port commands

configure 
port string 
access 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
egress 
pool string 
amber-alarm-threshold number
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
red-alarm-threshold number
resv-cbs 
amber-alarm-action 
max number
step number
cbs (number | keyword)
slope-policy reference
ingress 
pool string 
amber-alarm-threshold number
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
red-alarm-threshold number
resv-cbs 
amber-alarm-action 
max number
step number
cbs (number | keyword)
slope-policy reference
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
connector 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
breakout keyword
rs-fec-mode keyword
ddm-events boolean
description string
dist-cpu-protection 
policy reference
dwdm 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
coherent 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
compatibility keyword
cpr-window-size number
dispersion number
mode keyword
report-alarm 
hosttx boolean
mod boolean
modflt boolean
netrx boolean
nettx boolean
rx-los-reaction keyword
rx-los-thresh decimal-number
sweep 
end number
start number
target-power decimal-number
frequency number
ethernet 
access 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
bandwidth number
booking-factor number
egress 
queue-group reference instance-id number 
accounting-policy reference
aggregate-rate 
limit-unused-bandwidth boolean
queue-frame-based-accounting boolean
rate (number | keyword)
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
collect-stats boolean
description string
host-match 
int-dest-id string 
hs-turbo boolean
queue-overrides 
queue reference 
adaptation-rule 
cir keyword
pir keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
burst-limit (number | keyword)
cbs (number | keyword)
drop-tail 
low 
percent-reduction-from-mbs (number | keyword)
mbs (number | keyword)
monitor-queue-depth 
fast-polling boolean
violation-threshold decimal-number
parent 
cir-weight number
weight number
percent-rate 
cir decimal-number
pir decimal-number
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
scheduler-policy 
overrides 
scheduler string 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
parent 
cir-weight number
weight number
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
policy-name reference
virtual-port string 
aggregate-rate 
limit-unused-bandwidth boolean
rate (number | keyword)
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
description string
host-match 
int-dest-id string 
hw-agg-shaper-scheduler-policy reference
lag-per-link-hash 
class number
weight number
monitor-hw-agg-shaper-scheduler boolean
monitor-port-scheduler boolean
multicast-hqos-adjustment boolean
port-scheduler-policy reference
scheduler-policy 
policy-name reference
ingress 
queue-group reference 
accounting-policy reference
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
collect-stats boolean
description string
queue-overrides 
queue reference 
adaptation-rule 
cir keyword
pir keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
cbs (number | keyword)
drop-tail 
low 
percent-reduction-from-mbs (number | keyword)
mbs (number | keyword)
monitor-queue-depth 
fast-polling boolean
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
scheduler-policy 
overrides 
scheduler string 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
parent 
cir-weight number
weight number
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
policy-name reference
accounting-policy reference
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
autonegotiate keyword
collect-stats boolean
crc-monitor 
signal-degrade 
multiplier number
threshold number
signal-failure 
multiplier number
threshold number
window-size number
dampening 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
half-life number
max-suppress-time number
reuse-threshold number
suppress-threshold number
discard-rx-pause-frames boolean
dot1q-etype string
dot1x 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
macsec 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
exclude-mac-policy reference
exclude-protocol 
cdp boolean
eapol-start boolean
efm-oam boolean
eth-cfm boolean
lacp boolean
lldp boolean
ptp boolean
ubfd boolean
rx-must-be-encrypted boolean
sub-port number 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
ca-name reference
eapol-destination-address string
encap-match 
all-match boolean
double-tag string
single-tag string
untagged boolean
max-peers number
max-authentication-requests number
per-host-authentication 
admin-state keyword
allowed-source-macs 
mac-address string 
authenticator-init boolean
port-control keyword
quiet-period number
radius-policy reference
radius-server-policy reference
radius-server-policy-acct reference
radius-server-policy-auth reference
re-authentication 
period number
server-timeout number
supplicant-timeout number
transmit-period number
tunnel-dot1q boolean
tunnel-qinq boolean
tunneling boolean
down-on-internal-error 
tx-laser keyword
down-when-looped 
admin-state keyword
keep-alive number
retry-timeout number
use-broadcast-address boolean
duplex keyword
efm-oam 
accept-remote-loopback boolean
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
discovery 
advertise-capabilities 
link-monitoring boolean
dying-gasp-tx-on-reset boolean
grace-tx boolean
grace-vendor-oui string
hold-time number
ignore-efm-state boolean
link-monitoring 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
errored-frame 
admin-state keyword
event-notification boolean
sd-threshold number
sf-threshold number
window number
errored-frame-period 
admin-state keyword
event-notification boolean
sd-threshold number
sf-threshold number
window number
errored-frame-seconds 
admin-state keyword
event-notification boolean
sd-threshold number
sf-threshold number
window number
errored-symbols 
admin-state keyword
event-notification boolean
sd-threshold number
sf-threshold number
window number
local-sf-action 
event-notification-burst number
info-notification 
critical-event boolean
dying-gasp boolean
local-port-action keyword
mode keyword
multiplier number
peer-rdi-rx 
critical-event keyword
dying-gasp keyword
event-notification keyword
link-fault keyword
transmit-interval number
trigger-fault keyword
tunneling boolean
egress 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
eth-bn-rate-changes boolean
hs-port-pool-policy reference
hs-scheduler-policy 
overrides 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
group number 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
rate (number | keyword)
max-rate (number | keyword)
scheduling-class number 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
rate (number | keyword)
weight number
policy-name reference
hs-secondary-shaper string 
aggregate 
low-burst-max-class number
rate (number | keyword)
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
class number 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
rate (number | keyword)
description string
hw-agg-shaper-scheduler 
monitor boolean
policy-name reference
monitor-port-scheduler boolean
port-scheduler-policy 
overrides 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
level number 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
percent-rate 
cir decimal-number
pir decimal-number
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
max-rate 
percent-rate decimal-number
rate (number | keyword)
policy-name reference
rate number
elmi 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
mode keyword
n393 number
t391 number
t392 number
encap-type keyword
eth-cfm 
mep md-admin-name reference ma-admin-name reference mep-id number 
admin-state keyword
ais 
client-meg-level number
interface-support boolean
interval number
low-priority-defect keyword
priority number
alarm-notification 
fng-alarm-time number
fng-reset-time number
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
ccm boolean
ccm-ltm-priority number
ccm-padding-size number
ccm-tlv-ignore keyword
collect-lmm-stats boolean
csf 
multiplier decimal-number
description string
eth-bn 
receive boolean
rx-update-pacing number
eth-test 
bit-error-threshold number
test-pattern 
crc-tlv boolean
pattern keyword
facility-fault boolean
grace 
eth-ed 
max-rx-defect-window number
priority number
rx-eth-ed boolean
tx-eth-ed boolean
eth-vsm-grace 
rx-eth-vsm-grace boolean
tx-eth-vsm-grace boolean
low-priority-defect keyword
mac-address string
one-way-delay-threshold number
vlan (number | keyword)
hold-time 
down number
units keyword
up number
ingress 
rate number
lacp-tunnel boolean
lldp 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
dest-mac keyword 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
notification boolean
port-id-subtype keyword
receive boolean
transmit boolean
tunnel-nearest-bridge boolean
tx-mgmt-address keyword 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
tx-tlvs 
port-desc boolean
sys-cap boolean
sys-desc boolean
sys-name boolean
load-balancing-algorithm keyword
mac-address string
min-frame-length number
mode keyword
mtu number
network 
accounting-policy reference
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
collect-stats boolean
egress 
port-queues 
overrides 
queue number 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
monitor-queue-depth 
fast-polling boolean
violation-threshold decimal-number
queue-group reference instance-id number 
accounting-policy reference
aggregate-rate 
