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ZXA10 C300/C320

Optical Access Convergence Equipment


Command Reference

Version: V2.0.1P3

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Revision History

Revision No. Revision Date Revision Reason

R1.0 2015-06-30 First edition

Serial Number: SJ-20150619092254-016

Publishing Date: 2015-06-30 (R1.0)

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Contents
Chapter 1 Basic System Management...................................................... 1-1
1.1 banner incoming ................................................................................................ 1-2
1.2 clock set ............................................................................................................ 1-3
1.3 clock summer-time recurring ............................................................................... 1-3
1.4 clock timezone ................................................................................................... 1-5
1.5 config-filename................................................................................................... 1-6
1.6 configure terminal............................................................................................... 1-6
1.7 disable............................................................................................................... 1-7
1.8 enable ............................................................................................................... 1-8
1.9 enable secret ..................................................................................................... 1-9
1.10 end.................................................................................................................1-11
1.11 exit ................................................................................................................ 1-12
1.12 hostname....................................................................................................... 1-13
1.13 interface ........................................................................................................ 1-13
1.14 ip address ...................................................................................................... 1-15
1.15 ping ............................................................................................................... 1-16
1.16 ping mng........................................................................................................ 1-17
1.17 privilege ......................................................................................................... 1-18
1.18 restore factory-defaults ................................................................................... 1-20
1.19 sdisk.............................................................................................................. 1-21
1.20 set-cputhreshold............................................................................................. 1-21
1.21 set-memthreshold........................................................................................... 1-22
1.22 show clock ..................................................................................................... 1-23
1.23 show cputhreshold ......................................................................................... 1-24
1.24 show memthreshold ....................................................................................... 1-24
1.25 show privilege ................................................................................................ 1-25
1.26 show running-config ....................................................................................... 1-26
1.27 show sdisk-status ........................................................................................... 1-30
1.28 show start running-config ................................................................................ 1-31
1.29 show system-group ........................................................................................ 1-32
1.30 show username.............................................................................................. 1-32
1.31 telnet ............................................................................................................. 1-34
1.32 who ............................................................................................................... 1-34

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Chapter 2 Hardware Management............................................................. 2-1
2.1 add-card ............................................................................................................ 2-2
2.2 add-rack ............................................................................................................ 2-2
2.3 add-shelf ........................................................................................................... 2-3
2.4 add-subcard....................................................................................................... 2-4
2.5 clear processor details........................................................................................ 2-5
2.6 del-card ............................................................................................................. 2-5
2.7 del-rack ............................................................................................................. 2-6
2.8 del-shelf............................................................................................................. 2-7
2.9 del-subcard........................................................................................................ 2-8
2.10 power-enable ................................................................................................... 2-8
2.11 qry ................................................................................................................... 2-9
2.12 reboot............................................................................................................ 2-10
2.13 reset-card .......................................................................................................2-11
2.14 reset-subcard ..................................................................................................2-11
2.15 set-pnp .......................................................................................................... 2-12
2.16 show card ...................................................................................................... 2-13
2.17 show card type ............................................................................................... 2-14
2.18 show cpu-load-detail....................................................................................... 2-15
2.19 show pnp ....................................................................................................... 2-16
2.20 show processor .............................................................................................. 2-17
2.21 show rack ...................................................................................................... 2-18
2.22 show shelf...................................................................................................... 2-18
2.23 show subcard................................................................................................. 2-19
2.24 show summer-time config ............................................................................... 2-20
2.25 show switch-board diag-port mode .................................................................. 2-21
2.26 show switch-board uplink-port mode ................................................................ 2-22
2.27 show system-forwarding-mode ........................................................................ 2-23
2.28 show system-monitor...................................................................................... 2-23
2.29 swap ............................................................................................................. 2-24
2.30 switch-board diag-port .................................................................................... 2-25
2.31 switch-board uplink-port .................................................................................. 2-26
2.32 system-forwarding-mode................................................................................. 2-27
2.33 system-monitor endless-loop duration.............................................................. 2-28
2.34 system-monitor endless-loop reboot ................................................................ 2-29
2.35 system-monitor task-suspend-reboot ............................................................... 2-30
2.36 system-monitor watchdog ............................................................................... 2-30

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2.37 system-monitor watchdog-duration .................................................................. 2-31

Chapter 3 Fan Management....................................................................... 3-1


3.1 env-switch add-device ........................................................................................ 3-1
3.2 env-switch switch ............................................................................................... 3-2
3.3 fan card-critical-protect ....................................................................................... 3-3
3.4 fan control fixed-speed ....................................................................................... 3-4
3.5 fan control temp_level......................................................................................... 3-4
3.6 fan env-card-device ............................................................................................ 3-5
3.7 fan env-serial-baudrate ....................................................................................... 3-6
3.8 fan env-uplink-device.......................................................................................... 3-7
3.9 fan epm ............................................................................................................. 3-8
3.10 fan power-save ................................................................................................ 3-9
3.11 fan power-save-action..................................................................................... 3-10
3.12 fan reset ........................................................................................................ 3-10
3.13 fan speed........................................................................................................3-11
3.14 fan speed-percent-set ..................................................................................... 3-12
3.15 fan temp-protect ............................................................................................. 3-13
3.16 fan temp-protect-action ................................................................................... 3-14
3.17 fan temp-zone ................................................................................................ 3-15
3.18 fan update-version.......................................................................................... 3-16
3.19 show card-power ............................................................................................ 3-16
3.20 show card-temperature ................................................................................... 3-17
3.21 show env-switch device .................................................................................. 3-18
3.22 show env-switch switch................................................................................... 3-20
3.23 show fan ........................................................................................................ 3-20

Chapter 4 Version Management ................................................................ 4-1


4.1 auto-backup condition cfg-changed ..................................................................... 4-2
4.2 auto-backup period............................................................................................. 4-2
4.3 auto-update ....................................................................................................... 4-3
4.4 auto-update check-period ................................................................................... 4-4
4.5 auto-update manual ........................................................................................... 4-5
4.6 file-server .......................................................................................................... 4-6
4.7 file-server auto-update........................................................................................ 4-7
4.8 file-server boot-server......................................................................................... 4-8
4.9 file-server performance-server .......................................................................... 4-10
4.10 license install ..................................................................................................4-11
4.11 manual-backup................................................................................................4-11

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4.12 patch active ................................................................................................... 4-12
4.13 patch deactive................................................................................................ 4-13
4.14 show auto-backup condition configure ............................................................. 4-14
4.15 show auto-backup period configure ................................................................. 4-14
4.16 show auto-backup progress ............................................................................ 4-15
4.17 show auto-update check-period configure ........................................................ 4-16
4.18 show auto-update check-result ........................................................................ 4-17
4.19 show auto-update configure ............................................................................ 4-17
4.20 show auto-update progress ............................................................................. 4-18
4.21 show compound-version ................................................................................. 4-19
4.22 show file-server .............................................................................................. 4-20
4.23 show license default ....................................................................................... 4-21
4.24 show license individual ................................................................................... 4-23
4.25 show license install-status............................................................................... 4-24
4.26 show license running ...................................................................................... 4-25
4.27 show patch-running ........................................................................................ 4-26
4.28 show patch-saved .......................................................................................... 4-27
4.29 show sub-version-running ............................................................................... 4-28
4.30 show updatecpld ............................................................................................ 4-29
4.31 show version-running...................................................................................... 4-30
4.32 show version-saved........................................................................................ 4-31
4.33 swapver ......................................................................................................... 4-32
4.34 update-boot ................................................................................................... 4-32
4.35 update-cpld .................................................................................................... 4-33
4.36 update-sub-boot ............................................................................................. 4-34

Chapter 5 CPE Version Management........................................................ 5-1


5.1 action ................................................................................................................ 5-1
5.2 description ......................................................................................................... 5-2
5.3 equipment-type .................................................................................................. 5-3
5.4 match-vertag...................................................................................................... 5-4
5.5 mode................................................................................................................. 5-4
5.6 parallel-limitation ................................................................................................ 5-5
5.7 range................................................................................................................. 5-6
5.8 remote-unit abort................................................................................................ 5-7
5.9 remote-unit activate ............................................................................................ 5-8
5.10 remote-unit cfg-map ......................................................................................... 5-8
5.11 remote-unit commit ........................................................................................... 5-9

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5.12 remote-unit task ............................................................................................. 5-10
5.13 remote-unit update ..........................................................................................5-11
5.14 remote-unit update-and-reboot .........................................................................5-11
5.15 remote-unit update-commit ............................................................................. 5-12
5.16 remote-unit update-reonline ............................................................................ 5-13
5.17 service-type ................................................................................................... 5-14
5.18 show remote-unit information .......................................................................... 5-15
5.19 show remote-unit summary-of ......................................................................... 5-16
5.20 show remote-unit task..................................................................................... 5-17
5.21 show remote-unit update-status....................................................................... 5-18
5.22 task abort....................................................................................................... 5-18
5.23 task add......................................................................................................... 5-19
5.24 task delete ..................................................................................................... 5-20
5.25 task restart..................................................................................................... 5-20
5.26 vendor-name.................................................................................................. 5-21
5.27 version-file ..................................................................................................... 5-22

Chapter 6 User Management ..................................................................... 6-1


6.1 exit .................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.2 line console 0..................................................................................................... 6-2
6.3 line console absolute-timeout .............................................................................. 6-3
6.4 line console idle-timeout ..................................................................................... 6-4
6.5 line telnet absolute-timeout ................................................................................. 6-4
6.6 line telnet access-class ....................................................................................... 6-5
6.7 line telnet idle-timeout......................................................................................... 6-6
6.8 line telnet users.................................................................................................. 6-7
6.9 login .................................................................................................................. 6-8
6.10 logout .............................................................................................................. 6-9
6.11 show line-configuration ..................................................................................... 6-9
6.12 show terminal................................................................................................. 6-10
6.13 show username high-level-security ...................................................................6-11
6.14 show username login-info ............................................................................... 6-12
6.15 telnet onu....................................................................................................... 6-12
6.16 terminal length ............................................................................................... 6-13
6.17 user password................................................................................................ 6-14
6.18 user-authentication-type.................................................................................. 6-15
6.19 user-authorization-type ................................................................................... 6-16
6.20 username ...................................................................................................... 6-17

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6.21 username expire-date ..................................................................................... 6-19
6.22 username high-level-security........................................................................... 6-20
6.23 username inactivity-day .................................................................................. 6-21
6.24 username login-range ..................................................................................... 6-21
6.25 username pwd-expire-day............................................................................... 6-22
6.26 username user-suspend ................................................................................. 6-23

Chapter 7 File System Management ......................................................... 7-1


7.1 auto-write .......................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2 file copy ............................................................................................................. 7-3
7.3 file delete ........................................................................................................... 7-4
7.4 file download...................................................................................................... 7-5
7.5 file sync ............................................................................................................. 7-6
7.6 file upload .......................................................................................................... 7-7
7.7 show auto-write.................................................................................................. 7-8
7.8 show file ............................................................................................................ 7-9
7.9 show sync-status.............................................................................................. 7-10
7.10 write ...............................................................................................................7-11

Chapter 8 SuperVLAN Commands ........................................................... 8-1


8.1 arp-broadcast..................................................................................................... 8-1
8.2 inter-subvlan-routing........................................................................................... 8-2
8.3 ip supervlan pool ................................................................................................ 8-3
8.4 ip-pool-filter........................................................................................................ 8-3
8.5 show supervlan ip-pool ....................................................................................... 8-4
8.6 supervlan inter-subvlan-routing ........................................................................... 8-5

Chapter 9 Alarm Management................................................................... 9-1


9.1 alarm................................................................................................................. 9-1
9.2 alarm alarm-profile ............................................................................................. 9-2
9.3 alarm anti-jitter ................................................................................................... 9-3
9.4 alarm confirm ..................................................................................................... 9-4
9.5 alarm filter.......................................................................................................... 9-4
9.6 alarm report-speed ............................................................................................. 9-5
9.7 alarm trap-confirm .............................................................................................. 9-6
9.8 alarm-index........................................................................................................ 9-7
9.9 alarm-profile-apply.............................................................................................. 9-9
9.10 clear alarm counter......................................................................................... 9-10
9.11 clear alarm pool...............................................................................................9-11
9.12 nms-hello-trap ................................................................................................ 9-12

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9.13 nms-hello-trap interval .................................................................................... 9-12
9.14 show alarm configure...................................................................................... 9-13
9.15 show alarm counter ........................................................................................ 9-14
9.16 show alarm filter ............................................................................................. 9-15
9.17 show alarm pool ............................................................................................. 9-16
9.18 show alarm profile .......................................................................................... 9-18

Chapter 10 Debugging Commands......................................................... 10-1


10.1 debug all........................................................................................................ 10-3
10.2 debug arp ...................................................................................................... 10-4
10.3 debug dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent all....................................................................... 10-5
10.4 debug dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent data ................................................................... 10-6
10.5 debug dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent error ................................................................... 10-7
10.6 debug dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent event.................................................................. 10-8
10.7 debug dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent all....................................................................... 10-9
10.8 debug dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent data ................................................................... 10-9
10.9 debug dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent error ..................................................................10-10
10.10 debug dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent event ............................................................... 10-11
10.11 debug igmp all .............................................................................................10-12
10.12 debug igmp error .........................................................................................10-13
10.13 debug igmp event ........................................................................................10-14
10.14 debug igmp msg..........................................................................................10-15
10.15 debug ip......................................................................................................10-16
10.16 debug ip arp ................................................................................................10-17
10.17 debug ip destination.....................................................................................10-18
10.18 debug ip dhcp .............................................................................................10-19
10.19 debug ip icmp..............................................................................................10-20
10.20 debug ip icmp detail.....................................................................................10-20
10.21 debug ip interface ........................................................................................10-21
10.22 debug ip ospf adj .........................................................................................10-22
10.23 debug ip ospf all ..........................................................................................10-23
10.24 debug ip ospf cspf .......................................................................................10-23
10.25 debug ip ospf database-timer .......................................................................10-24
10.26 debug ip ospf events....................................................................................10-25
10.27 debug ip ospf flood ......................................................................................10-26
10.28 debug ip ospf lsa-generation ........................................................................10-27
10.29 debug ip ospf nsf .........................................................................................10-27
10.30 debug ip ospf packet....................................................................................10-28

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10.31 debug ip ospf retransmission........................................................................10-29
10.32 debug ip ospf spf .........................................................................................10-30
10.33 debug ip ospf spf external ............................................................................10-31
10.34 debug ip ospf spf inter..................................................................................10-31
10.35 debug ip ospf spf intra..................................................................................10-32
10.36 debug ip protocol .........................................................................................10-33
10.37 debug ip rip .................................................................................................10-34
10.38 debug ip rip database ..................................................................................10-34
10.39 debug ip rip events ......................................................................................10-35
10.40 debug ip rip trigger.......................................................................................10-36
10.41 debug ip source...........................................................................................10-37
10.42 debug ip tcp all ............................................................................................10-37
10.43 debug ip tcp driver .......................................................................................10-38
10.44 debug ip tcp driver-pak.................................................................................10-39
10.45 debug ip tcp packet......................................................................................10-40
10.46 debug ip tcp transactions .............................................................................10-41
10.47 debug ip udp ...............................................................................................10-42
10.48 debug l2vpn ac event...................................................................................10-43
10.49 debug l2vpn instance event ..........................................................................10-43
10.50 debug l2vpn pw-bind event...........................................................................10-44
10.51 debug l2vpn pw-bind-to-ldp event .................................................................10-45
10.52 debug lacp all ..............................................................................................10-46
10.53 debug lacp fsm............................................................................................10-46
10.54 debug lacp packet .......................................................................................10-47
10.55 debug mld error ...........................................................................................10-48
10.56 debug mld all...............................................................................................10-49
10.57 debug mld event..........................................................................................10-50
10.58 debug mld msg............................................................................................10-51
10.59 debug mpls label .........................................................................................10-52
10.60 debug mpls label ip......................................................................................10-53
10.61 debug mpls ldp advertisements ....................................................................10-54
10.62 debug mpls ldp all........................................................................................10-55
10.63 debug mpls ldp bindings ..............................................................................10-55
10.64 debug mpls ldp hot-backup batch .................................................................10-56
10.65 debug mpls ldp hot-backup real-time.............................................................10-57
10.66 debug mpls ldp l2vpn event ..........................................................................10-58
10.67 debug mpls ldp l2vpn fsm.............................................................................10-58

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10.68 debug mpls ldp messages received ..............................................................10-59
10.69 debug mpls ldp messages sent ....................................................................10-60
10.70 debug mpls ldp session io ............................................................................10-61
10.71 debug mpls ldp session state-machine..........................................................10-62
10.72 debug mpls ldp transport connections ...........................................................10-62
10.73 debug mpls ldp transport events ...................................................................10-63
10.74 debug mpls lspv error ..................................................................................10-64
10.75 debug mpls lspv event .................................................................................10-65
10.76 debug mpls lspv packet................................................................................10-66
10.77 debug mpls lspv tlv ......................................................................................10-67
10.78 debug mstp agreement ................................................................................10-69
10.79 debug mstp all.............................................................................................10-69
10.80 debug mstp bpdu-rx.....................................................................................10-70
10.81 debug mstp bpdu-tx .....................................................................................10-71
10.82 debug mstp errors .......................................................................................10-72
10.83 debug mstp flush .........................................................................................10-72
10.84 debug mstp info...........................................................................................10-73
10.85 debug mstp migration ..................................................................................10-74
10.86 debug mstp proposals..................................................................................10-75
10.87 debug mstp roles .........................................................................................10-75
10.88 debug mstp state .........................................................................................10-76
10.89 debug mstp tc .............................................................................................10-77
10.90 debug mstp timers .......................................................................................10-78
10.91 debug ndp-lio all ..........................................................................................10-78
10.92 debug ndp-lio data.......................................................................................10-79
10.93 debug ndp-lio error ......................................................................................10-80
10.94 debug ndp-lio event .....................................................................................10-81
10.95 debug pon...................................................................................................10-82
10.96 debug port-identification all...........................................................................10-82
10.97 debug port-identification data .......................................................................10-83
10.98 debug port-identification error .......................................................................10-84
10.99 debug port-identification event......................................................................10-85
10.100 debug portloc-profile all ..............................................................................10-86
10.101 debug portloc-profile data...........................................................................10-87
10.102 debug portloc-profile error ..........................................................................10-87
10.103 debug portloc-profile event .........................................................................10-88
10.104 debug pppoe-intermediate-agent all ............................................................10-89

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10.105 debug pppoe-intermediate-agent data.........................................................10-90
10.106 debug pppoe-intermediate-agent error ........................................................10-91
10.107 debug pppoe-intermediate-agent event .......................................................10-92
10.108 terminal monitor.........................................................................................10-93

Chapter 11 VLAN Commands.................................................................. 11-1


11.1 Global Commands ...........................................................................................11-1
11.1.1 1588-bind..............................................................................................11-1
11.1.2 default-vlan ...........................................................................................11-2
11.1.3 description ............................................................................................11-2
11.1.4 ex-switch...............................................................................................11-3
11.1.5 multicast-packet ....................................................................................11-4
11.1.6 mvlan-translate......................................................................................11-5
11.1.7 name ....................................................................................................11-6
11.1.8 tpid .......................................................................................................11-7
11.1.9 tpid (VLAN configuration sub-mode)........................................................11-7
11.1.10 vlan.....................................................................................................11-8
11.1.11 vlan (VLAN_DB configuration mode) .....................................................11-9
11.1.12 vlan database .................................................................................... 11-10
11.1.13 vlan-reserve ...................................................................................... 11-11
11.1.14 vlan-scb-action .................................................................................. 11-12
11.1.15 vlan-translate..................................................................................... 11-13
11.1.16 voip-bind ........................................................................................... 11-14
11.1.17 xconnect ........................................................................................... 11-15
11.2 Commands at DSL User Side......................................................................... 11-16
11.2.1 ingress-filter ........................................................................................ 11-16
11.2.2 mvlan-translate.................................................................................... 11-17
11.2.3 switchport default cvlan ........................................................................ 11-18
11.2.4 switchport default vlan.......................................................................... 11-19
11.2.5 switchport mode .................................................................................. 11-19
11.2.6 switchport priority-cvlan........................................................................ 11-21
11.2.7 switchport priority-vlan ......................................................................... 11-21
11.2.8 switchport priority-vlan-mapping ........................................................... 11-22
11.2.9 switchport protocol-cvlan...................................................................... 11-23
11.2.10 switchport protocol-vlan...................................................................... 11-24
11.2.11 switchport protocol-vlan-mapping ........................................................ 11-25
11.2.12 switchport qinq .................................................................................. 11-25
11.2.13 switchport tls ..................................................................................... 11-26

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11.2.14 switchport tls vlan .............................................................................. 11-27
11.2.15 switchport tpid ................................................................................... 11-28
11.2.16 switchport translate ............................................................................ 11-29
11.2.17 switchport vlan................................................................................... 11-30
11.3 Smart QinQ Commands ................................................................................. 11-31
11.3.1 vlan-smart-qinq.................................................................................... 11-31
11.3.2 vlan-smart-qinq (10G_Ether interface mode) ......................................... 11-32
11.3.3 vlan-smart-qinq ingress-port ................................................................. 11-33
11.4 Show Commands .......................................................................................... 11-35
11.4.1 show 1588-vlan ................................................................................... 11-35
11.4.2 show ex-switch vlan ............................................................................. 11-35
11.4.3 show ingress-filter interface .................................................................. 11-36
11.4.4 show mvlan-translate ........................................................................... 11-37
11.4.5 show mvlan-translate interface ............................................................. 11-37
11.4.6 show service-port ................................................................................ 11-38
11.4.7 show service-port interface................................................................... 11-39
11.4.8 show vlan............................................................................................ 11-40
11.4.9 show vlan port ..................................................................................... 11-41
11.4.10 show vlan tpid.................................................................................... 11-42
11.4.11 show vlan voip-bind............................................................................ 11-43
11.4.12 show vlan-reserve.............................................................................. 11-43
11.4.13 show vlan-scb-action.......................................................................... 11-44
11.4.14 show vlan-smart-qinq ......................................................................... 11-45
11.4.15 show vlan-smart-qinq global-status ..................................................... 11-46
11.4.16 show vlan-smart-qinq port-status ........................................................ 11-46
11.4.17 show vlan-translate ............................................................................ 11-47
11.4.18 show vlan-xconnect detail .................................................................. 11-48
11.4.19 show vlan-xconnect summary............................................................. 11-49
11.5 Service Port Commands ................................................................................ 11-49
11.5.1 service-port (layer-2 VLAN translation).................................................. 11-49
11.5.2 service-port (description)...................................................................... 11-51
11.5.3 service-port (enable or disable)............................................................. 11-52
11.5.4 service-port (QinQ) .............................................................................. 11-53
11.5.5 service-port (TLS) ................................................................................ 11-54
11.5.6 service-port (modify the traffic profile and queue parameters) ................. 11-55
11.5.7 service-port (VLAN translation) ............................................................. 11-56
11.5.8 service-port (transparent transmission) ................................................. 11-57

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11.5.9 service-port (default VLAN) .................................................................. 11-58

Chapter 12 PON Comands....................................................................... 12-1


12.1 PON Basic Command..................................................................................... 12-1
12.1.1 pon...................................................................................................... 12-1
12.2 ONU Type Profile Management ....................................................................... 12-2
12.2.1 onu-type .............................................................................................. 12-2
12.2.2 onu-type-if............................................................................................ 12-4
12.2.3 show onu-type...................................................................................... 12-6
12.2.4 show onu-type-if................................................................................... 12-7
12.3 OLT Performance Management....................................................................... 12-8
12.3.1 item ..................................................................................................... 12-8
12.3.2 item (PROFILE_MAC_ONU configuration mode).................................... 12-9
12.3.3 item (PROFILE_ETH_OLT configuration mode)...................................... 12-9
12.3.4 item (PROFILE_ETH_ONU configuration mode)....................................12-10
12.3.5 perf-clear-current................................................................................. 12-11
12.3.6 perf-clear-current gemport....................................................................12-12
12.3.7 perf-clear-current onu ..........................................................................12-13
12.3.8 perf-eth-olt profile ................................................................................12-14
12.3.9 perf-eth-onu profile ..............................................................................12-14
12.3.10 perf-mac-olt profile.............................................................................12-15
12.3.11 perf-mac-onu profile...........................................................................12-16
12.3.12 perf-profile ........................................................................................12-17
12.3.13 perf-profile onu ..................................................................................12-18
12.3.14 show perf-eth-olt................................................................................12-18
12.3.15 show perf-eth-onu..............................................................................12-19
12.3.16 show perf-mac-olt ..............................................................................12-20
12.3.17 show perf-mac-onu ............................................................................12-21
12.3.18 show performance gemport ................................................................12-22
12.3.19 show performance pon-olt ..................................................................12-23
12.3.20 show performance pon-onu ................................................................12-24
12.4 PON Protection Management.........................................................................12-25
12.4.1 protection............................................................................................12-25
12.4.2 protection member ..............................................................................12-26
12.4.3 protection prop ....................................................................................12-27
12.4.4 protection switch-command..................................................................12-28
12.4.5 show protection group information ........................................................12-29
12.4.6 show protection group list ....................................................................12-30

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12.5 Optical Profile Parameter Configuration ..........................................................12-31
12.5.1 show pon power attenuation.................................................................12-31
12.5.2 show pon power olt-rx..........................................................................12-32
12.5.3 show pon power olt-tx ..........................................................................12-33
12.5.4 show pon power onu-rx........................................................................12-33
12.5.5 show pon power onu-tx........................................................................12-34
12.5.6 show pon transceiver-thresh ................................................................12-35
12.5.7 transceiver detect-period......................................................................12-36
12.5.8 transceiver-threshold rx-power .............................................................12-37
12.6 Rogue ONU Detection ...................................................................................12-38
12.6.1 rogue-onu-detect .................................................................................12-38
12.6.2 rogue-onu-state...................................................................................12-39
12.6.3 show pon rogue-onu-detect..................................................................12-40
12.6.4 show pon rogue-onu-info .....................................................................12-40
12.7 ONU In-Band Management ............................................................................12-41
12.7.1 ip-pool ................................................................................................12-41
12.7.2 ip-pool-bind .........................................................................................12-42
12.7.3 show pon ip-pool .................................................................................12-43
12.7.4 show pon ip-pool-bind..........................................................................12-44
12.8 Profile Configuration Management..................................................................12-45
12.8.1 commit................................................................................................12-45
12.8.2 onu-profile...........................................................................................12-46
12.8.3 remote ................................................................................................12-47
12.8.4 revert..................................................................................................12-48
12.8.5 show pon onu onu-profile .....................................................................12-48
12.8.6 show pon onu-profile ...........................................................................12-49
12.9 Other Commands ..........................................................................................12-50
12.9.1 blacklist ..............................................................................................12-50
12.9.2 clear ...................................................................................................12-51
12.9.3 clear onu.............................................................................................12-52
12.9.4 copy epon olt ......................................................................................12-53
12.9.5 copy epon onu ....................................................................................12-53
12.9.6 copy gpon olt ......................................................................................12-54
12.9.7 copy gpon onu ....................................................................................12-55
12.9.8 onu profile power-save.........................................................................12-56
12.9.9 onu profile proto-ctrl.............................................................................12-57
12.9.10 onu profile proto-limit .........................................................................12-58

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12.9.11 pnp ...................................................................................................12-59
12.9.12 show onu running config ....................................................................12-60
12.9.13 show pon blacklist .............................................................................12-61
12.9.14 show pon config global.......................................................................12-62
12.9.15 show pon olt config ............................................................................12-62
12.9.16 show pon onu power-save state .........................................................12-63
12.9.17 show pon onu profile power-save........................................................12-64
12.9.18 show pon onu profile proto-ctrl............................................................12-65
12.9.19 show pon onu profile proto-limit ..........................................................12-65
12.9.20 show pon onu uncfg...........................................................................12-66
12.9.21 show pon remote-alarm .....................................................................12-68
12.9.22 show pon uncfg-onu-display-info ........................................................12-68
12.9.23 show pon whitelist .............................................................................12-69
12.9.24 time-sync ..........................................................................................12-70
12.9.25 uncfg-onu-display-info........................................................................12-71
12.9.26 whitelist.............................................................................................12-72

Chapter 13 GPON Commands................................................................. 13-1


13.1 GPON Global Configuration ............................................................................ 13-1
13.1.1 auth-mode ........................................................................................... 13-1
13.1.2 dhcp anti-spoofing autoshutdown-port ................................................... 13-2
13.1.3 gpon .................................................................................................... 13-3
13.1.4 loid-mode............................................................................................. 13-3
13.1.5 max-bandwidth..................................................................................... 13-4
13.1.6 mop mode............................................................................................ 13-5
13.1.7 multicast forward-mode......................................................................... 13-6
13.1.8 onu profile dial-plan .............................................................................. 13-7
13.1.9 onu profile dscp.................................................................................... 13-7
13.1.10 onu profile filter-rule double-tag ........................................................... 13-8
13.1.11 onu profile filter-rule single-tag............................................................13-10
13.1.12 onu profile filter-rule zero-tag.............................................................. 13-11
13.1.13 onu profile igmp.................................................................................13-12
13.1.14 onu profile ip .....................................................................................13-15
13.1.15 onu profile mgc..................................................................................13-16
13.1.16 onu profile schedule...........................................................................13-18
13.1.17 onu profile sip....................................................................................13-20
13.1.18 onu profile snmp................................................................................13-22
13.1.19 onu profile tdm ..................................................................................13-24

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13.1.20 onu profile traffic................................................................................13-26
13.1.21 onu profile treat .................................................................................13-28
13.1.22 onu profile vlan..................................................................................13-30
13.1.23 onu profile voip-accesscode ...............................................................13-31
13.1.24 onu profile voip-appsrv.......................................................................13-32
13.1.25 onu profile voip-media........................................................................13-35
13.1.26 onu profile xdsl ..................................................................................13-37
13.1.27 onu profile xdsl-delay-inp ...................................................................13-38
13.1.28 onu profile xdsl-ds-data-rate ...............................................................13-40
13.1.29 onu profile xdsl-snr-margin .................................................................13-41
13.1.30 onu profile xdsl-spectrum ...................................................................13-42
13.1.31 onu profile xdsl-upbo .........................................................................13-46
13.1.32 onu profile xdsl-us-data-rate ...............................................................13-48
13.1.33 profile tcont .......................................................................................13-49
13.1.34 profile traffic ......................................................................................13-51
13.1.35 rogue-onu-ctrl....................................................................................13-52
13.1.36 show gpon global config.....................................................................13-53
13.1.37 show gpon loid-mode.........................................................................13-53
13.1.38 show gpon mop mode........................................................................13-54
13.1.39 show gpon onu profile dial-plan ..........................................................13-55
13.1.40 show gpon onu profile dscp ................................................................13-55
13.1.41 show gpon onu profile filter-rule ..........................................................13-56
13.1.42 show gpon onu profile igmp................................................................13-57
13.1.43 show gpon onu profile ip ....................................................................13-58
13.1.44 show gpon onu profile mgc.................................................................13-59
13.1.45 show gpon onu profile schedule..........................................................13-60
13.1.46 show gpon onu profile sip...................................................................13-61
13.1.47 show gpon onu profile snmp...............................................................13-62
13.1.48 show gpon onu profile tdm .................................................................13-63
13.1.49 show gpon onu profile traffic...............................................................13-64
13.1.50 show gpon onu profile treat ................................................................13-65
13.1.51 show gpon onu profile vlan.................................................................13-66
13.1.52 show gpon onu profile voip-accesscode ..............................................13-67
13.1.53 show gpon onu profile voip-appsrv......................................................13-68
13.1.54 show gpon onu profile voip-media.......................................................13-69
13.1.55 show gpon onu profile xdsl .................................................................13-70
13.1.56 show gpon onu profile xdsl-delay-inp ..................................................13-71

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13.1.57 show gpon onu profile xdsl-ds-data-rate ..............................................13-72
13.1.58 show gpon onu profile xdsl-snr-margin ................................................13-73
13.1.59 show gpon onu profile xdsl-spectrum ..................................................13-74
13.1.60 show gpon onu profile xdsl-upbo ........................................................13-75
13.1.61 show gpon onu profile xdsl-us-data-rate ..............................................13-76
13.1.62 show gpon profile ..............................................................................13-77
13.1.63 show gpon slot config ........................................................................13-78
13.1.64 tcont-type5-addbw-mode....................................................................13-79
13.2 GPON OLT Interface Configuration.................................................................13-80
13.2.1 auto-learning.......................................................................................13-80
13.2.2 auto-learning aging-time ......................................................................13-80
13.2.3 ber-interval..........................................................................................13-81
13.2.4 clear ...................................................................................................13-82
13.2.5 cpl ......................................................................................................13-83
13.2.6 discover-period ...................................................................................13-83
13.2.7 fec......................................................................................................13-84
13.2.8 multicast-encrypt .................................................................................13-85
13.2.9 name ..................................................................................................13-86
13.2.10 onu ...................................................................................................13-86
13.2.11 onu-action .........................................................................................13-89
13.2.12 onu-sn ..............................................................................................13-90
13.2.13 range-mode ......................................................................................13-91
13.2.14 resource-id-assign-mode....................................................................13-91
13.2.15 scb-port ............................................................................................13-92
13.2.16 show gpon fec ...................................................................................13-93
13.2.17 show gpon olt config ..........................................................................13-94
13.2.18 show gpon olt cpl...............................................................................13-95
13.2.19 show gpon olt range-mode .................................................................13-95
13.2.20 uncfg-onu-aging-time .........................................................................13-96
13.3 GPON ONU Interface Configuration ...............................................................13-97
13.3.1 1pps-tod .............................................................................................13-97
13.3.2 action .................................................................................................13-98
13.3.3 authpass-control..................................................................................13-98
13.3.4 auto-replace........................................................................................13-99
13.3.5 clear .................................................................................................13-100
13.3.6 dba...................................................................................................13-101
13.3.7 description ........................................................................................13-101

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13.3.8 disable..............................................................................................13-102
13.3.9 enable ..............................................................................................13-103
13.3.10 encrypt ...........................................................................................13-103
13.3.11 fec ..................................................................................................13-104
13.3.12 gemport ..........................................................................................13-105
13.3.13 link-test ...........................................................................................13-106
13.3.14 multicast-encrypt .............................................................................13-107
13.3.15 name ..............................................................................................13-108
13.3.16 omcc-bandwidth ..............................................................................13-108
13.3.17 omcc-encrypt ..................................................................................13-109
13.3.18 optical-line-number .......................................................................... 13-110
13.3.19 performance gemport....................................................................... 13-111
13.3.20 performance vport ........................................................................... 13-111
13.3.21 registration-method.......................................................................... 13-112
13.3.22 show gpon onu baseinfo .................................................................. 13-113
13.3.23 show gpon onu by ........................................................................... 13-114
13.3.24 show gpon onu detail-info ................................................................ 13-115
13.3.25 show gpon onu distance .................................................................. 13-116
13.3.26 show gpon onu gemport................................................................... 13-117
13.3.27 show gpon onu next-available .......................................................... 13-118
13.3.28 show gpon onu state........................................................................ 13-119
13.3.29 show gpon onu tcont........................................................................13-120
13.3.30 show gpon onu uncfg.......................................................................13-121
13.3.31 show gpon onu vport .......................................................................13-122
13.3.32 shutdown ........................................................................................13-123
13.3.33 sn-bind ...........................................................................................13-123
13.3.34 state ...............................................................................................13-124
13.3.35 tcont ...............................................................................................13-125
13.3.36 type ................................................................................................13-126
13.3.37 vport ...............................................................................................13-127
13.3.38 vport-map .......................................................................................13-128
13.3.39 vport-mode......................................................................................13-129
13.4 GPON ONU Remote Management ...............................................................13-129
13.4.1 auto-shutdown ..................................................................................13-129
13.4.2 broadcast-limit...................................................................................13-130
13.4.3 cfm ma .............................................................................................13-131
13.4.4 cfm md .............................................................................................13-132

