ONS 15454 and ONS 15454 SDH Ethernet Configuration Guide R8.5.1 -- Command Reference

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Note: The terms "Unidirectional Path Switched Ring" and "UPSR" may appear in Cisco literature. These terms do not refer to using Cisco ONS 15xxx products in a unidirectional path switched ring configuration. Rather, these terms, as well as "Path Protected Mesh Network" and "PPMN," refer generally to Cisco's path protection feature, which may be used in any topological network configuration. Cisco does not recommend using its path protection feature in any particular topological network configuration.

This appendix provides a command reference for those Cisco IOS commands or those aspects of Cisco IOS commands that are unique to ML-Series cards. For information about the standard Cisco IOS Release 12.4 commands, refer to the Cisco IOS documentation set available at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios124/.

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[no] bridge bridge-group-number protocol {drpri-rstp | ieee | rstp}

To define the protocol employed by a bridge group, use the bridge protocol global configuration command. If no protocol will be employed by the bridge group, this command is not needed. To remove a protocol from the bridge group, use the no form of this command with the appropriate keywords and arguments.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

drpri-rstp

The protocol that enables the Dual Resilient Packet Ring Interconnect (DRPRI) feature of the ML-Series cards.

Note: DRPRI is not supported in Release 7.2.

ieee

IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol.

rstp

IEEE 802.1W Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol.

bridge-group-number

The identifying number of the bridge group being assigned a protocol.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Global configuration

Usage Guidelines

The Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) or Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) can be implemented.

Examples

The following example assigns the protocol to the bridge group with the bridge group number of 100.

Router(config)# bridge 100 protocol rstp 

Related Commands

bridge-group

clear counters

Use this command to simultaneously clear Ethernet interface performance monitoring (PM) counters in Cisco Transport Controller (CTC), Transaction Language One (TL1), and the Cisco IOS CLI. Using Cisco IOS, you can clear counters on a per-interface basis for any interface, except the 802.13 IEEE RPR interface; in that instance, you can only clear all counters for both spans.

The clear counters command can also be executed from CTC by using the Clear button, or from TL1 using a command on the interface. The CTC clearing function allows you to choose between clearing front-end or back-end interfaces. Cisco IOS and TL1 interface clear commands do not have this ability.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

The default is for PM counters not to be cleared.

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to the ML100T-12, ML1000-2, and ML-MR-10 cards on the ONS 15454.

Examples

Router#clear counters
Clear "show interface" counters on all interfaces [confirm]
Router#  

Related Commands

show interface

[no] clock auto

Use the clock auto command to determine whether the system clock parameters are configured automatically from the TCC2/TCC2P card. When enabled, both daylight savings time and time zone are automatically configured, and the system clock is periodically synchronized to the TCC2/TCC2P card. Use the no form of the command to disable this feature.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

The default setting is clock auto.

Command Modes

Global configuration

Usage Guidelines

The no form of the command is required before any manual configuration of summertime, timezone, or clock. The no form of the command is required if Network Time Protocol (NTP) is configured in Cisco IOS. The ONS 15454 SONET/SDH is also configured through Cisco Transport Controller (CTC) to use a NTP or Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) server to set the date and time of the node.

Examples

Router(config)# no clock auto 

Related Commands

clock timezone

clock set

interface spr 1

Use this command to create a shared packet ring (SPR) interface on an ML-Series card for a resilient packet ring (RPR) in Cisco proprietary RPR mode. If the interface has already been created, this command enters spr interface configuration mode. The only valid spr interface number is 1.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Global configuration

Usage Guidelines

The command allows the user to create a virtual interface for the Cisco proprietary RPR/SPR. Commands such as spr wrap or spr station-id can then be applied to the proprietary RPR through SPR configuration command mode.

In this command, interface can be shortened to int.

Examples

The following example creates the shared packet ring interface:

Router(config)# interface spr 1 

Related Commands

spr-intf-id

spr station-id

spr wrap

[no] ip radius nas-ip-address {hostname | ip-address}

The ML-Series card allows the user to configure a separate nas-ip-address for each ML-Series card. This allows the Remote Authentication Dial In User Services (RADIUS) server to distinguish among individual ML-Series card in the same ONS node. If there is only one ML-Series card in the ONS node, this command does not provide any advantage. The public IP address of the ONS node serves as the nas-ip-address in the RADIUS packet sent to the server.

Identifying the specific ML-Series card that sent the request to the server can be useful in debugging from the server. The nas-ip-address is primarily used for validation of the RADIUS authorization and accounting requests.

If this value is not configured, the nas-ip-address is filled in by the normal Cisco IOS mechanism using the value configured by the ip radius-source command. If no value is specified, then the best IP address that routes to the server is used. If no address routing to the server is available, the IP address of the server is used.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

hostname

The host name of the ML card as defined by "hostname" command.

ip-address

The IP address assigned to one of the ML interfaces, usually a front-end interface such as Fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Global configuration

Usage Guidelines

This command allows the user to specify the IP address or hostname of attribute 4 (nas-ip-address) in the radius packet.

Examples

The following example creates an IP address for attribute 4 of the RADIUS packet:

Router# configure terminal
Router(config)# [no] ip radius nas-ip-address 10.92.92.92

Related Commands

aaa new-model

aaa authentication login

microcode fail system-reload

In the event of a microcode failure, use this command to configure the ML-Series card to save information to the flash memory and then reboot. The information is saved for use by the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (Cisco TAC). To contact TAC, see the Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Global configuration

Usage Guidelines

This command and feature is specific to ML-Series card.

Examples

router(config)# microcode fail system-reload  

Related Commands

N/A

[no] pos pdi holdoff time

Use this command to specify the time, in milliseconds, to hold off sending the path defect indication (PDI) to the far end when a virtual concatenation (VCAT) member circuit is added to the virtual concatenation group (VCG). Use the no form of the command to use the default value.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

time

Delay time in milliseconds, 100 to 1,000

Defaults

The default value is 100 milliseconds.

Command Modes

Interface configuration mode (packet-over-SONET/SDH [POS] only)

Usage Guidelines

This value is normally configured to match the setting on the peer terminal equipment (PTE). The time granularity for this command is 1 millisecond.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Gateway(config)# int pos0
Gateway(config-if)# pos pdi holdoff 500 

Related Commands

pos trigger defects

[no] pos report alarm

Use this command to specify which alarms/signals are logged to the console. This command has no effect on whether alarms are reported to the TCC2/TCC2P and CTC. These conditions are soaked and cleared per Telcordia GR-253. Use the no form of the command to disable reporting of a specific alarm/signal.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

alarm

The SONET/SDH alarm that is logged to the console. The alarms are as follows:

all-All link down alarm failures

ber_sd_b3-PBIP BER in excess of signal degrade (SD) threshold failure

ber_sf_b3-PBIP BER in excess of signal fail (SF) threshold failure

encap-Path signal label encapsulation mismatch failure

pais-Path alarm indication signal failure

plop-Path loss of pointer failure

ppdi-Path payload defect indication failure

pplm-Payload label mismatch path

prdi-Path remote defect indication failure

ptim-Path trace indicator mismatch failure

puneq-Path label equivalent to zero failure

Defaults

The default is to report all alarms.

Command Modes

Interface configuration mode (POS only)

Usage Guidelines

This value is normally configured to match the setting on the peer PTE.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Gateway(config)# int pos0
Gateway(config-if)# pos report all   

Related Commands

pos trigger defects

[no] pos trigger defects condition

Use this command to specify which conditions cause the associated POS link state to change. Use the no form of the command to disable triggering on a specific condition.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

condition

The SONET/SDH condition that causes the link state change. The conditions are as follows:

all-All link down alarm failures

ber_sd_b3-PBIP bit error rate (BER) in excess of SD threshold failure

ber_sf_b3-PBIP BER in excess of SF threshold failure

encap-Path Signal Label Encapsulation Mismatch failure

pais-Path Alarm Indication Signal failure

plop-Path Loss of Pointer failure

ppdi-Path Payload Defect Indication failure

pplm-Payload label mismatch path

prdi-Path Remote Defect Indication failure

ptim-Path Trace Indicator Mismatch failure

puneq-Path Label Equivalent to Zero failure

Defaults

The default is to report all conditions. For a list of all conditions, see the list in the Syntax Description.

Command Modes

Interface configuration mode (POS only)

Usage Guidelines

This value is normally configured to match the setting on the peer PTE.

Note: In previous Cisco IOS releases, the pos trigger delay command was used to modify the triggering interval. In Release 7.2, this command is not supported.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Gateway(config)# int pos0
Gateway(config-if)# pos trigger defects all

Related Commands

None

[no] pos scramble-spe

Use this command to enable scrambling.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

The default value depends on the encapsulation.

Encapsulation Scrambling

LEX

pos scramble-spe

PPP/HDLC

no pos scramble-spe

Command Modes

Interface configuration mode (POS only)

Usage Guidelines

This value is normally configured to match the setting on the peer PTE. This command might change the pos flag c2 configuration.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Gateway(config)# int pos0
Gateway(config-if)# pos scramble-spe   

Related Commands

None

protection group group_num

Use this command to create a protection group entity. After you execute this command, the card goes to the config-prot mode. The config-prot mode can be used to configure other parameters for a protection group.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

group_num

Numerical value ranging between 1 and 10.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Protection config

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards.

Examples

Router(config)# protection group 1
Router(config-prot)   

Related Commands

protection-group

protection peer slot

[no] protection group enable

Use this command to enable or disable a protection group for troubleshooting or maintenance purposes. When a protection group is disabled, the card and port protection (CPP) for the group is not operational. By default, the protection group is enabled if a group is already created and the peer slot number is configured.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

Enabled

Command Modes

Protection config

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards.

Examples

Router(config)# protection group 1
Router(config-prot)# protection group enable
Router(config-prot)# no protection group enable 

Related Commands

protection group

protection-group group_num

Use this command to add or delete a Gigabit Ethernet interface, port channel interface, or an IEEE 802.17b-based resilient packet ring (RPR-IEEE) interface from the group. By default, all ports are unprotected.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

group_num

Numerical value ranging between 1 and 10.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Interface config

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards.

Examples

Router(config-if)#protection-group 1 

To remove the interfaces from the protection group execute the following command:

Router(config-if)# no protection-group 

Related Commands

protection group

protection peer slot slot_num

Use this command to specify the slot number of a CPP peer card.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

slot_num

Enter values from 1 to 6 and 12 to 17.

Values between 7 to 11 are considered invalid because they are assigned to controller, cross-connect, and alarm interface cards.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Protection config

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards.

Examples

Router(config)# protection group 1
Router(config-prot)# protection peer slot 12 

To remove the configuration of a peer slot number, execute the following command:

Router(config-prot)# no protection peer slot <slot_num> 

Related Commands

None

rpr-ieee atd-timer value

Use this command to configure the attribute discovery (ATD) timer, which controls the frequency of ATD packet transmissions on the IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

value

Value expressed in seconds. Range is 1 through 10.

Defaults

Default is 1 second.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

The ATD timer value is very rarely changed. This is usually done only if other equipment uses a different ATD value or has processor limitations and cannot handle frames at one per second.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
router(config-if)# rpr-ieee atd-timer 1   

Related Commands

None

rpr-ieee fairness weight value

Use this command to configure the fairness weight of an IEEE 802.17b based RPR station.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

value

Number, expressed as an exponent of two. Range is 0 through 7.

Defaults

The default is 0.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

Weighted fairness is used to allow one card greater access (that is, transmission rate) to the ring than other cards have. This command sets the fairness weight of the particular IEEE 702.17b based RPR interface. By default when a ring is congested, fairness controls ring traffic to allow each station the same amount of added traffic (or transmission rate). A higher fairness weight value on one interface allows the station to add traffic at a higher rate during periods of congestion.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee fairness weight 3   

Related Commands

rpr-ieee fairness active weights detect

rpr-ieee fairness mode

[no] rpr-ieee ri foreign

Use this command to control the secondary card laser states and the interface wait to restore (WTR) timer when changing from secondary mode to primary.

Foreign mode indicates that the secondary card's transmit laser(s) are turned off while in standby mode. In turn, the secondary card's partner card does not send traffic through the ring redundant interconnect (RI) interface. The time used to turn the lasers back up causes longer WTR during switchover to primary mode.

