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mcRNC16 Operating Documentation

Multicontroller RNC IP Parameters


DN0983188
Issue 04
Approval Date 2015-07-10

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1. Introduction

The purpose of this document is to assist users in finding parameters, their meanings, specifications, and default values. Th
managed objects and parameters are listed in alphabetical order.

2. How to read this excel report

The excel report provides a full information on the parameter dictionary. It shows the full set of parameter attributes includin
the change information.
The excel report consists of two main sections:
- MO Class Tree
- Parameter List

2. 1 MO Class Tree
This section shows the full Managed Object Class tree with the names of classes. Rows are grouped into respective class
levels for structured and convenient view. Use unfold (+) and fold (-) buttons in the left panel to browse the tree.

2.2 Parameter List


This section shows the full parameter information including the following:
- abbreviated names
- managed objects
- parent/child parameter relationships
- default values
- range and step
- field descriptions
- change information
2.2.1 Field descriptions
Field descriptions are provided in the second row of Parameter List section. Use fold (-) and unfold (+) buttons on the left
panel to respectively hide and show the field descriptions.
2.2.2 Change information
Change information is a part of Parameter List section and is available in the following ways:

1. Definition on whether the parameter is new, removed, changed, or has been moved to another location in the structure (f
example, to another managed object class). That definition is provided in the following columns:
- Changes between issues ... which shows the changes since the previous issue of the document.
- Changes between releases ... which shows the changes since the latest issue of the document in the previous product
release.
If the cell is empty, the parameter is not changed, nor new, nor removed, nor moved.
Note that removed parameters are listed in the very bottom and they are marked with red font.
Filters are enabled for convenient browsing of the change categories.

2. Detailed change information showing the current and previous values of parameter attributes. That information is provide
in the following columns:

- <parameter attribute> in issue ... which shows the value in the previous issue of the document.
- <parameter attribute> in release ... which shows value in the latest issue of the document in the previous product release.

The columns are grouped into attribute-specific sections for structured and convenient view. Use unfold (+) and fold (-) butt
in the top bar to browse the attribute-specific change details. Use unfold all (2) and fold all (1) buttons on the left hand side
the top bar to respectively show and hide the change details for the whole report.

Note that for all parameters except new and removed ones, the field values for previous issue and previous release are alw
provided to show total history information. Additionally, the changed attributes of parameters are highlighted with grey color
Highlights are enabled to specify whether there is a change between issues or releases.

Note that for all parameters except new and removed ones, the field values for previous issue and previous release are alw
provided to show total history information. Additionally, the changed attributes of parameters are highlighted with grey color
Highlights are enabled to specify whether there is a change between issues or releases.

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Changes between issues
03 and 04

Changes between releases Abbreviated Name


mcRN4.1 and mcRNC16

action

addrFamily

chain

dscp

dscpMark

dstAddr

dstPortRange

index

inputIface

outputIface

pipMark

protocol

srcAddr

srcPortRange

vrf

address

iface

instanceId

mask

role

user

vrf

address

bfdDetectMult

bfdMonitoring

bfdRxInterval

bfdTxInterval

priority

matchAll

protocol

asPathTruncate

instanceId

rank

subnet

weight

New

New

adminState

detectMultiplier

New

New

dscp

dstAddr

instanceId

referenceId

rxInterval

srcAddr

txInterval

vrf

New

New

instanceID

New

New

postActivationSnapshotPolicy

forwarder

instanceId

admin

iface

ipv4forwarding

ipv4rpfilter

mtu

outqset

port

proxyArp

rateLimit

vrf

cost

instanceId

subnet

cost

ifName

cost

instanceId

subnet

action

filter

fromMasklen

instanceId

protocol

rank

subnet

toMasklen

bfdHoldTime

instanceId

maxPathSplits

routerId

New

New

adminState

New

New

dscp

dstAddr

echoReplyTimeout

echoRequestInterval

instanceId

maxLostPackets

payloadLength

referenceId

srcAddr

vrf

dscpProfileName

idspId

profileList

dscpNumber

phb

InstanceID

committedBW

committedDcnBW

committedSigBW

dspmProfileID

ifcNRTDCH

ifcNRTHSDPA

ipBasedRouteName

ipbrId

localMuxUDPPort

maxMuxPackets

phbProfileID

remoteMuxUDPPort

routeBW

schedulerType

udpMuxDSCP

udpMuxEnabled

phbId

phbProfileName

profileList

expWeig

length

maxDrop

maxThreshold

minThreshold

phb

queWeight

address

iface

instanceId

ipBasedRouteId

phbAF1

phbAF2

phbAF3

phbAF4

phbBE

phbEF

vrf

IPV4MaskLength

IPV4SubnetAddress

assocMaxRetrans

hbInterval

iubsntId

maxSCTPFrameSize

pathMaxRetrans

rtoInitial

rtoMax

rtoMin

sackPeriod

vrf

admin

algorithm

iface

ipv4forwarding

ipv4rpfilter

lacp

mtu

outqset

proxyArp

rateLimit

slave

vrf

iface

rcUnit

iface

rcUnit

enableMonitoring

monGroupName

rcUnit

type

instanceId

nexthop

rcUnit

vrf

instanceId

nexthop

rcUnit

vrf

keyId

secret

keyId

secret

availableTimezones

forwarder

instanceId

timezone

areaId

defaultCost

stub

defaultAseCost

defaultAseType

instanceId

rfc1583Compatibility

spfDelay

spfHoldTime

throttleSpfDelay

throttleSpfHoldtimeMax

throttleSpfHoldtimeStart

authType

bfdDetectMult

bfdMonitoring

bfdRxInterval

bfdTxInterval

deadInterval

electionPriority

fastHelloInterval

helloInterval

interface

ospfCost

passive

password

retransmitInterval

protocol

rank

advertiseAlways

cost

instanceId

subnet

authType

deadInterval

helloInterval

instanceId

password

retransmitInterval

router

via

name

portGrpName

ports

qsetName

queueDropperAlgo

queueLength

queueName

queueSpec

queueWeight

instanceId

restrict

subnet

filter

instanceId

subnet

id

name

instanceId

mtu

nexthop

rank

source

subnet

ipReflSessId

destIpAddr

destIpPort

dscpVal

freqOfPacket

ipSenderSessId

lenOfPacket

plrThreshold

rttThreshold

srcIpAddr

stateOfsession

vrf

admin

ipv4forwarding

ipv4rpfilter

mapping

mtu

proxyArp

realIface

vid

vlanIface

vrf

prioMapName

prioMapType

prioMapping

prioMappingFrom

prioMappingTo

id

name

MO Class

Parameter Category

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ACL

Basic parameters

ADDR

Basic parameters

ADDR

Basic parameters

ADDR

Basic parameters

ADDR

Basic parameters

ADDR

Basic parameters

ADDR

Basic parameters

ADDR

Basic parameters

ADR4GW

Basic parameters

ADR4GW

Basic parameters

ADR4GW

Basic parameters

ADR4GW

Basic parameters

ADR4GW

Basic parameters

ADR4GW

Basic parameters

AGPRO4

Advanced parameters

AGPRO4

Advanced parameters

AGRT4

Advanced parameters

AGRT4

Advanced parameters

AGRT4

Advanced parameters

AGRT4

Advanced parameters

AGRT4

Advanced parameters

BFDS

Basic parameters

BFDS

Basic parameters

BFDS

Advanced parameters

BFDS

Basic parameters

BFDS

Basic parameters

BFDS

Basic parameters

BFDS

Basic parameters

BFDS

Basic parameters

BFDS

Basic parameters

BFDS

Basic parameters

CPCTRL

Basic parameters

CPCTRL

Basic parameters

DNS

Basic parameters

DNS

Basic parameters

ETHER

Basic parameters

ETHER

Basic parameters

ETHER

Advanced parameters

ETHER

Advanced parameters

ETHER

Basic parameters

ETHER

Basic parameters

ETHER

Basic parameters

ETHER

Advanced parameters

ETHER

Advanced parameters

ETHER

Basic parameters

EXAG4

Advanced parameters

EXAG4

Advanced parameters

EXAG4

Advanced parameters

EXDI4

Basic parameters

EXDI4

Basic parameters

EXSR4

Basic parameters

EXSR4

Basic parameters

EXSR4

Basic parameters

FLTR4

Advanced parameters

FLTR4

Advanced parameters

FLTR4

Advanced parameters

FLTR4

Advanced parameters

FLTR4

Advanced parameters

FLTR4

Advanced parameters

FLTR4

Advanced parameters

FLTR4

Advanced parameters

GLPRM

Basic parameters

GLPRM

Basic parameters

GLPRM

Basic parameters

GLPRM

Basic parameters

ICMPS

Basic parameters

ICMPS

Advanced parameters

ICMPS

Basic parameters

ICMPS

Advanced parameters

ICMPS

Advanced parameters

ICMPS

Basic parameters

ICMPS

Advanced parameters

ICMPS

Advanced parameters

ICMPS

Basic parameters

ICMPS

Basic parameters

ICMPS

Basic parameters

IDSP

Basic parameters

IDSP

Basic parameters

IDSP

Basic parameters

IDSP

Basic parameters

IDSP

Basic parameters

IP

Basic parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Advanced parameters

IPBR

Advanced parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Advanced parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Basic parameters