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13.4.5 cfm mep ...........................................................................................13-134
13.4.6 dhcp-ip .............................................................................................13-135
13.4.7 dhcp-option60 ...................................................................................13-136
13.4.8 dot1p-map ........................................................................................13-137
13.4.9 dot1x ................................................................................................13-138
13.4.10 dot1x ethuni ....................................................................................13-140
13.4.11 equip-mgmt .....................................................................................13-141
13.4.12 ex-vlan............................................................................................13-141
13.4.13 ex-vlan-table ...................................................................................13-142
13.4.14 file-server........................................................................................13-144
13.4.15 firewall ............................................................................................13-144
13.4.16 firewall ip-filter .................................................................................13-145
13.4.17 firewall mac-filter .............................................................................13-147
13.4.18 firewall mac-filter-table .....................................................................13-148
13.4.19 firewall port-forward .........................................................................13-149
13.4.20 flow ................................................................................................13-150
13.4.21 flow mode .......................................................................................13-151
13.4.22 gemport ..........................................................................................13-152
13.4.23 http onu-mng-port ............................................................................13-154
13.4.24 igmp ...............................................................................................13-155
13.4.25 igmp monitor ...................................................................................13-156
13.4.26 interface ces....................................................................................13-157
13.4.27 interface eth ....................................................................................13-158
13.4.28 interface pon ...................................................................................13-159
13.4.29 interface pots ..................................................................................13-161
13.4.30 interface video.................................................................................13-162
13.4.31 interface video-ani ...........................................................................13-162
13.4.32 interface wifi ....................................................................................13-163
13.4.33 interface xdsl...................................................................................13-164
13.4.34 ip route ...........................................................................................13-165
13.4.35 ip-host ............................................................................................13-166
13.4.36 ip-service-map.................................................................................13-167
13.4.37 lct ...................................................................................................13-168
13.4.38 loop-detect ......................................................................................13-169
13.4.39 loopback .........................................................................................13-170
13.4.40 mac-filter.........................................................................................13-170
13.4.41 mgc-service ....................................................................................13-171

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13.4.42 mgmt-ip ..........................................................................................13-172
13.4.43 mgmt-ip auto-assign ........................................................................13-173
13.4.44 mgmt-ip release...............................................................................13-174
13.4.45 mirror..............................................................................................13-174
13.4.46 mvlan..............................................................................................13-175
13.4.47 multicast vlan tag-strip .....................................................................13-176
13.4.48 name ..............................................................................................13-177
13.4.49 onu-vlan..........................................................................................13-178
13.4.50 password ........................................................................................13-179
13.4.51 performance call-ctrl ........................................................................13-180
13.4.52 performance dot1x ethuni.................................................................13-181
13.4.53 performance ethuni..........................................................................13-182
13.4.54 performance fec ..............................................................................13-182
13.4.55 performance flow .............................................................................13-183
13.4.56 performance gem ............................................................................13-184
13.4.57 performance iphost ..........................................................................13-185
13.4.58 performance mgc ............................................................................13-185
13.4.59 performance multicast......................................................................13-186
13.4.60 performance pw...............................................................................13-187
13.4.61 performance radius..........................................................................13-188
13.4.62 performance rtp ...............................................................................13-188
13.4.63 performance sip...............................................................................13-189
13.4.64 performance switch..........................................................................13-190
13.4.65 performance switchport ethuni..........................................................13-191
13.4.66 performance switchport iphost ..........................................................13-191
13.4.67 performance vlan.............................................................................13-192
13.4.68 performance voice ...........................................................................13-193
13.4.69 performance voice pots....................................................................13-194
13.4.70 pkt-filter...........................................................................................13-195
13.4.71 pon-onu-mng...................................................................................13-196
13.4.72 power-save .....................................................................................13-196
13.4.73 power-shedding...............................................................................13-197
13.4.74 pppoe .............................................................................................13-199
13.4.75 proto-filter ethuni .............................................................................13-200
13.4.76 proto-proc .......................................................................................13-201
13.4.77 pw delete ........................................................................................13-202
13.4.78 pw optional......................................................................................13-202

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13.4.79 pw psn ethernet...............................................................................13-203
13.4.80 pw psn ip ........................................................................................13-204
13.4.81 pw psn mpls ....................................................................................13-205
13.4.82 pw rtp .............................................................................................13-206
13.4.83 pw tdm............................................................................................13-207
13.4.84 reboot .............................................................................................13-208
13.4.85 restore ............................................................................................13-209
13.4.86 restore factory .................................................................................13-210
13.4.87 schedule .........................................................................................13-210
13.4.88 security-ctrl ..................................................................................... 13-211
13.4.89 security-mgmt .................................................................................13-212
13.4.90 service ............................................................................................13-213
13.4.91 show gpon remote-onu auto-shutdown..............................................13-215
13.4.92 show gpon remote-onu broadcast-limit..............................................13-215
13.4.93 show gpon remote-onu call-record ....................................................13-216
13.4.94 show gpon remote-onu capability......................................................13-217
13.4.95 show gpon remote-onu cfm ma ........................................................13-218
13.4.96 show gpon remote-onu cfm md ........................................................13-219
13.4.97 show gpon remote-onu cfm mep.......................................................13-220
13.4.98 show gpon remote-onu dhcp-ip ........................................................13-221
13.4.99 show gpon remote-onu dhcp-option60 ..............................................13-222
13.4.100 show gpon remote-onu dot1p-map..................................................13-223
13.4.101 show gpon remote-onu dot1x .........................................................13-224
13.4.102 show gpon remote-onu dot1x ethuni ...............................................13-225
13.4.103 show gpon remote-onu equip .........................................................13-226
13.4.104 show gpon remote-onu ex-vlan.......................................................13-227
13.4.105 show gpon remote-onu ex-vlan flow ................................................13-228
13.4.106 show gpon remote-onu ex-vlan-table ..............................................13-229
13.4.107 show gpon remote-onu ex-vlan-table flow........................................13-230
13.4.108 show gpon remote-onu file-server ...................................................13-231
13.4.109 show gpon remote-onu firewall .......................................................13-232
13.4.110 show gpon remote-onu firewall ip-filter ............................................13-233
13.4.111 show gpon remote-onu firewall mac-filter .........................................13-233
13.4.112 show gpon remote-onu firewall mac-filter-table ................................13-234
13.4.113 show gpon remote-onu firewall port-forward.....................................13-235
13.4.114 show gpon remote-onu flow ............................................................13-236
13.4.115 show gpon remote-onu gemport......................................................13-237

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13.4.116 show gpon remote-onu igmp...........................................................13-238
13.4.117 show gpon remote-onu igmp monitor...............................................13-239
13.4.118 show gpon remote-onu interface ces ...............................................13-240
13.4.119 show gpon remote-onu interface eth ...............................................13-241
13.4.120 show gpon remote-onu interface pon ..............................................13-242
13.4.121 show gpon remote-onu interface pots..............................................13-243
13.4.122 show gpon remote-onu interface video ............................................13-244
13.4.123 show gpon remote-onu interface video-ani ......................................13-244
13.4.124 show gpon remote-onu interface wifi ...............................................13-245
13.4.125 show gpon remote-onu interface xdsl ..............................................13-246
13.4.126 show gpon remote-onu ip route ......................................................13-247
13.4.127 show gpon remote-onu ip-host........................................................13-248
13.4.128 show gpon remote-onu ip-service-map............................................13-249
13.4.129 show gpon remote-onu lct ..............................................................13-250
13.4.130 show gpon remote-onu loid ............................................................13-250
13.4.131 show gpon remote-onu loop-detect .................................................13-251
13.4.132 show gpon remote-onu loopback ....................................................13-252
13.4.133 show gpon remote-onu mac ...........................................................13-253
13.4.134 show gpon remote-onu mac-filter ....................................................13-254
13.4.135 show gpon remote-onu mgc-service................................................13-255
13.4.136 show gpon remote-onu mgmt-ip......................................................13-255
13.4.137 show gpon remote-onu mirror .........................................................13-256
13.4.138 show gpon remote-onu mvlan port ..................................................13-257
13.4.139 show gpon remote-onu mvlan.........................................................13-258
13.4.140 show gpon remote-onu name .........................................................13-259
13.4.141 show gpon remote-onu onu-vlan ethuni...........................................13-259
13.4.142 show gpon remote-onu onu-vlan iphost ...........................................13-260
13.4.143 show gpon remote-onu onu-vlan wifi ...............................................13-261
13.4.144 show gpon remote-onu performance call-ctrl ...................................13-262
13.4.145 show gpon remote-onu performance dot1x ethuni............................13-262
13.4.146 show gpon remote-onu performance ethuni.....................................13-263
13.4.147 show gpon remote-onu performance fec .........................................13-264
13.4.148 show gpon remote-onu performance flow ........................................13-265
13.4.149 show gpon remote-onu performance gem .......................................13-265
13.4.150 show gpon remote-onu performance iphost .....................................13-266
13.4.151 show gpon remote-onu performance mgc........................................13-267
13.4.152 show gpon remote-onu performance multicast.................................13-268

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13.4.153 show gpon remote-onu performance pw..........................................13-268
13.4.154 show gpon remote-onu performance radius.....................................13-269
13.4.155 show gpon remote-onu performance rtp ..........................................13-270
13.4.156 show gpon remote-onu performance sip..........................................13-271
13.4.157 show gpon remote-onu performance switch.....................................13-271
13.4.158 show gpon remote-onu performance switchport ethuni .....................13-272
13.4.159 show gpon remote-onu performance switchport iphost .....................13-273
13.4.160 show gpon remote-onu performance vlan........................................13-274
13.4.161 show gpon remote-onu performance voice ......................................13-274
13.4.162 show gpon remote-onu pkt-filter......................................................13-275
13.4.163 show gpon remote-onu port-map ....................................................13-276
13.4.164 show gpon remote-onu power-shedding..........................................13-277
13.4.165 show gpon remote-onu pppoe ........................................................13-278
13.4.166 show gpon remote-onu proto-proc ..................................................13-279
13.4.167 show gpon remote-onu pw .............................................................13-280
13.4.168 show gpon remote-onu schedule ....................................................13-281
13.4.169 show gpon remote-onu security-ctrl.................................................13-281
13.4.170 show gpon remote-onu security-mgmt.............................................13-282
13.4.171 show gpon remote-onu service .......................................................13-283
13.4.172 show gpon remote-onu sip-service..................................................13-284
13.4.173 show gpon remote-onu snmp .........................................................13-285
13.4.174 show gpon remote-onu sntp ...........................................................13-285
13.4.175 show gpon remote-onu ssid info .....................................................13-286
13.4.176 show gpon remote-onu switch ........................................................13-287
13.4.177 show gpon remote-onu switchport...................................................13-288
13.4.178 show gpon remote-onu sys-attr.......................................................13-289
13.4.179 show gpon remote-onu test-result call .............................................13-290
13.4.180 show gpon remote-onu test-result iphost .........................................13-291
13.4.181 show gpon remote-onu test-result ipoe............................................13-292
13.4.182 show gpon remote-onu test-result iptv.............................................13-293
13.4.183 show gpon remote-onu test-result mep ...........................................13-293
13.4.184 show gpon remote-onu test-result mep lm-dm .................................13-294
13.4.185 show gpon remote-onu test-result potsuni .......................................13-295
13.4.186 show gpon remote-onu test-result pppoe.........................................13-296
13.4.187 show gpon remote-onu tr069-mgmt.................................................13-296
13.4.188 show gpon remote-onu traffic-limit ..................................................13-297
13.4.189 show gpon remote-onu veip ...........................................................13-298

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13.4.190 show gpon remote-onu vlan ...........................................................13-299
13.4.191 show gpon remote-onu vlan translate..............................................13-300
13.4.192 show gpon remote-onu vlan-filter ....................................................13-302
13.4.193 show gpon remote-onu vlan-filter-mode...........................................13-303
13.4.194 show gpon remote-onu voip ...........................................................13-304
13.4.195 show gpon remote-onu voip-ip........................................................13-305
13.4.196 show gpon remote-onu voip-linestatus ............................................13-307
13.4.197 show gpon remote-onu wan ...........................................................13-307
13.4.198 show gpon remote-onu wan ctrl ......................................................13-308
13.4.199 show gpon remote-onu wan-ip........................................................13-309
13.4.200 show gpon remote-onu weight ........................................................13-310
13.4.201 show gpon remote-onu wifi info ...................................................... 13-311
13.4.202 show gpon remote-onu xdsl-service ................................................13-312
13.4.203 sip-service.....................................................................................13-313
13.4.204 snmp ............................................................................................13-314
13.4.205 sntp ..............................................................................................13-315
13.4.206 ssid auth wep ................................................................................13-316
13.4.207 ssid auth wpa ................................................................................13-319
13.4.208 ssid ctrl .........................................................................................13-321
13.4.209 switch ...........................................................................................13-322
13.4.210 switchport ethuni............................................................................13-323
13.4.211 switchport flow ...............................................................................13-324
13.4.212 switchport iphost............................................................................13-325
13.4.213 switchport veip...............................................................................13-326
13.4.214 switchport-bind ..............................................................................13-327
13.4.215 snyn-time ......................................................................................13-328
13.4.216 sys-attr..........................................................................................13-328
13.4.217 telnet onu-mng-port .......................................................................13-329
13.4.218 test ...............................................................................................13-330
13.4.219 test callee......................................................................................13-331
13.4.220 test caller ......................................................................................13-332
13.4.221 test iphost .....................................................................................13-332
13.4.222 test ipoe ........................................................................................13-333
13.4.223 test iptv .........................................................................................13-334
13.4.224 test mep linktrace ..........................................................................13-335
13.4.225 test mep lm-dm..............................................................................13-336
13.4.226 test mep loopback..........................................................................13-337

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13.4.227 test potsuni....................................................................................13-338
13.4.228 test pppoe .....................................................................................13-339
13.4.229 tr069-mgmt....................................................................................13-340
13.4.230 traffic-limit .....................................................................................13-341
13.4.231 type ..............................................................................................13-342
13.4.232 veip ..............................................................................................13-343
13.4.233 vlan gemport .................................................................................13-344
13.4.234 vlan gemport-mcast .......................................................................13-346
13.4.235 vlan port........................................................................................13-348
13.4.236 vlan wan .......................................................................................13-350
13.4.237 vlan-filter .......................................................................................13-351
13.4.238 vlan-filter-mode..............................................................................13-352
13.4.239 voip config.....................................................................................13-353
13.4.240 voip protocol..................................................................................13-354
13.4.241 voip-ip...........................................................................................13-356
13.4.242 wan ..............................................................................................13-358
13.4.243 wan ctrl .........................................................................................13-360
13.4.244 wan-ip...........................................................................................13-361
13.4.245 weight ...........................................................................................13-363
13.4.246 wifi................................................................................................13-363
13.4.247 xdsl-service ...................................................................................13-365

Chapter 14 CES Commands .................................................................... 14-1


14.1 CES Global Property Management .................................................................. 14-1
14.1.1 card-frametype ..................................................................................... 14-1
14.1.2 ces ...................................................................................................... 14-2
14.1.3 interface-speed .................................................................................... 14-2
14.1.4 ip-address............................................................................................ 14-3
14.1.5 line-coding ........................................................................................... 14-4
14.1.6 mac-address ........................................................................................ 14-5
14.1.7 perf-clear-current.................................................................................. 14-6
14.1.8 pw ....................................................................................................... 14-7
14.1.9 sdhprot ................................................................................................ 14-8
14.1.10 sdhprot switch-command .................................................................... 14-9
14.1.11 show ces card-frametype ...................................................................14-10
14.1.12 show ces global-prop ......................................................................... 14-11
14.1.13 show ces sdhprot group count ............................................................ 14-11
14.1.14 show ces sdhprot group prop .............................................................14-12

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14.1.15 show ces sdhprot request ..................................................................14-13
14.1.16 show ces sdhprot switch-command.....................................................14-14
14.1.17 show ces tdm-profile ..........................................................................14-15
14.1.18 show performance ces .......................................................................14-16
14.1.19 tdm-profile.........................................................................................14-17
14.2 CES-PW Service Property Management .........................................................14-19
14.2.1 name ..................................................................................................14-19
14.2.2 psn ethernet........................................................................................14-19
14.2.3 psn ip .................................................................................................14-21
14.2.4 psn mef8.............................................................................................14-22
14.2.5 psn mpls-double..................................................................................14-23
14.2.6 show ces pw count ..............................................................................14-25
14.2.7 show ces pw prop detail.......................................................................14-25
14.2.8 tdm-service .........................................................................................14-27
14.3 CES-TDM Interface Property Management .....................................................14-28
14.3.1 admin-status .......................................................................................14-28
14.3.2 au-3....................................................................................................14-29
14.3.3 au-4 tug-3 ...........................................................................................14-30
14.3.4 clock-source........................................................................................14-31
14.3.5 loopback .............................................................................................14-31
14.3.6 perf-clear-current.................................................................................14-32
14.3.7 range..................................................................................................14-33
14.3.8 show ces interface...............................................................................14-34

Chapter 15 Clock Commands.................................................................. 15-1


15.1 Clock Module Management............................................................................. 15-1
15.1.1 card-clock ............................................................................................ 15-1
15.1.2 clock.................................................................................................... 15-2
15.1.3 clock-mode .......................................................................................... 15-3
15.1.4 dpll-adjust ............................................................................................ 15-3
15.1.5 external-clock....................................................................................... 15-4
15.1.6 external-input ....................................................................................... 15-5
15.1.7 external-output ..................................................................................... 15-6
15.1.8 internal-output ...................................................................................... 15-7
15.1.9 set....................................................................................................... 15-8
15.1.10 show card-clock.................................................................................. 15-9
15.1.11 show clock config...............................................................................15-10
15.1.12 show clock interface esmc.................................................................. 15-11

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15.1.13 show clock interface ssm-send ...........................................................15-12
15.1.14 show clock output ..............................................................................15-12
15.1.15 show clock source active....................................................................15-13
15.1.16 show clock source alarm ....................................................................15-14
15.1.17 source ..............................................................................................15-15
15.1.18 ssm-send ..........................................................................................15-16
15.1.19 ssm-set.............................................................................................15-17
15.1.20 switch ...............................................................................................15-18
15.2 1588 Module Management.............................................................................15-19
15.2.1 1pps ...................................................................................................15-19
15.2.2 ptp......................................................................................................15-20
15.2.3 ptp-add-port ........................................................................................15-21
15.2.4 ptp-adjust............................................................................................15-22
15.2.5 ptp-announce-interval ..........................................................................15-23
15.2.6 ptp-delay-interval.................................................................................15-24
15.2.7 ptp-destination ....................................................................................15-25
15.2.8 ptp-enable...........................................................................................15-26
15.2.9 ptp-network-protocol ............................................................................15-26
15.2.10 ptp-priority1.......................................................................................15-27
15.2.11 ptp-priority2 .......................................................................................15-28
15.2.12 ptp-source.........................................................................................15-29
15.2.13 ptp-sync-interval ................................................................................15-30
15.2.14 ptp-two-step ......................................................................................15-31
15.2.15 ptp-unicast-enable .............................................................................15-32
15.2.16 show time 1pps .................................................................................15-32
15.2.17 show time ptp ....................................................................................15-33
15.2.18 show time ptp-port-cfg .......................................................................15-34
15.2.19 show time ptp-source.........................................................................15-35
15.2.20 show time tod ....................................................................................15-36
15.2.21 show time utc-offset...........................................................................15-36
15.2.22 tod....................................................................................................15-37
15.2.23 utc-offset...........................................................................................15-38

Chapter 16 Ethernet Interface Configuration Commands .................... 16-1


16.1 atm pvc.......................................................................................................... 16-1
16.2 bandwidth-util................................................................................................. 16-2
16.3 byname ......................................................................................................... 16-3
16.4 data-path-mode.............................................................................................. 16-4

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16.5 description ..................................................................................................... 16-5
16.6 duplex ........................................................................................................... 16-6
16.7 encapsulation................................................................................................. 16-7
16.8 fcs ................................................................................................................. 16-8
16.9 flowcontrol ..................................................................................................... 16-8
16.10 hybrid-attribute ............................................................................................. 16-9
16.11 linktrap ........................................................................................................16-10
16.12 lock ............................................................................................................ 16-11
16.13 negotiation auto...........................................................................................16-12
16.14 phy-attribute ................................................................................................16-13
16.15 reset ...........................................................................................................16-13
16.16 show interface .............................................................................................16-14
16.17 show interface port-status ............................................................................16-17
16.18 show port-license ........................................................................................16-18
16.19 shutdown ....................................................................................................16-18
16.20 speed .........................................................................................................16-19
16.21 system-monitor inner-port-check...................................................................16-20

Chapter 17 Optical Module Management Commands........................... 17-1


17.1 Optical Module Global Configuration................................................................ 17-1
17.1.1 optical-module alarm-profile .................................................................. 17-1
17.1.2 optical-module class-profile ................................................................... 17-2
17.2 Optical Module Port Configuration ................................................................... 17-3
17.2.1 als ....................................................................................................... 17-3
17.2.2 optical-module-alarm-profile .................................................................. 17-4
17.3 Optical Module Display ................................................................................... 17-4
17.3.1 show interface optical-module-info......................................................... 17-4
17.3.2 show interface port-als.......................................................................... 17-6
17.3.3 show optical-module-alarm-profile ......................................................... 17-6
17.3.4 show optical-module-class-profile .......................................................... 17-7
17.3.5 show optical-module-reserved-class ...................................................... 17-8

Chapter 18 Port Security Commands ..................................................... 18-1


18.1 eth-switch broadcast-limit................................................................................ 18-2
18.2 eth-switch l2cp ............................................................................................... 18-3
18.3 eth-switch max-frame-length ........................................................................... 18-4
18.4 eth-switch multicast-limit ................................................................................. 18-4
18.5 eth-switch unknowncast-limit ........................................................................... 18-5
18.6 port-protect .................................................................................................... 18-6

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18.7 security ipv6-filter ........................................................................................... 18-7
18.8 security mac-bind ........................................................................................... 18-7
18.9 security mac-bind (ADSL Interface Mode) ........................................................ 18-8
18.10 security mac-bind (VDSL Interface Mode) ...................................................... 18-9
18.11 security mac-filter.........................................................................................18-10
18.12 security mac-filter (ADSL Interface Mode) ..................................................... 18-11
18.13 security mac-filter (VDSL Interface Mode) .....................................................18-12
18.14 security max-mac-learn (ADSL Interface Mode).............................................18-12
18.15 security max-mac-learn (VDSL Interface Mode).............................................18-13
18.16 security max-mac-learn (GPON ONU Interface Mode) ...................................18-14
18.17 security max-mac-learn................................................................................18-15
18.18 security packet-limit (ADSL Interface Mode) ..................................................18-16
18.19 security packet-limit (GPON ONU Interface Mode).........................................18-17
18.20 security packet-limit .....................................................................................18-18
18.21 security port-protect .....................................................................................18-19
18.22 security storm-control...................................................................................18-20
18.23 security storm-control (ADSL Interface Mode)................................................18-21
18.24 security storm-control (GPON ONU Interface Mode) ......................................18-22
18.25 security user-communication control .............................................................18-23
18.26 security user-communication svlan ...............................................................18-24
18.27 security vlan-limit .........................................................................................18-24
18.28 show eth-switch...........................................................................................18-25
18.29 show eth-switch l2cp....................................................................................18-26
18.30 show eth-switch l2cp-default.........................................................................18-27
18.31 show security interface mac-bind ..................................................................18-27
18.32 show security interface mac-filter ..................................................................18-28
18.33 show security interface max-mac-learn .........................................................18-29
18.34 show security interface packet-limit...............................................................18-29
18.35 show security interface storm-control ............................................................18-30
18.36 show security ipv6-filter................................................................................18-31
18.37 show security port-protect ............................................................................18-32
18.38 show security user-communication ...............................................................18-32
18.39 show security usercommunication-control .....................................................18-33
18.40 show security vlan-limit ................................................................................18-34
18.41 uplink-isolate ...............................................................................................18-34

Chapter 19 Port Performance Statistics Commands ............................ 19-1


19.1 clear counter pon-vport ................................................................................... 19-1

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19.2 clear statistics interface................................................................................... 19-2
19.3 clear vlan-statistics ......................................................................................... 19-3
19.4 item ............................................................................................................... 19-4
19.5 item (PROFILE_IF Configuration Mode)........................................................... 19-4
19.6 perf-brg-if profile............................................................................................. 19-5
19.7 perf-clear-current vport ................................................................................... 19-6
19.8 perf-clear-current............................................................................................ 19-7
19.9 perf-eth-if profile ............................................................................................. 19-7
19.10 perf-profile eth-if ........................................................................................... 19-8
19.11 perf-profile.................................................................................................... 19-9
19.12 performance disable ....................................................................................19-10
19.13 performance enable.....................................................................................19-10
19.14 performance vport ....................................................................................... 19-11
19.15 show perf-brg-if ...........................................................................................19-12
19.16 show perf-eth-if ...........................................................................................19-12
19.17 show performance dsl-pvc............................................................................19-13
19.18 show performance eth-if...............................................................................19-14
19.19 show statistics interface port-vlan .................................................................19-15
19.20 show statistics multicast-group .....................................................................19-16
19.21 show statistics portnumber info.....................................................................19-17
19.22 show statistics vlan ......................................................................................19-18
19.23 statistics......................................................................................................19-19
19.24 statistics multicast-group ..............................................................................19-19
19.25 statistics vlan...............................................................................................19-20

Chapter 20 IPv4 Basic Protocol Commands.......................................... 20-1


20.1 arp cos .......................................................................................................... 20-3
20.2 arp protect ..................................................................................................... 20-3
20.3 arp timeout..................................................................................................... 20-4
20.4 arp to-static .................................................................................................... 20-5
20.5 arp to-static (VLAN Interface Configuration Mode) ............................................ 20-6
20.6 clear arp-cache .............................................................................................. 20-7
20.7 clear ip traffic.................................................................................................. 20-8
20.8 clear tcp connect ............................................................................................ 20-8
20.9 clear tcp line................................................................................................... 20-9
20.10 clear tcp statistics ........................................................................................20-10
20.11 clear tcp tcb.................................................................................................20-10
20.12 clear tcp tty ................................................................................................. 20-11

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20.13 clear tcp vty.................................................................................................20-12
20.14 ip address ...................................................................................................20-13
20.15 ip arp inspection ..........................................................................................20-14
20.16 ip arp inspection trust...................................................................................20-15
20.17 ip mtu .........................................................................................................20-15
20.18 ip proxy-arp.................................................................................................20-16
20.19 ip redirect....................................................................................................20-17
20.20 ip route .......................................................................................................20-18
20.21 ip source-destination-ip-check ......................................................................20-20
20.22 ip source-route ............................................................................................20-20
20.23 ip tcp finwait-time.........................................................................................20-21
20.24 ip tcp queuemax ..........................................................................................20-22
20.25 ip tcp synflood-protect defence .....................................................................20-23
20.26 ip tcp synflood-protect disable ......................................................................20-24
20.27 ip tcp synflood-protect enable .......................................................................20-25
20.28 ip tcp synflood-protect maxconnect ...............................................................20-25
20.29 ip tcp synflood-protect oneminute .................................................................20-26
20.30 ip tcp synwait-time .......................................................................................20-27
20.31 ip tcp window-size .......................................................................................20-28
20.32 ip telnet-server ............................................................................................20-29
20.33 ip unreachable.............................................................................................20-30
20.34 ip vrf ...........................................................................................................20-30
20.35 ip vrf forwarding...........................................................................................20-31
20.36 ipv6 nd stale-time ........................................................................................20-32
20.37 ipv6 route....................................................................................................20-33
20.38 ipv6 route-static fast-reroute .........................................................................20-34
20.39 set arp ........................................................................................................20-35
20.40 show arp .....................................................................................................20-36
20.41 show ip arp inspection vlan ..........................................................................20-37
20.42 show ip backup route ...................................................................................20-38
20.43 show ip backup route vrf ..............................................................................20-39
20.44 show ip header logging ................................................................................20-40
20.45 show ip interface .........................................................................................20-41
20.46 show ip interface brief ..................................................................................20-42
20.47 show ip protocol routing ...............................................................................20-43
20.48 show ip protocol routing summary.................................................................20-44
20.49 show ip protocol routing vrf...........................................................................20-45

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20.50 show ip protocol routing vrf-summary............................................................20-46
20.51 show ip route...............................................................................................20-46
20.52 show ip route mng .......................................................................................20-47
20.53 show ip route vpn ........................................................................................20-48
20.54 show ip route vrf ..........................................................................................20-49
20.55 show ip route vrf-summary ...........................................................................20-50
20.56 show ip security-audit ..................................................................................20-50
20.57 show ip traffic ..............................................................................................20-51
20.58 show ip vrf ..................................................................................................20-53
20.59 show ip vrf detail..........................................................................................20-54
20.60 show ip vrf interfaces ...................................................................................20-55
20.61 show ip vrf summary ....................................................................................20-56
20.62 show ntp config ...........................................................................................20-56
20.63 show supervlan ...........................................................................................20-57
20.64 show tcp .....................................................................................................20-58
20.65 show tcp brief ..............................................................................................20-60
20.66 show tcp configuration .................................................................................20-61
20.67 show tcp line ...............................................................................................20-61
20.68 show tcp statistics........................................................................................20-63
20.69 show tcp tcb ................................................................................................20-64
20.70 show tcp tty.................................................................................................20-65
20.71 show tcp vty ................................................................................................20-66
20.72 shutdown ....................................................................................................20-68
20.73 supervlan ....................................................................................................20-69
20.74 trace ...........................................................................................................20-69
20.75 vlan ............................................................................................................20-70

Chapter 21 RIP Commands ..................................................................... 21-1


21.1 address-family ipv4......................................................................................... 21-2
21.2 auto-summary ................................................................................................ 21-3
21.3 debug ip rip .................................................................................................... 21-4
21.4 debug ip rip all................................................................................................ 21-4
21.5 debug ip rip database ..................................................................................... 21-5
21.6 debug ip rip events ......................................................................................... 21-6
21.7 debug ip rip trigger ......................................................................................... 21-7
21.8 default-metric ................................................................................................. 21-7
21.9 disable interface ............................................................................................. 21-8
21.10 distance ....................................................................................................... 21-9

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21.11 enable interface ...........................................................................................21-10
21.12 flash-update-threshold ................................................................................. 21-11
21.13 ip poison-reverse ......................................................................................... 21-11
21.14 ip rip authentication key ...............................................................................21-12
21.15 ip rip authentication key-chain ......................................................................21-13
21.16 ip rip authentication mode ............................................................................21-14
21.17 ip rip interface .............................................................................................21-15
21.18 ip rip neighbor-restrict ..................................................................................21-16
21.19 ip rip notify default route ...............................................................................21-17
21.20 ip rip only-send-subnet.................................................................................21-18
21.21 ip rip originate default route ..........................................................................21-19
21.22 ip rip receive version ....................................................................................21-20
21.23 ip rip send version .......................................................................................21-21
21.24 ip split-horizon .............................................................................................21-22
21.25 ipv6 router rip ..............................................................................................21-23
21.26 maximum-paths...........................................................................................21-24
21.27 neighbor .....................................................................................................21-25
21.28 network.......................................................................................................21-26
21.29 offset-list .....................................................................................................21-27
21.30 output-delay ................................................................................................21-28
21.31 redistribute ..................................................................................................21-29
21.32 router rip .....................................................................................................21-30
21.33 show ip rip ..................................................................................................21-31
21.34 show ip rip database ....................................................................................21-32
21.35 show ip rip database vrf ...............................................................................21-33
21.36 show ip rip interface.....................................................................................21-33
21.37 show ip rip neighbors ...................................................................................21-34
21.38 show ip rip neighbors vrf ..............................................................................21-35
21.39 show ip rip networks ....................................................................................21-36
21.40 show ip rip networks vrf................................................................................21-36
21.41 timers basic.................................................................................................21-37
21.42 validate-update-source.................................................................................21-39
21.43 version........................................................................................................21-39

Chapter 22 OSPF Protocol Commands .................................................. 22-1


22.1 area............................................................................................................... 22-3
22.2 area authentication ......................................................................................... 22-3
22.3 area filter-list .................................................................................................. 22-5

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22.4 area nssa....................................................................................................... 22-6
22.5 area range ..................................................................................................... 22-7
22.6 area sham-link ............................................................................................... 22-8
22.7 area stub ......................................................................................................22-10
22.8 area stub-host ............................................................................................... 22-11
22.9 area virtual-link..............................................................................................22-12
22.10 auto-cost.....................................................................................................22-15
22.11 bfd-all-interface............................................................................................22-16
22.12 capability opaque ........................................................................................22-16
22.13 capability vrf-lite...........................................................................................22-17
22.14 clear ip ospf process ....................................................................................22-18
22.15 clear ip ospf redistribution ............................................................................22-19
22.16 compatible rfc1583 ......................................................................................22-20
22.17 debug .........................................................................................................22-20
22.18 default-metric ..............................................................................................22-21
22.19 disable area ................................................................................................22-22
22.20 disable interface ..........................................................................................22-23
22.21 disable ip ospf .............................................................................................22-24
22.22 distance ospf...............................................................................................22-24
22.23 distribute-list................................................................................................22-25
22.24 domain-id....................................................................................................22-27
22.25 domain-tag..................................................................................................22-28
22.26 enable area.................................................................................................22-29
22.27 enable interface...........................................................................................22-30
22.28 enable ip ospf..............................................................................................22-30
22.29 fast-reroute .................................................................................................22-31
22.30 filter ............................................................................................................22-32
22.31 grace-period................................................................................................22-33
22.32 ip ospf authentication ...................................................................................22-34
22.33 ip ospf authentication-key.............................................................................22-35
22.34 ip ospf bfd ...................................................................................................22-36
22.35 ip ospf cost..................................................................................................22-37
22.36 ip ospf dead-interval ....................................................................................22-38
22.37 ip ospf fast-reroute.......................................................................................22-39
22.38 ip ospf hello-interval.....................................................................................22-40
22.39 ip ospf message-digest-key ..........................................................................22-41
22.40 ip ospf mtu-ignore........................................................................................22-42

