lag-id as a part of the specific MC-LAG. If no matching MC-LAG group can be found between neighbor systems, the individual LAGs will operate as usual (no MC-LAG operation is established).

Values

1 to 200

lacp-key admin-key

Specifies a 16 bit key that needs to be configured in the same manner on both sides of the MC-LAG in order for the MC-LAG to come up.

Values

1 to 65535

system-id system-id

Specifies a 6 byte value expressed in the same notation as MAC address.

Values

xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx — xx (00 to FF)

remote-lag lag-id

Specifies the LAG ID on the remote system.

Values

1 to 200

1 to 64

system-priority system-priority

Specifies the system priority to be used in the context of the MC-LAG. The partner system will consider all ports using the same lacp-key, system-id, and system-priority as part of the same LAG.

Values

1 to 65535

source-address
Syntax

source-address ip-address

no source-address

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command specifies the source address used to communicate with the multi-chassis peer.

Parameters
ip-address

Specifies the source address used to communicate with the multi-chassis peer.

peer-name
Syntax

peer-name name

no peer-name

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command specifies the peer name used to communicate with the multi-chassis peer.

Parameters
name

Specifies the name used to communicate with the multi-chassis peer.

sync
Syntax

[no] sync

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

Commands in this context configure synchronization parameters.

igmp-snooping
Syntax

[no] igmp-snooping

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>sync

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command specifies whether IGMP snooping information should be synchronized with the multi-chassis peer.

Default

no igmp-snooping

port
Syntax

port [port-id | lag-id] [sync-tag sync-tag]

no port [port-id | lag-id]

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>sync

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command specifies the port when synchronized with the multi-chassis peer and the synchronization tag to be use when synchronizing the port with the multi-chassis peer.

Parameters
port-id

Specifies the port to synchronize with the multi-chassis peer.

lag-id

Specifies the LAG ID to synchronize with the multi-chassis peer.

sync-tag sync-tag

Specifies the synchronization tag to use while synchronizing this port with the multi-chassis peer.

range
Syntax

range encap-range sync-tag sync-tag

no range encap-range

Context

config>redundancy>multi-chassis>peer>sync>port

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command configures a range of encapsulation values.

Parameters
encap-range

Specifies a range of encapsulation values on a port to be synchronized with a multi-chassis peer.

Values

Dot1Q

start-qtag-end-qtag

start-qtag

0 to 4094

end-qtag

0 to 4094

QinQ

- <qtag1>.<start-qtag2>-<qtag1>.<end-qtag2>

- <start-qtag1>.*-<end-qtag1>.*

qtag1

1 to 4094

start-qtag1

1 to 4094

end-qtag1

1 to 4094

start-qtag2

1 to 4094

end-qtag2

1 to 4094

sync-tag sync-tag

Specifies a synchronization tag, up to 32 characters, to be used when synchronizing this encapsulation value range with the multi-chassis peer.

Show commands

Hardware commands

chassis
Syntax

chassis [environment] [power-supply]

Context

show

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command displays general chassis status information.

For a virtual chassis (VC), this command displays information about the entire VC. Hardware information can be displayed for individual CPMs, IMMs, power supplies, and fans.

Default

displays all chassis information

Parameters
environment

Displays chassis environmental status information.

power-supply

Displays chassis power supply status information.

Output

The following output is an example of chassis status information, and Output fields: chassis describes the output fields.

Sample output for a 7210 SAS in standalone-VC mode
A:NS1# show chassis 
===============================================================================
Chassis Information
===============================================================================
  Name                              : NS1
  Type                              : 7210 SAS-VC
  HW Type                           : SAS-S 48F4SFP+
  Location                          : 
  Coordinates                       : 
  CLLI code                         :            
  Number of slots                   : 10
  Number of ports                   : 216
      System LED state              : Red
  Over Temperature state            : OK
  VC Stack name                     : VCmix
  Number of VC Nodes                : 6
  Number of IMM-only Nodes          : 5
  Number of CPM-IMM Nodes           : 1
  VC Chassis MAC address (active)   : ab:cd:ef:ab:cd:ef
  Number of MAC addresses (active)  : 10
  VC Chassis MAC address (config)   : ab:cd:ef:ab:cd:ef
  Number of MAC addresses (config)  : 10
  Temperature                       : 67C
  Current alarm state               : alarm active
  Fan Status                        : Ok
  Power Status                      : Failed(Slots:7)
=============================================================================== 
Table 3. Output fields: chassis

Label

Description

Name

The system name for the router.

Type

Displays the model number.

Location

The system location for the device.

Coordinates

A user-configurable string that indicates the Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates for the location of the chassis.

For example:

N 45 58 23, W 34 56 12

N37 37' 00 latitude, W122 22' 00 longitude

N36*39.246' W121*40.121'

CLLI Code

The Common Language Location Identifier (CLLI) that uniquely identifies the geographic location of places and specific functional categories of equipment unique to the telecommunications industry.

Number of slots

The number of slots in this chassis that are available for plug-in cards. The total number includes the IOM slots and the CPM slots.

Number of ports

The total number of ports currently installed in this chassis. This count does not include the Ethernet ports on the CPMs that are used for management access.

Critical LED state

The current state of the Critical LED in this chassis.

Major LED state

The current state of the Major LED in this chassis.

Minor LED state

The current state of the Minor LED in this chassis

Base MAC address

The base chassis Ethernet MAC address

Admin chassis mode

The configured chassis mode

Oper chassis mode

The current chassis mode

Part number

The CPM part number

CLEI code

The code used to identify the router

Serial number

The CPM part number

Not user modifiable

Manufacture date

The chassis manufacture date

Not user modifiable

Manufacturing string

Factory-inputted manufacturing text string

Not user modifiable

Administrative state

Up — The card is administratively up

Down — The card is administratively down

Operational state

Up — The card is operationally up

Down — The card is operationally down

Time of last boot

The date and time the most recent boot occurred

Current alarm state

Displays the alarm conditions for the specific board

Number of fan trays

The total number of fan trays installed in this chassis

Number of fans

The total number of fans installed in this chassis

Operational status

Current status of the fan tray

Fan speed

Half speed — The fans are operating at half speed

Full speed — The fans are operating at full speed

Number of power supplies

The number of power supplies installed in the chassis

Power supply number

The ID for each power supply installed in the chassis

AC power

Within range — AC voltage is within range

Out of range — AC voltage is out of range

DC power

Within range — DC voltage is within range

Out of range — DC voltage is out of range

Over temp

Within range — The current temperature is within the acceptable range

Out of range — The current temperature is above the acceptable range

Status

Up — The specified power supply is up

Down — The specified power supply is down

card
Syntax

card state

card [slot-number]

card [slot-number] [detail]

card [slot-number] active-resource-profile

card [slot-number] fabric-port-status

Context

show

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description
Note:

The card [slot-number] active-resource-profile and card [slot-number] fabric-port-status commands are supported only on the 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12.

This command displays card information.

If no command line parameters are specified, a card summary for all cards is displayed.

For a 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE or 7210 SAS-S 1/10GE configured for standalone-vc, this command shows a summary status of the nodes in the virtual chassis (VC) when no optional command parameters have been specified; see Sample output — show card: 7210 SAS virtual chassis (VC).

IMM-only nodes that are preprovisioned show as provisioned but not equipped.

When a slot number is specified along with the detail keyword, this command displays more information about a specific node in a VC; see Sample output — show card (detail): 7210 SAS virtual chassis (VC).

VC-Stack information appears only when the node chassis-role parameter is configured as standalone-vc.

Parameters
slot-number

Displays information for the specified card slot.

Values

1 to 12, A, B

detail

Displays detailed card information.

state

Displays provisioned and equipped card and MDA information.

active-resource-profile

Displays the active resource profile currently in use by the system. This keyword is supported only on the 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12.

fabric-port-status

Displays the status of the fabric port. This keyword can be used only with slot A or B. This keyword is supported only on the 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12.

Output

The following outputs are examples of card information, and the corresponding tables describe the output fields.

