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Command Submodes for Ethernet Configuration

The following table describes the commands for entering the relevant command submodes from Global Con
Table 11

Command Submodes for Ethernet Configuration

Command
interface ethernet <NUMBER>
bridge-port <BRIDGEPORT>
policing
policing-cos-group
policing-cos-group-mapping
config-ethernet-profiles
ethernet-epl <RSPLAN> <RSPWAN>
interface ethernet-eps <RSP>
lan

wan

ethernet-mac-whitelist

ethernet-profiles
vlan <VLANID> [<NAME>]
fdb receiveport <PORTNO>
lag <BRIDGEPORT> [<NAME>]
spanning-tree mst
wred-profile
scheduler-profile
wred-or-color-dropping
ethernet-pm <RSP>
pm
imcontroller rl-ime <RSP>
network-synch nominee <IFNAME>
protection
controller <SDHSTM1SCALAROBJECTS>

controller xfprotection-port <R/S/P>


controller xfprotection-line <R/S/P>
controller xfprotection-equipment <R/S>
controller sdhstm1porttable <R/S/P>
ethernet-oam
(1) As displayed in the command prompt.
(2) Depending on the hardware units actually used, only some of the submodes may be relevant.

8.3 Command Submodes for CES

The following table describes the commands for entering the relevant command submodes from Global Con
Table 12

Command Submodes for Circuit Emulation Services (CES ) Configuration

Command
ces
controller ces server <SERVERNAME>
ip-access <VLAN-ID>
controller ces pdh <IFNAME>
controller ces pw <SERVERNAME>
<PWNUMBER>
mef

ip
pm
(1) As displayed in the command prompt.
(2) Depending on the hardware units actually used, only some of the submodes may be relevant.

8.4 Command Submodes for IP Router Configuration

The following table describes the command for entering the single relevant command submode from Globa
Table 13

Command Submodes for IP Router Configuration

Command
router ospf
(1) As displayed in the command prompt.

8.5 Command Submodes for Configuration of Serial Interfaces

The following table describes the command for entering the single relevant command submode from Globa
Table 14
Command

Command Submodes for Configuration of Serial Interfaces

interface serial <RSP>


(1) As displayed in the command prompt.

9 CLI Tool

MINI-LINK CLI Tool makes it possible for a planning engineer to prepare a set of CLI commands in a standa

MINI-LINK CLI Tool is an application that runs on a field technician's PC. This PC is connected through a US
Note:
CLI Tool does not support SSH.

The rest of this section gives details about installation and the CLI Tool user interface. For more informatio

9.1 Installation
For information about installing the required software and configuring a PC for CLI, see Section 3.

9.2 User Interface Overview


Figure 4 shows the different parts of the MINI-LINK CLI Tool user interface:

Figure 4
A

CLI Tool User Interface

9.3 Menus
This section describes the menus in MINI-LINK CLI Tool.

9.3.1 File menu


Select script file Opens a browser window where you can locate a script file.
Select log file Opens a browser window where you can locate a log file.
Exit Exits MINI-LINK CLI Tool.

9.3.2 Help menu


About ... Displays version information.

9.4 Session Pane


Figure 5 shows example output in the session pane:

Figure 5

CLI Tool Session Pane

The session pane displays commands that have been executed and the corresponding responses from the s

The output is formatted as follows:


CLI Tool progress reports are aqua and bold.
CLI prompts are black and bold.
CLI Tool output is blue and italic.

Commands from script files are blue.


Comments from script files are purple and italic.
CLI responses are green unless CLI Tool detects them as error messages, in which case they are red, bold

Reference List

[1] Accessing a Network Element, 3/1543-HRA 901 20V11


[2] CLI Descriptions , 22/1551-HRA 901 20-V11
[3] Installing or Uninstalling MINI-LINK Craft ,
7/1531-CXP 902 0013/1
[4] Personal Health and Safety Information ,
124 46-2885
[5] Preparing a CLI Script File Offline , 16/1553HRA 901 20-V11
[6] Security Management Operations , 8/1543HRA 901 20-V11
[7] Supplementary Safety Information for MINILINK , 124 46-HSD 101 16/1
[8] System Safety Information , 124 46-2886
[9] Transferring a CLI Script File on Site ,
17/1553-HRA 901 20-V11
CLI User Guide
MINI-LINK TN ETSI

commands for entering the relevant command submodes from Global Configuration mode, and the purpose for each one o

thernet Configuration
Command Submode(1)(2)
(interface-ethernet)
(config-bridgeport)
(config-bridgeport-policing)
(config-bridgeport-pol-cos-group)
(config-bridgeport-pol-cos-group-mapping)
(config-pol-bw-profile)
(config-eth-epl)
(config-eth)
(config-lan)

(config-wan)

(config-eth-mac-whitelist)

(config-ethernet-profiles)
(config-vlan)
(config-vlan-fdb)
(config-lag)
(config-mst)
(config-wred-profile)
(config-scheduler-profile)
(config-wred-or-color-dropping)
(eth-pm)
(pm)
(config-rl-ime)
(config-synch-nominee)
(protection)
(controller-xfsdhstm1-scalarobjects)

(controller-xfprotection-port)
(controller-xfprotection-line)
(controller-xfprotection-eq)
(controller-xfsdhstm1)
(config-ethoam)

ually used, only some of the submodes may be relevant.

commands for entering the relevant command submodes from Global Configuration mode, and the purpose for each one o

ircuit Emulation Services (CES ) Configuration


Command Submode(1)(2)
(config-ces)
(config-ces-server)
(config-ces-ip-access-vlan)
(config-ces-pdh)
(config-ces-pw)
(config-ces-pw-mef)

(config-ces-pw-ip)
(config-ces-pw-pm)

ually used, only some of the submodes may be relevant.

er Configuration

command for entering the single relevant command submode from Global Configuration mode.