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22.41 ip ospf network ............................................................................................22-43
22.42 ip ospf packet-statistic..................................................................................22-44
22.43 ip ospf priority..............................................................................................22-44
22.44 ip ospf retransmit-interval .............................................................................22-45
22.45 ip ospf transmit-delay...................................................................................22-46
22.46 ipv6 router ospf ...........................................................................................22-47
22.47 max-metric ..................................................................................................22-48
22.48 maximum-paths...........................................................................................22-49
22.49 mpls traffic-eng area ....................................................................................22-50
22.50 mpls traffic-eng router-id ..............................................................................22-50
22.51 neighbor .....................................................................................................22-51
22.52 network.......................................................................................................22-53
22.53 notify default route .......................................................................................22-54
22.54 nsf ..............................................................................................................22-56
22.55 passive-interface .........................................................................................22-56
22.56 redistribute ..................................................................................................22-58
22.57 router ospf ..................................................................................................22-59
22.58 router-id ......................................................................................................22-60
22.59 sequence-backup ........................................................................................22-61
22.60 show ip ospf ................................................................................................22-62
22.61 show ip ospf border-routers ..........................................................................22-64
22.62 show ip ospf border-lfas ...............................................................................22-64
22.63 show ip ospf database .................................................................................22-65
22.64 show ip ospf database asbr-summary ...........................................................22-67
22.65 show ip ospf database database-summary....................................................22-68
22.66 show ip ospf database external ....................................................................22-70
22.67 show ip ospf database network.....................................................................22-71
22.68 show ip ospf database nssa .........................................................................22-72
22.69 show ip ospf database opaque-area .............................................................22-74
22.70 show ip ospf database opaque-link ...............................................................22-76
22.71 show ip ospf database router........................................................................22-78
22.72 show ip ospf database summary...................................................................22-79
22.73 show ip ospf interface ..................................................................................22-81
22.74 show ip ospf mpls ........................................................................................22-82
22.75 show ip ospf neighbor ..................................................................................22-82
22.76 show ip ospf nsf...........................................................................................22-83
22.77 show ip ospf request-list...............................................................................22-85

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22.78 show ip ospf retransmission-list ....................................................................22-86
22.79 summary-address........................................................................................22-87
22.80 timers fast-reroute .......................................................................................22-88
22.81 timers lsa-group-pacing................................................................................22-89
22.82 timers spf ....................................................................................................22-90
22.83 timers throttle spf .........................................................................................22-91

Chapter 23 BGP Commands.................................................................... 23-1


23.1 address-family ipv4......................................................................................... 23-3
23.2 address-family ipv4 multicast .......................................................................... 23-4
23.3 address-family ipv6......................................................................................... 23-5
23.4 address-family vpnv4...................................................................................... 23-6
23.5 aggregate-address ......................................................................................... 23-6
23.6 aggregate-address (VPF-BGP Configuration Mode).......................................... 23-8
23.7 bgp advertisement-time .................................................................................23-10
23.8 bgp always-compare-med .............................................................................. 23-11
23.9 bgp as ..........................................................................................................23-12
23.10 bgp client-to-client reflection .........................................................................23-13
23.11 bgp cluster-id...............................................................................................23-13
23.12 bgp confederation identifier ..........................................................................23-14
23.13 bgp confederation peers ..............................................................................23-15
23.14 bgp dampening ...........................................................................................23-16
23.15 bgp default ipv4-unicast ...............................................................................23-17
23.16 bgp default local-preference .........................................................................23-18
23.17 bgp default route-target filter.........................................................................23-19
23.18 bgp ext-community-type-compatible..............................................................23-20
23.19 bgp fast-external-fallover..............................................................................23-21
23.20 bgp frr.........................................................................................................23-22
23.21 bgp graceful-restart......................................................................................23-22
23.22 bgp graceful-restart restart-time....................................................................23-23
23.23 bgp graceful-restart stalepath-time................................................................23-24
23.24 bgp rapid-convergence ................................................................................23-25
23.25 bgp router-id................................................................................................23-26
23.26 bgp update-delay.........................................................................................23-26
23.27 clear bgp vpnv4 unicast ...............................................................................23-27
23.28 clear bgp vpnv4 unicast dampening ..............................................................23-28
23.29 clear bgp vpnv4 unicast flap-statistics ...........................................................23-29
23.30 clear bgp vpnv4 unicast vrf...........................................................................23-30

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23.31 clear ip bgp .................................................................................................23-32
23.32 clear ip bgp dampening................................................................................23-33
23.33 clear ip bgp flap-statistics .............................................................................23-33
23.34 clear ip bgp vrf.............................................................................................23-34
23.35 debug ip bgp ...............................................................................................23-35
23.36 debug ip bgp all ...........................................................................................23-36
23.37 debug ip bgp dampening..............................................................................23-37
23.38 debug ip bgp events ....................................................................................23-37
23.39 debug ip bgp in............................................................................................23-38
23.40 debug ip bgp keepalives ..............................................................................23-39
23.41 debug ip bgp out..........................................................................................23-40
23.42 default-information originate .........................................................................23-40
23.43 default-metric ..............................................................................................23-41
23.44 disable ip bgp ..............................................................................................23-42
23.45 distance bgp................................................................................................23-43
23.46 enable ip bgp ..............................................................................................23-44
23.47 ip as-path access-list ...................................................................................23-45
23.48 ip community-list..........................................................................................23-46
23.49 ip prefix-list..................................................................................................23-47
23.50 maximum-paths...........................................................................................23-49
23.51 maximum-paths ibgp ...................................................................................23-50
23.52 neighbor .....................................................................................................23-51
23.53 neighbor activate .........................................................................................23-52
23.54 neighbor advertisement-interval....................................................................23-53
23.55 neighbor allowas-in......................................................................................23-54
23.56 neighbor default-originate.............................................................................23-56
23.57 neighbor description ....................................................................................23-57
23.58 neighbor ebgp-multihop ...............................................................................23-58
23.59 neighbor fall-over bfd ...................................................................................23-59
23.60 neighbor maximum-prefix.............................................................................23-59
23.61 neighbor next-hop-self .................................................................................23-61
23.62 neighbor originate-interval ............................................................................23-62
23.63 neighbor passive .........................................................................................23-63
23.64 neighbor password ......................................................................................23-64
23.65 neighbor peer-group ....................................................................................23-65
23.66 neighbor prefix-list .......................................................................................23-66
23.67 neighbor remove-private-as..........................................................................23-67

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23.68 neighbor route-map .....................................................................................23-68
23.69 neighbor route-reflector-client .......................................................................23-70
23.70 neighbor send-community ............................................................................23-71
23.71 neighbor send-med......................................................................................23-72
23.72 neighbor shut-down .....................................................................................23-73
23.73 neighbor soft-reconfiguration ........................................................................23-74
23.74 neighbor timers ...........................................................................................23-75
23.75 neighbor update-source ...............................................................................23-76
23.76 network.......................................................................................................23-77
23.77 redistribute ..................................................................................................23-78
23.78 router bgp ...................................................................................................23-79
23.79 show bgp all neighbor ..................................................................................23-80
23.80 show bgp all protocol ...................................................................................23-82
23.81 show bgp all summary .................................................................................23-83
23.82 show bgp ipv4 multicast ...............................................................................23-84
23.83 show bgp ipv4 multicast detail ......................................................................23-85
23.84 show bgp ipv4 multicast neighbor .................................................................23-86
23.85 show bgp ipv4 multicast neighbor in..............................................................23-88
23.86 show bgp ipv4 multicast neighbor out............................................................23-88
23.87 show bgp ipv4 multicast summary ................................................................23-89
23.88 show bgp ipv4 unicast..................................................................................23-90
23.89 show bgp ipv4 unicast community-list ...........................................................23-92
23.90 show bgp ipv4 unicast dampening dampened-paths ......................................23-93
23.91 show bgp ipv4 unicast dampening flap-statistics ............................................23-94
23.92 show bgp ipv4 unicast neighbor....................................................................23-94
23.93 show bgp ipv4 unicast neighbor in ................................................................23-96
23.94 show bgp ipv4 unicast neighbor out ..............................................................23-97
23.95 show bgp ipv4 unicast regexp.......................................................................23-98
23.96 show bgp ipv4 unicast summary ...................................................................23-99
23.97 show bgp vpnv4 unicast .............................................................................23-100
23.98 show bgp vpnv4 unicast dampening dampened-paths .................................23-101
23.99 show bgp vpnv4 unicast dampening flap-statistics .......................................23-101
23.100 show bgp vpnv4 unicast dampening parameters........................................23-102
23.101 show bgp vpnv4 unicast detail ..................................................................23-103
23.102 show bgp vpnv4 unicast labels .................................................................23-104
23.103 show bgp vpnv4 unicast neighbor .............................................................23-105
23.104 show bgp vpnv4 unicast neighbor in..........................................................23-105

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23.105 show bgp vpnv4 unicast neighbor out........................................................23-106
23.106 show bgp vpnv4 unicast summary ............................................................23-107
23.107 show bgp vpnv4 unicast vrf ......................................................................23-107
23.108 show bgp ipv6 unicast neighbor in ............................................................23-109
23.109 show ip as-path-access-list.......................................................................23-109
23.110 show ip bgp neighbor keepalive ................................................................ 23-110
23.111 show ip bgp neighbor vrf-in ....................................................................... 23-111
23.112 show ip bgp neighbor vrf-out..................................................................... 23-112
23.113 show ip bgp peer-group............................................................................ 23-112
23.114 show ip community-list ............................................................................. 23-113
23.115 show ip prefix-list ..................................................................................... 23-114
23.116 synchronization........................................................................................ 23-115
23.117 table-map ................................................................................................ 23-116
23.118 timers bgp ............................................................................................... 23-117

Chapter 24 System Log and Statistical Management Commands....... 24-1


24.1 clear dbglog ................................................................................................... 24-1
24.2 clear logging cmdlog....................................................................................... 24-2
24.3 clear logging snmplog ..................................................................................... 24-3
24.4 clear logging .................................................................................................. 24-4
24.5 dbglog ........................................................................................................... 24-5
24.6 logging igmplog .............................................................................................. 24-6
24.7 logging level................................................................................................... 24-6
24.8 show config-load-fail ....................................................................................... 24-7
24.9 show dbglog................................................................................................... 24-8
24.10 show logging alarmlog .................................................................................. 24-9
24.11 show logging cmdlog....................................................................................24-10
24.12 logging console ...........................................................................................24-12
24.13 show logging configuration ...........................................................................24-13
24.14 show logging snmplog .................................................................................24-13
24.15 show syslog configuration ............................................................................24-15
24.16 syslog facility...............................................................................................24-15
24.17 syslog severity.............................................................................................24-16
24.18 syslog-server host .......................................................................................24-17
24.19 syslog-server source....................................................................................24-19
24.20 write alarmlog..............................................................................................24-20
24.21 write cmdlog................................................................................................24-21
24.22 write dbglog ................................................................................................24-23

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24.23 write snmplog ..............................................................................................24-24

Chapter 25 AAA Commands.................................................................... 25-1


25.1 aaa accounting............................................................................................... 25-1
25.2 aaa authentication enable ............................................................................... 25-3
25.3 aaa authentication login .................................................................................. 25-4
25.4 aaa authorization............................................................................................ 25-5
25.5 aaa authorization config-commands ................................................................ 25-7
25.6 aaa group-server radius-account ..................................................................... 25-8
25.7 aaa group-server radius-authen....................................................................... 25-8
25.8 aaa group-server tacacs+ ............................................................................... 25-9
25.9 show aaa configuration ..................................................................................25-10
25.10 show user-authen-type................................................................................. 25-11
25.11 user-authentication-type ...............................................................................25-12
25.12 user-authorization-type ................................................................................25-13

Chapter 26 TACACS+ Commands .......................................................... 26-1


26.1 server ............................................................................................................ 26-1
26.2 show tacacs+ configuration ............................................................................. 26-2
26.3 tacacs disable ................................................................................................ 26-3
26.4 tacacs enable................................................................................................. 26-4
26.5 tacacs key-encrypt ......................................................................................... 26-5
26.6 tacacs-client................................................................................................... 26-6
26.7 tacacs-server host .......................................................................................... 26-7
26.8 tacacs-server key ........................................................................................... 26-8
26.9 tacacs-server packet....................................................................................... 26-9
26.10 tacacs-server timeout...................................................................................26-10

Chapter 27 RADIUS Commands.............................................................. 27-1


27.1 algorithm........................................................................................................ 27-1
27.2 algorithm (bras-authgroup mode)..................................................................... 27-2
27.3 alias .............................................................................................................. 27-3
27.4 alias (bras-authgroup mode) ........................................................................... 27-4
27.5 deadtime........................................................................................................ 27-5
27.6 deadtime (bras-authgroup mode)..................................................................... 27-6
27.7 ip mng ........................................................................................................... 27-7
27.8 ip vrf .............................................................................................................. 27-8
27.9 ip vrf (bras-authgroup mode) ........................................................................... 27-9
27.10 local-buffer ................................................................................................... 27-9
27.11 max-retries ..................................................................................................27-10

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27.12 max-retries (bras-authgroup mode)............................................................... 27-11
27.13 nas-ip-address ............................................................................................27-12
27.14 nas-ip-address (bras-authgroup Mode) .........................................................27-13
27.15 nas-ipv6-address .........................................................................................27-14
27.16 radius server-port-check ..............................................................................27-14
27.17 retry-timeout................................................................................................27-15
27.18 retry-timeout (bras-authgroup mode).............................................................27-16
27.19 server .........................................................................................................27-17
27.20 server (bras-authgroup mode) ......................................................................27-18
27.21 show configuration radius all ........................................................................27-19
27.22 show configuration radius server-port-check..................................................27-21
27.23 show radius-server accounting-group............................................................27-21
27.24 show radius-server all ..................................................................................27-22
27.25 show radius-server authentication-group .......................................................27-23
27.26 user-name-format ........................................................................................27-24
27.27 user-name-format (bras-authgroup mode) .....................................................27-25
27.28 vendor ........................................................................................................27-26
27.29 vendor (bras-authgroup mode) .....................................................................27-27

Chapter 28 SNMP Commands ................................................................. 28-1


28.1 show snmp .................................................................................................... 28-1
28.2 show snmp config........................................................................................... 28-2
28.3 show snmp engine-id...................................................................................... 28-4
28.4 show snmp group ........................................................................................... 28-4
28.5 show snmp user ............................................................................................. 28-5
28.6 snmp-server access-list .................................................................................. 28-6
28.7 snmp-server community.................................................................................. 28-7
28.8 snmp-server contact ....................................................................................... 28-8
28.9 snmp-server engine-id mode mac.................................................................... 28-9
28.10 snmp-server group ....................................................................................... 28-9
28.11 snmp-server host ......................................................................................... 28-11
28.12 snmp-server location ...................................................................................28-12
28.13 snmp-server packetsize ...............................................................................28-13
28.14 snmp-server trap-source ..............................................................................28-14
28.15 snmp-server user ........................................................................................28-14
28.16 snmp-server view ........................................................................................28-16

Chapter 29 IP Access Commands .......................................................... 29-1


29.1 DHCP Client Commands ................................................................................ 29-1

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29.1.1 ip dhcp client........................................................................................ 29-1
29.1.2 ip dhcp client class-id............................................................................ 29-2
29.1.3 ip dhcp client client-id ........................................................................... 29-3
29.1.4 ip dhcp client hostname ........................................................................ 29-3
29.1.5 ip dhcp client lease ............................................................................... 29-4
29.1.6 ip dhcp client request............................................................................ 29-5
29.1.7 release ................................................................................................ 29-6
29.1.8 renew .................................................................................................. 29-6
29.2 DHCP Policy Commands ................................................................................ 29-7
29.2.1 dhcp-pool............................................................................................. 29-7
29.2.2 ip dhcp policy ....................................................................................... 29-8
29.2.3 ip dhcp policy (VLAN interface mode) .................................................... 29-9
29.2.4 relay-agent..........................................................................................29-10
29.2.5 show ip dhcp policy ............................................................................. 29-11
29.2.6 vrf-instance ......................................................................................... 29-11
29.3 DHCP Pool Commands .................................................................................29-12
29.3.1 binding................................................................................................29-12
29.3.2 default-router ......................................................................................29-13
29.3.3 dns-server...........................................................................................29-14
29.3.4 ip dhcp pool ........................................................................................29-15
29.3.5 ip-pool ................................................................................................29-16
29.3.6 lease-time ...........................................................................................29-16
29.3.7 option .................................................................................................29-17
29.3.8 show ip dhcp pool................................................................................29-18
29.4 IP Pool Commands........................................................................................29-19
29.4.1 clear ip pool conflict-ip .........................................................................29-19
29.4.2 clear ip pool statistics...........................................................................29-20
29.4.3 conflict-time ........................................................................................29-20
29.4.4 exclude...............................................................................................29-21
29.4.5 ip local pool.........................................................................................29-22
29.4.6 ip pool ................................................................................................29-23
29.4.7 network...............................................................................................29-23
29.4.8 peer default ip pool ..............................................................................29-24
29.4.9 range..................................................................................................29-25
29.4.10 show ip local pool ..............................................................................29-26
29.4.11 show ip local pool conflict-ip ...............................................................29-26
29.4.12 show ip local pool exclude-ip ..............................................................29-27

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29.4.13 show ip local pool statistics ................................................................29-28
29.4.14 show ip local pool used-ip ..................................................................29-29
29.5 DHCP Relay/Proxy/Server Commands ...........................................................29-30
29.5.1 algorithm.............................................................................................29-30
29.5.2 bridge-dhcp-relay ................................................................................29-31
29.5.3 cable ip-bundle....................................................................................29-32
29.5.4 cable ip-bundle (VLAN interface configuration mode).............................29-33
29.5.5 deadtime.............................................................................................29-33
29.5.6 description ..........................................................................................29-34
29.5.7 ip dhcp enable.....................................................................................29-35
29.5.8 ip dhcp helper-address policy vclass-id .................................................29-36
29.5.9 ip dhcp logging on ...............................................................................29-36
29.5.10 ip dhcp mode ....................................................................................29-37
29.5.11 ip dhcp proxy client leasetime .............................................................29-38
29.5.12 ip dhcp relay agent ............................................................................29-39
29.5.13 ip dhcp relay agent vclass-id ..............................................................29-40
29.5.14 ip dhcp relay forward ip ......................................................................29-41
29.5.15 ip dhcp relay forward reply unrestricted ...............................................29-42
29.5.16 ip dhcp relay max-user.......................................................................29-43
29.5.17 ip dhcp relay pbit ...............................................................................29-43
29.5.18 ip dhcp relay security client server-id...................................................29-44
29.5.19 ip dhcp relay server group ..................................................................29-45
29.5.20 ip dhcp relay server group (VLAN interface mode) ...............................29-46
29.5.21 ip dhcp relay server policy group ........................................................29-47
29.5.22 ip dhcp relay sync enable...................................................................29-47
29.5.23 ip dhcp server max-user.....................................................................29-48
29.5.24 ip dhcp server relay destination udp port .............................................29-49
29.5.25 kick-off ip dhcp relay user...................................................................29-49
29.5.26 kick-off ip dhcp server user.................................................................29-50
29.5.27 max-retry ..........................................................................................29-51
29.5.28 server ...............................................................................................29-52
29.5.29 server-group......................................................................................29-53
29.5.30 show bridge-dhcp-relay......................................................................29-54
29.5.31 show ip dhcp configuration .................................................................29-54
29.5.32 show ip dhcp proxy client ...................................................................29-56
29.5.33 show ip dhcp relay security client........................................................29-56
29.5.34 show ip dhcp relay server group .........................................................29-57

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29.5.35 show ip dhcp relay server policy .........................................................29-58
29.5.36 show ip dhcp relay server state ..........................................................29-58
29.5.37 show ip dhcp relay user .....................................................................29-59
29.5.38 show ip dhcp server user ...................................................................29-60
29.5.39 vclass-id ...........................................................................................29-61
29.6 DHCPv6 Relay Commands ............................................................................29-62
29.6.1 algorithm.............................................................................................29-62
29.6.2 deadtime.............................................................................................29-63
29.6.3 default ................................................................................................29-64
29.6.4 description ..........................................................................................29-65
29.6.5 ipv6 dhcp ............................................................................................29-65
29.6.6 ipv6 dhcp mode...................................................................................29-66
29.6.7 ipv6 dhcp relay agent...........................................................................29-67
29.6.8 ipv6 dhcp relay destination...................................................................29-68
29.6.9 ipv6 dhcp relay forward........................................................................29-69
29.6.10 ipv6 dhcp relay policy.........................................................................29-69
29.6.11 ipv6 dhcp relay policy (VLAN interface mode) ......................................29-70
29.6.12 ipv6 dhcp relay relay-type ldra enable .................................................29-71
29.6.13 ipv6 dhcp relay server........................................................................29-72
29.6.14 max-retry ..........................................................................................29-73
29.6.15 prior..................................................................................................29-73
29.6.16 server ...............................................................................................29-74
29.6.17 show ipv6 dhcp configure...................................................................29-75
29.6.18 show ipv6 dhcp interface....................................................................29-76
29.6.19 show ipv6 dhcp relay policy ................................................................29-77
29.6.20 show ipv6 dhcp relay server ...............................................................29-77
29.6.21 show ipv6 dhcp relay user ..................................................................29-78
29.6.22 vlan ..................................................................................................29-79
29.7 DHCP Snooping Commands ..........................................................................29-80
29.7.1 ip dhcp database write .........................................................................29-80
29.7.2 ip dhcp snooping .................................................................................29-81
29.7.3 ip dhcp snooping (VLAN configuration sub-mode) .................................29-82
29.7.4 ip dhcp snooping (interface mode) ........................................................29-82
29.7.5 ip dhcp snooping clear slot...................................................................29-83
29.7.6 ip dhcp snooping control-port ...............................................................29-84
29.7.7 ip dhcp snooping enable ......................................................................29-85
29.7.8 ip dhcp snooping mac-anti-spoofing......................................................29-85

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29.7.9 ip dhcp snooping quota........................................................................29-86
29.7.10 ip dhcp snooping quota (DSL interface mode) .....................................29-87
29.7.11 ip dhcp snooping statistics clear dsl ....................................................29-88
29.7.12 ip dhcp snooping statistics clear p2p ...................................................29-88
29.7.13 ip dhcp snooping statistics clear pon ...................................................29-89
29.7.14 show ip dhcp snooping dynamic database...........................................29-90
29.7.15 show ip dhcp snooping dynamic port dsl .............................................29-90
29.7.16 show ip dhcp snooping dynamic port p2p ............................................29-91
29.7.17 show ip dhcp snooping dynamic port pon ............................................29-92
29.7.18 show ip dhcp snooping dynamic port statistics dsl................................29-93
29.7.19 show ip dhcp snooping dynamic port statistics p2p ..............................29-94
29.7.20 show ip dhcp snooping dynamic port statistics pon ..............................29-94
29.7.21 show ip dhcp snooping global.............................................................29-95
29.7.22 show ip dhcp snooping mac-anti-spoofing vlan ....................................29-96
29.7.23 show ip dhcp snooping port quota dsl .................................................29-97
29.7.24 show ip dhcp snooping port quota p2p ................................................29-97
29.7.25 show ip dhcp snooping port quota pon ................................................29-98
29.7.26 show ip dhcp snooping vlan ...............................................................29-99
29.8 DHCPv6 Snooping Commands ....................................................................29-100
29.8.1 ipv6 dhcp database write ...................................................................29-100
29.8.2 ipv6 dhcp snooping (configuration VLAN sub-mode) ............................29-101
29.8.3 ipv6 dhcp snooping............................................................................29-101
29.8.4 ipv6 dhcp snooping clear slot .............................................................29-102
29.8.5 ipv6 dhcp snooping quota ..................................................................29-103
29.8.6 ipv6 dhcp snooping statistics clear dsl.................................................29-104
29.8.7 ipv6 dhcp snooping statistics clear p2p ...............................................29-105
29.8.8 ipv6 dhcp snooping statistics clear pon ...............................................29-106
29.8.9 ipv6 dhcp snooping vlan.....................................................................29-107
29.8.10 show ipv6 dhcp snooping .................................................................29-108
29.8.11 show ipv6 dhcp snooping database...................................................29-108
29.8.12 show ipv6 dhcp snooping dynamic port dsl........................................29-109
29.8.13 show ipv6 dhcp snooping dynamic port p2p ...................................... 29-110
29.8.14 show ipv6 dhcp snooping dynamic port pon ...................................... 29-111
29.8.15 show ipv6 dhcp snooping port statistics dsl ....................................... 29-112
29.8.16 show ipv6 dhcp snooping port statistics p2p ...................................... 29-113
29.8.17 show ipv6 dhcp snooping port statistics pon ...................................... 29-114
29.8.18 show ipv6 dhcp snooping quota dsl................................................... 29-115

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29.8.19 show ipv6 dhcp snooping quota p2p ................................................. 29-116
29.8.20 show ipv6 dhcp snooping quota pon ................................................. 29-117
29.8.21 show ipv6 dhcp snooping vlan .......................................................... 29-118
29.9 ND Snooping Commands ............................................................................ 29-119
29.9.1 ipv6 nd snooping ............................................................................... 29-119
29.9.2 ipv6 nd snooping clear dsl..................................................................29-120
29.9.3 ipv6 nd snooping clear p2p ................................................................29-120
29.9.4 ipv6 nd snooping clear pon ................................................................29-121
29.9.5 ipv6 nd snooping clear slot.................................................................29-122
29.9.6 ipv6 nd snooping statistics clear dsl ....................................................29-123
29.9.7 ipv6 nd snooping statistics clear p2p...................................................29-124
29.9.8 ipv6 nd snooping statistics clear pon...................................................29-125
29.9.9 ipv6 nd snooping vlan ........................................................................29-125
29.9.10 show ipv6 nd snooping.....................................................................29-126
29.9.11 show ipv6 nd snooping database ......................................................29-127
29.9.12 show ipv6 nd snooping port dsl.........................................................29-128
29.9.13 show ipv6 nd snooping port p2p .......................................................29-129
29.9.14 show ipv6 nd snooping port pon .......................................................29-130
29.9.15 show ipv6 nd snooping port statistics dsl ...........................................29-131
29.9.16 show ipv6 nd snooping port statistics p2p..........................................29-131
29.9.17 show ipv6 nd snooping port statistics pon..........................................29-132
29.9.18 show ipv6 nd snooping vlan .............................................................29-133
29.10 DHCP Test Commands ..............................................................................29-134
29.10.1 clear dhcp-test.................................................................................29-134
29.10.2 dhcp-test.........................................................................................29-135
29.10.3 show dhcp-test ................................................................................29-137
29.11 IP Source Guard Commands ......................................................................29-138
29.11.1 ip dhcp snooping binding (GPON ONU interface mode)......................29-138
29.11.2 ip dhcp snooping binding..................................................................29-139
29.11.3 ip dhcp snooping binding (DSL interface mode) .................................29-140
29.11.4 ip dhcp snooping clear (GPON ONU interface mode) .........................29-140
29.11.5 ip dhcp snooping clear .....................................................................29-141
29.11.6 ip dhcp snooping clear (DSL interface mode).....................................29-142
29.11.7 ip-source-guard ...............................................................................29-143
29.11.8 ip-source-guard (gon onu interface mode) .........................................29-143
29.11.9 ip-source-guard name1 pvc range1 (DSL interface mode) ..................29-144
29.11.10 ip-source-guard (p2p interface mode)..............................................29-145

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29.11.11 ip-source-guard bind-type ip+mac ...................................................29-146
29.11.12 ip-source-guard ip-spoofing-log clear...............................................29-146
29.11.13 ip-source-guard ip-spoofing-trap interval..........................................29-147
29.11.14 ip-source-guard port-auto-shutdown................................................29-148
29.11.15 ipv6 dhcp snooping binding ............................................................29-149
29.11.16 ipv6 dhcp snooping binding (DSL interface mode)............................29-149
29.11.17 ipv6 dhcp snooping clear ................................................................29-150
29.11.18 ipv6 dhcp snooping clear (DSL interface mode) ...............................29-151
29.11.19 show ip dhcp snooping static database............................................29-152
29.11.20 show ip-source-guard.....................................................................29-152
29.11.21 show ip-source-guard bind-type ......................................................29-153
29.11.22 show ip-source-guard ip-spoofing-log ..............................................29-154
29.11.23 show ip-source-guard port dsl .........................................................29-154
29.11.24 show ip-source-guard port p2p........................................................29-155
29.11.25 show ip-source-guard port pon........................................................29-156
29.11.26 show ip-source-guard port-auto-shutdown .......................................29-156
29.11.27 show ipv6 dhcp snooping static database ........................................29-157

Chapter 30 SSH Commands .................................................................... 30-1


30.1 show ssh ....................................................................................................... 30-1
30.2 ssh server authentication mode ....................................................................... 30-2
30.3 ssh server authentication type ......................................................................... 30-2
30.4 ssh server enable ........................................................................................... 30-3
30.5 ssh server generate-key.................................................................................. 30-4
30.6 ssh server only ............................................................................................... 30-4
30.7 ssh server version .......................................................................................... 30-5

Chapter 31 History Performance Statistics Commands ....................... 31-1


31.1 his-performance alarm .................................................................................... 31-1
31.2 his-performance auto-upload........................................................................... 31-2
31.3 his-performance sample.................................................................................. 31-2

Chapter 32 Control Panel Safety Commands ........................................ 32-1


32.1 anti-dos ......................................................................................................... 32-1
32.2 anti-dos blocking-time ..................................................................................... 32-2
32.3 anti-dos drop.................................................................................................. 32-3
32.4 anti-dos limit-num ........................................................................................... 32-4
32.5 clear cpu queue statistics ................................................................................ 32-5
32.6 clear packet-statistics ..................................................................................... 32-5
32.7 control-panel .................................................................................................. 32-6

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32.8 cpu ................................................................................................................ 32-7
32.9 packet-limit .................................................................................................... 32-8
32.10 show control-panel anti-dos black-table.........................................................32-10
32.11 show control-panel anti-dos black-table slot................................................... 32-11
32.12 show control-panel configure........................................................................32-12
32.13 show control-panel cpu queue ......................................................................32-13
32.14 show control-panel cpu queue statistics ........................................................32-14
32.15 show control-panel packet-limit statistics inband ............................................32-15
32.16 show control-panel packet-limit statistics outband ..........................................32-16
32.17 show control-panel packet-limit statistics slot .................................................32-17

Chapter 33 NTP Configuration Commands............................................ 33-1


33.1 ntp alarm-threshold......................................................................................... 33-1
33.2 ntp authenticate.............................................................................................. 33-2
33.3 ntp authentication-key..................................................................................... 33-3
33.4 ntp broadcast-client ........................................................................................ 33-3
33.5 ntp enable...................................................................................................... 33-4
33.6 ntp master...................................................................................................... 33-5
33.7 ntp multicast-client.......................................................................................... 33-6
33.8 ntp poll-interval............................................................................................... 33-7
33.9 ntp server ...................................................................................................... 33-8
33.10 ntp source .................................................................................................... 33-9
33.11 ntp trusted-key.............................................................................................. 33-9
33.12 show ntp status ...........................................................................................33-10

Chapter 34 QoS Commands .................................................................... 34-1


34.1 Global Commands.......................................................................................... 34-1
34.1.1 qos cos-to-cos-profile ........................................................................... 34-1
34.1.2 qos cos-to-tc-profile .............................................................................. 34-2
34.1.3 qos dscp-to-cos-profile.......................................................................... 34-3
34.1.4 qos dscp-to-drop-profile ........................................................................ 34-4
34.1.5 qos dscp-to-dscp-profile........................................................................ 34-5
34.1.6 qos eth-cos-local-map .......................................................................... 34-6
34.1.7 qos pon-scb-cos-local-map ................................................................... 34-8
34.1.8 qos queue-block-profile......................................................................... 34-9
34.1.9 qos queue-map-profile ......................................................................... 34-11
34.1.10 qos queue-shape-profile ....................................................................34-13
34.1.11 qos queue-wred-profile.......................................................................34-14
34.1.12 qos tc-queue-map..............................................................................34-15

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34.1.13 qos tc-to-cos-profile ...........................................................................34-17
34.1.14 qos trtcm...........................................................................................34-18
34.2 Ethernet Port Commands...............................................................................34-19
34.2.1 qos cos default-cos..............................................................................34-19
34.2.2 qos cos dscp-remark ...........................................................................34-19
34.2.3 qos drop-procedence...........................................................................34-20
34.2.4 qos dscp dscp-remark .........................................................................34-21
34.2.5 qos queue-block-profile........................................................................34-22
34.2.6 qos queue-wred-profile ........................................................................34-23
34.2.7 qos traffic-shape..................................................................................34-24
34.2.8 qos trust .............................................................................................34-25
34.3 PON Port Commands ....................................................................................34-25
34.3.1 qos cos cos-remark .............................................................................34-25
34.3.2 qos cos default-cos..............................................................................34-26
34.3.3 qos cos dscp-remark ...........................................................................34-27
34.3.4 qos cos-filter .......................................................................................34-28
34.3.5 qos egress-cos cos-remark ..................................................................34-29
34.3.6 qos egress-cos default-cos ..................................................................34-30
34.3.7 qos egress-cos dscp-remark ................................................................34-31
34.3.8 qos inner-cos cos-remark.....................................................................34-32
34.3.9 qos queue-block-profile........................................................................34-33
34.3.10 qos queue-block-profile (gpon onu interface mode)..............................34-34
34.3.11 qos queue-map-profile .......................................................................34-35
34.3.12 qos queue-map-profile (gpon onu interface mode) ...............................34-36
34.3.13 qos special-mode ..............................................................................34-36
34.3.14 qos trust............................................................................................34-37
34.4 XDSL Port Commands...................................................................................34-38
34.4.1 qos cos cos-remark .............................................................................34-38
34.4.2 qos cos default-cos..............................................................................34-39
34.4.3 qos cos dscp-remark ...........................................................................34-40
34.4.4 qos cos-filter .......................................................................................34-41
34.4.5 qos inner-cos cos-remark.....................................................................34-42
34.4.6 qos inner-cos default-cos .....................................................................34-43
34.4.7 qos inner-cos dscp-remark...................................................................34-44
34.4.8 qos queue-block-profile........................................................................34-45
34.4.9 qos queue-map-profile .........................................................................34-46
34.4.10 qos trust............................................................................................34-47

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34.5 Show Commands ..........................................................................................34-48
34.5.1 show qos cos-to-cos-profile..................................................................34-48
34.5.2 show qos cos-to-tc-profile ....................................................................34-49
34.5.3 show qos dscp-to-cos-profile ................................................................34-50
34.5.4 show qos dscp-to-drop-profile ..............................................................34-51
34.5.5 show qos dscp-to-dscp-profile ..............................................................34-52
34.5.6 show qos eth-cos-local-map.................................................................34-53
34.5.7 show qos interface ..............................................................................34-54
34.5.8 show qos queue-block-profile ...............................................................34-55
34.5.9 show qos queue-map-profile ................................................................34-56
34.5.10 show qos queue-shape-profile............................................................34-57
34.5.11 show qos queue-wred-profile ..............................................................34-58
34.5.12 show qos tc-queue-map .....................................................................34-59
34.5.13 show qos tc-to-cos-profile ..................................................................34-60
34.5.14 show qos trtcm ..................................................................................34-61