If foreign mode is turned off as in the default setting or by using the no form of this command, the secondary card's transmit laser(s) remain turned on while in standby mode, and the RI interface ucode is set to standby. In this case, the secondary card's partner card continues to send traffic through the ring RI interface, and the WTR time during switchover to primary mode is faster.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

The default form is no rpr-ieee ri foreign.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

This command should be used if the ring is connected to a switch.

The no form of the command reduces a traffic outage if there is a switch from a secondary card to a primary. The secondary card stays in active mode during the WTR interval; the primary card is in active mode with the ucode set to standby during the WTR.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# no rpr-ieee ri foreign  

Related Commands

None

rpr-ieee keepalive-timer interval [east | west]

Use this command to configure the keepalive timer configuration on a specific IEEE 802.17b based RPR span (east or west).

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

east

Pertains to configuration for eastbound span traffic.

west

Pertains to configuration for westbound span traffic.

interval

Timer interval expressed in milliseconds. Protection switch keepalive range from 0 to 200 milliseconds.

Defaults

The default is 1 second.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

If a station does not receive fairness frames from its neighboring stations in the ring, the keepalive timer value determines how much time will elapse before a protection event is triggered. The keepalive timer works in tandem with the SONET holdoff timer. You would lengthen both of these timer intervals to avoid double hits when IEEE 802.17b based RPR is running over a SONET-protected network.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee keepalive-timer 100 east 

Related Commands

rpr-ieee protection sonet holdoff-timer

[no] rpr-ieee protection pref jumbo

Use this command to set the IEEE 802.17b based RPR station MTU preference to jumbo Ethernet frames. If all stations on the ring select jumbo preference, the ring MTU is 9,000 bytes; otherwise, it is 1,500 bytes. Use the no form of this command to select normal MTU preference.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

The default is jumbo preference: not set (that is, the ring does not support jumbo frames).

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

Jumbo frame support would be enabled to support frames larger than the standard Ethernet MTU of 1518 bytes across the IEEE 802.17b based RPR ring. In this command, protection can be shortened to prot.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee prot pref jumbo    

Related Commands

None

[no] rpr-ieee protection request forced-switch {east | west}

Use this command to trigger a forced-switch protection event on the specified IEEE 802.17b-based RPR span. Use the no form of this command to clear the switch.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

east

Pertains to configuration for eastbound span traffic.

west

Pertains to configuration for westbound span traffic.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

If the IEEE 802.17b based RPR forced switch is initiated with this command at the command-line interface (CLI), traffic steers away from this span. To clear the force, use the no form of the command.

Note: The command is not cleared if you change the port service state in CTC from OOS,DSBLD (Locked,disabled) to IS/IS,AINS, or OOS,MT (Unlocked,enabled,automaticInService or outofservice Maintenance).

IEEE 802.17b based RPR switching options are similar to the path protection and bidirectional line switched ring (BLSR) protection switching options, but RPR-IEEE switching functions are only available at the CLI and not in CTC.

In this command, protection can be shortened to prot and request can be shortened to req.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee prot req forced-switch east   

Related Commands

rpr-ieee protection request manual-switch

[no] rpr-ieee protection request manual-switch {east | west}

Use this command to trigger a manual-switch protection event on the specified IEEE 802.17b based RPR span. Use the no form of this command to deactivate the switch.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

east

Pertains to configuration for eastbound span traffic.

west

Pertains to configuration for westbound span traffic.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

IEEE 802.17b based RPR switching options are similar to the path protection and BLSR protection switching options, but RPR-IEEE switching is only available at the CLI and not in CTC.

In this command, protection can be shortened to prot and request can be shortened to req.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee prot req manual-switch east 

Related Commands

rpr-ieee protection request forced-switch

rpr-ieee protection sonet holdoff-timer interval {east | west}

Use this command to configure the SONET hold-off timer for a protection event on the specified IEEE 802.17b based RPR span. Use the no form of this command to turn off the SONET holdoff timer.

Note: This command replaces the pos vcat defect {delayed | immediate} command.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

east

Pertains to configuration for eastbound span traffic.

west

Pertains to configuration for westbound span traffic.

interval

Timer interval expressed in milliseconds. Value is a multiple of 10 milliseconds in the range of 0 to 200 milliseconds (for example, interval 2 sets the holdoff timer to 20 milliseconds.

Defaults

The default value is 0 milliseconds.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

This command is used to allow the slower SONET protection mechanisms to take effect ahead of IEEE 802.17b based RPR protection. The SONET holdoff timer works in tandem with the keepalive timer. You could lengthen both of these interval values to avoid double hits when RPR-IEEE is running over a SONET-protected network.

In this command, protection can be shortenened to prot.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee prot sonet holdoff-timer 2  

Related Commands

rpr-ieee keepalive-timer

rpr-ieee protection timer fast rate {east | west}

Use this command to configure the fast protection timer value for the specified IEEE 802.17b based RPR span.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

east

Pertains to configuration for eastbound span traffic.

west

Pertains to configuration for westbound span traffic.

rate

The rate, expressed in milliseconds, at which the fast protection timer sends a protection message. This occurs after a protection event on a particular (east or west) span. Range is 1 to 20 milliseconds.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

This rate determines how quickly the fast protection timer sends a protection message after a protection event occurs.

In this command, protection can be shortened to prot.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee prot timer fast 5 east 

Related Commands

rpr-ieee protection timer slow

rpr-ieee protection timer slow rate {east | west}

Use this command to configure the slow protection timer value on the specified IEEE 802.17b based RPR span.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

east

Pertains to configuration for eastbound span traffic.

west

Pertains to configuration for westbound span traffic.

rate

The rate, expressed in milliseconds, at which the slow protection timer sends a protection message. This occurs after a protection event on a particular (east or west) span. The rate is stated in 100-millisecond increments, with a value of 1 to 10. For example, a rate of 2 would be equivalent to 200 milliseconds.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

This value determines the sending rate of protection messages between protection events.

In this command, protection can be shortened to prot.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee prot timer slow 2 east  

Related Commands

rpr-ieee protection timer fast

rpr-ieee protection wtr-timer {interval | never}

Use this command to configure the amount of time that an IEEE 802.17b based RPR span stays in wait-to-restore (WTR) state before normal service is restored on a span. The never argument configures an RPR-IEEE span WTR timer to disallow the WTR function.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interval

The value, expressed in seconds, for the WTR timer to delay in restoring protection to the IEEE 802.17b based RPR span. Range is 0 to 1440 seconds.

never

Never restore protection. Nonrevertive mode.

Defaults

The default value is enabled, and the default interval is 10 seconds.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

This command can be used to moderate an IEEE 802.17 RPR span that repeatedly changes into and out of a protected state. It is provisioned similarly to the WTR timer used in SONET protection schemes. Use the no argument to configure a span not to go through a WTR period before restoring service during a protection event.

In this command, protection can be shortened to prot.b based

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee prot wtr-timer 50   

Related Commands

None

rpr-ieee flag c2 value

Use this command to specify the SONET C2 byte path overhead values for both IEEE 802.17b based RPR spans.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

value

The bytes that the path signal uses to flag the IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface for faults. The numeric value range is 0 to 255, and the default is 0 (0x1b) for generic framing procedure (GFP) encapsulation.

Defaults

The default is 0x1B, which indicates GFP encapsulation.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

This value would only be changed if you do not want to specify GFP encapsulation for the span. In practical terms, ths term would almost never be changed.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee flag c2 0  

Related Commands

None

rpr-ieee pdi holdoff time interval

Use this command to configure the interval that occurs before a path defect indication (PDI) is raised on an IEEE 802.17b based RPR span.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interval

The period, expressed in milliseconds. The range is 100 to 1,000 milliseconds.

Defaults

The default is 100 milliseconds.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

This command can be used to prevent holdoff timer switching if a PDI is raised on an IEEE 802.17b based RPR span. The PDI is an infrequent occurrence in this kind of span configuration.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int prp-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee pdi holdoff time 100  

Related Commands

None

[no] rpr-ieee report alarm

Use this command to specify which IEEE 802.17b based RPR alarms or signals are logged to the console. Use the no form of the command to disable a particular type of notification.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

alarm

The SONET/SDH object that is logged to the console. The alarms are as follows:

all-All link down alarm and signal failures

encap-Path signal label encapsulation mismatch failure

pais-Path alarm indication signal failure

plop-Path loss of pointer failure

ppdi-Path payload defect indication failure

pplm-Payload label mismatch path

prdi-Path remote defect indication failure

ptim-Path trace indicator mismatch failure

puneq-Path label equivalent to zero failure

sd-ber-b3-PBIP BER in excess of SD threshold failure

sf-ber-b3-PBIP BER in excess of SF threshold failure

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

This command does not determine whether alarms are reported to the TCC2P or whether they are shown in CTC. Conditions that are reported to the CLI console as a result of this command are soaked and cleared per Telcordia GR-253-CORE. Use the no form of the command to disable reporting of a specific alarm/signal.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee report all  

Related Commands

None

[no] rpr-ieee ri {primary | secondary} peer peer-MAC-address

Use this command to set the mode for the IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface and the peer address, or disables the feature. Use the no form to disable the feature.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

primary

Single traffic queue mode.

secondary

Dual traffic queue mode.

peer-MAC-address

The MAC of the alternate station. For a primary station, this command enters the MAC address of the secondary station. For a secondary station, this command enters the primary station MAC address.

Command Default

The default is disabled.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

The peer MAC address is in hexadecimal format. If you change the MAC address, you must repeat this command with the new address.

In this command, interface can be shortened to int. It is not necessary to use the RI term if you are specifically indicating a primary or secondary peer, as in the following example.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee ri mode primary peer 00.24.A4.0E.9A.68  

Related Commands

rpr-ieee ri {primary | secondary} delay interval

[no] rpr-ieee ri {primary | secondary} delay interval

Use this command to change the soak time for a primary card in active mode. Use the no form of this command to set the timer to default.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

primary

Single traffic queue mode.

secondary

Dual traffic queue mode.

interval

Interval that the active mode timer waits before switching to the secondary card. Range is 1,000 to 20,000 milliseconds.

Command Default

The default is 3,000 milliseconds.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

None.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee ri primary delay 1000  

Related Commands

rpr-ieee ri mode {primary | secondary}

[no] rpr-ieee shutdown {east | west}

This command is similar to a rpr-ieee protection request forced-switch {east | west} command on the span. This command is essentially no different in function; it is an easier way to do the same thing.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

east

Specifies a shutdown on the east span of the interface.

west

Specifies a shutdown on the west span of the interface.

Defaults

Default is no shutdown.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

Functionally, there is no difference between this command and the protection request commands.

In this command, shutdown can be shortened to shut.

Note: This command cannot be cleared by transitioning the span state from OOS,DSBLD (Locked,disabled) to IS/IS,AINS/OOS,MT (Unlocked,enabled,automaticInService or Locked,maintenance).

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee shut east   

Related Commands

None

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit high rate [east | west]

Use this command to limit the rate at which Class A1 traffic is transmitted only on a specific (east or west) span.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

east

Pertains to configuration for eastbound span traffic.

west

Pertains to configuration for westbound span traffic.

rate

Value, expressed in Mbps, of the maximum rate a station can use to transmit Class A1 traffic onto a particular (east or west) span. (Class A1 traffic is the Class A traffic in excess of A0.) The rate range is 0 to 1161 Mbps.

Defaults

The default is 5 Mbps.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

Class A1 traffic is used for latency-sensitive traffic, such as voice traffic, that should run at a low rate. This command allows you to control the traffic on a specific span. It applies to only one span. Specifying the span might not be necessary in all cases.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit high 10 east  

Related Commands

rpr-ieee tx-traffic strict

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit medium [east | west]

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit low [east | west]

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit medium rate [east | west]

Use this command to limit the rate that Class B-CIR traffic is transmitted on a specific (east or west) span.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

east

Pertains to configuration for eastbound span traffic.

west

Pertains to configuration for westbound span traffic.

rate

Value, expressed in Mbps, of the maximum rate a station can use to transmit Class B-CIR traffic onto a particular (east or west) span. The rate range is 0 to 1161 Mbps.

