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IP-DSLAM ISAP-2100 Series Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer Craft Interface Operation Manual

Version 1.0 2009/04

OPNET Technologies Co., Ltd.


3F, No.5, Industry E. Rd. IX, Science-Based Industrial Park, Hsinchu, Taiwan, R.O.C. (TEL) 886-3-5788693 (FAX) 886-3-5772320 http://www.opnet.com.tw

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
1.1 1.2 1.3

Preface....................................................................................... 1

Purpose..................................................................................................................1 Organization...........................................................................................................1 Conventions ...........................................................................................................1

Chapter 2
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

ISAP-2100 User Interface ......................................................... 3

User Interface Mode...............................................................................................3 Access via Console Port ........................................................................................3 Access using the Telnet Session............................................................................4 Control Keys ..........................................................................................................4 Menu Tree..............................................................................................................6

Chapter 3
3.1
3.1.1

Quick Start-up ........................................................................... 7

Configure System Connection ...............................................................................8


Display LAN Setting.......................................................................................................... 10

3.2
3.2.1

Modify Relay Agent Setting ..................................................................................11


Processes for Setting Binding Port .................................................................................. 12

3.3 3.4
3.4.1 3.4.2 3.4.3

Enable IGMP Mode..............................................................................................14 Configure ATM Traffic for QoS .............................................................................17


Display ATM Traffic Setting............................................................................................... 17 QoS Types-Shaping.......................................................................................................... 19 QoS Types-Policing .......................................................................................................... 21

3.5
3.5.1 3.5.2

VCL Setting ..........................................................................................................25


Display VCL Setting.......................................................................................................... 25 Add & Modify VCL Setting ................................................................................................ 26

3.6
3.6.1 3.6.2

Set Ethernet Port .................................................................................................28


Activate Ethernet Port....................................................................................................... 28 Display Status of Ethernet Port ........................................................................................ 31

3.7
3.7.1 3.7.2

Set ADSL Port ......................................................................................................32


Modify ADSL Port ............................................................................................................. 32 Display of ADSL Port Setting............................................................................................ 34

3.8
3.8.1 3.8.2

Activate ADSL Port...............................................................................................35


Activate ADSL Port ........................................................................................................... 35 Display Line Configuration of ADSL Port ......................................................................... 36

3.9

Write System Flash ..............................................................................................38

Chapter 4
4.1
4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4

Provision Menu ....................................................................... 39

Bundle Profile Menu.............................................................................................42


Add VCL into Bundle Profile ............................................................................................. 42 Mapping Specified ADSL Ports to Bundle Profile ............................................................ 43 Delete VCL from Bundle Profile ....................................................................................... 44 List Bundle Profile............................................................................................................. 44

4.2

VPMT Profile Menu ..............................................................................................45


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4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4

Configure VPMT ............................................................................................................... 45 Mapping Specified ADSL Port to VPMT Profile ............................................................... 47 Display VPMT Profile........................................................................................................ 49 Delete VPMT Profile ......................................................................................................... 50

4.3
4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3 4.3.4 4.3.5

ADSL Line Profile Menu .......................................................................................51


Configure Line Profile ....................................................................................................... 51 Display Line Profile........................................................................................................... 54 Delete ADSL Line Profile .................................................................................................. 54 Apply ADSL Line Profile ................................................................................................... 55 Display ADSL Port Mapping & Line Profile ...................................................................... 56

4.4
4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3 4.4.4 4.4.5

ADSL Alarm Profile ..............................................................................................57


Configure/Modify ADSL Alarm Profile .............................................................................. 57 Display Alarm Profile ........................................................................................................ 61 Delete Alarm Profile.......................................................................................................... 61 Apply ADSL Alarm Profile................................................................................................. 62 Display ADSL Port & Alarm Profile................................................................................... 63

4.5
4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3

Forwarding Table Menu........................................................................................64


Set Forward Entry............................................................................................................. 64 List Forward Entry ............................................................................................................ 65 Delete Forward Entry........................................................................................................ 65

4.6
4.6.1 4.6.2 4.6.3

MAC Filter Menu ..................................................................................................66


Add MAC Filter ................................................................................................................. 66 List MAC Filter .................................................................................................................. 67 Delete MAC Filter ............................................................................................................. 67

4.7
4.7.1 4.7.2 4.7.3

DFC AccGroup Filter Menu ..................................................................................68


Modify AccGroup Filter ..................................................................................................... 68 List AccGroup Filter .......................................................................................................... 69 Delete AccGroup Filter ..................................................................................................... 69

4.8
4.8.1 4.8.2 4.8.3

VLAN Config Menu ..............................................................................................70


Add VLAN ................................................................................................................ 70 Display VLAN.................................................................................................................... 71 Delete VLAN ..................................................................................................................... 71

4.9
4.9.1 4.9.2 4.9.3 4.9.4 4.9.5 4.9.6 4.9.7 4.9.8 4.9.9

IGMP Config Menu...............................................................................................72


Add IGMP Router Port...................................................................................................... 72 List IGMP Router Port....................................................................................................... 73 Delete IGMP Router Port.................................................................................................. 73 Add IGMP ACL ................................................................................................................. 74 List IGMP ACL .................................................................................................................. 74 Delete IGMP ACL ............................................................................................................. 75 Add IGMP Member ........................................................................................................... 76 List IGMP Member............................................................................................................ 76 Delete IGMP Member ....................................................................................................... 77

4.10

Age Timer Config Menu .......................................................................................77

4.10.1 Modify Age Timer.............................................................................................................. 77 4.10.2 Display Age Timer............................................................................................................. 78

Chapter 5
5.1 5.2

Alarm Menu ............................................................................. 79

List Current Alarms...............................................................................................79 List Alarm History .................................................................................................80

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5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6

Clear Alarm History ..............................................................................................80 Modify Severity and Reporting .............................................................................81 List Severity and Reporting ..................................................................................82 Reset Severity and Reporting ..............................................................................86

Chapter 6
6.1
6.1.1 6.1.2 6.1.3 6.1.4

Status Menu ............................................................................ 87

List System Status................................................................................................87


List Temperature ............................................................................................................... 87 List Fan Status .................................................................................................................. 88 List LED Status ................................................................................................................. 88 List External Alarm............................................................................................................ 89

6.2 6.3 6.4

List Ethernet Port Status ......................................................................................90 List Forwarding Table ...........................................................................................91 List ADSL Port Status ...........................................................................................91

Chapter 7
7.1 7.2
7.2.1 7.2.2 7.2.3

PM Statistic Menu ................................................................... 92

List Ethernet Statistic Menu..................................................................................92 List ADSL Statistic Menu ......................................................................................93


List 15m PM Data ............................................................................................................. 93 List 24h (Day) PM Data .................................................................................................... 95 Clear PM Data .................................................................................................................. 96

Chapter 8
8.1
8.1.1 8.1.2

Testing Menu........................................................................... 97

SELT TEST Menu ................................................................................................99


List SELT Test ................................................................................................................... 99 Stop SELT Test ............................................................................................................... 100

8.2
8.2.1 8.2.2 8.2.3

DELT TEST Menu ..............................................................................................100


Process DELT Test ......................................................................................................... 100 List DELT Test.................................................................................................................101 Stop DELT Test ............................................................................................................... 102

8.3
8.3.1 8.3.2 8.3.3

OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu............................................................................102


Send OAM Loopback ..................................................................................................... 102 Display OAM Loopback .................................................................................................. 103 Clear OAM Loopback ..................................................................................................... 103

Chapter 9
9.1 9.2
9.2.1 9.2.2 9.2.3

Administration Menu ............................................................ 104

Display Version Information Menu .....................................................................105 Date and Time Menu..........................................................................................105


Display Date and Time ................................................................................................... 105 Set Date Menu................................................................................................................ 106 Set Time Menu ............................................................................................................... 106

9.3
9.3.1 9.3.2 9.3.3 9.3.4 9.3.5

Networks Menu ..................................................................................................107


List SNMP Access Communities .................................................................................... 107 Modify SNMP Access Communities ............................................................................... 107 List SNMP Trap Communities ........................................................................................ 108 Modify SNMP Trap Communities ( * ) ............................................................................ 108 Delete SNMP Trap Communities.................................................................................... 109

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9.4

Load Factory Default (*) .....................................................................................109

Chapter 10 Remote Upgrade ................................................................... 110


10.1 10.2 Cable Linkage ....................................................................................................110 Remote Upgrade Procedure ..............................................................................110

10.2.1 Remote Upgrade Command ...........................................................................................111 10.2.2 Reboot Device ................................................................................................................ 112 10.2.3 Error Message Displayed about Loading....................................................................... 112

Chapter 11 Example of Q-in-Q Setting ................................................... 114


11.1 11.2 Configuration Q-in-Q mode ................................................................................114 Procedure of Q-in-Q mode.................................................................................114

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List of Figures
Figure 3-1 Figure 10-1 Elapsed Time of Power Management Example ...................................................................... 37 Cable Linkage ........................................................................................................................110

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List of Tables

Table 3-1 Table 3-2 Table 3-3 Table 3-4 Table 3-5 Table 3-6 Table 3-7 Table 3-8 Table 3-9 Table 3-10 Table 3-11 Table 3-12 Table 3-13 Table 3-14 Table 3-15 Table 3-16 Table 3-17 Table 3-18 Table 3-19 Table 3-20 Table 3-21 Table 4-1 Table 4-2 Table 4-3 Table 4-4 Table 4-5 Table 4-6 Table 4-7 Table 4-8 Table 4-9 Table 4-10 Table 4-11 Table 4-12 Table 4-13 Table 4-14 Table 4-15 Table 4-16 Table 4-17 Table 4-18 Table 4-19 Table 4-20

Configure system IP, Gateway, Mask.........................................................................................8 Display system IP, Gateway, Mask ......................................................................................... 10 Modify Relay Agent ID..............................................................................................................11 Variance Table of DHCP Option 82 Circuit ID ..........................................................................11 Display Relay Agent ................................................................................................................ 12 Enable IGMP Mode ................................................................................................................. 14 Display IGMP Mode ................................................................................................................ 16 Display ATM Traffic.................................................................................................................. 17 Modify & add ATM Traffic ........................................................................................................ 18 Parameters for Shaping .......................................................................................................... 20 Parameters for Policing........................................................................................................... 22 Sub Parameters for Policing ................................................................................................... 23 Display VCL Setting ................................................................................................................ 25 Add & Modify VCL ................................................................................................................... 26 Set Ethernet Port..................................................................................................................... 28 Display Status of Ethernet Port ............................................................................................... 31 Activate ADSL Port.................................................................................................................. 32 Display Status of ADSL Port.................................................................................................... 34 Activate ADSL Port.................................................................................................................. 35 Display Line Configuration ADSL Port .................................................................................... 36 Write System Flash ................................................................................................................. 38 Submenus of Provision ........................................................................................................... 40 Add a Bundle Profile ............................................................................................................... 42 Mapping Bundle Profile to a ADSL port................................................................................... 43 Delete VCL from Bundle Profile .............................................................................................. 44 Display Bundle Profile ............................................................................................................. 44 Configure VPMT...................................................................................................................... 45 Mapping Bundle Profile to a ADSL port................................................................................... 47 Display VPMT Profile .............................................................................................................. 49 Delete VPMT Profile................................................................................................................ 50 Modify ADSL Port Interface Parameters ................................................................................. 51 Display line profile ................................................................................................................... 54 Delete ADSL Line Profiles ....................................................................................................... 54 Apply ADSL Line Profile .......................................................................................................... 55 Display ADSL Port & Line Profile ............................................................................................ 56 Configure/Modify ADSL Alarm Profile ..................................................................................... 57 Display Alarm Profile ............................................................................................................... 61 Delete Alarm Profile ................................................................................................................ 61 Mapping Alarm Profile to ADSL Port ....................................................................................... 62 Display Alarm Profile ............................................................................................................... 63 Set Forwarding Table .............................................................................................................. 64

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Table 4-21 Table 4-22 Table 4-23 Table 4-24 Table 4-25 Table 4-26 Table 4-27 Table 4-28 Table 4-29 Table 4-30 Table 4-31 Table 4-32 Table 4-33 Table 4-34 Table 4-35 Table 4-36 Table 4-37 Table 4-38 Table 4-39 Table 4-40 Table 4-41 Table 4-42 Table 5-1 Table 5-2 Table 5-3 Table 5-4 Table 5-5 Table 5-6 Table 5-7 Table 5-8 Table 5-9 Table 6-1 Table 6-2 Table 6-3 Table 6-4 Table 6-5 Table 6-6 Table 6-7 Table 6-8 Table 7-1 Table 7-2 Table 7-3 Table 7-4 Table 7-5 Table 7-6

List Forwarding Table .............................................................................................................. 65 Delete Forward Entry .............................................................................................................. 65 Add MAC Filter ........................................................................................................................ 66 List MAC Filter......................................................................................................................... 67 Delete MAC Filter .................................................................................................................... 67 Modify AccGroup Filter............................................................................................................ 68 List AccGroup Filter................................................................................................................. 69 Delete AccGroup Filter ............................................................................................................ 69 Add VLAN................................................................................................................................ 70 Display VLAN .......................................................................................................................... 71 Delete VLAN............................................................................................................................ 71 Add IGMP Router Port ............................................................................................................ 72 List IGMP Router Port ............................................................................................................. 73 Delete IGMP Router Port ........................................................................................................ 73 Add IGMP ACL ........................................................................................................................ 74 List IGMP ACL......................................................................................................................... 74 Delete IGMP ACL .................................................................................................................... 75 Add IGMP Member.................................................................................................................. 76 List IGMP ACL......................................................................................................................... 76 Delete IGMP Member.............................................................................................................. 77 Modify Age Timer..................................................................................................................... 77 Delete Age Timer..................................................................................................................... 78 Submenus of Provision ........................................................................................................... 79 List Current Alarms.................................................................................................................. 79 List Alarm History .................................................................................................................... 80 Clear Alarm History ................................................................................................................. 80 Modify Severity and Reporting ................................................................................................ 81 List Severity and Reporting ..................................................................................................... 82 Alarm Description .................................................................................................................. 83 Alarm Threshold Description................................................................................................... 84 List Severity and Reporting ..................................................................................................... 86 Submenus of Status ................................................................................................................ 87 List Temperature Staus............................................................................................................ 87 List Fan Staus.......................................................................................................................... 88 List LED Staus......................................................................................................................... 88 List External Alarm .................................................................................................................. 89 List Ethernet Port Staus .......................................................................................................... 90 List ADSL Port Staus ............................................................................................................... 91 List ADSL Port Staus ............................................................................................................... 91 Submenus of PM Statistic Menu ............................................................................................. 92 List Ethernet Statistic............................................................................................................... 92 List 15m PM Data-Line PM ..................................................................................................... 93 List 15m PM Data- Path PM.................................................................................................... 94 List 24h (Day) PM Data-Line PM ............................................................................................ 95 Clear PM Data......................................................................................................................... 96

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Table 8-1 Table 8-2 Table 8-3 Table 8-4 Table 8-5 Table 8-6 Table 8-7 Table 8-8 Table 8-9 Table 9-1 Table 9-2 Table 9-3 Table 9-4 Table 9-5 Table 9-6 Table 9-7 Table 9-8 Table 9-9 Table 9-10 Table 9-11

Set SELT Testing ..................................................................................................................... 99 List SELT Testing..................................................................................................................... 99 Stop SELT Testing ................................................................................................................. 100 Set DELT Testing................................................................................................................... 100 List DELT Testing .................................................................................................................. 101 Stop DELT Testing................................................................................................................. 102 Send OAM Loopback ............................................................................................................ 102 Display Test Result................................................................................................................ 103 Clear Test Result ................................................................................................................... 103 Administrtion Menu ............................................................................................................... 104 Display Version Information Menu ........................................................................................ 105 Display Date and Time Menu ................................................................................................ 105 Set Date Menu ...................................................................................................................... 106 Set Time Menu ...................................................................................................................... 106 List SNMP Access Communities Menu................................................................................. 107 Modify SNMP Access Communities Menu............................................................................ 107 List SNMP Trap Communities Menu ..................................................................................... 108 Modify SNMP Trap Communities Menu ................................................................................ 108 Delete SNMP Trap Communities Menu ................................................................................ 109 Load Factory Default Menu................................................................................................... 109

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Chapter 1

Preface

This preface introduces the following items:


Purpose Organization Conventions

1.1

Purpose
The purpose of this guide is to provide detailed information and description of ISAP-2100 series IP-DSLAM, which includes software configuration and other specific features.

1.2

Organization
This guide contains the following information:
Preface ISAP-2100 User Interface Initialing the ISAP-2100 Managing the GE Network Uplink Interface Managing the ADSL Subscriber Line Interface Managing the Bridge Interface Managing the VLAN Services Managing the Multicast Services Managing the System Filter Diagnosis and Performance Monitoring Appendix

1.3

Conventions
This section describes the conventions used in this guide. OpnetView Application Software system for Element Management System (EMS), it provides controlling specific IP-DSLAM (Node Element) in the network through IP network with SNMP Protocol, it provide GUI interface for host (PC) to establish point-to-point communication with remote DSLAM through Server. Regarding operaton introduction, it is available by referring to SNMP operation manual.

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Features of Opnet View are list as following:


Provide ability to perform NE (nodes) and ports configuration. Provide monitoring of the status at specific NE (nodes). Provide ability to perform specific functions e.g. Software download (Upgrade), diagnostics. Provide ability to filter (enable/disable) alarm report generation and trap forward. Provide ability to assign a severity level to each monitored alarm conditions.

CIT (Craft Interface Terminal) connection with a local console or Telnet through in-band or out-band IP interface.

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Chapter 2

ISAP-2100 User Interface

This chapter describes the ISAP-2100 user interface, the instructions describes how to using the command-line interface, and also describes the command editing and command history features that enable you to recall previous command entries and edit previously entered commands.
User Interface Mode Access via the Console Port Access using the Telnet Session Command Syntax and Operating Regulation

2.1

User Interface Mode


The ISAP-2100 provides the user access mode to allow user to access, it requires a password with remote Telnet access.

2.2

Access via Console Port


Access to menu mode via the Console Port by appling the hyper terminal directly connected with the following procedure: Step 1 Set the communication parameters of hyper terminal as follows:
Table 2-1 ISAP-2100 Console Management Setting

Parameter

Setting

Baud rate Data bits Parity Start bits Stop bits Flow control

115200 8 None 1 1 None

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Step 2 Connect the hyper terminal to the ISAP-2100 front panel via Console port. Step 3 Press <Enter>.

2.3

Access using the Telnet Session


Remotely access Telnet session onto the assigned IP address of the Network uplink interface. If the IP address has been modified and saved, the Telnet session onto the system will be down. It is necessary to assign the new IP address again. The IP address assigned on Network uplink interface must not be in use with another device on the same network segment to avoid a conflict. The Telnet session required a username and password to access, the default username and password shown on as below: Root A/C User Name: Password: Admin A/C User Name: Password:

root opnet admin admin

2.4

Control Keys
There are some special functional key are available to operate ISAP-2100 series easily. Control keys are listed as below table.
Table 2-2

Command History and Editing Descriptions View the next available selection, same as ] . View the next available selection, same as >. View the previous available selection, same as [. View the previous available selection, same as <.