Chapter 35 Traffic Profile Commands .................................................... 35-1


35.1 Global Commands.......................................................................................... 35-1
35.1.1 traffic-profile ......................................................................................... 35-1
35.2 User Port Commands ..................................................................................... 35-2
35.2.1 traffic-profile ......................................................................................... 35-2
35.2.2 traffic-profile (ASDL Interface Mode) ...................................................... 35-3
35.2.3 traffic-profile (GPON OLT Interface Mode).............................................. 35-4
35.2.4 traffic-profile (GPON ONU Interface Mode)............................................. 35-5
35.3 Show Commands ........................................................................................... 35-5
35.3.1 show traffic-cir ...................................................................................... 35-5
35.3.2 show traffic-profile ................................................................................ 35-6

Chapter 36 IS-IS Commands ................................................................... 36-1


36.1 address-family ipv6......................................................................................... 36-2
36.2 area............................................................................................................... 36-3
36.3 authentication................................................................................................. 36-4
36.4 authentication-type ......................................................................................... 36-5
36.5 default-information originate ............................................................................ 36-6
36.6 disable........................................................................................................... 36-8
36.7 disable-snp-authentication .............................................................................. 36-9
36.8 distance ......................................................................................................... 36-9
36.9 distance (IPV6_ISISADDRS Mode) ................................................................36-10
36.10 distribute-list................................................................................................ 36-11

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36.11 enable.........................................................................................................36-12
36.12 enable-snp-authentication ............................................................................36-12
36.13 fast-reroute alternate-type ............................................................................36-13
36.14 fast-reroute enable ......................................................................................36-14
36.15 hello padding...............................................................................................36-15
36.16 hostname....................................................................................................36-15
36.17 i-spf ............................................................................................................36-16
36.18 ignore-lsp-errors ..........................................................................................36-17
36.19 ip router isis ................................................................................................36-18
36.20 is-type.........................................................................................................36-18
36.21 isis authentication ........................................................................................36-19
36.22 isis authentication-type.................................................................................36-20
36.23 isis bfd-enable .............................................................................................36-21
36.24 isis circuit-type.............................................................................................36-22
36.25 isis csnp-interval..........................................................................................36-23
36.26 isis hello-interval..........................................................................................36-24
36.27 isis hello-multiplier .......................................................................................36-25
36.28 isis ignore-mtu.............................................................................................36-26
36.29 isis lsp-interval.............................................................................................36-27
36.30 isis max-burst ..............................................................................................36-28
36.31 isis mesh-group ...........................................................................................36-28
36.32 isis metric....................................................................................................36-29
36.33 isis network .................................................................................................36-30
36.34 isis priority...................................................................................................36-31
36.35 isis psnp-interval..........................................................................................36-32
36.36 isis restart t1-retry........................................................................................36-33
36.37 isis restart t1-timer .......................................................................................36-34
36.38 isis tag ........................................................................................................36-35
36.39 lsp-mtu .......................................................................................................36-36
36.40 lsp-refresh-time ...........................................................................................36-36
36.41 max-lsp-lifetime ...........................................................................................36-37
36.42 maximum-paths...........................................................................................36-38
36.43 metric-style .................................................................................................36-39
36.44 mpls traffic-eng............................................................................................36-40
36.45 mpls traffic-eng router-id ..............................................................................36-40
36.46 passive-interface .........................................................................................36-41
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36.48 redistribute (IPV6_ISISADDRS Mode) ..........................................................36-44
36.49 restart enable ..............................................................................................36-45
36.50 restart t2-timer.............................................................................................36-46
36.51 restart t3-timer.............................................................................................36-46
36.52 route-leak....................................................................................................36-47
36.53 router isis ....................................................................................................36-48
36.54 set-overload-bit ...........................................................................................36-49
36.55 set-overload-bit (IPV6_ISISADDRS Mode) ....................................................36-50
36.56 show isis adjacency .....................................................................................36-51
36.57 show isis adjacency up-time .........................................................................36-52
36.58 show isis circuits..........................................................................................36-53
36.59 show isis database ......................................................................................36-54
36.60 show isis database verbose .........................................................................36-57
36.61 show isis fast-reroute-topology .....................................................................36-57
36.62 show isis hostname .....................................................................................36-58
36.63 show isis mesh-groups.................................................................................36-59
36.64 show isis nsf................................................................................................36-60
36.65 show isis topology .......................................................................................36-61
36.66 spf-interval ..................................................................................................36-62
36.67 summary-address........................................................................................36-63
36.68 system-id ....................................................................................................36-65

Chapter 37 MSTP Commands ................................................................. 37-1


37.1 instance ......................................................................................................... 37-2
37.2 name ............................................................................................................. 37-3
37.3 revision.......................................................................................................... 37-3
37.4 show spanning-tree inconsistentports .............................................................. 37-4
37.5 show spanning-tree instance ........................................................................... 37-5
37.6 show spanning-tree interface .......................................................................... 37-6
37.7 show spanning-tree mst configuration .............................................................. 37-7
37.8 show spanning-tree statistics .......................................................................... 37-8
37.9 show spanning-tree transparent .....................................................................37-10
37.10 spanning-tree bpduguard action ...................................................................37-10
37.11 spanning-tree disable (Ethernet interface mode) ............................................ 37-11
37.12 spanning-tree disable...................................................................................37-12
37.13 spanning-tree edged-port (Ethernet interface mode) ......................................37-13
37.14 spanning-tree edged-port .............................................................................37-14
37.15 spanning-tree enable (Ethernet interface mode) ............................................37-14

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37.16 spanning-tree enable ...................................................................................37-15
37.17 spanning-tree forward-delay .........................................................................37-16
37.18 spanning-tree guard loop instance ................................................................37-17
37.19 spanning-tree guard root instance.................................................................37-17
37.20 spanning-tree hello-time...............................................................................37-18
37.21 spanning-tree linktype..................................................................................37-19
37.22 spanning-tree max-age ................................................................................37-20
37.23 spanning-tree mcheck..................................................................................37-21
37.24 spanning-tree mode.....................................................................................37-22
37.25 spanning-tree mst configuration....................................................................37-22
37.26 spanning-tree mst hmd5-digest ....................................................................37-23
37.27 spanning-tree mst hmd5-digest auto-update..................................................37-24
37.28 spanning-tree mst hmd5-key ........................................................................37-25
37.29 spanning-tree mst instance (Ethernet interface mode)....................................37-26
37.30 spanning-tree mst instance ..........................................................................37-27
37.31 spanning-tree mst max-hops ........................................................................37-28
37.32 spanning-tree packet-type ............................................................................37-29
37.33 spanning-tree transparent ............................................................................37-30

Chapter 38 LACP Commands.................................................................. 38-1


38.1 clear lacp ....................................................................................................... 38-1
38.2 lacp abnormal-report....................................................................................... 38-2
38.3 lacp load-balance ........................................................................................... 38-3
38.4 lacp port-priority ............................................................................................. 38-4
38.5 lacp protection................................................................................................ 38-5
38.6 lacp timeout ................................................................................................... 38-6
38.7 show lacp ...................................................................................................... 38-7
38.8 smartgroup .................................................................................................... 38-8
38.9 smartgroup load-balance ...............................................................................38-10
38.10 smartgroup mode ........................................................................................ 38-11
38.11 smartgroup sys-mac ....................................................................................38-12
38.12 smartgroup sys-priority.................................................................................38-13

Chapter 39 UAPS Commands ................................................................. 39-1


39.1 bfd................................................................................................................. 39-1
39.2 interval-link-detect .......................................................................................... 39-2
39.3 next-hop ........................................................................................................ 39-3
39.4 port................................................................................................................ 39-5
39.5 port-optical-tx-control ...................................................................................... 39-6

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39.6 protect-time.................................................................................................... 39-8
39.7 retry-link-detect .............................................................................................. 39-9
39.8 revertive .......................................................................................................39-10
39.9 show uaps ....................................................................................................39-12
39.10 swap...........................................................................................................39-14
39.11 switch-type ..................................................................................................39-16
39.12 uaps-group..................................................................................................39-18

Chapter 40 ERPS Commands.................................................................. 40-1


40.1 clear .............................................................................................................. 40-1
40.2 clear erps-stat ................................................................................................ 40-3
40.3 debug erps all ................................................................................................ 40-3
40.4 debug erps bytes............................................................................................ 40-4
40.5 debug erps error............................................................................................. 40-5
40.6 debug erps event............................................................................................ 40-6
40.7 debug erps packet .......................................................................................... 40-6
40.8 erps-instance ................................................................................................. 40-7
40.9 erps............................................................................................................... 40-8
40.10 forced-switch................................................................................................ 40-9
40.11 guard-timer..................................................................................................40-10
40.12 manual-switch ............................................................................................. 40-11
40.13 mode ..........................................................................................................40-13
40.14 monitor .......................................................................................................40-13
40.15 port0...........................................................................................................40-14
40.16 port1...........................................................................................................40-15
40.17 raps-channel ...............................................................................................40-16
40.18 ring-id .........................................................................................................40-17
40.19 show erps brief............................................................................................40-17
40.20 show erps instance ......................................................................................40-18
40.21 tcn-sending .................................................................................................40-19
40.22 traffic-channel..............................................................................................40-20
40.23 wtr-timer .....................................................................................................40-20

Chapter 41 BFD Commands .................................................................... 41-1


41.1 bfd................................................................................................................. 41-1
41.2 ip static-bfd .................................................................................................... 41-2
41.3 show bfd ipv4 neighbors brief .......................................................................... 41-3
41.4 show bfd ipv4 neighbors detail ........................................................................ 41-4

Chapter 42 ACL Commands .................................................................... 42-1

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42.1 ACL Basic Configuration ................................................................................. 42-1
42.1.1 acl extended ........................................................................................ 42-1
42.1.2 acl hybrid ............................................................................................. 42-2
42.1.3 acl link ................................................................................................. 42-3
42.1.4 acl standard ......................................................................................... 42-3
42.1.5 acl6 extended....................................................................................... 42-4
42.1.6 acl6 hybrid ........................................................................................... 42-5
42.1.7 name ................................................................................................... 42-6
42.1.8 rule...................................................................................................... 42-7
42.1.9 rule (acl-ext configuration mode) ........................................................... 42-8
42.1.10 rule (acl-link configuration mode) ........................................................ 42-11
42.1.11 rule (acl-hyb configuration mode) ........................................................42-12
42.1.12 rule (ipv6-acl-hyb configuration mode) ................................................42-15
42.1.13 time-range ........................................................................................42-18
42.2 ACL QoS ......................................................................................................42-20
42.2.1 clear traffic-statistics ............................................................................42-20
42.2.2 priority-mark........................................................................................42-21
42.2.3 redirect ...............................................................................................42-22
42.2.4 traffic-limit ...........................................................................................42-23
42.2.5 traffic-mirror ........................................................................................42-24
42.2.6 traffic-statistics ....................................................................................42-25
42.2.7 vlan-mark............................................................................................42-26
42.3 ACL Bind ......................................................................................................42-27
42.3.1 ip access-group...................................................................................42-27
42.3.2 ip access-group (Layer-2 fei Interface Mode).........................................42-28
42.3.3 ip access-group (EPON ONU/GPON ONU Interface Mode)....................42-29
42.4 ACL Show.....................................................................................................42-30
42.4.1 show access-list bound........................................................................42-30
42.4.2 show acl .............................................................................................42-31
42.4.3 show qos ............................................................................................42-32
42.4.4 show time-range..................................................................................42-33
42.4.5 show traffic-mirror................................................................................42-34
42.4.6 show traffic-statistics............................................................................42-34

Chapter 43 EFM Commands.................................................................... 43-1


43.1 EFM Global Commands.................................................................................. 43-1
43.1.1 set ethernet-oam disable....................................................................... 43-1
43.1.2 set ethernet-oam enable ....................................................................... 43-2

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43.1.3 set ethernet-oam remote-loopback time-out ........................................... 43-2
43.2 EFM Port Commands ..................................................................................... 43-3
43.2.1 set ethernet-oam disable....................................................................... 43-3
43.2.2 set ethernet-oam enable ....................................................................... 43-4
43.2.3 set ethernet-oam link-monitor disable .................................................... 43-4
43.2.4 set ethernet-oam link-monitor enable ..................................................... 43-5
43.2.5 set ethernet-oam link-monitor frame ...................................................... 43-5
43.2.6 set ethernet-oam link-monitor frame-period ............................................ 43-6
43.2.7 set ethernet-oam link-monitor frame-seconds ......................................... 43-7
43.2.8 set ethernet-oam link-monitor symbol-period .......................................... 43-8
43.2.9 set ethernet-oam period ........................................................................ 43-8
43.2.10 set ethernet-oam remote-loopback ...................................................... 43-9
43.3 EFM Show Commands ..................................................................................43-10
43.3.1 show ethernet-oam..............................................................................43-10
43.4 EFM Clear Commands .................................................................................. 43-11
43.4.1 clear ethernet-oam all .......................................................................... 43-11
43.4.2 clear ethernet-oam performance...........................................................43-12
43.4.3 clear ethernet-oam statistics.................................................................43-12
43.5 EFM Statistics Commands .............................................................................43-13
43.5.1 show performance ethernet-oam link-monitor ........................................43-13

Chapter 44 Diagnosis Commands .......................................................... 44-1


44.1 ATMPING ...................................................................................................... 44-1
44.1.1 atm oam .............................................................................................. 44-1
44.1.2 ping atm .............................................................................................. 44-2
44.1.3 show atm oam...................................................................................... 44-3
44.2 Loopback Detection........................................................................................ 44-4
44.2.1 loopback-detection ............................................................................... 44-4
44.2.2 loopback-detection active-detect ........................................................... 44-4
44.2.3 loopback-detection active-detect (PTP interface mode) ........................... 44-5
44.2.4 loopback-detection auto-recheck ........................................................... 44-6
44.2.5 loopback-detection disable.................................................................... 44-7
44.2.6 loopback-detection enable .................................................................... 44-8
44.2.7 loopback-detection manual-detect ......................................................... 44-8
44.2.8 loopback-detection port-control.............................................................. 44-9
44.2.9 show loopback-detection global............................................................44-10
44.2.10 show loopback-detection information .................................................. 44-11
44.2.11 show loopback-detection interface ......................................................44-12

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44.3 Port Mirroring ................................................................................................44-13
44.3.1 show monitor session ..........................................................................44-13
44.3.2 monitor session ...................................................................................44-14
44.4 CPU Packet Capture .....................................................................................44-16
44.4.1 show snatch-packet-switch ..................................................................44-16
44.4.2 snatch-cpu-packet ...............................................................................44-17
44.4.3 snatch-port-packet...............................................................................44-18
44.4.4 write snatch-packet..............................................................................44-19

Chapter 45 Port Identification Commands............................................. 45-1


45.1 Port Identification Commands.......................................................................... 45-1
45.1.1 port-identification .................................................................................. 45-1
45.1.2 port-identification access-loop-characteristics......................................... 45-2
45.1.3 port-identification access-node-id-type ................................................... 45-3
45.1.4 port-identification access-node-name..................................................... 45-4
45.1.5 port-identification access-node-slave-id ................................................. 45-4
45.1.6 port-identification add-Access-Loop-tag ................................................. 45-5
45.1.7 port-identification add-PPP-tag .............................................................. 45-6
45.1.8 port-identification format-profile ............................................................. 45-7
45.1.9 port-identification format........................................................................ 45-8
45.1.10 port-identification mode....................................................................... 45-9
45.1.11 port-identification operator-profile global ..............................................45-10
45.1.12 port-identification operator-profile vlan ................................................45-10
45.1.13 port-identification operator-profile........................................................ 45-11
45.1.14 port-identification operator-profile (PTP interface mode) .......................45-12
45.1.15 port-identification sub-option remote-id format .....................................45-13
45.1.16 port-identification sub-option remote-id name ......................................45-14
45.1.17 port-identification sub-option remote-id................................................45-14
45.1.18 show port-identification format-profile..................................................45-15
45.1.19 show port-identification global.............................................................45-16
45.1.20 show port-identification mode .............................................................45-17
45.1.21 show port-identification operator-profile global .....................................45-18
45.1.22 show port-identification operator-profile port ........................................45-18
45.1.23 show port-identification operator-profile vlan........................................45-19
45.1.24 show port-identification operator-profile...............................................45-20
45.1.25 show port-identification port................................................................45-21
45.1.26 show port-identification tag-config.......................................................45-21
45.2 DHCPv4-I2 Relay Agent Commands ..............................................................45-22

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45.2.1 dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent trust false...........................................................45-22
45.2.2 dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent trust true ............................................................45-23
45.2.3 dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent vlan ...................................................................45-24
45.2.4 dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent ..........................................................................45-25
45.2.5 dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent (PTP interface mode) .........................................45-26
45.2.6 show dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent global........................................................45-27
45.2.7 show dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent port...........................................................45-27
45.2.8 show dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent vlan all ......................................................45-28
45.3 PPPoE Intermediate Agent Commands ..........................................................45-29
45.3.1 pppoe-intermediate-agent trust false.....................................................45-29
45.3.2 pppoe-intermediate-agent trust true ......................................................45-30
45.3.3 pppoe-intermediate-agent vlan .............................................................45-31
45.3.4 pppoe-intermediate-agent ....................................................................45-32
45.3.5 pppoe-intermediate-agent (PTP interface mode) ...................................45-33
45.3.6 show pppoe-intermediate-agent global..................................................45-34
45.3.7 show pppoe-intermediate-agent port.....................................................45-34
45.3.8 show pppoe-intermediate-agent vlan all ................................................45-35
45.4 DHCPv6-I2 Relay Agent Commands ..............................................................45-36
45.4.1 dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent trust false...........................................................45-36
45.4.2 dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent trust true ............................................................45-37
45.4.3 dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent vlan ...................................................................45-38
45.4.4 dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent ..........................................................................45-39
45.4.5 dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent (PTP interface mode) .........................................45-40
45.4.6 dhcpv6-l2-relay-mode ..........................................................................45-40
45.4.7 dhcpv6-l2-relay-mode (ptp interface mode) ...........................................45-41
45.4.8 show dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent global........................................................45-42
45.4.9 show dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent port...........................................................45-43
45.4.10 show dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent vlan all ....................................................45-44
45.4.11 show dhcpv6-l2-relay-mode global ......................................................45-44
45.4.12 show dhcpv6-l2-relay-mode port.........................................................45-45
45.5 NDP LIO Commands .....................................................................................45-46
45.5.1 ndp-lio trust false .................................................................................45-46
45.5.2 ndp-lio trust true ..................................................................................45-47
45.5.3 ndp-lio vlan .........................................................................................45-48
45.5.4 ndp-lio ................................................................................................45-49
45.5.5 ndp-lio (GPON ONU interface mode) ....................................................45-50
45.5.6 show ndp-lio global..............................................................................45-50

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45.5.7 show ndp-lio port .................................................................................45-51
45.5.8 show ndp-lio vlan all ............................................................................45-52
45.6 Port Identification Format Profile Commands...................................................45-53
45.6.1 port-identification add delimiter .............................................................45-53
45.6.2 port-identification add string .................................................................45-53
45.6.3 port-identification add variable..............................................................45-54
45.6.4 port-identification delete .......................................................................45-57
45.7 Port Identification Operator Profile Commands ................................................45-58
45.7.1 dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent trust false...........................................................45-58
45.7.2 dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent trust true ............................................................45-59
45.7.3 dhcpv4-l2-relay-agent ..........................................................................45-60
45.7.4 dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent trust false...........................................................45-61
45.7.5 dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent trust true ............................................................45-62
45.7.6 dhcpv6-l2-relay-agent ..........................................................................45-63
45.7.7 ndp-lio trust false .................................................................................45-63
45.7.8 ndp-lio trust true ..................................................................................45-64
45.7.9 ndp-lio ................................................................................................45-65
45.7.10 port-identification add-Access-Loop-tag ..............................................45-66
45.7.11 port-identification add-PPP-tag ...........................................................45-67
45.7.12 port-identification format.....................................................................45-68
45.7.13 pppoe-intermediate-agent trust false ...................................................45-69
45.7.14 pppoe-intermediate-agent trust true ....................................................45-70
45.7.15 pppoe-intermediate-agent ..................................................................45-71

Chapter 46 MAC Management Commands ............................................ 46-1


46.1 mac add ........................................................................................................ 46-1
46.2 mac aging-time .............................................................................................. 46-3
46.3 mac delete ..................................................................................................... 46-3
46.4 mac delete all................................................................................................. 46-4
46.5 mac delete dynamic........................................................................................ 46-5
46.6 mac delete permanent .................................................................................... 46-6
46.7 mac delete vlan .............................................................................................. 46-6
46.8 mac monitor-period......................................................................................... 46-7
46.9 mac pool........................................................................................................ 46-8
46.10 mac usage-threshold .................................................................................... 46-9
46.11 show mac....................................................................................................46-10
46.12 show mac aging-time ................................................................................... 46-11
46.13 show mac monitor-info .................................................................................46-12

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46.14 show mac pool ............................................................................................46-13
46.15 show mac running .......................................................................................46-14
46.16 show mac system ........................................................................................46-14
46.17 show mac-real-time .....................................................................................46-15

Chapter 47 MAC Anti-Spoofing Commands .......................................... 47-1


47.1 clear security mac-move-log............................................................................ 47-1
47.2 security mac-anti-spoofing .............................................................................. 47-2
47.3 security mac-anti-spoofing uplink-protect ......................................................... 47-2
47.4 security mac-anti-spoofing user-move.............................................................. 47-3
47.5 security mac-move-report ............................................................................... 47-4
47.6 security mac-move-report interval.................................................................... 47-5
47.7 show security mac-anti-spoofing configuration.................................................. 47-6
47.8 show security mac-move-log ........................................................................... 47-7

Chapter 48 Multicast Commands............................................................ 48-1


48.1 Global IGMP Configuration Commands ........................................................... 48-1
48.1.1 igmp bandwidth-control......................................................................... 48-1
48.1.2 igmp dbglog ......................................................................................... 48-2
48.1.3 igmp enable ......................................................................................... 48-3
48.1.4 igmp general-leave ............................................................................... 48-4
48.1.5 igmp host-tracking ................................................................................ 48-4
48.1.6 igmp log............................................................................................... 48-5
48.1.7 igmp mux-error-info .............................................................................. 48-6
48.1.8 igmp prejoin-interval ............................................................................. 48-7
48.1.9 igmp querygemport-mode ..................................................................... 48-7
48.1.10 igmp span-vlan................................................................................... 48-8
48.1.11 igmp statistics..................................................................................... 48-9
48.2 IGMP MVLAN Configuration Commands.........................................................48-10
48.2.1 igmp mvlan .........................................................................................48-10
48.2.2 igmp mvlan enable .............................................................................. 48-11
48.2.3 igmp mvlan group................................................................................48-12
48.2.4 igmp mvlan group bandwidth................................................................48-12
48.2.5 igmp mvlan group prejoin .....................................................................48-13
48.2.6 igmp mvlan group static-port ................................................................48-14
48.2.7 igmp mvlan group-filter ........................................................................48-15
48.2.8 igmp mvlan host-ip ..............................................................................48-16
48.2.9 igmp mvlan host-version ......................................................................48-17
48.2.10 igmp mvlan last-query-count...............................................................48-18

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48.2.11 igmp mvlan last-query-interval ............................................................48-18
48.2.12 igmp mvlan priority ............................................................................48-19
48.2.13 igmp mvlan query-interval ..................................................................48-20
48.2.14 igmp mvlan query-max-resp ...............................................................48-21
48.2.15 igmp mvlan query-version ..................................................................48-21
48.2.16 igmp mvlan receive-port .....................................................................48-22
48.2.17 igmp mvlan robustness ......................................................................48-23
48.2.18 igmp mvlan router-ip ..........................................................................48-24
48.2.19 igmp mvlan snooping-aging-time ........................................................48-25
48.2.20 igmp mvlan source-filter-mode............................................................48-25
48.2.21 igmp mvlan source-port......................................................................48-26
48.2.22 igmp mvlan ssm-address-range..........................................................48-27
48.2.23 igmp mvlan startup-query-count..........................................................48-28
48.2.24 igmp mvlan startup-query-interval .......................................................48-29
48.2.25 igmp mvlan unsolicited-report-interval .................................................48-29
48.2.26 igmp mvlan version-mode ..................................................................48-30
48.2.27 igmp mvlan work-mode ......................................................................48-31
48.3 IGMP Interface Commands ............................................................................48-32
48.3.1 igmp bandwidth ..................................................................................48-32
48.3.2 igmp enable ........................................................................................48-33
48.3.3 igmp fast-leave ...................................................................................48-34
48.3.4 igmp max-groups ................................................................................48-35
48.3.5 igmp span-vlan....................................................................................48-36
48.3.6 igmp version .......................................................................................48-36
48.4 IGMP Show Commands.................................................................................48-37
48.4.1 show igmp ..........................................................................................48-37
48.4.2 show igmp dbglog-port.........................................................................48-39
48.4.3 show igmp dynamic-member................................................................48-39
48.4.4 show igmp forwarding-table..................................................................48-40
48.4.5 show igmp interface.............................................................................48-41
48.4.6 show igmp interface dynamic-group-list ................................................48-42
48.4.7 show igmp interface static-group-list .....................................................48-44
48.4.8 show igmp log .....................................................................................48-45
48.4.9 show igmp mp-forwarding-table............................................................48-46
48.4.10 show igmp mp-snooping ....................................................................48-47
48.4.11 show igmp mp-statistics .....................................................................48-48
48.4.12 show igmp mux-error-info...................................................................48-50

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48.4.13 show igmp mvlan...............................................................................48-50
48.4.14 show igmp mvlan group-bandwidth ....................................................48-53
48.4.15 show igmp mvlan group-filter .............................................................48-54
48.4.16 show igmp mvlan group-prejoin .........................................................48-55
48.4.17 show igmp np-statistics ......................................................................48-55
48.4.18 show igmp pon-statistics ....................................................................48-57
48.4.19 show igmp span-vlan config ...............................................................48-58
48.4.20 show igmp static-member ..................................................................48-59
48.4.21 show igmp statistics...........................................................................48-60
48.5 Global MLD Configuration Commands ............................................................48-61
48.5.1 mld bandwidth-control..........................................................................48-61
48.5.2 mld dbglog ..........................................................................................48-62
48.5.3 mld enable ..........................................................................................48-63
48.5.4 mld general-leave................................................................................48-64
48.5.5 mld host-tracking .................................................................................48-64
48.5.6 mld log................................................................................................48-65
48.5.7 mld mux-error-info ...............................................................................48-66
48.5.8 mld prejoin-interval ..............................................................................48-67
48.5.9 mld querygemport-mode ......................................................................48-67
48.5.10 mld span-vlan....................................................................................48-68
48.5.11 mld statistics......................................................................................48-69
48.6 MLD MVLAN Configuration Commands ..........................................................48-70
48.6.1 mld mvlan ...........................................................................................48-70
48.6.2 mld mvlan enable ................................................................................48-70
48.6.3 mld mvlan group..................................................................................48-71
48.6.4 mld mvlan group bandwidth..................................................................48-72
48.6.5 mld mvlan group prejoin.......................................................................48-73
48.6.6 mld mvlan group static-port ..................................................................48-74
48.6.7 mld mvlan group-filter ..........................................................................48-75
48.6.8 mld mvlan host-ip ................................................................................48-76
48.6.9 mld mvlan host-version ........................................................................48-76
48.6.10 mld mvlan last-query-count ................................................................48-77
48.6.11 mld mvlan last-query-interval ..............................................................48-78
48.6.12 mld mvlan priority ..............................................................................48-79
48.6.13 mld mvlan query-interval ....................................................................48-80
48.6.14 mld mvlan query-max-resp .................................................................48-80
48.6.15 mld mvlan query-version ....................................................................48-81

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48.6.16 mld mvlan receive-port.......................................................................48-82
48.6.17 mld mvlan robustness ........................................................................48-83
48.6.18 mld mvlan router-ip ............................................................................48-84
48.6.19 mld mvlan snooping-aging-time ..........................................................48-84
48.6.20 mld mvlan source-filter-mode .............................................................48-85
48.6.21 mld mvlan source-port .......................................................................48-86
48.6.22 mld mvlan ssm-address-range............................................................48-87
48.6.23 mld mvlan startup-query-count ...........................................................48-87
48.6.24 mld mvlan startup-query-interval.........................................................48-88
48.6.25 mld mvlan unsolicited-report-interval ...................................................48-89
48.6.26 mld mvlan version-mode ....................................................................48-90
48.6.27 mld mvlan work-mode........................................................................48-91
48.7 MLD Interface Commands .............................................................................48-92
48.7.1 mld bandwidth ....................................................................................48-92
48.7.2 mld enable ..........................................................................................48-93
48.7.3 mld fast-leave .....................................................................................48-94
48.7.4 mld max-groups .................................................................................48-95
48.7.5 mld span-vlan......................................................................................48-95
48.7.6 mld version .........................................................................................48-96
48.8 MLD Show Commands ..................................................................................48-97
48.8.1 show mld ............................................................................................48-97
48.8.2 show mld dbglog-port ..........................................................................48-98
48.8.3 show mld dynamic-member..................................................................48-99
48.8.4 show mld forwarding-table .................................................................48-100
48.8.5 show mld interface ............................................................................48-101
48.8.6 show mld interface dynamic-group-list ................................................48-102
48.8.7 show mld interface static-group-list .....................................................48-104
48.8.8 show mld log.....................................................................................48-105
48.8.9 show mld mp-forwarding-table............................................................48-106
48.8.10 show mld mp-snooping ....................................................................48-107
48.8.11 show mld mp-statistics .....................................................................48-108
48.8.12 show mld mux-error-info ..................................................................48-109
48.8.13 show mld mvlan............................................................................... 48-110
48.8.14 show mld mvlan group-bandwidth .................................................... 48-113
48.8.15 show mld mvlan group-filter ............................................................. 48-114
48.8.16 show mld mvlan group-prejoin ......................................................... 48-114
48.8.17 show mld np-statistics...................................................................... 48-115

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48.8.18 show mld pon-statistics .................................................................... 48-117
48.8.19 show mld span-vlan config ............................................................... 48-118
48.8.20 show mld static-member .................................................................. 48-119
48.8.21 show mld statistics...........................................................................48-120
48.9 IPTV Configuration Commands ....................................................................48-121
48.9.1 iptv cac .............................................................................................48-121
48.9.2 iptv cdr..............................................................................................48-122
48.9.3 iptv cdr clear .....................................................................................48-122
48.9.4 iptv cdr create-period .........................................................................48-123
48.9.5 iptv cdr deny-right..............................................................................48-124
48.9.6 iptv cdr max-records ..........................................................................48-124
48.9.7 iptv cdr prw-overcount .......................................................................48-125
48.9.8 iptv cdr prw-right................................................................................48-126
48.9.9 iptv cdr recog-time .............................................................................48-127
48.9.10 iptv cdr report ..................................................................................48-127
48.9.11 iptv cdr report-interval ......................................................................48-128
48.9.12 iptv cdr report-threshold ...................................................................48-129
48.9.13 iptv cdr server .................................................................................48-130
48.9.14 iptv channel.....................................................................................48-131
48.9.15 iptv highest-priority ..........................................................................48-132
48.9.16 iptv ipv6 channel..............................................................................48-133
48.9.17 iptv ipv6 package.............................................................................48-134
48.9.18 iptv package....................................................................................48-136
48.9.19 iptv prw ...........................................................................................48-137
48.9.20 iptv view-profile ...............................................................................48-138
48.10 IPTV Interface Commands .........................................................................48-139
48.10.1 iptv .................................................................................................48-139
48.11 IPTV Show Commands ..............................................................................48-141
48.11.1 show iptv cdr ...................................................................................48-141
48.11.2 show iptv cdr content .......................................................................48-142
48.11.3 show iptv cdr records .......................................................................48-143
48.11.4 show iptv cdr server .........................................................................48-144
48.11.5 show iptv channel ............................................................................48-145
48.11.6 show iptv control..............................................................................48-146
48.11.7 show iptv interface ...........................................................................48-147
48.11.8 show iptv package ...........................................................................48-149
48.11.9 show iptv prw ..................................................................................48-150

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48.11.10 show iptv view-profile .....................................................................48-151

Chapter 49 ARP Commands.................................................................... 49-1


49.1 ARP Agent Configuration Commands .............................................................. 49-1
49.1.1 arp-agent ............................................................................................. 49-1
49.2 ARP Agent Show Commands.......................................................................... 49-2
49.2.1 show arp-agent .................................................................................... 49-2
49.3 IP Service ARP Configuration Commands........................................................ 49-2
49.3.1 ip-service arp-anti-spoofing ................................................................... 49-2
49.3.2 ip-service arp-anti-spoofing vlan ............................................................ 49-3
49.3.3 ip-service arp-direct-to-gateway............................................................. 49-4
49.3.4 ip-service arp-filter vlan......................................................................... 49-5
49.3.5 ip-service mac-forced-forwarding........................................................... 49-5
49.3.6 ip-service mac-forced-forwarding vlan.................................................... 49-6
49.3.7 ip-service nd-filter vlan .......................................................................... 49-7
49.4 IP Service ARP Show Commands ................................................................... 49-8
49.4.1 show ip-service arp............................................................................... 49-8
49.4.2 show ip-service arp-anti-spoofing .......................................................... 49-9
49.4.3 show ip-service arp-direct-to-gateway-config .........................................49-10
49.4.4 show ip-service arp-filter ......................................................................49-10
49.4.5 show ip-service gateway ...................................................................... 49-11
49.4.6 show ip-service mac-forced-forwarding .................................................49-12
49.4.7 show ip-service nd-filter .......................................................................49-12

Chapter 50 NS Commands ...................................................................... 50-1


50.1 NS Anti-Spoofing Configuration ....................................................................... 50-1
50.1.1 ipv6 ns-anti-spoofing............................................................................. 50-1
50.2 NS Anti-Spoofing Show .................................................................................. 50-2
50.2.1 show ipv6 ns ........................................................................................ 50-2
50.2.2 show ipv6 ns-anti-spoofing.................................................................... 50-3

Chapter 51 CFM Commands.................................................................... 51-1


51.1 CFM Commands ............................................................................................ 51-1
51.1.1 assign mep .......................................................................................... 51-1
51.1.2 assign mip ........................................................................................... 51-2
51.1.3 ccm ..................................................................................................... 51-3
51.1.4 cfm ...................................................................................................... 51-3
51.1.5 cfm create............................................................................................ 51-4
51.1.6 cfm delete ............................................................................................ 51-5
51.1.7 cfm lbm check multicast ........................................................................ 51-6