Defaults

The default is 5 Mbps.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

This command is used for adding Class B traffic to a specific span. Traffic added at or below the configured rate (for example, at or below 5 Mbps) is Class B-CIR traffic and is not fairness-eligible. Traffic added above the configured rate (for example, above 5 Mbps) is set as class B-EIR traffic and is fairness-eligible. This command is specific to one span and would only be used if necessary to make this distinction.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit medium 2 east  

Related Commands

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit low [rate] {east | west}

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit high [rate] {east | west}

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit reserved

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit reserved rate [east | west]

Use this command to limit the transmission rate of Class A0 reserved traffic on a specific (east or west) span.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

east

Pertains to configuration for eastbound span traffic.

west

Pertains to configuration for westbound span traffic.

rate

Value, expressed in Mbps, of the total bandwidth a station can use to transmit Class A0 traffic onto a particular (east or west) span. Range is 0 to 1161 Mbps.

Defaults

The default is 0 Mbps.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

A0 bandwidth is dedicated and cannot be reused for any other traffic, and thus should be assigned cautiously. This command is specific to one span and would only be used if necessary to make a distinction.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit reserved 5 east 

Related Commands

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit low [rate] {east | west}

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit medium [rate] {east | west}

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit high [rate] {east | west}

rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit reserved [rate]

[no] rpr-ieee tx-traffic strict

Use this command to configure either all or none of the traffic added by the node to have the strict order (SO) bit set on or off in the IEEE 802.17b-based RPR header.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

The default is off.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

By default, the SO bit is turned off. You can turn it on in the IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface with this command if you need to accommodate an application with high sensitivity to out-of-order packets, originating at this node. This command is seldom utilized.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int rpr-ieee 0
Router(config-if)# rpr-ieee tx-traffic strict   

Related Commands

None

[no] rpr-ieee tx-traffic preferred-span {RPR Dest Station mac}{east|west}

Use this command to bypass the shortest-path algorithm for a ringlet selection.

You can specify the preferred span for sending data to a specific RPR destination. The destination is identified by its 48-bit RPR MAC address and the preference is specified as 'east' or 'west,' indicating the respective span.

You can use this command only when the destination is reachable via both the East and West spans (in a closed ring).

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

RPR Dest Station mac

H.H.H 48-bit MAC-address of RPR destination station.

east/west

The preferred span to reach the RPR station mentioned in RPR desination station MAC.

Defaults

None.

Command Modes

IEEE 802.17b-based RPR interface configuration.

Usage Guidelines

None.

Examples

The following command enables you to use east span to reach the RPR Station, 0019.076c.7e22, when West span is the shortest path:

Ml-13-61(config-if)# rpr-ieee tx-traffic preferred-span 0019.076c.7e22 east 

show controller pos interface-number [detail]

Use this command to display the status of the POS controller. Use the detail argument to obtain additional SONET and POS information for the interface. Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

Number of the POS interface (0-1)

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged execxecutive

Usage Guidelines

This command can be used to help diagnose and isolate POS or SONET problems.

Examples

The following example is an example of POS continuous concatenation circuit (CCAT) show controller output.

Router(config)# show controller pos 0
Router# show controller pos 0
Interface POS0
Hardware is Packet/Ethernet over Sonet 
Concatenation: CCAT 
Circuit state: IS 
PATH
  PAIS      = 0         PLOP      = 0         PRDI    = 0         PTIM = 0
  PPLM      = 0         PUNEQ     = 0         PPDI    = 0         PTIU = 0
  BER_SF_B3 = 0         BER_SD_B3 = 0         BIP(B3) = 20         REI = 2
  NEWPTR    = 0         PSE       = 0         NSE     = 0       

Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
Active Defects: None
Alarms reportable to CLI:
PAIS PLOP PUNEQ PTIM PPLM PRDI PPDI BER_SF_B3 BER_SD_B3 VCAT_OOU_TPT LOM SQM 
Link state change defects: PAIS PLOP PUNEQ PTIM PPLM PRDI PPDI BER_SF_B3 
Link state change time   : 200 (msec)

DOS FPGA channel number  : 0
Starting STS (0 based)   : 0
VT ID (if any) (0 based) : 255
Circuit size             : VC4
RDI Mode                 : 1 bit
C2 (tx / rx)             : 0x01 / 0x01
Framing                  : SDH

Path Trace
 Mode            : off          
 Transmit String : 
 Expected String : 
 Received String : 
 Buffer          : Stable
 Remote hostname :                         
 Remote interface:               
 Remote IP addr  :                  

B3 BER thresholds: 
SFBER = 1e-4,   SDBER = 1e-7

5 total input packets, 73842 post-HDLC bytes
0 input short packets, 73842 pre-HDLC bytes
0 input long packets, 0 input runt packets
67 input CRCerror packets, 0 input drop packets
0 input abort packets
0 input packets dropped by ucode

0 total output packets, 0 output pre-HDLC bytes
0 output post-HDLC bytes

Carrier delay is 200 msec


The following is an example of POS virtual concatenation (VCAT) show controller output.
Router# show controller pos 1
Interface POS1
Hardware is Packet/Ethernet over Sonet 
Concatenation: VCAT  
VCG State: VCG_NORMAL 
LCAS Type:NO LCAS 
Defect Processing Mode: IMMEDIATE 
PDI Holdoff Time: 100 (msec) 
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None

***************  Member 1  ***************
ESM State: IS  
VCG Member State: VCG_MEMBER_NORMAL 
  PAIS      = 0         PLOP      = 0         PRDI    = 0         PTIM = 0
  PPLM      = 0         PUNEQ     = 0         PPDI    = 0         PTIU = 0
  BER_SF_B3 = 0         BER_SD_B3 = 0         BIP(B3) = 16         REI = 17
  NEWPTR    = 0         PSE       = 0         NSE     = 0       

Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
Active Defects: None
Alarms reportable to CLI:
PAIS PLOP PUNEQ PTIM PPLM PRDI PPDI BER_SF_B3 BER_SD_B3 VCAT_OOU_TPT LOM SQM 
Link state change defects: PAIS PLOP PUNEQ PTIM PPLM PRDI PPDI BER_SF_B3 
Link state change time   : 200 (msec)

DOS FPGA channel number  : 2
Starting STS (0 based)   : 3
VT ID (if any) (0 based) : 255
Circuit size           : VC4
RDI Mode               : 1 bit
C2 (tx / rx)           : 0x01 / 0x01
Framing                : SDH

Path Trace
 Mode            : off          
 Transmit String : 
 Expected String : 
 Received String : 
 Buffer          : Stable
 Remote hostname :                         
 Remote interface:               
 Remote IP addr  :                  

B3 BER thresholds: 
SFBER = 1e-4,   SDBER = 1e-7
          
***************  Member 2  ***************
ESM State: IS  
VCG Member State: VCG_MEMBER_NORMAL 
  PAIS      = 0         PLOP      = 0         PRDI    = 0         PTIM = 0
  PPLM      = 0         PUNEQ     = 0         PPDI    = 0         PTIU = 0
  BER_SF_B3 = 0         BER_SD_B3 = 0         BIP(B3) = 15         REI = 35
  NEWPTR    = 0         PSE       = 0         NSE     = 0       

Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
Active Defects: None
Alarms reportable to CLI: 
PAIS PLOP PUNEQ PTIM PPLM PRDI PPDI BER_SF_B3 BER_SD_B3 VCAT_OOU_TPT LOM SQM 
Link state change defects: PAIS PLOP PUNEQ PTIM PPLM PRDI PPDI BER_SF_B3 
Link state change time   : 200 (msec)

DOS FPGA channel number  : 3
Starting STS (0 based)   : 24
VT ID (if any) (0 based) : 255
Circuit size           : VC4
RDI Mode               : 1 bit
C2 (tx / rx)           : 0x01 / 0x01
Framing                : SDH

Path Trace
 Mode            : off          
 Transmit String : 
 Expected String : 
 Received String : 
 Buffer          : Stable
 Remote hostname :                         
 Remote interface:               
 Remote IP addr  :                  

B3 BER thresholds: 
SFBER = 1e-4,   SDBER = 1e-7

13 total input packets, 5031 post-HDLC bytes
0 input short packets, 5031 pre-HDLC bytes
0 input long packets, 0 input runt packets
0 input CRCerror packets, 0 input drop packets
0 input abort packets
0 input packets dropped by ucode

13  total output packets, 5031 output pre-HDLC bytes
5031 output post-HDLC bytes

Carrier delay is 200 msec   

Related Commands

show interface pos

clear counters

show controller rpr-ieee interface-number [detail]

Use this command to display the status of the IEEE 802.17b based RPR controller. Use the detail argument to obtain additional SONET and RPR-IEEE information for the interface. Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

Number of the IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface (0-1)

detail

Greater detail per interface.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command can be used to help diagnose and isolate IEEE 802.17b based RPR or SONET problems.

Examples

router# show controller rpr-ieee 0 detail
Interface RPR-IEEE0
Hardware is RPR-IEEE channelized SONET 
RPR Interface Defects:
	PROT ACTIVE = 0         MAX STATION = 0         MIS-CONF = 0         PASSTHRU = 1
  EXCEED A0 RESERVED RATE: RINGLET 0 = 0         RINGLET 1 = 0 
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
East Span   (Ringlet0 TX  Ringlet1 RX)
Framing Mode: GFP 
Concatenation: VCAT 
East Span Defects:
	FS       = 0         SF         = 0         SD      = 0         MS   = 0
	WTR      = 0         MATCH      = 0         KEEPALIVE = 0
	LFD      = 0         CSF        = 0         UPI     = 0 
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
Alarms reportable to CLI: 
PAIS PLOP PUNEQ PTIM PPLM ENCAP PRDI PPDI BER_SF_B3 BER_SD_B3 VCAT_OOU_TPT LOM SQM 

***************  VCG  ***************
VCG State: VCG_NORMAL 
LCAS Type: SW-LCAS 
Defect Processing Mode: IMMEDIATE 
PDI Holdoff Time: 100 (msec)
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
  DEGRADED  = 1        DOWN       = 1        LOA      = 1 

***************  Member 0  ***************
ESM State: IS 
VCG Member State: VCG_MEMBER_NORMAL 
	PAIS      = 0         PLOP      = 0         PRDI    = 0         PTIM = 0
	PPLM      = 0         PUNEQ     = 1         PPDI    = 0         PTIU = 0
	BER_SF_B3 = 0         BER_SD_B3 = 0         BIP(B3) = 30         REI = 0
	NEWPTR    = 3         PSE       = 0         NSE     = 0        ENCAP = 0
	OOU-TPT   = 1         LOM       = 1         SQM     = 1        OOG   = 0
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
Active Defects: None
DOS FPGA channel number  : 0
Starting STS (0 based)   : 0
VT ID (if any) (0 based) : 255
Circuit size           : STS1
RDI Mode               : 1 bit
C2 (tx / rx)           : 0x1B / 0x1B
Framing                : SONET
Path Trace
 Mode            : off 
 Transmit String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
Expected String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
Received String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
 Buffer          : Stable
 Remote hostname : 
 Remote interface: 
 Remote IP addr  : 
B3 BER thresholds: 
SFBER:1e-4, SDBER:1e-7, berMap:0x00, SFBER:0, SDBER:0
BER 1e-3: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:2455, clrTh:1003, BurstMap:0x0003, BurstTh:1188
Counts:0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-4: 
BIP Sum:0, setTh:870, clrTh:201, BurstMap:0x0003, BurstTh:405
    Counts:0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-5: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:358, clrTh:81, BurstMap:0x000F, BurstTh:71
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-6: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x07FF, BurstTh:22
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-7: 
BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-8: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-9: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-10: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:0, clrTh:0, BurstMap:0x0000, BurstTh:0
Counts:
    Over threshold:TRUE, Bursty:FALSE, Clear higher:FALSE, Set level:TRUE