limit-unused-bandwidth boolean
queue-frame-based-accounting boolean
rate (number | keyword)
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
collect-stats boolean
description string
hs-turbo boolean
policer-control-policy reference
queue-overrides 
queue reference 
adaptation-rule 
cir keyword
pir keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
cbs (number | keyword)
drop-tail 
low 
percent-reduction-from-mbs (number | keyword)
mbs (number | keyword)
monitor-queue-depth 
fast-polling boolean
violation-threshold decimal-number
percent-rate 
cir decimal-number
pir decimal-number
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
scheduler-policy 
policy-name reference
queue-policy reference
pbb-etype string
ptp-asymmetry number
qinq-etype string
report-alarm 
alignment-marker-not-locked boolean
block-not-locked boolean
duplicate-lane boolean
frame-not-locked boolean
high-ber boolean
local boolean
remote boolean
signal-fail boolean
rs-fec-mode keyword
single-fiber boolean
speed number
ssm 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
code-type keyword
esmc-tunnel boolean
tx-dus boolean
symbol-monitor 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
signal-degrade 
multiplier number
threshold number
signal-failure 
multiplier number
threshold number
window-size number
util-stats-interval number
xgig keyword
gnss 
antenna-cable-delay number
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
constellation 
galileo boolean
glonass boolean
gps boolean
elevation-mask-angle number
hybrid-buffer-allocation 
egress-weight 
access number
network number
ingress-weight 
access number
network number
modify-buffer-allocation 
percentage-of-rate 
egress number
ingress number
monitor-agg-egress-queue-stats boolean
monitor-oper-group reference
network 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
egress 
pool string 
amber-alarm-threshold number
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
red-alarm-threshold number
resv-cbs 
amber-alarm-action 
max number
step number
cbs (number | keyword)
slope-policy reference
oper-group reference
otu 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
async-mapping boolean
fec keyword
fine-granularity-ber 
signal-degrade 
clear 
multiplier number
threshold number
raise 
multiplier number
threshold number
signal-failure 
clear 
multiplier number
threshold number
raise 
multiplier number
threshold number
otu2-lan-data-rate keyword
path-monitoring 
trail-trace-identifier 
expected 
auto-generated 
bytes string
string string
mismatch-reaction keyword
transmit 
auto-generated 
bytes string
string string
payload-structure-identifier 
payload 
expected keyword
mismatch-reaction keyword
transmit keyword
report-alarm 
fec-fail boolean
fec-sd boolean
fec-sf boolean
fec-uncorr boolean
loc boolean
lof boolean
lom boolean
los boolean
odu-ais boolean
odu-bdi boolean
odu-lck boolean
odu-oci boolean
odu-tim boolean
opu-plm boolean
otu-ais boolean
otu-bdi boolean
otu-ber-sd boolean
otu-ber-sf boolean
otu-biae boolean
otu-iae boolean
otu-tim boolean
sd-threshold number
section-monitoring 
trail-trace-identifier 
expected 
auto-generated 
bytes string
string string
mismatch-reaction keyword
transmit 
auto-generated 
bytes string
string string
sf-sd-method keyword
sf-threshold number
sonet-sdh 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
clock-source keyword
framing keyword
group string 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
payload keyword
hold-time 
down number
up number
loopback keyword
path string 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
crc number
description string
egress 
port-scheduler-policy 
overrides 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
level number 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
percent-rate 
cir decimal-number
pir decimal-number
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
max-rate 
percent-rate decimal-number
rate (number | keyword)
policy-name reference
load-balancing-algorithm keyword
mac-address string
mode keyword
mtu number
network 
accounting-policy reference
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
collect-stats boolean
queue-policy reference
payload keyword
report-alarm 
pais boolean
plcd boolean
plop boolean
pplm boolean
prdi boolean
prei boolean
puneq boolean
scramble boolean
signal-label string
trace-string (keyword | string)
report-alarm 
lais boolean
lb2er-sd boolean
lb2er-sf boolean
loc boolean
lrdi boolean
lrei boolean
slof boolean
slos boolean
ss1f boolean
sd-threshold number
section-trace 
byte string
increment-z0 
string string
sf-threshold number
single-fiber boolean
speed keyword
suppress-low-order-alarms boolean
tx-dus boolean
tdm 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
buildout keyword
ds1 string 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
ber-threshold 
signal-degrade number
signal-failure number
channel-group number 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
description string
egress 
port-scheduler-policy 
overrides 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
level number 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
percent-rate 
cir decimal-number
pir decimal-number
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
max-rate 
percent-rate decimal-number
rate (number | keyword)
policy-name reference
encap-type keyword
idle-payload-fill 
all-ones 
pattern number
idle-signal-fill 
all-ones 
pattern number
load-balancing-algorithm keyword
mac-address string
mode keyword
mtu number
network 
accounting-policy reference
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
collect-stats boolean
queue-policy reference
speed number
timeslot number
clock-source keyword
framing keyword
loopback keyword
remote-loop-respond boolean
report-alarm 
ais boolean
ber-sd boolean
ber-sf boolean
looped boolean
los boolean
oof boolean
rai boolean
signal-mode keyword
ds3 string 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
channelized keyword
clock-source keyword
crc number
description string
egress 
port-scheduler-policy 
overrides 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
level number 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
percent-rate 
cir decimal-number
pir decimal-number
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
max-rate 
percent-rate decimal-number
rate (number | keyword)
policy-name reference
encap-type keyword
feac-loop-respond boolean
framing keyword
idle-cycle-flag keyword
load-balancing-algorithm keyword
loopback keyword
mac-address string
maintenance-data-link 
equipment-id-code string
facility-id-code string
frame-id-code string
generator-string string
location-id-code string
port-string string
transmit-message-type 
idle-signal boolean
path boolean
test-signal boolean
unit-id-code string
mode keyword
mtu number
network 
accounting-policy reference
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
collect-stats boolean
queue-policy reference
report-alarm 
ais boolean
looped boolean
los boolean
oof boolean
rai boolean
scramble boolean
subrate 
csu-mode keyword
rate-step number
e1 string 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
ber-threshold 
signal-degrade number
signal-failure number
channel-group number 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
description string
egress 
port-scheduler-policy 
overrides 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
level number 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
percent-rate 
cir decimal-number
pir decimal-number
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
max-rate 
percent-rate decimal-number
rate (number | keyword)
policy-name reference
encap-type keyword
idle-payload-fill 
all-ones 
pattern number
idle-signal-fill 
all-ones 
pattern number
load-balancing-algorithm keyword
mac-address string
mode keyword
mtu number
network 
accounting-policy reference
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
collect-stats boolean
queue-policy reference
speed number
timeslot number
clock-source keyword
framing keyword
loopback keyword
national-bits 
sa4 boolean
sa5 boolean
sa6 boolean
sa7 boolean
sa8 boolean
report-alarm 
ais boolean
ber-sd boolean
ber-sf boolean
looped boolean
los boolean
oof boolean
rai boolean
signal-mode keyword
e3 string 
admin-state keyword
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
clock-source keyword
crc number
description string
egress 
port-scheduler-policy 
overrides 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
level number 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
percent-rate 
cir decimal-number
pir decimal-number
rate 
cir (number | keyword)
pir (number | keyword)
max-rate 
percent-rate decimal-number
rate (number | keyword)
policy-name reference
encap-type keyword
framing keyword
idle-cycle-flag keyword
load-balancing-algorithm keyword
loopback keyword
mac-address string
mode keyword
mtu number
network 
accounting-policy reference
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
collect-stats boolean
queue-policy reference
report-alarm 
ais boolean
looped boolean
los boolean
oof boolean
rai boolean
scramble boolean
hold-time 
down number
up number
transceiver 
apply-groups reference
apply-groups-exclude reference
digital-coherent-optics boolean

port command descriptions

port [port-id] string

Synopsis Enter the port list instance
Context configure port string
Treeport
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