IPBR

Advanced parameters

IPBR

Advanced parameters

IPHB

Basic parameters

IPHB

Basic parameters

IPHB

Basic parameters

IPHB

Basic parameters

IPHB

Basic parameters

IPHB

Basic parameters

IPHB

Basic parameters

IPHB

Basic parameters

IPHB

Basic parameters

IPHB

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IPRO

Basic parameters

IUBSNT

Basic parameters

IUBSNT

Basic parameters

IUBSNT

Advanced parameters

IUBSNT

Advanced parameters

IUBSNT

Basic parameters

IUBSNT

Advanced parameters

IUBSNT

Advanced parameters

IUBSNT

Advanced parameters

IUBSNT

Advanced parameters

IUBSNT

Advanced parameters

IUBSNT

Advanced parameters

IUBSNT

Basic parameters

LAGGR

Basic parameters

LAGGR

Advanced parameters

LAGGR

Basic parameters

LAGGR

Advanced parameters

LAGGR

Advanced parameters

LAGGR

Basic parameters

LAGGR

Basic parameters

LAGGR

Basic parameters

LAGGR

Advanced parameters

LAGGR

Basic parameters

LAGGR

Basic parameters

LAGGR

Basic parameters

LNSIF

Basic parameters

LNSIF

Basic parameters

LNSIF

Basic parameters

LNSIF

Basic parameters

LNSMG

Basic parameters

LNSMG

Basic parameters

LNSMG

Basic parameters

LNSMG

Basic parameters

LNSNH

Advanced parameters

LNSNH

Advanced parameters

LNSNH

Advanced parameters

LNSNH

Advanced parameters

LNSNH

Advanced parameters

LNSNH

Advanced parameters

LNSNH

Advanced parameters

LNSNH

Advanced parameters

MD5

Advanced parameters

MD5

Advanced parameters

MD5

Advanced parameters

MD5

Advanced parameters

NTP

Basic parameters

NTP

Basic parameters

NTP

Basic parameters

NTP

Basic parameters

O2AREA

Basic parameters

O2AREA

Advanced parameters

O2AREA

Basic parameters

O2GLBL

Advanced parameters

O2GLBL

Advanced parameters

O2GLBL

Basic parameters

O2GLBL

Advanced parameters

O2GLBL

Basic parameters

O2GLBL

Basic parameters

O2GLBL

Advanced parameters

O2GLBL

Advanced parameters

O2GLBL

Advanced parameters

O2IFC

Advanced parameters

O2IFC

Basic parameters

O2IFC

Basic parameters

O2IFC

Basic parameters

O2IFC

Basic parameters

O2IFC

Basic parameters

O2IFC

Basic parameters

O2IFC

Advanced parameters

O2IFC

Basic parameters

O2IFC

Basic parameters

O2IFC

Basic parameters

O2IFC

Advanced parameters

O2IFC

Advanced parameters

O2IFC

Advanced parameters

O2RNK

Basic parameters

O2RNK

Basic parameters

OSTB4

Basic parameters

OSTB4

Basic parameters

OSTB4

Basic parameters

OSTB4

Basic parameters

OVLNK4

Advanced parameters

OVLNK4

Advanced parameters

OVLNK4

Advanced parameters

OVLNK4

Advanced parameters

OVLNK4

Advanced parameters

OVLNK4

Advanced parameters

OVLNK4

Advanced parameters

OVLNK4

Advanced parameters

OWNER

Basic parameters

PRTGRP

Basic parameters

PRTGRP

Basic parameters

QSET

Basic parameters

QSPEC

Advanced parameters

QSPEC

Basic parameters

QSPEC

Basic parameters

QSPEC

Basic parameters

QSPEC

Basic parameters

RNG4

Basic parameters

RNG4

Basic parameters

RNG4

Basic parameters

ROUTE4

Advanced parameters

ROUTE4

Advanced parameters

ROUTE4

Advanced parameters

RTINST

Basic parameters

RTINST

Basic parameters

SRT4

Basic parameters

SRT4

Advanced parameters

SRT4

Basic parameters

SRT4

Basic parameters

SRT4

Advanced parameters

SRT4

Basic parameters

TWAMPR

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

TWAMPS

Advanced parameters

VLAN

Basic parameters

VLAN

Advanced parameters

VLAN

Advanced parameters

VLAN

Basic parameters

VLAN

Basic parameters

VLAN

Advanced parameters

VLAN

Basic parameters

VLAN

Basic parameters

VLAN

Basic parameters

VLAN

Basic parameters

VLANPM

Basic parameters

VLANPM

Basic parameters

VLANPM

Basic parameters

VLANPM

Basic parameters

VLANPM

Basic parameters

VRF

Basic parameters

VRF

Basic parameters

Parent Structure

Child Parameters

dscpNumber
phb

profileList

profileList

profileList

profileList

profileList

expWeig
length
maxDrop
maxThreshold
minThreshold
phb
queWeight

profileList

profileList

profileList

profileList

prioMappingFrom
prioMappingTo

prioMapping

prioMapping

Full Name

3GPP Name

Data Type

Action

Enumeration

Address family

Enumeration

Chain

Enumeration

DSCP

String

DSCP mark

String

Destination IP subnet

String

Destination port range

String

Index

Number

Input interface

String

Output interface

String

PIP mark

Number

Protocol

String

Source IP subnet

String

Source port range

String

Virtual routing and forwarding

String

IP address

String

Interface name

String

Instance ID

String

Mask

Number

Role of the address

String

User of the address

String

Virtual routing and forwarding

String

Address

String

BFD detect mult

Number

BFD monitoring

Enumeration

BFD rx interval

Number

BFD tx interval

Number

Priority

Number

Match all

Enumeration

Protocol

Enumeration

AS path truncate

Enumeration

Instance ID

String

Rank

Number

Subnet

String

Weight

Number

BFD Session Administrative State

Enumeration

Detection time multiplier

Number

DSCP

Number

Destination IP address

String

Instance ID

String

Reference ID

Number

Receive interval

Number

Source IP address

String

Transmit interval

Number

Virtual routing and forwarding


Instance

String

Instance ID

Number

Post Activation Save Snapshot


Control Policy

Enumeration

Forwarder

String

Instance ID

Number

Admin state

Enumeration

Interface name

String

IPv4 forwarding

Enumeration

IPv4 reverse path filter

Enumeration

Maximum transmission unit

Number

Egress qset name

String

Port or port group name

String

Proxy ARP

Enumeration

Rate limit of interface

Number

Virtual routing and forwarding

String

Cost

Number

Instance ID

String

Subnet

String

Cost

Number

Interface name

String

Cost

Number

Instance ID

String

Subnet

String

Action

Enumeration

Filter

Enumeration

From mask len

Number

Instance ID

String

Protocol

Enumeration

Rank

Number

Subnet

String

To masklen

Number

BFD hold time

Number

Instance ID

String

Max path splits

String

Router ID

String

ICMP Session Administrative State

Enumeration

DSCP

Number

Destination IP address

String

Echo reply timeout

Number

Echo request interval

Number

ICMPS instance ID

String

Maximum lost echo reply packets

Number

Payload length

Number

Reference ID

Number

Source IP address

String

Virtual routing and forwarding


Instance

String

Dscp profile name

String

Dscp profile identifier

Number

Profile list

Structure

Dscp value

Number

Phb value

Enumeration

InstanceID

Number

Committed bandwidth

Number

Committed DCN bandwidth

Number

Committed signaling bandwidth

Number

DSPM profile ID

Number

IFC behavior for NRT DCH traffic


(Iub)

Enumeration

IFC behavior for NRT HSDPA traffic


(Iub)

Enumeration

IP based route name

String

IP based route ID

Number

Local UDP port for IP multiplexing

Number

Maximum number of packets in one


multiplexed packet

Number

PHB profile ID

Number

Remote UDP port for IP multiplexing

Number

Route bandwidth

Number

Scheduler type

Enumeration

DSCP for IP multiplexing

Number

UDP multiplexing enabled

Enumeration

Phb profile identifier

Number

Phb profile name

String

Phb profile list

Structure

Exponential weight factor

Number

Queue length

Number

Max drop value

Number

Max threshold

Number

Min threshold

Number

Phb value

Enumeration

Queue weight

Number

IP address

String

Interface name

String

Instance ID

String

IP based route ID

Number

PHB AF1

Boolean

PHB AF2

Boolean

PHB AF3

Boolean

PHB AF4

Boolean

PHB BE

Boolean

PHB EF

Boolean

Virtual routing and forwarding

String

local IPv4 subnet mask length

Number

local IPv4 subnet address

String

Association max retrans

Number

Heartbeat interval

Number

Iubsnt identifier

Number

Max SCTP frame size

Number

Path max retrans

Number

RTO initial value

Number

RTO max value

Number

RTO min value

Number

Sack period

Number

Virtual routing and forwarding

String

Admin state

Enumeration

Algorithm

Enumeration

Interface name

String

IPv4 forwarding

Enumeration

IPv4 reverse path filter

Enumeration

Link aggregation control protocol

Enumeration

Maximum transmission unit

Number

Egress queue set name

String

Proxy ARP

Enumeration

Rate limit of interface

Number

Slave

String

Virtual routing and forwarding

String

Interface name

String

Resource controller unit

String

Interface name

String

Resource controller unit

String

Enable monitoring of the resource

Enumeration

Monitoring group name

String

Recource controller unit

String

Monitoring group type

Enumeration

Instance Identifier

String

Nexthop

String

Resource Controller Unit

String

Virtual routing and forwarding

String

Instance Identifier

String

Nexthop

String

Resource Controller Unit

String

Virtual routing and forwarding

String

Key ID

Number

Secret

String

Key ID

Number

Secret

String

Available timezones

String

Forwarder

String

Instance ID

Number

Timezone

String

Area ID

String

Default cost

Number

Stub

Enumeration

Default ASE cost

Number

Default ASE type

Number

Instance ID

String

RFC1583 compatibility

Enumeration

SPF delay

Number

SPF hold time

Number

Open shortest path first throttling


delay

Number

Open shortest path first throttling


holdtime maximum

Number

Open shortest path first throttling


holdtime start

Number

Auth type

Enumeration

BFD detect mult

Number

BFD monitoring

Enumeration

BFD rx interval

Number

BFD tx interval

Number

Dead interval

Number

Election priority

Number

Fast hello interval for interface

Number

Hello interval

Number

Interface

String

OSPF cost

Number

Passive

Enumeration

Password

String

Retransmit interval

Number

Protocol

Enumeration

Rank

Number

Advertise always

Enumeration

Cost

Number

Instance ID

String

Subnet

String

Auth type

Enumeration

Dead interval

Number

Hello interval

Number

Instance ID

String

Password

String

Retransmit interval

Number

Router

String

Via

String

Name

String

Port group name

String

List of switch:port pairs

String

Egress qset name

String

Egress queue dropper algorithm

Enumeration

Egress queue length

String

Egress queue name

String

Egress queue spec

Number

Egress queue weight

Number

Instance ID

String

Restrict

Enumeration

Subnet

String

Filter

Enumeration

Instance ID

String

Subnet

String

Virtual routing instance identifier

Number

Virtual routing instance name

String

Instance ID

String

Maximum transmission unit

Number

Nexthop

Enumeration

Rank

Number

Source address

String

Subnet

String

IP TWAMP reflector session ID

Number

Destination IP address

String

Destination UDP port

Number

DSCP value for test traffic

Number

Packet sending frequency

Number

IP TWAMP sender session ID

Number

Length of the test packet

Number

Packet Loss Ratio of the Alarm


Trigger

Number

Round Trip Time Threshold for the


Alarm trigger

Number

Source IP address

String

Session state

Enumeration

Virtual routing and forwarding

String

Admin state

Enumeration

IPv4 forwarding

Enumeration

IPv4 reverse path filter

Enumeration

VLAN priority mapping name

String

Maximum transmission unit

Number

Proxy ARP

Enumeration

Real interface name

String

VLAN identifier

Number

VLAN interface name

String

Virtual routing and forwarding

String

VLAN priority mapping name

String

VLAN priority mapping type

Enumeration

VLAN priority mapping

Structure

Vlan priority mapping from

Number

Vlan priority mapping to

Number

VRF identifier

Number

VRF name

String

Parameter Group

Classification

Multiplicity

50

50

64

999

32

64

Description

Range and step

This parameter defines action for ACL rule. It can be "accept",


"drop", "dscp-mark", or "pip-mark".
- accept: accepts all packets of the flow.
- drop: drops all packets of the flow.
-This
dscp-mark:
modifies
sub-field
of all
IP rule,
packet
parameter
definesthe
IP DSCP
address
family for
ACL
can be
headers
of
the
flow.
IPv4 only. If addrFamily is not specified, ACL rule matches all
-the
pip-mark:
all packets
the flowfamily.
with given packet
packetsmarks
belonging
to IPv4of
address
internal priority.

accept (0), drop (1), dscpmark (2), pip-mark (3)

This parameter defines chain for ACL rule. It can be "forward",


"input", "output", "postrouting" or "prerouting".
- forward: alters packets that are forwarded.
- input: alters packets that are forwarded to local Linux stack.
-This
output:
alters locally-generated
packets
routing.
parameter
defines DSCP selector
forbefore
ACL rule.
It's 6-bit
-DSCP
postrouting:
alters
packets
as
they
are
about
to
sub-field of IP header, and the value rangego
is out.
[0x0..0x3F]
-orprerouting:
incoming
packets
[0x0..0x3f]alters
or [0..63].
If DSCP
valuebefore
is notrouting.
specified, ACL rule

forward (0), input (1), output


(2), prerouting (3),
postrouting (4)

matches all the packets having DSCP value in the decimal


range
[0..63] or defines
hexadecimal
or [0x0..0x3f].
This parameter
DSCPrange
target[0x0..0x3F]
for ACL rule.
It's 6-bit

IPv4 (4)

1...4 characters

1...4 characters

DSCP sub-field of IP header, and the value range is [0x0..0x3F]


or [0x0..0x3f] or [0..63]. This field is mandatory to specify, if
action is "dscp-mark".
This parameter defines the destination IP subnet address for
ACL rule, and the format is IP address/mask. If destination
address is not provided, ACL rule will match for any address
present in destination address field of IP header.

9...18 characters

This parameter defines destination port for ACL rule. It can


either be single port or port range. Single port value should be
provided as any number between 0 and 65535. Port range
values should be provided as any range of numbers between 0
and
separated
by ACL
a hyphen.
This 65535,
parameter
identifies
rule. The starting range of value
should be lesser than the terminating value. For example,
single port input could be "65535", port range can be given as
"65534-65535". Port selector can only be provided, if the
protocol specified is TCP, UDP or SCTP. If dstPortRange is not
This
prameter
input interface
name having
for ACLdestination
rule. It can
specified,
ACL defines
rule matches
all the packets
not
be
used
together
with
vrf
parameter.
It
must
be
used
only
port in the range 0..65535.
with "input", "prerouting" and "forward" chains. If input interface
is not provided, packets are received from all the interfaces
configured.
This parameter defines output interface name for ACL rule. It

1...11 characters

can not be used together with vrf parameter. It must be used


only with "output", "postrouting" and "forward" chains. If output
interface is not specified, packets are sent to all the interfaces
configured.

100...31999, step 1

1...15 characters

1...15 characters

This parameter defines packet internal priority for ACL rule. Pip- 0...7, step 1
mark field is mandatory to specify, if action is "pip-mark".