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51.1.8 cfm lbm check unicast .......................................................................... 51-8
51.1.9 cfm ltm................................................................................................. 51-9
51.1.10 cfm ltr-read trans-id............................................................................ 51-11
51.1.11 cfm md..............................................................................................51-12
51.1.12 create mep........................................................................................51-12
51.1.13 create mip .........................................................................................51-13
51.1.14 create rmep.......................................................................................51-14
51.1.15 create ...............................................................................................51-15
51.1.16 delete mep ........................................................................................51-16
51.1.17 delete mip .........................................................................................51-16
51.1.18 delete ...............................................................................................51-17
51.1.19 l2vpn ................................................................................................51-18
51.1.20 ma....................................................................................................51-19
51.1.21 mep ais-lck-interval............................................................................51-20
51.1.22 mep ais-priority..................................................................................51-21
51.1.23 mep ais.............................................................................................51-21
51.1.24 mep alarm-lowest-pri .........................................................................51-22
51.1.25 mep ccm-check .................................................................................51-23
51.1.26 mep ccm-ltm-priority ..........................................................................51-24
51.1.27 mep ccm-send...................................................................................51-24
51.1.28 mep clear..........................................................................................51-25
51.1.29 mep client-level .................................................................................51-26
51.1.30 mep dm-rmep....................................................................................51-27
51.1.31 mep dm-send ....................................................................................51-28
51.1.32 mep lm-rmep.....................................................................................51-29
51.1.33 mep lm-send .....................................................................................51-30
51.1.34 mep single-end-lm .............................................................................51-31
51.1.35 mep state..........................................................................................51-31
51.1.36 mep two-dm ......................................................................................51-32
51.1.37 primary .............................................................................................51-33
51.1.38 protect ..............................................................................................51-34
51.1.39 show cfm lmep ..................................................................................51-35
51.1.40 show cfm ma.....................................................................................51-36
51.1.41 show cfm md.....................................................................................51-37
51.1.42 show cfm mp.....................................................................................51-37
51.1.43 show cfm rmep..................................................................................51-38
51.1.44 show cfm status.................................................................................51-40

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51.2 CFM Debug Commands ................................................................................51-40
51.2.1 debug cfm all ......................................................................................51-40
51.2.2 debug cfm bytes..................................................................................51-41
51.2.3 debug cfm error...................................................................................51-42
51.2.4 debug cfm events ................................................................................51-43
51.2.5 debug cfm packet ................................................................................51-44

Chapter 52 IPv6 Basic Protocol Commands.......................................... 52-1


52.1 clear nd-cache ............................................................................................... 52-2
52.2 ipv6 address .................................................................................................. 52-2
52.3 ipv6 dad-attemps............................................................................................ 52-4
52.4 ipv6 enable .................................................................................................... 52-5
52.5 ipv6 load-sharing ............................................................................................ 52-5
52.6 ipv6 mtu......................................................................................................... 52-6
52.7 ipv6 nd managed-config-flag ........................................................................... 52-7
52.8 ipv6 nd other-config-flag.................................................................................. 52-8
52.9 ipv6 nd prefix ................................................................................................. 52-9
52.10 ipv6 nd ra-interval ........................................................................................52-10
52.11 ipv6 nd ra-lifetime ........................................................................................ 52-11
52.12 ipv6 nd reachable-time.................................................................................52-12
52.13 ipv6 nd retransmit-time.................................................................................52-13
52.14 ipv6 nd stale-time ........................................................................................52-13
52.15 ipv6 nd suppress-ra .....................................................................................52-14
52.16 ipv6 nd-proxy ..............................................................................................52-15
52.17 ipv6 route....................................................................................................52-16
52.18 ipv6 route-static fast-reroute .........................................................................52-17
52.19 ipv6-prefix-length .........................................................................................52-17
52.20 nd6 add ......................................................................................................52-18
52.21 nd6 delete ...................................................................................................52-19
52.22 ping6 ..........................................................................................................52-20
52.23 show ipv6 interface ......................................................................................52-21
52.24 show ipv6 route ...........................................................................................52-22
52.25 show ipv6 route summary ............................................................................52-23
52.26 show nd6 ....................................................................................................52-24
52.27 show ipv6-prefix-length ................................................................................52-25
52.28 telnet6 ........................................................................................................52-26
52.29 trace6 .........................................................................................................52-27

Chapter 53 VMAC Commands................................................................. 53-1

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53.1 add Address-Space ........................................................................................ 53-1
53.2 add Circuit-Id ................................................................................................. 53-2
53.3 add Ctrl-Byte.................................................................................................. 53-3
53.4 delete ............................................................................................................ 53-4
53.5 exit ................................................................................................................ 53-5
53.6 show virtual-mac configure.............................................................................. 53-5
53.7 show virtual-mac flexible-syntax-profile ............................................................ 53-6
53.8 show virtual-mac interface............................................................................... 53-7
53.9 show virtual-mac table interface ...................................................................... 53-8
53.10 show virtual-mac table vlan ........................................................................... 53-8
53.11 virtual-mac (GPON ONU Interface Mode) ....................................................... 53-9
53.12 virtual-mac ..................................................................................................53-10
53.13 virtual-mac access-node-id........................................................................... 53-11
53.14 virtual-mac delete interface .......................................................................... 53-11
53.15 virtual-mac delete vlan .................................................................................53-12
53.16 virtual-mac flexible-syntax-profile ..................................................................53-13
53.17 virtual-mac flexible-syntax-profile active ........................................................53-14
53.18 virtual-mac reserved-mac.............................................................................53-14

Chapter 54 MPLS Commands ................................................................. 54-1


54.1 LDP............................................................................................................... 54-1
54.1.1 clear mpls ldp....................................................................................... 54-1
54.1.2 clear mpls ldp neighbor......................................................................... 54-2
54.1.3 control-packet with-label ....................................................................... 54-2
54.1.4 mpls g-ach-encapsulation disable.......................................................... 54-3
54.1.5 mpls g-ach-encapsulation enable .......................................................... 54-4
54.1.6 mpls ip................................................................................................. 54-4
54.1.7 mpls ip (vlan interface mode) ................................................................ 54-5
54.1.8 mpls l2vpn graceful-restart .................................................................... 54-6
54.1.9 mpls label range-dynamic ..................................................................... 54-7
54.1.10 mpls label range-static ........................................................................ 54-8
54.1.11 mpls ldp access-fec ............................................................................ 54-9
54.1.12 mpls ldp advertise-labels.................................................................... 54-11
54.1.13 mpls ldp backoff ................................................................................54-13
54.1.14 mpls ldp discovery .............................................................................54-14
54.1.15 mpls ldp discovery transport-address ..................................................54-15
54.1.16 mpls ldp dynamic-capability................................................................54-16
54.1.17 mpls ldp egress .................................................................................54-17

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54.1.18 mpls ldp filter packet for .....................................................................54-18
54.1.19 mpls ldp graceful-restart.....................................................................54-19
54.1.20 mpls ldp helper-mode ........................................................................54-20
54.1.21 mpls ldp holdtime ..............................................................................54-21
54.1.22 mpls ldp implicit-null...........................................................................54-21
54.1.23 mpls ldp label-distribution...................................................................54-23
54.1.24 mpls ldp label-retention ......................................................................54-23
54.1.25 mpls ldp longest-match ipv4 ...............................................................54-24
54.1.26 mpls ldp lsp-control............................................................................54-25
54.1.27 mpls ldp neighbor ..............................................................................54-26
54.1.28 mpls ldp peer bfd ...............................................................................54-27
54.1.29 mpls ldp request-labels ......................................................................54-28
54.1.30 mpls ldp router-id...............................................................................54-29
54.1.31 mpls ldp style ....................................................................................54-31
54.1.32 mpls ldp target-session ......................................................................54-31
54.1.33 mpls static binding .............................................................................54-32
54.1.34 show label traffic................................................................................54-34
54.1.35 show mpls backup forwarding-table ....................................................54-34
54.1.36 show mpls forwarding-table ................................................................54-35
54.1.37 show mpls interface ...........................................................................54-36
54.1.38 show mpls label range .......................................................................54-37
54.1.39 show mpls label state.........................................................................54-38
54.1.40 show mpls ldp backoff........................................................................54-39
54.1.41 show mpls ldp bindings ......................................................................54-39
54.1.42 show mpls ldp bindings summary .......................................................54-41
54.1.43 show mpls ldp discovery ....................................................................54-42
54.1.44 show mpls ldp graceful-restart ............................................................54-42
54.1.45 show mpls ldp neighbor .....................................................................54-43
54.1.46 show mpls ldp parameters..................................................................54-44
54.2 MPLS OAM...................................................................................................54-45
54.2.1 ping mpls ............................................................................................54-45
54.2.2 ping mpls pseudowire ..........................................................................54-46
54.2.3 trace mpls ...........................................................................................54-48
54.2.4 trace mpls pseudowire .........................................................................54-49

Chapter 55 L2VPN Commands................................................................ 55-1


55.1 L2VPN Management ...................................................................................... 55-1
55.1.1 clear l2vpn-flow-stat.............................................................................. 55-1

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55.1.2 clear mac-table .................................................................................... 55-2
55.1.3 clear vpls loop-detect............................................................................ 55-2
55.1.4 description ........................................................................................... 55-3
55.1.5 flowstat ................................................................................................ 55-4
55.1.6 mac limit .............................................................................................. 55-4
55.1.7 mac static ............................................................................................ 55-5
55.1.8 mac withdraw ....................................................................................... 55-6
55.1.9 macwithdraw-receive ............................................................................ 55-7
55.1.10 mpls xconnect .................................................................................... 55-8
55.1.11 mtu .................................................................................................... 55-9
55.1.12 service-type ......................................................................................55-10
55.1.13 show flowstat .................................................................................... 55-11
55.1.14 show l2vpn-flow-stat .......................................................................... 55-11
55.1.15 show mac-table dynamic....................................................................55-12
55.1.16 show mac-table summary ..................................................................55-13
55.1.17 show mac-table vfi.............................................................................55-13
55.1.18 show mpls l2transport binding ............................................................55-15
55.1.19 show mpls l2transport binding summary..............................................55-16
55.1.20 show mpls l2transport vc....................................................................55-17
55.1.21 show mpls l2transport vc summary .....................................................55-20
55.1.22 show mpls l2vpn ac ...........................................................................55-20
55.1.23 show mpls l2vpn ac summary.............................................................55-21
55.1.24 show mpls l2vpn service ....................................................................55-22
55.1.25 show mpls l2vpn service summary......................................................55-24
55.1.26 show vpls loop-detect ........................................................................55-25
55.1.27 vfi .....................................................................................................55-26
55.1.28 vll .....................................................................................................55-27
55.2 PW Management...........................................................................................55-27
55.2.1 apply ..................................................................................................55-27
55.2.2 cos-to-tc-profile ...................................................................................55-28
55.2.3 encapsulated-delay .............................................................................55-29
55.2.4 flowstat ...............................................................................................55-30
55.2.5 mac limit high-watermark .....................................................................55-31
55.2.6 mac limit low-watermark.......................................................................55-31
55.2.7 mode ..................................................................................................55-32
55.2.8 payload-size........................................................................................55-33
55.2.9 peer....................................................................................................55-34

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55.2.10 pw ....................................................................................................55-35
55.2.11 pwtype ..............................................................................................55-36
55.2.12 root-leaf ............................................................................................55-37
55.2.13 sequence ..........................................................................................55-37
55.2.14 show l2vpn pw...................................................................................55-38
55.2.15 show l2vpn pw summary ....................................................................55-39
55.2.16 status-notification ..............................................................................55-40
55.2.17 tc-to-cos-profile .................................................................................55-41
55.2.18 ttl......................................................................................................55-41
55.2.19 variation-delay...................................................................................55-42
55.3 PW Redundancy ...........................................................................................55-43
55.3.1 negotiation ..........................................................................................55-43
55.3.2 protect hold-off ....................................................................................55-44
55.3.3 protect mode.......................................................................................55-45
55.3.4 protect switch ......................................................................................55-46
55.3.5 protect-type.........................................................................................55-47
55.3.6 pw-redundancy-group ..........................................................................55-48
55.3.7 pw ......................................................................................................55-48
55.3.8 second-pw ..........................................................................................55-49
55.3.9 show l2vpn pw-redundancy-group ........................................................55-50
55.3.10 show l2vpn pw-redundancy-group summary........................................55-51
55.4 PW-CLASS Management...............................................................................55-51
55.4.1 cctype.................................................................................................55-51
55.4.2 control-word ........................................................................................55-52
55.4.3 cvtype.................................................................................................55-53
55.4.4 pw-class .............................................................................................55-54
55.4.5 show l2vpn pw-class............................................................................55-54
55.4.6 show l2vpn pw-class summary .............................................................55-55
55.5 CIP Management ..........................................................................................55-56
55.5.1 cip ......................................................................................................55-56
55.5.2 class-map ...........................................................................................55-56
55.5.3 flowstat ...............................................................................................55-57
55.5.4 match .................................................................................................55-58
55.5.5 root-leaf ..............................................................................................55-59
55.5.6 service-type ethernet ...........................................................................55-60
55.5.7 service-type ethernet class-map ...........................................................55-60
55.5.8 service-type tdm-relay .........................................................................55-61

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55.5.9 show class-map ..................................................................................55-63
55.5.10 shutdown ..........................................................................................55-63
55.5.11 xconnect ...........................................................................................55-64

Chapter 56 MPNAT Commands............................................................... 56-1


56.1 clear mpnat trans-table ................................................................................... 56-1
56.2 mpnat onu-ftp................................................................................................. 56-2
56.3 mpnat onu-ftp-data ......................................................................................... 56-3
56.4 mpnat onu-mng-port auto-alloc........................................................................ 56-4
56.5 mpnat onu-mng-vlan....................................................................................... 56-5
56.6 mpnat onu-snmp ............................................................................................ 56-6
56.7 mpnat onu-telnet ............................................................................................ 56-7
56.8 mpnat service service-port .............................................................................. 56-7
56.9 mpnat service telnet-shell ............................................................................... 56-8
56.10 mpnat trans-table ......................................................................................... 56-9
56.11 show mpnat cfg-table ...................................................................................56-10
56.12 show mpnat onu-mng-port............................................................................ 56-11
56.13 show mpnat trans-table................................................................................56-12
56.14 telnet onu....................................................................................................56-13

Chapter 57 Load Balance Commands .................................................... 57-1


57.1 prohibit-slave ................................................................................................. 57-1

Chapter 58 Service Control Commands................................................. 58-1


58.1 show hotb-state.............................................................................................. 58-1

Chapter 59 PPPoA Commands ............................................................... 59-1


59.1 PPPoA Global Configuration ........................................................................... 59-1
59.1.1 pppoa-pppoe echo-interval.................................................................... 59-1
59.2 PPPoA Show Commands ............................................................................... 59-2
59.2.1 show pppoa-pppoe ............................................................................... 59-2
59.2.2 show pppoa-pppoe interface ................................................................. 59-2

Chapter 60 IPoA Commands ................................................................... 60-1


60.1 IPoA Global Configuration............................................................................... 60-1
60.1.1 ipoa gateway-arp-interval ...................................................................... 60-1
60.1.2 ipoa inatmarp-interval ........................................................................... 60-2
60.1.3 ipoa l2-default-gateway......................................................................... 60-2
60.2 IPoA Port Configuration .................................................................................. 60-3
60.2.1 ipoa ..................................................................................................... 60-3
60.3 IPoA Show Commands................................................................................... 60-4

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60.3.1 show ipoa running ................................................................................ 60-4
60.3.2 show ipoa user ..................................................................................... 60-5

模块 .....................................................................61-1
Chapter 61 DOT1X模
61.1 dot1x ............................................................................................................. 61-1
61.2 dot1x (PTP interface mode)............................................................................. 61-2
61.3 dot1x clear-statistics ....................................................................................... 61-3
61.4 dot1x max-req ................................................................................................ 61-3
61.5 dot1x max-retries............................................................................................ 61-4
61.6 dot1x radius-server-group ............................................................................... 61-5
61.7 dot1x re-authenticate ...................................................................................... 61-6
61.8 dot1x send-mode............................................................................................ 61-6
61.9 dot1x timeout ................................................................................................. 61-7
61.10 show dot1x authorization interface ................................................................. 61-8
61.11 show dot1x config ......................................................................................... 61-9
61.12 show dot1x config interface ..........................................................................61-10
61.13 show dot1x statistics interface ...................................................................... 61-11

模块 .................................................................62-1
Chapter 62 ANTIDOS模
62.1 security anti-dos ............................................................................................. 62-1
62.2 security anti-dos arp ....................................................................................... 62-2
62.3 security anti-dos packet-limit ........................................................................... 62-2
62.4 show security anti-dos arp-switch .................................................................... 62-4
62.5 show security anti-dos black-list ...................................................................... 62-4
62.6 show security anti-dos config .......................................................................... 62-5

Chapter 63 CMC Management Commands ............................................ 63-1


63.1 CMC Global Commands ................................................................................. 63-1
63.1.1 show cable flap-list config ..................................................................... 63-1
63.1.2 show cable flap-list kick-cm-cfg ............................................................. 63-2
63.1.3 show cable modem............................................................................... 63-2
63.1.4 show cable modem capability................................................................ 63-4
63.1.5 show cable modem flap ........................................................................ 63-5
63.1.6 show cable modem offline..................................................................... 63-6
63.1.7 show cable modem phy ........................................................................ 63-8
63.1.8 show cable modem service-flow ............................................................ 63-9
63.1.9 show cable modem summary total........................................................63-10
63.1.10 show cable modem vpn .....................................................................63-12
63.1.11 show cable source-verify ....................................................................63-13
63.1.12 show cmc..........................................................................................63-14

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63.1.13 show cmc alarm trap-community ........................................................63-15
63.1.14 show cmc bundle...............................................................................63-16
63.1.15 show cmc card ..................................................................................63-17
63.1.16 show cmc downstream.......................................................................63-18
63.1.17 show cmc running-config....................................................................63-19
63.1.18 show cmc snmp.................................................................................63-20
63.1.19 show cmc sub-card............................................................................63-21
63.1.20 show cmc uplinkport ..........................................................................63-22
63.1.21 show cmc upstream...........................................................................63-23
63.1.22 show cpe all ......................................................................................63-24
63.1.23 show cpe static ip ..............................................................................63-26
63.2 CMC Remote Management Commands..........................................................63-27
63.2.1 cable flap-list.......................................................................................63-27
63.2.2 cable flap-list kick-cm...........................................................................63-28
63.2.3 cable source-verify ..............................................................................63-29
63.2.4 cmc alarm trap-community ...................................................................63-30
63.2.5 cmc bridge cable modem .....................................................................63-31
63.2.6 cmc bundle .........................................................................................63-32
63.2.7 cmc control upcos ...............................................................................63-33
63.2.8 cmc def-bundle set ..............................................................................63-34
63.2.9 cmc dhcp-relay....................................................................................63-35
63.2.10 cmc downstream ...............................................................................63-36
63.2.11 cmc ip igmp mode..............................................................................63-37
63.2.12 cmc ip igmp mvlan.............................................................................63-38
63.2.13 cmc ip igmp span-vlan .......................................................................63-39
63.2.14 cmc ip subnet ....................................................................................63-40
63.2.15 cmc port vlan.....................................................................................63-41
63.2.16 cmc reboot ........................................................................................63-42
63.2.17 cmc rf-attention .................................................................................63-42
63.2.18 cmc save ..........................................................................................63-43
63.2.19 cmc snmp-server community..............................................................63-44
63.2.20 cmc snmp-server host........................................................................63-44
63.2.21 cmc svlan policy ................................................................................63-46
63.2.22 cmc uplinkport ...................................................................................63-46
63.2.23 cmc upstreams..................................................................................63-47
63.2.24 cmc vlan ...........................................................................................63-49
63.2.25 cpe ...................................................................................................63-49

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Chapter 1
Basic System Management
Table of Contents
banner incoming.........................................................................................................1-2
clock set .....................................................................................................................1-3
clock summer-time recurring ......................................................................................1-3
clock timezone ...........................................................................................................1-5
config-filename...........................................................................................................1-6
configure terminal.......................................................................................................1-6
disable .......................................................................................................................1-7
enable ........................................................................................................................1-8
enable secret .............................................................................................................1-9
end...........................................................................................................................1-11
exit ...........................................................................................................................1-12
hostname .................................................................................................................1-13
interface ...................................................................................................................1-13
ip address ................................................................................................................1-15
ping ..........................................................................................................................1-16
ping mng ..................................................................................................................1-17
privilege ...................................................................................................................1-18
restore factory-defaults.............................................................................................1-20
sdisk.........................................................................................................................1-21
set-cputhreshold.......................................................................................................1-21
set-memthreshold ....................................................................................................1-22
show clock ...............................................................................................................1-23
show cputhreshold ...................................................................................................1-24
show memthreshold .................................................................................................1-24
show privilege ..........................................................................................................1-25
show running-config .................................................................................................1-26
show sdisk-status .....................................................................................................1-30
show start running-config .........................................................................................1-31
show system-group ..................................................................................................1-32
show username........................................................................................................1-32
telnet ........................................................................................................................1-34
who ..........................................................................................................................1-34

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ZXA10 C300/C320 Command Reference

1.1 banner incoming


Syntax
banner incoming number1
no banner incoming

Function
This command sets a startup greeting for the system. There is a default welcome greeting
available.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Character used as the -


terminator of a welcome
greeting

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
1. Use this command to set the greeting terminator, such as the number symbol (#).
2. Enter the greeting text and end the text with the terminator (#).
The terminator contains only one character. Special characters, such as space and enter
symbol, can be used in the greeting text except the question mark (?). The question mark
(?) cannot be used for any parameter of TEXT type or password because the question
mark is considered as a request for help in the system.

Examples
The following example sets the startup greeting to welcome:
ZXAN(config)#banner incoming #
Enter TEXT message[1-4000 characters]. End with the character '@' or the delimit
ing character '#'.

welcome
#
ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
None

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Syntax
clock set time1 name1 number1 number2

Function
This command sets the system clock in standard date and time format.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

time1 Time of the clock, in format of -


hh:mm:ss

name1 Month -

number1 Date Range: 1–31

number2 Year Range: 2001–2098

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to set the system clock to 23:12:01, May 23, 2001:
ZXAN#clock set 23:12:01 may 23 2001

Related Commands
1.22 show clock

1.3 clock summer-time recurring


Syntax
clock summer-time recurring name1 name2 name3 name4 time1 name5 name6 name7 time2 [n
umber1 ]
no clock summer-time recurring

Function
This command sets the summer time.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Custom-defined name of the -


summer time

name2 Week number when the summer -


time starts

name3 Date when the summer time -


starts

name4 Month when the summer time -


starts

time1 Time when the summer time -


starts

name5 Week number when the summer -


time ends

name6 Date when the summer time -


ends

name7 Month when the summer time -


ends

time2 Time when the summer time -


ends

number1 Number of minutes added Range: 1–300


based on the standard time Default: 60
(min)

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
To cancel the summer time, use the no form of this command.

[no] clock summer-time recurring dstname week day month hh:mm:ss week day month
hh:mm:ss [offset]

Examples
The following example shows how to set the summer time. In this example, the summer
time is set from the first week of June to the fourth week of October with an offset of 60
minutes, and is executed every year:
ZXAN(config)#clock summer-time recurring abc 1 monday jun 11:11:11 4 sunday oct 11:11:11 60

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1.22 show clock
1.2 clock set
1.4 clock timezone
2.24 show summer-time config

1.4 clock timezone


Syntax
clock timezone name1 number1 [number2 ]
no clock timezone

Function
This command sets the system time zone.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Time zone name -

number1 Time offset relative to the UTC Range: -12–13

number2 Time offset relative to the UTC Range: 0–59

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
To cancel the setting, use the no form of this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the system time zone:

ZXAN(config)#clock timezone beijing 12


ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
1.22 show clock

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1.5 config-filename
Syntax
config-filename name1
no config-filename

Function
This command specifies the name of the configuration file that is used to start the NE.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

name1 Name of the configuration file, -


1–40 visible characters

Mode
MNG interface configuration mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to specify the name of the configuration file used to
start the NE:
ZXAN(config-if)#config-filename startrun.dat

Related Commands
None

1.6 configure terminal


Syntax
configure terminal

Function
This command changes the command mode from privileged mode to global configuration
mode.

Parameters
None

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Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to change the command mode from privileged mode to
global configuration mode:

ZXAN#configure terminal
%Info 20272: Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CTRL/Z.
ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
1.10 end
1.11 exit

1.7 disable
Syntax
disable [number1 ]

Function
This command lowers current user privilege level. If the specified destination privilege
level is lower than 2, the command mode is changed from privileged mode to user mode.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Destination privilege level Range: 0–15

Mode
User mode

Usage Guidelines
The specified destination privilege level must be lower than the current user privilege level
which may not be the initial level defined by users but a level modified by users.

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Examples
(1) The following example shows how to lower a privilege level. In this example, a user
with privilege level of 10 attempts to go back to level 11, but the system prompts for correct
privilege level because the specified destination level must be lower than the current level.
ZXAN#disable 11
%Error 20227: New privilege level must be less than current privilege level
ZXAN#

(2) The following example shows how to lower a privilege level. In this example, a user
with privilege level of 10 returns to level 1, and enters user mode.
ZXAN#disable 1
ZXAN>

Related Commands
1.8 enable
1.25 show privilege

1.8 enable
Syntax
enable [number1 ]

Function
This command modifies the current user privilege when a user is in privileged mode.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Current privilege level Range: 0–15

Mode
User mode

Usage Guidelines
1. If the specified destination privilege level is higher than the current level, a password
for destination level access is required (15 by default). If the password has not been
configured yet, the destination privilege is unaccessible.
If the specified destination privilege level is lower than the current level, no passwords are
necessary.

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2. For a user in user mode, this command allows the user to enter privileged mode and
upgrades the privilege level to 15 without parameters.
3. For a user in privileged mode, if the specified destination privilege level is lower than 5,
this command modifies the level to the specified value and allows the user to enter user
mode.

Examples
(1) The following example shows how to enter privileged mode from user mode:
ZXAN>enable 15
Password:
ZXAN#

(2) The following example shows how to modify the privilege level to 9 in privileged mode:
ZXAN#enable 9
ZXAN#show privilege
Current privilege level is 9

Related Commands
1.7 disable

1.9 enable secret


Syntax
enable secret [level number1 ] {0 name1 |5 name2 |name3 }
no enable secret level number1

Function
This command sets a login password for a privileged user.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Privilege level Range: 1–15


Default: 15

name1 Privileged password for -


privileged mode access, 3–16
characters

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Parameter Description Value

name2 Encrypted privileged password, -


24 characters

name3 Privileged password for -


privileged mode access, 3–16
characters

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
(1) The password displayed by the show running-config command is an encrypted
password for a privileged user. The password required by the enable command is a clear
text password for the privileged user.
(2) Either the enable secret 0 password or enable secret password command can be used to
set an unencrypted password.
(3) The enable secret 5 password command can be used to set an encrypted password with
24 characters only when configuration files are loaded. It can not be used when the system
operates normally.
(4) The passwords in the show running-config command and configuration files are in
cipher text.

(5) The enable secret level levelnum password command sets the password for a higher
privilege level access when a user enters privileged mode.

Examples
(1) The following example shows how to set the privileged user password to ZXAN:
ZXAN(config)#enable secret ZXAN

Run the show running-config command to display the configured password with the default
privilege level 15:

!
enable secret level 15 5 nS43rk2arX7/R+RrWDNAaA==
!

(2) The following example shows how to set the password to "test" to upgrade to privilege
level 10:

ZXAN(config)#enable secret level 10 test

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Run the show running-config command to display the configured password with privilege
level 10:
!
enable secret level 10 5 CY9rzUYh03PK3k6DJie09g==
!

(3) Based on Step 2, the following example shows how to upgrade to privilege level 10
for a user with privilege level 1 by using the enable 10 command, and then enter privileged
mode with the password "test":
ZXAN>enable 10
Password:
ZXAN#show users
Line User Privilege Host(s) Idle Location
0 con 0 15 idle 00:00:45
*66 vty 0 zte 10 idle 00:00:55 100.100.100.30

User status information before upgrade:


ZXAN#show users
Line User Privilege Host(s) Idle Location
0 con 0 15 idle 00:00:45
66 vty 0 zte 1 idle 00:00:55 100.100.100.30
* 67 vty 1 bbb 12 idle 00:00:00 100.100.100.30

Related Commands
1.8 enable

1.10 end
Syntax
end

Function
This command changes the command mode to privileged mode.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode and privileged mode

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Usage Guidelines
This command is applicable to all command modes except user mode and privileged mode.

Examples
The following example shows how to exit configuration mode and return to privileged mode:
ZXAN(config)#end
ZXAN#

Related Commands
1.6 configure terminal

1.11 exit
Syntax
exit

Function
This command is used to log out of the system or return to the previous command mode.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes

Usage Guidelines
When this command is used in user mode or privileged mode, the current user logs out of
the system. When this command is used in the other modes, the command mode returns
to the previous mode.

Examples
The following example shows how to exit global configuration mode and return to privileged
mode:
ZXAN(config)#exit
ZXAN#

Related Commands
6.10 logout

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1.12 hostname
Syntax
hostname name1
no hostname

Function
This command sets a host name for the system.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Host name, 1–32 characters -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
The default host name of the system is ZXAN.
The host name becomes effective immediately after this command is executed.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the host name of the system to TEST:
ZXAN(config)#hostname TEST
TEST(config)#

Related Commands
None

1.13 interface
Syntax
interface {byname name1 |interface1 }
no interface {byname name1 |interface1 }

Function
This command enters interface configuration mode or subinterface configuration mode.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Interface alias, 1–32 characters -

interface1 Interface name (for example, -


VLAN subinterface name,
smartgroup name, out-of-band
interface name, and physical
interface name)

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
For a subinterface that does not exist, this command creates and enters subinterface
configuration mode.
To delete the configured subinterface and its configuration, use the no form of this
command.
The no form of this command does not work on physical interfaces.
The member interfaces in a link aggregation group must be deleted before the no form of
this command is used to delete the link aggregation group.
Both no interface name1 and no interface interface1 can be used to delete an interface. nam
e1 cannot be used until it is configured for the interface by running the byname command
in a proper interface mode.

Examples
(1) The following example shows how to create link aggregation group smartgroup1 and
enter link aggregation group interface mode:
ZXAN(config)#interface smartgroup1
ZXAN(config-smartgroup1)#

(2) The following example shows how to create a VLAN 2 subinterface and enter VLAN 2
subinterface mode:
Create a specified VLAN.
ZXAN(config)#vlan 2
ZXAN(config-vlan2)#

Create a VLAN subinterface.


ZXAN(config)#interface vlan 2
ZXAN(config-if-vlan2)#

Create alias testvlan2 for the VLAN 2 subinterface.

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ZXAN(config-if-vlan2)#byname testvlan2
ZXAN(config-if-vlan2)#

Exit interface mode and enter VLAN subinterface mode through the alias.
ZXAN(config)#interface byname testvlan2
ZXAN(config-if-vlan2)#

(3) The following example shows how to add a GUSQ uplink card to slot 19 and enter
interface mode of the card:
ZXAN(config)#interface gei_1/19/1
ZXAN(config-if)#

(4) The following example shows how to add a GTGO card to slot 5 and enter OLT 1
interface mode:
ZXAN(config)#interface gpon-olt_1/5/1
ZXAN(config-if)#

(5) The following example, based on example (4), shows how to register an ONU 1
interface on the OLT 1 interface and enter GPON ONU interface mode:
ZXAN(config)#interface gpon-olt_1/5/1
ZXAN(config-if)#onu 1 type ZTE-F622 sn ZTEG00000001
ZXAN(config-if)#exit
ZXAN(config)#interface gpon-onu_1/5/1:1
ZXAN(config-if)#

Related Commands
1.26

1.14 ip address
Syntax
ip address ip_addr1 ip_addr2

Function
This command configures the IP address of an interface.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

ip_addr1 IP address of an interface -

ip_addr2 Subnet mask -

Mode
MNG interface configuration mode

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Usage Guidelines
The broadcast address is associated with the interface, and is used to forward direct
broadcasting datagrams, which adds a broadcast routing to the routing table. By default,
the subnet.ones/32 broadcast routing is added to the routing table.
There are four options available for the broadcast address, namely, 255.255.255.255,
subnet.ones, subnet.zeros, and 0.0.0.0. Other addresses are omitted. When
255.255.255.255 or subnet.ones is set as the broadcast address, the subnet.ones/32
broadcast routing is added to the routing table. When subnet.zeros or 0.0.0.0 is set as the
broadcast address, both subnet.zeros/32 and subnet.ones/32 are added to the routing
table.
secondary indicates that the configured interface address is secondary. If the interface
address is configured without this parameter, the configured address is the primary
address of the interface. One interface can be configured with only one primary address
and multiple secondary addresses.
By default, the IP address is not configured for an interface.
To delete the configured IP address, use the no form of this command.

Parameters in the no ip address command are optional. If the command is used with no
parameters, all the configured interface addresses are deleted.

Examples
The following example shows how to configure the IP address of an interface. In this
example, the address of management interface is set to 168.1.10.100, and the subnet
mask to 255.255.0.0.
ZXAN(config)#interface mng1
ZXAN(config-if)#ip address 168.1.10.100 255.255.0.0

Related Commands
None

1.15 ping
Syntax
ping [vrf name1 ] ip_addr1

Function
This command checks the accessibility and connectivity of a host.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 VPN -

ip_addr1 Destination IP address -

Mode
User mode

Usage Guidelines
This command sends ICMP Echo packets. If the destination receives an ICMP Echo
packet, it will respond with an ICMP Echo Reply packet to the source address. Therefore,
this command is used to diagnose the connectivity of a network.

Examples
The following example shows how to check whether address 100.1.1.49 is accessible:
ZXAN#ping 100.1.1.49
sending 5,100-byte ICMP echos to 100.1.1.49,
timeout is 2 seconds.!!!!!
Success rate is 100 percent(5/5),round-trip
min/avg/max= 0/0/0 ms.
ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

1.16 ping mng


Syntax
ping mng ip_addr1

Function
This command checks the accessibility and connectivity of a management port.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

ip_addr1 Destination IP address -

Mode
User mode

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This command sends ICMP Echo packets to the IP address of a management port. If the
destination receives an ICMP Echo packet, it will respond with an ICMP Echo Reply packet
to the source address. Therefore, this command is used to diagnose the connectivity of a
router's management port.

Examples
The following example shows how to check whether address 100.1.1.49 is accessible:
ZXAN#ping mng 100.1.1.49 option 10 36 1
sending 10,36-byte ICMP echos to 100.1.1.49,timeout
is 1 seconds.
!!!!!!!!!!
Success rate is 100 percent(10/10),round-trip
min/avg/max= 0/2/20 ms.
ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

1.17 privilege
Syntax
privilege name1 [all ] level number1 LINE1
no privilege name1 [all ] node LINE1

Function
This command configures the privilege level of a command.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Mode type. Some common -


modes are available, including
user, configure, and priv.

all All the commands beginning -


with the specified keyword.

number1 Privilege level. Range: 0–15

LINE1 Command keyword. -

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Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
(1) A command privilege level cannot be higher than 4 in user mode. Otherwise, an error
message is displayed.
(2) A command privilege level cannot be lower than 4 in configuration mode. Otherwise,
an error message is displayed.
(3) To reset the privilege level to the default value, use the no form of this command.