***************  Member 1  ***************
ESM State: IS 
VCG Member State: VCG_MEMBER_NORMAL 
	PAIS      = 0         PLOP      = 0         PRDI    = 0         PTIM = 0
	PPLM      = 0         PUNEQ     = 1         PPDI    = 0         PTIU = 0
	BER_SF_B3 = 0         BER_SD_B3 = 0         BIP(B3) = 22         REI = 0
	NEWPTR    = 3         PSE       = 0         NSE     = 0        ENCAP = 0
	OOU-TPT   = 1         LOM       = 1         SQM     = 1        OOG   = 0
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
Active Defects: None
DOS FPGA channel number  : 1
Starting STS (0 based)   : 1
VT ID (if any) (0 based) : 255
Circuit size           : STS1
RDI Mode               : 1 bit
C2 (tx / rx)           : 0x1B / 0x1B
Framing                : SONET
Path Trace
 Mode            : off
 Transmit String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
 Expected String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
 Received String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
 Buffer          : Stable
 Remote hostname :                         
Remote interface: 
 Remote IP addr  : 
B3 BER thresholds: 
 SFBER:1e-4, SDBER:1e-7, berMap:0x00, SFBER:0, SDBER:0
 BER 1e-3: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:2455, clrTh:1003, BurstMap:0x0003, BurstTh:1188
    Counts:0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-4: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:870, clrTh:201, BurstMap:0x0003, BurstTh:405
    Counts:0, 0, 
Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-5: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:358, clrTh:81, BurstMap:0x000F, BurstTh:71
Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
BER 1e-6: 
BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x07FF, BurstTh:22
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-7: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-8: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-9: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-10: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:0, clrTh:0, BurstMap:0x0000, BurstTh:0
    Counts:
    Over threshold:TRUE, Bursty:FALSE, Clear higher:FALSE, Set level:TRUE
Input CMF Packets 0 
Single bit errors    cHec: 0  tHec: 0  eHec: 0
Multiple bit errors  cHec: 0  tHec: 0  eHec: 0
Out of sync counts: 0
1398002919 input packets dropped by ucode
West Span   (Ringlet0 RX  Ringlet1 TX)
Framing Mode: GFP 
Concatenation: VCAT 
West Span Defects:
	FS       = 0         SF         = 0         SD      = 0         MS   = 0
	WTR      = 0         MATCH      = 0         KEEPALIVE = 0
	LFD      = 0         CSF        = 0         UPI     = 0 
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
Alarms reportable to CLI: 
PAIS PLOP PUNEQ PTIM PPLM ENCAP PRDI PPDI BER_SF_B3 BER_SD_B3 VCAT_OOU_TPT LOM SQM 

***************  VCG  ***************
VCG State: VCG_NORMAL 
LCAS Type: SW-LCAS 
Defect Processing Mode: IMMEDIATE 
PDI Holdoff Time: 100 (msec)
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
  DEGRADED  = 0        DOWN       = 1        LOA      = 0 
***************  Member 0  ***************
ESM State: IS 
VCG Member State: VCG_MEMBER_NORMAL 
	PAIS      = 0         PLOP      = 0         PRDI    = 0         PTIM = 0
	PPLM      = 0         PUNEQ     = 1         PPDI    = 0         PTIU = 0
	BER_SF_B3 = 0         BER_SD_B3 = 0         BIP(B3) = 24         REI = 0
	NEWPTR    = 3         PSE       = 0         NSE     = 0        ENCAP = 0
	OOU-TPT   = 1         LOM       = 1         SQM     = 1        OOG   = 0
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
Active Defects: None
DOS FPGA channel number  : 2
Starting STS (0 based)   : 24
VT ID (if any) (0 based) : 255
Circuit size           : STS1
RDI Mode               : 1 bit
C2 (tx / rx)           : 0x1B / 0x1B
Framing                : SONET
Path Trace
 Mode            : off 
 Transmit String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
 Expected String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
 Received String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
 Buffer          : Stable
 Remote hostname : 
 Remote interface: 
 Remote IP addr  : 
B3 BER thresholds: 
 SFBER:1e-4, SDBER:1e-7, berMap:0x00, SFBER:0, SDBER:0
 BER 1e-3: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:2455, clrTh:1003, BurstMap:0x0003, BurstTh:1188
    Counts:0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-4: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:870, clrTh:201, BurstMap:0x0003, BurstTh:405
    Counts:0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-5: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:358, clrTh:81, BurstMap:0x000F, BurstTh:71
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-6: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x07FF, BurstTh:22
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-7: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-8: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-9: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
BER 1e-10: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:0, clrTh:0, BurstMap:0x0000, BurstTh:0
    Counts:
    Over threshold:TRUE, Bursty:FALSE, Clear higher:FALSE, Set level:TRUE

***************  Member 1  ***************
ESM State: IS 
VCG Member State: VCG_MEMBER_NORMAL 
	PAIS      = 0         PLOP      = 0         PRDI    = 0         PTIM = 0
	PPLM      = 0         PUNEQ     = 1         PPDI    = 0         PTIU = 0
	BER_SF_B3 = 0         BER_SD_B3 = 0         BIP(B3) = 24         REI = 0
	NEWPTR    = 3         PSE       = 0         NSE     = 0        ENCAP = 0
	OOU-TPT   = 1         LOM       = 1         SQM     = 1        OOG   = 0
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
Active Defects: None
DOS FPGA channel number  : 3
Starting STS (0 based)   : 25
VT ID (if any) (0 based) : 255
Circuit size           : STS1
RDI Mode               : 1 bit
C2 (tx / rx)           : 0x1B / 0x1B
Framing                : SONET
Path Trace
 Mode            : off          
Transmit String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
 Expected String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
 Received String : 
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00    ................
 Buffer          : Stable
 Remote hostname : 
 Remote interface: 
 Remote IP addr  : 
B3 BER thresholds: 
 SFBER:1e-4, SDBER:1e-7, berMap:0x00, SFBER:0, SDBER:0
 BER 1e-3: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:2455, clrTh:1003, BurstMap:0x0003, BurstTh:1188
    Counts:0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-4: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:870, clrTh:201, BurstMap:0x0003, BurstTh:405
    Counts:0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-5: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:358, clrTh:81, BurstMap:0x000F, BurstTh:71
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-6: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x07FF, BurstTh:22
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
BER 1e-7: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-8: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-9: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:399, clrTh:89, BurstMap:0x03FF, BurstTh:25
    Counts:0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 
    Over threshold:FALSE, Bursty:TRUE, Clear higher:TRUE, Set level:FALSE
 BER 1e-10: 
    BIP Sum:0, setTh:0, clrTh:0, BurstMap:0x0000, BurstTh:0
    Counts:
    Over threshold:TRUE, Bursty:FALSE, Clear higher:FALSE, Set level:TRUE
Input CMF Packets 0 
Single bit errors    cHec: 0  tHec: 0  eHec: 0
Multiple bit errors  cHec: 2  tHec: 0  eHec: 0
Out of sync counts: 22
88086836 input packets dropped by ucode 

Related Commands

show interface rpr-ieee

show interface pos interface-number

Use this command to display the status of the POS.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

Number of the POS interface (0-1)

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command can be used to help diagnose and isolate POS or SONET/SDH problems.

In this command, interface can be shortened to int.

Examples

Gateway# show interface pos 0
POS0 is up, line protocol is up 
  Hardware is Packet/Ethernet over Sonet
  Description: foo bar
  MTU 4470 bytes, BW 155520 Kbit, DLY 100 usec, 
     reliability 255/255, txload 1/255, rxload 1/255
  Encapsulation HDLC, crc 32, loopback not set
  Keepalive set (10 sec)
  Scramble enabled 
  Last input 00:00:09, output never, output hang never
  Last clearing of "show interface" counters 05:17:30
  Input queue: 0/75/0/0 (size/max/drops/flushes); Total output drops: 0
  Queueing strategy: fifo
  Output queue :0/40 (size/max)
  5 minute input rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec
  5 minute output rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec

     2215 total input packets,  223743 post-HDLC bytes
     0 input short packets,  223951 pre-HDLC bytes
     0  input long packets , 0  input runt packets
     0  input CRCerror packets , 0  input drop packets
     0 input abort packets
     0 input packets dropped by ucode

     0 packets input, 0 bytes
     Received 0 broadcasts, 0 runts, 0 giants, 0 throttles
              0 parity
     0 input errors, 0 CRC, 0 frame, 0 overrun, 0 ignored, 0 abort

     2216  total output packets, 223807  output pre-HDLC bytes
     224003 output post-HDLC bytes

     0 packets output, 0 bytes, 0 underruns
     0 output errors, 0 applique, 8 interface resets
     0 output buffer failures, 0 output buffers swapped out
     0 carrier transitions 

Related Commands

show controller pos

clear counters

show interface rpr-ieee interface-number

Use this command to display the status of chosen IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface. Syntax Description

!P a rameter Description

interface-number

Number of the IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface (0-1)

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command can be used to help diagnose and isolate IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface or SONET/SDH problems.

In this command, interface can be shortened to int.

The rpr-ieee tx-traffic rate-limit high command shows the Class A1 rate range as 0 to 1161 Mbps

Note: If the Class A1transmit rate is set to 5 Mbps , this command does not provide full interface information as it does for other typical values (3, 4, 6, 8, and 10 Mbps).

Examples

router# show interface rpr-ieee 0

RPR-IEEE0 is up, line protocol is up 
  Hardware is RPR-IEEE Channelized SONET, address is 0005.9a3c.59c0 (bia 0005.9a3c.59c0)
  MTU 1500 bytes, BW 96768 Kbit, DLY 100 usec, 
     reliability 255/255, txload 128/255, rxload 128/255
 Encapsulation: RPR-IEEE,
  West Span: loopback not set
  East Span: loopback not set
     MAC passthrough not set 
  ARP type: ARPA, ARP Timeout 04:00:00
  Last input 00:00:00, output never, output hang never
  Last clearing of "show interface" counters never
  Input queue: 0/75/0/0 (size/max/drops/flushes); Total output drops: 0
  Queueing strategy: fifo
  Output queue: 0/40 (size/max)
  West Span:5 minutes output rate 96361986 bits/sec, 76243 packets/sec
 			5 minutes input rate 89824634 bits/sec, 71241 packets/sec
East Span:			5 minutes output rate 71872254 bits/sec, 56867 packets/sec
          			5 minutes input rate 95391157 bits/sec, 75475 packets/sec
 	3402516571 packets input, 4038397818 bytes
	Received 0 broadcasts (0 IP multicast)
	0 runts, 0 giants, 0 throttles
	3 input errors, 0 CRC, 0 frame, 0 overrun, 0 ignored
	0 watchdog, 0 multicast
	0 input packets with dribble condition detected
	1355393210 packets output, 4104587724 bytes, 0 underruns
	0 output errors, 0 collisions, 1 interface resets
	0 babbles, 0 late collision, 0 deferred
	0 lost carrier, 0 no carrier
	0 output buffer failures, 0 output buffers swapped out   

Related Commands

show int pos

show int spr

show ons alarm

Use this command to display all the active alarms on the ML-Series card running the Cisco IOS CLI session.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command can be used to help diagnose and isolate card problems.

Examples

router# show ons alarm
Equipment Alarms
Active: CONTBUS-IO-A CTNEQPT-PBWORK 

Port Alarms
  POS0  Active: None
  POS1  Active: None
  FastEthernet0  Active: None
  FastEthernet1  Active: None
  FastEthernet2  Active: None
  FastEthernet3  Active: None
  FastEthernet4  Active: None
  FastEthernet5  Active: None
  FastEthernet6  Active: None
  FastEthernet7  Active: None
  FastEthernet8  Active: None
  FastEthernet9  Active: None
  FastEthernet10  Active: None
  FastEthernet11  Active: None

POS0

Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None
          
POS1 VCG State: VCG_NORMAL
VCAT Group
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None

Member 0
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None

Member 1
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None   

Related Commands

show controller pos

show ons alarm defect

show ons alarm failure

show ons alarm defect eqpt

Use this command to display the equipment-layer defects.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the set of active defects for the equipment layer and the possible set of defects that can be set.

Examples

router# show ons alarm defect eqpt
Equipment Defects
Active: CONTBUS-IO-B
Reportable to TCC/CLI:
CONTBUS-IO-A CONTBUS-IO-B CTNEQPT-PBWORK CTNEQPT-PBPROT EQPT RUNCFG-SAVENEED ERROR-CONFIG  

Related Commands

show ons alarm failure

show ons alarm defect port

Use this command to display the port-layer defects.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the set of active defects for the link layer and the possible set of defects that can be set. Note that the TPTFAIL defect can only occur on the POS ports and the CARLOSS defect can only occur on the Ethernet ports.