This parameter defines protocol for ACL rule. It could be any


1...40 characters
valid protocol number or equivalent valid protocol names based
on RFC 1340. For example, for UDP, we could either specify
the protocol number "17" or else we can simply specify the
protocol
name namely
If protocol
value
is not specified,
This parameter
defines"UDP".
the source
IP subnet
address
for ACL 9...18 characters
ACL
rule
matches
the
packets
of
all
IP
protocols.
rule, and the format is IP address/mask. If source address is
not provided, ACL rule will match for any address present in the
source address field of IP header.
This parameter defines source port for ACL rule. It can either
be single port or port range. Single port should be provided as
any number between 0 and 65535. Port range should be
provided as any number between 0 and 65535 separated by a
hyphen.
The starting
range
of value
should
be and
lesser
than the
This parameter
defines
existing
virtual
routing
forwarding
terminating
value.
For
example,
single
port
input
could
instance name for ACL rule. It cannot be used together be
with
"65535",
port
can be
given
asis"65534-65535".
outputIface
orrange
inputIface.
If no
VRF
specified, ACL Port
rule is
selector
can
beVRFs.
provided, if the protocol specified is TCP,
applicable
to only
all the
UDP or SCTP. If srcPortRange is not specified, ACL rule
This parameter
defines the
detailed
IP address.
matches
all the packets
having
source
port in the range
0..65535.

1...11 characters

This parameter defines the interface name for IP address.

1...15 characters

This parameter identifies IP address. It is formed by address


and iface. For example: "2.2.2.2-iface1".

1...80 characters

This parameter defines the mask length for IP address.

1...32, step 1

This parameter defines the role for IP address.

1...300 characters

This parameter defines the user for IP address. It must be


existing RG or RU.

1...300 characters

This parameter defines the existing VRF instance name for IP


address.

1...15 characters

1...15 characters

7...15 characters

The IP address of the gateway to which packets for each static 7...15 characters
route are forwarded. This address must be the address of a
router that is directly connected to the system being configured.
Range: Dotted-quad ([0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255])
BFD Detect Mult for this gateway. BFDDetectMult: integer
1..50, default: 4

1...50, step 1

Enables BFD monitoring for this gateway. BFDMonitoring:


enabled/disabled, default: disabled

disabled (0), enabled (1)

BFD RX Interval for this gateway. BFDRXInterval (in ms):


integer 50-60000, default: 1000

50...60000, step 50

BFD TX Interval for this gateway. BFDTXInterval (in ms):


integer 50-60000, default: 1000

50...60000, step 50

Determines the order in which the next hops are selected and 0...8, step 1
multiple next hops are defined with different priorities. Range is
0 .. 8. Value 0 is implicit default value for priority in Routing
System and it will be used if priority is not specified. User
defined
priority
value cannot
beThis
modified
to implicit
system
Contribute
all matching
routes.
field can
take values
'on' or off (0), on (1)
default
value
'0'.
'off'. If 'on', the route cannot be added below this object.
Switching over to the next hop in the list happens only when an
interface fails. Switching over does not happen for "nonContributing
Protocol
IPv4.
Specifies
contributing
protocol
reachable" next
hops for
if the
interface
statea is
still up. If the
to
whichisthe
route
belongs. This
field can
priority
thecontributing
same and the
corresponding
interface
is take
up, it will
value
'aggregate',
'direct',
'ospf2',
or 'static'.
be an 'all',
equal-cost,
multipath
route.
The'ospf2ase'
next hop with
a higher
priority (smaller priority value) are preferred.
Specifies that the AS path should be truncated to the longest
common AS path. The default is to build an AS path consisting
of SETs and SEQUENCEs of all contributing AS paths.

all (0), aggregate (1), direct


(2), ospf2 (3), ospf2ase (4),
static (5)
off (0), on (1)

Object instance identifier. It is in the form of a prefix-mask,


where the prefix is a unicast IPv4 address and the mask is a
network mask in the range of 1-32.

9...18 characters

Protocol Rank. The routing system uses rank when there are
routes from different protocols to the same destination. For
each route, the route from the protocol with the lowest rank is
used.

0...255, step 1

Subnet, consist of IPv4 address and mask. Format: dottedquad and mask. Example: "2.2.2.0/24"

9...18 characters

Route weight. Weight specifies a second tie breaker after the


0...65535, step 1
rank and selects routes going to the same destination. The
route with the highest weight is an active route. The active route
is the one installed in the kernel forwarding table and
redistributed
to other
routing protocols.
This parameter
administratively
enables or disables the BFD
Disable (0), Enable (1)
session. Once the BFD session is disabled, a Administratively
Down code is transmitted towards the peer element. BFD
session alarm 70348 is cancelled if the BFD session is
disabled.
This parameter defines the desired detection time multiplier for 1...50, step 1
BFD control packets on the local system. The negotiated
control packet transmission interval, multiplied by this variable,
will be the detection time for this session.
This parameter defines the DSCP value for the BFD multi-hop
monitoring messages.

0...63, step 1

This parameter defines the destination IP address which is


attached to BFD session. The address is specified in the
conventional dot notation (#.#.#.#).

7...15 characters

This parameter defines the instance identifier of BFD session


and it should be unique on the local system.

1...80 characters

This parameter defines the application specific identifier


0...65535, step 1
associated with the BFD session. This id has no significance for
BFD, but is included in BFD's system internal notifications and
BFD alarms when BFD state changes. When BFD session is
used
to monitor defines
IPRO connection
status,
the meaning
of
This parameter
the minimum
interval,
in microseconds,
50...60000, step 50
reference
id
is
same
as
IPBR
id
and
its
value
is
in
range
between received BFD control packets that this system from 1
to
4095.
requires.
This parameter defines the source IP address which is attached 7...15 characters
to BFD session. The address is specified in the conventional
dot notation (#.#.#.#).
This parameter defines the minimum interval, in microseconds, 50...60000, step 50
between transmitted BFD control packets that this system
would like to use at the current time.
This parameter defines the virtual routing and forwarding
instance name of the IP address which is attached to BFD
session.

1...15 characters

This parameter identifies the configuration Plan control MO.

1...1, step 1

This parameter defines the snapshot saving behavior after


configuration plan execution. The parameter is not saved, and
the value 2 is always uploaded. This parameter takes effect
only for IP plan.
NOTE:
If the configuration
is not
saved,
the DNS
This parameter
defines thesnapshot
IP address
of an
external
configurations
are
lost
after
the
system
restart.
Saving
a
server.
snapshot costs a few minutes.

dont save snapshot (0),


save snapshot and mark it
as startup configuration (2)

This parameter identifies DNS. Currently, it is always 1.

1...1, step 1

This parameter defines the admin state for ETHER interface.

down (0), up (1)

This parameter identifies interface name for ETHER.

1...15 characters

This parameter defines the flag indicating whether IPv4


forwarding is enabled for ETHER.

no (0), yes (1)

7...15 characters

This parameter defines the flag indicating whether IPv4 reverse no (0), yes (1)
path filter is enabled for ETHER.

This parameter defines the maximum transmission unit of


interface for ETHER.

1280...9000, step 1

This parameter defines the egress queue set for ETHER.

1...80 characters

This parameter defines the SFP port or the existing port group. 1...15 characters
The possible values of the parameter are [sfp6..sfp22] for BCNA, [sfp11..sfp22] for BCN-B, and trace of port group name.
This parameter defines the flag indicating whether proxy ARP is no (0), yes (1)
enabled for ETHER.

This parameter defines the rate limit of interface in kbit/s for


2000...10000000, step 1
ETHER.The value specified would be taken as equivalent
kbit/s. For example, to specify 1 Mbit/s, we need to provide the
value as 1000.

The parameter defines virtual routing and forwarding instance


name for ETHER.

1...15 characters

Cost for redistributed route. Cost specifies the created OSPF


external routes cost.

1...16777215, step 1

The existing aggregate route (AGRT4) to export. Value "all"


3...18 characters
means all aggregate routes. Range: Dotted-quad + mask ([0255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255])"-"[0-32] or "all". Example: "2.2.2.024" or "all".
The existing aggregate route (AGRT4) to export. Value "all"
means all aggregate routes.

3...18 characters

Cost for redistributed route. Cost specifies the created OSPF


external routes cost.

1...16777215, step 1

Name of the existing interface to be exported. If the value is


"all", it means all interfaces of the routing instance.

1...15 characters

Cost for redistributed route. Cost specifies the created OSPF


External routes cost.

1...16777215, step 1

Existing static route (SRT4) to export. Value "all" means all


3...18 characters
static routes of the instance. Range: Dotted-quad and mask ([0255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255])"-"[0-32] or "all". Example: "2.2.2.024" or "all".
Existing static route (SRT4) to export.

3...18 characters

Action to be taken with the routes that match the given filter.
This field can take values 'accept' or 'restrict'

restrict (0), accept (1)

Route filter. Filter can have value 'normal', 'exact' 'refines' or


'range'.

exact (0), normal (1), range


(2), refines (3)

normal: matches any route that equals the specified route or is


more
specific
than
route.to be matched. This value 0...32, step 1
The lower
range
of the
the specified
mask lengths
exact:
matches
a
route
only
if
it
equals
the IP
address
and
is applicable only when Filter is 'range' and
must
be greater
mask
length
of
the
specified
route.
than or equal to the mask length of the specified route.
refines: matches a route only if it is more specific than the
specified route.
range: matches any route whose IP address equals the
specified route's IP address and whose mask length falls within
the specified mask length range.

Identifier used to identify the instance of the class. The FLTR4


instance id consists of the subnet and protocol attributes. The
subnet definition can be either dotted decimal IPv4 address
with mask or value "all". Range: Dotted-quad and mask and
protocol
([0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255])"-"[0-32]"-"[0].
Import Protocol.
Currently only 'ospf2ase' is supported.
Examples: "2.2.2.0-24-0", "all-0".

1...20 characters

ospf2ase (0)

Rank is used to consider any route that matches the filter when 0...255, step 1
comparing it against other routes to determine which is the
active route. Rank is applicable only when Action is 'accept'.
Route to be filtered. The subnet definition can be either dotted
decimal IPv4 address with mask or value "all". Subnet should
be of the form prefix/mask, where the prefix is a unicast IPv4
address and the mask is a network mask in the range 1-32.

3...18 characters

The higher range of the mask lengths to be matched. This


value is applicable only when Filter is 'range' and must be
greater than or equal to the lower range.

0...32, step 1

The hold-up time (in seconds) for delaying the static route
switchover after recovery of the failed path.

0...900, step 1

Identifier of the objects. It has fixed value "1".

1...1 characters

Maximum path splits. Allows to specify a value for the


1...7 characters
maximum number of equal-cost paths that will be used when
there is more than one equal-cost path to a destination. Only
OSPF routes and Static routes are able to use more than one
"next
Routerhop".
ID specifies a number that uniquely defines the router in 7...15 characters
a routing domain.
The
value of this field
can bean
a number
rangeto[1..8]
orthe
It is recommended
to select
existing in
IP the
address
make
'default'.
OSPF Router ID inherently unique. Although it is not necessary
to
use
an IP address as the router
ID, dotted-quad
value
should Disable (0), Enable (1)
This
parameter
enables
or disables
the ICMP
Note:
Changing administratively
this field will cause
all routes
to be reinstalled.
be
used.
session. Once the ICMP based polling session is disabled, the
A
special
value
which you
can configure
for Router
ID, isthe
ICMP
ECHO
Request
messages
are no more
sent over
0.0.0.0,
and
it
means
that
the
system
dynamically
selects
the
interface towards the peer element. ICMP session alarm 70364
router
ID
from
one
of
the
IPv4
addresses
configured
to
the
is
cancelled
if the
ICMP the
session
is value
disabled.
This
parameter
defines
DSCP
for the ICMP based
0...63, step 1
system.
multi-hop
monitoring
The valuepath
0.0.0.0
can not messages.
be used at all in the 'new' routing
implementation (EdgeRouting). In the 'old' routing
implementation the value 0.0.0.0 may be used with OSPFv3
only
the restriction,
thatdestination
the systemIP
must
havewhich
an IPv4
This with
parameter
defines the
address
is
7...15 characters
address
configured
to
some
interface
of
the
routing
attached to ICMP session. The address is specified instance.
in the
It
is however recommended
to configure the router ID to some
conventional
dot notation (#.#.#.#).
other explicit value; this prevents the router ID from changing if
the interface used for the router ID goes down.
Range for Router ID: Dotted-quad.([0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0255])
Default: Selects a non-loopback address assigned to the
loopback interface, if available. Otherwise it selects an address
from the list of active interfaces.

This parameter defines the timeout, in milliseconds, on waiting


for ICMP echo reply from the remote endpoint after which the
ICMP Echo Reply will be considered as lost.