Examples
(1) The following example shows how to change the privilege level of the login command
in user mode to 10:
ZXAN(config)#privilege user level 10 login
%Error 20231: Privilege level in user mode should not be bigger than 4

(2) The following example shows how to change the privilege level of the hostname
command in configuration mode to 4:
ZXAN(config)#privilege configure level 4 hostname
%Error 20232: Privilege level in this mode should not be smaller than 4
ZXAN(config)#

(3) The following example shows how to change the privilege level of the commands
beginning with system-monitor to 15 by using the parameter all:
ZXAN(config)#show privilege cur-mode detail
................................
15 system-monitor
15 system-monitor endless-loop
15 system-monitor endless-loop duration
15 system-monitor endless-loop reboot
15 system-monitor task-suspend-reboot
15 system-monitor watchdog
15 system-monitor watchdog-duration
.........................

The following example shows how to display the configured privilege levels:

ZXAN(config)#show privilege cur-mode detail


................................
12 system-monitor
12 system-monitor endless-loop

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12 system-monitor endless-loop duration


12 system-monitor endless-loop reboot
12 system-monitor task-suspend-reboot
12 system-monitor watchdog
12 system-monitor watchdog-duration
.........................

(4) The following example shows how to set the privilege level of the ssh server only
command in configuration mode to 10:
ZXAN(config)privilege configure level 10 ssh server only

The following example shows how to display the modified privilege level:
ZXAN(config)#show privilege cur-mode node ssh server only
LogicMode Level Command-node
configure 10 ssh server only

ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
1.25 show privilege

1.18 restore factory-defaults


Syntax
restore factory-defaults

Function
This command restores the default settings.

Parameters
None

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to restore the default settings:

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ZXAN#restore factory-defaults

Related Commands
None

1.19 sdisk
Syntax
sdisk name1

Function
This command enables or disables the SD card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 enable: Enables the SD card. -


disable: Disables the SD card.

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to enable the SD card:
ZXAN(config)#sdisk enable

Related Commands
1.27 show sdisk-status

1.20 set-cputhreshold
Syntax
set-cputhreshold [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 number3

Function
This command sets a CPU usage threshold.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

slot1 Slot number Range: 2–22

number3 Percentage Range: 1–100

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to set the CPU usage threshold to 70% for the card in
slot 8 of shelf 1:
ZXAN(config)#set-cputhreshold rackno 1 shelfno 1 slotno 8 70

Related Commands
1.21 set-memthreshold
1.23 show cputhreshold

1.21 set-memthreshold
Syntax
set-memthreshold [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 number3

Function
This command sets a memory usage threshold.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

slot1 Slot number Range: 2–22

number3 Percentage Range: 1–100

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Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following command shows how to set the memory usage threshold to 70% for the card
in slot 8 of shelf 1:
ZXAN(config)#set-memthreshold rackno 1 shelfno 1 slotno 8 70

Related Commands
1.20 set-cputhreshold
1.24 show memthreshold

1.22 show clock


Syntax
show clock

Function
This command displays the system time.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following command shows how to display the system time:
ZXAN#show clock
19:42:03 Mon Apr 21 2012 UTC

Related Commands
1.2 clock set

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1.23 show cputhreshold


Syntax
show cputhreshold [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command displays the CPU usage threshold(s).

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display all the CPU threshold for all the slots:
ZXAN#show cputhreshold
Rack Shelf Slot CpuThreshold
---------------------------------
1 1 1 100
1 1 10 100
1 1 11 100

Related Commands
1.20 set-cputhreshold

1.24 show memthreshold


Syntax
show memthreshold [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command displays the memory usage threshold(s).

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the memory usage thresholds of all available
slots:
ZXAN(config)#show memthreshold
Rack Shelf Slot MemThreshold
-------------------------------
1 1 4 100
1 1 7 100
1 1 10 100
1 1 11 100
1 1 21 100

Related Commands
1.21 set-memthreshold

1.25 show privilege


Syntax
show privilege [{cur-mode |show-mode } {detail |level number1 |node LINE1 } ]

Function
This command displays the privilege level of the current terminal and privilege configuration
information about the command.

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Parameters
Parameter Description Value

cur-mode Privilege information about the -


current command mode

show-mode Privilege information about the -


show command mode

detail Privilege level of all commands -


in the specified mode

number1 Specified privilege level Range: 1–15

LINE1 Specified command -

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
This command without a parameter displays the privilege level of the current user.
The privilege level of a telnet user ranges from 1 to 15.

Examples
(1) The following example shows how to log into the NE with the user privilege "zte" (level
15) and display the privilege level of the user:
ZXAN#show privilege
Current privilege level is 15

(2) The following example shows how to display the privilege level of the username
command in configuration mode:
ZXAN(config)#show privilege cur-mode node username
LogicMode Level Command-node
configure 15 username
ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
1.17 privilege

1.26 show running-config


Syntax
show running-config [{section | name1 LINE1 |{interface interface1 [| name2 LINE2 ] |module
name3 [| name4 LINE3 ] } |[| name5 LINE4 ] } ]

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Function
This command displays information about the system configurations that have taken effect.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

section Filtering section. -

name1 Three options are available: -


l begin: All configuration
information is displayed
from the line that starts with
the specified character or
string.
l exclude: The configuration
lines excluding the specified
character or string are
displayed.
l include: All configuration
lines containing the
specified character or
string are displayed.

LINE1 Specified character or string. -

interface1 Interface name. Range: names of all interfaces


that can be configured, such as
epon-olt_rackno/slotno/portno,
epon-onu_rac-
kno/slotno/portno:onuno,
gei_, loopback, mng, null,
smartgroup, supervlan, tunnel,
and vlan

name2 Three options are available: -


l begin: All configuration
information is displayed
from the line that starts with
the specified character or
string.
l exclude: The configuration
lines excluding the specified
character or string are
displayed.
l include: All configuration
lines containing the

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Parameter Description Value

specified character or
string are displayed.

LINE2 Specified character or string. -

name3 Module name. Range: acl, arpstalarm, tcp,


urpf, vfi, vlan, vrf

name4 Three options are available: -


l begin: All configuration
information is displayed
from the line that starts with
the specified character or
string.
l exclude: The configuration
lines excluding the specified
character or string are
displayed.
l include: All configuration
lines containing the
specified character or
string are displayed.

LINE3 Specified character or string. -

name5 Three options are available: -


l begin: All configuration
information is displayed
from the line that starts with
the specified character or
string.
l exclude: The configuration
lines excluding the specified
character or string are
displayed.
l include: All configuration
lines containing the
specified character or
string are displayed.

LINE4 Specified character or string. -

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
The results of the show run command are filtered with section-based regular expressions.

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A section ends with a "!" mark. Section filtering indicates that all in a section will be echoed
if a line of information within a section meets echo requirements. When section is selected,
the regular expression is a mandatory option.

Examples
(1) The following example shows how to display configuration information about the
interface gpon-olt_1/5/1:
ZXAN#show running-config interface gpon-olt_1/5/1
Building configuration...
interface gpon-olt_1/5/1
shutdown
linktrap disable
!
end
ZXAN#

(2) The following example shows how to display a section containing "alarm":
ZXAN#show running-config section | include alarm
his-performance sample enable
his-performance alarm enable
his-performance auto-upload disable
!
logging alarmlog enable
logging console notification
logging pool-usage-thresh 80
logging level notification
logging trap-enable notification
logging snmplog disable
logging cmdlog disable
logging debuglog disable
syslog facility local0
line console idle-timeout 1000
line console absolute-timeout 1440
line telnet idle-timeout 1000
line telnet absolute-timeout 1440
line telnet users 16
line telnet access-class 49 telnet-only
line telnet access-class 7168 ssh-only

no hotkey ctrl_g
no hotkey ctrl_l
no hotkey ctrl_o
no hotkey ctrl_r

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no hotkey ctrl_s
no hotkey ctrl_t
!
alarm enable
nms-hello-trap disable
alarm trap-confirm retry 1 timeout 30
alarm alarm-profile 11
admin enable
!
alarm alarm-profile test
admin enable
alarm-profile-apply system
!
!
ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

1.27 show sdisk-status


Syntax
show sdisk-status

Function
This command displays status information about the SD card.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the current status of the SD card:
ZXAN#show sdisk-status
Board OnLine Status
-----------------------------------------

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MASTER OFFLINE DISABLED

Related Commands
sdisk enable

1.28 show start running-config


Syntax
show start running-config [sd ] [| name1 LINE1 ]

Function
This command displays the configuration in a configuration file.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

sd Command configuration in a -
configuration file on the SD card

name1 Used together with rule -


expressions for inclusion or
exclusion, or for matching up
with the rules beginning with an
expression

LINE1 Used together with syntaxes -


for inclusion or exclusion, or
for matching up with the rules
beginning with an expression

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the command configuration containing a rule
expression syslog in a configuration file:

ZXAN(config)#show start running-config | include syslog


syslog facility local0

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None

1.29 show system-group


Syntax
show system-group

Function
This command displays system information.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display system information:
ZXAN(config)#show system-group

System Description: C300 Version V2.0.0 Software, Copyright (c) by ZTE Corporation Compiled
System ObjectId: .1.3.6.1.4.1.3902.1082.1001.300.1.3
Started before: 0 days, 18 hours, 46 minutes
Contact with: +86-021-68895000
System name: OLTZ2810038MAD511
Location: No.889 BiBo Rd. PuDong District, ShangHai, China
This system primarily offers a set of 78 services

Related Commands
None

1.30 show username


Syntax
show username

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Function
This command displays a list of names and passwords of the users that are allowed to log
in to the system.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display information about the users logging in to the
system:
ZXAN#show username
cli user global configuration
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

name sessions pri OperStatus login-begin login-end expire-date


-----------------------------------------------------------------------
zte 16 10 Normal 08:00:00 18:30:00 2013-02-03 23:59:59
zte10 16 10 Normal 00:00:00 23:59:59 2099-12-31 23:59:59
ZXAN#

Output parameters:
name: user name
sessions: number of the sessions initiated by the login users with the same name
pri: user privilege level
OperStatus: operating status of a user. Normal status is supported currently.
login-begin: starting time for user's login every day.
login-end: end time for user's login every day.
expire-date: the time when a user account is disabled.

Related Commands
6.20 username

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1.31 telnet
Syntax
telnet ip_addr1 [source ip_addr2 ] [vrf name1 ]

Function
This command telnets to other equipment from an OLT.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

ip_addr1 Destination IP address -

ip_addr2 Source IP address -

name1 VRF instance name -

Mode
User mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to telnet to other equipment from an OLT:
ZXAN#telnet 10.63.198.10

Related Commands
None

1.32 who
Syntax
who

Function
This command displays a list of the users that have logged in to the system.

Parameters
None

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Mode
User mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display a list of the users that have logged in to the
system:
ZXAN#who
Line User Privilege Host(s) Idle Location
* 0 con 0 15 idle 00:00:00
66 vty 0 zte 10 idle 00:54:18 100.100.100.30
67 vty 1 zte10 4 idle 00:57:26 100.100.100.30
68 vty 2 zte10 4 idle 00:56:09 100.100.100.30
ZXAN#

Output parameters:
Parameter
Description
Line

Terminal number for user login. In the example above, the values 0, 66, and 67 indicate
the connection number of control terminals, and the values 0 and 1 after vty indicate virtual
terminal numbers.
User

Login user name


Host

IP address of the destination server when a user telnets the server by using the local
equipment as a client. In other cases, it is "idle".
Idle

Idle time when the terminal does not perform any operation.
Location

Address of a client

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None

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Table of Contents
add-card.....................................................................................................................2-2
add-rack .....................................................................................................................2-2
add-shelf ....................................................................................................................2-3
add-subcard ...............................................................................................................2-4
clear processor details ...............................................................................................2-5
del-card ......................................................................................................................2-5
del-rack ......................................................................................................................2-6
del-shelf .....................................................................................................................2-7
del-subcard ................................................................................................................2-8
power-enable .............................................................................................................2-8
qry..............................................................................................................................2-9
reboot.......................................................................................................................2-10
reset-card.................................................................................................................2-11
reset-subcard ...........................................................................................................2-11
set-pnp.....................................................................................................................2-12
show card.................................................................................................................2-13
show card type .........................................................................................................2-14
show cpu-load-detail ................................................................................................2-15
show pnp..................................................................................................................2-16
show processor ........................................................................................................2-17
show rack.................................................................................................................2-18
show shelf ................................................................................................................2-18
show subcard ...........................................................................................................2-19
show summer-time config.........................................................................................2-20
show switch-board diag-port mode ...........................................................................2-21
show switch-board uplink-port mode ........................................................................2-22
show system-forwarding-mode .................................................................................2-23
show system-monitor ...............................................................................................2-23
swap ........................................................................................................................2-24
switch-board diag-port ..............................................................................................2-25
switch-board uplink-port ...........................................................................................2-26
system-forwarding-mode ..........................................................................................2-27
system-monitor endless-loop duration ......................................................................2-28
system-monitor endless-loop reboot .........................................................................2-29
system-monitor task-suspend-reboot........................................................................2-30
system-monitor watchdog.........................................................................................2-30
system-monitor watchdog-duration...........................................................................2-31

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2.1 add-card
Syntax
add-card [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 name1

Function
This command adds a card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

name1 Card type -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to add a GUSQ card in slot 22:
ZXAN(config)#add-card slotno 22 GUSQ

Related Commands
2.6 del-card

2.2 add-rack
Syntax
add-rack rackno number1 racktype name1

Function
This command adds a rack.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

name1 Rack type -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to add rack 1:
ZXAN(config)#add-rack rackno 1 racktype ETSI21

Related Commands
2.7 del-rack

2.3 add-shelf
Syntax
add-shelf [rackno number1 ] shelfno number2 shelftype name1

Function
This command adds a shelf.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

name1 Shelf type -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

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Examples
The following example shows how to add shelf 1:
ZXAN(config)#add-shelf rackno 1 shelfno 1 shelftype ETSI_SHELF

Related Commands
2.8 del-shelf

2.4 add-subcard
Syntax
add-subcard [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 subcardno number3 name1

Function
This command adds a subcard.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

number3 Subcard number Range: 1–4

name1 Subcard type -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to add an MAPP subcard:
ZXAN(config)#add-subcard rackno 1 shelfno 1 slotno 11 subcardno 1 ?
CKWSA Uplink optical and clock daughter card
UCDC/1 Uplink optical and clock daughter card
UCDC/2 Uplink optical and clock daughter card
UCDC/3 Uplink optical and clock daughter card
UCDC/4 Uplink optical and clock daughter card
VOIP Voice processor daughter card
XPON Voice processor daughter card

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Related Commands
2.9 del-subcard

2.5 clear processor details


Syntax
clear processor details {name1 |name2 }

Function
This command clears the extreme value of the CPU usage.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 History -

name2 Current -

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to clear the extreme value of the CPU usage:
ZXAN#clear processor details current

Related Commands
None

2.6 del-card
Syntax
del-card [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1

Function
This command deletes a card.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to delete the card in slot 3:
ZXAN(config)#del-card slotno 3

Confirm to delete card? [yes/no]:yes

Related Commands
2.1 add-card

2.7 del-rack
Syntax
del-rack rackno number1

Function
This command deletes a rack.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Shelf number 1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

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Examples
The following example shows how to delete rack 1:
ZXAN(config)#del-rack rackno 1

Confirm to delete rack? [yes/no]:yes

Related Commands
2.2 add-rack

2.8 del-shelf
Syntax
del-shelf [rackno number1 ] shelfno number2

Function
This command deletes a shelf.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to delete shelf 1:

ZXAN(config)#del-shelf shelfno 1

Confirm to delete shelf? [yes/no]:yes

Related Commands
2.3 add-shelf

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2.9 del-subcard
Syntax
del-subcard [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 subcardno number3

Function
This command deletes a subcard.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

number3 Subcard number Range: 1–4

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to delete subcard 1 in slot 10:
ZXAN(config)#del-subcard rackno 1 shelfno 1 slotno 10 subcardno 1

Confirm to delete sub card? [yes/no]:yes

Related Commands
2.4 add-subcard

2.10 power-enable
Syntax
power-enable [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1
no power-enable [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1

Function
This command enables or disables power-on for a card in a specified slot.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to enable power-on for a card in slot 1:
ZXAN#power-enable rackno 1 shelfno 1 slotno 1

Confirm to enable or no enable power to card? [yes/no]:yes

Related Commands
None

2.11 qry
Syntax
qry [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ]

Function
This command determines changeover conditions of the active main control card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

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Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to determine changeover conditions of the active main
control card:
ZXAN#qry
MP is ready to changeover!

Related Commands
None

2.12 reboot
Syntax
reboot [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ]

Function
This command reboots an OLT.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to reboot an OLT:
ZXAN#reboot

Related Commands
None

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2.13 reset-card
Syntax
reset-card [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1

Function
This command resets a card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

number3 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to reset the card in slot 1:
ZXAN#reset-card rackno 1 shelfno 1 slotno 1

Confirm to reset card? [yes/no]:yes

Related Commands
2.12 reboot

2.14 reset-subcard
Syntax
reset-subcard [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 subcardno number3

Function
This command resets a subcard.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

number3 Subcard number 1–4

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to reset the subcard in slot 10:
ZXAN#reset-subcard rackno 1 shelfno 1 slotno 10 subcardno 1
Confirm to reset subcard? [yes/no]:

Related Commands
None

2.15 set-pnp
Syntax
set-pnp name1

Function
This command enables or disables Plug and Play (PnP) of a card for the NE.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 PnP configuration switch -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

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Examples
The following example shows how to enable PnP of a card:
ZXAN(config)#set-pnp enable

Related Commands
2.19 show pnp

2.16 show card


Syntax
show card [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command displays information about a configured card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display information about a configured card:
ZXAN#show card
Rack Shelf Slot CfgType RealType Port HardVer SoftVer Status
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 1 PRWG PRWG 0 INSERVICE
1 1 10 SCXN SCXN 4 120900 V2.0.0 INSERVICE
1 1 11 SCXN 4 OFFLINE

Related Commands
2.1 add-card

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2.17 show card type


Syntax
show card type name1

Function
This command displays card information by card type.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Card type -

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display card information by card type:
ZXAN#show card type ALL
Position : 1/1/1
Type : PRWG Real Type : PRWG
Status : INSERVICE Port Number : 0
Memory Size : N/A. CPU Type : N/A.
CPU Usage : N/A. Memory Usage : N/A.
Serial Number : ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZPCB Version : N/A.
CPLD Version : N/A.
Boot Version : N/A.
Software Version : N/A.
Board Up Time : N/A.

Position : 1/1/10
Type : SCXN Real Type : SCXN
Status : INSERVICE Port Number : 4
Memory Size : 1024MB CPU Type : PowerPC Processor
CPU Usage : 15% Memory Usage : 35%
Serial Number : xu jun PCB Version : 120900
CPLD Version : V9.2

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Boot Version : V4.0.0 2013-03-22 10:50:14


Software Version : V2.0.0 2013-03-20 01:01:48
Board Up Time : 0 Days, 0 Hours, 7 Minutes, 7 Seconds

Related Commands
None

2.18 show cpu-load-detail


Syntax
show cpu-load-detail [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command shows the multi-core CPU usage (only the SCTMB is supported). To view
CPU usages of other boards, use the show processor command.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1–1

number2 Shelf number 1–1

slot1 Slot number 0–22

Mode
Any mode except user mode

Usage Guidelines
This command shows the usage of a specified CPU (the CPU usage is displayed every
five seconds, every one minute, and every five minutes respectively).
CPU1 counts the usage of CPU1 where the appver process is running.
CPU2 counts the usage of CPU4 where the Ethernet interface packets are processed.
CPU3 counts the usage of CPU8 where the mcast program is running.
CPU4 counts the usage of CPU10 where the L3 program is running.

Examples
ZXAN#show cpu-load-detail
Rack Shelf Slot CPU CPU(5s) CPU(1m) CPU(5m)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 11 Summary 1% 1% 1%

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ZXAN#show cpu-load-detail slotno 11


Rack Shelf Slot CPU CPU(5s) CPU(1m) CPU(5m)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 11 Summary 1% 1% 1%
Detail:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 11 CPU1 1% 1% 1%
1 1 11 CPU2 1% 1% 1%
1 1 11 CPU3 1% 1% 1%
1 1 11 CPU4 1% 1% 1%

Related Commands
2.20 show processor

2.19 show pnp


Syntax
show pnp

Function
This command displays the PnP state.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the PnP state:

ZXAN#show pnp
Equipment PNP function is enable.

Related Commands
2.15 set-pnp

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2.20 show processor


Syntax
show processor [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command displays statistical information about system resources, such as CPU
utilization, memory usage.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
This command displays statistical resource information about a specified CPU, such as
CPU utilization (displayed at 5-second, 1-minute, and 5-minute intervals respectively),
amount of memory, and memory usage.

Examples
The following example shows how to display statistical information about C320 system
resources:

ZXAN(config)#show processor
Rack Shelf Slot CPU(5s) CPU(1m) CPU(5m) PhyMem(MB) Memory
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 1 20% 21% 21% 1024 16%
1 1 2 12% 11% 11% 512 19%
1 1 3 11% 10% 19% 1024 28%
1 1 4 11% 10% 11% 1024 30%

Related Commands
None

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2.21 show rack


Syntax
show rack [rackno number1 ]

Function
This command displays information about a rack.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display information about rack 1:
ZXAN#show rack rackno 1
Rack RackType SupShelfNum CfgShelfNum
--------------------------------------------------
1 ETSI21 1 1

Related Commands
2.2 add-rack
2.7 del-rack

2.22 show shelf


Syntax
show shelf [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ]

Function
This command displays information about a configured shelf.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display information about a configured shelf:
ZXAN#show shelf
Rack Shelf ShelfType CleiCode Serial-Number Power(W) Voltage(V) Current(A)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 ETSI_SHELF UNKNOWN 987654321 170.382 48.949 3.481

Related Commands
2.3 add-shelf

2.8 del-shelf

2.23 show subcard


Syntax
show subcard [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ] [subcardno number3 ]

Function
This command displays a subcard.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

number3 Subcard number Range: 1–2

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Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display information about a subcard:
ZXAN(config)#show subcard
Rack Shelf Slot Subcard CfgType RealType Port SoftVer Status PhySlot
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 10 1 VOIP 0 N/A. OFFLINE N/A
1 1 11 1 VOIP 0 N/A. UNKNOWN N/A

Related Commands
2.4 add-subcard
2.9 del-subcard

2.24 show summer-time config


Syntax
show summer-time config

Function
This command shows the DST configuration information.
The configuration information includes the DST name, whether the DST is enabled, DST
start time, and DST end time.

Parameters
None

Mode
Any mode except user mode

Usage Guidelines
This command shows the DST configuration information.

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Examples
ZXAN#show summer-time con
DSTname : CDT
Enable flag : Disable
Recurring flag : Recurring
Offset value : 60 minutes
StartDate : 1st Sun Jan 00:00:00
EndDate : 1st Sun May 00:00:00
ZXAN#show summer-time con
DSTname : CDT
Enable flag : Disable
Recurring flag : Recurring
Offset value : 60 minutes
StartDate : 1st Sun Jan 00:00:00
EndDate : 1st Sun May 00:00:00
ZXAN#

Related Commands
clock summer-time

2.25 show switch-board diag-port mode


Syntax
show switch-board diag-port mode

Function
This command displays the configuration modes of the diagnostic port on the main control
card.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

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Examples
The following example shows how to display the configuration modes of the diagnostic
port on the main control card:
ZXAN(config)#show switch-board diag-port mode
switch board diag port is enable.

Related Commands
2.30 switch-board diag-port

2.26 show switch-board uplink-port mode


Syntax
show switch-board uplink-port mode

Function
This command displays the configuration modes of the service port on the main control
card.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the configuration modes of the service port
on the main control card:
ZXAN(config)#show switch-board uplink-port mode
switch board uplink port running mode is disable.
switch board uplink port configure mode is disable.

Related Commands
2.31 switch-board uplink-port

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2.27 show system-forwarding-mode


Syntax
show system-forwarding-mode

Function
This command displays the configuration mode and running mode of the forwarding table
in the switch chip.

Parameters
None

Mode
Any mode except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
ZXAN#show system-forwarding-mode
system forwarding running mode is normal-mode.
system forwarding configure mode is normal-mode.

Related Commands
2.32 system-forwarding-mode

2.28 show system-monitor


Syntax
show system-monitor [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno number3 ]

Function
This command displays information about system monitoring.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

number3 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display information about system monitoring:
ZXAN#show system-monitor
Loc Cfg Real Watchdog Duration suspendReboot endlessDuration Reboot
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/01 GTGH GTGHG disable 3 all 75 disable
1/1/02 GTGO GTGOG disable 3 all 75 disable
1/1/03 SMXA SMXA disable 3 all 75 disable
1/1/04 SMXA SMXA disable 3 all 75 disable

Related Commands
None

2.29 swap
Syntax
swap [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command forces an active/standby switch.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

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Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to force an active/standby switch:
ZXAN#swap

Related Commands
None

2.30 switch-board diag-port


Syntax
switch-board diag-port name1

Function
This command sets the configuration modes of the diagnostic port on the main control
card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 enable: Enables the diagnostic Default: disable


port on the main control card.
disable: Disables the diagnostic
port on the main control card.

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
A diagnostic port is an electrical interface and used to locate faults for traffic mirroring
by servicing staff. The diagnostic port on the panel is supported only by the SCXN card.
If the diagnostic port is enabled, the egress service flow from the original panel 4 is
interrupted because the diagnostic port shares the same switching chip port with port 4
on the panel of the main control card. In addition, the configuration of the switching chip
port set by the original panel 4 will affect traffic mirroring; therefore, it is necessary to clear
the configuration of the original service port. When the diagnostic port is disabled, the

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configuration of the original service port should be resumed. It is the users' responsibility
to ensure both the clearing and resuming operations.
If this command is used for the main control card that does not support the diagnostic port
on the panel, an error message is displayed.
Run the show switch-board diag-port mode command to display the completed
configuration.

Examples
The following example shows how to enable the diagnostic port on the panel of the SCXN
card:
ZXAN(config)#switch-board diag-port enable
The configuration will result in the data stream of corresponding uplink port in
terruption!Confirm to execute? [y/n][]y

Related Commands
2.25 show switch-board diag-port mode

2.31 switch-board uplink-port


Syntax
switch-board uplink-port name1

Function
This command configures the configuration modes of the service port on the main control
card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 enable: Enables the service -


port on the main control card.
disable: Disables the service
port on the main control card.

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
For the SCXN card, the service port on the main control card shares the same switching
chip resource with service port 3 and 4 on the directly-connected uplink card, and the
physical lines are switched by an electronic switch. Therefore, this command acts as an

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electronic switch to switch between the service ports on the directly-connected uplink card
and the service port on the SCXN main control card. Other main control cards do not
support the switching executed by this command.
This command is available for all the main control cards. Therefore, it is necessary to
configure a correct default mode for the main cards that do not support service port
switching on the main control card, main control card service port mode for the SMXA
card and non-main control card service port mode for other cards by default.
If this command is used for the main control card that does not support switching, an error
message is displayed. For the SCXN card, the service port on the main control card can
be enabled only in load sharing mode.
Run the show switch-board uplink-port mode command to display the completed
configuration.

Examples
The following example shows how to enable the service port on the panel of the SCXN
card:
ZXAN(config)#switch-board uplink-port enable
To make configuration changes to take effect, you must write and restart the sys
tem!Press any key to continue.[]y

Related Commands
2.26 show switch-board uplink-port mode

2.32 system-forwarding-mode
Syntax
system-forwarding-mode name1

Function
This command configures the forwarding mode of the switch chip. Five forwarding
modes are available: normal-mode, large-mac-table-mode, large-l3-table-mode,
large-l3-table-learn-mac-mode, and ipv6-ext-mode.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Forwarding mode -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

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Usage Guidelines
SCTMB supports all the four forwarding modes. SCXN supports normal-mode and
large-l3-table-learn-mac-mode. The other cards do not support this command.

Examples
ZXAN(config)#system-forwarding-mode large-l3-table-learn-mac-mode
You must write and restart your system for the configuration changes to take effect!
Continue to execute? [y/n][]

Related Commands
2.27 show system-forwarding-mode

2.33 system-monitor endless-loop duration


Syntax
system-monitor endless-loop duration [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 value
number3

Function
This command modifies the detection threshold of an endless-loop task.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–1

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–1

Slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

number3 Detection threshold of an Range: 1–100


endless-loop task

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to modify the detection threshold of an endless-loop
task:
ZXAN(config)#system-monitor endless-loop duration rackno 1 shelfno 1 slotno 11 value 25

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Related Commands
None

2.34 system-monitor endless-loop reboot


Syntax
system-monitor endless-loop reboot [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 name1

Function
This command enables the endless-loop reboot strategy for a task.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number. Range: 1–1

number2 Shelf number. Range: 1–1

slot1 Slot number. Range: 0–22

name1 enable: Enables the -


endless-loop reboot function.
disable: Disables the
endless-loop reboot function.

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
Run this command to determine whether to reboot a card when the detection threshold of
an endless-loop task is reached.

Examples
The following example shows how to enable the endless-loop reboot strategy:

ZXAN(config)#system-monitor endless-loop reboot rackno 1 shelfno 1 slotno 11 enable

Related Commands
None

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2.35 system-monitor task-suspend-reboot


Syntax
system-monitor task-suspend-reboot [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 name1

Function
This command configures a monitoring strategy when a task is suspended.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–1

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

name1 Endless loop strategy -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to configure a monitoring strategy when a task is
suspended:

ZXAN(config)#system-monitor task-suspend-reboot rackno 1 shelfno 1 slotno 11 all

Related Commands
None

2.36 system-monitor watchdog


Syntax
system-monitor watchdog [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 name1

Function
This command enables or disables a watchdog.

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Parameters
Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number. Range: 1–1

number2 Shelf number. Range: 1–1

slot1 Slot number. Range: 0–22

name1 enable: Enables the watchdog -


function.
disable: Disables the watchdog
function.

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
With a watchdog enabled, a card is rebooted immediately when the function is disabled.

Examples
The following example shows how to enable a watchdog:
ZXAN(config)#system-monitor watchdog rackno 1 shelfno 2 slotno 3 enable

Related Commands
None

2.37 system-monitor watchdog-duration


Syntax
system-monitor watchdog-duration [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 value
number3

Function
This command modifies the wait time for endless-loop task monitoring.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number. Range: 1–1

number2 Shelf number. Range: 1–1

slot1 Slot number. Range: 0–22

number3 Watchdog duration Range: 1–60

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Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to modify the wait time for endless-loop task monitoring:
ZXAN(config)#system-monitor watchdog-duration rackno 1 shelfno 2 slotno 3 value 34

Related Commands
None

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Table of Contents
env-switch add-device ................................................................................................3-1
env-switch switch .......................................................................................................3-2
fan card-critical-protect ...............................................................................................3-3
fan control fixed-speed ...............................................................................................3-4
fan control temp_level ................................................................................................3-4
fan env-card-device....................................................................................................3-5
fan env-serial-baudrate...............................................................................................3-6
fan env-uplink-device .................................................................................................3-7
fan epm ......................................................................................................................3-8
fan power-save...........................................................................................................3-9
fan power-save-action ..............................................................................................3-10
fan reset ...................................................................................................................3-10
fan speed .................................................................................................................3-11
fan speed-percent-set ..............................................................................................3-12
fan temp-protect .......................................................................................................3-13
fan temp-protect-action.............................................................................................3-14
fan temp-zone ..........................................................................................................3-15
fan update-version....................................................................................................3-16
show card-power ......................................................................................................3-16
show card-temperature.............................................................................................3-17
show env-switch device............................................................................................3-18
show env-switch switch ............................................................................................3-20
show fan ..................................................................................................................3-20

3.1 env-switch add-device


Syntax
env-switch add-device name1

no env-switch add-device name1

Function
This command adds an environmental device.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Environmental device name -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
Only C320 supports this command.
User can add the device ID from 51 to 100 in the command line, with 1–50 reserved.
To delete an environmental device, use the no form of this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to add an environmental device:
ZXAN(config)#env-switch add-device power

Related Commands
3.21 show env-switch device

3.2 env-switch switch


Syntax
env-switch switch number1 {device name1 |normal-status number2 |name2 }
no env-switch switch number1

Function
This command associates a device to a switch value.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Environmental device name Range: 1–8

name1 Environmental device name -

number2 Environmental device name Range: 0–1

name2 Environmental device name -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

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Usage Guidelines
Only C320 supports this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to associate the device d to a switch value:
ZXAN(config)#env-switch switch 1 device d

Related Commands
3.22 show env-switch switch

3.3 fan card-critical-protect


Syntax
fan card-critical-protect {enable |disable }

Function
This command configures the card over-temperature protection function.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

enable Enables the card -


over-temperature threshold
for the red temperature zone.

disable Disables the card -


over-temperature threshold
for the red temperature zone.

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
ZXAN(config)#fan card-critical-protect ?
disable Set card-critical-protect disable
enable Set card-critical-protect enable

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After this command is executed, you can view the configuration result from
CardCritialTempProtection, which is in the execution result of the show fan command.

Related Commands
None

3.4 fan control fixed-speed


Syntax
fan control fixed-speed

Function
This command sets the fan control mode to fixed-speed mode (manual regulation).

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
Two modes are available for controlling the fans: fixed-speed mode and
temperature-based control mode.

Examples
The following example shows how to switch the fan control mode to fixed-speed mode:
ZXAN(config)#fan control fixed-speed

Related Commands
3.23 show fan

3.5 fan control temp_level


Syntax
fan control temp_level number1 number2 number3 number4 [rackno number5 ] [shelfno number6
]

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Function
This command configures four temperature thresholds for fan temperature-based control
mode.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Temperature level one (°C) Range: 10–55

number2 Temperature level two (°C) Range: 15–60


number 1 < number 2 < 60°C

number3 Temperature level three (°C) Range: 20–65


number 2 < number 3 < 65°C

number4 Temperature level four (°C) Range: 25–70


number 3 < number 4 < 70°C

number5 Rack number 1

number6 Shelf number 1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
Two modes are available for controlling the fans: fixed-speed mode and
temperature-based control mode.

Examples
The following example shows how to switch the fan control mode to temperature-based
control mode and set four temperature levels:
ZXAN(config)#fan control temp_level 10 20 30 40

Related Commands
3.23 show fan

3.6 fan env-card-device


Syntax
fan env-card-device name1
no fan env-card-device

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Function
This command configures the external serial-port device (for example, EPM; the cicg/cick
can be directly used as the environment monitoring card) for the environment monitoring
card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Type of the device connected -


to the environment monitoring
card

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to configure the EPM connected to the environment
monitoring card:

ZXAN(config)#fan env-card-device epm

The following example shows how to configure the cicg/cick as the environment monitoring
card:
ZXAN(config)#fan env-card-device power

The following example shows how to cancel the configured environment monitoring card:

ZXAN(config)#no fan env-card-device

Related Commands
3.23 show fan

3.7 fan env-serial-baudrate


Syntax
fan env-serial-baudrate name1
no fan env-serial-baudrate

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Function
This command configures the baud rate of the external environment monitoring device.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Baud rate -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to configure the ETM baud rate to 57600:
ZXAN(config)#fan env-serial-baudrate 57600

The following example shows how to configure the ETM baud rate to 9600:
ZXAN(config)#fan env-serial-baudrate 9600

Related Commands
3.23 show fan

3.8 fan env-uplink-device


Syntax
fan env-uplink-device
no fan env-uplink-device

Function
This command configures the uplink ETMB device function.