Examples

router# show ons alarm defect port
Port Defects
  POS0
  Active: TPTFAIL
  Reportable to TCC: CARLOSS TPTFAIL
  POS1
  Active: TPTFAIL
  Reportable to TCC: CARLOSS TPTFAIL
  GigabitEthernet0
  Active: None
  Reportable to TCC: CARLOSS TPTFAIL
  GigabitEthernet1
  Active: None
  Reportable to TCC: CARLOSS TPTFAIL
 

Related Commands

show interface

show ons alarm failure

show ons alarm defect pos interface-number

Use this command to display the link-layer defects.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

Number of the interface (0-1)

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the set of active defects for the POS layer and the possible set of defects that can be set.

Examples

router# show ons alarm defect pos 0
POS0
Active Defects: None
Alarms reportable to TCC/CLI: 
PAIS PRDI PLOP PUNEQ PPLM PTIM PPDI BER_SF_B3 BER_SD_B3  

Related Commands

show controller pos

show ons alarm failure

show ons alarm defect rpr [interface-number]

Use this command to display the interface defects on the layer. Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

Number of the interface (0-1)

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the set of active defects for the IEEE 802.17b based RPR and the possible set of defects that can be set.

Examples

router# show ons alarm defect rpr

RPR-IEEE0
Active: None
Reportable to SC:
RPR-PASSTHRU RPR-PROT_ACTIVE RPR-MAX_STATION RPR-MIS_CONF 
RPR-RINGLET0_A0_EXCEED_BANDWIDTH RPR-RINGLET1_A0_EXCEED_BANDWIDTH RPR-RI_PEER_MISSING RPR-RI_FAULT  

Related Commands

show ons alarm

show ons alarm failure eqpt

Use this command to display the equipment-layer failures.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the active failures for the equipment layer. If an EQPT alarm is present, the board fail defect that was the source of the alarm is displayed.

Examples

router# show ons alarm failure eqpt
Equipment
Active Alarms: None  

Related Commands

show ons alarm defect

show ons alarm failure port

Use this command to display the port-layer failures.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the set of active failures for the link layer.

Examples

router# show ons alarm failure port
Port Alarms
  POS0  Active: TPTFAIL
  POS1  Active: TPTFAIL
  GigabitEthernet0  Active: None
  GigabitEthernet1  Active: None 

Related Commands

show interface

show ons alarm defect

show ons alarm failure pos [interface-number]

Use this command to display the link-layer failures.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

Number of the interface (0-1)

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the set of active failures for a specific interface at the POS layer. The display also specifies if an alarm has been demoted, as defined in Telcordia GR-253.

Examples

router# show ons alarm failure pos 0
POS0
Active Alarms : None
Demoted Alarms: None 

Related Commands

show controller pos

show ons alarm defect

show ons alarm failure rpr interface-number

Use this command to display failures on a specific IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

Number of the interface (0-1)

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the set of active failures for a specific IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface. The display also specifies if an alarm has been demoted, as defined in Telcordia GR-253-CORE.

Examples

router# show ons alarm failure rpr

RPR-IEEE0
Active: None 

Related Commands

show ons alarm

show ethernet service instance platform

Use this command to display ethernet flow point (EFP) information such as the EFP status and RPR destination of the card.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards.

Examples

Router# show ethernet service instance platform 
NOTE: EFP status UP/DOWN is determined based on both ingress and egress interface states 
and RPR destination resolving status. EFP status FLAPPING means more than one RPR 
station is advertising this specific P2P service and need to check the network level config.
(*) RPR-destination field is valid only for EFPs configured on RPR interfaces
EFP-ID     Intf  EFP-Status RPR-Destination        
1          Gi0   DOWN       Not applicable         
1          Gi8   DOWN       Not applicable         
30         Gi8   DOWN       Not applicable         
30         RP0   DOWN       aabb.bbbb.cccc (static)   

Related Commands

None

show ons qos output interface interface-number

Use this command to display the hardware queue association of various traffic classes. This command also displays the operating mode of the associated queue. If "service-policy" is not installed on the interface, all the traffic goes through the default queues.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

The interface numbers can be assigned as follows:

  • Gigabit Ethernet: Gn (where n = 0-9)
  • RPR-IEEE: rpr0
  • port-channel: portn (where n = 1-10)

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards on ONS 15454.

Examples

Example of a Gigabit Ethernet interface is as follows:

router# show ons qos output interface G0

Class Name	QoS-Group	Mode	HW Queue No.
ou1	        0	        WRR	0
ou3	        2	        WRR	1
class-default	3	        WRR	3 

Example of a port-channel interface is as follows:

router# show ons qos output interface port5

Class Name	QoS-Group	Mode	HW Queue No.
ou1	        0	        WRR	0
ou3	        2	        WRR	1
ou2	        1	        WRR	2
class-default	3	        WRR	3 

Example of an RPR interface is as follows:

router# show ons qos output interface rpr0

Class Name	QoS-Group	Mode	HW Queue No.
ou1	        0	        WRR	C0
ou3	        2	        WRR	C2
ou2	        1	        WRR	C1
class-default	3	        WRR	C3 

Related Commands

show ons queue counters drop interface

show ons queue counters drop interface interface-number

This command is used to display drops in queues associated with the interface.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

The interface numbers can be assigned as follows:

  • Gigabit Ethernet: Gn (where n = 0-9)
  • RPR-IEEE: rpr0
  • port-channel: portn (where n = 1-10)

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards.

Examples

Example of Gigabit Ethernet interface is as follows:

router# show ons queue counters drop interface G9

Q# 	GREEN_PKTS_DROP	GREEN_BYTES_DROP
0 	0 	         0
1 	0 	         0 
2 	0 	         0 
3 	584402 	         44420312 
		
Q#  	YELLOW_PKTS_DROP YELLOW_BYTES_DROP
0	0 	         0 
1 	0 	         0 
2 	0 	         0 
3 	0	         0 
		
Q# 	RED_PKTS_DROP	RED_BYTES_DROP
0 	0 	         0 
1 	0 	         0 
2 	0 	         0 
3	122203981	 12220398100 

Example of an RPR interface is as follows:

Router# show ons queue counter drop interface RPR-IEEE 0 

RPR-IEEE0

Queues 0-7 are for rpr east span, Queues 8-15 are for rpr west span

HW QUEUE NUMBER 	GREEN PKTS DROPS	GREEN BYTES DROPS
0  (PTQ)	        0 	                0
1 (STQ) 	        0	                0
2 (Class-A) 	        0	                0 
3 (Class-B)	        0	                0 
4 (Class-C0) 	        0	                0 
5 (Class-C1) 	        0	                0 
6 (Class-C2) 	        0	                0 
7 (Class-C3)	        0	                0 
8 (PTQ)   	        0 	                0 
9 (STQ)   	        0 	                0 
10 (Class-A) 	        0	                0 
11 (Class-B) 	        0	                0 
12 (Class-C0) 	        0	                0 
13 (Class-C1) 	        0	                0 
14 (Class-C2) 	        0	                0 
15 (Class-C3)   	0	                0 


HW QUEUE NUMBER 	YELLOW PKTS DROPS	YELLOW BYTES DROPS
0  (PTQ)	        0 	                0
1 (STQ) 	        0	                0
2 (Class-A) 	        0	                0 
3 (Class-B)	        0	                0 
4 (Class-C0) 	        0	                0 
5 (Class-C1) 	        0	                0 
6 (Class-C2) 	        0	                0 
7 (Class-C3)	        0	                0 
8 (PTQ)   	        0 	                0 
9 (STQ)   	        0 	                0 
10 (Class-A) 	        0	                0 
11 (Class-B) 	        0	                0 
12 (Class-C0) 	        0	                0 
13 (Class-C1) 	        0	                0 
14 (Class-C2) 	        0	                0 
15 (Class-C3)   	0	                0 


HW QUEUE NUMBER 	RED PKTS DROPS	RED BYTES DROPS
0  (PTQ)	        0 	        0
1 (STQ) 	        0	        0
2 (Class-A) 	        0	        0 
3 (Class-B)	        0	        0 
4 (Class-C0)     	0	        0 
5 (Class-C1)        	0	        0 
6 (Class-C2)    	0	        0 
7 (Class-C3)	        0	        0 
8 (PTQ)   	        0 	        0 
9 (STQ)   	        0 	        0 
10 (Class-A) 	        0	        0 
11 (Class-B) 	        0	        0 
12 (Class-C0) 	        0	        0 
13 (Class-C1) 	        0	        0 
14 (Class-C2)    	0	        0 
15 (Class-C3)   	0	        0  

Related Commands

show ons queue counters per_q_cntr int

show ons queue counters per_q_cntr int interface-number

Use this command to display per queue packet counters, byte counts, and queue buildup for the specified interface.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

The interface numbers can be assigned as follows:

  • Gigabit Ethernet: Gn (where n = 0-9)
  • RPR-IEEE: rpr0
  • port-channel: portn (where n = 1-10)

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards.

Examples

Example for a Gigabit Ethernet interface is as follows:

router# show ons queue counters per_q_cntr int GigabitEthernet9

Q# 	PACKETS TRANSMITTED 	BYTES TRANSMITTED 	QUEUE BUILDUP/SEC
0	 27 	                9126 	                 0
1 	 0 	                0 	                 0 
2 	 0 	                0 	                 0 
3 	 61156102 	        4654988836 	         110  

Note: Queue Buildup is accumulated for five minutes.

Example for an RPR interface is as follows:

router# show ons queue counters per_q_cntr interface RPR-IEEE 0

RPR-IEEE0

Queues 0-7 are for rpr east span, Queues 8-15 are for rpr west span
HW QUEUE NUMBER	PACKETS TRANSMITTED   	BYTES TRANSMITTED     	QUEUE BUILDUP/SEC
0 (PTQ)	        0	                0	                0
1 (STQ)	        0	                0	                0
2 (Class-A)	0	                0	                0
3 (Class-B) 	0	                0	                0
4 (Class-C0)	0	                0	                0
5 (Class-C1)	0	                0	                0
6 (Class-C2)	0	                0	                0
7 (Class-C3)	0	                0	                0
8 (PTQ) 	0	                0	                0
9 (STQ) 	0 	                0	                0
10 (Class-A)	0 	                0	                0
11 (Class-B) 	0 	                0	                0
12 (Class-C0)	0 	                0	                0
13 (Class-C1)	0 	                0	                0
14 (Class-C2) 	0	                0	                0
15 (Class-C3) 	0 	                0	                0  

Note: Queue buildup is accumulated for five minutes.

Related Commands

show ons queue counters drop interface

show policy-map interface interface-number

Use this command to display Quality of Service (QOS) statistics.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface-number

The interface numbers can be assigned as follows:

  • GigabitEthernet-0-9
  • RPR-IEEE-0
  • port-channel-1-10

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards.

Note: When this command is executed, the class maps that are configured under a policy-map applied to an interface are displayed. This command also displays the number of packets dropped from an output queue, determines if the QOS policy is active on the interface, and determines if the traffic meets the requirements to become a member of the class.