Control Key > ] < [

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Control Key ? * A or a B or b ENTER ESC

Descriptions Help! Display valid range and available value. Return to Main Menu. List all current alarms. Back to previous menu. Execute the selected command. Back to previous menu or escape from current command.

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2.5

Menu Tree
1. QoS Profile Menu 2. VCL Profile Menu 3. Bundle Profile Menu 4. VPMT Profile Menu 5. ADSL Line Profile Menu 6. ADSL Alarm Profile Menu 7. Forwarding Table Menu 8. MAC Filter Menu 9. DFC AccGroup Filter Menu 10. ENET Config Menu 11. ADSL L1 Config Menu 12. ADSL L2 Config Menu 13. VLAN Config Menu 14. IGMP Config Menu 15. Age Timer Config Menu 15. Age Timer Config Submenu Display Age Time Modify Age Time 1. List Current Alarms 2. List Alarm History 3. Clear Alarm History 4. List Severity and Reporting 5. Modify Severity and Reporting 6. Reset Severity and Reporting 1. 2. 3. 4. List System Status Menu List ENET Port Status List Forwarding Table List ADSL Port Status

1./2./3./4./5./6. Profile ubmenu 1. List Profiles 2. Modify Profiles 3. Delete Profiles

7. Forwarding Table Submenu 1. Set Forward Entry 2. List Forward Entry 3. Delete Forward Entry

Provisioning Menu

8. MAC Filter Submenu 4. List MAC Filter 5. Add MAC Filter 6. Delete MAC Filter

9. DFC AccGroup Filter Submenu 1. List DFC Accelerate Group 2. Modify DFC Accelerate Group 3. Delete DFC Accelerate Group

11. ADSL L1 Config Submenu 1. Apply ADSL Line Profile 2. Apply ADSL Alarm Profile 3. List ADSL Profile Mapping 4. List ADSL Profile Mapping 5. Display ADSL Line Configuration

10.ENET Config 12. ADSL L2 Config Submenu 1. Display Settiing 2. Modify Setting

13. VLAN Submenu 1. List VLAN 2. Add VLAN 3. Delete VLAN

Alarm Menu

Status Menu

1.List System Status Submenu 1. Temperature 2. FAN 3. LEDS 4. External Alarm

PM Statistic Menu Testing Menu

1. List Ethernet Statistic 2. List ADSL Statistic Menu

2.List ADSL Statistic Submenu 1. List 15m PM Data 2. List 24h (Day) PM Data 3. Clear PM Data

14. IGMPConfig Submenu 1. Modify IGMP Config (*) 2. Display IGMP Config 3. List IGMP Router Port 4. Add IGMP Router Port 5. Delete IGMP Router Port 6. List IGMP ACL 7. Add IGMP ACL 8. Delete IGMP ACL 9. List IGMP Member 10. Add IGMP Member 11. Delete IGMP Member

Administration Menu

1. SELT (Single End Line Test) Test Menu 2. DELT (Dual Ends Line Test) Test Menu 3.Network Configuration Submenu 3. OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu 1. Display LAN Setting 2. Modify LAN Setting (*) 1. Display version Information 3. List SNMP Access Communities 2. Date and Time Menu 4. Modify SNMP Access Communities 3. Network Menu 5. List SNMP Trap Communities 4. Write System Flash 6. Modify SNMP Trap Communities 5. Load Factory Default (*) 7. Delete SNMP Trap Communities 6. Remote Upgrade 8. Display Relay Agent Setting (*) 7. Reboot 9. Modify Relay Agent Setting

Remarks: (*) Reboot device after setting

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Chapter 3

Quick Start-up

This chapter describes following processes to start-up device continually. The brief description will be illustrated as below table.
Step
Chapter

Purpose Set IP, Gateway, Mask Set Ethernet type Default: Fast Ethernet Set optional modes: link aggregation, Default: Off Set Host VLAN ID for SNMP management Optional function: see Note. Modify relay agent for Binding port. Optional function: see Note Enable IGMP, Default: Off Set IGMP Version/ IGMP ACL Mode Set ATM traffic QoS Set VCL profile

Directory

Note

1st

3.1

6. Administration Menu> 3.Network Menu>2. Modify LAN Setting (*)

nd

3.2

1 6. Administration Menu> 3.Network Menu> 9. Modify Relay Agent Setting (*) 2 1 2

rd

3.3

1.Provisioning Menu >14.IGMP Config Menu>1.Modify IGMP Config (*) 1.Provisioning Menu>1.Qos Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles 1.Provisioning Menu >2.VCL Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles 1.Provisioning Menu >10.ENET Config Menu>2.Modify Setting 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>2.Modify Setting 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu>5.ADSL Line Configuration 6. Administration Menu> 4.Write System Flash Menu

4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th

3.4 3.5

3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9

Set Ethernet ports Set ADSL ports ADSL Line Activate Write System flash

Note: 1: Reboot device to activate required settings (see commands with sign *). Recommend that above settings could be set together then execute Write System flash. reboot Finally reboot device once at convenience. 2: It stands for optional function. To apply optional setting depends on application.

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3.1

Configure System Connection


Assign the specified IP to each ISAP series product. Finishing this step, it would be dominated via all kind operations (CIT, Telnet and SNMP). Note: This setting will not be recovered as default setting even though Load Factory Default has been executed.
Table 3-1

Configure system IP, Gateway, Mask

Directory 1 : Main Menu > 1.Administration > 2.Network Menu> 2. Modify LAN Setting Purpose: Example: Configure the Internet connection about IP, gateway and mask.

Network Configurations >>> [1]: 2 Modify LAN Setting (*) Modify LAN Setting? [No]: Yes Link Aggregation [OFF]: OFF Ethernet Type [Giga Auto]: Giga IP Address [10.0.99.98]: 10.0.99.98 Network Mask [255.255.0.0]: 255.255.0.0 Default Gateway [10.0.1.250]: 10.0.1.250 LinkAgg MAC Address[00:00:00:00:00:00]: 00:00:00:00:00:00 Host VLAN ID [16]:7 (Noted:Add same VID into specified Ethernet port) Modify LAN Setting? [No]: No

Parameters Link Aggregation

Descriptions Combine 2 Ethernet ports traffic as link aggregation. Valid option includes: 1. On: Enable link aggregation. 2. Off (Default): Disable link aggregation Configure the Ethernet type which needs to be consistent with DTE or Modem. Valid option includes as below: 1. Fast Ethernet (Default): Specify Fast Ethernet 10/100 BASE-T. 2. Giga: Specify Gigabit Ethernet 1000 BASE-T/X and auto-switchable function between Electrical and optical interface.

Ethernet Type

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IP Address Network Mask Default Gateway Host VLAN ID

It specifies the IP address to be deployed for this NE. It specifies the mask to be deployed for this NE. It specifies the gateway to be deployed for this NE. It specifies a reserved VID for SNMP/ Telnet management purpose.

Noted: Add same VID into specified Ethernet port if it needs to be applied as shown on Directory 43.
Default: 16

Add VLAN about HOST VLAN ID Following step enables user to add a VID 7 to be applied in Ethernet port 1 if Host VLAN ID deal with SNMP / Telnet management packets.
Directory 43: 1.Provisioning Menu >13.VLAN Config Menu >2.Add VLAN Purpose: Configure or modify a VLAN.

Example: LAN Menu >>> [1]: 2 Add VLAN Select Port Type (ENET/ADSL) [ENET]: ENET Select ADSL port index [1]: 1 VLAN ID [0]: 7 TAGGED (ON/OFF) [OFF]: ON Add VLAN ID 7? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Add done.

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3.1.1

Display LAN Setting

Table 3-2

Display system IP, Gateway, Mask

Directory 2: Main Menu > 1.Administration > 2.Network Menu> 2. Display LAN Setting Purpose: Example: Display data about system IP, Gateway, Mask.

Network Configurations >>> [2]: 1 Display LAN Setting LAN Setting ------------------------------------Ethernet Type :Fast Ethernet IP Address :10.0.99.98 Network Mask :255.255.0.0 Default Gateway :10.0.1.250 Host VLAN ID : 7

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3.2

Modify Relay Agent Setting


The 2nd step enables users to modify Relay Agent ID for binding port setting if Binding Port needs to be applied.
Table 3-3

Modify Relay Agent ID

Directory 3: 1.Provisioning Menu >6.Admininstration Menu>3.Network Menu>9.Modify Relay Agent Setting Purpose: Modify Relay Agent ID to apply binding port setting Example:

Network Menu >>> [1]: 9 Modify Relay Agent Setting (*) Modify Relay Agent Setting? [No]: Yes Enter Circuit ID: []:Circuit 1-${Line}/${VPI}:${VCI}/${Vid} Modify Relay Agent Setting? [No]: Yes
Parameters Circuit ID Descriptions It specifies unique ID to distinguish which devices that traffic come from. Combination format: string- ${Line}:${VPI}:${VCI}:${Vid} (refer to Table 3-4). Acceptable signs include: /,,,: ,\ and so on. Default: Null Variance Table of DHCP Option 82 Circuit ID Description String Line VPI VCI Remark Length: 255 characters Display Channel (1~N) 0~4095 1~65535

Table 3-4

Input Variance Characters ${Line} ${VPI} ${VCI} ${Vid}

VLAN ID of the bridge VLAN ID (Default VID would be applied if port no VLAN ID has been set.)

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Table 3-5

Display Relay Agent

Directory 4: 1.Provisioning Menu>6.Admininstration Menu>3.Network Menu>8.List Relay Agent Setting Purpose: Display relay agent setting. Example:

Network Menu >>> [1]: 8 Display Relay Agent Setting Relay Agent Setting ----------------------------Circuit ID: : Circuit 1-${Line}/${VPI}:${VCI}/${Vid}

3.2.1

Processes for Setting Binding Port After finishing Relay Agent Setting, following steps need to be processed: The step 1: add DHCP and PPPOE into a new group index (ex.ID:2) of DFC AccGroup Filter (refer to Directory 40: 1.Provisioning Menu >9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >2.Modify DFC Accelerate Group). The step 2: Assign specified ADSL port (ex.1) to apply that group ID index (2) of DFC AccGroup Filter (refer to Directory 13: 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>2.Modify Setting) see below example.

Directory 13 : 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>2.Modify Setting


Purpose: Configure the specified ADSL Port to apply desired parameters, such as VID, Tag. VCL/VPMT/Bundle profile, DFC accGroup index.

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Example: ADSL L2 Config Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Setting Select ADSL port index [1]: 1 Modify ADSL Port 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Ingress filter (ON/OFF) [ON ]: ON Input tag (UNTAGGED/TAGGED/ALL/NONE) [ALL]: ALL Output tag (YES/NO) [NO]: NO Max mac (1~4096) [10]: 10 VPMT mode (NO VPMT/SINGLE VC/MULTI VC) [NO VPMT]: NO VPMT VPMT scheduling (Strict-Priority/Mixed) [Strict-Priority]: Strict-Priority VLAN stacking mode (ON/OFF) [OFF]: OFF VLAN tunneling mode (ON/OFF) [OFF]: OFF DFC Group index [0]: 2 DFC AccGroup index [0]:2 (Modify this parameter via command Directory 40: 1.Provisioning Menu >9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >2.Modify DFC Accelerate Group) Protocol based VLAN (YES/NO) [NO]: NO TX Profile type (VCL/BUNDLE/VPMT) [VCL]: VCL TX Selected Profile index [1]: 1 RX Profile type (VCL/BUNDLE) [VCL]: VCL RX Selected Profile index [1]: 1 Modify ADSL Port 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done.

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3.3

Enable IGMP Mode


The 3rd step enables users to run IGMP. It is necessary to rebooting ISAP-2100 after finishing below settings:
Table 3-6

Enable IGMP Mode

Directory 5: 1.Provisioning Menu >14.IGMP Config Menu>1.Modify IGMP Config (*) Purpose: (A) Activate IGMP mode. (B) Select IGMP version which includes 1/2/3. (C) Select the mode of Access Control List (ACL) to be dealed with. Example:

IGMP Menu >>> [1]: 1 Modify IGMP Config (*) Modify IGMP Setting? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes IGMP Enable (ON/OFF) [OFF]: ON Version [2]: 2 Acl Mode [ON ]: ON Filter Mode [ON ]: ON Proxy Mode [ON ]: ON Robustness Variable [0]: 0 Max Router Ports [10]: 10 Modify IGMP Setting? [No]: Yes Modify done. This command will effect after system reboot!(YES/ON)[No]:Yes Are you sure write settings to system flash(NV-RAM)?[No]:Yes Processing.. It takes about 5 seconds to write settings! Write settings to system flash completed.
Parameters IGMP Enable (ON/OFF) [OFF] Descriptions To enable or disable IGMP mode. (ON/OFF) specifies valid option

includes:
1. On: Enable IGMP mode. 2. Off: Disable IGMP mode [OFF] stands for Default: OFF

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version

1: It specifies IGMP version 1 which refers to RFC 1112 and RFC 2236 for information on IGMP version 1. 2: It specifies IGMP version 2 (typically setting) which supports IGMP Query, Report and Leave packets transferred between IP multicast router/switches andd IP multicast host to learn the IP mulicast group membership. 3: It specifies IGMP version 3, which supports souce filtering, which enables a multicast receiver host to signal to a router which groups it want to receive multicast from, and from which souce this traffic is expected. Valid option includes: 1. On: Enable Acl mode 2. Off: Disable Acl mode Valid option includes: 1. On: Enable filter mode 2. Off: Disable filter mode Default: ON Enable or Disable IGMP proxy mode which divides the network into two parts, router (upstream) side and hosts (downstream) side. For the hosts side, it functions as an IGMP router. On the other hand, the router treats the proxy as it was one host which registered for some multicast groups.Valid option includes: 1. On: Enable proxy mode. 2. Off: Disable proxy mode. Default: ON It specifies how many former packets will be resent for recovering missing IGMP packets. The default robustness variable value is 2. Valid rang: 0~10. Default: 0 It specifies maximum number of router ports. Valid rang: 1~10. Default: 10

A c l mo d e

Filter Mode

Proxy Mode

Robustness Variable

Max Router Ports

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Table 3-7

Display IGMP Mode

Directory 6: 1.Provisioning Menu >14.IGMP Config Menu>2.Display IGMP Config Purpose: Display IGMP setting after finish setting. Below example is the default setting about IGMP

Example: IGMP Menu

>>> [1]: 2 Display IGMP Config IGMP Setting ----------------------------IGMP Enable :OFF -----------------------------Version :2 ACL Mode :ON Filter Mode :ON Proxy Mode :ON Robustness Variable :0 Max Router Ports :10

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3.4

Configure ATM Traffic for QoS


The 4th step enables users to configure and modify the ATM traffic QoS. However, this step could be skipped if no advanced requirements compare to default setting (see Table 3-8 ). As for other special QoS applications, refer to & Chapter 3.4.2, Chapter 3.4.3. This session contains the following information:

Unshaped Traffice Configuration

3.4.1

Display ATM Traffic Setting


Table 3-8 Display ATM Traffic

Directory 7: 1.Provisioning Menu>1.Qos Profile Menu>1. Display Profiles Purpose: Example: QoS Profile Menu >>> [1]: 1 List Profiles Index Name -----------------------1 QoS-1 2 QoS-2 Show Profile, index.name [1.QoS-1]: 1.QoS-1 QoS Profile Index : 1 QoS Name : QoS-1 QoS Type : BEST-EFFORT, Unshaped Weight :1 Parameters QoS profile name Descriptions It indicates name of QoS profile. Press hot key [ or ] to select required QoS name to be displayed. Default Qos Name: QoS-1 Display the information about a specified ATM traffic. For this case, Example: indicates details of default value QoS-1.

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Table 3-9

Modify & add ATM Traffic

Directory 8: 1.Provisioning Menu>1.Qos Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles Purpose: Modify & add ATM traffic profiles.

Example: QoS Profile Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Profiles Select an index [1]: 2 Modify profile 2? [No]: Yes QoS Name [QoS-2]: QoS-2 QoS Type [SHAPING-UNSHAPED]: SHAPING-UNSHAPED Weight [1]: 3 QoS Profile Index : 2 QoS Name : QoS-2 QoS Type : BEST-EFFORT, Unshaped Weight :3 Write profile 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done. Parameters Select an index QoS type Descriptions It specifies the index no. of QoS to be added or modified. It specifies the type of traffic. Valid option includes as below and illustrates in Chapter 3.4.2 & 3.4.3. SHAPING-UNSHAPED SHAPING-GFR SHAPING-WFQ, POLICING-CBR, POLICING-GFR, Weight SHAPING-PCR, SHAPING-VBR NRT, SHAPING-CIR POLICING-VBR, POLICING-UBR SHAPING-SCR, SHAPING-UBR PLUS, SHAPING-CIR EIR, POLICING-ABR,

It specifies fair queuing according to weight setting in time of congestion. Valid option: 1~7 Default: 1

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3.4.2

QoS Types-Shaping ATM Quality of Service (QoS) provides the best service on a per-flow guarantee. It used to fix cell sizes and built-in traffic management (traffic shaping). This allows you to fine-tune the levels of services on the priority of the traffic flow. Shaping prevents congestion in network system by monitoring outbound transmission traffic for excess bit rate. It contains follwing items:
Shaping Types Description Related Parameters

PCR

Peak Cell Rate Pea Cell Rate (PCR) is the maximum rate at which the sender can send cells. This parameter may be lower (not higher) than the maximum line speed. 1 Pcr, Cdvt ATM is equal to 53 bytes, so a maximum speed of 832 Kbps gives a maximum PCR of 1962 cells/sec. Sustained Cell Rate

SCR

Sustained Cell Rate (SCR) is the mean cell of each Pcr, Scr, Mbs, bursty traffic source. Specifies the maximum Cdvt average rate at which cells can be sent over the virtual connection.
Guaranteed Frame Rate: A guaranteed frame rate (GFR) connection is defined by a set of dual leaky buckets. GFR traffic parameters to the leaky bucket algorithm (MCR is Pcr, Scr, Mbs, similar to SCR, and BT is a function of PCR, MCR and Cdvt MBS). The GFR connection is inserted to the GFR scheduler queue. Variable Bit Rate (none real time) Unspecified Bit Rate Pcr, Scr, Mbs,Cdvt Mcr, Pcr, Cdvt, Pcr_priority, Mcr_Priority

GVR

VBR-NRT UBR-plus

WFQ

Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ) is a packet scheduling technique allowing guaranteed bandwidth services. The purpose of WFQ is to let several sessions share the Weight, Weight same link. WFQ is an approximation of Generalized fraction Processor Sharing (GPS) which, as the name suggest, is a generalization of Processor Sharing (PS).

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CIR

Rate (CIR) Configuration: Frame relay connections are often given a committed information rate (CIR) and an allowance of burstable bandwidth known as the extended Cir, Cir_polling, information rate (EIR). The provider guarantees that the Cbs connection will always support the CIR rate, and sometimes the EIR rate should be adequate bandwidth. CIR EIR (CIR) Configuration: Frames that are sent in excess of the CIR are marked as discard eligible (DE) which means they can be dropped should congestion occur within the frame relay network. Frames sent in excess of the EIR are dropped immediately.