Sample output — show card
*A:MTU-A# show card 
===============================================================================
Card Summary
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned         Equipped            Admin      Operational       
          Card-type           Card-type           State      State             
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         iom-24g             iom-24g             up         up                
A         sfm-24g             sfm-24g             up         up/active         
===============================================================================
*A:MTU-A# 

*A:ces-A# show card 

===============================================================================
Card Summary
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned         Equipped            Admin      Operational       
          Card-type           Card-type           State      State             
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         iom-sas             iom-sas             up         up                
A         sfm-sas             sfm-sas             up         up/active         
===============================================================================
Table 4. Output fields: show card

Label

Description

Slot

Displays the slot number of the card in the chassis

Provisioned Card-type

Displays the card type that is configured for the slot

Equipped Card-type

Displays the card type that is actually populated in the slot

Admin State

Up — the card is administratively up

Down — the card is administratively down

Operational State

Up — the card is operationally up

Down — the card is operationally down

Sample output — show card: 7210 SAS-R6, IMM-SAS-R and IMM-SAS-R-b

*A:dut-b>show# card

===============================================================================
Card Summary
===============================================================================
Slot   Provisioned Type                            Admin Operational   Comments
           Equipped Type (if different)            State State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1      imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+                       up    up
2      imm-sas-b-11csfp                            up    up
3      imm-sas-b-11csfp                            up    up
4      imm-sas-b-11csfp                            up    up
5      imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+                       up    up
6      imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+                       up    up
A      cpm-sf-b-sas-R6                             up    up/active
B      cpm-sf-b-sas-R6                             up    up/standby
===============================================================================
*A:dut-b>show#
Sample output — show card: 7210 SAS virtual chassis (VC)
*A:sas-vc-dutb>show# card
=============================================================================
Card Summary
=============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned Type                         Admin Operational   Comments
              Equipped Type (if different)         State State         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         sas-s-24t-4sfpp                          up    up            CPMA-IMM
2         sas-s-24sfp-4sfpp                        up    up            CPMB-IMM
3         sas-sx-24sfp-4sfpp                       up    up            IMM-ONLY
A         sfm-sas                                  up    up/active     
B         sfm-sas                                  up    up/standby
=============================================================================
*A:sas-vc-dutb>show#
Sample output — show card (detail): 7210 SAS virtual chassis (VC)
A:NS1653T0051# show card  1  detail
=============================================================================
Card 1
=============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned Type                         Admin Operational   Comments
              Equipped Type (if different)         State State
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         sas-s-48t-4sfpp                          up    up
IOM Card Specific Data
    Clock source                  : none
    Named Pool Mode               : Disabled
    Available MDA slots           : 1
    Installed MDAs                : 1
    System Resource Profile       : 1
Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : 3HE10535AARA01
    CLEI code                     :
    Serial number                 : NS1653T0051
    Manufacture date              : 01032017
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number :
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 63C
    Temperature threshold         : 85C
    Software boot (rom) version   : X-9.0.S249 on Thu Mar 23 03:33:30 IST 2017
                                    by builder
    Software version              : TiMOS-B-0.0.private both/hops Nokia SAS-S
                                    48T4SFP+ 7210 Copyright (c) 2000-2017
                                    Nokia.
                                    All rights reserved. All use subject to
                                    applicable license agreements.
                                    Built on Tue Oct 24 16:40:11 IST 2017 by
                                    sch001 in /home/sch001/ws/GitWs/00/panos/
                                    main
    Time of last boot             : 2000/01/01 00:52:34
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : d0:99:d5:92:70:41
    Firmware revision status      : acceptable
    Last bootup reason            : hard boot
    Memory capacity               : 2,048 MB
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
VC-Stack Information                  
    VC Stack Name                 : VCpoeMix
    VC Stack Node Type            : imm-only
    VC Stack Node Slot Number     : 1
    VC Stack Node Description     : 
    VC Stack Port#1 Oper State    : Up
    VC Stack Port#2 Oper State    : Down
    Neighbor to VC Stack Port#1   : 6
    Neighbor to VC Stack Port#2   : None
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Environment Information
  Number of fans                    : 3
    Speed                           : half speed
    Status                          : up or failed (Fan #1 failed)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Power Supply Information
  Number of power supplies          : 2
  Power supply number               : 1
    Configured power supply type    : dc
    Status                          : failed
    DC power                        : out of range
  Power supply number               : 2
    Configured power supply type    : ac single
    Status                          : up
    DC power                        : within range
=============================================================================
A:NS1653T0051#
Sample output — show card: 7210 SAS in standalone VC mode
A:NS1# show card 
===============================================================================
Card Summary
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned Type                         Admin Operational   Comments
              Equipped Type (if different)         State State         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         sas-s-24sfp-4sfpp                        up    up            IMM-ONLY
2         sas-s-48sfp-4sfpp                        up    up            CPMA-IMM
3         sas-s-24t-4sfpp                          up    up            IMM-ONLY
4         sas-s-24t-4sfpp                          up    provisioned   Unknown
              (not equipped)                       
5         sas-sx-48sfp-4sfpp                       up    up            IMM-ONLY
6         sas-sx-24t-4sfpp                         up    up            IMM-ONLY
7         sas-s-24t-4sfpp                          up    up            IMM-ONLY
A         sfm-sas                                  up    up/active     
B         sfm-sas                                  up    down/standby  Unknown
              (not equipped)                       
===============================================================================
A:NS1#
Sample output — show card: 7210 SAS in standalone VC mode, power supply
A:NS1# show card 1 power-supply 
===============================================================================
Power Supply Information - Card 1
===============================================================================
Power Supply Information
  Number of power supplies          : 2
  
  Power supply number               : 1
    Configured power supply type    : ac single
    Status                          : up
    AC power                        : within range
  
  Power supply number               : 2
    Configured power supply type    : dc
    Status                          : up
    DC power                        : within range
===============================================================================
A:NS1#
Sample output — show card: 7210 SAS in standalone VC mode, environment
A:NS1# show card 2 environment 
===============================================================================
Environment Information - Card 2
===============================================================================
Environment Information
  Number of fan trays               : 1
  Number of fans                    : 2
  
  Fan tray number                   : 1
    Speed                           : half speed
    Status                          : up
===============================================================================
A:NS1#
Sample output — show card (detail): 7210 SAS in standalone VC mode
A:NS1# show card 1 detail 
===============================================================================
Card 1
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned Type                         Admin Operational   Comments
              Equipped Type (if different)         State State         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         sas-s-24sfp-4sfpp                        up    up            IMM-ONLY
IOM Card Specific Data
    Clock source                  : none
    Named Pool Mode               : Disabled
    Available MDA slots           : 1
    Installed MDAs                : 1
    System Resource Profile       : 1
Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : 3HE10000AAAA01
    CLEI code                     : INM0000ERA
    Serial number                 : NS0000A0000
    Manufacture date              : 07182017
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number :   
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 58C
    Temperature threshold         : 85C
    Software boot (rom) version   : X-10.0.R5 on Fri Jun 29 12:20:22 IST 2018
                                    by sasbuild
    CPU Control FPGA version      : 0x8
    Software version              : TiMOS-B-10.0.R5 both/hops Nokia SAS-S
                                    24F4SFP+ 7210 Copyright (c) 2000-2018
                                    Nokia.
                                    All rights reserved. All use subject to
                                    applicable license agreements.
                                    Built on Fri Jun 29 12:21:09 IST 2018 by
                                    sasbuild in /test/sasbuild/
    Time of last boot             : 2018/07/10 16:04:03
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : d0:99:d5:9c:98:41
    Firmware revision status      : acceptable
    Last bootup reason            : hard boot
    Memory capacity               : 2,048 MB
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      
VC-Stack Information
    VC Stack Name                 : VCmix
    VC Stack Node Type            : imm-only
    VC Stack Node Slot Number     : 1
    VC Stack Node Description     : 
    VC Stack Port#1 Oper State    : Up
    VC Stack Port#2 Oper State    : Up
    Neighbor to VC Stack Port#1   : 3
    Neighbor to VC Stack Port#2   : 6
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Power Supply Information
    Number of power supplies      : 2
    
    Power supply number           : 1
        Configured power supply t*: ac single
        Status                    : up
        AC power                  : within range
    
    Power supply number           : 2
        Configured power supply t*: dc
        Status                    : up
        DC power                  : within range
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Environment Information
    Number of fan trays           : 1
    Number of fans                : 2
    
    Fan tray number               : 1
        Speed                     : half speed
        Status                    : up
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.
===============================================================================
A:NS1#             