Examples

Example of output service policy:

Router# show policy-map interface gigabitEthernet 9
 
  Service-policy output: out
 
    Class-map: qos1 (match-all)
      0 packets, 0 bytes
      5 minute offered rate 0 bps, drop rate 0 bps
      Match: qos-group 1
      Weighted Fair Queueing
       Bandwidth 30 (%) Max Threshold 5314 (packets)
       (depth/total drops/bytes drops) 0/0/0
 
    Class-map: qos0 (match-all)
      0 packets, 0 bytes
      5 minute offered rate 0 bps, drop rate 0 bps
      Match: qos-group 0
      Weighted Fair Queueing
       Strict Priority Max Threshold 5314 (packets)
       (depth/total drops/bytes drops) 0/0/0
 
    Class-map: class-default (match-any)
      0 packets, 0 bytes
      5 minute offered rate 0 bps, drop rate 0 bps
      Match: any 
      Weighted Fair Queueing
       Bandwidth 20 (%) Max Threshold 5314 (packets)
       (depth/total drops/bytes drops) 0/0/0
 

Example of input service policy:

Router# show policy-map interface gigabitEthernet 8

  Service-policy input: in
 
    Class-map: cos1 (match-all)
      0 packets, 0 bytes
      5 minute offered rate 0 bps, drop rate 0 bps
      Match: cos  1 
      police:
        5000000 bps, 125000 limit, 20000000 bps, 500000 extended limit
        conformed 0 packets, 0 bytes; actions:
         transmit
        exceeded 0 packets, 0 bytes; actions:
         set-cos-transmit 4
        violated 0 packets, 0 bytes; actions:
         drop
 
    Class-map: cos2 (match-all)
      0 packets, 0 bytes
      5 minute offered rate 0 bps, drop rate 0 bps
      Match: cos  2 
 
    Class-map: cos3 (match-all)
      0 packets, 0 bytes
      5 minute offered rate 0 bps, drop rate 0 bps
      Match: cos  3 
 
    Class-map: class-default (match-any)
      0 packets, 0 bytes
      5 minute offered rate 0 bps, drop rate 0 bps
      Match: any  

Related Commands

None

show protection interface interface-name

Use this command to display the protection configuration and the status of an interface. Syntax Description

Parameter Description

interface_name

Name of the Gigabit Ethernet, portchannel, or RPR interface.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards.

Examples

Router# show protection interface GigabitEthernet 0 
Interface GigabitEthernet0:
===========================
Group          	: 1
Port State     	: Active
Port FSM State 	: Active (Port is Active) 
Link not forced down, Link status: UP
 

Related Commands

None

show protection detail | group> group_num

Use this command to display the configuration and status of a protection group. The "detail" option displays all the protection groups and the "group" option displays the protection group you specified.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

detail

Displays all protection groups." and "group" should be set in italics and have the description.

group

Displays the specified protection group (1 to 10).

group_num

Numerical value ranging between 1-10.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command is applicable to ML-MR-10 cards.

Examples

Router# show protection group 1
Protection Group: 1
====================
Peer Slot Number     : 12
Group State          : Active
Group FSM State      : Active (Group is Active)
Peer                 : Present
RPR0 interface       : UP

Interface            State
---------            -------
GigabitEthernet0      Active
Router#
 

Related Commands

None

show rpr-ieee counters

Use this command to display the various packet/byte counters for each span of the IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface. For definitions of ML-Series card statistics, refer to the “Performance Monitoring” chapter in the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET and DWDM Troubleshooting Guide or the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

Defaults can vary by each counter.

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command is primarily a troubleshooting tool. The same counter data is also available through Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) data, the Transaction Language 1 (TL1) interface, and CTC.

Examples

router# show rpr-ieee counters
Data Traffic Counters for Interface RPR-IEEE0
WEST Span:
Transit				Packets		  		Bytes
Total Low Priority		1162649477 			183697386417
Total Med EIR Priority		8936750				1412005236
Total Med CIR+EIR Priority 	48436675 			7653001286
Total High Priority 		17567660			2775677008
Total Multicast			66039554			10435555023
Total Unicast 			1162614609			183690629992

Host Receive			Packets		 		Bytes 
Unicast Low Priority		16147390254			2550939336924
Unicast Med EIR Priority	0				0
Unicast Med CIR Priority	0				0
Unicast High Priority		0				0
Multicast Low Priority		1389170314			219486727447
Multicast Med EIR Priority	0				0
Multicast Med CIR Priority 	0				0
Multicast High Priority		0				0
Broadcast			0				N/A

Total Receive			Packets		     		Bytes
Unicast Low Priority 		17319366142			2736075078618
Unicast Med EIR Priority	0				0
Unicast Med CIR Priority	0				0
Unicast High Priority 		0				0
Multicast Low Priority		1389170314			219488627991
Multicast Med EIR Priority	0				0
Multicast Med CIR Priority	0				0
Multicast High Priority		0				0

Host Transmit			Packets				Bytes
Unicast Low Priority 		18701060600			2954767575274
Unicast Med EIR Priority	0				0
Unicast Med CIR Priority	0				0
Unicast High Priority		0				0
Multicast Low Priority		233345				38183383
Multicast Med EIR Priority	456173838	                72075466404
Multicast Med CIR Priority	48446005			7654468790
Multicast High Priority 	192647108			30438243064
Broadcast			0				N/A
Total Transmit			Packets				Bytes
Unicast Low Priority		19863597488			3138448403894
Unicast Med EIR Priority	0				0
Unicast Med CIR Priority	0				0
Unicast High Priority		0				0
Multicast Low Priority 		268795				45108717
Multicast Med EIR Priority	495672023			78316179634
Multicast Med CIR Priority	57382139			9066377962
Multicast High Priority		210212898			33213637884

Traffic Rate (5 Minutes)	packets/sec			bits/sec
Transit Low Priority 		0				0
Transit Med EIR Priority	0				0
Transit Med CIR+EIR Priority	0				0
Transit High Priority		0				0
Transit Multicast		0				0
Transit Unicast			0				0
Host Receive			71269				90075869
Total Receive			71269				90076596
Host Transmit			76333				96478080
Total Transmit			76332				96478112

Control Frames: 		Received			Transmitted
Control				26155194			8462107
OAM Echo			0				0
OAM Flush			0				0
OAM Org				0				0
OAM SAS Notify			0				0
Topology ATD			1946003				392352
Topology Checksum 		4034923				4034891
Topology Protection		20174268			4034864
LRTT				0				0
FDD				0				0

Received Errors:
0 input errors, 0 CRC, 0 ignored,
0 framer runts, 0 framer giants, 0 framer aborts,
0 mac runts, 0 mac giants, 0 mac ttl strips,
0 non_we drop, 0 ltb_strict drop, 0 htb_strict drop
0 scff errors, 0 bad addr frames, 0 self sourced frames

EAST Span:
Transit				Packets				Bytes
Total Low Priority		2561406909			404771885533
Total Med EIR Priority		19279				3064252
Total Med CIR+EIR Priority	35591				5614688
Total High Priority		32164				5113038
Total Multicast			1389153110			219542479597
Total Unicast			1172313263			185238866568

Host Receive			Packets				Bytes
Unicast Low Priority		6599528894			1042960369924
Unicast Med EIR Priority	11972905593			1891155540262
Unicast Med CIR Priority	1826846617			288560828526
Unicast High Priority		3693986118			583445203252
Multicast Low Priority		42456				9288351
Multicast Med EIR Priority	39498185			6240713230
Multicast Med CIR Priority 	8936134				1411909172
Multicast High Priority		17565790			2775394820
Broadcast 			0				N/A

Total Receive			Packets				Bytes
Unicast Low Priority		7761607024			1226426632416
Unicast Med EIR Priority	11972905600			1891010247740
Unicast Med CIR Priority	1826846617			288584487022
Unicast High Priority		3693986118			583547505106
Multicast Low Priority 		42456				9288351
Multicast Med EIR Priority	39498185			6235011598
Multicast Med CIR Priority	8936134				1411909172
Multicast High Priority		17565790		        2775394820

Host Transmit			Packets				Bytes
nicast Low Priority		6356990298			1004807678284
Unicast Med EIR Priority	7701766350			1216879083616
Unicast Med CIR Priority	1830175717			289167763286
Unicast High Priority		3695903572			583952764376
Multicast Low Priority		233345				38183383
Multicast Med EIR Priority	407714881			64418951198
Multicast Med CIR Priority	96890130			15308640540
Multicast High Priority 	192646933			30438215414
Broadcast			0 				N/A

Total Transmit			Packets				Bytes
Unicast Low Priority		7529228323			1190034710362
Unicast Med EIR Priority	7701766354			1216879084248
Unicast Med CIR Priority	1830175717			289167763286
Unicast High Priority		3695903572			583952764376
Multicast Low Priority 		1389383752			219580264474
Multicast Med EIR Priority	407714881			64418951198
Multicast Med CIR Priority	96890130		        15308640540
Multicast High Priority		192646933			30438215414

Traffic Rate (5 Minutes)	packets/sec			bits/sec
Transit Low Priority		6062				7654634
Transit Med EIR Priority	0				0
Transit Med CIR+EIR Priority	0				0
Transit High Priority		0				0
Transit Multicast		6062				7654634
Transit Unicast 		0				0
Host Receive			75568				95494249
Total Receive			75568				95512522
Host Transmit			56933				71958410
Total Transmit			62992				79613030

Control Frames:			Received			Transmitted
Control				26155236			8462109
OAM Echo			0				0
OAM Flush			0				0
OAM Org				0				0
OAM SAS Notify			0                               0
Topology ATD			1946019				392355
Topology Checksum		4034954				4034891
Topology Protection		20174268			4034864
LRTT				0				0
FDD				0				0

Received Errors:
3 input errors, 0 CRC, 0 ignored,
0 framer runts, 0 framer giants, 0 framer aborts,
0 mac runts, 0 mac giants, 3 mac ttl strips,
0 non_we drop, 0 ltb_strict drop, 0 htb_strict drop 0 scff errors, 0 bad addr frames, 
0 self sourced frames
  

Related Commands

show int rpr-ieee interface-number

show rpr-ieee failure rpr-ieee interface-number

Use this command to display all inputs used to determine the failure state of each span on the IEEE 802.17b-based RPR interface.

Syntax Description

Parameter

Description

interface-number

IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface number. No space is included between rpr-iee and the interface number (for example, rpr-ieee0).

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command is primarily used for troubleshooting. Some of its information overlaps that obtained with show rpr-ieee topology and show rpr-ieee protection commands.

Examples

router# show rpr-ieee failure rpr-ieee0
 Self Detected Failures Information for Interface RPR-IEEE0
Span WEST:
Reported  Debounced  Current  Stable    Debounce
                 state     state      state    for(sec)  delay(sec)
HW missing       IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0 
Layer 1          IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0 
MAC Keepalive    IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0 
Link quality     IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0       
Mate interface   IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0       
Span mismatch    IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0 
Result Self Detect = IDLE
Span EAST:
                 Reported  Debounced  Current  Stable    Debounce
                 state     state      state    for(sec)  delay(sec)
HW missing       IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0 
Layer 1          IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0 
MAC Keepalive    IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0 
Link quality     IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0 
Mate interface   IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0 
Span mismatch    IDLE      IDLE       IDLE     403628    0 
Result Self Detect = IDLE
 

Related Commands

show int rpr-ieee

show rpr-ieee fairness detail

Use this command to display the state information of the fairness state machine for each span of the IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

This command can be used for troubleshooting traffic issues related to fairness weighting or bandwidth usage. It provides deep detail for the fairness state of all IEEE 802.17b based RPR traffic on the interface.

Examples

router# show rpr-ieee fairness detail
IEEE 802.17 Fairness on RPR-IEEE0:
   Bandwidth: 96768 kilobits per second
   Station using aggressive rate adjustment.
Westbound Tx (Ringlet 1)
   Weighted Fairness:
      Local Weight: 0  (1)
   Single-Choke Fairness Status:
      Local Congestion:
         Congested? No
            Head? No
         Local Fair Rate:
            Approximate Bandwidth: 64892 Kbps
            25957 normalized bytes per aging interval
51914 bytes per ageCoef aging interval
      Downstream Congestion:
		Congested? No
            Tail? No
         Received Source Address: 0000.0000.0000
Received Fair Rate:
            Approximate Bandwidth: FULL RATE
65535 normalized bytes per aging interval

Reserved Rate:

      0 Kbps
      0 bytes per aging interval
   Unreserved Rate:
      96768 Kbps
      4838 bytes per aging interval
Allowed Rate:
      Approximate Bandwidth: 96000 Kbps
      4800 bytes per aging interval
   Allowed Rate Congested:
      Approximate Bandwidth: 96000 Kbps
      4800 bytes per aging interval
      TTL to Congestion: 255
      Total Hops Tx: 4
   Advertised Fair Rate:
      Approximate Bandwidth: FULL RATE
65535 normalized bytes per aging interval
      8191 bytes per aging interval
Eastbound Tx (Ringlet 0)
   Weighted Fairness:
      Local Weight: 0  (1)
   Single-Choke Fairness Status:
      Local Congestion:
         Congested? No
            Head? No
         Local Fair Rate:
            Approximate Bandwidth: 0 Kbps
            0 normalized bytes per aging interval
            0 bytes per ageCoef aging interval
      Downstream Congestion:
         Congested? No
            Tail? No
         Received Source Address: 0000.0000.0000
         Received Fair Rate:
            Approximate Bandwidth: FULL RATE
            65535 normalized bytes per aging interval

   Reserved Rate:
      0 Kbps
      0 bytes per aging interval
   Unreserved Rate:
      96768 Kbps
      4838 bytes per aging interval
   Allowed Rate:
      Approximate Bandwidth: 96000 Kbps
      4800 bytes per aging interval
   Allowed Rate Congested:
      Approximate Bandwidth: 96000 Kbps
      4800 bytes per aging interval
      TTL to Congestion: 255
      Total Hops Tx: 4
   Advertised Fair Rate:
      Approximate Bandwidth: FULL RATE
      65535 normalized bytes per aging interval
      8191 bytes per aging interval 
 

Related Commands

show rpr-ieee fairness history

show rpr-ieee fairness history

Use this command to retrievs performance monitoring information about local and downstream IEEE 802.17b based RPR congestion history over a period of up to 24 hours.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to determine whether the local IEEE 802.17b based RPR station has been congested within the past 24 hr and, if so, what the time frame and degree of congestion is. Fairness history aids in managing traffic by allowing you to monitor or diagnose the ring.