CIR-EIR

Cir, Cir_polling, Cbs, Eir, Eir_polling

Valid range of above Parameters (excluded ): 0~255 Valid option includes Yes, No.
Table 3-10 Parameters for Shaping

Parameters pcr scr mbs

Descriptions Peak cell rate [cells/sec] Valid range: 0~255, Default: 0 Sustained cell rate. Valid range: 0~255, Default: 0 Maximum burst size. Valid range: 0~255, Default: 0 Cell delay variation tolerance. Valid range: 0~255, Default: 0 It specifies polling mode/speed for this VCL. Determines the treatment of this channel when its data queue is null. Autod: mean auto detected.

cdvt polling_speed / autod

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3.4.3

QoS Types-Policing Policing prevents congestion in network system by monitoring inbound traffic for excess bit rate. It contains follwing:
Policing Types Description Related Parameters 1. Sub Type (see Table 3-12

Sub Parameters for Policing)


Option of Sub Type include: CBR Constant Bit Rate
CBR1, CBR1-D, VBR1, VBR1-D, VBR2, VBR2-D, VBR3, VBR3-DT, ABR, ABR-D, GFR1-D, GFR2, GFR2-D, UBR1, BR1-D, UBR2, UBR2-D, BR2-DT,

Variable Bit Rate: VBR

The Variable Bit Rate (VBR) ATM traffic class is used with bursty connections that used to VBR traffic class can be grouped into real time (rt-VBR) or non-real time (nrt-VBR) connection.

2.Pcr 3.Cdvt 4.Ppd 1.Sub Type (see Table 3-12 Sub Parameters for Policing) 2.Pcr 3.Cdvt 4.Ppd 5.Scr 6.Mbs

ABR

Available Bit Rate ABR connections are used for burst, non-real time traffic such as file transfer in an ATM network. The 1.Sub Type (see Table ABR service category is used by connections that 3-12 Sub Parameters do not require a static amount of bandwidth that is for Policing) continuously available during the connection 2.Pcr lifetime. For ABR service, available bandwidth varies in the network, and feedback is used to 3.Cdvt control the source rate in response to bandwidth 4.Ppd, changes. The feedback is conveyed to the source through specific Resource Management (RM) cells.

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Unspecified Bit Rate:

UBR

The Unspecified Bit Rate (UBR) ATM traffic class is similar to the ABR traffic class for bursty 1.Pcr data transfers. However, while ABR gives 2.Cdvt subscribers a set amount of bandwidth, UBR 3.Ppd doesnt gurarantee any bandwidth and only delivers traffic when the network has spare bandwidth Guaranteed Frame Rate: A guaranteed frame rate (GFR) connection is defined by a set of dual leaky buckets. The first leaky bucket enforces the peak bandwidth by the Peak Cell Rate (PCR) parameter. The second leaky bucket enforces the Minimum Cell Rate (MCR) and the Maximum Burst Size (MBS). Additional parameters are defined as Maximum Frame Size (MFS).

GFR

1.Pcr 2.Scr 3.Mbs 4.Cdvt 5.Polling

Table 3-11

Parameters for Policing

Parameters pcr scr

Descriptions Peak cell rate [cells/sec] Valid range: 0~255, Default: 0 Sustained cell rate. Valid range: 0~255, Default: 0 Maximum burst size. Valid range: 0~255, Default: 0 Cell delay variation tolerance. Valid range: 0~255, Default: 0

mbs

cdvt

polling_speed It specifies polling mode/speed for this VCL. Determines the treatment of / autod> this channel when its data queue is null. Autod: mean auto detected.

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Table 3-12

Sub Parameters for Policing

Sub Parameters CBR1


CBR1-D VBR1 VBR1-D VBR2 VBR2-D VBR3 VBR3_DT

Descriptions Constant Bit Rate; count non-conformant-cells Sustained cell rate; discard non-conformant-cells Variable Bit Rate mode 1; count non-conformant-cells Variable Bit Rate mode 1; discard PCR or SCR non-conformant-cells Variable Bit Rate mode 2 ; count non-conformant-cells Variable Bit Rate mode 2; discard PCR or SCR non-conformant-cells Variable Bit Rate mode 3; count non-conformant-cells Variable Bit Rate mode 3; discard PCR non-conformant-cells and tag SCR non-conformant-cells Available Bit Rate (only PCR is supported) ; count non-conformant-cells Available Bit Rate (only PCR is supported) ; discard non-conformant-cells Guaranteed Frame Rate mode 1; discard non-conformant and ineligible cells Guaranteed Frame Rate mode 2; count non-conformant-cells Guaranteed Frame Rate mode 2; discard non-conformant-cells Unspecified Bit Rate mode 1; count non-conformant-cells Unspecified Bit Rate mode 1; discard non-conformant-cells Unspecified Bit Rate mode 2; count non-conformant-cells Unspecified Bit Rate mode 2; discard non-conformant-cells Unspecified Bit Rate mode 2; discard non-conformant-cells

ABR ABR-D GFR1-D GFR2 GFR2-D UBR1 UBR1D UBR2 UBR2-D UBR2-DT

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Example: of QoS Policing: QoS Profile Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Profiles Select an index [1]:4 Modify profile 4? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes QoS Name [QoS-4]: QoS-4 QoS Type [SHAPING-UNSHAPED]: POLICING-UBR Sub type [VBR2-D]:CBR1 Pcr [0]: 30 Cdvt [232]: 210 Pbd [0]: 33 QoS Profile Index : 4 QoS Name : QoS-4 QoS Type : CLASS-C, Policing UBR Sub type : CBR1 Pcr : 30 Cdvt : 210 Ppd : 33 Write profile 4? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done.

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3.5

VCL Setting
The 5th step enables users to configure and modify a VCL if default VCL profile can not meet requirements. However, this step could be skipped if there is no advanced requirement.

3.5.1

Display VCL Setting This menu enables users to view the detailed VCL setting. Below table displays default value of VCL-1.
Table 3-13 Display VCL Setting

Directory 9: 1.Provisioning Menu >2.VCL Profile Menu>1.List Profiles Purpose: Example: VCL Profile Menu >>> [1]: 1 List Profiles Index Name ------------------------------1 VCL-1 Show Profile, index.name [1.VCL-1]: 1.VCL-1 VCL Profile Index : 1 VCL Profile Name : VCL-1 VCL VPI : 0 VCL Rx QoS Index : 1 VCL Tx QoS Index : 1 VCL Cross Connect ID: 0 VCL VCI : 35 VCL Priority : 0 VCL Encapsulation : LLC VCL VLAN ID : 16 Display the details of VCL.

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3.5.2

Add & Modify VCL Setting

Table 3-14

Add & Modify VCL

Directory 10: 1.Provisioning Menu >2.VCL Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles Purpose: Example: VCL Profile Menu >>> [2]: 2 Modify Profiles Select an index [1]: 2 Modify profile 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes VCL Name [VCL-2]: VCL-2 VCL VPI (0~255) [0]: 1 VCL Rx QoS Profile Index [1]: 255 VCL Tx QoS Profile Index [1]: 255 VCL Cross Connect ID [0]: 65535 VCL VCI (0~65535) [35]: 35 VCL Priority (0~7) [0]: 7 VCL Encapsulation (VCMUX/LLC): [LLC] VCL VLAN ID (0~4094)[16]:5 VCL Profile Index : 2 VCL Profile Name : VCL-2 VCL VPI : 1 VCL Rx QoS Index : 1 VCL Tx QoS Index : 1 VCL Cross Connect ID: 0 VCL VCI : 35 VCL Priority :7 0 VCL Encapsulation (VCMUX/LLC): [LLC] VCL VLAN ID : 5 Write profile 2? [No]: Yes Parameters index Descriptions It specifies VCL profile index. Press hot key [ or ] to select required QoS name. Default: 1 Add & Modify the VCL profile.

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VCL Name

It specifies VCL name Press hot key [ or ] to select required QoS name. Default: VCL-1 It specifies a virtual path identity. Valid range: 0~255. Default: 0 It specifies the received traffic index which refered to the rx traffic descriptor for policing. Valid range: 0~255. Default: 1 It specifies the transmitted traffic index which refered to tx traffic descriptor for shaping. Valid range: 0~255. Default: 1 It specifies the cross connection index which is meanless for ATM-IP conversion. It only meanful for ATM switch. Valid range: 0~65535. Default: 0 It specifies the Virtual connection identity. Valid range: 0~65535. Default: 35 It specifies the priority. Valid range: 0~7 Default: 0 Specified a method of Logical Link Control (LLC) to be complied with Modems setting. 1. LLC (Default): It means "LLC Encapsulation" method which

VCL VPI

VCL Rx QoS Profile Index VCL Tx QoS Profile Index VCL Cross Connect ID

VCL VCI

VCL Priority

VCL Encapsulation

allows multiplexing of multiple protocols over a single ATM virtual connection (VC).
2. Vcmux: It means VC Multiplexing which creates a binding between an ATM VC and the type of the network protocol carried on that VC. Thus, there is no need for protocol identification information to be carried in the payload of each AAL5 CPCS-PDU. This reduces payload overhead and can improve efficiency by reducing the number of cells needed to carry PDUs of certain lengths. VCL VLAN ID

It specifies the VLAN ID. Valid range: 0~4094. Default: 16

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3.6

Set Ethernet Port


The 6th step enables users to set which Ethernet port to be uplink with available functions.

Note:
Following settings about Ethernet Port will not be recoveryed as default value after executing Load Factory Default command. 3.6.1 Activate Ethernet Port
Table 3-15

Set Ethernet Port

Directory 11: 1.Provisioning Menu >10.ENET Config Menu>2.Modify Setting Purpose: Example: ENET Config Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Setting Select ENET port index [1]: 1 Modify ENET Port 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Uplink (YES/NO) [YES]: YES Ingress filter (ON/OFF) [ON ]: ON Input tag (UNTAGGED/TAGGED/ALL/NONE) [ALL]: All Output tag (YES/NO) [NO]: NO Max mac (1~4096) [1000]: 1005 VLAN stacking mode (ADD VLAN/EXT VLAN/OFF) [OFF]: ADD VLAN VLAN tunneling mode (1Q1Q/OFF) [OFF]: OFF Default VLAN (0~4094) [16]: 16 DFC Group index (0~255) [0]: 0 DFC AccGroup index (0~16) [0]: 0 (Modify this parameter via command Directory 40:
1.Provisioning Menu >9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >2.Modify DFC Accelerate Group)

Configure the Ethernet Port.

Protocol based VLAN (YES/NO) [NO]: NO (to be continued)

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ENET Port Index:1 Uplink: YES Ingress filter: OFF Input tag: All Output tag: NO Max MAC: 1005 VLAN stacking mode: ADD VLAN VLAN tunneling mode: OFF Default VLAN: 16 DFC Group index: 0 DFC acc group index: 0 Protocol based VLAN: NO Modify ENET Port 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes

Parameters ENET port index

Descriptions It specifies Etherport port number and type. 1: Ethernet port 1 2: Ethernet port 2 3: Link aggregation port 1 and port 2 Uplink: Configure Ethernet port as trunk connection.Valid option: 1. Yes: Support trunk connection. 2. No: Configure Ethernet port for an extended link to the other ISAP devices. It is not the uplink connection to the outside router. Default: Yes It specifies ingress filter status. 1. On: Activate ingress filter and optional mode could be set via following options <input tag> or <output tag>. 2. Off: Disable ingress filter and discard all packets. Default: On It specifies the acceptable mode of ingressive packets. It means frames would be filtered based on following options. 1. Tagged: Add a VID on the ingressive packets. 2. Untagged: Untagged the VID on the ingressive packets. 3. All: Receive all packets. 4. None: Discard all ingressive packets with any VID Default: All

Uplink

Ingress filter

Input tag

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Output tag:

It specifies the acceptable mode of egress packets. Valid option: 1. Yes: Add a VID on the egress packets. If the output packet is tagged, the output frame will be added with the tag or double tagged when external vlan is provisioned. 2. No: Untagged the VID on the egress packets. Default: No

Max mac

It specifies maximum numbers of MAC address that can be learned by specified Ethernet port. Valid Range: 1~4096 Default: 1000 It specifies the way whether to add an additional ID or apply an external VID. Vaild option includes: 1. Add VLAN: Add a new VID. Assigned a new VID 2. EXT VLAN: Extend orginal default VID. 3. OFF: No VID to be added. Default: OFF

VLAN stacking mode

VLAN tunneling mode

It specifies the status about Vlan tunnel. 1. OFF: No Vlan tunnel 2. 1q1q: Support Q in Q which applied a condition that traffic with its own VID from DTE. Default: OFF

Default VLAN

It specified default VID. Valid Range: 1~4094


Default: 16

DFC group index

It specified which group to be applied for dynamic filter control. Valid Range: 1~255
Default: 0

DFC acc group index

It specified which group index of accelerated Dynamic Filter Classifier to be applied for this port. To modify DFC acc group index by referring to command Directory 40: 1.Provisioning Menu
>9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >2.Modify DFC Accelerate Group

Valid Range: 1~16 Default: 0 Protocol based VLAN

It specified the service status of protocol based VLAN. Valid option includes:
1. Yes: Enable 2. No:Disable Default: No.

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3.6.2

Display Status of Ethernet Port This menu displays the status of Ethernet port. For this example, default setting of Ethernet port index as show on below table.
Table 3-16

Display Status of Ethernet Port

Directory 12: 1.Provisioning Menu >10.ENET Config Menu>1.Display Ethernet Port Purpose: Example: ENET Config Menu >>> [1]: 1 Display Setting Select ENET port index [1]: 1 ENET Port Index:1 Uplink: YES Ingress filter: ON Input tag: ALL Output tag: NO Max MAC: 1000 VLAN stacking mode: OFF VLAN tunneling mode: OFF Default VLAN: 16 DFC Group index: 0 DFC AccGroup index: 0 Protocol based VLAN: NO Display the status of Ethernet Port.

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3.7
3.7.1

Set ADSL Port


Modify ADSL Port The 7th step enables users to set ADSL port to be activated with available functions. For same parameters, refer to description as shown on Table 3-15 Set Ethernet Port .
Table 3-17 Activate ADSL Port

Directory 13: 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>2.Modify Setting


Purpose: Example: ADSL L2 Config Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Setting Select ADSL port index [1]: 2 Modify ADSL Port 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Ingress filter (ON/OFF) [ON ]: ON Input tag (UNTAGGED/TAGGED/ALL/NONE) [ALL]: ALL Output tag (YES/NO) [NO]: NO Max mac (1~4096) [10]: 10 VPMT mode (NO VPMT/SINGLE VC/MULTI VC) [NO VPMT]: NO VPMT VPMT scheduling (Strict-Priority/Mixed) [Strict-Priority]: Strict-Priority VLAN stacking mode (ON/OFF) [OFF]: OFF VLAN tunneling mode (ON/OFF) [OFF]: 1Q1Q DFC Group index [0]: 2 DFC AccGroup index [0]:1 (Modify this parameter via command Directory 40:
1.Provisioning Menu >9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >2.Modify DFC Accelerate Group)

Configure the ADSL Port.

Protocol based VLAN (YES/NO) [NO]: NO TX Profile type (VCL/BUNDLE/VPMT) [VCL]: VCL TX Selected Profile index [1]: 2 RX Profile type (VCL/BUNDLE) [VCL]: VCL RX Selected Profile index [1]: 2 (omit same data as above) Modify ADSL Port 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done.

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Parameters ADSL Port index

Descriptions It specifies ADSL port number. Vaild range: 1-24/48 ports (depend on model type)

Ingress filter Input tag Output tag Max mac VPMT mode It specifies the mode of VPMT. Valid option includes: 1. No VPMT: No VPMT application. 2. Single VC: Only one VCL to be applied in VPMT. 3. Multi VC: It specifies multiple VCL to be applied in VPMT. It specifies the way to deal with packets according to VPMT. 1. Strict-Priority: Sent packets out according to queue priority in sequence strictly (SP0>SP1>SP2>SP3). 2. Mixed: Sent packets out according to VPMT queue and WRR (Weighted Round-Robin). Refer to page 29~30 about related description.

VPMT scheduling

TX/RX Profile type

Valid option includes: 1. VCL: Configure ADSL port to apply VCL profile. 2. Bundle: Configure ADSL port to apply bundle profile. 3. VPMT: Configure ADSL port to apply VPMT profile. Only for TX profile type. It specifies index no. of profile types such as VCL/ Bundle/ VPMT (specify profile type refers to TX/RX) about TX/RX. Valid range: 0~255 Default: 1 Refer to page 30 about related description.

TX/RX Selected Profile Index

VLAN stacking mode VLAN tunneling mode

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3.7.2

Display of ADSL Port Setting This menu displays the status of ADSL port. For this example, default setting of Ethernet port index as show on below table.
Table 3-18 Display Status of ADSL Port

Directory 14: 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>1.Display Setting Purpose: Display the status of ADSL Port.

Example: ADSL L2 Config Menu >>> [1]: 1 Display Setting Select ADSL port index [1]: 1 ADSL Port Index:1 Ingress Filter: ON Input tag: ALL Output tag: NO Max MAC: 10 VPMT mode: NO VPMT VPMT scheduling: Strict-Priority VLAN stacking mode: OFF VLAN tunneling mode: OFF Dfc group index: 0 Dfc Accgroup index: 0 Protocol based VLAN: NO TX Profile type: VCL TX Selected Profile index: 1 RX Profile type: VCL RX Selected Profile index: 1

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3.8
3.8.1

Activate ADSL Port


Activate ADSL Port The 8th step enables users to activate specified ADSL port to be connected or applied Rate Adaptation/Power Manage. This setting will be stored in the database to remain the same setting after restarting ISAP-2100.
Table 3-19 Activate ADSL Port

Directory 15 : 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu>4.ADSL Line Configuration Purpose: Enable or Disable functions such as Line/Rate Adaptation or Power Manage according each ADSL Port. Example: ADSL L1 Config Menu >>> [4]: 4 ADSL Line Configuration Config Item [Power Management]: Line Activate Action [Disable]: Enable Select a start port [1]: 1 Select an end port [5]: 12 Apply change? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Config ADSL port 01 to port 12 Line Activate Enable done. Parameters Config Item Descriptions Select specified function to be applied. Valid option includes: 1. Power Manage: Specified ADSL ports to apply power manage. 2. Rate Adaptation: Specified ADSL ports to apply rate Adaptation. 3. Line Activate: Specified ADSL ports to apply to line activate. Specify functions whether to be applied. Option includes: 1. Enable: Activate function. 2. Disable: Disable function. Specify which ADSL port to begin for this setting. Specify which ADSL port to end up for this setting.

Action

Select a start port Select an end port

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3.8.2

Display Line Configuration of ADSL Port This menu display line status about ADSL port.
Table 3-20

Display Line Configuration ADSL Port

Directory 16 : 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu>5.Display ADSL Line Configuration Purpose: Display status of Line Activate/ Rate Adaptation/Power Manage about ADSL Port.