A:NS1#  show card 7 detail 
===============================================================================
Card 7
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned Type                         Admin Operational   Comments
              Equipped Type (if different)         State State         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
7         sas-s-24t-4sfpp                          up    up            IMM-ONLY
IOM Card Specific Data
    Clock source                  : none
    Named Pool Mode               : Disabled
    Available MDA slots           : 1
    Installed MDAs                : 1
    System Resource Profile       : 1
Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : 3HE10000AAAA01
    CLEI code                     : INM3A00AAA
    Serial number                 : NS1000A0000
    Manufacture date              : 06052017
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number :   
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 65C
    Temperature threshold         : 85C
    Software boot (rom) version   : X-10.0.R5 on Fri Jun 29 12:20:22 IST 2018
                                    by sasbuild
    CPU Control FPGA version      : 0x8
    Software version              : TiMOS-B-10.0.R5 both/hops Nokia SAS-S
                                    24T4SFP+ 7210 Copyright (c) 2000-2018
                                    Nokia.
                                    All rights reserved. All use subject to
                                    applicable license agreements.
                                    Built on Fri Jun 29 12:21:09 IST 2018 by
                                    sasbuild in /test/sasbuild/
    Time of last boot             : 2018/07/10 16:11:06
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : d0:99:d5:9a:64:41
    Firmware revision status      : acceptable
    Last bootup reason            : hard boot
    Memory capacity               : 2,048 MB
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      
VC-Stack Information
    VC Stack Name                 : VCmix
    VC Stack Node Type            : imm-only
    VC Stack Node Slot Number     : 7
    VC Stack Node Description     : 
    VC Stack Port#1 Oper State    : Up
    VC Stack Port#2 Oper State    : Down
    Neighbor to VC Stack Port#1   : 6
    Neighbor to VC Stack Port#2   : None
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Power Supply Information
    Number of power supplies      : 2
    
    Power supply number           : 1
        Defaulted power supply ty*: ac single
        Status                    : failed
        AC power                  : out of range
    
    Power supply number           : 2
        Defaulted power supply ty*: dc
        Status                    : up
        DC power                  : within range
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Environment Information
    Number of fan trays           : 1
    Number of fans                : 2
    
    Fan tray number               : 1
        Speed                     : half speed
        Status                    : up
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.
===============================================================================
A:NS1#
Sample output — show card: 7210 SAS-R12, IMM-SAS-R-b
*A:A6144909484>show# card

===============================================================================
Card Summary
===============================================================================
Slot   Provisioned Type                            Admin Operational   Comments
           Equipped Type (if different)            State State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
8      (not provisioned)                           up    unprovisioned
           imm-sas-b-4sfp+
A      cpm-sf-sas-R12                              up    up/active
B      cpm-sf-sas-R12                              up    up/standby
===============================================================================
*A:A6144909484>show#
Sample output — show card: 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE
*A:7210SAS>show# card

===============================================================================
Card Summary
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned Type                         Admin Operational   Comments
              Equipped Type (if different)         State State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         iom-sas                                  up    up
A         sfm-sas                                  up    up/active
===============================================================================
*A:7210SAS>show#
Sample output — show card State
*A:MTU-A# show card state 
===============================================================================
Card State
===============================================================================
Slot/  Provisioned      Equipped         Admin Operational   Num   Num Comments
Id     Type             Type             State State         Ports MDA         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1      iom-24g          iom-24g          up    up                  2           
1/1    m24-100fx-1gb-s* m24-100fx-1gb-s* up    up            24                
A      sfm-24g          sfm-24g          up    up                      Active  
===============================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.
Table 5. Output fields: card state

Label

Description

Slot/MDA

Displays the slot number of the card in the chassis

Provisioned Type

Displays the card type that is configured for the slot

Equipped Type

Displays the card type that is actually populated in the slot

Admin State

Up — the card is administratively up

Down — the card is administratively down

Operational State

Up — the card is operationally up

provisioned — there is no card in the slot but it is preconfigured

Num Ports

Displays the number of ports available on the MDA

Num MDA

Displays the number of MDAs installed

Comments

Indicates whether the SF/CPM is active or standby

Sample output — show card (detail)
*A:SAS# show card detail 
===============================================================================
Card 1
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned         Equipped            Admin      Operational       
          Card-type           Card-type           State      State             
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         iom-24g             iom-24g             up         up                


IOM Card Specific Data
    Clock source                  : none                                       
    Available MDA slots           : 2                                          
    Installed MDAs                : 1                                          

Hardware Data
    Part number                   :                                            
    CLEI code                     :                                            
    Serial number                 : MTUSN107210                                
    Manufacture date              :                                            
    Manufacturing string          :                                            
    Manufacturing deviations      :                                            
    Administrative state          : up                                         
    Operational state             : up                                         
    Temperature                   : 40C                                        
    Temperature threshold         : 50C                                        
    Software boot (rom) version   : 7                                          
    Software version              : TiMOS-B-1.1.S29 both/mpc NOKIA SAS 721*  
    Time of last boot             : 2001/06/27 11:15:07                        
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared                              
    Base MAC address              : 00:11:00:22:bc:11                          
    Memory capacity               : 1,024 MB                                   
===============================================================================
*A:SAS# 
*A:SAS# show card A detail 
===============================================================================
Card A
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned         Equipped            Admin      Operational       
          Card-type           Card-type           State      State             
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A         sfm-24g             sfm-24g             up         up/active         


BOF last modified                 : N/A                                        
Config file version               : WED JUN 27 11:12:21 2008 UTC               
Config file last modified         : 2008/06/27 11:42:06                        
Config file last saved            : N/A                                        
M/S clocking ref state            : primary                                    

Flash - cf1:
    Administrative State          : up                                         
    Operational state             : up                                         
    Serial number                 : serial-1                                   
    Firmware revision             : v1.0                                       
    Model number                  : Flash 1                                    
    Size                          : 110,984 KB                                 
    Free space                    : 103,264 KB                                 

Hardware Data
    Part number                   :                                            
    CLEI code                     :                                            
    Serial number                 : MTUSN107210                                
    Manufacture date              :                                            
    Manufacturing string          :                                            
    Manufacturing deviations      :                                            
    Administrative state          : up                                         
    Operational state             : up                                         
    Temperature                   : 40C                                        
    Temperature threshold         : 50C                                        
    Software boot (rom) version   : 7                                          
    Software version              : TiMOS-B-1.1.S29 both/mpc NOKIA SAS 721*  
    Time of last boot             : 2008/06/27 11:14:43                        
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared                              
    Base MAC address              : 00:11:00:22:bc:11                          
    Memory capacity               : 1,024 MB                                   
===============================================================================
*A:SAS# 
Sample output — show card (detail): 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12

A:NS1653C0258# show card detail
===============================================================================
Card 1
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned Type                         Admin Operational   Comments
              Equipped Type (if different)         State State         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         imm-sas-b-16tx                           up    up            
IOM Card Specific Data
    Clock source                  : none
    Named Pool Mode               : Disabled
    Available MDA slots           : 1
    Installed MDAs                : 1
    System Resource Profile       : 1
Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : 
    CLEI code                     : 
    Serial number                 : 01144600022
    Manufacture date              : 
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number : 82-0723-01
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 36C
    Temperature threshold         : 96C
    Software boot (rom) version   : X-11.0.B1-213 on Mon Feb 3 15:36:59 IST
                                    2020 by sasbuild
    CPU Control FPGA version      : 0x4
    Software version              : TiMOS-I-11.0.B1-213 iom/arc Nokia SAS-R
                                    7210 Copyright (c) 2000-2020 Nokia.
                                    All rights reserved. All use subject to
                                    applicable license agreements.
                                    Built on Mon Feb 3 15:45:58 IST 2020 by
                                    sasbuild in /home/sasbuild/11.0B1/panos/
                                    main
    Time of last boot             : 2020/02/04 14:32:56
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : e4:81:84:24:1a:1d
    Firmware revision status      : acceptable
    Last bootup reason            : hard boot
    Memory capacity               : 1,024 MB
    Port Status to CPM-A Fabric   : up
    Port Status to CPM-B Fabric   : up
Table 6. Output fields: card detail

Label

Description

Available MDA slots

Displays the number of MDA slots available on the IOM

Installed MDAs

Displays the number of MDAs installed on the IOM

Part number

Displays the IOM part number

CLEI code

Displays the Common Language Location Identifier (CLLI) code string for the router

Serial number

Displays the serial number

Not user modifiable

Manufacture date

Displays the chassis manufacture date

Not user modifiable

Manufacturing string

Displays a factory-inputted manufacturing text string

Not user modifiable

Manufacturing deviations

Displays a record of changes by manufacturing to the hardware or software, which is outside the normal revision control process