[port-id] string

Synopsis Port ID
Contextconfigure port string
Treeport

Notes

This element is part of a list key.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

access

Synopsis Enter the access context
Context configure port string access
Treeaccess

Description

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

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

egress
Synopsis Enter the egress context
Context configure port string access egress
Treeegress

Description

Commands in this context specify the configuration of access egress buffer pools to determine how a CBS-reserved space is handled and the strategy for utilizing the shared buffer space.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

pool [name] string
Synopsis Enter the pool list instance
Context configure port string access egress pool string
Treepool

Description

Commands in this context configure pool policies for the pool instance.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

[name] string
Synopsis Pool name for the access port
Context configure port string access egress pool string
Treepool
String Length1 to 32

Notes

This element is part of a list key.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

amber-alarm-threshold number
Synopsis Threshold for the amber alarm on oversubscription
Contextconfigure port string access egress pool string amber-alarm-threshold number
Treeamber-alarm-threshold
Range1 to 1000
Unitspercent
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

red-alarm-threshold number
Synopsis Threshold for the red alarm on oversubscription
Contextconfigure port string access egress pool string red-alarm-threshold number
Treered-alarm-threshold
Range1 to 1000
Unitspercent
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

resv-cbs
Synopsis Enter the resv-cbs context
Context configure port string access egress pool string resv-cbs
Treeresv-cbs
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

amber-alarm-action
Synopsis Enter the amber-alarm-action context
Contextconfigure port string access egress pool string resv-cbs amber-alarm-action
Treeamber-alarm-action
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

max number
Synopsis Maximum percentage for reserved CBS of the pool
Contextconfigure port string access egress pool string resv-cbs amber-alarm-action max number
Treemax

Description

This command specifies the maximum percentage for the reserved CBS of the pool. The maximum reserved CBS must not be less than the value of the reserved CBS.

To enable adaptive CBS sizing the max, step, and cbs commands must be configured. The cbs command must also be configured to a percentage other than the default value.

When unconfigured, CBS adaptive sizing is not enabled.

Range1 to 100
Unitspercent
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

step number
Synopsis Step-size percentage for reserved CBS of the pool
Contextconfigure port string access egress pool string resv-cbs amber-alarm-action step number
Treestep

Description

This command specifies the step-size percentage for the reserved CBS of the pool.

To enable adaptive CBS sizing the max, step, and cbs commands must be configured. The cbs command must also be configured to a percentage other than the default value.

When unconfigured, CBS adaptive sizing is not enabled.

Range1 to 100
Unitspercent
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

cbs (number | keyword)
Synopsis Percentage of the pool buffer space reserved for CBS
Contextconfigure port string access egress pool string resv-cbs cbs (number | keyword)
Treecbs
Range0 to 100
Unitspercent
Options auto
Default auto
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

ingress
Synopsis Enter the ingress context
Context configure port string access ingress
Treeingress
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

pool [name] string
Synopsis Enter the pool list instance
Context configure port string access ingress pool string
Treepool
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

[name] string
Synopsis Pool name for the access port
Context configure port string access ingress pool string
Treepool
String Length1 to 32

Notes

This element is part of a list key.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

amber-alarm-threshold number
Synopsis Threshold for the amber alarm on oversubscription
Contextconfigure port string access ingress pool string amber-alarm-threshold number
Treeamber-alarm-threshold
Range1 to 1000
Unitspercent
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

red-alarm-threshold number
Synopsis Threshold for the red alarm on oversubscription
Contextconfigure port string access ingress pool string red-alarm-threshold number
Treered-alarm-threshold
Range1 to 1000
Unitspercent
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

resv-cbs
Synopsis Enter the resv-cbs context
Context configure port string access ingress pool string resv-cbs
Treeresv-cbs
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

amber-alarm-action
Synopsis Enter the amber-alarm-action context
Contextconfigure port string access ingress pool string resv-cbs amber-alarm-action
Treeamber-alarm-action
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

max number
Synopsis Maximum percentage for reserved CBS of the pool
Contextconfigure port string access ingress pool string resv-cbs amber-alarm-action max number
Treemax

Description

This command specifies the maximum percentage for the reserved CBS of the pool. The maximum reserved CBS must not be less than the value of the reserved CBS.

To enable adaptive CBS sizing the max, step, and cbs commands must be configured. The cbs command must also be configured to a percentage other than the default value.

When unconfigured, CBS adaptive sizing is not enabled.

Range1 to 100
Unitspercent
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

step number
Synopsis Step-size percentage for reserved CBS of the pool
Contextconfigure port string access ingress pool string resv-cbs amber-alarm-action step number
Treestep

Description

This command specifies the step-size percentage for the reserved CBS of the pool.

To enable adaptive CBS sizing the max, step, and cbs commands must be configured. The cbs command must also be configured to a percentage other than the default value.

When unconfigured, CBS adaptive sizing is not enabled.

Range1 to 100
Unitspercent
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

cbs (number | keyword)
Synopsis Percentage of the pool buffer space reserved for CBS
Contextconfigure port string access ingress pool string resv-cbs cbs (number | keyword)
Treecbs
Range0 to 100
Unitspercent
Options auto
Default auto
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

admin-state keyword

Synopsis Administrative state of the port
Context configure port string admin-state keyword
Treeadmin-state
Optionsenable, disable
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

connector

Synopsis Enter the connector context
Context configure port string connector
Treeconnector

Description

Commands in this context configure connector ports and modes.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

breakout keyword
WARNING:

Modifying this element recreates the parent element automatically for the new value to take effect.

SynopsisPort breakout of the transceiver used in the connector
Contextconfigure port string connector breakout keyword
Treebreakout

Description

This command defines the port breakout of the transceiver used in the connector. Specifying the type triggers the creation of the ports that will be accessible under the connector.

When a QSFP28 connector uses an SFP+ optical module with the QSFP28-to-SFP+/SFP28 adapter, set this command to c1-10g. This value indicates the presence of the adapter.

For some connectors (for example, QSFPDD), there can be overlap in the breakout for different host interfaces. The same port breakout can be supported on an optical modules that uses a host interface of CAUI-4 as another optical module that uses 100GAUI-2. To distinguish from the CAUI-4 host interface, the ‘-aui2’ suffix is used on some breakout options. This is only necessary where there is overlap. In other situations, the SR OS will set the host interface correctly without requiring the distinction in the breakout option.

Optionsc1-40g, c4-10g, c1-100g, c4-25g, c10-10g, c1-400g, c2-100g, c4-100g, c1-10g, c1-25g, c1-50g, c8-50g, c1-800g, c3-100g, c8-100g, c2-400g, c1-1g, c1-100g-aui2, c2-100g-aui2
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

rs-fec-mode keyword
Synopsis RS-FEC mode for the Ethernet connector
Contextconfigure port string connector rs-fec-mode keyword
Treers-fec-mode

Description

This command specifies the RS-FEC (Reed-Solomon Forward Error Correction) mode on the Ethernet connector.

See "Forward Error Correction" in the 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7950 XRS, and VSR Interface Configuration Guide for more information about FEC settings.