100...600000 ms, step 50


ms

This parameter defines the time interval, in milliseconds,


between the transmission of successive ICMP echo request
messages to the remote endpoint for detecting the forwarding
path failures.

150...600000 ms, step 50


ms

This parameter defines the instance identifier of ICMP session


and it should be unique on the local system.

1...80 characters

This parameter defines the maximum tolerated number of


1...255, step 1
consecutive missing ICMP echo reply packets. ICMP session
runtime state will go DOWN when the maximum number of lost
packets are exceeded.
This parameter defines the size of the payload, in bytes, in the
transmitted ICMP echo request. The payload of the echo
request packet is padded with zeroes depending on the value
configured.

0...128 bytes, step 1 bytes

This parameter defines the application specific identifier


0...65535, step 1
associated with the ICMP session. This id has no significance
for ICMP, but is included in ICMP's system internal notifications
and ICMP alarms when ICMP state changes. When ICMP
session
is used defines
to monitor
connection
status,
This parameter
theIPRO
source
IP address
whichthe
is attached 7...15 characters
meaning
of
reference
id
is
same
as
IPBR
id
and
value is in
to ICMP session. The address is specified in the its
conventional
range
from 1(#.#.#.#).
to 4095.
dot notation
This parameter defines the virtual routing and forwarding
instance name of the IP address which is attached to ICMP
session.

1...15 characters

This parameter defines the name of the DSCP to PHB mapping 1...20 characters
profile (DSPM).

This parameter identifies the IP Differentiated Services Code


Point profile in the system.
The identifier is part of the distinguished name and it is formed
in the following way:
NE-x/IP-1/IDSP-idspId.
example:
RNC-1/IP-1/IDSP-1.
This parameter defines For
the DSCP
to the
PHB mapping profile.
The
profile
id
0
is
the
default
profile
and
it cannot
There is one default profile for mapping the
DSCPbe
to created,
PHB.
updated
or
deleted.
When you create another profile, you can input some mapping
items other than 64; for others, the mapping relationship in the
default
profile are
used. the DSCP value which is used for
This parameter
defines
mapping the PHB value.

1...10, step 1

Not defined

0...63, step 1

This parameter defines the PHB value which is used for the
DSCP value mapping.

BE (0), EF (1), AF1 (21),


AF2 (22), AF3 (23), AF4
(24)

The parameter identifies instance ID for IP. Currently it is


always 1.

1...1, step 1

This parameter defines the committed bandwidth for IP based 0...10000000 kbps, step 1
route, which includes both the payload and IP datagram
kbps
header. The rules for related bandwidth parameters: routeBW
>= committedBW > committedDcnBW + committedSigBW and
committedBW
committedDcnBW
= committedSigBW
= 0IPis
This parameter=defines
the committed
DCN bandwidth for
0...1000 kbps, step 1 kbps
the
special
case
for
these
rules.
based route,which includes both the payload and IP datagram
header. The rules for related bandwidth parameters: routeBW
>= committedBW > committedDcnBW + committedSigBW and
committedBW
committedDcnBW
= committedSigBW
= 0 for
is
This parameter=defines
the committed
signaling bandwidth
0...50000 kbps, step 1 kbps
the
special
case
for
these
rules.
IP based route,which includes both the payload and IP
datagram header. The rules for related bandwidth parameters:
routeBW >= committedBW > committedDcnBW +
committedSigBW
and committedBW
committedDcnBW
=
This parameter defines
DSPM profile =(DSCP
to PHB Mapping
committedSigBW
=
0
is
the
special
case
for
these
rules.
profile) reference ID for IP based route.

0...10, step 1

This parameter defines IFC behavior for NRT DCH traffic (Iub). E-RED (0), IFC (1)
It decides to send the IFC message when this parameter is 1,
or drop the packet directly when this parameter is 0. When
schedulerType is set to 0 (none) or 2 (realQue), ifcNRTDCH
must
be 0.
This parameter
defines IFC behavior for NRT HSDPA traffic
E-RED (0), IFC (1)
(Iub). It decides to send the IFC message when this parameter
is 1, or drop the packet directly when this parameter is 0. When
schedulerType is set to 0 (none) or 2 (realQue), ifcNRTHSDPA
must
be 0.
This parameter
defines the name of IP based route. Available
1...15 characters
characters: a~z, A~Z, 0~9, ".", "-".

This parameter identifies the IP based route. The identifier is


1...4095, step 1
part of the distinguished name and it is formed using the
format: NE-x/IP-1/IPBR-ipbrId. For example: RNC-1/IP-1/IPBR1.
This parameter defines the local UDP port for IP multiplexing.

49152...65535, step 1

This parameter defines the maximum number of packets in one 1...30, step 1
multiplexed packet for IP multiplexing.

This parameter defines PHB profile ID for IP based route level


scheduler.

0...10, step 1

This parameter defines the remote UDP port for IP multiplexing. 49152...65535, step 1

This parameter defines the route bandwidth for IP based


route,which includes both the payload and IP datagram header.
The rules for related bandwidth parameters: routeBW >=
committedBW > committedDcnBW + committedSigBW and
committedBW
committedDcnBW
= committedSigBW
= 0 isIt
This parameter=defines
IP based route
level scheduler type.
the
special
case
for
these
rules.
must be "none (0)" when IPROs with the same IPBR are

0...10000000 kbps, step 1


kbps

none (0), virtualQue (1),


realQue (2)

configured with different owner.


This parameter defines the DSCP value for IP multiplexing. It
indicates that only packets with this DSCP value can be
multiplexed.

0...63, step 1

This parameter defines whether IP multiplexing is enabled or


disabled.

disable (0), enable (1)

This parameter identifies the PHB profile in the system.


1...10, step 1
The identifier is part of the distinguished name and it is formed
using the format:
NE-x/IP-1/IPHB-phbId. For example: RNC-1/IP-1/IPHB-1.
The
id 0 is
the default
profile
andname.
it cannot be updated or 1...20 characters
This profile
parameter
defines
the PHB
profile
deleted. It exists only in the upload file for planning purposes.

This parameter defines the PHB profile.

Not defined

This parameter defines the exponential weight factor.

0...20, step 1

This parameter defines the queue length. It will NOT take effect 0...500 bytes, step 1 bytes
in IPBR level scheduler.

This parameter defines the WRED maximum drop probability


value.

0...100 %, step 1 %

This parameter defines the WRED maximum thresholds.


For the current PHB, this parameter is always set at 100.

100...100 %, step 1 %

This parameter defines the WRED minimum thresholds.

0...100 %, step 1 %

This parameter defines the PHB value.

BE (0), EF (1), AF1 (21),


AF2 (22), AF3 (23), AF4
(24)

This parameter defines the queue weight.


This value is not valid for the EF PHB, so it should skip in the
download and upload file.

1...10000, step 1

This parameter defines the user plan IP address which is


attached to the IP based route. The address is specified in the
conventional dot notation (#.#.#.#). It is an IP address
configured on the iface, owner and VRF instance.

7...15 characters

This parameter defines the network interface on which the IP


address is configured.

1...15 characters

This parameter identifies IP based route network. The identifier 1...80 characters
is a combination of ipBasedRouteId, IPv4 address (dotted-quad
format) and interface name in the following way:
ipBasedRouteId-IPv4 address-iface. For example: "10-2.2.2.2iface1".
This parameter defines the IP based route to which the address 1...4095, step 1
is attached.

This parameter determines whether traffic of class "AF1" can


go through in the IP based route. If the value of this parameter
is "true", traffic of class "AF1" can go through in the IP based
route; else traffic of this class can't go through. PHB set is the
combination
of one
or more whether
of PHB value.
PHB
set"AF2"
can either
This parameter
determines
traffic of
class
can
be
set
to
all
"true"
or
to
a
range
of
(consecutive)
PHBs
out of
go through in the IP based route. If the value of this parameter
[EF,
AF4,traffic
AF3, AF2,
AF1,
BE],can
which
to include
is "true",
of class
"AF2"
go has
through
in the at
IP least
based
either
EF
or
BE.
route; else traffic of this class can't go through. PHB set is the

0 (false), 1 (true)

combination
of one
or more whether
of PHB value.
PHB
set"AF3"
can either
This parameter
determines
traffic of
class
can
be
set
to
all
"true"
or
to
a
range
of
(consecutive)
PHBs
out of
go through in the IP based route. If the value of this parameter
[EF,
AF4,traffic
AF3, AF2,
AF1,
BE],can
which
to include
is "true",
of class
"AF3"
go has
through
in the at
IP least
based
either
EF
or
BE.
route; else traffic of this class can't go through. PHB set is the

0 (false), 1 (true)

combination
of one
or more whether
of PHB value.
PHB
set"AF4"
can either
This parameter
determines
traffic of
class
can
be
set
to
all
"true"
or
to
a
range
of
(consecutive)
PHBs
out of
go through in the IP based route. If the value of this parameter
[EF,
AF4,traffic
AF3, AF2,
AF1,
BE],can
which
to include
is "true",
of class
"AF4"
go has
through
in the at
IP least
based
either
EF
or
BE.
route; else traffic of this class can't go through. PHB set is the

0 (false), 1 (true)

combination of one or more of PHB value. PHB set can either


be set to all "true" or to a range of (consecutive) PHBs out of
[EF, AF4, AF3, AF2, AF1, BE], which has to include at least
either EF or BE.

0 (false), 1 (true)

This parameter determines whether traffic of class "BE" can go 0 (false), 1 (true)
through in the IP based route. If the value of this parameter is
"true", traffic of class "BE" can go through in the IP based route;
else traffic of this class can't go through. PHB set is the
combination
of one
or more whether
of PHB value.
PHB
set"EF"
can either
This parameter
determines
traffic of
class
can go 0 (false), 1 (true)
be
set
to
all
"true"
or
to
a
range
of
(consecutive)
PHBs
out ofis
through in the IP based route. If the value of this parameter
[EF,
AF4,
AF3,
has toininclude
at leastroute;
"true",
traffic
of AF2,
classAF1,
"EF"BE],
can which
go through
the IP based
either
EF
or
BE.
else traffic of this class can't go through. PHB set is the
combination
of one
or more
of PHB
value.and
PHB
set can either
This parameter
defines
the virtual
routing
forwarding
be
set
to
all
"true"
or
to
a
range
of
(consecutive)
PHBs
outIPof
instance name of the IP address which is attached
to the
[EF,
AF4,
AF3,
AF2,
AF1,
BE],
which
has
to
include
at
least
based route.
either EF or BE.

1...15 characters

This parameter defines the local subnet mask length. The local 1...32, step 1
subnet address and local subnet mask length define a subnet,
and the Iub control plane SCTP association with local source IP
which is in this subnet can use the SCTP protocol parameter of
this
Value
0.0.0.0/0
is applied
the system
Thisinstance.
parameter
defines
the local
subnetonly
IPv4for
address.
The
7...15 characters
default
IUBSNT
instance.
The
system
default
instance
used
subnet address and local subnet mask define a subnet,isand
the
for
Iub control
in case
matching
Iub all
control
plane plane
SCTP associations
association with
localother
source
IP which
IUBSNT
definitions
are
not
found
from
the
system.
is in this subnet can use the SCTP protocol parameter of this
instance.
Value defines
0.0.0.0/0the
is maximum
applied only
for theofsystem
default 1...15, step 1
This parameter
number
consecutive
IUBSNT
instance.
The
system
default
instance
is
used
for
allthe
retransmissions to a peer before an endpoint considers that
Iub
control
plane
associations
in
case
other
matching
IUBSNT
peer is unreachable and closes the association.
definitions are not found from the system.
This parameter defines the interval when a HEARTBEAT chunk 100...300000 ms, step 1 ms
is sent to a destination transport address to monitor the
reachability of an idle destination transport address.
This parameter identifies local subnet configuration for SCTP
parameters in Iub interface. The identifier is part of the
distinguished name and is formed using the format: NE-x/IP1/IUBSNT-x. Id 0 is the default and it cannot be added or
deleted.
This parameter defines the max Iub control plane SCTP frame

0...8, step 1

This parameter defines the maximum value of


RTO(retransmission timeout) that is used in RTO calculations.