Examples

router# show rpr-ieee fairness history
IEEE 802.17 Fairness History on RPR-IEEE0 for last 24 hours:
 Congestion information gathered every 900 second(s)
Westbound Tx (Ringlet 1)
 Local Congestion:
 No.  Time:	Aging Intervals		Seconds			Percent
		Congested / Total	Congested / Total	Congested
Instantaneous:	0 / 30			0 (ms) / 12 (ms)	0%
65  08:01:45:   0 / 2250000             0 / 900			0%
64  07:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
63  07:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
62  07:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
61  07:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
60  06:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
59  06:31:45:	0 / 2250010		0 / 900			0%
58  06:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
57  06:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
56  05:46:45:	0 / 2250020		0 / 900			0%
55  05:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
54  05:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
53  05:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
52  04:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
51  04:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
50  04:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
49  04:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
48  03:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
47  03:31:45:   0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
46  03:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
45  03:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
44  02:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
43  02:31:45:   0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
42  02:16:45:	0 / 2250010		0 / 900			0%
41  02:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
40  01:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
39  01:31:45:   0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
38  01:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
37  01:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
36  00:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
35  00:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
34  00:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
33  00:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
32  23:46:45:	0 / 2250030		0 / 900			0%
31  23:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
30  23:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
29  23:01:45:	0 / 2250090		0 / 900			0%
28  22:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
27  22:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
26  22:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
25  22:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
24  21:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
23  21:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
22  21:16:45:	0 / 2250050		0 / 900			0%
21  21:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
20  20:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
19  20:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
18  20:16:45:	0 / 2250060		0 / 900			0%
17  20:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
16  19:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
15  19:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
14  19:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
13  19:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
12  18:46:45:	0 / 2250090		0 / 900			0%
11  18:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
10  18:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
9  18:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
8  17:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
7  17:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
6  17:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
5  17:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
4  16:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
3  16:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
2  16:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900		        0%
1  16:01:45;	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
96  15:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
95  15:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
94  15:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
93  15:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
92  14:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
91  14:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
90  14:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
89  14:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
88  13:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
87  13:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
86  13:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
85  13:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
84  12:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
83  12:31:45:	0 / 2250100		0 / 900			0%
82  12:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
81  12:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
80  11:46:45:	0 / 2250030		0 / 900			0%
79  11:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
78  11:16:45:	0 / 2250010		0 / 900			0%
77  11:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
76  10:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
75  10:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
74  10:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
73  10:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
72  09:46:45:	0 / 2250070		0 / 900			0%
71  09:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
70  09:16:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
69  09:01:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
68  08:46:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
67  08:31:45:	0 / 2250000		0 / 900			0%
 Downstream Congestion:
 No.  Time     : Aging Intervals    Seconds            Percent
                 Congested / Total  Congested / Total  Congested
 Instantaneous :       0 / 30          0 (ms) / 12 (ms)  0%
  65  08:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  64  07:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  63  07:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  62  07:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0
  61  07:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  60  06:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  59  06:31:45 :       0 / 2250010          0 / 900      0%
  58  06:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  57  06:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  56  05:46:45 :       0 / 2250020          0 / 900      0%
  55  05:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  54  05:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  53  05:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  52  04:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  51  04:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  50  04:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  49  04:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  48  03:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  47  03:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  46  03:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  45  03:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  44  02:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  43  02:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  42  02:16:45 :       0 / 2250010          0 / 900      0%
  41  02:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  40  01:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  39  01:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  38  01:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  37  01:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  36  00:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  35  00:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  34  00:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  33  00:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  32  23:46:45 :       0 / 2250030          0 / 900      0%
  31  23:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  30  23:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  29  23:01:45 :       0 / 2250090          0 / 900      0%
  28  22:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  27  22:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  26  22:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  25  22:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  24  21:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  23  21:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  22  21:16:45 :       0 / 2250050          0 / 900      0%
  21  21:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  20  20:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  19  20:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  18  20:16:45 :       0 / 2250060          0 / 900      0%
  17  20:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  16  19:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  15  19:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  14  19:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  13  19:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  12  18:46:45 :       0 / 2250090          0 / 900      0%
  11  18:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  10  18:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   9  18:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   8  17:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   7  17:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   6  17:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   5  17:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   4  16:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   3  16:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   2  16:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   1  16:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  96  15:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  95  15:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  94  15:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  93  15:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  92  14:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  91  14:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  90  14:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  89  14:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  88  13:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  87  13:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  86  13:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  85  13:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  84  12:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  83  12:31:45 :       0 / 2250100          0 / 900      0%
  82  12:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  81  12:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  80  11:46:45 :       0 / 2250030          0 / 900      0%
  79  11:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  78  11:16:45 :       0 / 2250010          0 / 900      0%
  77  11:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  76  10:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  75  10:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  74  10:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  73  10:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  72  09:46:45 :       0 / 2250070          0 / 900      0%
  71  09:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  70  09:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  69  09:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  68  08:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  67  08:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
Eastbound Tx (Ringlet 0)
 Local Congestion:
 No.  Time     : Aging Intervals    Seconds            Percent
                 Congested / Total  Congested / Total  Congested
 Instantaneous:  0 / 30 	    0 (ms) / 12 (ms)	0%
 65  08:01:45 :  0 / 2250000 	    0 / 900		0%
 64  07:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 63  07:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 62  07:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 61  07:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 60  06:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 59  06:31:45 :	 0 / 2250010	    0 / 900		0%
 58  06:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 57  06:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 56  05:46:45 :	 0 / 2250020	    0 / 900		0%
 55  05:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 54  05:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 53  05:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 52  04:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 51  04:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 50  04:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 49  04:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 48  03:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 47  03:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 46  03:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 45  03:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 44  02:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 43  02:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 42  02:16:45 :	 0 / 2250010	    0 / 900		0%
 41  02:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 40  01:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 39  01:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 38  01:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 37  01:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 36  00:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 35  00:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 34  00:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 33  00:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 32  23:46:45 :	 0 / 2250030	    0 / 900		0%
 31  23:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 30  23:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 29  23:01:45 :	 0 / 2250090	    0 / 900		0%
 28  22:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 27  22:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 26  22:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 25  22:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 24  21:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 23  21:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 22  21:16:45 :	 0 / 2250050	    0 / 900		0%
 21  21:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 20  20:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 19  20:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 18  20:16:45 :	 0 / 2250060	    0 / 900		0%
 17  20:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 16  19:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 15  19:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 14  19:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 13  19:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 12  18:46:45 :	 0 / 2250090	    0 / 900		0%
 11  18:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 10  18:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
  9  18:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
  8  17:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
  7  17:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
  6  17:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
  5  17:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
  4  16:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
  3  16:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
  2  16:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
  1  16:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 96  15:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 95  15:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 94  15:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 93  15:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 92  14:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 91  14:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 90  14:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 89  14:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 88  13:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 87  13:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 86  13:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 85  13:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 84  12:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 83  12:31:45 :	 0 / 2250100	    0 / 900		0%
 82  12:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 81  12:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 80  11:46:45 :	 0 / 2250030	    0 / 900		0%
 79  11:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 78  11:16:45 :	 0 / 2250010	    0 / 900		0%
 77  11:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 76  10:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 75  10:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900	        0%
 74  10:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900	        0%
 73  10:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 72  09:46:45 :	 0 / 2250070	    0 / 900		0%
 71  09:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 70  09:16:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 69  09:01:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 68  08:46:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%
 67  08:31:45 :	 0 / 2250000	    0 / 900		0%

 Downstream Congestion:
  No.   Time   : Aging Intervals    Seconds            Percent
                 Congested / Total  Congested / Total  Congested
 Instantaneous :       0 / 30          0 (ms) / 12 (ms)  0%
  65  08:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  64  07:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  63  07:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  62  07:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  61  07:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  60  06:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  59  06:31:45 :       0 / 2250010          0 / 900      0%
  58  06:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  57  06:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  56  05:46:45 :       0 / 2250020          0 / 900      0%
  55  05:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  54  05:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  53  05:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  52  04:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  51  04:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  50  04:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  49  04:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  48  03:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  47  03:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  46  03:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  45  03:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  44  02:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  43  02:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  42  02:16:45 :       0 / 2250010          0 / 900      0%
  41  02:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  40  01:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  39  01:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  38  01:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  37  01:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  36  00:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  35  00:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  34  00:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  33  00:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  32  23:46:45 :       0 / 2250030          0 / 900      0%
  31  23:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  30  23:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  29  23:01:45 :       0 / 2250090          0 / 900      0%
  28  22:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  27  22:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  26  22:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  25  22:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  24  21:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  23  21:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  22  21:16:45 :       0 / 2250050          0 / 900      0%
  21  21:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  20  20:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  19  20:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  18  20:16:45 :       0 / 2250060          0 / 900      0%
  17  20:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  16  19:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  15  19:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  14  19:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  13  19:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  12  18:46:45 :       0 / 2250090          0 / 900      0%
  11  18:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  10  18:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   9  18:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   8  17:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   7  17:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   6  17:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   5  17:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   4  16:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   3  16:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   2  16:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   1  16:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  96  15:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  95  15:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  94  15:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  93  15:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  92  14:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  91  14:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  90  14:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  89  14:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  88  13:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  87  13:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  86  13:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  85  13:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  84  12:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  83  12:31:45 :       0 / 2250100          0 / 900      0%
  82  12:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  81  12:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  80  11:46:45 :       0 / 2250030          0 / 900      0%
  79  11:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  78  11:16:45 :       0 / 2250010          0 / 900      0%
  77  11:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  76  10:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  75  10:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  74  10:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  73  10:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  72  09:46:45 :       0 / 2250070          0 / 900      0%
  71  09:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  70  09:16:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  69  09:01:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  68  08:46:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
  67  08:31:45 :       0 / 2250000          0 / 900      0%
   

Related Commands

show rpr-ieee fairness

show rpr-ieee protection

Use this command to display the protection state of the local station, along with brief overview of the station's neighbors, timer configuration, and self-detected failures that might contribute to the current state.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to show the current protection status on the ring.

In this command, protection can be shortened to prot.

Examples

 Protection Information for Interface RPR-IEEE0
 MAC Addresses
   West Span (Ringlet 0 RX) neighbor 000b.fcff.9d34
   East Span (Ringlet 1 RX) neighbor 0013.1991.1fc0
   Station MAC address 0005.9a3c.59c0
 TP frame sending timers:
fast timer: 10 msec
     slow timer: 1x100 msec (100 msec)
Protection holdoff timers:
     L1 Holdoff                         Keepalive Detection
     West Span  0x10 msec (  0 msec)    West Span   5 msec
     East Span  0x10 msec (  0 msec)    East Span   5 msec
 Configured protection mode: STEERING
 Protection Status
   Ring is IDLE
   Protection WTR period is 10 sec. (timer is inactive)
     Self Detected Requests               Remote Requests
     West Span IDLE                       West Span IDLE 
     East Span IDLE                       East Span IDLE 
     Distant Requests 
     East Span IDLE                       West Span IDLE
   West Span Failures: none
   East Span Failures: none   

Related Commands

None

show rpr-ieee rate detail

Use this command to display the configured rate limits for each service class of traffic.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to show the configured rates for Class A1, B-EIR, B-CIR, and reserved traffic.