Optionscl91-514-528, cl91-514-544
Introduced 16.0.R2

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

ddm-events boolean

Synopsis Enable Digital Diagnostic Monitoring (DDM) events
Contextconfigure port string ddm-events boolean
Treeddm-events
Defaulttrue
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

description string

Synopsis Text description
Context configure port string description string
Treedescription
String Length1 to 255
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

dwdm

Synopsis Enter the dwdm context
Context configure port string dwdm
Treedwdm

Description

Commands in this context configure the Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) parameters for the port.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

coherent
Synopsis Enter the coherent context
Context configure port string dwdm coherent
Treecoherent

Description

Commands in this context configure the coherent optical module.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

compatibility keyword
Synopsis Optical mode and rate of operation
Context configure port string dwdm coherent compatibility keyword
Treecompatibility
Optionslong-haul, metro, access, interop, interop2, interop3, long-haul-non-differential, oif-400g-zr, open-zrp-ofec1, open-zrp-ofec2
Defaultlong-haul
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

cpr-window-size number
Synopsis Window size for the carrier phase recovery
Contextconfigure port string dwdm coherent cpr-window-size number
Treecpr-window-size

Description

This command configures the window size for the carrier phase recovery.

When this command is changed, the link bounces because the receiver needs to be reconfigured.

Range2 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 32 | 64
Unitssymbols
Default32
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

dispersion number
Synopsis Residual chromatic dispersion compensation
Contextconfigure port string dwdm coherent dispersion number
Treedispersion

Description

This command specifies the residual chromatic dispersion compensation when the coherent receiver is operating in manual dispersion control mode.

Range-50000 to 50000
Unitspicoseconds per nanometer
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

mode keyword
Synopsis Mode used to compensate for chromatic dispersion
Contextconfigure port string dwdm coherent mode keyword
Treemode
Optionsautomatic, manual
Default automatic
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

report-alarm
Synopsis Enter the report-alarm context
Contextconfigure port string dwdm coherent report-alarm
Treereport-alarm

Description

Commands in this context configure the alarms reported for the coherent module.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

netrx boolean
Synopsis Report the network (optical side) receive alarm
Contextconfigure port string dwdm coherent report-alarm netrx boolean
Treenetrx
Defaulttrue
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

nettx boolean
Synopsis Report the network (optical side) transmit alarm
Contextconfigure port string dwdm coherent report-alarm nettx boolean
Treenettx
Defaulttrue
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

rx-los-reaction keyword
Synopsis Reaction to an RX LOS
Context configure port string dwdm coherent rx-los-reaction keyword
Treerx-los-reaction

Description

This command configures the reaction to an RX LOS.

Note: If this command is disabled for some coherent DWDM transceivers, the transceiver only reports local fault alarms when an RX LOS condition occurs; however, the port returns to service faster after the LOS condition is cleared. For these transceivers, if this command is enabled, there is better visibility of individual alarms (for example, signal-fail, local fault, no-am-lock), but the port takes longer to service after the LOS condition is cleared.

Optionsnone, squelch
Default squelch
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

rx-los-thresh decimal-number
Synopsis Average input power LOS threshold
Context configure port string dwdm coherent rx-los-thresh decimal-number
Treerx-los-thresh
Range-30 to -13
Unitsdecibel-milliwatts
Default-23
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

sweep
Synopsis Enter the sweep context
Context configure port string dwdm coherent sweep
Treesweep

Description

Commands in this context allow users to configure the dispersion sweep start and end values for the automatic mode of coherent control. If the user knows the approximate or theoretical residual dispersion of the link, these commands can be used to limit the range of sweeping for the automatic control mode and therefore achieve a faster link up.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

end number
Synopsis Upper bound of the dispersion compensation range
Contextconfigure port string dwdm coherent sweep end number
Treeend
Range-50000 to 50000
Unitspicoseconds per nanometer
Default2000
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

start number
Synopsis Lower bound of the dispersion compensation range
Contextconfigure port string dwdm coherent sweep start number
Treestart
Range-50000 to 50000
Unitspicoseconds per nanometer
Default-25500
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

target-power decimal-number
Synopsis Average output power target for the port
Contextconfigure port string dwdm coherent target-power decimal-number
Treetarget-power
Range-20 to 3
Unitsdecibel-milliwatts
Default1
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

frequency number
Synopsis Center frequency for tunable DWDM optical interface
Contextconfigure port string dwdm frequency number
Treefrequency

Description

This command configures the center frequency to use for a tunable DWDM optical interface. This command can be used to specify any frequency in the C band.

To set the DWDM frequency, the port must be a physical port and the provisioned MDA type must have DWDM tunable optics (for example, p1-100g-tun-b), or the MDA must support the option of tunable DWDM optic modules.

This command replaces the configure port dwdm channel command.

Range191100000 to 196150000
Unitsmegahertz
Introduced21.10.R3

Platforms

All

ethernet

Synopsis Enter the ethernet context
Context configure port string ethernet
Treeethernet

Description

Commands in this context configure Ethernet port attributes.

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

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

access
Synopsis Enter the access context
Context configure port string ethernet access
Treeaccess

Description

Commands in this context configure Ethernet access port commands.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

bandwidth number
Synopsis Administrative bandwidth assigned to Ethernet ports
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access bandwidth number
Treebandwidth
Range1 to 6400000000
Unitskilobps
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

egress
Synopsis Enter the egress context
Context configure port string ethernet access egress
Treeegress

Description

Commands in this context configure Ethernet access egress port commands.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

queue-group [queue-group-name] reference instance-id number
Synopsis Enter the queue-group list instance
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number
Treequeue-group
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

aggregate-rate
Synopsis Enter the aggregate-rate context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number aggregate-rate
Treeaggregate-rate
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

host-match
Synopsis Enter the host-match context
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number host-match
Treehost-match
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

int-dest-id [destination-string] string
Synopsis Add a list entry for int-dest-id
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number host-match int-dest-id string
Treeint-dest-id
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

hs-turbo boolean
Synopsis Enable HS turbo queues for higher throughput
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number hs-turbo boolean
Treehs-turbo

Description

When configured to true, this command enables HS turbo queues that allow the corresponding HSQ queue group queues to achieve a higher throughput.

This command is not applicable to 10G ports and is ignored when it is configured under a queue group instance on a 10G port.

When configured to false, HS turbo queues are disabled.

Defaultfalse
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

7750 SR-7/12/12e

queue-overrides
Synopsis Enter the queue-overrides context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides
Treequeue-overrides
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

queue [queue-id] reference
Synopsis Enter the queue list instance
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference
Treequeue
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

adaptation-rule
Synopsis Enter the adaptation-rule context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference adaptation-rule
Treeadaptation-rule
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

drop-tail
Synopsis Enter the drop-tail context
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference drop-tail
Treedrop-tail

Description

Commands in this context configure queue drop tail commands.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

low
Synopsis Enter the low context
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference drop-tail low
Treelow

Description

Commands in this context configure the queue low drop tail commands. The low drop tail defines the queue depth beyond which the out-of-profile packets are not accepted into the queue and discarded.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

percent-reduction-from-mbs (number | keyword)
Synopsis Percentage reduction from the MBS for a queue drop tail
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference drop-tail low percent-reduction-from-mbs (number | keyword)
Treepercent-reduction-from-mbs

Description

This command overrides the low queue drop tail as a percentage reduction from the MBS of the queue. For example, if a queue has an MBS of 600 kbytes and this percentage is configured to be 30% for the low drop tail, the low drop tail is set to 420 kbytes and the out-of-profile packets are not accepted into the queue if its depth is greater than this value, and is therefore discarded.