10...120000 ms, step 1 ms

540...1452 bytes, step 1


size in order to avoid IP layer fragmentation. The RNC takes
bytes
the value into account once forming the SCTP frames for the
Iub control plane messaging. The value has to be planned
according
to thedefines
minimum
layer MTU
along of
theconsecutive
path to the
This parameter
theIPmaximum
number
1...15, step 1
BTS.
The
BTS
can
handle
Iub
control
plane
IP
frames
to
retransmissions over a destination transport address ofup
a peer
1472
bytes
whichit leads
to maximum
SCTP frame size 1452
endpoint
before
is marked
as inactive.
bytes. Since SCTP padding rule, this parameter is suggested to
be multiple of 4, otherwise, it will be round down to multiple of 4
This
parameter defines the initial value of RTO(retransmission 10...60000 ms, step 1 ms
in traffic.
timeout) that is used in RTO calculations.

This parameter defines the minimum value of


RTO(retransmission timeout) that is used in RTO calculations.

10...20000 ms, step 1 ms

This parameter defines the maximum value that sacks will be


delayed when delayed sack is enabled.

1...500 ms, step 1 ms

This parameter defines the virtual routing and forwarding


instance name of the IP address in the local subnet. VRF of
IUBSNT default instance is not specified and the IUBSNT
default instance is applicable to all VRFs.

1...15 characters

This parameter defines the admin state for LAGGR interface.

down (0), up (1)

This parameter defines the algorithm to be used for sending


ethernet frames across the slave interfaces for LAGGR.
For this product, the value should be set to fixed: five-tuple.

round-robin (0), xor-ip (1),


xor-mac (2), five-tuple (3)

This parameter defines interface name for LAGGR.

1...15 characters

This parameter defines the flag indicating whether IPv4


forwarding is enabled for LAGGR.

no (0), yes (1)

This parameter defines the flag indicating whether IPv4 reverse no (0), yes (1)
path filter is enabled for LAGGR.

This parameter defines the flag indicating whether LACP proxy No (0), Yes (1)
is enabled for LAGGR.

This parameter defines the maximum transmission unit for


LAGGR interface.

1280...9000, step 1

This parameter defines the egress queue set to be used with


this interface for LAGGR.

1...80 characters

This parameter defines the flag indicating whether proxy ARP is no (0), yes (1)
enabled for LAGGR.

This parameter defines the rate limit for LAGGR interface in


kbit/s.The value specified would be taken as equivalent kbit/s.
For example, to specify 1 Mbit/s, we need to provide the value
as 1000.

2000...8000000, step 1

This parameter defines the interface associated with the


aggregation group.

1...15 characters

The parameter defines virtual routing and forwarding instance


name for LAGGR.

1...15 characters

When the parent is OWNER MO, this parameter specifies the 1...15 characters
interface on which link state detection has to be enabled.
When the parent is LNSMG MO, this parameter specifies the
interface which needs to be added to the corresponding
iinterface
group specified
the LNSMG
MO. Anthe 1...80 characters
When themonitoring
parent is OWNER
MO, thisinparameter
specifies
empty
group
cannot
exist,
therefore,
deletion
of
the
last
child
node name having link state detector deployed as a resource
instance
of
LNSIF
under
LNSMG
MO
is
not
allowed
and
throws
controller process.
an
error.
When the parent is LNSMG MO, this parameter is not a valid
parameter
and throws
an error.
When the parent
is OWNER
MO, this parameter specifies the 1...15 characters
interface on which link state detection has to be enabled.
When the parent is LNSMG MO, this parameter specifies the
interface which needs to be added to the corresponding
iinterface
group specified
the LNSMG
MO. Anthe 1...80 characters
When themonitoring
parent is OWNER
MO, thisinparameter
specifies
empty
group
cannot
exist,
therefore,
deletion
of
the
last
child
node name having link state detector deployed as a resource
instance
of
LNSIF
under
LNSMG
MO
is
not
allowed
and
throws
controller process.
an
error.
When the parent is LNSMG MO, this parameter is not a valid
parameter
and throws
anorerror.
This parameter
enables
disables the monitoring of the group. disabled (0), enabled (1)

This parameter specifies the monitoring group (either interface 1...64 characters
or nexthop) name. It is created to monitor a group of resources
together. The switchover of link state detection happens only
when all the resources in the group are not reachable.
This parameter specifies the node name having link state
Note:
An deployed
empty group
alone
is not process.
allowed. A group
detector
as acreation
resource
controller
creation should be followed by creation of at least one instance
of a child MO (if type = 0, LNSIF and if type = 1 then LNSNH) in
the same IP Plan.
This parameter defines the monitoring group type. "0" indicates
iface monitoring group and "1" indicates nexthop monitoring
group.

1...80 characters

interface Monitoring Group


(0), nexthop monitoring
Group (1)

Note:
An empty uniquely
group creation
alone
not allowed.
A group
This parameter
identifies
theisnexthop
instance.
The
9...31 characters
creation
is
followed
by
creation
of
at
least
one
instance
of aIf
InstanceId is formed by concatenating nexthop, "-" and vrf.
child
MO to
(if add
typedefault
= 0, LNSIF
and vrf
if type
= 1 have
then "default"
LNSNH) as
in the
we need
vrf, then
should
its
same
IP
Plan.
value.
Example, IP-1/OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSNH-10.0.0.1-default
IP-1/OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSNH-10.0.0.2-vrf4
Valid instanceId with OWNER as the parent of LNSNH MO.
IP-1/OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup1/LNSNH10.0.0.1-default
IP-1/OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup2/LNSNH10.0.0.1-default
Valid instanceId with LNSMG as the parent of LNSNH MO.

When the parent is OWNER MO, this parameter specifies the 7...15 characters
nexthop on which link state detection has to be enabled.
When the parent is LNSMG MO, this parameter specifies the
nexthop to be added to the nexthop monitoring group. This MO
is
validthe
only
whenisthe
type parameter
in LNSMG
MOthe
is
When
parent
OWNER
MO, this value
parameter
specifies
1...80 characters
"1".
node name having link state detector deployed as a resource
controller process.
When
parent
is LNSMG
MO,Instance
this parameter
Virtual the
Routing
and
Forwarding
name. is not a valid
parameter.
It
throws
an
error.
When we are adding different nexthops to the same nexthop
Monitoring Group(For example, when the parent is LNSMG
MO), be careful of the vrf provided by the first child MO,
namely,
LNSMG/LNSNH
is taken as
vrf for instance.
the group The
and
This parameter
uniquely identifies
thethe
nexthop
any
subsequent
nexthop
instances
have
the
same
vrf,
else
InstanceId is formed by concatenating nexthop, "-" and vrf. Ifan
error
is thrown.
is illustrated
asshould
below example.
we need
to add This
default
vrf, then vrf
have "default" as its
For
example
:
value.
IP-1/ OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.1.1When
the parent is OWNER MO, this parameter specifies the
default
Example,
IP-1/OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSNH-10.0.0.1-default
nexthop
on
which link state detection has to be enabled.
IP-1/IP-1/OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSNH-10.0.0.2-vrf4
OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.2.1When
the parent is LNSMG MO, this parameter specifies the
vrf4Valid
instanceId
OWNER
as the parentgroup.
of LNSNH
nexthop
be addedwith
toand
the
nexthop
This MO.
MO
Is wrong to
configuration
will
throwmonitoring
an error.
is
valid
only
when
the
type
parameter
value
in
LNSMG
MO
is
IP-1/
OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.1.1When
the parent is OWNER MO, this parameter specifies the
IP-1/OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup1/LNSNH"1".
vrf4
node
name having link state detector deployed as a resource
10.0.0.1-default
IP-1/
OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.2.1controller
process.
IP-1/OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup2/LNSNHvrf4
10.0.0.1-default
This
is the
valid
configuration
since
vrfthis
"vrf4" is same.
When
parent
is LNSMG
MO,Instance
parameter
not a valid
Valid
instanceId
with LNSMG
asName
the
parent
MO.
Virtual
Routing
and
Forwarding
name. ofisLNSNH
IP-1/
OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.1.1parameter.
It
throws
an
error.
When
we
are
adding
different
nexthops
to
the
same
nexthop
default
An
empty group
cannot
exist, therefore,
the last
Monitoring
Group(For
example,
when thedeletion
parent of
is LNSMG
IP-1/
OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.2.1child
instance
of
LNSNH
under
LNSMG
MO
is
not
allowed
MO),
be careful of the vrf provided by the first child MO, and
default
throws
an
error.
namely,
LNSMG/LNSNH
issince
taken
the ID
vrf
forincluded
the group
and
This ID
is valid
configuration
vrfasName
"default"
is same.
Key
for
MD5
authentication.
The
Key
is
in the
any
subsequent
nexthop
instances
have
the
same
vrf,
else
outgoing OSPF packets to enable the receivers to use the an
error
is thrown.
This
is illustrated
as below
appropriate
MD5
secret
to authenticate
theexample.
packet.
For example :
IP-1/
OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.1.1If
multiple
Key
IDs are configured,
the
KeyinID
with thepackets
highest to
MD5
secret
is included
in encrypted
form
outgoing
default
value
is
used
to
authenticate
outgoing
packets.
All
keys
can be
authenticate
the packet. Secret can contain alphanumeric
IP-1/
OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.2.1used
to
authenticate
incoming
packets.
characters.
vrf4
Is wrong configuration and will throw an error.
IP-1/
OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.1.1Key ID
for MD5 authentication. The Key ID is included in the
vrf4
outgoing OSPF packets to enable the receivers to use the
IP-1/
OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.2.1appropriate
MD5 secret to authenticate the packet.
vrf4
This
is valid
configuration
since vrf the
Name
"vrf4"
is same.
If
multiple
Key
IDs are configured,
Keyin
ID
with
thepackets
highest to
MD5
secret
is included
in encrypted
form
outgoing
IP-1/
OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.1.1value
is
used
to
authenticate
outgoing
packets.
All
keys
can be
authenticate
the packet. Secret can contain alphanumeric
default
used
to
authenticate
incoming
packets.
characters.
IP-1/ OWNER-ClusterDNS/LNSMG-mygroup/LNSNH-10.0.2.1default
This is
valid configuration
since vrftimezones
Name "default"
is same.
parameter
defines available
in the system.

1...15 characters

9...31 characters

7...15 characters

1...80 characters

1...15 characters

1...255, step 1

1...16 characters

1...255, step 1

1...16 characters

1...300 characters

This parameter defines the IP address or host name of an


external NTP server.

1...300 characters

This parameter identifies the NTP. Currently, it is always 1.

1...1, step 1

This parameter defines geographic region within the same


standard time.

1...300 characters

OSPF Area ID can take values 'backbone', Dotted-quad ([0255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255]) or a 32-bit number (14294967295). Each OSPF router must be configured into at
least one OSPF area. If more than one area is configured, at
least
onedefault
must be
thearea
backbone.
Cost for
stub
route. This specifies a default route

1...15 characters

1...16777215, step 1
for the stub area with the specified cost. This field is applicable
Area
not have
to correspond
to a area.
valid IP address. IP
only ifID
a does
new area
is configured
as a stub
network number of a subnetted network can be used as the
area ID.
Indicates whether the OSPF area is a stub area. A stub area is no (0), yes (1), totally_stub
an
area
in whichisthere
are no
system external
(2)
Area
ID 0.0.0.0
reserved
forautonomous
the backbone.
(ASE) routes. ASE routes have destinations external to the AS.
All the routers within a stub area should have same stub area
settings
in order
tocost
formspecifies
adjacency.
Default ASE
route
a cost when routes from other 1...16777215, step 1
protocols are redistributed into OSPF as ASEs. Any cost
The
backbone
area cannot
be a stubcost
area.
previously
assigned
to redistributed
overrides
Default_ASE_Cost value.
Default ASE route type specifies a route type when routes from 1...2, step 1
other protocols are redistributed into OSPF as ASEs unless any
redistributed route already has a type assigned.
Artificial identifier used to identify the instance of the class.
InstanceID is constant string '1'.

1...1 characters

RFC1583 compatibility. This can take 2 values - 'on' or 'off'.


Implementation of OSPF is based on RFC2178, which fixed
some looping problems in an earlier specification of OSPF. If
this implementation is running in an environment with OSPF
implementations
based
RFC1583
or earlier
SPF Delay specifies
theon
time
in seconds
to wait before
implementations,
it
then
enables
RFC
1583
compatibility
recalculating the OSPF routing table after
a change
in theto
ensure
backwards
compatibility.
topology.

off (0), on (1)

SPF Hold Time specifies the minimum time in seconds


between recalculations of the OSPF routing table.

1...60, step 1

1...60, step 1

Specifies the time in milliseconds to wait before recalculating


the OSPF routing table after a change in the topology.