Example: ADSL L1 Config Menu >>> [4]:5 Display ADSL Line Configuration =============================================================== ADSL Port Power Manage Rate Adaptation Line Activate 01 Disable Disable Enable 02 Disable Disable Enable 03 Disable Disable Enable 04 Disable Disable Enable 05 Disable Disable Enable 06 Disable Disable Enable 07 Disable Disable Enable 08 Disable Disable Enable 09 Disable Disable Enable 10 Disable Disable Enable 11 Disable Disable Enable 12 Disable Disable Enable 13 Disable Disable Disable 14 Disable Disable Disable 15 Disable Disable Disable (omit 16~22) 23 Disable Disable Disable 24 Disable Disable Disable Press Any Key for next page, or ESC to exit. ===========================================================

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Power manange which enables the function of electricity saving. Enable option to activate this setting and vice versa (Default setting: Disable). The ADSL2 and ADSL2+ standards define power management states as below table: State
L0

Name
Full On

Description
The ADSL link is fully functional. The ADSL link is active, but a low-power signal conveying background data is sent from the ATU-C to the ATU-R. A normal data carrying signal is transmitted from the ATU-R to the ATU-C.

L2

Low Power

L3

Idle

There is no signal transmitted on the line. The ATU may be powered or unpowered in L3.

Figure 3-1

Elapsed Time of Power Management Example

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3.9

Write System Flash


The 9th step enables users to save modifications into database after executing any and a series of commands in case of data lost.

Note:
It is recommend that executing Write to flash in the last process after finishing any setting.
Table 3-21 Write System Flash

Directory 17 : 1.Administration Menu >4.Write System Flash Purpose: Save modifications into database after executing any or a series of commands.

Example: Administration >>> [4]: 4 Write system FLASH Are you sure to write settings to system flash memory (NV-RAM)? (Yes/No)[No]:Yes Processing It takes about 5 seconds to write settings! Write settings to system flash completed

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Chapter 4

Provision Menu

Main menu is the first screen displayed after login. Main menu lists the first tier commands for ISAP Craft Interface Software Operation. Related commands of main menu are described below Main Menu Description
Submenus includes as below: 1. QoS/ 2.VCL/ 3.Bundle/ 4.VPMT/ 5. ADSL Line/ 6.ADSL Alarm Profile Menu 7.Forwarding Table 1. Provisioning Menu 8.MAC Filter Menu 9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu 12.ADSL L2 Config Menu 13.VLAN Config Menu 14.IGMP Config Menu 15.Age Timer Config Menu

10.ENET Config Menu


11.ADSL L1 Config Menu Submenus includes as below: 1.List Current Alarms 2. Alarm Menu 2.List Alarm History 3.Clear Alarm History Menu 3. Status Menu 4. PM Statistic Menu 5. Testing Menu

4.List Severity and Reporting Menu 5.Modify Severity and Reporting 6.Reset Severity and Reporting

Submenus include list system status, switch status and line card status. Display statistic data about Ethernet port and Line card. Perform SELT test, DELT test, OAM loopback test. Submenus include as following: 1. Display version information 2. Date and time menu 3. Network Menu: Set LAN setting, SNMP access communities, trap Communities and temperature thresholds. 4. Write System FLASH 5. Load Factory Default (*) 6. Remote Upgrade 7. Reboot

6. Administration Menu

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Provision Menu includes submenus to configure IGMP, VLAN, STP, GVRP, switch setting and Load Factory Default as shown on Table 4-1.
Table 4-1 Submenus of Provision

The 1st tier of Provision Menu


1. QoS Profile Menu 2. VCL Profile Menu 3. Bundle Profile Menu 4. VPMT Profile Menu 5. ADSL Line Profile Menu 6. ADSL Alarm Profile Menu 7. Forwarding Table Menu 8. MAC Filter Menu

The 2nd tier of Provision Menu

Pages
19 25

1. List Profiles Menu 2. Modify Profiles Menu 3. Delete Profiles Menu

41 45 51 57

none 1. List MAC Filter Menu 2. Add MAC Filter Menu 3. Delete MAC Filter Menu 1. List DFC Accelerate Menu 2. Modify DFC Accelerate Menu 3. Delete DFC Accelerate Menu 1. Display Setting 2. Modify Setting 1. Apply ADSL Line Profile 2. Apply ADSL Alarm Profile

64 66~67

9. DFC AccGroupp Filter Menu

68~69

10.ENET Config Menu

28~31 51 62 Line Profile-54 Alarm Profile-63 56 32

11.ADSL L1 Config Menu 3. List ADSL Profile Mapping 4. Display ADSL Line Configuration 12.ADSL L2 Config Menu 1. Display Setting 2. Modify Setting 1. List VLAN 2. Add VLAN 3. Delete VLAN

13.VLAN Config Menu

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The 1st tier of Provision Menu

The 2nd tier of Provision Menu


1. Modify IGMP Config (*) 2. Display IGMP Config 3. List IGMP Router Port 4. Add IGMP Router Port 5. Delete IGMP Router Port 6. List IGMP ACL 7. Add IGMP ACL 8. Delete IGMP ACL 9. List IGMP Member 10. Add IGMP Member 11. Delete IGMP Member 1. Display Age time 2. Modify Age time

Pages

14.IGMP Config Menu

72~77

15.Age Timer Config Menu

77

Remark: (*) stands for reboot device to activate it after executing required setting

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4.1

Bundle Profile Menu


This session describes processes to configure bundle: Step 1st : Set desired VCL profiles (refer to Chapter 3.5). Step 2nd : Set VCL(s) to be included same Bundle profile (see Table 4-2). Step 3rd: Assign specific ADSL port to apply specified bundle profile (Table 4-3).

4.1.1

Add VCL into Bundle Profile


Table 4-2 Add a Bundle Profile

Directory 18 : 1.Provisioning Menu >3.Bundle Profile Menu>2. Modify Profiles Purpose: Add some VCLs (ie.profile index 2 in this Example) one by one into specific bundle profile index.

Example: Bundle Profile Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Profiles Select a bundle index [1]: 1 Process [Add VCL]: Add VCL Select a VCL profile index [1]: 2 Add VCL profile 2 into bundle? Are you sure? (YES/NO)[No]:Yes Modify done.

Bundle profile index VCL profile index

It specifies index of bundle profile. It specifies index of VCL needs to be applied in the bundle profile.

Note: VCL setting should be set up firstly before adding into bundle profile (refer to Chapter 3.5).

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4.1.2

Mapping Specified ADSL Ports to Bundle Profile Configure specified ADSL port to apply a bundle profile. To assign a bundle index (includes one or multiple VCL(s)) to ADSL port by effecting Directory 13: 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>2.Modify Setting (see page 32).
Table 4-3 Mapping Bundle Profile to a ADSL port

Directory 13: 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>2.Modify Setting

Purpose: Confiuge specified ADSL port to apply specified bundle index both in transmission and receiving channel.
Example: ADSL L2 Config Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Setting Select ADSL port index [1]: 2 Modify ADSL Port 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Ingress filter (ON/OFF) [ON ]: OFF Input tag (UNTAGGED/TAGGED/ALL/NONE) [ALL]: ALL Output tag (YES/NO) [NO]: NO Max mac (1~4096) [10]: 10 VPMT mode (NO VPMT/SINGLE VC/MULTI VC) [NO VPMT]: MULTI VC VPMT scheduling (Strict-Priority/Mixed) [Strict-Priority]: Strict-Priority VLAN stacking mode (ON/OFF) [OFF]: OFF VLAN tunneling mode (ON/OFF) [OFF]: OFF DFC Group index [0]: 2 DFC AccGroup index [0]: 0 Protocol based VLAN (YES/NO) [NO]: NO TX Profile type (VCL/BUNDLE/VPMT) [VCL]:Bundle TX Selected Profile index [1]: 2 -(Specified the index of bundle profile to be applied) RX Profile type (VCL/BUNDLE) [VCL]: Bundle RX Selected Profile index [1]: 2 -(Specified the index of bundle profile to be applied) (omit same data as above) Modify ADSL Port 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done.

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4.1.3

Delete VCL from Bundle Profile


Table 4-4 Delete VCL from Bundle Profile

Directory 19: 1.Provisioning Menu >3.Bundle Profile Menu>3. Delete Profiles Purpose: Delete VCLs index one by one from specific bundl profile index. Example: Bundle Profile Menu >>> [1]: 3 Delete Select Delete Delete Profiles an index [1]: 1 profile 1? (Yes/No):[No]: Yes done.

4.1.4

List Bundle Profile


Table 4-5 Display Bundle Profile

Directory 20: 1.Provisioning Menu >3.Bundle Profile Menu>1. List Bundle Profiles Purpose: Display specific bundl profile index.

Example: Bundle Profile Menu >>> [1]: 3 List Profiles Bundle Profile index : 1 -------------------------VCL Profile Index: 2 VCL Profile Index: 3 ---------------------------

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4.2

VPMT Profile Menu


This session introduces process to configure 802.1p VLAN Priority Mapping Table (VPMT). Mapping a series of single or multiple VCLs/Channels (maximum 8 VCLs) with 8 priorities (0~7) and action (pass or deny). It describes which VLAN traffic should be passed based on its own VLAN Priority Mapping Table (VPMT).

4.2.1

Configure VPMT This session describes processes to configure VPMT: This session describes processes to configure bundle: Step 1st : Set desired VCL profiles Step 2nd : Assign singal or multiple VCL(s) to be set into a VPMT profile (see Table 4-6). Step 3rd : Assign specific ADSL ports to apply VPMT profile (see Table 4-7).
Table 4-6 Configure VPMT

Directory 21: 1.Provisioning Menu >3.VPMT Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles Purpose: Assign singal or multiple VCL(s) to be set into a VPMT profile Example: VPMT Profile Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Profiles Select an index [1]: 2 Modify profile 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes

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802.1p Priority 0: Process (PASS/DENY) [PASS]: VCL Profile index [1]: 1 802.1p Priority 1: Process (PASS/DENY) [PASS]: VCL Profile index [1]: 2 802.1p Priority 2: Process (PASS/DENY) [PASS]: VCL Profile index [1]: 3 802.1p Priority 3: Process (PASS/DENY) [PASS]: VCL Profile index [1]: 4 802.1p Priority 4: Process (PASS/DENY) [PASS]: VCL Profile index [1]: 5 802.1p Priority 5: Process (PASS/DENY) [PASS]: VCL Profile index [1]: 6 802.1p Priority 6: Process (PASS/DENY) [PASS]: VCL Profile index [1]: 7 802.1p Priority 7: Process (PASS/DENY) [PASS]: VCL Profile index [1]: 8

PASS

DENY

PASS

PASS

DENY

PASS

PASS

PASS

VPMT Profile Index: 2 ------------------------------1.Priority : 0 1.Process : PASS 1.VCL TX Index : 1 2.Priority : 1 2.Process : DENY 2.VCL TX Index : 2 (omit items 3~7) 8.Priority : 4 8.Process : PASS 8.VCL TX Index : 8 ------------------------------Write profile 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done. Index

It specifies index of VPMT. Default: 1 It specifies priority number (0-7).

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process

It specifies action of dealing with VCL. Vaild option: pass (allow passing traffic) deny (discard traffic) It specifies index of VCL profile. Vaild option: 1-8

VCL Profile index

Outcome:
VCL Items

VCL 1 0 pass

VCL 2 1 deny

VCL 3 2 pass

VCL 4 3 pass

VCL 5 4 deny

VCL 6 5 pass

VCL 7 6 pass

VCL 8 7 pass

Priority Action

4.2.2

Mapping Specified ADSL Port to VPMT Profile Configure specified ADSL port to apply a VPMT profile. Assign a VPMT profile index (includes one or multiple VCL(s)) to ADSL port by effecting Directory 13: 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>2.Modify Setting (see page 32).
Table 4-7 Mapping Bundle Profile to a ADSL port

Directory 13: 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>2.Modify Setting

Purpose: Confiuge ADSL port to apply VPMT index both in transmission and receiving channel.

Example: ADSL L2 Config Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Setting Select ADSL port index [1]: 2 Modify ADSL Port 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Ingress filter (ON/OFF) [ON ]: ON Input tag (UNTAGGED/TAGGED/ALL/NONE) [ALL]: ALL Output tag (YES/NO) [NO]: NO (to be continued)

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Max mac (1~4096) [10]: 10 VPMT mode (NO VPMT/SINGLE VC/MULTI VC) [NO VPMT]: MULTI VC VPMT scheduling (Strict-Priority/Mixed) [Strict-Priority]: Strict-Priority VLAN stacking mode (ON/OFF) [OFF]: OFF VLAN tunneling mode (ON/OFF) [OFF]: OFF DFC Group index [0]: 2 DFC AccGroup index [0]: 0 Protocol based VLAN (YES/NO) [NO]: NO TX Profile type (VCL/BUNDLE/VPMT) [VCL]:VPMT TX Selected Profile index [1]: 2 -(Specified the index of VCL/ Bundle/ VPMT profile to be applied) RX Profile type (VCL/BUNDLE) [VCL]: VPMT RX Selected Profile index [1]: 2 -(Specified the index of VCL/ Bundle/ VPMT profile to be applied) (omit same data as above) Modify ADSL Port 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done. VPMT mode

It specifies the mode of VPMT. Valid option includes: 1. No VPMT: No VPMT application. 2. Single VC: Only one VCL to be applied into VPMT. 3. Multi VC: It specifies multiple VCLs to be applied into VPMT.

TX/RX Profile type Valid option includes: 1. VCL: Configure ADSL port to apply VCL profile. 2. Bundle: Configure ADSL port to apply bundle profile. 3. VPMT: Configure ADSL port to apply VPMT profile. Only for TX profile type. TX/RX Selected Profile Index

It specifies index of VCL/Bundle/VPMT profile (refer to TX/RX Profile Type) about TX/RX. Valid range: 0~255 Default: 1

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4.2.3

Display VPMT Profile


Table 4-8 Display VPMT Profile

Directory 22: 1.Provisioning Menu >4.VPMT Profile Menu>1.List Profiles Purpose: Display a VPMT profile.

VPMT Profile Menu >>> [1]: 1 List Profiles VPMT Profile Index: 1 ------------------------------1.Priority : 0 1.Process : PASS 1.VCL TX Index : 1 2.Priority : 1 2.Process : DENY 2.VCL TX Index : 2 3.Priority : 3 3.Process : PASS 3.VCL TX Index : 4 4.Priority : 4 4.Process : DENY 4.VCL TX Index : 5 5.Priority : 5 5.Process : PASS 5.VCL TX Index : 6 6.Priority : 6 6.Process : PASS 6.VCL TX Index : 7 7.Priority : 7 7.Process : DENY 7.VCL TX Index : 8 -------------------------------

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4.2.4

Delete VPMT Profile


Table 4-9 Delete VPMT Profile

Directory 23: 1.Provisioning Menu >4.VPMT Profile Menu>3.Delete Profiles Purpose: Delete specific VPMT profile.

Example: VPMT Profile Menu >>> [1]: 3 Delete Select Delete Delete Profiles an index [1]: 1 profile 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes done.

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4.3

ADSL Line Profile Menu


This session introduces commands to configure ADSL port and its own line profile. The parameters cover transmission rate, SNR target margin, and interleave delay, etc. The ADSL port profile is independent and irrelative with other ADSL port interface. Configuration takes effect on specific port only. ATUC: It means upstream. Following parameters are for the traffic coming from the subscribers device to the ISAP-2100. ATUR: It means downstream. Following parameters are for the traffic going to the subscribers device from the ISAP-2100.

4.3.1

Configure Line Profile Step 1st : Set desired line profiles (see Table 4-10). Step 2nd: Assign ADSL port to apply specified line profile (see Table 4-13).
Table 4-10 Modify ADSL Port Interface Parameters

Directory 24: 1.Provisioning Menu >5.ADSL Line Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles Purpose: Configure line profile of ADSL. Example: ADSL Line Profile Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Profiles Select an index [1]: 3 Create a new profile 3? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Profile Name [line-03]: line-03 Atuc Min Rate (kbps) [32]: 33 Atuc Max Rate (kbps) [2048]: 2050 Atuc Min SNR (dB) (1~31) [1]: 22 Atuc Max SNR (dB) (1~31) [31]: 30 Atuc Target SNR (dB) (1~31) [6]: 30 Atuc Interleave Delay (ms) (0~63) [4]: 23

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Atur Min Rate (kbps) [32]: 3276 Atur Max Rate (kbps) [32736]: 32736 Atur Min SNR (dB) (1~31) [1]: 31 Atur Max SNR (dB) (1~31) [31]: 22 Atur Target SNR (dB) (1~31) [6]: 30 Atur Interleave Delay (ms) (0~63) [4]: 10 Profile index 719576832 [line-03] is created as below: [ ATU-C ] [ ATU-R ] Min Rate(bit/s) 33000 3276000 Max Rate(bit/s) 2050000 32736000 Min SNR(dB) 22 31 Max SNR(dB) 30 22 Target SNR(dB) 30 30 Interleave Delay(ms) 23 10 Write profile 3? [No]: Yes done. profile index It specifies index of ADSL line profile. Vaild range: 1~96 It specifies name of ADSL line profile. Vaild range: string 1~20 character Configured minmum/maximun transmit rate for downstream. Vaild values: 32~3,840 Kbps for min. /max. rate Default: 32 kbps for min. rate; 2,048 Kbps for max.rate Configured minmum/maximun acceptable SNR margin. If the SNR margin is above this value, the CO ADSL should attempt to reduce its power output to optimize its operation. Vaild values: 1~31 dB for min./ max. SNR Default: 1 dB for min. SNR; 31 dB for max. SNR

Profile name

Atuc Min Rate (kbps) Atuc Max Rate (kbps)

Atuc Min SNR(dB) Atuc Max SNR (dB)

Atuc Target SNR(dB)

Configured target SNR margin. Vaild values: 1~31 dB Default: 6 dB

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Atuc Interleave Delay Interleave Delay defines the mapping (relative spacing) (ms)
between subsequent input bytes at the interleave input and their placement in the bit stream at the interleave output. Vaild values: 0~63 ms Default: 4 ms Configured minmum/maximun transmit rate for upstream. Default: 32 bps for min. rate; 32,736 Kbps for max.rate

Atur Min Rate (kbps)

Atur Max Rate (kbps) Vaild values: 32~32,736 Kbps for min./max. rate

Atur Min SNR (dB) Atur Max SNR (dB)

Configured minmum/maximun acceptable SNR margin. If the SNR margin is above this value, the CO ADSL should attempt to reduce its power output to optimize its operation. Vaild values: 1~31 dB for min. / max. Snr Default: 1 dB for min. SNR; 31 dB for max. SNR

Atur Target SNR (dB) Configured target SNR margin.