Range0 to 100
Optionsauto
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

monitor-queue-depth
Synopsis Enable the monitor-queue-depth context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference monitor-queue-depth
Treemonitor-queue-depth
Introduced20.10.R1

Platforms

All

fast-polling boolean
Synopsis Enable fast polling of the queue depth
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference monitor-queue-depth fast-polling boolean
Treefast-polling

Description

When configured to true, this command enables fast polling of the queue depth. Faster polling allows a more accurate view of the actual depth.

When configured to false, fast queue polling is not enabled.

Defaultfalse
Introduced20.10.R1

Platforms

All

parent
Synopsis Enter the parent context
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference parent
Treeparent

Description

Commands in this context define the weight of the queue treatment by the parent scheduler that further governs the available bandwidth given to the queue, aside from the queue PIR setting.

When multiple schedulers or queues share a child status with the parent scheduler, the weight or level commands define how the queue contends with the other children for the parent bandwidth.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

percent-rate
Synopsis Enter the percent-rate context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference percent-rate
Treepercent-rate

Description

Commands in this context specify percent rates.

These commands are ignored for egress HSQ queue group queues, which are attached to an HS WRR group within an associated HS attachment policy. In this case, the configuration of the percent rate is performed under the hs-wrr-group command within the egress queue group template.

Notes

The following elements are part of a choice: percent-rate or rate.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

rate
Synopsis Enter the rate context
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference rate
Treerate

Notes

The following elements are part of a choice: percent-rate or rate.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

cir (number | keyword)
Synopsis CIR for the queue
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference rate cir (number | keyword)
Treecir

Description

This command specifies the administrative CIR used by the queue. When the rate command is executed, a CIR setting is optional. Fractional values are not allowed and must be given as a positive integer.

The CIR defines the rate at which the system prioritizes the queue over other queues competing for the same bandwidth. In-profile then out-of-profile packets are preferentially queued by the system at egress and at subsequent next hop nodes where the packet can traverse. To be properly handled throughout the network, the packets must be marked accordingly for profiling at each hop.

The CIR can be used by the queue’s parent cir-level and cir-weight commands to define the amount of bandwidth considered to be committed for the child queue during bandwidth allocation by the parent scheduler.

Range0 to 2000000000
Unitskilobps
Options max
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

pir (number | keyword)
Synopsis PIR for the queue
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number queue-overrides queue reference rate pir (number | keyword)
Treepir

Description

This command specifies the administrative PIR used by the queue. When the rate command is executed, a valid PIR setting must be explicitly defined. Fractional values are not allowed and must be given as a positive integer. The actual PIR rate is dependent on the queue’s adaptation-rule commands and the actual hardware where the queue is provisioned.

The PIR defines the maximum rate that the queue can transmit packets out an egress interface (for SAP egress queues). 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.

Range1 to 2000000000
Unitskilobps
Options max
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

scheduler-policy
Synopsis Enter the scheduler-policy context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number scheduler-policy
Treescheduler-policy

Description

Commands in this context configure a scheduler policy for the egress queue group.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

overrides
Synopsis Enter the overrides context
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number scheduler-policy overrides
Treeoverrides
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

scheduler [scheduler-name] string
Synopsis Enter the scheduler list instance
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string
Treescheduler

Description

Commands in this context are used to override specific attributes of the specified scheduler name. A scheduler defines bandwidth controls that limit each child (other schedulers and queues) associated with the scheduler. Scheduler objects are created within the hierarchical tiers of the policy. It is assumed that each scheduler created has queues or other schedulers defined as child associations. The scheduler can be a child which takes bandwidth from a scheduler in a higher tier.

A total of 32 schedulers can be created within a single scheduler policy with no restriction on the distribution between the tiers. The scheduler name must exist in the applied scheduler policy.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

[scheduler-name] string
Synopsis Scheduler name
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string
Treescheduler

Description

This command specifies the scheduler name. Valid names consist of any string 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.

String Length1 to 32

Notes

This element is part of a list key.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

parent
Synopsis Enter the parent context
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string parent
Treeparent

Description

Commands in this context are used to override the scheduler's parent weight and CIR weight. The weights apply to the associated level or CIR level configured in the applied scheduler policy.

The override weights are ignored if the scheduler does not have a parent command configured in the scheduler policy. This allows the parent of the scheduler to be removed from the scheduler policy without having to remove all of the queue group overrides. If the parent scheduler does not exist, causing the configured scheduler to be fostered on an egress port scheduler, then the override weights are ignored.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

rate
Synopsis Enter the rate context
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string rate
Treerate

Description

Commands in this context override specific attributes of the specified scheduler rate. The actual operating rate of the scheduler is limited by bandwidth constraints other than its maximum rate. The scheduler's parent scheduler may not have the available bandwidth to meet the scheduler's needs. The bandwidth available to the parent scheduler could be allocated to other child schedulers or the child queues on the parent scheduler may be based on a higher priority. The children of the scheduler may not need the maximum rate available to the scheduler due to an insufficient offered load or limits to their own maximum rates.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

cir (number | keyword)
Synopsis CIR for the scheduler
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string rate cir (number | keyword)
Treecir

Description

This command specifies the CIR. When a parent is associated with the scheduler, this command provides the amount of bandwidth to be considered during the parent scheduler's within-cir distribution phase. When the rate command is executed, a valid PIR setting must be explicitly defined before specifying the CIR. If the CIR is set to max, the CIR rate is set to infinity.

The sum keyword specifies that the CIR be used as the summed CIR values of the children schedulers, policers, or queues.

Range0 to 6400000000
Unitskilobps
Options sum, max
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

pir (number | keyword)
Synopsis PIR for the scheduler
Context configure port string ethernet access egress queue-group reference instance-id number scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string rate pir (number | keyword)
Treepir

Description

This command specifies the PIR. When the rate command is executed, a valid PIR setting must be explicitly defined. Any other value results in an error without modifying the current PIR rate.

Range1 to 6400000000
Unitskilobps
Options max
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

virtual-port [vport-name] string
Synopsis Enter the virtual-port list instance
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress virtual-port string
Treevirtual-port
Introduced16.0.R4

Platforms

All

aggregate-rate
Synopsis Enter the aggregate-rate context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress virtual-port string aggregate-rate
Treeaggregate-rate
Introduced16.0.R4

Platforms

All

host-match
Synopsis Enter the host-match context
Context configure port string ethernet access egress virtual-port string host-match
Treehost-match
Introduced16.0.R4

Platforms

All

int-dest-id [destination-string] string
Synopsis Add a list entry for int-dest-id
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress virtual-port string host-match int-dest-id string
Treeint-dest-id
Introduced16.0.R4

Platforms

All

lag-per-link-hash
Synopsis Enter the lag-per-link-hash context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress virtual-port string lag-per-link-hash
Treelag-per-link-hash
Introduced22.10.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

monitor-port-scheduler boolean
Synopsis Enable congestion monitoring on egress port scheduler
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access egress virtual-port string monitor-port-scheduler boolean
Treemonitor-port-scheduler

Description

The command enables congestion monitoring on an EPS that is applied to a Vport.

Congestion monitoring must be further configured under the port-scheduler CLI hierarchy. Once the congestion monitoring is in effect, the offered rate (incoming traffic) is compared to the configured port-scheduler congestion threshold. The results of these measurements are stored as the number of samples representing the number of times the offered rates exceeded the configured congestion threshold since the last clearing of the stats. Therefore, the results represent the number of times that the port-scheduler that is applied to a Vport was congested since the last reset of the stats using a clear command.