100...60000, step 100

Default: 200ms
Specifies the maximum wait interval in milliseconds between
Range:
100msof- 60000ms,
100ms
recalculations
the OSPF granularity
routing table.
Each wait interval is
added by initial wait interval after the calculation until the wait
interval reaches this maximum wait time.

100...60000, step 100

Specifies the initial wait interval in milliseconds between


Default:
10000ms
recalculations
of the OSPF routing table. Each wait interval is
added to the initial wait interval after the calculation, until the
Range:
100ms
- 60000ms,
granularity
wait interval
reaches
the maximum
wait100ms
time.

100...60000, step 100

Authentication scheme to use. OSPF protocol exchanges may


Range:
100ms - 60000ms,
granularity
100msthat routing
be authenticated.
Authentication
guarantees
information is imported only from trusted routers in order to
protect the Internet and its users.

none (0), simple (1), md5


(2)

BFD detection interval multiplier for this gateway.

1...50, step 1

Enables BFD monitoring for this gateway.


BFDMonitoring: disabled/enabled/full neighbors
default: disabled.

disabled (0), enabled (1),


full-neighbors (2)

The
monitoring
cangateway.
be enabled
either towards
BFDBFD
RX Interval
for this
BFDRXInterval
(inall
ms):
50...60000, step 50
neighbors
including
other
EIPUs
("enabled")
or
towards
the
integer 50-60000, default: 1000
OSPF Designated Router (DR) and Backup Designated Router
(BDR) only ("full-neighbors").
BFD TX Interval for this gateway. BFDTXInterval (in ms):
integer 50-60000, default: 1000

50...60000, step 50

Dead interval specifies the number of seconds after the router


stops receiving hello packets and declares the neighbor is
down. Typically, the value of this field should be four times that
of the hello interval. The value must not be zero.

1...4294967295, step 1

Election priority specifies the priority for becoming the


0...255, step 1
designated router (DR) on the link. When two routers attached
to a network both attempt to become a designated router, the
one with the highest priority value wins. If there is currently an
elected
DRfast-hello-interval
on the link, it remains
thetoDR
regardless
of the of 50...950, step 50
Configure
in order
provide
fast detection
configured
priority.
This
feature
prevents
the
DR
from
changing
lost neighbor(s). Minimum value 50ms, granularity 50ms.
too
often
and
applies
only
to
a
shared-media
interface,
such as
Router dead interval is always 1 second in case fast-helloEthernet.
A
router
with
priority
0
is
not
eligible
to
become
the
interval is configured for same interface.
designated router.
Hello interval specifies the length of time, in seconds, between 1...65535, step 1
Configuring
for interface
will delete the hello
hello packetsfast-hello-interval
that the router sends
to the interface.
interval configured for the same interface.
For a given link, this field must be the same on all routers,
Specifies
time in milliseconds,
otherwise the
adjacency
do not form. in between the hello packets
that the router sends to the interface.
If this parameter is given, the Fast_hello_interval must not be
Range:
given! 50ms-950ms

Name of existing interface.

1...15 characters

OSPF cost specifies the weight of a given path in a route. The 1...65535, step 1
higher the cost, the less preferred is the link as an OSPF route.
You can override this value in route redistribution.
Specifies whether interface will send hello packets. This field
off (0), on (1)
can take values - 'on' or 'off'. Passive mode enables the
network associated with the interface to be included in the intraarea route calculation rather than redistributing the network into
OSPF
andfor
having
it as
an ASE.
In passive mode,
all interface
Password
OSPF
simple
authentication.
This field
is
1...8 characters
configuration
information,
with
the
exception
of
the
associated
applicable only when AuthType is 'simple'. Password
can
area
andalphanumeric
the cost, is ignored.
contain
characters.
Retransmit interval specifies the number of seconds between
LSA retransmissions for adjacency belonging to this interface.
This value is also used when retransmitting database
description and link state request packets.

1...4294967295, step 1

Routing protocol.This field can take values 'ospf' or 'ospfase'.


Set this value well above the expected round-trip delay
between any two routers on the attached network. Be
conservative when setting this value in order to prevent
unnecessary retransmissions.
Protocol Rank. Rank can be a number in range [0..255].

ospf (0), ospfase (1)

0...255, step 1

Rank is used by the routing system when there are routes from
different protocols to the same destination. For each route, the
route
from thecan
protocol
with the lowest
number
be
Stub network
be advertised
always,rank
or only
whenwill
it is
disabled (0), enabled (1)
used.
directly reachable through an interface that is operational and
in the same subnet.
Cost for stub network. The higher the cost, the less preferred is 1...65535, step 1
the prefix as an OSPF route.

Unicast IPv4 address and mask. Has to appear in the format


9...18 characters
prefix-mask, where the prefix is a unicast IPv4 address and the
mask is a network mask in the range 1-32. Range: Dotted-quad
and mask ([0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255])"-"[0-32]. Example:
"2.2.2.0-24".
Unicast IPv4 address and mask. Subnet appears in the format 9...18 characters
prefix/mask, where the prefix is a unicast IPv4 address and the
mask is a network mask in the range 1-32. Example:
"8.8.8.8/24".
Authentication scheme to use. In general, routers on a given
link must agree on the authentication configuration to form
neighbor adjacency. This feature guarantees that routing
information is accepted only from trusted routers.

none (0), simple (1), md5


(2)

Dead interval specifies the number of seconds after the router


stops receiving hello packets and declares that the neighbor is
down.

1...4294967295, step 1

Typically,
the value
of this
should
be four
times that
of the 1...65535, step 1
Hello interval
specifies
thefield
length
of time,
in seconds,
between
hello
interval.
For
a
given
link,
this
value
must
be
the
same
on
hello packets that the router sends on the interface. For a given
all
routers,
otherwise
adjacency
do
not
form.
The
value
must
link, this field must be the same on all routers, otherwise
not
be zero.
adjacency
do not form.
The instance id consists of the router and via attribute values.
Via attribute can be either dotted quad or a 32-bit number ([0255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255])"-"([0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255])
or (1-4294967295).

9...31 characters

Password for OSPF simple authentication. This field is


applicable only when AuthType is 'simple'. Password can
contain alphanumeric characters.

1...8 characters

Retransmit interval specifies the number of seconds between


LSA retransmissions for adjacency belonging to this interface.
This value is also used when retransmitting database
description and link state request packets.

1...4294967295, step 1

Router ID of the remote endpoint of the virtual link. Should be


Set
this
valuequad
well above
the expected round-trip delay
in the
dotted
format-([0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255])
between any two routers on the attached network. Be
conservative when setting this value in order to prevent
unnecessary retransmissions.
Transit area. Any existing non-stub Area ID can be used. This
should be in dotted quad format-([0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0255]) or 32-bit number (1-4294967295)

7...15 characters

This parameter identifies the name of RG or node.

1...80 characters

This parameter defines the name of the port group. It is the


unique name for the group of switch ports. The name should
begin with a letter, and only alphanumeric characters and
underscore are allowed.

1...15 characters

1...15 characters

This parameter defines the ports in the port group. One or more 1...20 characters
ports can be assigned to a port group. The ports in a port group
are identified by switch:port name pair.
Note: Adding multiple ports to a port group enables Ethernet
switching
between
the ports.
LMP-1-1-1:sfp11,
The parameter
defines
queueFor
setexample:
logical name.
Queue set with 1...80 characters
LMP-1-2-1:sfp11,
LMP-1-1-1:trace.
name "default" is the default one and it cannot be updated or
deleted.
This parameter defines the logical dropper algorithm name for
a queue in qset.

td (0)

The value can be entered using k as a suffix for kilobyte or


plain numbers in byte. The range is from 1k to 1024k or from
1024 to 1048576.

2...7 characters

This parameter defines the logical name for a queue in qset.

1...80 characters

This parameter defines one queue-related specification in qset. 0...5, step 1

This parameter defines the queue weight. For a weighted


1...9, step 1
queue [1..8], the higher the weight value, the higher the
scheduling priority. The weight of the static (strict priority)
queues (weight=9) may not be changed and it exist only in the
upload
file. area can be configured with any number of address 9...18 characters
Any OSPF
ranges. These ranges are used to reduce the number of routing
entries that a given area emits into the backbone and thus all
areas. If a given prefix aggregates a number of more specific
prefixes
within
an area,
youRestrict
can configure
anused
address
that a off (0), on (1)
Restrict on
address
range.
option is
to prevent
becomes
the
only
prefix
advertised
into
the
backbone.
specific prefix from being advertised into the backbone. You
must be careful when configuring an address range that covers
parts of a prefix not contained within the area. Range: Dottedquad and mask ([0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255])"-"[0-32].
Any
OSPF"2.2.2.0-24".
area can be configured with any number of address 9...18 characters
Example:
ranges. These ranges are used to reduce the number of routing
entries
that a an
given
area emits
the backbone
all
By definition,
address
rangeinto
consists
of a prefixand
andthus
a mask
areas.
length in the format of prefix/mask. Where prefix is a unicast
IPv4
and can
the have
mask value
is a network
mask
lengthFilter
in the
Routeaddress
filter. Filter
'exact' or
'refines'.
is
exact (0), refines (1)
If
a
given
prefix
aggregates
a
number
of
more
specific
prefixes
range
1-32.
applicable only for IPv4 objects.
within an area, you can configure an address that becomes the
only
prefix
advertised
into
the backbone.
You
must
beexisting
careful
Use On/Off
tothe
addmask
a new
range
delete
an
exact:
match
of address
destination
withor
the
supplied
mask
when
configuring
an
address
range
that
covers
parts
of
a prefix
address
range.
exactly.
Define
a contributing
route
for the aggregate route by
3...18 characters
not
contained
within
the
area.
refines:
specify
the maskprotocol
of destination
longer
than
supplied
specifying
a
contributing
(either
keyword
"all"
or
a
Use
the restrict option to prevent a specific prefix from being
mask.
routing
protocol
such
asrange
a static
route,
anprefix
interface
By
definition,
address
consists
of a
and aroute,
mask
advertised
intoanthe
backbone.
etc)
and
route
filter,
is eitherWhere
in the prefix
form ofis aa unicast
length
in athe
format
ofwhich
prefix/mask.
prefix/mask
orand
the the
keyword
where
the
prefix
is a in
unicast
IPv4
address
mask
isfor
a network
mask
length
Define
a contributing
route"all",
the aggregate
route
bythe
3...18 characters
IPv4
address
and
the
mask
is
a
network
mask
in
the
range
range
1-32.
specifying a contributing protocol (either keyword "all" or
a 132.
routing protocol such as a static route, an interface route,
Use and
the arestrict
option
to prevent
prefix
etc)
route filter,
which
is eitherainspecific
the form
of a from being
An
aggregate
route
can have
many
contributing
but at
advertised
into
the
backbone.
prefix/mask
or
the
keyword
"all",
where
the
prefix
isroutes,
a unicast
Virtualone
Routing
Instance
id. be present to generate
0...63, step 1
least
of
the
routes
must
an
IPv4 address and the mask is a network mask in the range 1aggregate.
32.
Range:
Dotted-quad
An aggregate
route and
canmask
have ([0-255].[0-255].[0-255].[0many contributing routes, but at
255])"-"[0-32]
or
"all".
Example:
"2.2.2.0-24"
or "all". an
Virtualone
Routing
name.
1...15 characters
least
of theInstance
routes must
be present
to generate
aggregate.