Administrative state

Up — the card is administratively up

Down — the card is administratively down

Operational state

Up — the card is operationally up

Down — the card is operationally down

Temperature

Displays the internal chassis temperature

Temperature threshold

Displays the value above which the internal temperature must rise to indicate that the temperature is critical

Software boot version

Displays the version of the boot image

Software version

Displays the software version number

Time of last boot

Displays the date and time the most recent boot occurred

Current alarm state

Displays the alarm conditions for the specific board

Base MAC address

Displays the base MAC address of the hardware component

Memory Capacity

Displays the memory capacity of the card

Sample output — show card CPM
A:NS1653C0258# show card "A" detail 
===============================================================================
Card A
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned Type                         Admin Operational   Comments
              Equipped Type (if different)         State State         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A         cpm-sf-sas-R12                           up    up/active     
BOF last modified                 : N/A
Config file version               : FRI NOV 08 15:09:44 2019 UTC
Config file last modified         : N/A
Config file last saved            : N/A
M/S clocking ref state            : primary
Flash - cf1: 
    Type                          : Flash
    Administrative State          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Serial number                 : AA00000000014324
    Firmware revision             : 1100
    Model number                  : Flash 1
    Size                          : 1,964 MB
    Free space                    : 1,493 MB
Flash - cf2: 
    Type                          : Compact Flash
    Administrative State          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Serial number                 : 000060069995A600005A
    Firmware revision             : 110301a 
    Model number                  : SFCF4096H1BO2TO-I-D1-543-ALU            
    Size                          : 3,904 MB
    Free space                    : 3,795 MB
Flash - uf1: 
    Type                          : USB
    Administrative State          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Serial number                 : 4C530300241020122174
    Firmware revision             : 1.27
    Model number                  : Cruzer Switch   
    Size                          : 7,481 MB
    Free space                    : 7,372 MB
Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : 82-0840-01
    CLEI code                     : 
    Serial number                 : 01153100011
    Manufacture date              : 09182015
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number : 
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 67C
    Temperature threshold         : 96C
    Software boot (rom) version   : X-11.0.B1-213 on Mon Feb 3 15:43:37 IST
                                    2020 by sasbuild
    CPU Control FPGA version      : 0x7
    Peripheral Control FPGA versi*: 0x3
    Software version              : TiMOS-C-11.0.B1-213 cpm/hops Nokia SAS-R
                                    7210 Copyright (c) 2000-2020 Nokia.
                                    All rights reserved. All use subject to
                                    applicable license agreements.
                                    Built on Mon Feb 3 15:46:13 IST 2020 by
                                    sasbuild in /home/sasbuild/11.0B1/panos/
                                    main
    Time of last boot             : 2020/02/04 14:29:31
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : a4:7b:2c:07:49:87
    Firmware revision status      : acceptable
    Last bootup reason            : hard boot
    Memory capacity               : 2,048 MB
    System timing oscillator type : OCXO
    Port Status to CPM-A Fabric   : up
    Port Status to CPM-B Fabric   : up
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.
===============================================================================
A:NS1653C0258# show card "B" detail 
===============================================================================
Card B
===============================================================================
Slot      Provisioned Type                         Admin Operational   Comments
              Equipped Type (if different)         State State         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B         cpm-sf-sas-R12                           up    up/standby    
BOF last modified                 : N/A
Config file version               : 
Config file last modified         : N/A
Config file last saved            : N/A
M/S clocking ref state            : secondary
Flash - cf1: 
    Type                          : Flash
    Administrative State          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Serial number                 : AA00000000014325
    Firmware revision             : 1100
    Model number                  : Flash 1
    Size                          : 1,964 MB
    Free space                    : 1,726 MB
Flash - cf2: 
    Type                          : Compact Flash
    Administrative State          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Serial number                 : 000060093464B00000FF
    Firmware revision             : 110301a 
    Model number                  : SFCF32GBH1BO4TO-I-NC-543-ALU            
    Size                          : 31,248 MB
    Free space                    : 31,137 MB
Flash - uf1: 
    Type                          : USB
    Administrative State          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Serial number                 : 4C532000070108113102
    Firmware revision             : 1.26
    Model number                  : Cruzer Blade    
    Size                          : 3,811 MB
    Free space                    : 3,772 MB
Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : 
    CLEI code                     : 
    Serial number                 : 
    Manufacture date              : 
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number : 
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 88C
    Temperature threshold         : 96C
    Software boot (rom) version   : X-11.0.B1-213 on Mon Feb 3 15:43:37 IST
                                   2020 by sasbuild
    CPU Control FPGA version      : 0x7
    Peripheral Control FPGA versi*: 0x3
    Software version              : TiMOS-C-11.0.B1-213 cpm/hops Nokia SAS-R
                                    7210 Copyright (c) 2000-2020 Nokia.
                                    All rights reserved. All use subject to
                                    applicable license agreements.
                                    Built on Mon Feb 3 15:46:13 IST 2020 by
                                    sasbuild in /home/sasbuild/11.0B1/panos/
                                    main
    Time of last boot             : 2020/02/14 16:03:57
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : a4:7b:2c:07:49:9f
    Firmware revision status      : acceptable
    Last bootup reason            : hard boot
    Memory capacity               : 2,048 MB
    System timing oscillator type : OCXO
    Port Status to CPM-A Fabric   : up
    Port Status to CPM-B Fabric   : up
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.
===============================================================================
A:NS1653C0258#
Table 7. Output fields: card CPM

Label

Description

Slot

Displays the slot of the card in the chassis

Card Provisioned

Displays the SF/CPM type that is configured for the slot

Card Equipped

Displays the SF/CPM type that is actually populated in the slot

Admin State

Up — the SF/CPM is administratively up

Down — the SF/CPM is administratively down

Operational State

Up — the SF/CPM is operationally up

Down — the SF/CPM is operationally down

BOF last modified

Displays the date and time of the most recent BOF modification

Config file version

Displays the configuration file version

Config file last modified

Displays the date and time of the most recent config file modification

Config file last modified

Displays the date and time of the most recent config file modification

Config file last saved

Displays the date and time of the most recent config file save

CPM card status

active — the card is acting as the primary (active) CPM in a redundant system

standby — the card is acting as the standby (secondary) CPM in a redundant system

Administrative state

Up — the CPM is administratively up

Down — the CPM is administratively down

Operational state

Up — the CPM is operationally up

Down — the CPM is operationally down

Serial number

Displays the compact flash part number

Not user modifiable

Firmware revision

Displays the firmware version

Not user modifiable

Model number

Displays the compact flash model number

Not user modifiable

Size

Displays the amount of space available on the compact flash card

Free space

Displays the amount of space remaining on the compact flash card

Part number

Displays the SF/CPM part number

CLEI code

Displays the code used to identify the router

Serial number

Displays the SF/CPM part number

Not user modifiable

Manufacture date

Displays the chassis manufacture date

Not user modifiable

Manufacturing string

Displays the factory-inputted manufacturing text string

Not user modifiable

Administrative state

Up — the card is administratively up

Down — the card is administratively down

Operational state

Up — the card is operationally up

Down — the card is operationally down

Time of last boot

Displays the date and time the most recent boot occurred

Current alarm state

Displays the alarm conditions for the specific board

Status

Displays the current status

Temperature

Displays the internal chassis temperature

Temperature threshold

Displays the value above which the internal temperature must rise to indicate that the temperature is critical

Software boot version

Displays the version of the boot image

Memory capacity

Displays the total amount of memory

Sample output — active resource profile
7210SAS>show# card 1 active-resource-profile

===============================================================================
Active System Resource Profile For Card : 1
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Configured System Resource Profile Policy Id : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
G8032 Control Sap Tags     : 0-0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ingress Internal CAM       : 9
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sap Ingress Qos resource   : 3 (def)    Sap  Aggregate Meter (#)   : 2 (def)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv4 Resource              : max        Mac  Resource              : max
IPv4-IPv6 Resource         : max        IPv4-Mac Resource          : max

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Net Ingress Qos resource   : 2 (def)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sap Ingress ACL resource   : 2 (def)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv4 Resource              : max        Mac  Resource              : max
IPv4-IPv6 128 bit Resource : max        IPv6 64 bit Resource       : max

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Eth CFM                    : 1 (def)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
down-mep                   : 1          up-mep                     : disable
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sap Egress QoS resource    : 1 (def)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Egress Internal CAM        : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sap Egress ACL resource    : 2 (def)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mac and IPv4 Resource      : 2          Mac-only Resource          : disable
IPv6 128 bit Resource      : disable    Mac and IPv6 64 bit Resour*: disable

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.
# indicates that the value will take effect only after reboot or clear card.
7210SAS>show#
Table 8. Output fields: card active resource profile

Label

Description

Active System Resource Profile For Card

Policy ID: The policy ID of the active system resource profile

Configured System Resource Profile Policy ID

Policy ID of the configured system resource profile. This takes affect after a reboot or reset of the card.