Vaild values: 1~31 dB Default: 6 dB

Atur Interleave Delay

Refer to description of Atuc Interleave Delay. Vaild values: 0~63 ms Default: 4 ms

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4.3.2

Display Line Profile


Table 4-11 Display line profile

Directory 25: 1.Provisioning Menu >5.ADSL Line Profile Menu>1.List Line Profiles Purpose: Display details of specified line profile. Example: ADSL Line Profile Menu >>> [1]: 1 List Profile

Profile index 00 [DEFAULT] [ ATU-C ] [ ATU-R ] Min Rate(bit/s) 32000 32000 Max Rate(bit/s) 2048000 32736000 Min SNR(dB) 1 1 Max SNR(dB) 31 31 Target SNR(dB) 6 6 Interleave Delay(ms) 4 4

4.3.3

Delete ADSL Line Profile


Table 4-12 Delete ADSL Line Profiles

Directory 26: 1.Provisioning Menu >5.ADSL Line Profile Menu >1.Delete Profiles Purpose: Delete specified line profiles.

Example:

ADSL Line Profile Menu >>> [1]: 3 Delete Select Delete Delete profiles an index [0]:1 profile 1: (Yes/No)[No]:Yes profile done.

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4.3.4

Apply ADSL Line Profile


Table 4-13 Apply ADSL Line Profile

Directory 27: 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu>1.Apply ADSL Line Profile Purpose: Mapping the line profile to specific ADSL ports.

Example: ADSL L1 Config Menu >>> [1]: 1 Apply ADSL line Profile Select an index of profile [0]:1 Profile index 01 [line-01] [ ATU-C ] [ ATU-R ] Min Rate(bit/s) 32000 32000 Max Rate(bit/s) 2048000 32736000 Min SNR(dB) 1 1 Max SNR(dB) 31 31 Target SNR(dB) 6 6 Interleave Delay(ms) 4 4 Select a start port [1]:1 Select an end port [1]: 2 Applying ADSL port ? (YES/NO) [NO]: Apply ADSL port 01 to port 02 done.

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4.3.5

Display ADSL Port Mapping & Line Profile


Table 4-14 Display ADSL Port & Line Profile

Directory 28: 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu >3.List ADSL Line Profile Mapping Purpose: Display the mapping table about all ADSL port(s) and its corresponding line or alarm profile. Example: ADSL L1 Config Menu >>> [1]: 3 List ADSL Profile Mapping Select a profile type (Line/Alarm)[Line]:Line Select Profile index range: Start Index [0]:0 End Index [0]:3 Collecting profile information, please wait. Available Line Profile List

[profile index] [profile name] [map to adsl port] 00 DEFAULT 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 01 Start profile Index End profile index line_01 none

It specifies the beginning profile index of line/alarm type to be displayed. It specifies the ending index of line/alarm type to be displayed.

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4.4

ADSL Alarm Profile


This session introduces some commands to configure the ADSL alarm profile and mapping available alarm profile to specific ADSL port. The parameters cover alarm types: 1. LOFS (Loss of Frame Seconds) 2. LOSS (Loss of Signal Seconds) 3. LOLS (Loss of Link Seconds) 4. LPRS (Loss of Power Seconds) 5. ES (Errored Seconds) 6. SES (Severely Errored Seconds) 7. UAS (Unavailable Seconds)

4.4.1

Configure/Modify ADSL Alarm Profile Step 1st : Set desired alarm profiles (see Table 4-15). Step 2nd: Assign ADSL port to apply specified alarm profile (see Table 4-18).
Table 4-15 Configure/Modify ADSL Alarm Profile

Directory 29 : 1.Provisioning Menu >6.ADSL Alarm Profile Menu >2.Modify Profiles Purpose: Configure the alarm profile of ADSL. This command is also useful for modifying existing profiles. Example: ADSL Alarm Profile Menu >>> [2]: 2 Modify Profiles Select an index [1]: 1 Add new profile 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Profile Name [alarm-01]: alarm-01 Atuc 15Min LOFS Threshold (0~900) Atuc 15Min LOSS Threshold (0~900) Atuc 15Min LOLS Threshold (0~900) Atuc 15Min LPRS Threshold (0~900) (to be continued)

Yes [0]: [0]: [0]: [0]: 890 122 234 567

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Atuc 15Min ES Threshold (0~900) [0]: 890 Atuc 15Min SES Threshold (0~900) [0]: 900 Atuc 15Min UAS Threshold (0~900) [0]: 900 Atuc Rate Up (kbps) (32~32768) [32]: 67 Atuc Rate Down (kbps) (32~32768) [32]: 89 Atur 15Min LOFS Threshold (0~900) [0]: 900 Atur 15Min LOSS Threshold (0~900) [0]: 890 Atur 15Min LPRS Threshold (0~900) [0]: 780 Atur 15Min ES Threshold (0~900) [0]: 900 Atur 15Min SES Threshold (0~900) [0]: 678 Atur 15Min UAS Threshold (0~900) [0]: 567 Atur Rate Up (kbps) (32~32768) [32]: 33 Atur Rate Down (kbps) (32~32768) [32]: 34 Profile index 01 [alarm-01] is created as below: [ ATU-C ] [ ATU-R ] 15Min LOFS Threshold 890 900 15Min LOSS Threshold 122 890 15Min LOLS Threshold 234 15Min LPRS Threshold 567 780 15Min ES Threshold 890 900 15Min SES Threshold 900 678 15Min UAS Threshold 900 567 Rate Up 67000 33000 Rate Down 89000 34000 Write profile 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Profile index

It specifies index of ADSL alarm profile. Vaild range: 1~96 It specifies name of ADSL alarm profile. Type: string 20 characters Configured the lowest limit of upstream Loss of Frame Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of upstream Loss of Signal Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of upstream Loss of Link Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0

Profile name

Atuc 15Min LOFS Threshold

Atuc 15Min LOSS Threshold

Atuc 15Min LOLS Threshold

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Atuc 15Min LPRS Threshold

Configured the lowest limit of upstream Loss of Power Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of upstream Error Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of upstream Severe Error Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of upstream Unavailable Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of upstream transmission rate increases by this amount then a trap would be sent out. Vaild range: 0~32,768 kpbs Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of upstream transmission rate that decreases more than this number, then a trap will be sent out. Vaild range: 0~32,768 kpbs Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of downstream Loss of Frame Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of downstream Loss of Signal Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of downstream Loss of Power Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0

Atuc 15Min ES Threshold

Atuc 15Min SES Threshold

Atuc 15Min UAS Threshold

Atuc Rate Up Threshold (kpbs)

Atuc Rate Down Threshold (kpbs)

Atur15Min LOFS Threshold

Atur15Min LOSS Threshold

Atur 15Min LPRS Threshold

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Atur 15Min ES Threshold

Configured the lowest limit of downstream Error Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of downstream Severe Error Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of downstream Unavailable Seconds that is permitted to occur within 15 minutes. Vaild range: 0~900 Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of downstream transmission rate increases by this amount then a trap would be sent out. Vaild range: 0~32,768 kpbs Default: 0 Configured the lowest limit of downstream transmission rate that decreases more than this number, then a trap will be sent out. Vaild range: 0~32,768 kpbs Default: 0

Atur 15Min SES Threshold

Atur 15Min UAS Threshold

Atur Rate Up Threshold (kpbs)

Atur Rate Down Threshold (kpbs)

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4.4.2

Display Alarm Profile


Table 4-16

Display Alarm Profile

Directory 30: 1.Provisioning Menu >5.ADSL Alarm Profile Menu >1.List Profiles Purpose: Display details of specified alarm profile. Example: ADSL Alarm Profile Menu >>> [2]: 1 List Profiles Profile Name [alarm-01]: alarm-01

Profile index 00 [DEFAULT] [ ATU-C ] [ ATU-R ] 15Min LOFS 0 0 15Min LOSS 0 0 15Min LOLS 0 15Min LPRS 0 0 15Min ES 0 0 15Min SES 0 0 15Min UAS 0 0 Rate Up 0 0 Rate Down 0 0

4.4.3

Delete Alarm Profile


Table 4-17

Delete Alarm Profile

Directory 31: 1.Provisioning Menu >5.ADSL Alarm Profile Menu >3.Delete Profiles Purpose: Delete details of specified alarm profile.

Example: ADSL Alarm Profile Menu >>> [2]: 3 Delete Profiles Select an index [0]:1 Delete profile 1? (YES/NO)[No]:Yes Delete profile 01 success.

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4.4.4

Apply ADSL Alarm Profile


Table 4-18

Mapping Alarm Profile to ADSL Port

Directory 32: 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu >2.Apply ADSL Alarm Profiles Purpose: Mapping the alarm profile to specified ADSL port.

Example: ADSL L1 Config Menu >>> [1]: 2 Apply ADSL Alarm Profile Select an index of alarm profile [0]: 1 Profile index 01 [alarm-01] [ ATU-C ] [ ATU-R ] 15Min LOFS Threshold 300 2 15Min LOSS Threshold 310 66 15Min LOLS Threshold 120 15Min LPRS Threshold 234 34 15Min ES Threshold 356 89 15Min SES Threshold 100 155 15Min UAS Threshold 120 432 Rate Up 32000 32000 Rate Down 33000 32000 Select a start port [1]: 1 Select an end port [1]: 8 Apply profile 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Apply ADSL port01 to port08 done. Profile index It specifies index of alarm profile. It specifies the beginning of ADSL port to be configured. It specifies the ending of ADSL port to be configured.

Start port End port

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4.4.5

Display ADSL Port & Alarm Profile


Table 4-19

Display Alarm Profile

Directory 33: 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu >3.List ADSL Alarm Mapping Purpose: Display a mapping table about all ADSL port(s) and its corresponding alarm profile.

Example: ADSL L1 Config Menu >>> [1]: 3 List ADSL Profile Mapping Select a Profile type (Line/Alram) [Line]: Alarm Select Profile index range: Start Index [0]: 1 End Index [1]: 48 collecting profile information, please wait. Available Alarm Profile List [profile index] [profile name] [map to adsl port] 01 alarm-01 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12

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4.5

Forwarding Table Menu


This session introduces process for configuring specific static MAC into forwarding table which to be forwarded. It allows certain traffic to be automatically forwarde to a particular Ethernet or ADSL port. FDB is useful for small systems where learning more resources (bandwidth, time).

4.5.1

Set Forward Entry


Table 4-20

Set Forwarding Table

Directory 34: 1.Provisioning Menu >7.Forwarding Table Menu >2.Set Forward Entry Purpose: Configure static MAC address into forwarding table. Example: Forwarding Table Menu >>> [1]: 2 Set Forward Entry Select an index [1]: 1 Modify entry 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Select Port Type (ENET/ADSL) [ENET]: ENET Select ENET port index [1]: 1 MAC Address [00:00:00:00:00:00]: a1:2b:4e:5c:6d:7f VLAN ID (0~4094) [16]: 16 Process (PASS/DENY) [PASS]: PASS Forward Index : 1 ------------------------------Port : ENET-1 MAC : a1:2b:4e:5c:6d:7f VLAN : 16 Process : PASS Write profile 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Set done.

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4.5.2

List Forward Entry


Table 4-21

List Forwarding Table

Directory 35: 1.Provisioning Menu >7.Forwarding Table Menu >1.List Forward Entry Purpose: Display the MAC table to be forwarded for specified Ethernet/ADSL port.

Example: Forwarding Table Menu >>> [1]: 1 List Forward Entry Index ------------------------------1.ENET-1 Show Entry index.port [1.ENET-1]: 1.ENET-1 Forward Index : 1 ------------------------------Port : ENET-1 MAC : a1:2b:4e:5c:6d:7f VLAN : 16 Process : PASS

4.5.3

Delete Forward Entry


Table 4-22

Delete Forward Entry

Directory 36: 1.Provisioning Menu >7.Forwarding Table Menu >3.Delete Forward Entry Purpose: Delete the MAC from forwarding table. Example: Forwarding Table Menu >>> [1]: 3 Delete Select Delete Delete Forward Entry an index [1]: 1 profile 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes done.

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4.6
4.6.1

MAC Filter Menu


Add MAC Filter
Table 4-23

Add MAC Filter

Directory 37: 1.Provisioning Menu >8.Forwarding Table Menu >1.Add MAC Filter Purpose: Use the MAC filtering table to discard frames from MAC address that users specified for Ethernet or ADSL ports. Example: MAC Filter Menu >>> [1]: 2 Add MAC Filter Select an index [1]: 1 Modify Filter 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Select Port Type (ENET/ADSL) [ENET]: ADSL Select ADSL port index [1]: 1 MAC Address [00:00:00:00:00:00]: 16:b2:3c:d4:e5:6f MAC Filter Index : 1 ------------------------------Port : ADSL-1 MAC : 16:b2:3c:d4:e5:6f Write profile 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Add done. It specifies the profile index of filtering list. Vaild Rang: 1~48 It specifies ethernet/adsl port type. Vaild option include: Enet: Ethernet ports. Adsl: Adsl ports It specifies which port to be configured. It specifies MAC address to be filtered.

Filter index

Port Type

Port index Mac Address

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4.6.2

List MAC Filter


Table 4-24

List MAC Filter

Directory 38: 1.Provisioning Menu >8.Forwarding Table Menu >2. List MAC Filter Purpose: List details about MAC Filter table. Example: MAC Filter Menu >>> [1]: 1 List MAC Filter Index ------------------------------Port : ADSL-1 MAC : 16:b2:3c:d4:e5:6f

4.6.3

Delete MAC Filter


Table 4-25

Delete MAC Filter

Directory 39: 1.Provisioning Menu >8.Forwarding Table Menu >3.Delete MAC Filter Purpose: Delete specified MAC in the Filtering table. Example: MAC Filter Menu >>> [1]: 3 Delete Select Delete Delete MAC Filter an Index [1]:1 Filter 1? (YES/NO): Yes done.

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4.7

DFC AccGroup Filter Menu


Dynamic Field Classifier (DFC) allows you to specify a particular action that should be executed when particular types (res_mc, pppoe, arp, igmp, dhcp) of packet is received for networks processer. The DFC inspects packets for fields that are designated in a rule as a filter. If the field maches the filter, the action is executed for the destination MAC.

4.7.1

Modify AccGroup Filter


Table 4-26

Modify AccGroup Filter

Directory 40: 1.Provisioning Menu >9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >2.Modify DFC Accelerate Group Purpose: Configure accelerate DFC group which includes one or multiple filtering mechanism. Example: DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify DFC Accelerate Group Select group id [1]: 2 Modify group 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Add res_mc? (YES/NO) [Yes]: Yes Add pppoe? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Add arp? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Add igmp? (YES/NO) [Yes]: Yes Add dhcp? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes DFC Accelerate Group id: 2 ------------------------------res_mc pppoe arp igmp dhcp Write group id 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done. It specifies index no. of accelerate DFC groups. Vaild Rang: 1~16

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Types

It specifies which mode to be effective. 4 res_mc: Reserved Multicast. 5 PPPoE: Intermediate agent which filter to capture PPPoE traffic. 6 arp: It means Address Resolution Protocol which deals with transaction between IP address and MAC address. 7 igmp: Redirect IGMP control fields to the host. 8 dhcp: Deny specific source macs.

4.7.2

List AccGroup Filter


Table 4-27

List AccGroup Filter

Directory 41: 1.Provisioning Menu >9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >2.List DFC Accelerate Group Purpose: List an existing group of accelerate DFC which includes one or multiple Mechanism to be filtered. Example: DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >>> [1]: 1 List DFC Accelerate Group Select a group id [1]: 1 Delete group id 1? [1]: 1 Delete group id 1? (YES/NO)[No.]: YES Delete done.

4.7.3

Delete AccGroup Filter


Table 4-28

Delete AccGroup Filter

Directory 42: 1.Provisioning Menu >9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >3.Delete DFC Accelerate Group Purpose: Delete an MAC from existing group of accelerate DFC. Example: DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >>> [1]: 3 Delete DFC Accelerate Group DFC Accelerate Group id: 1 ------------------------------res_mc pppoe arp igmp dhcp

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4.8

VLAN Config Menu


This session introduces commands to add, display and delete VLAN.

4.8.1

Add VLAN
Table 4-29 Add VLAN

Directory 43: 1.Provisioning Menu >13.VLAN Config Menu >2.Add VLAN Purpose: Configure or modify a VLAN. Example: LAN Menu >>> [1]: 2 Add VLAN Select Port Type (ENET/ADSL) [ENET]: ADSL Select ADSL port index [1]: 1 VLAN ID [0]: 2 TAGGED (ON/OFF) [OFF]: ON Add VLAN ID 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Add done. Specifies which port (Ethernet or ADSL port) to transmit packets with specified VLAN ID. Vaild option include: 8. Enet: Ethernet ports. 9. Adsl: Adsl ports It specifies index of port. Vaild range: 1~3 for Ethernet port 1~24 or 1~48 (depend on device model) VLAN identity number. It specifies mode of VLAN. Valid option: 1. ON: specified a VLAN with Tagged packets. 2. OFF: specified a VLAN without Tagged packets.

Port type

Port index

Vlan ID

Tagged

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4.8.2

Display VLAN
Table 4-30 Display VLAN

Directory 44: Provision> 13 VLAN Config Menu> 2.Display VLAN Purpose: Display the existing VLAN. Example: VLAN Menu >>> [2]: 1 List VLAN Select Port Type (ENET/ADSL) [ENET]: ADSL Select ADSL port index [1]: 1 Port Index: ADSL-1 ------------------------------VLAN ID: 0016 UNTAGGED VLAN ID: 0002 TAGGED VLAN ID: 0003 UNTAGGED -------------------------------

4.8.3

Delete VLAN
Table 4-31 Delete VLAN

Directory 45: Provision> 13 VLAN Config Menu> 2.Display VLAN Purpose: Delete a existing VLAN.

Example: VLAN Menu >>> [1]: 3 Delete Select Select Select Delete Delete VLAN Port Type (ENET/ADSL) [ENET]: ADSL ADSL port index [1]: 1 a VLAN ID [2]: 3 VLAN ID 3? [No]: Yes done.

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4.9

IGMP Config Menu


An Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is a series of VLANs listed to receive traffic from a particular multicast source. IGMP allows a bridge port to determine which groups members to get VLAN. IGMP member is a bridge port through which the VLAN that is targeted for multicast (IGMP group) passes. Withought IGMP snnoping, multicast traffic is treated in the same manner as broadcast traffic (forwarded same packets to all ports). On the other hand, IGMP snooping multicast traffic is only forwarded to ports that are memers of that group. This way significantly reduce multicast traffic storm. This chapter describes the way to configure following settings.

4.9.1

Add IGMP Router Port


Table 4-32

Add IGMP Router Port

Directory 46: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >4.Add IGMP Router Port Purpose: Add IGMP router port. Example: IGMP Menu >>> [3]: 4 Add IGMP Router Port Select Port Type [ENET]: ADSL Select ADSL port index [1]: 10 VLAN ID [16]: 8 Add ADSL Port-10 (8)? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Add done. vlan It specifies index of VLAN ID. It specifies which port type needs to be corresponsive. Enet: Ethernet ports. Adsl: Adsl ports It specifies which port needs to be mapped.

type:enet/adsl

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4.9.2

List IGMP Router Port


Table 4-33

List IGMP Router Port

Directory 47: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >4.List IGMP Router Port Purpose: List IGMP router port. Example: IGMP Menu >>> [4]: 3 List IGMP Router Port Index Port VLAN ID ------------------------------1. ADSL-10 16

4.9.3

Delete IGMP Router Port


Table 4-34

Delete IGMP Router Port

Directory 48: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >5.Delete IGMP Router Port Purpose: Delete IGMP router port. Example: IGMP Menu >>> [4]: 5 Delete Select Delete Delete IGMP Router Port a router port (Port-VLAN) [ADSL-10-8]: ADSL-10-8 router port? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes done.