Router Configuration
Command Submode(1)
-ospf(config-router)

ration of Serial Interfaces

command for entering the single relevant command submode from Global Configuration mode.

onfiguration of Serial Interfaces

Command Submode(1)

(interface-serial)

ible for a planning engineer to prepare a set of CLI commands in a standard text file, which can later be run on-site on a n

on that runs on a field technician's PC. This PC is connected through a USB cable to a MINI-LINK node that is being deploy

ils about installation and the CLI Tool user interface. For more information on using CLI Tool, see Transferring a CLI Script

he required software and configuring a PC for CLI, see Section 3.

of the MINI-LINK CLI Tool user interface:

in MINI-LINK CLI Tool.

owser window where you can locate a script file.


ser window where you can locate a log file.

session pane:

nds that have been executed and the corresponding responses from the system.

ua and bold.

purple and italic.


CLI Tool detects them as error messages, in which case they are red, bold, and italic.

Global Configuration mode, and the purpose for each one of them.

Purpose
Configure site LAN port.
Configure the bridge ports in the Ethernet Switch.
Configure policing. This mode is entered from
(config-bridgeport).
Enable policing. This mode is entered from (configbridgeport).
Configure policing CoS mapping. This mode is
entered from (config-bridgeport).
Configure Ethernet profiles.
Configure Layer 1 Connection.
Configure all Ethernet interfaces, except for ETU2
(see submode: interface-ethernet).
Configure LAN, applicable for both Layer 1
Connection and Ethernet Switch. This mode is
entered from (config-eth).
Configure WAN, applicable for both Layer 1
Connection and Ethernet Switch. This mode is
entered from (config-eth).
Configure Ethernet MAC address white lists. MAC
address white lists are used to determine which MAC
addresses are accepted for port access at the
network edge.
Configure Ethernet profiles, such as WRED and
scheduler.
Create and configure a VLAN.
Configure forwarding of database (FDB). This mode
is entered from (config-vlan).
Configure a link aggregation group for Ethernet
protection.
Configure spanning-tree.
Configure WRED. This mode is entered from (configethernet-profiles).
Configure scheduler. This mode is entered from
(config-ethernet-profiles).
Configure WRED or color-dropping. This mode is
entered from (config-wan).
Clear Ethernet PM data.
Configure Ethernet PM.
Configure RL-IME alarms and events.
Enable the selected interface as synchronization
nominee.
Configure Ethernet Switch Protection.
Configure LTU 155 to LTU2 155 migration.

Configure LTU2 155 port protection.


Configure LTU2 155 line protection.
Configure LTU2 155 equipment protection.
Configure LTU2 155 STM1 port.
Configure Link OAM.

Global Configuration mode, and the purpose for each one of them.

Purpose
Configure general CES parameters.
Configure the given CES Server.
Create an entry in the IP Access table. The mode is
entered from (config-ces-server).
Configure CES PDH parameters.
Configure the given PseudoWire (PW) of the given
CES Server parameters.
Configure Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) parameters of
PW. The mode is entered from (config-ces-pw).
Configure IP parameters of PW. The mode is entered
from (config-ces-pw).
Configure PM parameters of PW. The mode is entered
from (config-ces-pw).

om Global Configuration mode.

Purpose
Configure OSPF, for example, as a stub area.

om Global Configuration mode.

Purpose

Configure serial interfaces for PPP.

n a standard text file, which can later be run on-site on a newly installed MINI-LINK node. For more information on creatin

ough a USB cable to a MINI-LINK node that is being deployed. CLI Tool is not part of MINI-LINK Craft and does not interac

nformation on using CLI Tool, see Transferring a CLI Script File on Site, Reference [9].

Menu bar Contains commands, see Section 9.3.

Connection parameters Contains the IP


address and passwords needed for connection.

Connection and execution Allows control of


connection and execution of script files. During a
connection attempt, the upper button changes
from Connect to Cancel. If connection is
successful, this button changes from Connect to
Disconnect and the lower button from Preload
(that is reading connection parameters from the
script file) to Execute. During execution of a
script file, the lower button changes to Cancel.
Timeout [s] sets how long CLI Tool waits for a
response from the node. The Stop on Error
check box controls whether execution of a script
file should stop if an error is detected.

File name selection Contains file name


fields and Browse buttons used to select script
files and log files.

Session pane Displays executed commands and


system responses, see Section 9.4.
Command entry box and related buttons
Allows individual commands to be entered and
executed (by clicking Run). It is also possible to
get help for the command (by clicking ?).

from the system.

e red, bold, and italic.

more information on creating these files, see Preparing a CLI Script File Offline, Reference [5].
Craft and does not interact with it, but MINI-LINK Craft may be used together with CLI Tool.