G8032 Control Sap Tags

Displays the Control VLANs reserved for use by G8032

Ingress Internal CAM

Resources allocated toward the Ingress internal TCAM pool

Sap Ingress Qos resource

Resources allocated toward SAP ingress classification and SAP ingress policing

SAP Aggregate Meter

Resources allocated toward SAP aggregate meter support

IPv4 Resource

Resources allocated toward SAP ingress IPv4-IPv6 classification. See the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

IPv4-IPv6 Resource

Resources allocated toward SAP ingress IPv4-IPv6 classification. See the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

Mac Resource

Resources allocated toward SAP ingress MAC classification. See the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

IPv4-Mac Resource

Resources allocated toward SAP ingress IPv4 and MAC classification. See the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

Net Ingress Qos resource

Resources allocated toward Network Ingress Qos classification (both port-based and IP -interface based). See the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Quality of Service Guide.

Sap Ingress ACL resource

Resources allocated toward ingress ACLs (both SAP and network ingress). See the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Router Configuration Guide.

IPv4-IPv6 128 bit Resource

Resources allocated toward ingress ACLs using IPv4 or IPv6 (with 128-bit IP addresses) classification. See the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Router Configuration Guide.

IPv6 64 bit Resource

Resources allocated toward ingress ACLs using IPv4 or IPv6 (with 64-bit IP addresses) classification. See the 7210 SAS-Mxp, R6, R12, S, Sx, T Router Configuration Guide.

Eth CFM

Resources allocated toward Ethernet CFM (UP MEP, Down MEP, MIPs, and so on)

down-mep

Resources allocated toward ETH-CFM Down MEP

Sap Egress QoS resource

Resources allocated toward SAP Egress queues

Egress Internal CAM

Resources allocated toward egress internal tcam pool

Sap Egress ACL resource

Resources allocated for egress ACLs (SAP and IP interface)

MAC and IPv4 Resource

Resources allocated toward egress ACLs with IPv4 or MAC criteria

Mac-only Resource

Resources allocated toward egress ACLs with MAC criteria

IPv6 128 bit Resource

Resources allocated toward egress ACLs with IPv6 (with 128-bit IP addresses) criteria

MAC and IPv6 64 bit Resource

Resources allocated toward egress ACLs with IPv6 (with 64-bit IP addresses) criteria or MAC criteria

Sample output — fabric port status
A:NS1653C0258# show card "A" fabric-port-status 
===============================================================================
Fabric Connectivity Information
===============================================================================
Slot No   Equipped Type                      Fabric Port State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         imm-sas-b-16tx                     up
2         imm-sas-b-11csfp                   up
3         imm-sas-b-11csfp                   up
4         imm-sas-b-16tx                     up
5         imm-sas-b-16tx                     up
6         imm-sas-b-4sfp+                    up
7         imm-sas-b-2sfp+                    up
8         imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+              up
9         imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+              up
10        imm-sas-b-2sfp+                    up
11        imm-sas-b-11csfp                   up
12        imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+              up
A         cpm-sf-sas-R12                     up
B         cpm-sf-sas-R12                     up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Entries found: 14
===============================================================================

A:NS1653C0258# show card "B" fabric-port-status 
===============================================================================
Fabric Connectivity Information
===============================================================================
Slot No   Equipped Type                      Fabric Port State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         imm-sas-b-16tx                     up
2         imm-sas-b-11csfp                   up
3         imm-sas-b-11csfp                   up
4         imm-sas-b-16tx                     up
5         imm-sas-b-16tx                     up
6         imm-sas-b-4sfp+                    up
7         imm-sas-b-2sfp+                    up
8         imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+              up
9         imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+              up
10        imm-sas-b-2sfp+                    up
11        imm-sas-b-11csfp                   up
12        imm-sas-b-10sfp-1sfp+              up
A         cpm-sf-sas-R12                     up
B         cpm-sf-sas-R12                     up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Entries found: 14
===============================================================================
Table 9. Output fields: card fabric port status

Label

Description

Slot No

Displays the slot number of the card in the chassis

Equipped Type

Displays the card type that is actually populated in the slot

Fabric Port State

Displays the state of the fabric port: up or down

mda
Syntax

mda [slot [/mda]] [detail]

Context

show

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document.

Description

This command displays MDA information.

Default

a summary output of all MDAs is displayed in table format

Parameters
slot

Specifies the slot number for which to display MDA information.

mda

Specifies the MDA number in the slot for which to display MDA information.

Values

1

detail

Displays detailed MDA information.

Output

The following output is an example of MDA information, and Output Fields: MDA Detailed and Output Fields: MDA describe the output fields.

Sample output —7210 SAS-T
A:SAST>show# mda detail

===============================================================================
MDA 1/1 detail
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type                            Admin     Operational
                Equipped Type (if different)            State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1     m12-sfp+10-tx+4-xfp                         up        up


MDA Specific Data
    Maximum port count            : 26
    Number of ports equipped      : 26
    Network ingress queue policy  : default
    Capabilities                  : Ethernet

Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : 3HE08117AAAA01
    CLEI code                     :
    Serial number                 : NS1310C2059
    Manufacture date              : 03252013
    Manufacturing string          : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number :
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 41C
    Temperature threshold         : 68C
        Low Temperature threshold : -20C
    Software version              : N/A
    Time of last boot             : 2015/02/16 08:20:58
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : 4c:5f:d2:7c:fa:30
    Firmware version              : N/A
===============================================================================
A:SAST>show#

Table 10. Output Fields: MDA Detailed

Label

Description

Slot

The chassis slot number

Slot

The MDA slot number

Provisioned Provisioned-type

The provisioned MDA type

Equipped Mda-type

The MDA type that is physically inserted into this slot in this chassis

Admin State

Up — The MDA is administratively up

Down — The MDA is administratively down

Operational State

Up — The MDA is operationally up

Down — The MDA is operationally down

Maximum port count

The maximum number of ports that can be equipped on the MDA card

Number of ports equipped

The number of ports that are actually equipped on the MDA

Transmit timing selected

Indicates the source for the timing used by the MDA

Sync interface timing status

Indicates whether the MDA has qualified one of the timing signals from the CPMs

Transmit timing selected

The transmit timing method which is presently selected and being

used by this MDA

Sync Interface timing status

Indicates the status of the synchronous equipment timing subsystem

Network Ingress Queue Policy

Specifies the network queue policy applied to the MDA to define the queuing structure for this object

Capabilities

Specifies the minimum size of the port that can exist on the MDA.

Part number

The hardware part number.

CLEI code

The code used to identify the MDA.

Serial number

The MDA part number

Not user modifiable

Manufacture date

The MDA manufacture date

Not user modifiable

Manufacturing string

Factory-inputted manufacturing text string

Not user modifiable

Administrative state

Up — The MDA is administratively up.

Down — The MDA is administratively down.

Operational state

Up — The MDA is operationally up.

Down — The MDA is operationally down.

Time of last boot

The date and time the most recent boot occurred.

Current alarm state

Displays the alarm conditions for the specific MDA.

Base MAC address

The base chassis Ethernet MAC address. Special purpose MAC addresses used by the system software are constructed as offsets from this base address.