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4.9.4

Add IGMP ACL


Table 4-35

Add IGMP ACL

Directory 49: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >7.Add IGMP ACL Purpose: Configure IGMP ACL. Example: IGMP Menu >>> [4]: 7 Add IGMP ACL Multicast IP [224.0.0.1]: 224.0.0.1 VLAN ID (0~4094) [16]: 17 Select Port Type (ENET/ADSL) [ENET]: ADSL Select ADSL port index [1]: 7 VLAN Provider (0~4094) [16]: 10 Add ADSL Port-7 (17)? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes

4.9.5

List IGMP ACL


Table 4-36

List IGMP ACL

Directory 50: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >7.List IGMP ACL Purpose: List IGMP ACL. Example: IGMP Menu >>> [4]: 7 List IGMP ACL Index IP VLAN Port VLAN_provider ------------------------------------------1. 220.1.1.0 12 ADSL-1 13

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4.9.6

Delete IGMP ACL


Table 4-37

Delete IGMP ACL

Directory 51: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >8.Delete IGMP ACL Purpose: Delete IGMP ACL. Example: IGMP Menu >>> [4]: 8 Delete IGMP ACL Select an ACL (VLAN IP-Port-VLAN Provider)[12-ADSL-1-13]: 12-ADSL-1-13 Delete ACL? [NO]: Yes Delete done.

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4.9.7

Add IGMP Member


Table 4-38

Add IGMP Member

Directory 52: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >10.Add IGMP Member Purpose: Configure IGMP Member. Example: IGMP Menu >>> [4]: 10 Add IGMP Member Multicst IP [224.0.0.1]: 121.1.1.0 VLAN ID (0~4094)[16]:11 Select Port Type(ENET/ADSL)[ENET]: ADSL Select ADSL Port Index [11]?10 Add ADSL Port-10(11)? (YES/NO)[No]: Yes

4.9.8

List IGMP Member


Table 4-39

List IGMP ACL

Directory 53: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >9. List IGMP Member Purpose: List IGMP Member. Example: IGMP Menu >>> [4]: 9 List IGMP Member Index IP VLAN Port ------------------------------1 121.1.1.0 11 10

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4.9.9

Delete IGMP Member


Table 4-40

Delete IGMP Member

Directory 54: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >11. Delete IGMP Member Purpose: Delete IGMP Member. Example: IGMP Menu >>> [4]: 11 Delete IGMP Member Select a router port (Port-VLAN) [ADSL-10-11]: ADSL-10-11 Delete router port? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Delete done.

4.10

Age Timer Config Menu


This session introduces commands to modify age Timer. The maximum age timer specifies the maximum expected arrival time of hello BPDUs. If the maximum age timer expires, the bridge detects that the link to the root bridge has failed and initiates a topology reconvergence.

4.10.1 Modify Age Timer


Table 4-41

Modify Age Timer

Directory 55: 1.Provisioning Menu >15. Age Timer Config Menu >2.Modify Age Timer Purpose: Modify Age timer. Example: Age Timer Config Menu >>> [1]: 2 Modify Age Time Aging Timer [60]: 78 Modify Aging Timer = 78? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done. Aging Timer It specifies mode of VLAN. Valid range: 1~600 (seconds).

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4.10.2 Display Age Timer


Table 4-42

Delete Age Timer

Directory 56: 1.Provisioning Menu >15. Age Timer Config Menu >1.Display Age Timer Purpose: Example: Age Timer Config Menu >>> [1]: 1 Display Age Time Aging Timer = 60 Display existing timer.

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Chapter 5

Alarm Menu

Alarm Menu includes submens as shown on Table 5-1.


Table 5-1 Submenus of Provision

Alarm Menu
1. List Current Alarm
2. List Alarm History

Function
Display present data of current alarm. Display existing data historical alarm. Clear historical alarm data. List Severity and notifable option of alarm types. Modify severity (option: major, minor, status, event) and whether to be notified about each alarm type. Recover default setting of Severity and notifiable option about alarm types.

3. Clear Alarm History 4. List Severity and Repporting 5. Modify Severity and Reporting 6. Reset Severity and Reporting

5.1

List Current Alarms


List Current Alarms menu enables users to view data of current alarm.
Table 5-2

List Current Alarms

Directory 57: 2.Alarm Menu >1.List Current Alarms Menu Purpose: Example: Alarm Menu >> [1]: 1 List Current Alarms ======================CurrentAlarm======================= AlarmType Severity Set Time Clear Time Port LOS_ALARM_NE major 04/09/09 15:38:14 -----10 LOL_ALARM_NE major 04/09/09 15:38:14 -----10 Display present data of current alarm.

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5.2

List Alarm History


Table 5-3

List Alarm History

Directory 58: 2.Alarm Menu >2.List Alarms History Purpose: Display existing historical alarm.

Example: Alarm Menu >> [1]: 2 List Alarm History ======================HistoryAlarm====================================== AlarmType Severity SetTime ClearTime CH DSL_LINK_UPDOWN_EVENT event 04/09/09 15:13:48 04/09/09 15:13:48 10 LOS_ALARM_NE major 04/09/09 15:13:48 04/09/09 15:15:53 10 LOL_ALARM_NE major 04/09/09 15:13:48 04/09/09 15:15:53 10 DSL_LINK_UPDOWN_EVENT event 04/09/09 15:27:28 04/09/09 15:27:28 10 UAS_NE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event 04/09/09 15:29:38 04/09/09 15:29:38 10 LOLS_NE_15M_THRESHOLD event 04/09/09 15:29:38 04/09/09 15:29:38 10 UAS_NE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event 04/09/09 15:32:39 04/09/09 15:32:39 10 LOLS_NE_15M_THRESHOLD event 04/09/09 15:32:39 04/09/09 15:32:39 10 DSL_LINK_UPDOWN_EVENT event 04/09/09 15:34:05 04/09/09 15:34:05 10 DSL_LINK_UPDOWN_EVENT event 04/09/09 15:38:15 04/09/09 15:38:15 10

5.3

Clear Alarm History


Table 5-4

Clear Alarm History

Directory 59: 2.Alarm Menu >3.Clear Alarm History Purpose: Example: Alarm Menu >> [2]: 3 Clear Alarm History This command will erase all history alarms, are you sure? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes History alarms cleared... Clear data of historical alarm.

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5.4

Modify Severity and Reporting


Table 5-5

Modify Severity and Reporting

Directory 60: 2.Alarm Menu >5.Modify Severity and Reporting Purpose: Modify severity (option: major, minor, status, event) and whether to be notified about each alarm type.

Example: Alarm Menu >> [4]: 5 Modify Severity and Reporting Alarm type [ES-NE-15M-THRESHOLD]: ES-NE-15M-THRESHOLD Alarm Severity [event]: minor Alarm Reporting [yes]: no Are you sure? (YES/NO) [No]: yes Alarm severity It specifies which alarm severity of alarm type to be configured including critical, major, minor, status and event. Default: Major for all alarm types; event for threshold. It specifies notify way whether alarm types to be reported to trap server. Valid Option: 1. YES: enable to sent out report to trap server when alarm happen. 2. No: disable to sent out report to trap server when alarm

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5.5

List Severity and Reporting


Table 5-6

List Severity and Reporting

Directory 61: 2.Alarm Menu >4.List Severity and Reporting Purpose: List Severity and notifable option of alarm types. The default as show on followings

Example: Alarm Menu >> [1]: 4 List Severity and Reporting ========Alarm Information=============================== ID Alarm Type Severity Report/Non-report 1 ES_NE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event yes 2 SES_NE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event yes 3 UAS_NE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event yes 4 ES_FE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event yes 5 SES_FE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event yes 6 UAS_FE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event yes 7 LOFS_FE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event yes 8 LOSS_FE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event yes 9 LPRS_FE_15MIN_THRESHOLD event yes 10 LOSS_NE_15M_THRESHOLD event yes 11 LOFS_NE_15M_THRESHOLD event yes 12 LOLS_NE_15M_THRESHOLD event yes 13 LPRS_NE_15M_THRESHOLD event yes 14 LCD_ALARM_NE major yes 15 NCD_ALARM_NE major yes 16 OOS_ALARM_NE major yes 17 LCD_ALARM_FE major yes 18 NCD_ALARM_FE major yes 19 OOS_ALARM_FE major yes 20 LOS_ALARM_NE major yes Press Enter for next page...... (to be continued)

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===========Alarm Information=============================== ID Alarm Type Severity Report/Non-report 21 LOF_ALARM_NE major yes 22 LPR_ALARM_NE major yes 23 LOL_ALARM_NE major yes 24 LOM_ALARM_NE major yes 25 LOS_ALARM_FE major yes 26 LOF_ALARM_FE major yes 27 LPR_ALARM_FE major yes 28 LOM_ALARM_FE major yes 29 EXT1_ALARM major yes 30 EXT2_ALARM major yes 31 EXT3_ALARM major yes 32 EXT4_ALARM major yes 33 FAN_INDICATION_ALARM major yes 34 ENET1_TRUNK_UPDOWN_ALARM major yes 35 ENET2_TRUNK_UPDOWN_ALARM major yes 36 DSL_LINK_UPDOWN_EVENT event yes 37 DATARATE_DOWN_SHIFT_THRESHOLD_US event no 38 DATARATE_UP_SHIFT_THRESHOLD_US event no 39 DATARATE_DOWN_SHIFT_THRESHOLD_DS event no 40 DATARATE_UP_SHIFT_THRESHOLD_DS event no

Table 5-7

Alarm Description

Alarm Type

Alarm Description

Specified line failures bit field about ATU-C/ATU-R. The meaning of all bits is as follows: 0: No failure present on the line 1: A failure is detected on the line. It means Loss-of-frame failure. A (far-end) LOF failure is declare+d after 2.5+-0.5 s of contiguous (RDI) SEF defect, except when an (far-end) LOS defect or failure is present (see LOS definition blow). A (far-end) LOF failure is cleared when (far-end) LOS failure is declared, or after 10 +- 0.5 s of no (RDI) SEF defect. It means Loss-of-signal failure. A (far-end) LOS failure is declared after 2.5 +- 0.5 s of contiguous (farend) LOS defect, or, if (far-end) LOS defect is present when the criteria for (far-end) LOF failure declaration have been met (see LOF definition below). A (far-end) LOS failure is cleared after 10 +- 0.5 s of no (far-end) LOS defected.

LOF

LOS

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LPR

It means Loss-of-power failure. LPR_NE: An LPR failure is declared after 2.5 +- 0.5 s of contiguous nearend LPR primitive presence. An LPR failure is cleared after 10 +- 0.5 s of no near-end LPR primitive presence. LPR_FE: A far end Loss of power - LPR-FE failure is declared after the occurrence of a far end LPR primitive followed by 2.5 +- 0.5 s of contiguous near end LOS defected. A far end LPR failure is cleared after 10 +- 0.5 s of no near end LOS defected. It means Loss of margin failure. This failure will be generated in case of minimum margin for ATU-C/ATU-R is not guaranteed in the system anymore. Loss of link LOL indicates a loss-of-link condition according to RFC2662.

LOM LOL

ATM and PTM Data Path failures occurred in far-end and near-end It means no Cell Delineation (NCD(-FE)) failure. NCD(-FE) failure is declared when an NCD(- FE) anomaly persists for more than 2.5 +- 0.5 s after the start of SHOWTIME. NCD(-FE) failure terminates when no NCD(-FE) anomaly is present for more than 10 +- 0.5 s. Loss of Cell Delineation (LCD(-FE)) failure. LCD(-FE) failure is declared when LCD(-FE) defect persists for more than 2.5 +- 0.5 s. An LCD(-FE) failure terminates when no LCD(- FE) defect is present for more than 10 +- 0.5 s. Out of Sync (OOS(-FE)) failure. OOS failure is declared when an oos-n anomaly persists for more than 2.5 + 0.5 s. OOS failure terminates when no oos-n anomaly is present for more than 10 + 0.5 s.

NCD

LCD

OOS

Table 5-8 Alarm Threshold Description

Alarm Type

Alarm Description It means Errored Seconds. This parameter is a count of 1 second intervals with following factors: 1. one or more CRC 8 anomalies summed over all received bearer channels 2. one or more LOS defects 3. one or more SEF defects 4. one or more LPR defects It means Severely Errored Seconds. This parameter is a count of 1 second intervals with 18 or more CRC 8 anomalies summed over all received bearer channels and related definition refer to items 2~4 of ES. If a common CRC is applied over multiple bearer channels, then each related CRC-8 anomaly shall be counted only once for the whole set of bearer channels over which the CRC is applied.

ES

SES

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UAS

It means Unavailable Seconds. This parameter is a count of 1 second intervals for which the ADSL line is unavailable. The ADSL line becomes unavailable at the onset of 10 contiguous SES Ls. The 10 SESs are included in unavailable time. Once unavailable, the ADSL line becomes available at the onset of 10 contiguous seconds with no SESs. The 10 seconds with no SESs are excluded from unavailable time. It means Loss of Signal Seconds. This parameter is a count of 1 second intervals containing one or more LOS defected. It means Loss of Frame Seconds. This parameter is a count of 1 second intervals for which the ADSL line is in Loss of frame (LOF) state. An LOF failure is declared after 2.5 + 0.5 s of contiguous SEF defected, except when an LOS defect or failure is present (see LOS definition above). A LOF failure is cleared when LOS failure is declared, or after 10 + 0.5 s of no SEF defect. It means Loss of Link Seconds. This parameter is a count of 1 second intervals for which the ADSL line is in Loss of Link (LOL) state. This parameter can be 0 only for near-end. Loss of Power Seconds. This parameter is a count of 1 second intervals for which the ADSL line is in Loss of power (LPR) state. LPR failure is declared after 2.5 + 0.5 s of contiguous near-end LPR primitive presence. LPR failure is cleared after 10 + 0.5 s of no near-end LPR primitive presence. This parametr can be 0 only for far-end. Data rate up/down-shift threshold crossing For a detailed description of the information provided with this event please refer to the description of the following structure(s) DSL_G997_DataRateShiftThresholdCrossing_t

LOSS

LOFS

LOLS

LPRS

Shift

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5.6

Reset Severity and Reporting


Table 5-9

List Severity and Reporting

Directory 62: 2.Alarm Menu >6.Reset Severity and Reporting Purpose: Recover default setting of Severity and notifiable option about alarm types. The default value as shown on Table 5-8

Example: Alarm Menu >> [5]: 6 Reset Severity and Reporting Warning !!! This command will reset Alarm Severity and Reporting to Default Setting. Are you sure? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Alarm Severity and Reporting has been reset... Fail.

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Chapter 6
Table 6-1

Status Menu
Submenus of Status

The 1st tier of Status Menu


1. List System Status Menu: Display status of temperature, fan, LEDs, external Alarm about system. 2. List ENET Port Status Menu: Display Linkage status of optical/Ethernet interface of GE-1/GE-2 port in the front panel. 3. List Forwarding Table Menu Display a table of those MAC addresses to be forwarded 4. List ADSL Port Status Menu Display connection rate and status of ADSL port.

The 2nd tier of Status Menu


1.Temperature 2.FAN 3. LEDs 4. External Alarm

none

6.1
6.1.1

List System Status


List Temperature
Table 6-2

List Temperature Staus

Directory 63: 3.Status Menu >1.List System Status >1.List Temperature Staus Purpose: Example: List System Status Menu >>> [1]: 1 Temperature 34.0 degree C Display temperature of ISAP.

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6.1.2

List Fan Status


Table 6-3

List Fan Staus

Directory 64: 3.Status Menu >1.List System Status >2.List Fan Staus Purpose: Display Fan status of ISAP. Alarm will be occurred when fan is abnormal

Example: List System Status Menu >>> [1]: 2 FAN Status: Normal

6.1.3

List LED Status


Table 6-4

List LED Staus

Directory 65: 3.Status Menu >1.List System Status >3.List LED Staus Purpose: Display LED status of ISAP. The sign displays LED lighted up about ADSL ports. ON: It stands for LED lighted up. Off: It stands for LED is dim.

Example: List System Status Menu >>> [2]: 3 LEDs Status: POWER LED: ON FAIL LED: OFF ENET 1 LED: ON ENET 2 LED: ON 1 2 3 Line 1~8 * * Line 9~16 Line 17~24 - Note: (*): ON, (-): OFF

4 * -

5 -

6 -

7 -

8 -

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6.1.4

List External Alarm


Table 6-5

List External Alarm

Directory 66: 3.Status Menu >1.List System Status >4.List External Alarm Purpose: Display the status of external alarm.

Example: List System Status Menu >>> [3]: 4 External Alarm External Alarm Input1 (Door Open): Normal External Alarm Input2 (Fire): Normal External Alarm Input3 (High Temperature): Normal External Alarm Input4 (Other): Normal Alarm Output1 (Critical): Off Alarm Output2 (Major): Off Alarm Output3 (Minor): Off Alarm Output4 (Audio): Off

Alarm Output 1~4

specifies specified the existing status of external alarm types. 1. on: It means specified alarm occurred. 2. off: It means no specified alarm occurred.

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6.2

List Ethernet Port Status


Table 6-6

List Ethernet Port Staus

Directory 67: 3.Status Menu >2.List Ethernet Port Status Purpose: Display linkage status of GE-1/GE-2 port in the front panel according to optical or electrical interface.

Example: 1 for Copper Interface: Status Menu >> [1]: 2 List ENET Port Status ENET-1 Link Status: Up Media: Copper Duplex Mode: Full Duplex Speed: 1000M ENET-2 Link Status: Up Media: Copper Duplex Mode: Full Duplex Speed: 1000M Example: 2 for Optical Interface: Status Menu >> [1]: 2 List ENET Port Status ENET-1 Link Status: Up Media: Fiber Duplex Mode: Full Duplex Speed: 1000M ENET-2 Link Status: Up Media: Fiber Duplex Mode: Full Duplex Speed: 1000M

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List Forwarding Table


Table 6-7

List ADSL Port Staus

Directory 68: 3.Status Menu >4.List Forwarding Table Purpose: Example: Status Menu >> [3]: 3 List Forwarding Table MAC VLAN ID PORT_ INDEX Type Process UNK MAC Mode ------------------------------------------------------------------FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF 0109 N/A STATIC PASS UNK MAC DIS FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF 0016 N/A STATIC PASS UNK MAC UC 00:00:03:00:00:01 0016 ENET01 DYNAMIC PASS UNK MAC DIS Display a table of those MAC addresses to be forwarded

6.4

List ADSL Port Status


Table 6-8

List ADSL Port Staus

Directory 69: 3.Status Menu >4.List ADSL Port Status Purpose: Example: Status Menu >> [1]: 4 List ADSL Port Status Select a start port [1]:40 Select a end port [1]:46 [Adsl port][Operation State][Adsl Mode][Upstream Rate][Downstream Rate] (kbps) (kbps) ----------------------------------------------------------------------40 Silent unknow 0 0 41 Showtime G.992.5 1200 26440 42 Silent unknow 0 0 43 Showtime G.992.5 1144 26488 44 Silent unknown 0 0 45 Idle unknown 0 0 46 Dialog Complete G.992.5 0 0 Display connection rate and status of ADSL port.

