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BASIC CONFIGURATION

To change/create BOF file or to go to BOF command prompt:


# bof

To change/create SF/CPM management port IP:


#bof> address ip_address/prefix primary

To set SF/CPM console port speed:


#bof> speed n
(speed n in Mbps)

To save BOF file (need to execute when any modification made to BOF file)
# bof save

To save router configuration:


# admin save

Configure the system time zone to GMT:


#configure system time zone <GMT>

Define/set system time:


#admin set-time <date in yyy/mm/dd> <time in hh:min:sec>

Define router system name


#configure system name router-name

To reboot router:
#admin reboot

Configure static route:


#configure router static-route <destination network address> <mask> next-hop
<next hop interface ip/exit interface ip of local router>
Note: default route is a static route with destination address 0.0.0.0/0

Configure RID explicitly:


#configure router router-id <ip for router_id>

Configure a Card/IOM:
#configure card <slot id of card> card-type <type of card>

Configure a MDA:
#configure card <slot id of card> mda <slot id of mda> mda-type <type of
mda>

Shutdown a Card/IOM:
#configure card <slot id of card> shutdown

Shutdown MDA:
#configure card <slot id of card> mda <slot id of mda> shutdown

De-provision a Card/IOM:
#configure no card <slot id of card>

De-provision MDA:
#configure card <slot id of card> no mda <slot id of mda>

Configure router port 1/1/2:


#configure port 1/1/2 no shutdown

Configure router interface on port 1/1/2 and assign ip address (10.10.10.15/24)


on it:
#configure router interface interface name address 10.10.10.15/24
>if# port 1/1/2

To display BOF parameters:


# show bof

To display the contents of BOF file:


# file type cf3:\bog.cfg

To display files in cf3 drive:


# file dir <cf3:\>

Display router boot message:


#show boot-messages

To display router configuration:


# admin display-config

Display system time:


#show system time

Display OS version:
#show version

Display router status (up/down) and admin/operational status of all protocols:


#show router status

Display a log file:


#show log log-id log_id

Display what log files are recording for ongoing events


#show log log-collector

Display current card info of router:


#show card

Display current MDA configuration


#show mda

Display port configuration


#show port <port id> <detail>

Display ARP table of router:


#show router arp

Clear all ARP entry from ARP table:


#clear router arp all

Display routing table:


#show router route-table

Display static route only:


#show router static-route

Display all interfaces of router:


#show router interface

Display only OSPF interfaces:


#show router ospf interface

Alcatel-Lucent routers support the following Ethernet port types:


- Fast Ethernet (10/100BASE-T)
- Gigabit (1000BASE-T)
- 10Gigabit Ethernet (10GBASE-X) ports on an appropriate MDA.

Router ports must be configured as either access, hybrid or network. The default is network.
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Access ports: Configured for customer facing traffic on which services are configured. If a
Service Access Port (SAP) is to be configured on the port or channel, it must be configured as an
access port or channel.

Network ports: Configured for network facing traffic. These ports participate in the service
provider transport or infrastructure network. Dot1q is supported on network ports.

Hybrid ports: Configured for access and network facing traffic. While the default mode of an
Ethernet port remains network, the mode of a port cannot be changed between the
access/network/hybrid values unless the port is shut down and the configured SAPs and/or
interfaces are deleted. Hybrid ports allow a single port to operate in both access and network
modes. MTU of port in hybrid mode is the same as in network mode except for the 10/100 MDA.
The default encap for hybrid port mode is dot1q; it also supports QinQ encapsulation on the port
level. Null hybrid port mode is not supported.
Once the port is changed to hybrid, the default MTU of the port is changed to
match the value of 9212 bytes currently used in network mode (higher than
an access port); this is to ensure that both SAP and network VLANs can be
accommodated. The only exception is when the port is a 10/100 fast
Ethernet. In those cases, the MTU in hybrid mode is set to 1522 bytes, which
corresponds to the default access MTU with QinQ, which is larger than the
network dot1q MTU or access dot1q MTU for this type of Ethernet port.