Parameters
None

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

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Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to configure the uplink EPM device function:
ZXAN(config)#fan env-uplink-device

The following example shows how to cancel the configured uplink EPM device function:
ZXAN(config)#no fan env-uplink-device

Related Commands
3.8 fan env-uplink-device
3.23 show fan

3.9 fan epm


Syntax
fan epm {enable |disable }

Function
This command enables the EPM configuration.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

enable Enables the EPM configuration. -

disable Disables the EPM configuration. -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to enable the EPM configuration:
ZXAN(config)#fan epm enable

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The following example shows how to disable the EPM configuration:


ZXAN(config)#fan epm disable

Related Commands
3.23 show fan

3.10 fan power-save


Syntax
fan power-save {enable [action-delay number1 ] [recover-delay number2 ] |disable } [rackno
number3 ] [shelfno number4 ]

Function
This command sets the emergent power-saving function.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

enable Enables the emergent -


power-saving function

number1 Dejitter delay (minute) 0–1440

number2 Dejitter delay (minute) 0–1440

disable Disables the emergent -


power-saving function

number3 Rack No. 1–1

number4 Shelf No. 1–1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
This command enables or disables the emergent power-saving function. If the function
is enabled, this command also sets the following two delays: the time of waiting for the
action of shutting down services to take effect, and the time of waiting for services to be
recovered.

Examples
ZXAN(config)#fan power-save enable action-delay 20 recover-delay 5

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3.11 fan power-save-action


Syntax
fan power-save-action shutdown {[xpon ] [xdsl ] [p2p ] [narrowband ] }

Function
This command sets the types of services that are shut down by the emergent power-saving
function.

Parameters
None

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
This command sets the types of services that are shut down by the emergent power-saving
fuction.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the types of services that are shut down by the
emergent power-saving fuction. In this example, the service types are XPON and XDSL.
ZXAN(config)#fan power-save-action shutdown xpon xdsl

Related Commands
3.23 show fan

3.12 fan reset


Syntax
fan reset [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ]

Function
This command resets a fan.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 1–1

number2 1–1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
The 320 fan does not support the command.

Examples
ZXAN(config)#fan reset

Related Commands
None

3.13 fan speed


Syntax
fan speed number1 [fanid number2 ] [rackno number3 ] [shelfno number4 ]

Function
This command sets the speed level of a fan at a fixed speed (only in fixed-speed mode).

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Fan speed level Range: 0–4

number2 Fan unit number Range: 1–10

number3 Rack number 1

number4 Shelf number 1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
Up to 5 speed levels can be configured, each with a fixed value.

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Examples
The following example shows how to set the speed level of a fan to 2:
ZXAN(config)#fan speed 2

ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
3.23 show fan

3.14 fan speed-percent-set


Syntax
fan speed-percent-set number1 number2 number3 number4 [rackno number5 ] [shelfno number6
]

Function
This command configures the duty ratio for four fan speed levels.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Duty ratio for speed level 1 Range: 10–97

number2 Duty ratio for speed level 2 Range: 11–98

number3 Duty ratio for speed level 3 Range: 12–99

number4 Duty ratio for speed level 4 Range: 13–100

number5 Rack number 1

number6 Shelf number 1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
Run this command to switch between fixed speed and temperature control mode.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the duty ratio for fan speed level 1 through 4 to
20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% respectively:

ZXAN(config)#fan speed-percent-set 20 30 40 50

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3.23 show fan

3.15 fan temp-protect


Syntax
fan temp-protect {enable [interval-time number1 ] |disable } [rackno number2 ] [shelfno numb
er3 ]

Function
This command provides the over-temperature protection function.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

enable Enables the over-temperature -


protection function for the yellow
temperature zone.

number1 Interval between shutting down 1–60


services of different priorities
due to over-temperature
protection (minute)

disable Disables the over-temperature -


protection function for the yellow
temperature zone.

number2 Rack No. 1–1

number3 Shelf No. 1–1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
This command enables or disables the over-temperature protection function. If the function
is enabled, this command also sets the interval between shutting down the first-priority
services and second-priority services.

Examples
ZXAN(config)#fan temp-protect enable interval-time 5

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If the over-temperature protection function is enabled, after the first-priority services


are shut down, you must wait for five minutes before shutting down the second-priority
services.

Related Commands
3.23 show fan

3.16 fan temp-protect-action


Syntax
fan temp-protect-action shutdown 1st {[xpon ] [xdsl ] [p2p ] [narrowband ] }[2nd {[xpon ] [xdsl
] [p2p ] [narrowband ] }]

Function
This command sets the types of services that are shut down due to over-temperature
protection.

Parameters
None

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
This command sets the types of services that are shut down due to over-temperature
protection. Two priorities are supported, and multiple servie types can be configured for
each priority.

Examples
ZXAN(config)#fan temp-protect-action shutdown 1st xpon xdsl p2p 2nd narrowband

Related Commands
3.23 show fan

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3.17 fan temp-zone


Syntax
fan temp-zone {[low-threshold number1 ] [high-threshold number2 ] [critical-threshold numbe
r3 ] }[rackno number4 ] [shelfno number5 ]

Function
This command sets the temperature thresholds.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Low temperature threshold (the –40 to 0


lowest temperature in the green
temperature zone)

number2 High temperature threshold 75–95


(the highest temperature in the
green temperature zone)

number3 High temperature threshold (the 80–160


lowest temperature in the red
temperature zone)

number4 Rack No. 1–1

number5 Shelf No. 1–1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
This command sets environment temperature thresholds, including low temperature
threshld, high temperature threshold, and critical temperature threshold.

Examples
ZXAN(config)#fan temp-zone low-threshold 0 high-threshold 75 critical-threshold 130

Related Commands
3.23 show fan

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3.18 fan update-version


Syntax
fan update-version [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ]

Function
This command updates the fan version.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 1–1

number2 1–1

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
The 320 fan does not support the command.

Examples
ZXAN(config)#fan update-version

Related Commands
None

3.19 show card-power


Syntax
show card-power [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command displays the power consumption of a card.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the power consumption of all card:
ZXAN(config)#show card-power
-----------------------------------------------------------
Rack Shelf Slot RealType Power(W) Voltage(V) Current(A)
-----------------------------------------------------------
1 1 0 N/A. N/A. N/A.
1 1 2 N/A. N/A. N/A.
1 1 6 SCTMB N/A. N/A. N/A.
1 1 7 SCTMB N/A. N/A. N/A.
1 1 9 GTGOG 18.447 47.543 0.388
1 1 10 N/A. N/A. N/A.
1 1 12 PRWG N/A. N/A. N/A.
FAN(FCWR) 46.350 48.000 0.966

Related Commands
None

3.20 show card-temperature


Syntax
show card-temperature [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command displays the temperature of a card.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1

number2 Shelf number Range: 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the temperature of all cards:
ZXAN#show card-temperature
All cards temperature(deg c):
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rack Shelf Slot Temperature Temperature(5m) Temperature(1h) Temperature(24h)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 1 N/A. N/A. N/A. N/A.
1 1 10 59 58 58 56
1 1 11 N/A. N/A. N/A. N/A.

Related Commands
None

3.21 show env-switch device


Syntax
show env-switch device

Function
This command displays the configured environmental devices.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

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Usage Guidelines
User can add the device ID from 51 to 100 in the command line, with 1–50 reserved.

Examples
The following example shows how to display the configured environmental device:
ZXAN(config)#show env-switch device
All Existing Env Devices:
------------------------------------------------------------------
1 2nd-Power-Monitor
2 Input-Fan-Monitor
3 Heat-Exchager
4 MAIN-FAIL
5 SENSOR-FAIL
6 RECTIFIER-FAIL
7 LOAD/BATT,MCB-TRIP
8 TEMP.AUX.FAIL
9 SURGE-FILTER-FAIL
10 Distribution-Frame
11 FanTray-Online-Signal
12 Smoke-Sensor-Link
13 Other-Smoke-Sensor
14 Other-Gate-Sensor
15 Digital-AC-Fault
16 Digital-AC-Power-off
17 Digital-Diesel-Alarms
18 AC-Power-Input-Fault
19 Power-Rectifier-Fault
20 Power-Battery-Voltage-Low
21 Power-Load-Fuse-Break
22 AVG-Charging-of-Power-Batteries
23 Power-Output-Voltage-High
24 Defend-Thunder-Equipment-Fault
25 Circuit-Breaker-Trip
26 Storage-Battery-Voltage-Low
51 d

Related Commands
3.1 env-switch add-device

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3.22 show env-switch switch


Syntax
show env-switch switch

Function
This command displays the configured switch values.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the configured switch values:
ZXAN(config)#show env-switch switch
index Trap Normal Current Device
------------------------------------------------------------------
1 disable 0 -2
2 disable 0 -2
3 disable 0 -2
4 disable 0 -2
5 disable 0 -2
6 disable 0 -2
7 disable 0 -2
8 disable 0 -2

Related Commands
3.2 env-switch switch

3.23 show fan


Syntax
show fan [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ]

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Function
This command displays the information of all the fans.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
Run this command with parameters, the information of the specified fan is displayed.
Run this command without parameters, the information of all the fans is displayed.

Examples
The following example shows how to display the information of all the fans:
ZXAN#show fan
Shelf : 1
epm : env-uplink device
FanControlType : temperature-control
TemperatureThreshold : 10 30 38 46 (deg c)
FanSpeedLevelPercent : 20% 35% 50% 75%
CriticalTemperatureThreshold : 160(deg c)
HighTemperatureThreshold : 75(deg c)
LowTemperatureThreshold : -20(deg c)
Environment Temperature : 30(deg c)
EnvTemperatureProtect : disable
EnvPowerMode : Mains Supply
CardCritialTempProtection : enable
EnvPowerOffProtect : disable
Upper Fanboard Status : online
Fan SN : 123456789456
FAN FW Version : V2.0.0
Fan Temperature : 28(deg c)
All fan units actual status:
----------------------------------------------
FanUnitId SpeedLevel ActualSpeed(RPM)
----------------------------------------------
1 3 2300
2 3 2340

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4 3 2300
----------------------------------------------

Related Commands
None

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auto-backup condition cfg-changed ............................................................................4-2
auto-backup period.....................................................................................................4-2
auto-update................................................................................................................4-3
auto-update check-period...........................................................................................4-4
auto-update manual ...................................................................................................4-5
file-server ...................................................................................................................4-6
file-server auto-update ...............................................................................................4-7
file-server boot-server ................................................................................................4-8
file-server performance-server..................................................................................4-10
license install............................................................................................................4-11
manual-backup.........................................................................................................4-11
patch active..............................................................................................................4-12
patch deactive ..........................................................................................................4-13
show auto-backup condition configure......................................................................4-14
show auto-backup period configure ..........................................................................4-14
show auto-backup progress......................................................................................4-15
show auto-update check-period configure ................................................................4-16
show auto-update check-result.................................................................................4-17
show auto-update configure .....................................................................................4-17
show auto-update progress ......................................................................................4-18
show compound-version...........................................................................................4-19
show file-server ........................................................................................................4-20
show license default .................................................................................................4-21
show license individual .............................................................................................4-23
show license install-status ........................................................................................4-24
show license running................................................................................................4-25
show patch-running ..................................................................................................4-26
show patch-saved ....................................................................................................4-27
show sub-version-running ........................................................................................4-28
show updatecpld ......................................................................................................4-29
show version-running ...............................................................................................4-30
show version-saved..................................................................................................4-31
swapver ...................................................................................................................4-32
update-boot..............................................................................................................4-32
update-cpld ..............................................................................................................4-33
update-sub-boot .......................................................................................................4-34

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4.1 auto-backup condition cfg-changed


Syntax
auto-backup condition cfg-changed hold-off-time number1 max-hold-off-time number2
no auto-backup condition cfg-changed

Function
This command configures a conditional backup and a delay time for it.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Delay hours Range: 1–8760

number2 Maximum hours Range: 1–8760

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
An automatic backup server should be configured before backup.

Examples
The following example shows how to configure a conditional backup when a configuration
file is changed. In this example, the configuration file is automatically backed up after a
one-hour delay, and is definitely backed up after up to a two-hour delay.
ZXAN(config)#auto-backup condition cfg-changed hold-off-time 1 max-hold-off-time 2

Related Commands
file-server auto-backup
4.14 show auto-backup condition configure
4.1 auto-backup condition cfg-changed
show auto-backup progress condition

4.2 auto-backup period


Syntax
auto-backup period name1 time1 name2 number1 number2 interval number3
no auto-backup period name1

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Function
This command enables automatic backup and sets the start time and interval.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 File type -

time1 Start time -

name2 Month -

number1 Day Range: 1–31

number2 Year Range: 2001–2098

number3 Interval, in hours Range: 1–8760

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
An automatic backup server should be configured before backup.

Examples
The following example shows how to set automatic backups of all types from
2011-1-5 15:00:00 every one hour:
ZXAN(config)#auto-backup period all 15:00:00 jan 5 2011 interval 1

Related Commands
4.15 show auto-backup period configure
show auto-backup progress period
4.2 auto-backup period

4.3 auto-update
Syntax
auto-update {backup name1 |activate name2 }

Function
This command enables backup and activation for automatic update.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Enables the backup function. -

name2 Enables the activation function. -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
If backup is enabled, the older version of the NE is backed up to the server before version
update.
If activation is enabled, the line card reboots to run the new version after version update.
The main control card does not reboot, but switches the activation tag to the updated
version instead.

Examples
The following example shows how to enable backup and activation for automatic update:
ZXAN(config)#auto-update backup enable
ZXAN(config)#auto-update activate enable

Related Commands
4.5 auto-update manual

4.4 auto-update check-period


Syntax
auto-update check-period time1 name1 number1 number2 interval number3
no auto-update check-period

Function
This command configures a start time and cycle for an automatic update check.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

time1 Start time -

name1 Month -

number1 Date Range: 1–31

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Parameter Description Value

number2 Year Range: 2001–2098

number3 Cycle hours Range: 1–8760

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
An automatic update server should be configured before automatic update check.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the start time of an automatic update to 2011-1-5;
15:00:00 with a one-hour cycle:
ZXAN(config)#auto-update check-period 15:00:00 jan 5 2011 interval 1

Related Commands
4.7 file-server auto-update
4.17 show auto-update check-period configure
4.18 show auto-update check-result
4.4 auto-update check-period

4.5 auto-update manual


Syntax
auto-update manual

Function
This command updates the version file checked by an automatic update process to the
NE manually.

Parameters
None

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

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Examples
The following example shows how to update the version file checked by an automatic
update process to the NE manually:
ZXAN#auto-update manual

Related Commands
4.4 auto-update check-period
4.3 auto-update
4.17 show auto-update check-period configure
4.18 show auto-update check-result

4.6 file-server
Syntax
file-server name1 name2 server-index number1 [{vrf name3 |mng } ] {ftp ipaddress ip_addr1
[path name4 ] user name5 password name6 |sftp ipaddress ip_addr2 [path name7 ] user name8
password name9 }
no file-server name1 name2 server-index number1

Function
This command configures the file servers for automatic backup and manual backup.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 File backup mode -

name2 Backup file type -

number1 Server index Range: 1–2

name3 VPN -

mng Management port -

ip_addr1 Server IP address -

name4 Sub-path name, 3-256 -


characters

name5 User name, 3-35 characters -

name6 Password, 3-35 characters -

ip_addr2 Server IP address -

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Parameter Description Value

name7 Sub-path name, 3-256 -


characters

name8 User name, 3-35 characters -

name9 Password, 3-35 characters -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
A file server must be configured before an automatic or manual backup.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the file server for automatically backing up all file
types. In this example, the server IP address is 136.1.10.200, server index is 1, FTP is
used, relative path is backup, user name is zte, and password is zte.
ZXAN(config)#file-server auto-backup all server-index 1 ftp ipaddress 136.1.10.200 path backup u

Related Commands
4.2 auto-backup period

4.22 show file-server

4.7 file-server auto-update


Syntax
file-server auto-update server-index number1 [{vrf name1 |mng } ] {ftp ipaddress ip_addr1 [p
ath name2 ] user name3 password name4 |sftp ipaddress ip_addr2 [path name5 ] user name6
password name7 }
no file-server auto-update server-index number1

Function
This command configures information about a file server for an automatic update check.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

number1 Server index Range: 1–2

name1 VPN -

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Parameter Description Value

mng Management port -

ip_addr1 Server IP address -

name2 Sub-path name, 3-256 -


characters

name3 User name, 3-35 characters -

name4 Password, 3-35 characters -

ip_addr2 Server IP address -

name5 Sub-path name, 3-256 -


characters

name6 User name, 3-35 characters -

name7 Password, 3-35 characters -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
An automatic update server should be configured before automatic update check.

Examples
The following example shows how to configure information about a file server for
an automatic update check. In this example, the IP address of the server is set to
136.1.10.200, the server index to 1, protocol to FTP, path to update, and both the user
name and password to zte.
ZXAN(config)#file-server auto-update server-index 1 ftp ipaddress 136.1.10.200 path
update user zte password zte

Related Commands
show file-server auto-update
4.4 auto-update check-period

4.8 file-server boot-server


Syntax
file-server boot-server [{vrf name1 |mng } ] {ftp ipaddress ip_addr1 [path name2 ] user name3
password name4 |sftp ipaddress ip_addr2 [path name5 ] user name6 password name7 }
no file-server boot-server

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Function
This command configures information about a file server for file upload and download.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 VPN, 1–32 characters -

mng Management port -

ip_addr1 Server IP address -

name2 Sub-path name, 3–256 -


characters

name3 User name, 3–35 characters -

name4 Password, 3–35 characters -

ip_addr2 Server IP address -

name5 Sub-path name, 3–256 -


characters

name6 User name, 3–35 characters -

name7 Password, 3–35 characters -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
A file server should be configured before file upload and download.

Examples
The following example shows how to configure information about a file server for file upload
and download. In this example, the IP address of the server is set to 140.1.0.58, protocol
to FTP, path to download, and both user name and password to zte.
ZXAN(config)#file-server boot-server ftp ipaddress 140.1.0.58 path download user zte
password zte

Related Commands
7.4 file download

7.6 file upload

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4.9 file-server performance-server


Syntax
file-server performance-server name1 server-index number1 [{vrf name2 |mng } ] {ftp ipaddre
ss ip_addr1 [path name3 ] user name4 password name5 |sftp ipaddress ip_addr2 [path name6 ]
user name7 password name8 }
no file-server performance-server name1 server-index number1

Function
This command configures the upload-download server for a performance file.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Type of the file uploaded -


automatically

number1 Server index Range: 1–2

name2 VPN -

mng Management port -

ip_addr1 Server IP address -

name3 Sub-path name, 3–256 -


characters

name4 User name, 3–35 characters -

name5 Password, 3–35 characters -

ip_addr2 Server IP address -

name6 Sub-path name, 3–256 -


characters

name7 User name, 3–35 characters -

name8 Password, 3–35 characters -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to configure the upload-download server for a
performance file:

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ZXAN(config)#file-server performance-server download server-index 1 ftp ipaddress 140.1.0.58


path download user zte password zte

Related Commands
None

4.10 license install


Syntax
license install name1

Function
This command installs a license file.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 License file name, 1–64 -


characters

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to install a license file:
ZXAN#license install trial1.lcs

Related Commands
None

4.11 manual-backup
Syntax
manual-backup name1

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Function
This command implements a manual backup.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Backup file type -

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
A backup server should be configured before a manual backup.

Examples
The following example shows how to implement a manual backup:
ZXAN#manual-backup all

Related Commands
file-server manual-backup
show auto-backup progress manual

4.12 patch active


Syntax
patch active name1

Function
This command runs the specified patch. The patch is activated immediately and the status
changes to activated.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Patch name, 1–32 characters -

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

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Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to activate a patch:
ZXAN#patch active ftghav201p3t4_r0.pat
Active patch shelf 1 slot 15 success!

Set active flag of ftghav201p3t4_r0.pat success!

Related Commands
4.27 show patch-running
4.28 show patch-saved

4.13 patch deactive


Syntax
patch deactive name1

Function
This command stops the specified patch. The patch is deactivated immediately and the
status changes to deactivated.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Patch name Range: 1–32 characters

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to deactivate a patch:
ZXAN#patch deactive ftghav201p3t4_r0.pat
Deactive patch shelf 1 slot 15 success!

Cancel active flag of ftghav201p3t4_r0.pat success!

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4.27 show patch-running
4.28 show patch-saved

4.14 show auto-backup condition configure


Syntax
show auto-backup condition configure

Function
This command displays configuration information about a conditional backup.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display configuration information about a conditional
backup:
ZXAN#show auto-backup condition configure
Cfg-changed Hold-off-time Max-hold-off-time
------------------------------------------------------
enable 1 2

Related Commands
auto-backup condition

4.15 show auto-backup period configure


Syntax
show auto-backup period configure

Function
This command displays the automatic backup configuration.

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Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the automatic backup configuration:
ZXAN#show auto-backup period configure
Type Enable Start-time Interval(hours)
---------------------------------------------------
cfg enable 2011-02-12 14:46:00 1
log enable 2011-02-12 14:46:00 1
img enable 2011-02-12 14:46:00 1

Related Commands
4.2 auto-backup period

4.16 show auto-backup progress


Syntax
show auto-backup progress name1

Function
This command displays information about a backup progress.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Backup type -

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
This command displays the progress of automatic, manual, conditional, and automatic
update backup.

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Examples
The following example shows how to display a manual backup progress:
ZXAN#show auto-backup progress manual
FileType : cfg
BackupStatus : backup file done
StartTime : 2001-04-30 18:54:51
TotalFiles : 3
SuccessFiles : 3
CurrFileName : nvram.dat
CurrFileProgress : 100

Related Commands
auto-backup condition
auto-backup
period

auto-update

4.17 show auto-update check-period configure


Syntax
show auto-update check-period configure

Function
This command displays the start time and cycle of an automatic update check.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the start time and cycle of an automatic update
check:
ZXAN#show auto-update check-period configure

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Eanble Start-time Interval


------------------------------------------------
enable 2011-01-31 12:12:59 1

Related Commands
4.4 auto-update check-period

4.18 show auto-update check-result


Syntax
show auto-update check-result

Function
This command displays the result of an automatic update check.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the result of an automatic update check:
ZXAN#show auto-update check-result
Start-time Check-status Fail-reason
2011-02-22 14:22:00 complete
--------------------------------------------------------------------
gtgo.fw,scxl.mvr,hutq.fw

Related Commands
4.4 auto-update check-period

4.19 show auto-update configure


Syntax
show auto-update configure

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Function
This command displays configuration information about an automatic backup.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display configuration information about an automatic
backup:
ZXAN#show auto-update configure
Backup Active
---------------------------
disable enable

Related Commands
4.5 auto-update manual

4.20 show auto-update progress


Syntax
show auto-update progress

Function
This command displays the progress of an automatic backup.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

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Examples
The following example shows how to display the progress of an automatic backup:
ZXAN#show auto-update progress
Status Num Done Name Size Prog
---------------------------------------------------------------
update complete 3 3 hutq.fw 9120211 100%
Update List:
---------------------------------------------------------------
gtgo.fw,scxl.mvr,hutq.fw
Activate Detail:
Rack Shelf Slot CfgType UpdateState
---------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 21 HUTQ active
1 1 11 SCXL not active
1 1 10 SCXL not active
1 1 5 GTGO active

Related Commands
4.5 auto-update manual

4.21 show compound-version


Syntax
show compound-version name1

Function
This command displays compound version file information.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Version file name, 1–32 -


characters

Mode
Any mode except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

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Examples
The following example shows how to display a compound version file:
ZXAN#show compound-version apwf.fw
FileName Format CompoundFlag BuildTime FileLength
------------------------------------------------------------
apwf_tm.bin.z BIN 0 2013-09-23 00:02:04 1530624
apwf110500.x.z BIN 0 2013-09-23 00:02:04 32502
amwf130300.x.z BIN 0 2013-09-23 00:02:04 32502

Related Commands
None

4.22 show file-server


Syntax
show file-server name1

Function
This command displays configuration information about a file server.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Server type -

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the configuration of a manual backup server:
ZXAN#show file-server manual-backup
FileType : Cfg
ServerIndex : 1
ProtocolType: Ftp Server-IpAddr: 10.63.196.58
Username : target
Password : ********
Path : backup

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FileType : Cfg
ServerIndex : 2
Not configuration

FileType : Log
ServerIndex : 1
ProtocolType: Ftp Server-IpAddr: 10.63.196.58
Username : target
Password : ********
Path : backup

FileType : Log
ServerIndex : 2
Not configuration

FileType : Img
ServerIndex : 1
ProtocolType: Ftp Server-IpAddr: 10.63.196.58
Username : target
Password : ********
Path : backup

FileType : Img
ServerIndex : 2
Not configuration

Related Commands
None

4.23 show license default


Syntax
show license default

Function
This command displays the default values of the control items in a license file.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

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None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the default values of the control items in a
license file:
ZXAN#show license default
Source: Default

Function NeedReboot Status


---------------------------------------------------------
LCS_SSH_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_SFTP_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_CFM_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_IPV6_FUNCTION YES Enable
LCS_MPLS_FUNCTION YES Enable
LCS_1588_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_EOAM_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_ROUTER_PROTOCOL_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_H248_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_MGCP_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_SIP_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_ISDN_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_ISDN2B_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_E1_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_V5_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_MULTICAST_FUNCTION NO Enable

Performance NeedReboot Status


---------------------------------------------------------
LCS_POTS_PORT_NUM NO 100
LCS_MULTICAST_NUM YES 128
LCS_FE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_GE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_GE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_XGE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_40GE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 32
LCS_XGE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_40GE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_ADSL2_PLUS_PORT_NUM NO 256
LCS_VDSL2_PORT_NUM NO 256
LCS_GPON_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_FE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 100

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Related Commands
None

4.24 show license individual


Syntax
show license individual name1

Function
This command displays the details of a license file.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

name1 License file name, 1–64 -


characters

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the details of a license file:
ZXAN#show license individual trial1.lcs
Sn: 100000153191-000000000000-1301060003
Type: Trial
EffectDate: 2012-12-10 00:00:00
InvalidDate: 2013-11-30 00:00:00
AwakeDate: 2013-08-31 00:00:00

Function Status
---------------------------------------
LCS_SSH_FUNCTION Enable
LCS_SFTP_FUNCTION Enable
LCS_CFM_FUNCTION Enable
LCS_IPV6_FUNCTION Enable
LCS_MPLS_FUNCTION Enable
LCS_1588_FUNCTION Enable
LCS_EOAM_FUNCTION Enable
LCS_ROUTER_PROTOCOL_FUNCTION Enable

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LCS_H248_FUNCTION Enable
LCS_MGCP_FUNCTION Disable
LCS_SIP_FUNCTION Disable
LCS_ISDN_FUNCTION Disable
LCS_ISDN2B_FUNCTION Disable
LCS_E1_FUNCTION Disable
LCS_V5_FUNCTION Disable
LCS_MULTICAST_FUNCTION Disable

Performance Status
---------------------------------------
LCS_POTS_PORT_NUM 1024
LCS_MULTICAST_NUM 248
LCS_FE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM 32
LCS_GE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM 32
LCS_GE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM 64
LCS_XGE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM 16
LCS_40GE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM 8
LCS_XGE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM 32
LCS_40GE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM 16
LCS_ADSL2_PLUS_PORT_NUM 1024
LCS_VDSL2_PORT_NUM 512
LCS_GPON_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM 128
LCS_FE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM 64

Related Commands
None

4.25 show license install-status


Syntax
show license install-status

Function
This command displays the installation status of a license file.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

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Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the installation status of a license file:
ZXAN#show license install-status
Status: Success
FileName: trial1.lcs
FailReason: None

Related Commands
None

4.26 show license running


Syntax
show license running

Function
This command displays control information about the license file running currently.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display control information about the license file
running currently:
ZXAN#show license running
Status: Waitfor effective time
FileName: trial1.lcs
Source: Default

Function NeedReboot Status


---------------------------------------------------------

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LCS_SSH_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_SFTP_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_CFM_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_IPV6_FUNCTION YES Enable
LCS_MPLS_FUNCTION YES Enable
LCS_1588_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_EOAM_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_ROUTER_PROTOCOL_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_H248_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_MGCP_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_SIP_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_ISDN_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_ISDN2B_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_E1_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_V5_FUNCTION NO Enable
LCS_MULTICAST_FUNCTION NO Enable

Performance NeedReboot Status


---------------------------------------------------------
LCS_POTS_PORT_NUM NO 100
LCS_MULTICAST_NUM YES 128
LCS_FE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_GE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_GE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_XGE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_40GE_UPSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 32
LCS_XGE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_40GE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_ADSL2_PLUS_PORT_NUM NO 256
LCS_VDSL2_PORT_NUM NO 256
LCS_GPON_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 64
LCS_FE_DOWNSTREAM_PORT_NUM NO 100

Related Commands
None

4.27 show patch-running


Syntax
show patch-running [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command displays the operating status of the patches in the system.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 0–22

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the operating status of the patches in the
system:
ZXAN#show patch-running
Position PatchFile VerTag ActiveTime
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/10 scxnv201p3t4_r0.pat V2.0.1P3 2015-03-24 14:22:27
1/1/11 scxnv201p3t4_r0.pat V2.0.1P3 2015-03-24 14:25:59

Related Commands
4.28 show patch-saved

4.28 show patch-saved


Syntax
show patch-saved [name1 ]

Function
This command displays the saved patches that are available to be activated.

Parameters
None

Mode
Any mode except user mode

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Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the saved patches:
ZXAN#show patch-saved
Position PatchFile VerTag BuildTime PatchLen Active
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/10 ftghav201p3t4_r0.pat V2.0.1P3 2015-03-19 00:59:46 2406 0
1/1/10 ftghav201p3t4_r1.pat V2.0.1P3 2015-03-19 00:59:46 4474 1

Related Commands
4.27 show patch-running

4.29 show sub-version-running


Syntax
show sub-version-running [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ] [subcardno nu
mber3 ]

Function
This command shows the running version of a subcard.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1–1

number2 Shelf number 1–1

slot1 0–22

number3 1–4

Mode
Any mode except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
ZXAN#sho sub-version-running sh 1

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/10/3 XGQX MVR V1.4.2 2014-08-21 11:07:00 7809136

1/1/10/3 XGQX BT V1.4.2 2014-08-27 15:04:51 528464


ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

4.30 show updatecpld


Syntax
show updatecpld [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command displays information about CPLD update.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

slot1 Slot number Range: 2–22

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
NextRebootUpdate is an update flag. YES indicates that a CPLD update is implemented
during next reboot, and NO indicates that a CPLD is not implemented during next reboot.
LastUpdateResult is an update status flag. SUCCESS indicates that the previous reboot
is successful, and FAIL indicates that the previous reboot fails.

Examples
The following example shows how to display CPLD update information:
ZXAN#show updatecpld
Rack Shelf Slot RealType NextResetUpdate LastUpdateResult Version
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 10 SCXN NO SUCCESS V9.2

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4.35 update-cpld

4.31 show version-running


Syntax
show version-running [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] [slotno slot1 ]

Function
This command displays information about the versions that are running on all cards in a
shelf.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1

number2 Shelf number 1

slot1 Slot number Range: 2–22

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the information about the versions that are
running on all cards in shelf 1:

ZXAN#show version-running
PhyLoc FileType VerType VerTag BuildTime VerLength
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/9 FTGHA MVR V2.0.1P3 2015-03-24 13:05:47 8570416
1/1/9 FTGHA BT V1.2.3 2012-06-14 09:36:53 244948
1/1/10 SCXN MVR V2.0.1P3 2015-03-24 13:44:31 23240850
1/1/10 SCXN BT V4.0.0 2013-06-21 11:44:38 524288
1/1/10 SCXN FW V2.0.1P3 2015-03-24 13:07:44 10816384
1/1/11 SCXN MVR V2.0.1P3 2015-03-24 13:44:31 23240850
1/1/11 SCXN BT V4.0.0 2013-06-21 11:44:38 524288
1/1/11 SCXN FW V2.0.1P3 2015-03-24 13:07:44 10816384
1/1/21 GUCD MVR V2.0.1P3 2015-03-24 13:08:36 2282123

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Related Commands
7.4 file download
4.32 show version-saved

4.32 show version-saved


Syntax
show version-saved {master |slave }

Function
This command displays information about the software version files saved in a card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

master Active main control card -

slave Standby man control card -

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display information about the version files saved in
the main control card:
ZXAN#show version-saved master
PhyLoc FileName VerType VerTag BuildTime Length Active
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/11 gucd.fw FW V2.0.0 2013-07-08 01:13:26 177438
1/1/11 gucd.mvr MVR V2.0.0 2013-07-15 14:31:03 2239114
1/1/11 scxn.fw FW V2.0.0 2013-09-17 00:25:39 8345585
1/1/11 scxn0.mvr MVR V2.0.0 2013-09-17 20:28:02 22027077 1
1/1/11 scxn1.mvr MVR V2.0.0 2013-09-17 19:29:23 22028403 0

Related Commands
7.4 file download

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4.33 swapver
Syntax
swapver

Function
This command specifies the version file to be started next time. It can be used to swap
between the active and standby versions.

Parameters
None

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to swap the version file:
ZXAN#swapver
Swap active version OK

Related Commands
None

4.34 update-boot
Syntax
update-boot [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1

Function
This command updates the boot version file and write it into a Bootrom.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

slot1 Slot number Range: 2–22

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to update the boot version file of a card:
ZXAN#update-boot slotno 7
........................................[Successfully]

Related Commands
None

4.35 update-cpld
Syntax
update-cpld [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 swtval number3

Function
This command sets an update flag for a CPLD version file.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number Range: 1–3

number2 Shelf number Range: 1–3

slot1 Slot number Range: 2–22

number3 Configuration switch Range: 0–1

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

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Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to set an update flag for a CPLD version file:
ZXAN#update-cpld slotno 7 swtval 1
Cpld update flag is set successfully

Related Commands
4.30 show updatecpld

4.36 update-sub-boot
Syntax
update-sub-boot [rackno number1 ] [shelfno number2 ] slotno slot1 subcardno number3

Function
This command updates the boot program for a subcard and burns it into the bootroom.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Rack number 1–1

number2 Shelf number 1–1

slot1 Slot number 2–22

number3 Subcard slot number 1–4

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
ZXAN#update-sub-boot shelfno 1 slotno 11 subcardno 3
..................................[Successfully]

Related Commands
None

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action .........................................................................................................................5-1
description..................................................................................................................5-2
equipment-type ..........................................................................................................5-3
match-vertag ..............................................................................................................5-4
mode..........................................................................................................................5-4
parallel-limitation ........................................................................................................5-5
range..........................................................................................................................5-6
remote-unit abort ........................................................................................................5-7
remote-unit activate....................................................................................................5-8
remote-unit cfg-map ...................................................................................................5-8
remote-unit commit.....................................................................................................5-9
remote-unit task .......................................................................................................5-10
remote-unit update ...................................................................................................5-11
remote-unit update-and-reboot .................................................................................5-11
remote-unit update-commit.......................................................................................5-12
remote-unit update-reonline......................................................................................5-13
service-type..............................................................................................................5-14
show remote-unit information ...................................................................................5-15
show remote-unit summary-of ..................................................................................5-16
show remote-unit task ..............................................................................................5-17
show remote-unit update-status ...............................................................................5-18
task abort .................................................................................................................5-18
task add ...................................................................................................................5-19
task delete................................................................................................................5-20
task restart ...............................................................................................................5-20
vendor-name ............................................................................................................5-21
version-file................................................................................................................5-22

5.1 action
Syntax
action name1

Function
This command specifies an RU version management action.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 RU version management action -

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
One of the following RU actions can be specified:
l update: Downloads the required version.
l reboot: Reboots the RU.
l update-and-reboot: Downloads the required version, activates the version, and sets
the version as default. This action completes the entire version update procedure.
l update-commit: Activates the RU version and sets this version as default.
l update-reonline: Activates the version and sets this version as default upon the next
login.