Defaultfalse
Introduced16.0.R4

Platforms

All

ingress
Synopsis Enter the ingress context
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress
Treeingress

Description

Commands in this context configure Ethernet access ingress port commands.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

queue-group [queue-group-name] reference
Synopsis Enter the queue-group list instance
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference
Treequeue-group

Description

Commands in this context create an ingress queue group on the Ethernet port. Queue groups created on access ports are used as an alternative queue destination for SAPs.

Queue groups can be created on both access and network oriented ports. When the port is in access mode, the queue groups must be created within the port access node. Access ingress queue groups can only be used by ingress SAP forwarding classes and only a single ingress queue group per port is supported. When the queue group is created in an ingress port context, the queue group name must be an existing ingress queue group template. Two ingress queue groups with the same name cannot be created on the same port.

When creating a queue group, the system will attempt to allocate queue resources based on the queues defined in the queue group template. If the appropriate queue resources do not currently exist, the queue group will not be created. Ingress port queue groups do not support shared-queuing or multipoint shared queuing behavior.

A port queue group cannot be removed from the port when a forwarding class is currently redirected to the group. All forwarding class redirections must first be removed prior to removing the queue group.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

[queue-group-name] reference
Synopsis Queue group name
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference
Treequeue-group

Description

This command specifies the queue group name. The specified queue group name must exist as an ingress or egress queue group template depending on the ingress or egress context of the port queue group. Only a single queue group may be created on an ingress port.

Reference

configure qos queue-group-templates ingress queue-group string

Notes

This element is part of a list key.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

queue-overrides
Synopsis Enter the queue-overrides context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference queue-overrides
Treequeue-overrides

Description

Commands in this context define queue command overrides for each queue within the queue group.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

queue [queue-id] reference
Synopsis Enter the queue list instance
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference queue-overrides queue reference
Treequeue

Description

Commands in this context associate a queue for use in a queue group template. The template queue is created on each queue group object that is created with the queue group template name. Each queue is identified within the template by a queue ID number. The template ensures that all queue groups created with the template’s name have the same queue IDs, providing a uniform structure for the forwarding class redirection commands in the SAP egress QoS policies. The queue commands can be individually changed for each queue in each queue group using per queue overrides.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

adaptation-rule
Synopsis Enter the adaptation-rule context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference queue-overrides queue reference adaptation-rule
Treeadaptation-rule
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

drop-tail
Synopsis Enter the drop-tail context
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference queue-overrides queue reference drop-tail
Treedrop-tail
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

low
Synopsis Enter the low context
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference queue-overrides queue reference drop-tail low
Treelow

Description

Commands in this context configure the queue low drop tail commands. The low drop tail defines the queue depth beyond which out-of-profile packets are accepted into the queue and discarded.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

percent-reduction-from-mbs (number | keyword)
Synopsis Percentage reduction from the MBS for a queue drop tail
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference queue-overrides queue reference drop-tail low percent-reduction-from-mbs (number | keyword)
Treepercent-reduction-from-mbs

Description

This command overrides the low queue drop tail as a percentage reduction from the MBS of the queue. For example, if a queue has an MBS of 600 kbytes and this percentage is configured to be 30% for the low drop tail, the low drop tail is set to 420 kbytes and the out-of-profile packets are not accepted into the queue if its depth is greater than this value, and is therefore discarded.

Range0 to 100
Optionsauto
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

monitor-queue-depth
Synopsis Enable the monitor-queue-depth context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference queue-overrides queue reference monitor-queue-depth
Treemonitor-queue-depth
Introduced21.7.R1

Platforms

All

rate
Synopsis Enter the rate context
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference queue-overrides queue reference rate
Treerate
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

cir (number | keyword)
Synopsis CIR for the queue
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference queue-overrides queue reference rate cir (number | keyword)
Treecir

Description

This command specifies the administrative CIR used by the queue. When the rate command is executed, a CIR setting is optional. Fractional values are not allowed and must be given as a positive integer.

The CIR defines the rate at which the system prioritizes the queue over other queues competing for the same bandwidth. In-profile then out-of-profile packets are preferentially queued by the system at egress and at subsequent next hop nodes where the packet can traverse. To be properly handled throughout the network, the packets must be marked accordingly for profiling at each hop.

The CIR can be used by the queue’s parent cir-level and cir-weight commands to define the amount of bandwidth considered to be committed for the child queue during bandwidth allocation by the parent scheduler.

Range0 to 2000000000
Unitskilobps
Options max
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

pir (number | keyword)
Synopsis PIR for the queue
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference queue-overrides queue reference rate pir (number | keyword)
Treepir

Description

This command specifies the administrative PIR used by the queue. When the rate command is executed, a valid PIR setting must be explicitly defined. Fractional values are not allowed and must be given as a positive integer. The actual PIR rate is dependent on the queue’s adaptation-rule commands and the actual hardware where the queue is provisioned.

The PIR defines the maximum rate that the queue can transmit packets out an egress interface (for SAP egress queues). 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.

Range1 to 2000000000
Unitskilobps
Options max
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

scheduler-policy
Synopsis Enter the scheduler-policy context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference scheduler-policy
Treescheduler-policy

Description

Commands in this context configure a scheduler policy for the ingress queue group.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

overrides
Synopsis Enter the overrides context
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference scheduler-policy overrides
Treeoverrides

Description

Commands in this context specify the set of attributes specifying values specific to the given queue-group instance.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

scheduler [scheduler-name] string
Synopsis Enter the scheduler list instance
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string
Treescheduler

Description

Commands in this context are used to override specific attributes of the specified scheduler name. A scheduler defines bandwidth controls that limit each child (other schedulers and queues) associated with the scheduler. Scheduler objects are created within the hierarchical tiers of the policy. It is assumed that each scheduler created has queues or other schedulers defined as child associations. The scheduler can be a child which takes bandwidth from a scheduler in a higher tier.

A total of 32 schedulers can be created within a single scheduler policy with no restriction on the distribution between the tiers. The scheduler name must exist in the applied scheduler policy.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

[scheduler-name] string
Synopsis Scheduler name
Contextconfigure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string
Treescheduler

Description

This command specifies the scheduler name. Valid names consist of any string 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.

String Length1 to 32

Notes

This element is part of a list key.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

parent
Synopsis Enter the parent context
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string parent
Treeparent

Description

Commands in this context are used to override the scheduler's parent weight and CIR weight. The weights apply to the associated level or CIR level configured in the applied scheduler policy.

The override weights are ignored if the scheduler does not have a parent command configured in the scheduler policy. This allows the parent of the scheduler to be removed from the scheduler policy without having to remove all of the queue group overrides. If the parent scheduler does not exist, causing the configured scheduler to be fostered on an egress port scheduler, then the override weights are ignored.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

rate
Synopsis Enter the rate context
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string rate
Treerate

Description

Commands in this context override specific attributes of the specified scheduler rate. The actual operating rate of the scheduler is limited by bandwidth constraints other than its maximum rate. The scheduler's parent scheduler may not have the available bandwidth to meet the scheduler's needs. The bandwidth available to the parent scheduler could be allocated to other child schedulers or the child queues on the parent scheduler may be based on a higher priority. The children of the scheduler may not need the maximum rate available to the scheduler due to an insufficient offered load or limits to their own maximum rates.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

cir (number | keyword)
Synopsis CIR for the scheduler
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string rate cir (number | keyword)
Treecir

Description

This command specifies the CIR. When a parent is associated with the scheduler, this command provides the amount of bandwidth to be considered during the parent scheduler's within-cir distribution phase. When the rate command is executed, a valid PIR setting must be explicitly defined before specifying the CIR. If the CIR is set to max, the CIR rate is set to infinity.

The sum keyword specifies that the CIR be used as the summed CIR values of the children schedulers, policers, or queues.