Sample output — 7210 SAS-Sx/S 1/10GE 48T 4SFP+ variant
*7210SAS>show# mda detail

===============================================================================
MDA 1/1 detail
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type                            Admin     Operational
                Equipped Type (if different)            State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1     s48-t4-sfpp                                 up        up


MDA Specific Data
    Maximum port count            : 52
    Number of ports equipped      : 52
    Network ingress queue policy  : default
    Capabilities                  : Ethernet
    Fail On Error                 : Disabled
    Egress XPL error threshold    : 1000
    Egress XPL error window       : 60
    Ingress XPL error threshold   : 1000
    Ingress XPL error window      : 60

Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : 1160400046
    CLEI code                     :
    Serial number                 : 01160400046
    Manufacture date              :
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number : 82-0827-01
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 59C
    Temperature threshold         : 96C
    Software version              : N/A
    Time of last boot             : 2000/01/19 08:59:27
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : a4:7b:2c:c6:69:d5
    Firmware version              : N/A
===============================================================================
*A:hw_sass_duth>show#

Sample output — 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE
*A:NS1633T0067>show# mda

===============================================================================
MDA Summary
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type                            Admin     Operational
                Equipped Type (if different)            State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1     s64-sfpp+4-cfp                              up        up
===============================================================================
*A:NS1633T0067>show#
*A:NS1633T0067>show# mda detail

===============================================================================
MDA 1/1 detail
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type                            Admin     Operational
                Equipped Type (if different)            State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1     s64-sfpp+4-cfp                              up        up


MDA Specific Data
    Maximum port count            : 68
    Number of ports equipped      : 68
    Network ingress queue policy  : default
    Capabilities                  : Ethernet
    Fail On Error                 : Disabled
    Egress XPL error threshold    : 1000
    Egress XPL error window       : 60

Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : AABBCCDD-11
    CLEI code                     :
    Serial number                 : NS1633T0067
    Manufacture date              :
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number :
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 29C
    Temperature threshold         : 85C
    Software boot (rom) version   : (Not Specified)
    Software version              : (Not Specified)
    Time of last boot             : 2000/01/01 00:33:20
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : d0:99:d5:8f:5e:43
    Firmware version              : N/A
===============================================================================
*A:NS1633T0067>show#
Table 11. Output Fields: MDA

Label

Description

Slot

The chassis slot number

MDA

The MDA slot number

Provisioned MDA-type

The MDA type provisioned

Equipped MDA-type

The MDA type actually installed

Admin State

Up — Administratively up

Down — Administratively down

Ops State

Up — Operationally up

Down — Operationally down

Sample output — 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12
A:dut-a>show# mda detail

===============================================================================
MDA 1/1 detail
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type                            Admin     Operational
                Equipped Type (if different)            State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1     imm-sas-10sfp+1xfp                          up        up


MDA Specific Data
    Maximum port count            : 11
    Number of ports equipped      : 11
    Network ingress queue policy  : default
    Capabilities                  : Ethernet

Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : 3HE05029AA
    CLEI code                     : Sim CLEI
    Serial number                 : mda-1
    Manufacture date              : 01012003
    Manufacturing string          : Sim MfgString mda-1
    Manufacturing deviations      : Sim MfgDeviation mda-1
    Manufacturing assembly number : 01-2345-67
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : -128C
    Temperature threshold         : 74C
    Software version              : N/A
    Time of last boot             : 2015/01/30 07:37:12
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : 20:89:01:01:00:01
    Firmware version              : N/A

===============================================================================
MDA 2/1 detail
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type                            Admin     Operational
                Equipped Type (if different)            State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2     1     imm-sas-10sfp+1xfp                          up        up


MDA Specific Data
    Maximum port count            : 11
    Number of ports equipped      : 11
    Network ingress queue policy  : default
    Capabilities                  : Ethernet

Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : N/A
    Part number                   : 3HE05029AA
    CLEI code                     : Sim CLEI
    Serial number                 : mda-1
    Manufacture date              : 01012003
    Manufacturing string          : Sim MfgString mda-1
    Manufacturing deviations      : Sim MfgDeviation mda-1
    Manufacturing assembly number : 01-2345-67
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : -128C
    Temperature threshold         : 74C
    Software version              : N/A
    Time of last boot             : 2015/01/30 07:37:12
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : 20:8a:02:01:00:01
    Firmware version              : N/A
===============================================================================
A:dut-a>show#
pools
Syntax

pools mda-id [/port] [access-app pool-name]

pools mda-id [/port] [network-app pool-name]

Context

show

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command displays pool information.

Parameters
mda-id[/port]

Displays the pool information of the specified MDA.

access-app pool-name

Displays the pool information of the specified QoS policy.

Values

access-ingress, access-egress

network-app pool-name

Displays the pool information of the specified QoS policy.

Values

network-egress

Output

The following output is an example of pool information, and Output fields: pool describes the output fields.

Sample output — 7210 SAS-Mxp
A:Dut-A# show pools 1/1/1 network-egress

===============================================================================
Pool Information
===============================================================================
Port                 : 1/1/1
Application          : System

MMU Configured CBS   : 28728 KB


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ID                         FC-MAPS/      CBS (B)     Depth  A.CIR     A.PIR
                           Queue         MBS (B)            O.CIR     O.PIR
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sap Egress Queues:

No Match Found
Network/Access Queues:

1/1/1                           be       131328    0        0         1000000
                                         262656             0         1000448
1/1/1                           l2       131328    0        100000    1000000
                                         262656             100032    1000448
1/1/1                           af       131328    0        100000    1000000
                                         262656             100032    1000448
1/1/1                           l1       131328    0        100000    1000000
                                         262656             100032    1000448
1/1/1                           h2       131328    0        200000    1000000
                                         262656             200064    1000448
1/1/1                           ef       131328    0        200000    1000000
                                         262656             200064    1000448
1/1/1                           h1       131328    0        50000     1000000
                                         262656             50016     1000448
1/1/1                           nc       131328    0        50000     1000000
                                         262656             50016     1000448
=======================================================================

Sample output — 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6 and 7210 SAS-R12
*A:7210SAS>show# pools 1/1/1 access-egress
===============================================================================
Pool Information
===============================================================================
Port                 : 1/1/1
Application          : System

MMU Configured CBS   : 20382 KB


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ID                         FC-MAPS/      CBS (B)     Depth  A.CIR     A.PIR
                           Queue         MBS (B)            O.CIR     O.PIR
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sap Egress Queues:

No Match Found
Network/Access Queues:

1/1/1                           be       131328    0        0         1000000
                                         131328             0         1000448
1/1/1                           l2       131328    0        100000    1000000
                                         131328             100032    1000448
1/1/1                           af       131328    0        100000    1000000
                                         131328             100032    1000448
1/1/1                           l1       131328    0        100000    1000000
                                         131328             100032    1000448
1/1/1                           h2       131328    0        200000    1000000
                                         131328             200064    1000448
1/1/1                           ef       131328    0        200000    1000000
                                         131328             200064    1000448
1/1/1                           h1       131328    0        50000     1000000
                                         131328             50016     1000448
1/1/1                           nc       131328    0        50000     1000000
                                         131328             50016     1000448
===============================================================================
*A:7210SAS>show#

Table 12. Output fields: pool

Label

Description

Type

Specifies the pool type

ID

Specifies the card/mda or card/MDA/port designation

Application/Type

Specifies the nature of usage the pool would be used for. The pools could be used for access or network traffic at either ingress or egress

Pool Name

Specifies the name of the pool being used

Resv CBS

Specifies the percentage of pool size reserved for CBS

Utilization

Specifies the type of the slope policy

State

The administrative status of the port

Start-AvgThreshold

Specifies the percentage of the buffer used after which the drop probability starts to rise above 0

Max-Avg

Specifies the percentage of the buffer used after which the drop probability is 100 percent. This implies that all packets beyond this point will be dropped

Time Avg Factor

Specifies the time average factor the weighting between the previous shared buffer average utilization result and the new shared buffer utilization in determining the new shared buffer average utilization

Actual ResvCBS

Specifies the actual percentage of pool size reserved for CBS

Admin ResvCBS

Specifies the percentage of pool size reserved for CBS

PoolSize

Specifies the size in percentage of buffer space. The value '-1' implies that the pool size should be computed as per fair weighting between all other pools.

Pool Total

Displays the total pool size

Pool Shared

Displays the amount of the pool which is shared.

Pool Resv

Specifies the percentage of reserved pool size.

Pool Total In Use

Displays the total amount of the pool which is in use.

Pool Shared In Use

Displays the amount of the shared pools that is in use.

MMU Configured CBS

Displays the total amount of CBS buffers configured on the IMM across all the queues on the IMM.

Port Show commands

port
Syntax

port port-id [detail]

port port-id description

port port-id associations

port port-id ethernet [efm-oam | detail]

port port-id optical

port port-id acr [detail]

port port-id dot1x [detail]

port port-id ptp-hw-timestamp

port port-id vport [vport-name] associations

port [A1] [detail] [statistics] [description]

Context

show

Platforms

Supported on all 7210 SAS platforms as described in this document, including platforms configured in the access-uplink operating mode

Description

This command displays port information.

Default

the command port displays summary information for all ports on provisioned MDAs

Parameters
port-id

Specifies the physical port ID in the form slot/mda/port.