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Chapter 7
Table 7-1

PM Statistic Menu
Submenus of PM Statistic Menu

The 1st tier of PM Statistic Menu


1. List Ethernet Statistic Menu: Display data about transmission.

The 2nd tier of PM Statistic Menu


none 1.List 15m PM Data

2. List ADSL Statistic Menu: Display performance data

of active transmission about ADSL line.

2.List 24h (Day) PM Data 3.Clear PM Data

7.1

List Ethernet Statistic Menu


Table 7-2

List Ethernet Statistic

Directory 70: 4.PM Statistic Menu >1.List Ethernet Statistic Purpose: Example: Status Menu >> [1]: 4 List Ethernet Statistic Select ENET port index [1]: 1 ENET Port Index:1 Item value ------------------------------In Octets 1276519 In Ucast Pkts 1949 In NUcast Pkts 8737 In Discards 0 In Errors 0 In Unknown Protos 0 In Multi Pkts 104 In Broadcast Pkts 8633 Out Octets 47834 Out Ucast Pkts 297 Out NUcast Pkts 63 Out Discards 6 Out Errors 0 Out Multi Pkts 0 Out Broadcast Pkts 63 Display transmission status of Ethernet port.

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7.2
7.2.1

List ADSL Statistic Menu


List 15m PM Data
Table 7-3

List 15m PM Data-Line PM

Directory 71: 4.PM Statistic Menu >2.List ADSL Port Status >1.List 15m PM Data Purpose: Display line (Example: 1) / path (Example: 2) performance counters per 15 minutes about ADSL port.

Example: 1 for Line PM with ATUC direction: Status Menu >> [1]: 4 List ADSL Statistic Menu >>> [1]: 1 List 15m PM Data Select PM Type (line/path) [line]: line Select Direction (atuc/atur) [atuc]: atuc Select ADSL port [1]: 10 Select an interval start (0~96) [0]: 0 Select an interval end (0~96) [0]: 6 ============================================================= ADSL Port10 atuc 15min Line Statistics | FECS | ES | SES | UAS | LOSS | LPRS | LOFS | LOLS ------------------------------------------------------------15m-cur | 0 | 0 | 0 | 14 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 15 15m-01 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 706 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 110 15m-02 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 901 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 15m-03 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 900 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 15m-04 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 901 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 15m-05 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 900 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 15m-06 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 84 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 ============================================================= PM Type It specifies which PM type to be displayed. Valid option includes Line and Path. It specifies PM data to be displayed from the beginning index (start interval) to the ending index (end interval).

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Table 7-4

List 15m PM Data- Path PM

Example: 2 for Path PM with ATUR direction: List ADSL Statistic Menu >>> [1]: 1 List 15m PM Data Select PM Type (line/path) [line]: path Select Direction (atuc/atur) [atuc]: atur Select ADLS port [1]: 14 Select an interval start (0~96) [0]: 0 Select an interval end (0~96) [0]: 3 ============================================================= ADSL Port14 atur 15m Path Statistics | HEC | Total Cell |User Cell| IBE| CRC_P | CV_P -----------------------------------------------------------15m-cur| 0 | 4550815| 12 | 0 | 0 | 0 15m- 02| 643 | 55450423| 14 | 0 | 0 | 0 15m- 03| 0 | 5213337| 2 | 0 | 0 | 0 ============================================================

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7.2.2

List 24h (Day) PM Data


Table 7-5

List 24h (Day) PM Data-Line PM

Directory 72: 4.PM Statistic Menu >2.List ADSL Statistiic Menu>1. List 24h (Day) PM Data Purpose: Display line/path performance counters per 24 hours about ADSL port.

Example 1 for PATH PM with ATUR direction: List ADSL Statistic Menu >>> [1]: 2 List 24h (Day) PM Data Select PM Type (line/path) [line]: path Select Direction (atuc/atur) [atuc]: atur Select ADLS port [1]: 1 Select an interval start (0~7) [0]: 0 Select an interval end (0~7) [0]: 2 ============================================================ ADSL Port 01 atur 24h (Day) Path Statistics | HEC | Total Cell | User Cell| IBE | CRC_P | CV_P ------------------------------------------------------------Day-cur| 633 | 71514619| 18 | 27585| 0 | 0 Day-01 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 =============================================================

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Example 2 for PATH PM with ATUR direction: List ADSL Statistic Menu >>> [1]: 2 List 24h (Day) PM Data Select PM Type (line/path) [line]: path Select Direction (atuc/atur) [atuc]: atur Select ADLS port [1]: 1 Select an interval start (0~7) [0]: 0 Select an interval end (0~7) [0]: 2 ============================================================ ADSL Port 01 atur 24h (Day) Path Statistics | HEC |Total Cell|User Cell| IBE | CRC_P| CV_P ------------------------------------------------------------Day-cur| 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 Day-01 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 =============================================================

7.2.3

Clear PM Data
Table 7-6 Clear PM Data

Directory 73: 4.PM Statistic Menu >2.List ADSL Statistiic Menu>3. Clear PM Data Purpose: Clear specified PM data according to selection types: history, current and all.

Example: List ADSL Statistic Menu >>> [1]: 3 Clear PM data PM Data (History/Current/All) [Current]: Current Clear Current PM Data, are you sure? (YES/No)[No]: Yes

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Chapter 8

Testing Menu

The 1st tier Menu of Testing Menu

The 2nd tier of Testing Menu


1.Process SELT Test

1. SELT (Single End Line Test) Test Menu

2.List Test Result 3.Stop SELT Testing 1.Process DELT Test 2.List Test Result 3.Stop DELT Testing 1.Send OAM Loopback

2. DELT (Dual End Line Test) Test Menu

3. OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu

2.Display Test Result 3.Clear Test Result

This session introduces commands to run or view line diagnosis as below: SELT: Single Ended Loop Test DELT: Dual Ended Loop Test SELT and DELT achieve a goal which reduces time and effort to deploy a new ADSL line, as well as increasing the efficiency of post-install troubleshooting and maintenance. More information is available via DELT diagnose compares with SELT: Date Rate (up/down) Loop Attenation (up/down) SNR (up/down) Noise (up/down)

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Table 8-1

Features Comparison of DELT & SELT Features SELT Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 1 direction only Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Yes Yes Yes No DELT

Loop Length Loop Gauge Bridged Taps Location Bridged Taps Length Bridged Taps Gauge Load Coils Existence Load Coils Location Short on the Line ICN (Idle Channel Noise) Loop Interference Analysis Requires Enhanced CPE Requires dedicated DSLAM port

Process of executing SELT / DELT test Step


1

Procedure of SELT Test


Without modem connection Set SELT Test. See Directory 74: 5.Testing Menu >1.SELT Test Menu >1.Process SELT Test Get test result after executing SELT testing 90 seconds. See Directory 75: 5.Testing Menu >1.SELT Test Menu >2.List SELT Test Stop testing mode. See Directory 76: 5.Testing Menu >1.SELT Test Menu >3.Stop SELT Test

Procedure of DELT Test


Connect specified ADSL port with modem Set DELT Test. See Directory 77: 5.Testing Menu >2.DELT Test Menu >1.Process DELT Test Get test result after waiting for 90 seconds. See Directory 78: 5.Testing Menu >2.DELT Test Menu >1.List DELT Test Stop testing mode. See Directory 79: 5.Testing Menu >2.DSELT Test Menu >3.Stop DELT Test

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8.1

SELT TEST Menu


Table 8-1

Set SELT Testing

Directory 74: 5.Testing Menu >1.SELT Test Menu >1.Process SELT Test Purpose: Example: SELT Test Menu >>> [1]: 1 Process SELT Test Select an ADSL test port [1]: 8 Start the SELT Test on ADSL port 8? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Processing..... SELT takes about 90 seconds to finish Execute SELT test while ADSL port without connection with modem.

8.1.1

List SELT Test


Table 8-2

List SELT Testing

Directory 75: 5.Testing Menu >1.SELT Test Menu >2.List SELT Test Purpose: Example: SELT Test Menu >>> [1]: 1 List Test Result Select an tested ADSL port [1]: 8 ADSL port 8 SELT result Frequency Domain Reflectrometry (FDR) tone (real) (image) |tone (real) (image) |tone (real) (image) 1 414237EA C0C6C9C6 | 2 4136C6F5 C306F101 | 3 C3870606 C3DB913A 4 C4206438 C305993C | 5 C463C663 43ACB90C | 6 C4638EB8 447E8CEA (Omit data from tone index 5~253) Idle Channel Noise (ICN) Tone Value |Tone Value |Tone Value |Tone Value 6 BA1A | 7 BA01 | 8 BA16 | 9 BA00 10 BA01 | 11 BA00 | 12 BA01 | 13 BA00 (Omit data from tone index 11~94) 98 BA00 | 99 BA1B | 100 FFFFFFFF Display result of SELT test after executing SELT test 90 seconds.

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8.1.2

Stop SELT Test


Table 8-3

Stop SELT Testing

Directory 76: 5.Testing Menu >1.SELT Test Menu >3.Stop SELT Test Purpose: Example: SELT Test Menu >>> [1]: 3 Stop SELT Testing Select an ADSL port [1]: 10 Config ADSL port 10 stop test? [No]: Yes Config ADSL port 10 stop diagnostic. Stop running of SELT test after displaying SELT.

8.2
8.2.1

DELT TEST Menu


Process DELT Test
Table 8-4

Set DELT Testing

Directory 77: 5.Testing Menu >2.DELT Test Menu >1.Process DELT Test Purpose: Example: DELT Test Menu >>> [1]: 1 Process DELT Test Select an ADSL test port [1]: 8 Start the DELT Test on ADSL port 8? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Processing..... DELT takes about 90 seconds to finish Execute DELT test while ADSL port has been connected with modem.

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8.2.2

List DELT Test


Table 8-5

List DELT Testing

Directory 78: 5.Testing Menu >2.DELT Test Menu >1.List DELT Test Purpose: Example: DELT Test Menu >>> [1]: 2 List Test Result Select an tested ADSL port [1]: 1 Choice direction [atuc]: atuc ADSL port 01 atuc DELT result Scalar parameters measured during diagnostic Linear Representation Scale : 65535 Loop Attenuation : 16 Signal Attenuation : 15 Signal to Noise Ratio Margin : 75 Attainable Data Rate : 1004000 Far End Actual Aggregate Transmit Power : 124 Index LIN(real) LIN(imag) LOG QLN SNR 1 8000 8000 03ff 00ff 00ff 2 8000 8000 03ff 00ff 00ff 8000 03ff 00ff 00ff 3 8000 4 8000 8000 03ff 00ff 00ff 5 8000 8000 03ff 00ff 00ff 03ff 00ff 00ff 6 8000 8000 7 e6a8 1550 0075 0097 007d 8 1c10 e218 0063 009a 0072 9 db30 1820 005d 008e 0091 10 30f8 f7b0 0052 0094 0086 (Omit data from tone index 11~249) 63 64 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 Display result of DELT test after executing DELT test 90 seconds.

Choice direction

It specifies which direction to be displayed. Valid option includes atuc and atur.

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8.2.3

Stop DELT Test


Table 8-6

Stop DELT Testing

Directory 79: 5.Testing Menu >2.DSELT Test Menu >3.Stop DELT Test Purpose: Example: DELT Test Menu >>> [1]: 3 Stop DELT Testing Select an ADSL port [1]: 10 Config ADSL port 10 stop test? [No]: Yes Config ADSL port 10 stop diagnostic. Stop running of DELT test after displaying DELT.

8.3

OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu


The Operations and Management (OAM) provides functions as below: Fault detection: Fault localization Performance monitoring OAM defines standardized cells that are sent within the user data stream to provide particular information about a network and its elements.

8.3.1

Send OAM Loopback


Table 8-7

Send OAM Loopback

Directory 80: 5.Testing Menu >3.OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu >1.Sent OAM Loopback Purpose: Sent OAM loop back cell. Example: OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu >>> [2]: 1 Send OAM Loopback Select ADSL port index [1]: 2 Location ID [All-0s]: All-1s Send Loopback Test? [No]: Yes Send done. Location ID It specifies the structure of those packets will be send out for testing. Valid option: All-0s, All-1s

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8.3.2

Display OAM Loopback


Table 8-8

Display Test Result

Directory 81: 5.Testing Menu >3.OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu >2.Display Test Result Purpose: Display OAM loop back cell.

Example: OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu >>> [1]: 2 Display Test Result Select ADSL port index [1]: 2 Test result: SUCCESS.

8.3.3

Clear OAM Loopback


Table 8-9

Clear Test Result

Directory 82: 5.Testing Menu >3.OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu >3.Clear Test Result Purpose: Clear OAM loop back cell.

Example: OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu >>> [1]: 3 Clear Test Result Select ADSL port index [1]: 2 Clear Test result? [No] Yes Clear done.

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Chapter 9

Administration Menu

Administration Menu includes submens to configure below setting and Load Factory Default as shown on Table 9-1.
Table 9-1 Administrtion Menu

The 1st tier of Administration The 2nd tier of Administration Menu Menu
1. Display version Information none 1.Display Date and Time
2. Date and Time Menu

Pages
105 105 106 106 10 8 107 107 108 108 109 38 109 111 112

2. Set Date 3. Set Time 1.Display LAN Setting 2.Display Test Result 3.List SNMP Access Communities

3. Network Menu

4.Modify SNMP Access Communities 5.List SNMP Trap Communities 6.Modify SNMP Trap Communities 7.Delete SNMP Trap Communities

4. Write System Flash 5. Load Factory Default (*) 6. Remote Upgrade 7. Reboot

none none none none

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9.1

Display Version Information Menu


Table 9-2

Display Version Information Menu

Directory 83: 6.Administration Menu >1.Display version Menu Purpose: List version information of ISAP. Example: Administration >>> [1]: 1 Display Version Information Version Information ----------------------------------Software Version : 3.1.7 Hardware Module: 48 ports ADSL2+_with splitters Serial Number: 193270006 MAC Address: 00:0A:BE:01:06:C5

9.2
9.2.1

Date and Time Menu


Display Date and Time
Table 9-3

Display Date and Time Menu

Directory 84: 6.Administration Menu >1.Date And Time Menu >1.Display Date And Time Purpose: Display Date and Time of system. Example: Date and Time Menu >>> [1]:1 Display Date And Time 2009/4/17 10:21:27

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9.2.2

Set Date Menu


Table 9-4

Set Date Menu

Directory 85: 6.Administration Menu >1.Date And Time Menu >2.Set Date Menu Purpose: Set date of system. Example: Date and Time Menu >>> [1]:2 Set Date Current Date: 2009/4/17 Modify date? (YES/NO)[No]: Yes Year [2009]: 2009 Date [17]: 17 Modify date? YES/NO)[No]: Yes 2009/4/17 10:21:27

9.2.3

Set Time Menu


Table 9-5

Set Time Menu

Directory 86: 6.Administration Menu >1.Date And Time Menu >3.Set Time Menu Purpose: Set time of system. Example: Set Time Current Time: 9:47:14 Modify time? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Hour [9]: 9 Minute [47]: 47 Second [14]: 10 Modify time? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done. Current Time = 9:47:10 2008/11/28 9:47:10

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9.3
9.3.1

Networks Menu
List SNMP Access Communities
Table 9-6

List SNMP Access Communities Menu

Directory 87: 6.Administration Menu >3.Network Menu >3.List SNMP Access Communities Purpose: Display the authority and SNMP port of SNMP communities. Example: Network Configurations >>> [1]: 3 List SNMP Access Communities SNMP port: 161 Read community: public Write community: private

9.3.2

Modify SNMP Access Communities

Note:
This setting will not be recoveryed as default value after executing Load Factory Default command.
Table 9-7

Modify SNMP Access Communities Menu

Directory 88: 6.Administration Menu >3.Network Menu >4. Modify SNMP Access Communities Menu Purpose: Modify the authority and SNMP port of SNMP communities. Example: Network Configurations >>> [4]: 4 Modify SNMP Access Communities Read Community [public]: public Write Community [private]: private SNMP Port [161]: 161 This command will effect EMS. Are you sure? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Done

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9.3.3

List SNMP Trap Communities


Table 9-8

List SNMP Trap Communities Menu

Directory 89: 6.Administration Menu >3.Network Menu >5. List SNMP Trap Communities Menu Purpose: List the current IP and Trap port for getting alarm message about ISAP. Example: Network Configurations >>> [4]: 5 List SNMP Trap Communities Trap IP Trap Port Trap Community ----------------------------------------10.0.2.1 163 Trap 3

9.3.4

Modify SNMP Trap Communities ( * )


Table 9-9

Modify SNMP Trap Communities Menu

Directory 90: 6.Administration Menu >3.Network Menu >6. Modify SNMP Trap Communities Menu Purpose: Modify the current IP and Trap port for getting alarm message about ISAP. Example: Network Configurations >>> [5]: 6 Modify SNMP Trap Communities Enter a Trap IP: [0.0.0.0]: 10.0.2.1 Creating a new Trap IP. Enter Trap Port [162]: 162 Enter Trap Community [Trap]: Trap 1 Add this Trap IP? [No]: Yes Done.

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9.3.5

Delete SNMP Trap Communities


Table 9-10

Delete SNMP Trap Communities Menu

Directory 91: 6.Administration Menu >3.Network Menu >7. Delete SNMP Trap Communities Menu Purpose: Delete specified trap communities about ISAP. Example: Network Configurations >>> [6]: 7 Delete SNMP Trap Communities Enter Trap IP [10.0.2.1]: 10.0.2.1 Delete this Trap IP? [No]: Yes Done.

9.4

Load Factory Default (*)


This command enables users to recover default setting except for following settings which will be remained the final setting value:
Ethernet Port Setting (see Directory 11: 1.Provisioning Menu >10.ENET Config

Menu>2.Modify Setting)
LAN Setting (*) (see Directory 1 : Main Menu > 1.Administration > 2.Network Menu> 2.

Modify LAN Setting)


Modify SNMP Access Communities (*) (see Directory 88: 6.Administration Menu

>3.Network Menu >4. Modify SNMP Access Communities Menu)

Note: (*) stands for system will auto-reboot to activate this setting.
Table 9-11

Load Factory Default Menu

Directory 92: 6.Administration Menu >5.Load Factory Default Menu Purpose: Recover default setting except for above mentioned settings. Example: Administration >>> [6]: 5 Load Factory Factory Default (*) Are you sure load default? (YES/NO) [NO]: Yes Processing.. It takes about 10 seconds to load default setting!

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Chapter 10 Remote Upgrade


This chapter describes following processes to execute remote upgrade.