Range0 to 6400000000
Unitskilobps
Options sum, max
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

pir (number | keyword)
Synopsis PIR for the scheduler
Context configure port string ethernet access ingress queue-group reference scheduler-policy overrides scheduler string rate pir (number | keyword)
Treepir

Description

This command specifies the PIR. When the rate command is executed, a valid PIR setting must be explicitly defined. Any other value results in an error without modifying the current PIR rate.

Range1 to 6400000000
Unitskilobps
Options max
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

autonegotiate keyword
Synopsis Speed and duplex autonegotiation on the Ethernet port
Contextconfigure port string ethernet autonegotiate keyword
Treeautonegotiate

Description

This command enables speed and duplex autonegotiation on Fast Ethernet ports and enables far-end fault indicator support on Gb ports. When autonegotiation is enabled on a port, the link attempts to automatically negotiate the link speed and duplex commands. If autonegotiation is enabled, the configured duplex and speed commands 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 command settings configured for the port. Note that disabling autonegotiation on Gb ports is not allowed as the IEEE 802.3 specification for Gb Ethernet requires autonegotiation be enabled for far end fault indication.

It is required for autonegotiation to be limited for ports in a LAG to guarantee a specific port speed.

Optionstrue, false, limited
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

collect-stats boolean
Synopsis Collect accounting and statistical data
Contextconfigure port string ethernet collect-stats boolean
Treecollect-stats
Defaultfalse
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

crc-monitor
Synopsis Enter the crc-monitor context
Context configure port string ethernet crc-monitor
Treecrc-monitor

Description

Commands in this context configure Ethernet Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) monitoring.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

signal-degrade
Synopsis Enter the signal-degrade context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet crc-monitor signal-degrade
Treesignal-degrade

Description

Commands in this context specify the error rate at which to declare the Signal Degrade (SD) condition on an Ethernet interface. The value represents M*10E-N, which is the ratio of errored frames over the total frames received over W seconds of the sliding window. The CRC errors on the interface are sampled once per second.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

signal-failure
Synopsis Enter the signal-failure context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet crc-monitor signal-failure
Treesignal-failure

Description

Commands in this context specify the error rate at which to declare the Signal Fail (SF) condition on an Ethernet interface. The value represents M*10E-N errored frames over total frames received over W seconds of the sliding window. The CRC errors on the interface are sampled once per second.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

window-size number
Synopsis Sliding window size over which errors are measured
Contextconfigure port string ethernet crc-monitor window-size number
Treewindow-size

Description

This command specifies the sliding window size over which the Ethernet frames are sampled to detect SF or SD conditions. The command is used jointly with the signal-failure and the signal-degrade commands to configure the sliding window size.

Range5 to 60
Unitsseconds
Default 10
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

dampening
Synopsis Enter the dampening context
Context configure port string ethernet dampening
Treedampening

Description

Commands in this context configure Exponential Port Dampening (EPD) for the Ethernet port.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

admin-state keyword
Synopsis Administrative state of exponential port dampening
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dampening admin-state keyword
Treeadmin-state
Optionsenable, disable
Default disable
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

half-life number
Synopsis Half-life decay time
Context configure port string ethernet dampening half-life number
Treehalf-life

Description

This command specifies the time that must pass before penalties decay to one-half the initial amount. The half-life and maximum suppression time values must be set at the same time and the ratio of the maximum suppression time and half-life must be less than or equal to 49 and greater than or equal to one.

Range1 to 2000
Unitsseconds
Default 5
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

max-suppress-time number
Synopsis Maximum suppression time
Context configure port string ethernet dampening max-suppress-time number
Treemax-suppress-time

Description

This command specifies the maximum suppression time, which is the time it can take after the physical link comes up before the worst case accumulated penalties have decayed to the reuse threshold. The maximum penalty is derived from the maximum suppression time, half life, and reuse threshold, using the following equation:

maximum penalty = (reuse threshold) 2 expo:(maximum suppression time/half life)

The half life and maximum suppression time values must be set at the same time and the ratio of the maximum suppression time and half life must be less than or equal to 49 and greater than or equal to one.

Range1 to 43200
Unitsseconds
Default 20
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

reuse-threshold number
Synopsis Threshold which port-up state is no longer suppressed
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dampening reuse-threshold number
Treereuse-threshold

Description

This command specifies the threshold at which the port-up state is no longer suppressed, after the port has been in a suppressed state and the accumulated penalties decay drops below this threshold. The reuse threshold value must be less than the suppress threshold value.

Range1 to 20000
Unitspenalties
Default 1000
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

suppress-threshold number
Synopsis Threshold at which the port-up state is suppressed
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dampening suppress-threshold number
Treesuppress-threshold

Description

This command specifies the threshold at which the port-up state is suppressed until the accumulated penalties drop below the reuse threshold. The reuse threshold value must be less than the suppress threshold value.

Range1 to 20000
Unitspenalties
Default 2000
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

discard-rx-pause-frames boolean
Synopsis Discard received pause frames
Context configure port string ethernet discard-rx-pause-frames boolean
Treediscard-rx-pause-frames

Description

When configured to true, the router discards received pause frames. Pause frames are used for local link flow control.

When configured to false, pause frames are processed upon reception and the transmit side of the receiving port pauses in its transmissions.

Defaultfalse
Introduced20.10.R1

Platforms

All

dot1q-etype string
Synopsis Ethertype expected if port encapsulation type is dot1q
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1q-etype string
Treedot1q-etype

Description

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

Default33024
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

dot1x
Synopsis Enter the dot1x context
Context configure port string ethernet dot1x
Treedot1x
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

admin-state keyword
Synopsis Administrative state of dot1x packet extraction to CPM
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x admin-state keyword
Treeadmin-state
Optionsenable, disable
Default enable
Introduced21.10.R1

Platforms

All

macsec
Synopsis Enter the macsec context
Context configure port string ethernet dot1x macsec
Treemacsec

Description

Commands in this context configure Media Access Control Security (MACsec) under the port.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

exclude-protocol
Synopsis Enter the exclude-protocol context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x macsec exclude-protocol
Treeexclude-protocol
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

sub-port [sub-port-id] number
Synopsis Enter the sub-port list instance
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x macsec sub-port number
Treesub-port
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

[sub-port-id] number
Synopsis Sub-port ID
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x macsec sub-port number
Treesub-port
Range1 to 1023

Notes

This element is part of a list key.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

encap-match
Synopsis Enter the encap-match context
Context configure port string ethernet dot1x macsec sub-port number encap-match
Treeencap-match
Introduced19.5.R1

Platforms

All

all-match boolean
Synopsis Match and encrypt all traffic patterns
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x macsec sub-port number encap-match all-match boolean
Treeall-match
Defaulttrue

Notes

The following elements are part of a choice: all-match, double-tag, single-tag, or untagged.

Introduced19.5.R1

Platforms

All

double-tag string
Synopsis QinQ double tag traffic pattern to match
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x macsec sub-port number encap-match double-tag string
Treedouble-tag
String Length1 to 11

Notes

The following elements are part of a choice: all-match, double-tag, single-tag, or untagged.

Introduced19.5.R1

Platforms

All

single-tag string
Synopsis Dot1q single tag traffic pattern to match
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x macsec sub-port number encap-match single-tag string
Treesingle-tag
String Length1 to 11

Notes

The following elements are part of a choice: all-match, double-tag, single-tag, or untagged.

Introduced19.5.R1

Platforms

All

untagged boolean
Synopsis Match and encrypt untagged traffic only
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x macsec sub-port number encap-match untagged boolean
Treeuntagged

Notes

The following elements are part of a choice: all-match, double-tag, single-tag, or untagged.