Examples

router# show rpr-ieee rate detail
 Rate Limit Information for Interface RPR-IEEE0
 West Span:
   Reserved Bandwidth (Class A0): 0 Mbps
   Rate Limiter High (Class A1): 20 Mbps
   Rate Limiter Medium (Class B-CIR): 10 Mbps
   Rate Limiter Low (Class B-EIR, C): full
 East Span:
   Reserved Bandwidth (Class A0): 0 Mbps
   Rate Limiter High (Class A1): 20 Mbps
   Rate Limiter Medium (Class B-CIR): 10 Mbps
   Rate Limiter Low (Class B-EIR, C): full
 Service Type: Relaxed
Idle Shaper is Enabled
   Transmit at 500 packets per million when PTQ vacancy above 18432 bytes
   Transmit at 250 packets per million when PTQ vacancy below 18432 bytes   

Related Commands

None

show rpr-ieee topology detail

Use this command to display topology information gathered by the station from the protection and ATD messages received on either span of an IEEE 802.17b based RPR ring.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

Privileged exec

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to obtain an extremely detailed status of the ring, including details about each station's configuration.

Examples

router# show rpr-ieee topology detail
802.17 Topology Display
  RX ringlet0->West span	RX ringlet1->East span
Number of nodes on
      ringlet0: 5	ringlet1: 5
=======================================================================
Local Station Topology Info
=======================================================================
Topology entry: 
  Station MAC address: 0005.9a3c.59c0
   West Span (Outer ringlet RX) neighbor 000b.fcff.9d34
   East Span (Inner ringlet RX) neighbor 0013.1991.1fc0
  Ring Topology: CLOSED (STABLE)
  Containment Active: NO
  A0 class reserved rate: 
      ringlet0: 0 (mbps)	ringlet1: 0 (mbps)
  Ringlet reserved rate: 
      ringlet0: 0 (mbps)	ringlet1: 0 (mbps)
  Ringlet unreserved rate: 
      ringlet0: 96 (mbps)	ringlet1: 96 (mbps)
  Ringlet effective unreserved rate:
      ringlet0: 95.9 (mbps)	ringlet1: 95.9 (mbps)
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Configured protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't support JUMBOS)
  Is revertive: YES
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  ATD timer: 1 sec
  Station Name: ML100T-481
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)

=======================================================================
Topology Map for Outer ringlet 
=======================================================================

=======================================================================
Topology entry at Index 1 on ringlet 0: 
  Station MAC address: 000b.fcff.9d34
  Valid on ringlet0: YES
  Entry reachable: YES
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Preferred protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't supports JUMBOS)
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  Station Name: ML100X-491
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
=======================================================================

Topology entry at Index 2 on ringlet 0: 
  Station MAC address: 0011.2130.b568
  Valid on ringlet0: YES
  Entry reachable: YES
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Preferred protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't supports JUMBOS)
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  Station Name: ML1000-491
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
=======================================================================

Topology entry at Index 3 on ringlet 0: 
  Station MAC address: 0005.9a39.7630
  Valid on ringlet0: YES
  Entry reachable: YES
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Preferred protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't supports JUMBOS)
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  Station Name: ML1000-492
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
=======================================================================

Topology entry at Index 4 on ringlet 0: 
  Station MAC address: 0013.1991.1fc0
  Valid on ringlet0: YES
  Entry reachable: YES
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Preferred protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't supports JUMBOS)
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  Station Name: ML100T-482
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
=======================================================================

Topology entry at Index 5 on ringlet 0: 
  Station MAC address: 0005.9a3c.59c0
	Valid on ringlet0: YES
  Entry reachable: YES
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Preferred protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't supports JUMBOS)
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  Station Name: ML100T-481
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
=======================================================================
Topology Map for Inner ringlet 
=======================================================================

=======================================================================
Topology entry at Index 1 on ringlet 1: 
  Station MAC address: 0013.1991.1fc0
  Valid on ringlet1: YES
  Entry reachable: YES
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Preferred protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't supports JUMBOS)
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  Station Name: ML100T-482
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
=======================================================================

Topology entry at Index 2 on ringlet 1: 
  Station MAC address: 0005.9a39.7630
  Valid on ringlet1: YES
  Entry reachable: YES
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Preferred protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't supports JUMBOS)
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  Station Name: ML1000-492
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
=======================================================================

Topology entry at Index 3 on ringlet 1: 
  Station MAC address: 0011.2130.b568
  Valid on ringlet1: YES
  Entry reachable: YES
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Preferred protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't supports JUMBOS)
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  Station Name: ML1000-491
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
=======================================================================
Topology entry at Index 4 on ringlet 1: 
  Station MAC address: 000b.fcff.9d34
  Valid on ringlet1: YES
  Entry reachable: YES
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Preferred protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't supports JUMBOS)
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  Station Name: ML100X-491
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
=======================================================================

Topology entry at Index 5 on ringlet 1: 
  Station MAC address: 0005.9a3c.59c0
  Valid on ringlet1: YES
  Entry reachable: YES
  Advertised Protection requests: 
      ringlet0: IDLE	ringlet1: IDLE
  Active Edges:
      ringlet0: NO 	ringlet1: NO 
  Preferred protection mode: STEERING
  Jumbo preference: NOT SET (ring doesn't supports JUMBOS)
  Measured LRTT: 0
  Sequence Number: 3
ATD INFO:
  Station Name: ML100T-481
  A0 reserved Bandwidth: 
      ringlet0: 0 mbps	ringlet1: 0 mbps
  SAS enabled: YES
  Weight: 
      ringlet0: 1	ringlet1: 1
  Secondary Mac Addresses: 
        MAC 1: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)
        MAC 2: 0000.0000.0000 (UNUSED)

Related Commands

None

[no] shutdown

Use this command to place a POS or IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface in pass-through mode. This command has no arguments or keywords. Use the no form of this command to reverse the shutdown.

Defaults

The default is not shut down.

Command Modes

POS or IEEE 802.17b based RPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

For GFP and high-level data link control (HDLC) modes, the POS shutdown causes a path alarm indication signal (AIS-P) to be sent to the peer. In RPR-IEEE mode, AIS-P is not inserted toward the peer.

In this command, shutdown can be shortened to shut.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int.

Router(config)# int pos 0
Router(config-if)# shut   

Related Commands

None

spr-intf-id shared-packet-ring-number

Use this command to assign the POS interface to the SPR interface.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

shared-packet-ring-number

The only valid shared-packet-ring-number (SPR number) is 1.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

POS interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

  • The SPR number must be 1, which is the same SPR number assigned to the SPR interface.
  • The members of the SPR interface must be POS interfaces.
  • An SPR interface is configured similarly to a EtherChannel (port-channel) interface. Instead of using the channel-group command to define the members, you use the spr-intf-ID command. Like port-channel, you then configure the SPR interfaces instead of the POS interface.
Note: A similar command, the spr drpri-id [0 | 1] command, is not supported in R7.2.

Examples

In this example, interface is shortened to int. An ML-Series card POS interface is being assigned to an SPR interface with a shared-packet-ring-number of 1:

Router(config)# interface pos 0
Router(config-if)# spr-intf-id 1  

Related Commands

interface spr 1

spr station-id

spr wrap

[no] spr load-balance {auto | port-based}

Use this command to specify the Cisco proprietary RPR load-balancing scheme for unicast packets.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

auto

The default auto option balances the load based on the MAC addresses or source and destination addresses of the IP packet.

port-based

The port-based load balancing option maps even ports to the POS 0 interface and odd ports to the POS 1 interface.

Defaults

The default setting is auto.

Command Modes

SPR interface configuration

Examples

The following example configures an SPR interface to use port-based load balancing:

Router(config)# interface spr 1
Router(config-if)# spr load-balance port-based   

Related Commands

interface spr 1

spr station-id station-id-number

Use this command to configure a station ID.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

station-id-number

The user must configure a different number for each SPR interface that attaches to the Cisco proprietary RPR. Valid station ID numbers range from 1 to 254.

Defaults

N/A

Command Modes

SPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

The different ML-Series cards attached to the RPR all have the same interface type and number, spr1. The station ID helps to differentiate the SPR interfaces.

Examples

The following example sets an ML-Series card SPR station ID to 100:

Router(config)# interface spr 1 
Router(config-if)# spr station-id 100
  

Related Commands

interface spr 1

spr-intf-id

spr wrap

spr wrap {immediate | delayed}

Use this command to set the Cisco proprietary RPR wrap mode to either wrap traffic the instant it detects a link state change or to wrap traffic after the carrier delay, which gives the SONET protection time to register the defect and declare the link down.

Syntax Description

Parameter Description

immediate

Wraps Cisco proprietary RPR traffic the instant it detects a link state change.

delayed

Wraps Cisco proprietary RPR traffic after the carrier delay time expires.

Defaults

The default setting is immediate.

Command Modes

SPR interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

Immediate should be used if Cisco proprietary RPR is running over unprotected SONET/SDH circuits. Delayed should be run for SONET protected circuits, such as BLSR or path protection, or SDH protected circuits, such as subnetwork connection protection (SNCP) or multiplex section-shared protection ring (MS-SPRing). Examples

The following example sets an ML-Series card to delayed:

Router(config)# interface spr 1 
Router(config-if)# spr wrap delayed  

Related Commands

interface spr 1

spr-intf-id

spr station-id

[no] xconnect [destination] [vc-id] [encapsulation mpls]

Use this command at customer-edge (CE) or service provider-edge customer-located equipment (PE-CLE) ingress and egress Ethernet ports, or at dot1Q VLAN subinterfaces with a destination and virtual connection identifier (VC ID) to route Layer 2 packets over a specified point-to-point VC by using Ethernet over multiprotocol label switching (EoMPLS). Use the no form of this command on both edge devices to delete the VC.

Note: This command replaces the mpls l2transport route command.

Syntax Description

destination

The destination label distribution protocol (LDP) IP address of the remote provider edge device. The IP address cannot be an IP address on the route on which the command is entered. The destination is required for the standard form of the command. It cannot be used with the no form of the command.

vc-id

Assign a vc-id for the virtual connection between the two peer provider edge devices. The range is 1 to 4294967295. The vc-id is required for the standard form of the command. It cannot be used with the no form of the command.

encapsulation mpls

Specify the MPLS data encapsulation method.

Note: Though visible in the command-line help strings, the pw-class keyword is not supported.

Defaults

No point-to-point connections are configured by default.

Command Modes

Interface configuration

Usage Guidelines

An MPLS VC runs across an MPLS cloud to connect Ethernet interfaces on two PE-CLE devices at each edge of the service provider network. You must enter the command at the PE device at each edge of the service provider network to establish a bidirectional virtual connection, which consists of two unidirectional label-switched paths (LSPs). A VC is not established if it is not properly defined from both ends.

For the destination parameter, specify the LDP IP address of the other PE-CLE device; do not specify the IP address of the device on which you are entering the command.

The vc-id must be unique for each pair of provider edge devices. Therefore, in large networks, you should keep track of the VC ID assignments to ensure that a VC ID is not assigned more than once.

Examples

This example shows how to establish an EoMPLS tunnel between the PE1 VLAN 3 interfaces and the PE2 VLAN 4 interface. PE1 has IP address 10.0.0.1/32 that PE2 discovers through routing and PE2 has IP address 20.0.0.1/32 that PE1 discovers through routing.

At the PE1 interface:

Switch(config)# interface vlan 3
Switch(config-if)# xconnect 20.0.0.1 123 encapsulation mpls 
 

At the PE2 interface:

Switch(config)# interface vlan 4
Switch(config-if)# xconnect 10.0.0.1 123 encapsulation mpls  

Related Commands

show mpls l2transport route

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