Static routes are routes that you configure manually in the


routing table. Static routes cause packets moving between a
source and a destination to take a specified next hop. Static
routes allow you to add routes to destinations that are not
described
by dynamic
routing protocols.
Interface Maximum
Transmission
Unit. This can be useful if
dynamic protocols cannot be used. A static route can also be
useful as a default route. Range: Dotted-quad and mask ([0255].[0-255].[0-255].[0-255])"-"[0-32] or a keyword "default".
Example: "2.2.2.0-24" or "default".
Next-hop Type.
Note: Deleting or misconfiguring your default route may result
reject:
Causes
packets to be dropped rather than forwarded
in a loss
of connectivity.
and causes unreachable messages to be sent to the packet
originators.
Specifying
this
option
causes
this
route
to be
You
can configure
theisdefault
static
route
using
the to
"default"
Protocol
Rank.
Rank
used
by
the
routing
system
installed
as
a
reject
route.
keyword,
or
by
entering
static
routes
in
the
form
of
a
determine which route is used when there are routesprefixfrom
mask,
where
the prefix
a unicast
IPv4 address
androute
the mask
different
protocols
to theissame
destination.
For each
the
blackhole:
packets
to
be
dropped
thanwill be
is a network
mask
in
thewith
range
1-32.
route
from Causes
the
protocol
the
lowest
rankrather
number
forwarded
but does not cause unreachable messages to be
used.
Source
address. static routes by entering Off.
sent.
Disable IPv4
the configured
gateway:
The
additional
be will
used
forby
equal-cost
Specify the
next
hop thatgateways
the staticwill
route
take
selecting
path
splitting
to
the
static
route.
the type of next hop, which is either Reject, Black hole or
additional
gateway
type. that you configure manually in the
Static routes
are routes
routing table. Static routes cause packets moving between a
Reject:
Causes
packets totobe
dropped
rathernext
thanhop.
forwarded
source and
a destination
take
a specified
Static
and causes
messages
to be sent that
to the
packet
routes
allowunreachable
you to add routes
to destinations
are
not
originators.bySpecifying
this option
causesThis
this can
route
touseful
be if
described
dynamic
routing
protocols.
be
The
parameter
defines
the IP TWAMP reflector session ID.
installed
as
a reject
route.
dynamic
protocols
cannot
be reflector
used. Asession
static route
can also be
There is only
one IP
TWAMP
per owner.
useful as a default route.
Black hole: Causes packets to be dropped rather than
forwarded
but does
not cause unreachable
messages
be
Note: Deleting
or misconfiguring
your default
route tomay
sent.parameter
The
the remote IP address of the IP TWAMP
result
in a lossdefines
of connectivity.
reflector session or echo server.
See parameter
The
the
modification
for
requires
gateway
session
state
inthe
separate
to 'default'
be set off.
You
caninstructions
configure
the additional
default
static
route type
using
page.
keyword, or by entering static routes in the form of a
prefix/mask,
where
the prefix
is adestination
unicast IPv4
The
parameter
defines
the UDP
portaddress
for the and the
mask
is asession.
networkThe
mask
in the
range
1-32.
TWAMP
UDP
echo
server
or TWAMP reflector is
expected to respond from the defined port. The parameter
Specify
the next
hop that
the static
will off.If
take by
modification
requires
session
state route
to be set
theselecting
UDP port
the
type
of
next
hop,
which
is
either
Reject,
Black
hole
or
is
configured
to
value
7,
the
remote
termination
is
expected
This
parameter
defines
the DSCP (Differentiated Services to
additional
gateway
type.
operate
as UDP
echo
Code Point)
for the
testserver.
traffic.

The parameter defines the number of TWAMP messages sent


out from the RNC per second.

7...18 characters

1280...9000, step 1

reject (0), blackhole (1),


gateway (2)

0...255, step 1

7...15 characters

7...18 characters

1...4095, step 1

7...15 characters

1...65535, step 1

0...63, step 1

1...10 pps, step 9 pps

The parameter defines the IP TWAMP sender session ID. The 1...4095, step 1
total amount of messages sent per second shall not exceed
100 messages per owner. For example in case all the active
sessions are using 10 messages per second sending rate then
only 10 active sessions can be supported simultaneously per
owner. In case all the active sessions are using 1 message per
second sending rate then only 100 active sessions can be
supported simultaneously per owner.

This parameter defines the length of the test packet at IP layer. 69...1500, step 1
The measurement packets should not be fragmented on their
way through the network. Therefore, the configured length of
the test packet should not exceed the path MTU.
This parameter defines packet loss ratio alarm threshold. If the 0...100 %, step 0.01 %
threshold is exceeded, a packet loss ratio alarm will be set.

This parameter defines the Round Trip Time alarm threshold. If 0...1000 milliseconds, step
this threshold is exceeded, a Round Trip Time alarm will be set. 1 milliseconds

The parameter defines the source IP address of the TWAMP


session.
The parameter can be modified when the session state is off.
The source IP address should belong to the session owner.

7...15 characters

This parameter defines the initial session state of the TWAMP OFF (0), ON (1)
session. When the state is set to on, the IP network test packet
is sent out immediately.
Virtual Routing and Forwarding instance name for the source IP 1...15 characters
address definition. Source IP address is uniquely defined
together with the VRF name.
This parameter defines the admin state for VLAN interface.

down (0), up (1)

This parameter defines whether IPv4 forwarding of VLAN is


enabled.

no (0), yes (1)

This parameter defines whether IPv4 reverse path filter of


VLAN interface is enabled.

no (0), yes (1)

This parameter defines the priority mapping name for VLAN


interface.

1...80 characters

This parameter defines the maximum transmission unit for


VLAN interface. It cannot be greater than the real interface's
MTU value.

1280...9000, step 1

This parameter defines whether proxy ARP of VLAN interface is no (0), yes (1)
enabled.

This parameter defines the real interface for VLAN.

1...15 characters

This parameter defines VLAN interface.

1...4094, step 1

This parameter identifies the interface name for VLAN.

1...15 characters

This parameter defines the existing VRF instance name for


VLAN interface.

1...15 characters

This parameter identifies VLAN priority mapping logical name.

1...80 characters

This parameter defines VLAN priority mapping type. It indicates dscp (0), pip (1)
whether VLAN priorities are mapped from DSCP values or
packet internal priority (PIP) values.
This parameter defines VLAN priority mapping. Selection of the Not defined
parameter to be used in mapping is based on prioMapType.
In addition, the multiplicity depends on prioMapType. For DSCP
map, maximum 64 pairs are possible; for PIP map, maximum 8
pairs
are possible.
This parameter
defines DSCP or PIP value for priority mapping 0...63, step 1
At
least
one
mustvalue
be specified.
It is notPIP
necessary
to have
from, and
thepair
DSCP
range is [0..63],
value range
is
all
64
or
8
pairs.
[0..7].
This parameter defines value of VLAN priority mapping to.

0...7, step 1

This parameter defines virtual routing instance ID.

1...63, step 1

This parameter identifies virtual routing instance name.


"default" is reserved.

1...15 characters

Formula for Getting Internal Value

gui ==> internal


accept ==> 0
drop ==> 1
dscp-mark ==> 2
pip-mark
==> 3
gui ==> internal
IPv4 ==> 4

gui ==> internal


forward ==> 0
input ==> 1
output ==> 2
prerouting
==>=3gui_value
internal_value
postrouting ==> 4

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

Default Value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

default

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


disabled ==> 0
enabled ==> 1

disabled (0)

internal_value = gui_value

1000

internal_value = gui_value

1000

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


off ==> 0
on ==> 1
gui ==> internal
all ==> 0
aggregate ==> 1
direct ==> 2
ospf2
==>
3
gui ==>
internal
ospf2ase
==>
4
off ==> 0
static
==>
5
on ==> 1
internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

130

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


Disable ==> 0
Enable ==> 1

Enable (1)

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

34

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

1000

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

1000

internal_value = gui_value

default

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


dont save snapshot ==> 0
save snapshot and mark it as startup
configuration ==> 2

save snapshot and


mark it as startup
configuration (2)

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


down ==> 0
up ==> 1

up (1)

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


no ==> 0
yes ==> 1
gui ==> internal
no ==> 0
yes ==> 1
internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

default

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


no ==> 0
yes ==> 1
internal_value = gui_value

1000000

internal_value = gui_value

default

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


restrict ==> 0
accept ==> 1
gui ==> internal
exact ==> 0
normal ==> 1
range ==> 2
refines
==> 3 = gui_value
internal_value

normal (1)

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


ospf2ase ==> 0

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

32

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


Disable ==> 0
Enable ==> 1

Enable (1)

internal_value = gui_value

34

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

500 ms

internal_value = gui_value

1000 ms

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

64 bytes

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

Not defined

internal_value = gui_value

default

gui ==> internal


BE ==> 0
EF ==> 1
AF1 ==> 21
AF2
==> 22 = gui_value
internal_value
AF3 ==> 23
AF4 ==> 24
internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


E-RED ==> 0
IFC ==> 1

E-RED (0)

gui ==> internal


E-RED ==> 0
IFC ==> 1

E-RED (0)

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

65535

internal_value = gui_value

30

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

65535

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


none ==> 0
virtualQue ==> 1
realQue ==> 2

none (0)

internal_value = gui_value

46

gui ==> internal


disable ==> 0
enable ==> 1

disable (0)

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

Not defined

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


BE ==> 0
EF ==> 1
AF1 ==> 21
AF2
==> 22 = gui_value
internal_value
AF3 ==> 23
AF4 ==> 24
internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui => internal


false => 0
true => 1

true

gui => internal


false => 0
true => 1

true

gui => internal


false => 0
true => 1

true

gui => internal


false => 0
true => 1

true

gui => internal


false => 0
true => 1

true

gui => internal


false => 0
true => 1

true

internal_value = gui_value

default

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

1000 ms

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

1452 bytes

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

1000 ms

internal_value = gui_value

2000 ms

internal_value = gui_value

750 ms

internal_value = gui_value

200 ms

internal_value = gui_value

default

gui ==> internal


down ==> 0
up ==> 1

up (1)

gui ==> internal


round-robin ==> 0
xor-ip ==> 1
xor-mac ==> 2
five-tuple
==> 3= gui_value
internal_value

five-tuple (3)

gui ==> internal


no ==> 0
yes ==> 1
gui ==> internal
no ==> 0
yes ==> 1
gui ==> internal
No ==> 0
Yes ==> 1

No (0)

internal_value = gui_value

1500

internal_value = gui_value

default

gui ==> internal


no ==> 0
yes ==> 1

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

default

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


disabled ==> 0
enabled ==> 1

enabled (1)

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


interface Monitoring Group ==> 0
nexthop monitoring Group ==> 1
internal_value = gui_value

interface Monitoring
Group (0)

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


no ==> 0
yes ==> 1
totally_stub ==> 2
internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


off ==> 0
on ==> 1
internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

200

internal_value = gui_value

10000

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


none ==> 0
simple ==> 1
md5 ==> 2
internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


disabled ==> 0
enabled ==> 1
full-neighbors ==> 2

disabled (0)

internal_value = gui_value

1000

internal_value = gui_value

1000

internal_value = gui_value

40

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

10

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


off ==> 0
on ==> 1
internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


ospf ==> 0
ospfase ==> 1
internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


disabled ==> 0
enabled ==> 1

disabled (0)

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


none ==> 0
simple ==> 1
md5 ==> 2

internal_value = gui_value

120

internal_value = gui_value

30

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


td ==> 0

td (0)

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


off ==> 0
on ==> 1
internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


exact ==> 0
refines ==> 1
internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


reject ==> 0
blackhole ==> 1
gateway ==> 2
internal_value = gui_value

60

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

34

internal_value = gui_value

1 pps

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

100

internal_value = gui_value * 100

100 %

internal_value = gui_value

1000 milliseconds

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


OFF ==> 0
ON ==> 1

OFF (0)

internal_value = gui_value

default

gui ==> internal


down ==> 0
up ==> 1

up (1)

gui ==> internal


no ==> 0
yes ==> 1
gui ==> internal
no ==> 0
yes ==> 1
internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


no ==> 0
yes ==> 1

1500

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

gui ==> internal


dscp ==> 0
pip ==> 1
Not defined

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

internal_value = gui_value

default

Default Value Notes

Special Value

If no vrf is provided, system applies the


predefined VRF with name "default".

If no value is specified, BFD Detect


Multiplier for the gateway is considered as
4.

If no value is specified, the default interval


between received BFD Control packets is
1000 (ms).
If no value is specified, the default interval
for transmitting BFD Control packets is
1000 (ms)
Routing system has an implicit default
value '0' which means that the priority for
the next-hop is considered to be the
highest.

Each routing protocol has a default rank


value. Aggregate routes have a default
rank of 130.

By default, the BFD session is enabled.

If no vrf is provided, system applies the


predefined VRF with name "default".

By default, the snapshot is saved and


marked as startup configuration. The value
2 is always uploaded.

Default value comes from node type XML


files and therefore depends on the
node/RG.
Default value comes from node type XML
files and therefore depends on the
node/RG.
Default value comes from node type XML
files and therefore depends on the node.

Default value comes from node type XML


files and therefore depends on the
node/RG.

If no vrf is provided, system applies the


predefined VRF with name "default".

Default value is normal.

Default value is the mask length of the


specified route.

Default rank is the rank for the given


protocol.

Default value 0 disables the feature.

Default value is 8.

By default, the ICMP session is enabled.

500 milliseconds

1000 milliseconds

If no vrf is provided, system applies the


predefined VRF with name "default".