Values

slot: 1

mda: 1

port: 1 to 24, 28, 52, or 68 (depending on the platform)

associations

Displays a list of current router interfaces to which the port is associated.

description

Displays port description strings.

dot1x

Displays information.about 802.1x status and statistics.

ethernet

Displays Ethernet port information.

efm-oam — Displays EFM OAM information.

detail — Displays detailed information about the Ethernet port.

A1 — Displays the out-of-band Ethernet port information.

optical

Displays optical port DDM information retrieved from the cache, which is updated periodically only for ports that are operationally up or operationally down because of loss of Rx signal.

ptp-hw-timestamp

Specifies that the 7210 SAS-Mxp, 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, 7210 SAS-Sx 1/10GE, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE will display the current status of Precision Time Protocol (PTP) port-based hardware timestamping per port in a tabular format, similar to the show port statistics command.

Output

The following outputs are example of port information. The associated tables describe the output fields.

Sample output — general port output fields
*A:ALU-211# show port 1/1/2
===============================================================================
Ethernet Interface
===============================================================================
Description        : 10/100 Ethernet TX
Interface          : 1/1/2                      Oper Speed       : 100 mbps
Link-level         : Ethernet                   Config Speed     : 100 mbps
Admin State        : up                         Oper Duplex      : full
Oper State         : up - Active in LAG 10      Config Duplex    : full
Physical Link      : Yes                        MTU              : 1514
Single Fiber Mode  : No                                          : Internal
IfIndex            : 35717120                   Hold time up     : 0 seconds
Last State Change  : 12/16/2008 19:31:40        Hold time down   : 0 seconds
Last Cleared Time  : 12/16/2008 19:31:48
IP MTU             : 1000
===============================================================================
*A:ALU-211#


*A:ALU-211# show port 1/1/2
===============================================================================
Ethernet Interface
===============================================================================
Description        : 10/100 Ethernet TX
Interface          : 1/1/2                      Oper Speed       : 100 mbps
Link-level         : Ethernet                   Config Speed     : 100 mbps
Admin State        : up                         Oper Duplex      : full
Oper State         : down - Standby in LAG 10   Config Duplex    : full
Physical Link      : Yes                        MTU              : 1514
Single Fiber Mode  : No                                          : None
IfIndex            : 35717120                   Hold time up     : 0 seconds
Last State Change  : 12/16/2008 18:28:52        Hold time down   : 0 seconds
Last Cleared Time  : 12/16/2008 18:28:51
IP MTU             : 1000
===============================================================================
*A:ALU-211#


A:SASR-12-A-Ring># show port 1/1/1 
===============================================================================
Ethernet Interface
===============================================================================
Description        : 10/100/Gig Ethernet SFP
Interface          : 1/1/1                      Oper Speed       : 1 Gbps
Link-level         : Ethernet                   Config Speed     : 1 Gbps
Admin State        : up                         Oper Duplex      : full
Oper State         : up                         Config Duplex    : full
Physical Link      : Yes                        MTU              : 9212
Single Fiber Mode  : No                         LoopBack Mode    : None
IfIndex            : 35684352                   Hold time up     : 0 seconds
Last State Change  : 12/04/2017 16:06:54        Hold time down   : 0 seconds
Last Cleared Time  : N/A                        DDM Events       : Enabled
Phys State Chng Cnt: 3                          
Ptp timestamp      : enabled
Configured Mode    : network                    Encap Type       : null


*A:7210SAS>show# port

==============================================================================
Ports on Slot 1
==============================================================================
Port        Admin Link Port    Cfg  Oper LAG/ Port Port Port   SFP/XFP/
Id          State      State   MTU  MTU  Bndl Mode Encp Type   MDIMDX
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/1       Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/2       Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme   GIGE-SX
1/1/3       Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/4       Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/5       Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme   GIGE-T
1/1/6       Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/7       Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/8       Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/9       Up    Yes  Up      1522 1522    - accs qinq xcme   MDI GIGE-T
1/1/10      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/11      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/12      Up    Yes  Up      9212 9212    - accs null xcme   MDI GIGE-SX
1/1/13      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/14      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/15      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/16      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/17      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme   GIGE-SX
1/1/18      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme   GIGE-LX  10KM
1/1/19      Up    Yes  Up      9212 9212    - accs null xcme   None(loopback)
1/1/20      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/21      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/22      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/23      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme   GIGE-LX  10KM
1/1/24      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xcme
1/1/25      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xgige
1/1/26      Down  No   Down    9212 9212    - netw null xgige

==============================================================================
Ports on Slot A
==============================================================================
Port        Admin Link Port    Cfg  Oper LAG/ Port Port Port   SFP/XFP/
Id          State      State   MTU  MTU  Bndl Mode Encp Type   MDIMDX
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A/1         Up    Yes  Up      1514 1514    - netw null faste  MDI
==============================================================================
*A:7210SAS>show#
Table 13. Output fields: port

Label

Description

Port ID

The port ID configured or displayed in the slot/mda/port format

Admin State

Up — The administrative state is up

Down — The administrative state is down

Phy Link

Yes — A physical link is present

No — A physical link is not present

Port State

Up — The port is physically present and has physical link present

Down — The port is physically present but does not have a link.

Ghost — A port that is not physically present

None — The port is in its initial creation state or about to be deleted

Link Up — A port that is physically present and has physical link present

Link Down — A port that is physically present but does not have a link

Cfg MTU

The configured MTU

Oper MTU

The negotiated size of the largest packet which can be sent on the port specified in octets

LAG ID

The LAG or multi-link trunk (MLT) that the port is assigned to

Port Mode

network — The port is configured for transport network use

access — The port is configured for service access

Port Encap

Null — Ingress frames will not use tags or labels to delineate a service

dot1q — Ingress frames carry 802.1Q tags where each tag signifies a different service

QinQ — Encapsulation type specified for QinQ Access SAPs

Port Type

The type of port or optics installed

SFP/MDI MDX

GIGE — Indicates the GigE SFP type

FASTE — Indicates the FastE SFP type

MDI — Indicates that the Ethernet interface is of type MDI (Media Dependent Interface)

MDX — Indicates that the Ethernet interface is of type MDX (Media Dependent Interface with crossovers)

IP MTU

Displays the configured IP MTU value

Sample output — specific port output

The following table describes port output fields for a specific port.

Table 14. Output fields: specific port

Label

Description

Description

A text description of the port

Interface

The port ID displayed in the slot/mda/port format

Speed

The speed of the interface

Link-level

Ethernet — The port is configured as Ethernet

MTU

The size of the largest packet which can be sent/received on the Ethernet physical interface, specified in octets

LoopBack Mode

Indicates if the port is in use by loopback mac-swap application. If 'None' is displayed, the port is not enabled for loopback testing. If 'Internal' is displayed, the port is in use by port loopback mac-swap application and no services can be configured on this port.

Admin State

Up — The port is administratively up

Down — The port is administratively down

Oper State

Up — The port is operationally up

Down— The port is operationally down

Additionally, the lag-id of the LAG it belongs to in addition to the status of the LAG member (active or standby) is specified.

Duplex

Full — The link is set to full duplex mode

Half — The link is set to full duplex mode

Hold time up

The link up dampening time, in seconds. The port link dampening timer value which reduces the number of link transitions reported to upper layer protocols.

Hold time down

The link down dampening time, in seconds. The down timer controls the dampening timer for link down transitions.

Physical Link

Yes — A physical link is present

No — A physical link is not present

IfIndex

Displays the interface's index number which reflects its initialization sequence

Last State chg

Displays the system time moment that the peer is up

Configured Mode

network — The port is configured for transport network use

access — The port is configured for service access

Dot1Q Ethertype

Indicates the Ethertype expected when the port's encapsulation type is Dot1Q

QinQ Ethertype

Indicates the Ethertype expected when the port's encapsulation type is QinQ

Net. Egr. Queue Pol

Specifies the network egress queue policy or that the default policy is used

Access Egr. Qos

Specifies the access egress policy or that the default policy 1 is in use

Egr. Sched. Pol

Specifies the port scheduler policy or that the default policy default is in use

Encap Type

Null — Ingress frames will not use any tags or labels to delineate a service

dot1q — Ingress frames carry 802.1Q tags where each tag signifies a different service

QinQ — Encapsulation type specified for QinQ Access SAPs

Active Alarms

The number of alarms outstanding on this port

Auto-negotiate

True — The link attempts to automatically negotiate the link speed and duplex parameters.