10.1

Cable Linkage

Internet

See Step 2

Connect TFTP Server with RS-232


Internett

Electric Power

TFTP Server: TFTP software applied


Figure 10-1 Cable Linkage

10.2

Remote Upgrade Procedure


Remote upgrade procedure includes three steps as following: Step 1: Make sure location of new firmware in TFTP server. Step 2: Modify the the same type of Network and subnet between ISAP setting and linkage via Directory 1) (refer to page 8 ). Fast Ethernet supported in the network linkage so that the LAN setting could be Fast Ethernet about ISAP. Set ISAP as 10.0.0.x (the same subnet with TFTP server, supposing IP of TFTP server is 10.0.0.1. Note: The sign * displayed the meaning of auto-reboot system after modification has been done about Network command. Step 3: Execute Remote Upgrade via menu: 6.Administration >6.Remote Upgrade (see 10.2.1) Step 4: Reboot ISAP-2100 to activate new firmware via menu: 6.Administration >5.Reboot (see 10.2.2)

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10.2.1 Remote Upgrade Command


Table 10-1 Remote Upgrade

Directory 93 : 6.Administration >6.Remote Upgrade Menu Purpose: Upgrade new firmware version via remote site by CIT or Telnet.

Example: Administration >> [4]:6 Remote Upgrade Server IP [0.0.0.0]: 10.0.14.27 (Specify TFTP server IP which loaded new version of firmware) Server Path []: /tftpboot/isap_img_v318_2107 (Specify file path of new version of firmware) Execute Remote Upgrade? [No]: Yes Prooocessing Downloading image MD5 file...Done. Downloading image file...Done. MD5 Checksum...Ok. ==Erasing and writing flash== Erasing 64 Kibyte @ 2f0000 -- 97 % complete. Writing Image part 1...Done. Erasing 64 Kibyte @ 2f0000 -- 97 % complete. Writing Image part 2...Done. Erasing 64 Kibyte @ 7f0000 -- 99 % complete. Writing Image part 3...Done. Upgrade Completed. OK> Remote Upgrade Completed

(Followings displayed only for those versions superior than v3.1.0)


This command will effect after system reboot! (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Are you sure write settings to system flash (NV-RAM)? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Processing...It takes about 5 seconds to write settings! Write settings to system flash completed Are you sure power restart? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes

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10.2.2 Reboot Device


Table 10-2 Reboot Device

Directory 94 : 6.Administration >5.Reboot Purpose: Reboot device to activate new version of firmfare.

10.2.3 Error Message Displayed about Loading


Table 10-3 Error Message: No files

Error Message 1 : Downloading image MD5 file.tftp: server says: No such file or directory Allocation error ERR> Solution: Check up new firmware has been loaded into specified TFTP server and exact directory.

Table 10-4 Error Message: timeout

Error Message 2: Downloading image MD5 filetftp: timeout Done Download image filetftp: timeout tftp: timeout Done MD5 ChecksumOk. Solution: It stands for busy network so that transmission is time out. File should be auto re-upgrade by system.

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Table 10-5 Error Message: MD5 Checksum Error

Error Message 3 : Downloading image MD5 fileDone, Download image fileDone. MD5 ChecksumError. Solution: Check up new file of firmware whether is correct or exact directory.

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Chapter 11 Example of Q-in-Q Setting


This chapter describes how to configure Q-in-Q mode for specified ADSL ports or Ethernet ports.

11.1

Configuration Q-in-Q mode

Upstream- See Step 3


Configure Ethernet port 1 to apply VLAN with VID 20

Apply VCL-2 with VID 10 (step 1 ) Upstream- Configure ADSL Port index 1 to apply
VCL-2 (step 2) Host PC Phone Line Untagged

Downstream- See Step 4


Internet
VID20( VID10 )

ISAP-2100

Modem Untagged

Downstream- See Step 5 Configure ADSL Port index 1 with VID 20


11.2 Procedure of Q-in-Q mode
Step 1: Add a new VCL profile (index no.2) with VLAN VID 10.

Directory 9: 1.Provisioning Menu >2.VCL Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles Purpose: Add & Modify the VCL profile. Example: Modify Profiles Select an index [1]: 2 Modify profile 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes VCL Name [VCL-2]: VCL-2 VCL VPI (0~255) [0]: 0 VCL Rx QoS Profile Index [1]: 1 VCL Tx QoS Profile Index [1]: 1 VCL Cross Connect ID [0]: 0 (to be continued)

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VCL VCL VCL VCL VCL VCL VCL VCL VCL VCL VCL VCL VCL VCL

VCI (0~65535) [35]: 35 Priority (0~7) [0]: 0 Encapsulation (VCMUX/LLC) [LLC]: LLC VLAN ID (0~4094) [16]: 10 Profile Index : 2 Profile Name : VCL-2 VPI : 0 Rx QoS Index : 1 Tx QoS Index : 1 Cross Connect ID: 0 VCI : 35 Priority : 0 Encapsulation : LLC VLAN ID : 10

Write profile 2? [No]: Yes

Step 2 : Configure ADSL port to apply VCL-2 with Default VID 10


Directory 13:1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>2.Modify Setting Purpose: Example: Modify Setting Select ADSL port index [1]: 1 Modify ADSL Port 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Ingress filter (ON/OFF) [ON ]: ON Input tag (UNTAGGED/TAGGED/ALL/NONE) [ALL]: ALL Output tag (YES/NO) [NO]: NO Max MAC (1~4096) [10]: 10 VPMT mode (NO VPMT/SINGLE VC/MULTI VC) [NO VPMT]: NO VPMT VPMT scheduling (Strict-Priority/Mixed) [Strict-Priority]: Strict-Priority VLAN stacking mode (OFF/ADD VLAN/EXT VLAN) [OFF]: OFF VLAN tunneling mode (OFF/1Q1Q) [OFF]: OFF DFC Group index [0]: 0 DFC AccGroup index [0]: 0 Protocol based VLAN (YES/NO) [NO]: NO TX Profile type (VCL/BUNDLE/VPMT) [VCL]: VCL TX Selected Profile index [1]: 2 RX Profile type (VCL/BUNDLE) [VCL]: VCL RX Selected Profile index [1]: 2 (omit same data as above) Modify ADSL Port 2? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Modify done. Configure the ADSL Port.

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Step 3: Configure Ethernet Port index 1 with stacking mode and VLAN ID 20.
Directory 11: 1.Provisioning Menu >10.ENET Config Menu>2.Modify Setting Purpose: Configure the Ethernet Port.

Example: Modify Setting Select ENET port index [1]: 1 Modify ENET Port 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes Uplink (YES/NO) [YES]: YES Ingress filter (ON/OFF) [ON ]: ON Input tag (UNTAGGED/TAGGED/ALL/NONE) [ALL]: ALL Output tag (YES/NO) [NO]: YES Max MAC (1~4096) [1000]: 1000 VLAN stacking mode (ADD VLAN/EXT VLAN/OFF) [OFF]: ADD VLAN Add VLAN ID (0~4094) [20]: 20 VLAN tunneling mode (1Q1Q/OFF) [OFF]: OFF Default VLAN (0~4094) [16]: 16 DFC Group index (0~255) [0]: 0 DFC AccGroup index (0~16) [0]: 0 Protocol based VLAN (YES/NO) [NO]: NO ENET Port Index:1 Uplink: Ingress filter: Input tag: Output tag: Max MAC: VLAN stacking mode: Add VLAN: VLAN tunneling mode: Default VLAN: DFC Group index: DFC AccGroup index: Protocol based VLAN:

YES ON ALL YES 1000 ADD VLAN 20 OFF 16 0 0 NO

Modify ENET Port 1? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes

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Step 4: Configure VID 10 to be passed through by Ethernet Port index 1 with tagged mode (upstream).

Directory 43: 1.Provisioning Menu >13.VLAN Config Menu>2.Modify Setting Purpose:


Example:

Configure VLAN Table.

VLAN Menu >>> [1]: 2 Add VLAN Select port Type (ENET/ADSL)[ENET]: ENET SELECT ENET port index [1]: 1 VLAN ID[0]: 10 TAGGED (ON/OFF)[OFF]: ON Add VLAN ID 10(YES/NO) [NO]: Yes Add done.

Step 5: Configure VID 20 to be passed through by ADSL port index 1 (downstream).

Directory 43: 1.Provisioning Menu >13.VLAN Config Menu>2.Modify Setting Purpose: Configure VLAN Table.

Example:

VLAN Menu >>> [1]: 2 Add VLAN Select Port Type (ENET/ADSL) [ENET]: ADSL Select ADSL port index [1]: 1 VLAN ID [0]: 20 TAGGED (ON/OFF) [OFF]: OFF Add VLAN ID 20? (YES/NO) [No]: Yes

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Appendix

Abbreviations and Acronyms

The abbreviations and acronyms used in this document.


Table 0-1 Abbreviations and Acronyms Table

Abbreviations
AAL ADSL AIS ATM ATU-C ATU-R CBR CV DSLAM ES EoA GE IP LAN LOF LOS LPR OAM PCR PSD PVC rtVBR SCR SNR SNMP UAS UBR VC VCI VCL VDSL VLAN ATM Adaptation Layer

Full Name
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber line Alarm Indication Signal Asynchronous Transfer Mode ADSL Transceiver Unit at the central office end ADSL Transceiver Unit at the remote end Constant Bit Rate Coding Violation Digital Subscriber line Access Multiplexer Error Seconds Ethernet over ATM Gigabit Ethernet Internet Protocol Local Area Network Loss of Frame Loss of Signal Loss of Power Operation, Administration, and Maintenance Peak Cell Rate Power Spectral Density Permanent Virtual Channel Real time Variable Bit Rate Sustainable Cell Rate Signal-to Noise Ratio Simple Network Management Protocol Unavailable Seconds Unspecified Bit Rate Virtual Channel Virtual Channel Identify Virtual Channel Link Very high-speed Digital Subscriber line Virtual Local Area Network

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Abbreviations
VP VPI WAN xDSL Virtual Path Virtual Path Identifier Wide Area Network ADSL/VDSL

Full Name

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Commands List
Directory 1 : Main Menu > 1.Administration > 2.Network Menu> 2. Modify LAN Setting .................................8 Directory 2: Main Menu > 1.Administration > 2.Network Menu> 2. Display LAN Setting .............................. 10 Directory 3: 1.Provisioning Menu >6.Admininstration Menu>3.Network Menu>9.Modify...............................11 Directory 4: 1.Provisioning Menu>6.Admininstration Menu>3.Network Menu>8.List Relay Agent Setting ... 12 Directory 5: 1.Provisioning Menu >14.IGMP Config Menu>1.Modify IGMP Config (*) .................................. 14 Directory 6: 1.Provisioning Menu >14.IGMP Config Menu>2.Display IGMP Config...................................... 16 Directory 7: 1.Provisioning Menu>1.Qos Profile Menu>1. Display Profiles ................................................... 17 Directory 8: 1.Provisioning Menu>1.Qos Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles ..................................................... 18 Directory 9: 1.Provisioning Menu >2.VCL Profile Menu>1.List Profiles ......................................................... 25 Directory 10: 1.Provisioning Menu >2.VCL Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles .................................................. 26 Directory 11: 1.Provisioning Menu >10.ENET Config Menu>2.Modify Setting .............................................. 28 Directory 12: 1.Provisioning Menu >10.ENET Config Menu>1.Display Ethernet Port................................... 31 Directory 13: 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>2.Modify Setting ......................................... 32 Directory 14: 1.Provisioning Menu >12.ADSL L2 Config Menu>1.Display Setting ........................................ 34 Directory 15 : 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu>4.ADSL Line Configuration........................ 35 Directory 16 : 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu>5.Display ADSL Line Configuration ........... 36 Directory 17 : 1.Administration Menu >4.Write System Flash........................................................................ 38 Directory 18 : 1.Provisioning Menu >3.Bundle Profile Menu>2. Modify Profiles............................................ 42 Directory 19: 1.Provisioning Menu >3.Bundle Profile Menu>3. Delete Profiles............................................. 44 Directory 20: 1.Provisioning Menu >3.Bundle Profile Menu>1. List Bundle Profiles ..................................... 44 Directory 21: 1.Provisioning Menu >3.VPMT Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles ............................................... 45 Directory 22: 1.Provisioning Menu >4.VPMT Profile Menu>1.List Profiles .................................................... 49 Directory 23: 1.Provisioning Menu >4.VPMT Profile Menu>3.Delete Profiles ............................................... 50 Directory 24: 1.Provisioning Menu >5.ADSL Line Profile Menu>2.Modify Profiles........................................ 51 Directory 25: 1.Provisioning Menu >5.ADSL Line Profile Menu>1.List Line Profiles ..................................... 54 Directory 26: 1.Provisioning Menu >5.ADSL Line Profile Menu >1.Delete Profiles ....................................... 54 Directory 27: 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu>1.Apply ADSL Line Profile .......................... 55 Directory 28: 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu >3.List ADSL Line Profile Mapping.............. 56 Directory 29 : 1.Provisioning Menu >6.ADSL Alarm Profile Menu >2.Modify Profiles ................................... 57 Directory 30: 1.Provisioning Menu >5.ADSL Alarm Profile Menu >1.List Profiles ......................................... 61 Directory 31: 1.Provisioning Menu >5.ADSL Alarm Profile Menu >3.Delete Profiles..................................... 61 Directory 32: 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu >2.Apply ADSL Alarm Profiles..................... 62 Directory 33: 1.Provisioning Menu >11.ADSL L1 Config Menu >3.List ADSL Alarm Mapping ...................... 63 Directory 34: 1.Provisioning Menu >7.Forwarding Table Menu >2.Set Forward Entry .................................. 64 Directory 35: 1.Provisioning Menu >7.Forwarding Table Menu >1.List Forward Entry.................................. 65 Directory 36: 1.Provisioning Menu >7.Forwarding Table Menu >3.Delete Forward Entry ............................. 65 Directory 37: 1.Provisioning Menu >8.Forwarding Table Menu >1.Add MAC Filter....................................... 66 Directory 38: 1.Provisioning Menu >8.Forwarding Table Menu >2. List MAC Filter ...................................... 67 Directory 39: 1.Provisioning Menu >8.Forwarding Table Menu >3.Delete MAC Filter................................... 67 Directory 40: 1.Provisioning Menu >9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >2.Modify DFC Accelerate Group ......... 68 Directory 41: 1.Provisioning Menu >9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >2.List DFC Accelerate Group .............. 69 Directory 42: 1.Provisioning Menu >9.DFC AccGroup Filter Menu >3.Delete DFC Accelerate Group.......... 69

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Directory 43: 1.Provisioning Menu >13.VLAN Config Menu >2.Add VLAN ................................................... 70 Directory 44: Provision> 13 VLAN Config Menu> 2.Display VLAN................................................................ 71 Directory 45: Provision> 13 VLAN Config Menu> 2.Display VLAN................................................................ 71 Directory 46: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >4.Add IGMP Router Port ............................... 72 Directory 47: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >4.List IGMP Router Port................................ 73 Directory 48: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >5.Delete IGMP Router Port ........................... 73 Directory 49: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >7.Add IGMP ACL........................................... 74 Directory 50: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >7.List IGMP ACL............................................ 74 Directory 51: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >8.Delete IGMP ACL....................................... 75 Directory 52: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >10.Add IGMP Member .................................. 76 Directory 53: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >9. List IGMP Member .................................... 76 Directory 54: 1.Provisioning Menu >14. IGMP Config Menu >11. Delete IGMP Member.............................. 77 Directory 55: 1.Provisioning Menu >15. Age Timer Config Menu >2.Modify Age Timer ................................ 77 Directory 56: 1.Provisioning Menu >15. Age Timer Config Menu >1.Display Age Timer ............................... 78 Directory 57: 2.Alarm Menu >1.List Current Alarms Menu............................................................................. 79 Directory 58: 2.Alarm Menu >2.List Alarms History ....................................................................................... 80 Directory 59: 2.Alarm Menu >3.Clear Alarm History ...................................................................................... 80 Directory 60: 2.Alarm Menu >5.Modify Severity and Reporting..................................................................... 81 Directory 61: 2.Alarm Menu >4.List Severity and Reporting .......................................................................... 82 Directory 62: 2.Alarm Menu >6.Reset Severity and Reporting ...................................................................... 86 Directory 63: 3.Status Menu >1.List System Status >1.List Temperature Staus ............................................ 87 Directory 64: 3.Status Menu >1.List System Status >2.List Fan Staus .......................................................... 88 Directory 65: 3.Status Menu >1.List System Status >3.List LED Staus ......................................................... 88 Directory 66: 3.Status Menu >1.List System Status >4.List External Alarm................................................... 89 Directory 67: 3.Status Menu >2.List Ethernet Port Status.............................................................................. 90 Directory 68: 3.Status Menu >4.List Forwarding Table .................................................................................. 91 Directory 69: 3.Status Menu >4.List ADSL Port Status .................................................................................. 91 Directory 70: 4.PM Statistic Menu >1.List Ethernet Statistic .......................................................................... 92 Directory 71: 4.PM Statistic Menu >2.List ADSL Port Status >1.List 15m PM Data....................................... 93 Directory 72: 4.PM Statistic Menu >2.List ADSL Statistiic Menu>1. List 24h (Day) PM Data ........................ 95 Directory 73: 4.PM Statistic Menu >2.List ADSL Statistiic Menu>3. Clear PM Data ...................................... 96 Directory 74: 5.Testing Menu >1.SELT Test Menu >1.Process SELT Test .................................................... 99 Directory 75: 5.Testing Menu >1.SELT Test Menu >2.List SELT Test ............................................................ 99 Directory 76: 5.Testing Menu >1.SELT Test Menu >3.Stop SELT Test ........................................................ 100 Directory 77: 5.Testing Menu >2.DELT Test Menu >1.Process DELT Test .................................................. 100 Directory 78: 5.Testing Menu >2.DELT Test Menu >1.List DELT Test.......................................................... 101 Directory 79: 5.Testing Menu >2.DSELT Test Menu >3.Stop DELT Test ..................................................... 102 Directory 80: 5.Testing Menu >3.OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu >1.Sent OAM Loopback .......................... 102 Directory 81: 5.Testing Menu >3.OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu >2.Display Test Result............................. 103 Directory 82: 5.Testing Menu >3.OAM F5 Loopback Test Menu >3.Clear Test Result................................ 103 Directory 83: 6.Administration Menu >1.Display version Menu ................................................................... 105 Directory 84: 6.Administration Menu >1.Date And Time Menu >1.Display Date And Time....................... 105 Directory 85: 6.Administration Menu >1.Date And Time Menu >2.Set Date Menu...................................... 106 Directory 86: 6.Administration Menu >1.Date And Time Menu >3.Set Time Menu...................................... 106 Directory 87: 6.Administration Menu >3.Network Menu >3.List SNMP Access Communities..................... 107 Directory 88: 6.Administration Menu >3.Network Menu >4. Modify SNMP Access Communities Menu..... 107

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Directory 89: 6.Administration Menu >3.Network Menu >5. List SNMP Trap Communities Menu.............. 108 Directory 90: 6.Administration Menu >3.Network Menu >6. Modify SNMP Trap Communities Menu......... 108 Directory 91: 6.Administration Menu >3.Network Menu >7. Delete SNMP Trap Communities Menu ......... 109 Directory 92: 6.Administration Menu >5.Load Factory Default Menu .......................................................... 109 Directory 93 : 6.Administration >6.Remote Upgrade Menu .......................................................................... 111 Directory 94 : 6.Administration >5.Reboot ....................................................................................................112

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