Introduced19.5.R1

Platforms

All

max-peers number
WARNING:

Modifying this element toggles the admin-state of the parent element automatically for the new value to take effect.

SynopsisMaximum number of peers supported on the port
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x macsec sub-port number max-peers number
Treemax-peers
Range1 to 32
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

per-host-authentication
Synopsis Enter the per-host-authentication context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x per-host-authentication
Treeper-host-authentication
Introduced20.7.R1

Platforms

All

allowed-source-macs
Synopsis Enter the allowed-source-macs context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x per-host-authentication allowed-source-macs
Treeallowed-source-macs
Introduced20.7.R1

Platforms

All

port-control keyword
Synopsis 802.1x authentication mode
Context configure port string ethernet dot1x port-control keyword
Treeport-control
Optionsforce-unauthorized, auto, force-authorized
Defaultforce-authorized
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

quiet-period number
Synopsis Time between two sessions when no EAPOL frames are sent
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x quiet-period number
Treequiet-period
Range1 to 3600
Unitsseconds
Default 60
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

radius-server-policy reference
Synopsis RADIUS server policy name
Context configure port string ethernet dot1x radius-server-policy reference
Treeradius-server-policy

Reference

configure aaa radius server-policy string

Notes

The following elements are part of a choice: radius-server-policy or (radius-server-policy-acct and radius-server-policy-auth).

Introduced20.5.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

radius-server-policy-acct reference
Synopsis RADIUS server policy name for accounting
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x radius-server-policy-acct reference
Treeradius-server-policy-acct

Reference

configure aaa radius server-policy string

Notes

The following elements are part of a choice: radius-server-policy or (radius-server-policy-acct and radius-server-policy-auth).

Introduced20.10.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

radius-server-policy-auth reference
Synopsis RADIUS server policy name for authentication
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x radius-server-policy-auth reference
Treeradius-server-policy-auth

Reference

configure aaa radius server-policy string

Notes

The following elements are part of a choice: radius-server-policy or (radius-server-policy-acct and radius-server-policy-auth).

Introduced20.10.R1

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

server-timeout number
Synopsis Wait time for a response from the RADIUS server
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x server-timeout number
Treeserver-timeout
Range1 to 300
Unitsseconds
Default 30
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

transmit-period number
Synopsis Time after which a new EAPOL request message is sent
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x transmit-period number
Treetransmit-period
Range1 to 3600
Unitsseconds
Default 30
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

tunnel-qinq boolean
Synopsis Enable dot1x tunneling for QinQ tagged packets
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x tunnel-qinq boolean
Treetunnel-qinq
Defaulttrue
Introduced21.2.R1

Platforms

All

tunneling boolean
Synopsis Allow tunneling of untagged 802.1x frames
Contextconfigure port string ethernet dot1x tunneling boolean
Treetunneling
Defaultfalse
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

down-when-looped
Synopsis Enter the down-when-looped context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet down-when-looped
Treedown-when-looped

Description

Commands in this context configure Ethernet loop detection.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

duplex keyword
Synopsis Duplex type for the fast Ethernet port
Contextconfigure port string ethernet duplex keyword
Treeduplex

Description

This command configures the duplex of a Fast Ethernet port when autonegotiation is disabled.

This command setting is ignored if autonegotiation is enabled for the port.

Optionsfull, half
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

efm-oam
Synopsis Enter the efm-oam context
Context configure port string ethernet efm-oam
Treeefm-oam
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

admin-state keyword
Synopsis Administrative state of the EFM OAM operation
Contextconfigure port string ethernet efm-oam admin-state keyword
Treeadmin-state
Optionsenable, disable
Default disable
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

discovery
Synopsis Enter the discovery context
Context configure port string ethernet efm-oam discovery
Treediscovery
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

advertise-capabilities
Synopsis Enter the advertise-capabilities context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet efm-oam discovery advertise-capabilities
Treeadvertise-capabilities

Description

Commands in this context specify settings that enable the advertisement of specific capabilities.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

link-monitoring boolean
Synopsis Advertise link monitoring capabilities to peer
Contextconfigure port string ethernet efm-oam discovery advertise-capabilities link-monitoring boolean
Treelink-monitoring

Description

When configured to true, the link monitoring capability is advertised to the peer through the EFM-OAM protocol.

When configured to false, the router suppresses the advertisement of capabilities to a remote peer.

Defaulttrue
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

dying-gasp-tx-on-reset boolean
Synopsis Enable generation of the Information OAMPDU off-cycle
Contextconfigure port string ethernet efm-oam dying-gasp-tx-on-reset boolean
Treedying-gasp-tx-on-reset

Description

When configured to true, this command enables the generation of the Information OAMPDU off-cycle when the soft reset notification is received by the EFM application.

The local port state remains under the control of the soft reset application and does not change based on the EFM function. If the port is operationally up, then the local node will continue to consider the port as available for service data and forwarding. If the upstream node requires a notification to route around the local node undergoing the soft reset, then a notification must be sent to those nodes. This is a disruptive function.

When both the grace-tx and dying-gasp-tx-on-reset commands are active on the same port, the grace-tx command takes precedence when a soft reset is invoked if the peer vendor OUI being received is 00:16:4D or the configured grace-vendor-oui value.

When configured to false, the generation of the Information OAMPDU off-cycle is disabled.

Defaulttrue
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

grace-tx boolean
Synopsis Enable the sending of Grace TLV for EFM-OAM
Contextconfigure port string ethernet efm-oam grace-tx boolean
Treegrace-tx

Description

When configured to true, the system sends the Nokia Vendor specific Grace TLV in the information PDU after an ISSU or a soft reset. The Grace TLV informs a remote peer to ignore the negotiated interval and multiplier and instead use the new timeout interval.

By default, the command is disabled at the system level and enabled at the port level. Both the system and port level must be enabled to support grace on a specific port. When configured to true, the EFM-OAM protocol does not enter a non-operational state when both nodes acknowledge the grace function. This feature minimizes service interruption by giving the restarting router time to become operationally and administratively up within the grace period.

The peer receiving the Grace TLV must be able to parse and process the vendor-specific messaging. Do not configure grace if the Nokia Vendor Specific Grace TLV is not supported on the remote peer.

When configured to false, the Nokia Vendor Specific Grace TLV is not sent.

Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

hold-time number
Synopsis Wait time before protocol returns to operational state
Contextconfigure port string ethernet efm-oam hold-time number
Treehold-time
Range1 to 50
Unitsseconds
Introduced 16.0.R1

Platforms

All

ignore-efm-state boolean
Synopsis Suppress port state changes for EFM-OAM faults
Contextconfigure port string ethernet efm-oam ignore-efm-state boolean
Treeignore-efm-state

Description

When configured to true, the ETH-OAM protocol does not impact the state of the port when there is a failure in the protocol state machine (discovery, configuration, timeout, loops, and so on). There is only a protocol warning message on the port.

When configured to false, the port state is affected by any existing EFM-OAM protocol fault condition.

Defaultfalse
Introduced16.0.R1

Platforms

All

link-monitoring
Synopsis Enter the link-monitoring context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet efm-oam link-monitoring
Treelink-monitoring
Introduced16.0.R4

Platforms

All

errored-frame
Synopsis Enter the errored-frame context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet efm-oam link-monitoring errored-frame
Treeerrored-frame
Introduced16.0.R4

Platforms

All

errored-frame-period
Synopsis Enter the errored-frame-period context
Contextconfigure port string ethernet efm-oam link-monitoring errored-frame-period
Treeerrored-frame-period
Introduced16.0.R4

Platforms

All