False — The duplex and speed values are used for the link

Alarm State

The current alarm state of the port

Collect Stats

Enabled — The collection of accounting and statistical data for the network Ethernet port is enabled

When applying accounting policies the data, by default, will be collected in the appropriate records and written to the designated billing file

Disabled — Collection is disabled. Statistics are still accumulated by the IOM cards, however, the CPU will not obtain the results and write them to the billing file

OTU

OTU encapsulation status

Configured Address

The base chassis Ethernet MAC address

Hardware Address

The interface's hardware or system assigned MAC address at its protocol sublayer

Transceiver Type

Type of the transceiver

Model Number

The model number of the transceiver

Transceiver Code

The code for the transmission media

Laser Wavelength

The light wavelength transmitted by the transceiver's laser

Connector Code

The vendor organizationally unique identifier field (OUI) contains the IEEE company identifier for the vendor

Diag Capable

Indicates if the transceiver is capable of doing diagnostics

Vendor OUI

The vendor-specific identifier field (OUI) contains the IEEE company identifier for the vendor

Manufacture date

The manufacturing date of the hardware component in the mmddyyyy ASCII format

Media

The media supported for the SFP

Serial Number

The vendor serial number of the hardware component

Part Number

The vendor part number contains ASCII characters, defining the vendor part number or product name

Input/Output

When the collection of accounting and statistical data is enabled, then octet, packet, and error statistics are displayed

Description

A text description of the port

Interface

The port ID displayed in the slot/mda/port format

Speed

The speed of the interface

Link-level

Ethernet — The port is configured as Ethernet

SONET — The port is configured as SONET-SDH

MTU

The size of the largest packet which can be sent/received on the Ethernet physical interface, specified in octets

Admin State

Up — The port is administratively up

Down — The port is administratively down

Oper State

Up — The port is operationally up

Down — The port is operationally down

Duplex

Full — The link is set to full duplex mode

Half — The link is set to half duplex mode

Hold time up

The link up dampening time, in seconds

The port link dampening timer value which reduces the number of link transitions reported to upper layer protocols.

Hold time down

The link down dampening time, in seconds

The down timer controls the dampening timer for link down transitions.

IfIndex

Displays the interface's index number which reflects its initialization sequence

Phy Link

Yes — A physical link is present

No — A physical link is not present

Ptp timestamp

The status of the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) timestamp; applicable to 7210 SAS-R6, 7210 SAS-R12, and 7210 SAS-Sx 10/100GE only.

enabled — PTP port-based timestamping is enabled

disabled — PTP port-based timestamping is disabled

Configured Mode

network — The port is configured for transport network use

access — The port is configured for service access

Network Qos Pol

The network QoS policy ID applied to the port

Encap Type

Null — Ingress frames will not use any tags or labels to delineate a service.

dot1q — Ingress frames carry 802.1Q tags where each tag signifies a different service

QinQ — Encapsulation type specified for QinQ Access SAPs.

Active Alarms

The number of alarms outstanding on this port

Auto-negotiate

True — The link attempts to automatically negotiate the link speed and duplex parameters.

False — The duplex and speed values are used for the link

Alarm State

The current alarm state of the port

Collect Stats

Enabled — The collection of accounting and statistical data for the network Ethernet port is enabled. When applying accounting policies the data by default will be collected in the appropriate records and written to the designated billing file.

Disabled — Collection is disabled. Statistics are still accumulated by the IOM cards, however, the CPU will not obtain the results and write them to the billing file

Down-When-Looped

Shows whether the feature is enabled or disabled

Down On Int. Error

Indicates if down-on-internal-error is enabled or not

CRC Mon SD Thresh

Indicates if signal-degrade threshold is configured or not

CRC Mon SF Thresh

Indicates if signal-fail threshold is configured or not

CRC Mon Window

Displays the value of window size used for CRC error monitoring when the signal-degrade or signal-fail thresholds are configured

Egress Buf (Acc)

The access-buffer policy for the egress buffer

Egress Buf (Net)

The network-buffer policy for the egress buffer

Ingress Buf (Acc)

The access-buffer policy for the ingress buffer

Ingress Pool Size

The amount of ingress buffer space, expressed as a percentage of the available buffer space, that will be allocated to the port for ingress buffering.

Configured Address

The base chassis Ethernet MAC address

Hardware Address

The interface's hardware or system assigned MAC address at its protocol sublayer

Errors Input/Output

For packet-oriented interfaces, the number of inbound packets that contained errors preventing them from being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol. For character-oriented or fixed-length interfaces, the number of inbound transmission units that contained errors preventing them from being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol.

For packet-oriented interfaces, the number of outbound packets that could not be transmitted because of errors. For character-oriented or fixed-length interfaces, the number of outbound transmission units that could not be transmitted because of errors.

Unicast Packets Input/Output

The number of packets, delivered by this sublayer to a higher (sub)layer, which were not addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at this sublayer. The total number of packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted, and which were not addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at this sublayer, including those that were discarded or not sent.

Multicast Packets Input/Output

The number of packets, delivered by this sublayer to a higher (sub)layer, which were addressed to a multicast address at this sublayer. For a MAC layer protocol, this includes both group and functional addresses. The total number of packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted, and which were addressed to a multicast address at this sublayer, including those that were discarded or not sent. For a MAC layer protocol, this includes both Group and Functional addresses.

Broadcast Packets Input/Output

The number of packets, delivered by this sublayer to a higher (sub)layer, which were addressed to a broadcast address at this sublayer.

The total number of packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted, and which were addressed to a multicast address at this sublayer, including those that were discarded or not sent.

For a MAC layer protocol, this includes both Group and Functional addresses.

Discards Input/Output

The number of inbound packets chosen to be discarded to possibly free up buffer space

Unknown Proto Discards Input/Output

For packet-oriented interfaces, the number of packets received through the interface which were discarded because of an unknown or unsupported protocol. For character-oriented or fixed-length interfaces that support protocol multiplexing the number of transmission units received via the interface which were discarded because of an unknown or unsupported protocol. For any interface that does not support protocol multiplexing, this counter will always be 0.

Errors

This field displays the number of cells discarded because of uncorrectable HEC errors

Errors do not show up in the raw cell counts

Sync. Status Msg

Whether synchronization status messages are enabled or disabled

Tx DUS/DNU

Whether the QL value is forcibly set to QL-DUS/QL-DNU

Rx Quality Level

Indicates which QL value has been received from the interface

Tx Quality Level

Indicates which QL value is being transmitted out of the interface

SSM Code Type

Indicates the SSM code type in use on the port

Sample output — detailed port output

The following table describes detailed port output fields.

Table 15. Output fields: detailed port

Label

Description

Description

A text description of the port

Interface

The port ID displayed in the slot/mda/port format

Speed

The speed of the interface

Link-level

Ethernet — The port is configured as Ethernet

MTU

The size of the largest packet which can be sent/received on the Ethernet physical interface, specified in octets

Admin State

Up — The port is administratively up

Down — The port is administratively down

Oper State

Up — The port is operationally up

Down — The port is operationally down

Duplex

Full — The link is set to full duplex mode

Half — The link is set to half duplex mode

Hold time up

The link up dampening time, in seconds. The port link dampening timer value which reduces the number of link transitions reported to upper layer protocols

Hold time down

The link down dampening time, in seconds. The down timer controls the dampening timer for link down transitions

IfIndex

Displays the interface's index number which reflects its initialization sequence

Phy Link

Yes — A physical link is present

No — A physical link is not present

Configured Mode

network — The port is configured for transport network use

access — The port is configured for service access

Network Qos Pol

The QoS policy ID applied to the port

Table-based

Indicates whether the table-based resource allocation is enabled or disabled

DSCP Class Pol Id

The policy ID for the DSCP classification policy associated with the Ethernet interface used to classify IP packets

Untagged-Fc

The default forwarding class assigned to untagged non-IP packets that do not meet any match criteria for the DSCP classification policy

Access Egr. Qos

Specifies the access egress policy or that the default policy 1 is in use

Egr. Sched. Pol

Specifies the port scheduler policy or that the default policy default is in use

Encap Type

Null — Ingress frames will not use any tags or labels to delineate a service

dot1q — Ingress frames carry 802.1Q tags where each tag signifies a different service

Active Alarms

The number of alarms outstanding on this port

Auto-negotiate

True — The link attempts to automatically negotiate the link speed and duplex pa