It cannot be created, updated


or deleted. (0)

It cannot be created, updated


or deleted. (0)

All PHB
value("BE","AF4","AF3","AF2","AF1","EF")
are available for the PHB set of the IP
based route in default.
All PHB
value("BE","AF4","AF3","AF2","AF1","EF")
are available for the PHB set of the IP
based route in default.
All PHB
value("BE","AF4","AF3","AF2","AF1","EF")
are available for the PHB set of the IP
based route in default.
All PHB
value("BE","AF4","AF3","AF2","AF1","EF")
are available for the PHB set of the IP
based route in default.

All PHB
value("BE","AF4","AF3","AF2","AF1","EF")
are available for the PHB set of the IP
based route in default.
All PHB
value("BE","AF4","AF3","AF2","AF1","EF")
are available for the PHB set of the IP
based route in default.
If no vrf is provided, system applies the
predefined VRF with name "default".

it exists only in the upload file


(0)

If no vrf is provided, system applies the


predefined VRF with name "default".

If no value is specified, admin state takes


the value 'up'.

Default value comes from node type XML


files and therefore depends on the node.

Default value comes from node type XML


files and therefore depends on the node.

Default value comes from node type XML


files and therefore depends on the node.

Default value comes from node type XML


files and therefore depends on the node.

If no vrf is provided, system applies the


predefined VRF with name "default".

When the rcUnit value is not specified, it is


assumed that the monitoring is done on
both the active and stand-by node.

When the rcUnit value is not specified, it is


assumed that the monitoring is done on
both the active and stand-by node.

When the rcUnit value is not specified, it is


assumed that the monitoring is done on
both the active and stand-by node.

When the rcUnit value is not specified, it is


assumed that the monitoring is done on
both the active and stand-by node.

When the rcUnit value is not specified, it is


assumed that the monitoring is done on
both the active and stand-by node.

Default value applied by the system is '1' if


area is configured as a stub area.

Default value is "no".

Default value is on.

Default value is none.

If no value is specified, BFD Detect


Multiplier for the gateway is considered as
4.
If no value is specified, BFD monitoring for
the gateway is disabled (value 0).

If no value is specified, the default interval


between received BFD Control packets is
1000 (ms).
If no value is specified, the default interval
for transmitting BFD Control packets is
1000 (ms)
For broadcast interfaces, the default dead
interval is 40 seconds.

For broadcast interfaces, the default hello


interval is 10 seconds.

Default value is off.

Each routing protocol has a default rank


value.

Default is disabled.

Default value is none.

Default value is off.

Default value is none.

Virtual Routing Instance id 0 is reserved for


the default instance.
If id is not supplied in add command, next
available index is taken.

Alarm triggering is disabled

Alarm triggering is disabled

If no vrf is provided, system applies the


predefined VRF with name "default".

Default value is 1.

Default value comes from node type XML


files and therefore depends on the
node/RG.
Default value comes from node type XML
files and therefore depends on the
node/RG.

Default value comes from node type XML


files and therefore depends on the
node/RG.

If no vrf is provided, system applies the


predefined VRF with name "default".

It exists only in the upload file


(0)

Related Functions

System Information

Modification

Required on Creation

On-line

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Optional

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On-line

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Value set by the system

On-line

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On-line

Optional

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Optional

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Value set by the system

On-line

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Value set by the system

Not modifiable

Value set by the system

Not modifiable

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Value set by the system

On-line

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Optional

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On-line

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Related Parameters

Related Features

portGrpName of PRTGRP - This portGrpName can


be assigned as value to port parameter of ETHER
MO. The portGrpName cannot be deleted when it is
assigned to the port.

committedDcnBW of IPBR - routeBW >=


committedBW > committedDcnBW +
committedSigBW;
committedBW = committedDcnBW =
committedSigBW
= 0 is- the
special>=
case.
committedBW of IPBR
routeBW
committedBW >
committedSigBW
of
IPBR
routeBW
>=
committedDcnBW + committedSigBW;
committedBW
>
committedDcnBW
+
committedBW = committedDcnBW =
committedSigBW;
committedSigBW = 0 is the special case.
committedBW
= committedDcnBW
= >=
committedSigBW
of IPBR
- routeBW
committedBW
of IPBR
- the
routeBW
>=
committedBW >
committedSigBW
=
0
is
special
case.
committedBW
> committedDcnBW
+
committedDcnBW
+
committedSigBW;
routeBW
of IPBR - routeBW >= committedBW >
committedSigBW;
committedBW
= committedDcnBW
=
committedDcnBW
+ committedSigBW;
committedBW
= committedDcnBW
=
committedSigBW
= 0 is the special case.
committedBW
=
committedDcnBW
=
committedSigBW
=
0
is
the
special
case.
committedDcnBW
of0 IPBR
-special
routeBW
>=
committedSigBW
=
is
the
case.
routeBW
of IPBR
- routeBW >= committedBW
>
committedBW
> committedDcnBW
+
committedDcnBW
+
committedSigBW;
committedSigBW;
committedBW
committedBW =
= committedDcnBW
committedDcnBW =
=
committedSigBW
committedSigBW =
=0
0 is
is the
the special
special case.
case.
schedulerType
of IPBR
- When
is set
routeBW of IPBR
- routeBW
>= schedulerType
committedBW >
to
0
(none)
or
2
(realQue),
ifcNRTDCH
must
be
0.
committedDcnBW + committedSigBW;
committedBW = committedDcnBW =
committedSigBW = 0 is the special case.
schedulerType of IPBR - When schedulerType is set
to 0 (none) or 2 (realQue), ifcNRTDCH must be 0.

RAN1886 Efficient Transport for Small IP Packets


(optional)

RAN1886 Efficient Transport for Small IP Packets


(optional)

RAN1886 Efficient Transport for Small IP Packets


(optional)

committedBW of IPBR - routeBW >= committedBW >


committedDcnBW + committedSigBW;
committedBW = committedDcnBW =
committedSigBW = 0 is the special case.
committedDcnBW of IPBR - routeBW >=
committedBW > committedDcnBW +
committedSigBW;
committedBW = committedDcnBW =
committedSigBW = 0 is the special case.
RAN1886 Efficient Transport for Small IP Packets
committedSigBW of IPBR - routeBW >=
(optional)
committedBW > committedDcnBW +
committedSigBW;
committedBW = committedDcnBW =
committedSigBW = 0 is the special case.
RAN1886 Efficient Transport for Small IP Packets
(optional)

IPV4SubnetAddress of IUBSNT - The subnet address


and local subnet mask define a subnet.

IPV4MaskLength of IUBSNT - The subnet address


and local subnet mask define a subnet.

rtoMax of IUBSNT - rtoMin <= rtoInitial <= rtoMax


rtoMin of IUBSNT - rtoMin <= rtoInitial <= rtoMax

rtoInitial of IUBSNT - rtoMin <= rtoInitial <= rtoMax


rtoMin of IUBSNT - rtoMin <= rtoInitial <= rtoMax

rtoInitial of IUBSNT - rtoMin <= rtoInitial <= rtoMax


rtoMax of IUBSNT - rtoMin <= rtoInitial <= rtoMax

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

slave of LAGGR - LAG's MTU cannot exceeds its


slave's MTU value.

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

RAN2256 Ethernet link aggregation for mcRNC


(optional)

port of ETHER - The portGrpName cannot be deleted


when it is assigned to the port parameter of ETHER
MO.

Interfaces

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC -> RAC

RNC -> RAC

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC -> RAC

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RAC <-> RNC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RAC <-> RNC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RAC <-> RNC


RAC <-> RACApp

RAC <-> RNC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC -> RAC

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC -> RAC

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC -> RAC

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC -> RAC

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RAC <-> RNC


RAC <-> RACApp

RAC <-> RNC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC -> RAC

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


RAC <-> RACApp

RNC <-> RAC


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References

Validation Pattern

(6[0-3]|[1-5][0-9]|[0-9]|0x[a-fA-F0-9]|0x[1-3][a-fA-F0-9])

(6[0-3]|[1-5][0-9]|[0-9]|0x[a-fA-F0-9]|0x[1-3][a-fA-F0-9])

IPv4/(?:3[0-2]|[0-2]?[0-9])

Nbr_Range_16bits_as_Str

[-a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[-a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[a-zA-Z0-9]+

IPv4/(?:3[0-2]|[0-2]?[0-9])

Nbr_Range_16bits_as_Str

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

IPv4-[a-zA-Z][-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[\x20-\x21\x23-\x7E]+

[-/a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

IPv4

IPv4-(?:3[0-2]|[0-2]?[0-9])

IPv4

[-a-zA-Z0-9_.]+

IPv4

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

IPv4

[a-zA-Z][-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[a-zA-Z][-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

IPv4-(?:3[0-2]|[0-2]?[0-9])|all

[a-zA-Z][-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

IPv4-(?:3[0-2]|[0-2]?[0-9])|all

IPv4-(?:3[0-2]|[0-2]?[0-9])-0|all-0

default|[1-8]

IPv4

IPv4

[-a-zA-Z0-9_.]+

IPv4

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[-a-zA-Z0-9]+

[-a-zA-Z0-9.]{1,15}

[-a-zA-Z0-9]+

([1-9]|[1-9][0-9]{1,2}|[1-3][0-9]{1,3}|40[0-8][0-9]|409[0-5])-IPv4-[a-zA-Z]
([-a-zA-Z0-9_]{0,14})

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

IPv4

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[a-zA-Z][-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[a-zA-Z][-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[a-zA-Z0-9]{1,64}

[-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

IPv4-([a-zA-Z0-9_]*)|default

[-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

IPv4-([a-zA-Z0-9_]*)|default

[-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[a-zA-Z0-9]+

[a-zA-Z0-9]+

[-a-zA-Z0-9.]*

(backbone)|([0-9]{1,10})|IPv4

[a-zA-Z][-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[a-zA-Z0-9]+

IPv4-(?:3[0-2]|[0-2]?[0-9])

IPv4-((?:(?:25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?[0-9][0-9]?)\.){3}(?:25[0-5]|2[0-4][09]|[01]?[0-9][0-9]?)|[0-9]{1,10})

[a-zA-Z0-9]+

[a-zA-Z][-a-zA-Z0-9_]*

[a-zA-Z0-9\-]{1,12}[:]((sfp)[0-9]{1,3}|(trace))

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[0-9]{1,4}k|[0-9]{4,7}

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

IPv4-(?:3[0-2]|[0-2]?[0-9])

IPv4-(?:3[0-2]|[0-2]?[0-9])|all

IPv4-(3[0-2]|[1-2][0-9]|[1-9])|default

IPv4

IPv4

IPv4

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[a-zA-Z]([-a-zA-Z0-9_]*)

[a-zA-Z]([-a-zA-Z0-9_]*)

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

Managed Object Class Tree

IP
CPCTRL
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IPBR
IPHB
IUBSNT
NTP
OWNER
ACL
ADDR
BFDS
ETHER
ICMPS
IPRO
LAGGR
LNSIF
LNSMG
LNSIF
LNSNH
LNSNH
RACSIF
RTINST
AGRT4
AGPRO4
ROUTE4
EXAG4
EXDI4
EXSR4
FLTR4
GLPRM
O2AREA
O2IFC
MD5
OSTB4
OVLNK4
MD5
RNG4
O2GLBL
O2RNK
SRT4
ADR4GW
TWAMPR
TWAMPS
VLAN
PRTGRP
QSET
QSPEC
VLANPM
VRF

Managed Object Class Name

IP Management Root Class


Configuration Plan Control
Domain Name System
DSCP profile
IP based route
PHB profile
Iub local IP subnet for SCTP
Network Time Protocol
Owner
ACL Rule
IP Address
BFD Session
Ethernet Interface
ICMP Session
IP based route network
Link Aggregation Interface
Link State Detection Interfaces Configuration Class
Link State Detection Group Activator
Link State Detection Interfaces Configuration Class
Link State Detection Nexthops Configuration Class
Link State Detection Nexthops Configuration Class
Radio Application Cloud Server Interface
Routing Instance
Aggregate IPv4
Contributing Protocol for IPv4
Contributing route for IPv4 aggregate
Export Aggregate v4
Export Direct IPv4
Export Static Route v4
Inbound Filter IPv4
Global Params
OSPFv2 Area
OSPFv2 Interface
MD5
Stub IPv4
Virtual Link IPv4
MD5
Range IPv4
OSPFv2 Global
OSPFv2 Protocol Rank
Static Route IPv4
Address IPv4 Gateway
TWAMPR
TWAMPS
Virtual LAN
Port Group
Interface QSET
Interface Queue Specification
VLAN Priority Mapping
Virtual Routing and Forwarding