Examples
The following example shows how to specify an RU version management action:
ZXAN(config)#remote-unit task test
ZXAN(ru-task)#action update-and-reboot

Related Commands
None

5.2 description
Syntax
description name1

Function
This command adds a description for an RU task.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Task description, 1–128 -


characters

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Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to add a description for an RU task:
ZXAN(config)#remote-unit task test
ZXAN(ru-task)# description test

Related Commands
None

5.3 equipment-type
Syntax
equipment-type name1

Function
This command specifies the actual equipment type of an RU in a task.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Actual equipment type, 1–64 -


characters

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
Enter the actual equipment type in this command, such as F460 or F420.
Do not enter the configured equipment type in this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to specify the actual equipment type:

ZXAN(cpe-task)# equipment-type f460g

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None

5.4 match-vertag
Syntax
match-vertag name1 name2

Function
This command compares the version numbers of RUs with the benchmark version number.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Matching rule -

name2 Benchmark version number, -


1–16 characters

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
This command only compares the current vertag string of an RU with the vertag string
specified in the command.
The matching rule "equal" or "unequal" is recommended depending on the RU version
used in the network. Do not use "above" or "below".

Examples
The following example shows how to compare version numbers

ZXAN(cpe-task)# match-vertag unequal v1.0

Related Commands
None

5.5 mode
Syntax
mode name1

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Function
This command configures the task mode.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Task mode -

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to configure the task mode:
ZXAN(cpe-task)# mode both

Related Commands
None

5.6 parallel-limitation
Syntax
parallel-limitation number1

Function
This command limits the maximum number of RUs that can be concurrently updated by a
task for a card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Maximum number of RUs that Range: 0–1024


can be concurrently updated Default: 64

Mode
RU-TASK mode

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None

Examples
The following example shows how to set the maximum number of concurrently-updated
RUs:
ZXAN(cpe-task)# parallel-limitation 16

Related Commands
None

5.7 range
Syntax
range {ne |port interface1 }

Function
This command configures an effective range for a task.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

ne Updates versions of all RUs -


connected to the NE.

port Updates versions for RUs -


connected to a specific port.

interface1 Port number. -

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
To add multiple ports to an effective range, execute the range port command multiple times
and specify one required port each time.

Examples
l The following command shows how to allow version updates of all RUs connected to
the NE:
ZXAN(ru-task)# range ne

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l The following command shows how to allow version updates of the RUs connected
to two ports, gpon-olt_1/5/1 and gpon-olt_1/5/2:
ZXAN(ru-task)# range port gpon-olt_1/5/1
ZXAN(ru-task)# range port gpon-olt_1/5/2

Related Commands
None

5.8 remote-unit abort


Syntax
remote-unit abort {type name1 |interface1 range1 }

Function
This command aborts the current version management action on an RU.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 RU type name, 1–16 characters -

interface1 Port number -

range1 RU list name, 1–64 characters 1–255

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to abort the version management action on the RU 1
that is connected to gpon-olt_1/2/1:

ZXAN#remote-unit abort gpon-olt_1/2/1 1


ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

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5.9 remote-unit activate


Syntax
remote-unit activate {type name1 |interface1 range1 }

Function
This command activates the version of an RU.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 RU type name, 1–16 characters -

interface1 Port number -

range1 RU list name, 1–64 characters 1–255

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to activate the version of the RU 1 that is connected to
gpon-olt_1/8/1:

ZXAN#remote-unit activate gpon-olt_1/8/1 1


ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

5.10 remote-unit cfg-map


Syntax
remote-unit cfg-map name1 interface1 number1 range1

no remote-unit cfg-map name1 interface1 number1

Function
This command maps a configuration file to an ONU.

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Parameters
Parameter Description Value

name1 Name of an RU configuration -


file (1–64 characters).

interface1 Port number. -

number1 Index of a PON interface in the 1–4


map. A PON interface has a
maximum of four indexes.

range1 RU list (1–64 characters). 1–255

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
映射配置文件9026a.xml到ONU:gpon-olt_1/2/1 :1

ZXAN(config)#remote-unit cfg-map 9026a.xml gpon-olt_1/2/1 1 1


ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
None

5.11 remote-unit commit


Syntax
remote-unit commit {type name1 |interface1 range1 }

Function
This command writes the version operating in the memory into the version area.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

name1 RU type name, 1–16 characters -

interface1 Port number -

range1 RU list name, 1–64 characters 1–255

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Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
This command executes the commit action.

Examples
The following example shows how to execute the commit action of ONU1 over the
gpon-olt_1/2/2 interface:
ZXAN#remote-unit commit gpon-olt_1/2/2 1

Related Commands
None

5.12 remote-unit task


Syntax
remote-unit task name1

Function
This command enters RU task configuration mode.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

name1 Task name, 1–64 characters -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
The following example shows how to enter RU task configuration mode:

Examples
The following example shows how to enter RU task configuration mode:
ZXAN(config)#remote-unit task test1
ZXAN(ru-task)#

Related Commands
None

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5.13 remote-unit update


Syntax
remote-unit update name1 {type name2 |interface1 range1 }

Function
This command downloads an RU of a specified version to update the RU.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 RU version name, 1–64 -


characters

name2 RU type name, 1–16 characters -

interface1 Port number -

range1 RU list name, 1–64 characters 1–255

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to download the RU that is connected to the interface
epon-olt_1/14/1:
ZXAN#remote-unit update f460914.bin epon-olt_1/14/1 1

ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

5.14 remote-unit update-and-reboot


Syntax
remote-unit update-and-reboot name1 {type name2 |interface1 range1 }

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Function
This command updates an RU of a specified version and reboots it.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 RU version name, 1–64 -


characters

name2 RU type name, 1–16 characters -

interface1 Port number -

range1 RU list name, 1–64 characters 1–255

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to update the RU that is connected to the interface
gpon-olt_1/2/1 and reboot it:
ZXAN#remote-unit update-and-reboot f460914.bin gpon-olt_1/2/1 1

Related Commands
None

5.15 remote-unit update-commit


Syntax
remote-unit update-commit name1 {type name2 |interface1 range1 }

Function
This command executes update and commit operations for an RU to update the version
and set it to the default version.

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Parameters
Parameter Description Value

name1 RU version name, 1–64 -


characters

name2 RU type name, 1–16 characters -

interface1 Port number -

range1 RU list name, 1–64 characters 1–255

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to update the RU that is connected to the interface
epon-olt_1/14/1 and set it to the default version:
ZXAN#remote-unit update-commit f460914.bin epon-olt_1/14/1 1
ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

5.16 remote-unit update-reonline


Syntax
remote-unit update-reonline name1 {type name2 |interface1 range1 }

Function
This command updates an RU and sets it as the default version when it logs in again.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

name1 RU version name, 1–64 -


characters

name2 RU type name, 1–16 characters -

interface1 Port number -

range1 RU list name, 1–64 characters 1–255

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Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to update the RU that is connected to the interface
epon-olt_1/14/1 and set it as the default version when it logs in again:
ZXAN#remote-unit update-reonline f460914.bin epon-olt_1/14/1 1
ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

5.17 service-type
Syntax
service-type name1

Function
This command configures a service type for a task.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

name1 Service type: GPON or EPON -

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to set the service type to EPON:
ZXAN(cpe-task)# service-type epon

Related Commands
None

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5.18 show remote-unit information


Syntax
show remote-unit information interface1 range1

Function
This command displays the information about an ONU.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

interface1 Port number -

range1 RU list (1–64 characters) 1–255

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the information about an ONU:
ZXAN#show remote-unit information gpon-olt_1/7/4 1
gpon-onu_1/7/4: 1
RuVendorName : ZTEG
RuType : F600G
Region 1
Vertag : V2.0.0P2T1
Commited : Yes
Activated : Yes
Valid : Yes
Region 2
Vertag : V2.0.0P2T2
Commited : No
Activated : No
Valid : Yes

ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

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5.19 show remote-unit summary-of


Syntax
show remote-unit summary-of {task name1 |manual } [{operating |fail |success } ]

Function
This command shows the brief information about manual updates or updates initiated by
a task.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

task Summary of updates initiated by -


a specific task

name1 Task name, 1–64 characters -

manual Summary of manual updates -

operating Locations of the RUs that are -


being updated

fail Locations of RUs that failed to -


be updated

success Locations of RUs that are -


successfully updated

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
This command shows the brief information about manual updates or updates initiated by
a task, including the locations of RUs that are being updated, are waiting for update, are
successfully updated, and failed to be updated.
To show the summary of updates initiated by command lines, which are also manual
updates, use the manual option in this command.

Examples
a. The following example shows how to display the summary of current manual updates:
ZXAN#show remote-unit summary-of manual
Operating:
Waiting:
Fail:
Success:

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b. The following example shows how to display the summary of updates initiated by the
task abc:
ZXAN#show remote-unit summary-of task abc
Operating:
Waiting:
Fail:
Success:
epon-onu_1/10/3: 1

Related Commands
None

5.20 show remote-unit task


Syntax
show remote-unit task [name1 ]

Function
This command displays RU task parameters.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Task name, 1–64 characters -

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display RU task parameters:

ZXAN#show remote-unit task test

Related Commands
5.12 remote-unit task

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5.21 show remote-unit update-status


Syntax
show remote-unit update-status interface1 range1

Function
This command maps the configuration file for an ONU.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

interface1 Port number -

range1 RU list (1–64 characters) 1–255

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
If an ONU is updated manually or through performing a task, the updated ONU status will
be displayed.

ZXAN#show remote-unit update-status gpon-olt_1/7/4 1


gpon-onu_1/7/4: 1
Taskname : Manual
Action : Update
Status : In-progress
Progress : 11%
Failreason : None
Committime :

Related Commands
Manual update commands and update-through-task commands

5.22 task abort


Syntax
task abort

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Function
This command aborts an RU task.

Parameters
None

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following command shows how to abort an RU task:
ZXAN(ru-task)#task abort

Related Commands
None

5.23 task add


Syntax
task add

Function
This command adds an RU task.

Parameters
None

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
This command can be used to add an RU task only after all required parameters are
configured.

Examples
The following example shows how to add an RU task:

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ZXAN(ru-task)#task add

Related Commands
None

5.24 task delete


Syntax
task delete

Function
This command deletes an RU task.

Parameters
None

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to delete an RU task:
ZXAN(ru-task)#task delete

Related Commands
None

5.25 task restart


Syntax
task restart

Function
This command restarts an RU task.

Parameters
None

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Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to restarts an RU task:
ZXAN(ru-task)# task restart

Related Commands
None

5.26 vendor-name
Syntax
vendor-name name1

Function
This command specifies the vendor name for an RU task.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Vendor name, 1–20 characters -

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
To obtain the vendor name of an RU, use the show remote-unit information command.

Examples
The following example shows how to specify a vendor name for an RU task:

ZXAN(ru-task)#vendor-name ZTE

Related Commands
None

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5.27 version-file
Syntax
version-file name1

Function
This command specifies the name of the version file for an update task.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Name of the required version -


file, 1–64 characters

Mode
RU-TASK mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to specify the name of the version file required for an
RU update task:
ZXAN(ru-task)#version-file f420.bin

Related Commands
None

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exit .............................................................................................................................6-1
line console 0 .............................................................................................................6-2
line console absolute-timeout .....................................................................................6-3
line console idle-timeout .............................................................................................6-4
line telnet absolute-timeout.........................................................................................6-4
line telnet access-class...............................................................................................6-5
line telnet idle-timeout ................................................................................................6-6
line telnet users ..........................................................................................................6-7
login ...........................................................................................................................6-8
logout .........................................................................................................................6-9
show line-configuration...............................................................................................6-9
show terminal ...........................................................................................................6-10
show username high-level-security...........................................................................6-11
show username login-info.........................................................................................6-12
telnet onu .................................................................................................................6-12
terminal length..........................................................................................................6-13
user password..........................................................................................................6-14
user-authentication-type ...........................................................................................6-15
user-authorization-type.............................................................................................6-16
username .................................................................................................................6-17
username expire-date ..............................................................................................6-19
username high-level-security....................................................................................6-20
username inactivity-day............................................................................................6-21
username login-range ..............................................................................................6-21
username pwd-expire-day ........................................................................................6-22
username user-suspend...........................................................................................6-23

6.1 exit
Syntax
exit

Function
This command exits the device or returns to the previous mode.

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Parameters
None

Mode
Privileged mode, user mode

Usage Guidelines
In user and privileged modes, execute this command to exit the device. In other modes,
execute this command to return to the previous mode.

Examples
The following example shows how to exit global configuration mode and return to privileged
mode:
ZXAN(config)#exit
ZXAN#

Related Commands
6.10 logout
6.9 login

6.2 line console 0


Syntax
line console 0

Function
This command enters line configuration mode.

Parameters
None

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

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Examples
The following example shows how to enter line configuration mode:
ZXAN(config)#line console 0
ZXAN(config-line)#

Related Commands
None

6.3 line console absolute-timeout


Syntax
line console absolute-timeout number1
no line console absolute-timeout

Function
This command sets the total use time of the serial-port terminal. After the time expires,
the serial-port terminal session is closed.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Total use time of the serial-port terminal Range: 0–10000


(min) Default: 1440

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
This command can be used together with the line console idle-timeout command to close
a serial-port terminal session after a period.
To cancel the setting, use the no form of this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the total use time of the serial-port terminal to 30
minutes:
ZXAN(config)#line console absolute-timeout 30

Related Commands
6.4 line console idle-timeout

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6.4 line console idle-timeout


Syntax
line console idle-timeout number1
no line console idle-timeout

Function
This command sets the idle time of the serial port terminal. After this command is executed,
if there is no keyboard input in the specified period, the serial-port terminal session is
closed.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Idle time of the serial port terminal (min) Range: 0–1000
Default: 15

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
This command can be used together with the line console absolute-timeout command to
close a serial-port terminal session after a period.
To cancel the setting, use the no form of this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the idle time of the serial port terminal to 30
minutes:
ZXAN(config)#line console idle-timeout 30

Related Commands
6.3 line console absolute-timeout

6.5 line telnet absolute-timeout


Syntax
line telnet absolute-timeout number1
no line telnet absolute-timeout

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Function
This command sets the total use time of the Telnet terminal. After the time expires, the
Telnet session is closed and the terminal is disconnected.
To cancel the setting, use the no form of this command.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Total use time of the Telnet terminal (min) Range: 0–10000
Default: 1440

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
This command can be used together with the line telnet idle-timeout command to close a
Telnet terminal session after a period.

Examples
The following example shows how to total use time of the Telnet terminal to 30 minutes:
ZXAN(config)#line telnet absolute-timeout 30

Related Commands
6.7 line telnet idle-timeout

6.6 line telnet access-class


Syntax
line telnet access-class number1 [{telnet-only |ssh-only } ]
no line telnet access-class

Function
This command specifies the IP addresses that can log in to the Telnet terminal. By default,
all login addresses are allowed.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Access address list number Range: 1–99

telnet-only For Telnet terminals only -

ssh-only For SSH terminals only -

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
To cancel the setting, use the no form of this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to specify the login IP addresses to access the Telnet
terminal:
ZXAN(config)#line telnet access-class 2

Related Commands
acl stand number

6.7 line telnet idle-timeout


Syntax
line telnet idle-timeout number1
no line telnet idle-timeout

Function
This command sets the idle time of the Telnet terminal. After this command is executed,
if there is no keyboard input in the specified period, the Telnet terminal session is closed
and the terminal is disconnected.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Idle time of the Telnet terminal (min) Range: 0–1000


Default: 15

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

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Usage Guidelines
This command can be used together with the line telnet absolute-timeout command to close
a Telnet terminal session after a period.
To cancel the setting, use the no form of this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the idle time of the Telnet terminal to 30 minutes:
ZXAN(config)#line telnet idle-timeout 30
ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
line telnet absolute-time

6.8 line telnet users


Syntax
line telnet users number1

Function
This command sets the total number of logged-in users through Telnet.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Total number of logged-in users Range: 1–16


through Telnet

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
(1) If the number of online users reach the maximum number, the system prompts
"Logged-on user is full" when a new user logs in.
(2) If it is necessary to modify the number, the new number must not be greater
than the number of current online users. Otherwise, the system prompts
"%Code 5017: Configure error, the number of online user is larger than configuration."

Examples
(1) The following example shows how to set the total number of logged-in users through
Telnet to 4:

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ZXAN(config)#line telnet users 4

(2) The following example shows that the system displays an error message when the total
number of allowed logged-in users is set to 2 whereas the number of current online users
is 4:
ZXAN(config)#line telnet users 2
%Code 5018: Configure error, the number of online user is larger than configuration.
ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
None

6.9 login
Syntax
login

Function
This command changes a login user name.

Parameters
None

Mode
User mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to log in to the device as the user zxan:

ZXAN#login
Username:admin
Password:
ZXAN#

Related Commands
6.10 logout

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6.10 logout
Syntax
logout

Function
This command logs out of the NE.

Parameters
None

Mode
User mode

Usage Guidelines
After this command is executed, the device is disconnected.

Examples
None

Related Commands
6.9 login

6.11 show line-configuration


Syntax
show line-configuration

Function
This command displays the configuration information about serial port and Telnet login.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

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Usage Guidelines
This command is used to display total time and idle time for serial port login and Telnet
login, and IP restrictions against Telnet login.

Examples
The following example shows how to display the configuration information about serial port
and Telnet login:
ZXAN(config)#show line-configuration
line console idle-timeout 15
line console absolute-timeout 1440
line telnet idle-timeout 15
line telnet absolute-timeout 1440
line telnet access-class 49 telnet-only

Related Commands
6.4 line console idle-timeout
6.3 line console absolute-timeout
6.7 line telnet idle-timeout
6.6 line telnet access-class
6.7 line telnet idle-timeout

6.12 show terminal


Syntax
show terminal

Function
This command displays information about the current user terminal.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
The displayed terminal information includes the terminal ID, type, window size, and login
restriction window.

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Examples
The following example shows how to display information about the current login terminal:
ZXAN#show terminal
Line 67, Location: "", Type: "ANSI"
Length: 8 lines, Width: 80 columns
Telnet idle-timeout is: 00:03:00
Telnet absolute-timeout is: 1d00h00m
Baud rate (TX/RX) is 9600/9600
Capabilities: none
Time since activation: 00:01:03
Editing is enabled.
History is enabled, history size is 10.
Telnet access-class is: EMPTY!
ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

6.13 show username high-level-security


Syntax
show username high-level-security

Function
This command shows the high-level user security information.

Parameters
None

Mode
Any mode except user mode

Usage Guidelines
This command shows the high-level user security information, including the security switch,
non-activity time, and password expiration time.

Examples
show username high-level-security

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6.22 username high-level-security
6.25 username pwd-expire-day
6.23 username inactivity-day

6.14 show username login-info


Syntax
show username login-info

Function
This command shows the user login information.

Parameters
None

Mode
Any mode except user mode

Usage Guidelines
This command shows the user login information, including:
The latest successful login time and source IP address
The latest unsuccessful login time and source IP address
Number of successful logins
Number of unsuccessful logins

Examples
show username login-info

Related Commands
1.30 show username

6.15 telnet onu


Syntax
telnet onu interface1

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Function
This command telnets to an ONU from the CLI of an OLT.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

interface1 Destination ONU interface -

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to telnet to the gpon-onu_1/12/1:1:
ZXAN#telnet onu gpon-onu_1/12/1:1

Related Commands
None

6.16 terminal length


Syntax
terminal length number1
no terminal length

Function
This command sets the number of lines displayed on a terminal (when it is logged through
a telnet program) at a time.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

number1 Number of lines displayed on a Range: 0–512


terminal at a time (0 indicates
that lines are displayed
continuously without paging)

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

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None

Examples
The following example shows how to set the number of lines displayed on a terminal (when
it is logged through a telnet program) at a time to 5:
ZXAN#terminal length 5

Related Commands
None

6.17 user password


Syntax
user password name1 name2 name3

Function
This command allows a user to log in to the NE and to modify his own password.
When a user modifies his password, the following information must be input: old password,
new password (the first time), and new password (the second time)
If the username high-level-security parameter is set to enabled, the minimum length of the
password is 8.
If the username high-level-security parameter is set to enabled, the password must satisfy
a certain complexity rule (it must contain at least one upper-case letter, one lower-case
letter, and one number).

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Clear text password, 3–32 -


characters

name2 Clear text password, 3–32 -


characters

name3 Clear text password, 3–32 -


characters

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

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Usage Guidelines
A user cannot log in to the NE through a serial port with his user name but instead enters
privileged mode with the enable command. Therefore, a message, "%Code 48446: user
not exist.", is displayed when this command is executed.
The new password must be configured different from the old password; otherwise, an error
message is displayed.
Acceptable characters for the parameter password:
0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz_ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ`*-
=~!@#$%^&()_+[]{}|;':,./<>\\

Examples
The following example shows that an error message is displayed when the new password
is the same as the old password:
ZXAN#user password zte zte zte
%Code 48445: new password same as old password.
ZXAN#

The following example shows how to modify the user password successfully:
ZXAN#user password zte 123 123
ZXAN#

Related Commands
1.30 show username

6.18 user-authentication-type
Syntax
user-authentication-type {local |aaa [{chap |pap |ascii |zte-ascii } ] }

Function
This command configures user authentication mode for a Telnet login. Local authentication
is configured by default. For AAA authentication, the CHAP protocol is used by default.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

local Local authentication -

aaa AAA authentication -

chap CHAP for Tacplus authentication -

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Parameter Description Value

pap PAP for Tacplus authentication -

ascii ASCII for Tacplus authentication -

zte-ascii ZTE-ASCII for Tacplus -


authentication

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
For local authentication, a user name and password must be available in the NE.
Otherwise, a telnet user cannot log in. For AAA authentication, the IP address of an
authentication server must be configured and the AAA service (Tacplus or Radius) must
be enabled for the server.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the Telnet user authentication mode to aaa with
the default CHAP protocol used:
ZXAN(config)#user-authentication-type aaa

Related Commands
6.19 user-authorization-type
25.10 show user-authen-type

6.19 user-authorization-type
Syntax
user-authorization-type {local |aaa }

Function
This command configures user authorization for a Telnet login. Local authorization is
configured by default.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

local Local authorization -

aaa AAA authorization (Tacplus or -


Radius)

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Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to set user authorization to AAA:
ZXAN(config)#user-authorization-type aaa

Related Commands
1.31 telnet
6.18 user-authentication-type
25.10 show user-authen-type

6.20 username
Syntax
username name1 {name2 |[password {0 name3 |7 name4 |name5 } [max-sessions number1 ] [pri
vilege number2 ] [first-login name6 ] ] }
no username name7

Function
This command configures the login user name and password.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 User name without blank -


spaces, 1–16 characters

name2 Enables or disables the user


name

name3 Clear text password without -


blank spaces, 3–16 characters

name4 Ciphertext password without -


blank spaces, encrypted by
md5, used only to load a
configuration file, 24 visible
characters

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Parameter Description Value

name5 Clear text password without -


blank spaces, 3–16 characters

number1 Number of sessions Range: 1–16


Default: 16

number2 User privilege Range: 0–15


Default: 1

name6 Whether it is the first time that


the user logs in

name7 User name without blank -


spaces, 1–16 characters

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
(1) Acceptable characters for the user name parameter:
0123456789abcdefghijklmorqrstuvwxyz_
(2) Acceptable characters for the password parameter:
0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz_ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ`*-=~!@
#$%^&()_+[]{}|;':,./<>\\
(3) Only the user with privilege level 15 can create and delete users.
(4) Both the username username password 0 password and username username password
password commands require an unencrypted password.
The username username password 7 password command sets an encrypted password only
when configuration files are loaded. It cannot be used when the system operates normally.
(5) To delete the user name and password, use the no form of this command.

Examples
(1) The following example shows how to set the password of the login user abc to zte:
ZXAN(config)#username abc password zte
ZXAN(config)#

(2) The following example shows how to set a ciphertext password when the NE is in
execution status:
ZXAN(config)#username Admin password 7 12345678asdfghjk12345678 privilege 15
%Error 20202: Invalid input detected at '^' marker.Invalid parameter

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(3) The following example shows how to set the password of the login user abc to
zteZTE000:
ZXAN(config)#username abc password zteZTE000
ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
1.30 show username

6.21 username expire-date


Syntax
username expire-date name name1 datetime date1 time1

Function
This command sets the time when a user account is disabled.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 User name, 1–16 visible -


characters

date1 Date, in the format of -


Month-Date-Year

time1 Time, in the format of -


Hour:Minute:Second

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
The expiry date of a user account must be later than 2011-1-1.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the expiry time of the user account zte to
2013-02-03 23:59:59:
ZXAN(config)#username expire-date name zte datetime 02-03-2013 23:59:59

To view the configuration, run the show running-config command.


ZXAN(config)#show running-config | include username
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username zte password 7 4YaO+GmDEHa9ybAv75aS/g== max-sessions 16


username login-range name zte login-begin 08:00:00 login-end 18:30:00
username expire-date name zte datetime 02-03-2013 23:59:59

Related Commands
None

6.22 username high-level-security


Syntax
username high-level-security name1

Function
This command sets the high-level user security.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Enables or disables the -


high-level user security.

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
If the high-level user security is enabled, it must be checked whether the current CLI user
configuration satisfies the requirement. If the configuration does not satisfy the requiremnt,
the error code will be displayed. The high-level user security can be enabled after the
configuration is modified and satisfies the requirement. The check items include:
(1) Whether the length of the current CLI user name is at least eight characters.
(2) Whether the current CLI user name contains at least one number, one upper-case
letter, and one lower-case letter.

Examples
The following example shows how to enable the high-level user security:
ZXAN(config)#username high-level-security enable

The following example shows how to disable the high-level user security:
ZXAN(config)#username high-level-security disable

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Related Commands
6.13 show username high-level-security

6.23 username inactivity-day


Syntax
username inactivity-day number1

Function
This command sets the user inactivity time.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 User inactivity time 30–365

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
This command takes effect only after the high-level user-security switch is enabled.
After a user logs in to the NE, the login time will be recorded. When the user login time
exceeds the preset user inactivity time, the user state will be changed to disable, thus the
user account cannot be used. However, a high-level user can change the disable state of
a user to the enable state.

Value range: 30–365. Default value: 120 days.

Examples
ZXAN(config)#username inactivity-day 49

Related Commands
6.13 show username high-level-security

6.24 username login-range


Syntax
username login-range name name1 login-begin time1 login-end time2

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Function
This command configures a time period for user login every day.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 User name, 1–16 visible -


characters

time1 Starting time, in the format of -


Hour:Minute:Second

time2 End time, in the format of -


Hour:Minute:Second

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
A user can log in only within the specified time period, from 00:00:00 to 23:59:59 by default.

Examples
The following example shows how to modify the login time period for the user zte to
[08:00:00,18:30:00]:
ZXAN(config)#username login-range name zte login-begin 08:00:00 login-end 18:30:00
ZXAN(config)#

To view the configuration, run the show running-config command.


ZXAN(config)#show running-config | include username
username zte password 7 4YaO+GmDEHa9ybAv75aS/g== privilege 10
username zte password 7 4YaO+GmDEHa9ybAv75aS/g== max-sessions 16
username login-range name zte login-begin 08:00:00 login-end 18:30:00

Related Commands
None

6.25 username pwd-expire-day


Syntax
username pwd-expire-day number1

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Function
This command sets the password expiration time.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Password expiration time 35–365

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
This command takes effect only after the high-level user-security switch is enabled.
After the high-level user-security switch is enabled, the system checks whether the
password expiration time expires. If yes, the user is forced to modify the password. Value
range: 30-365. Default value: 90 days.

Examples
The following example shows how to set the password expiration time to 45 days:
ZXAN(config)#username pwd-expire-day 45

Related Commands
6.13 show username high-level-security

6.26 username user-suspend


Syntax
username user-suspend {mode name1 |time number1 |retry-times number2 }

Function
This command sets the user locking mode, locking time length, and the number of relogins.

When the number of unsuccessful logins is larger than or equal to the preset number of
login retries, if the user logs in to the NE and the authentication is passed, the user will be
locked and cannot log in to the NE until the locking time expires.

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Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Locking mode. Value range: ip, -


ipandusername, username, and
none. Default value: none.

number1 Locking time length. Unit: 30–1440


minute. Value range: 30–1440
minutes. Default value: 30
minutes.

number2 Number of relogins. If the 1–10


number of relogins is larger
than or equal to the value of
this parameter, the user will
be locked. Value range: 1–10.
Default value: 3.

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

Usage Guidelines
1. ip locking mode. When the number of times that a user from an IP address fails to log
in to the NE exceeds the preset number of login retries, if the user logs to the NE and the
authentication is passed, the user will be locked.
2. username locking mode. When the number of times that a user with a specified user
name fails to log in to the NE exceeds the preset number of login retries, if the user logs
to the NE and the authentication is passed, the user will be locked.

3. ipandusername locking mode. When the number of times that a user with a specified
name from an IP address fails to log in to the NE exceeds the preset number of login
retries, if the user from the IP address logs to the NE and the authentication is passed, the
user will be locked.
4. none locking mode. It indicates that users will not locked.

Examples
(1) The following example shows how to enable the username locking mode:
ZXAN(config)#user-suspend mode username

(2) The following example shows how to set the locking time to 30 minutes:
ZXAN(config)#user-suspend time 30

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(3) The following example shows how to set the number of login retries to 3:
ZXAN(config)#user-suspend retry-times 3

(4) The following example shows that, if a user whose name is "aaa" fails to log in to the
NE for three times, then, after the user logs in to the NE and the authentication is passed,
the user will be locked for 30 minutes.
Username:aaa
Password:
Error: Login attempts with wrong password exceeded 3 times, This account is locked out for 30 minu
Username:

Related Commands
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auto-write ...................................................................................................................7-1
file copy......................................................................................................................7-3
file delete....................................................................................................................7-4
file download ..............................................................................................................7-5
file sync ......................................................................................................................7-6
file upload...................................................................................................................7-7
show auto-write ..........................................................................................................7-8
show file .....................................................................................................................7-9
show sync-status......................................................................................................7-10
write .........................................................................................................................7-11

7.1 auto-write
Syntax
auto-write {number1 |name1 |time1 {everyday |name2 number2 number3 } }

Function
This command configures automatic saving of configuration files.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

number1 Number of hours after which Range: 1–24


configuration files are saved Default: 1
automatically (hour).

name1 enable: Enables the automatic -


saving of configuration files.
disable: Disables the automatic
saving of configuration files.

time1 Time when configuration files


are automatically saved.
Format: hh:mm:ss.

everyday Configuration files are saved -


automatically every day.

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Parameter Description Value

name2 Month. -

number2 Day. Range: 1–31

number3 Year. Range: 2001–2098

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
Any of the following automatic saving modes can be configured:
l Saving configuration files automatically at a particular time every day.
l Saving configuration files automatically at a particular time on a specific day.
l Saving configuration files a period of time after the configurations are modified. By
default, the delay is one hour.
If all the three modes are configured, the last configured mode is effective. To show the
effective automatic saving mode, use the show auto-write command.

Examples
l The following example shows how to enable the automatic saving of configuration
files:
ZXAN(config)#auto-write enable

l The following example shows how to set a schedule for automatic saving of
configuration files that starts the saving at 12:00:00 everyday:
ZXAN(config)#auto-write 12:00:00 everyday
ZXAN(config)#

l The following example shows how to set a schedule for automatic saving of
configuration files that starts the saving at 12:00:00 on May. 1, 2012:
ZXAN(config)#auto-write 12:00:00 may 1 2012
ZXAN(config)#

l The following example shows how to set a schedule for automatic saving of
configuration files a period of time after the configurations are modified. In this
example, the delay is set to two hours.
ZXAN(config)#auto-write 2

Related Commands
7.7 show auto-write

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7.2 file copy


Syntax
file copy name1 name2 name3 name4 name5 name6 [{srcdev name7 } {dstdev name8 } ]

Function
This command copies files between the active and standby cards.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Source card type -

name2 Source file type -

name3 Source file name, 1–64 -


characters

name4 Destination card type -

name5 Destination file type -

name6 Source file name, 1–64 -


characters

name7 Source device name -

name8 Destination device name -

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
This command is used to copy files between active cards, between active and standby
cards, and between standby cards.

Examples
The following example shows how to copy the version file of the main control card to the
other directory:
ZXAN#file copy master version scxn.fw master other scxn.fw
Start copying file
copying scxn.fw
Successfully

Related Commands
None

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7.3 file delete


Syntax
file delete name1 name2 [device name3 ]

Function
This command deletes a file from the Flash of the main control card. If the standby card
is inactive, the file with the same name on the standby card will also be deleted.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 File type -

name2 File name, 1–64 characters -

name3 Device name -

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
The wildcard (*) can be used in this command to delete a specific type of files (*.suff) or
all files (*.*) in a directory.

This command can also delete the files from the SD card of the main control card.
To delete the files on the SD card, the card must be on line and enabled.

Examples
The following example shows how to delete the cick.bt file from the SD card:
ZXAN#file delete version cick.bt device sdcard
Confirm to delete?[yes/no]:y
Start deleting file
deleting cick.bt..
Successfully

Related Commands
sdisk enable

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7.4 file download


Syntax
file download name1 name2 [device name3 ] [[{vrf name4 |mng } ] {ftp ipaddress ip_addr1 [path
name5 ] user name6 password name7 |tftp ipaddress ip_addr2 |sftp ipaddress ip_addr3 [path
name8 ] user name9 password name10 } ]

Function
This command downloads a file to the Flash of the main control card. If the standby card
is inactive, the file will also be downloaded to the standby card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 File type -

name2 File name, 1–64 characters -

name3 Device name -

name4 VPN, 1–32 characters -

mng Management port -

ip_addr1 Server IP address -

name5 Sub-path name, 3–256 -


characters

name6 User name, 3–35 characters -

name7 Password, 3–35 characters -

ip_addr2 Server IP address -

ip_addr3 Server IP address -

name8 Sub-path name, 3–256 -


characters

name9 User name, 3–35 characters -

name10 Password, 3–35 characters -

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
The wildcard (*) can be used in this command to download a specific type of files (*.suff)
or all files (*.*) in a directory.

This command supports FTP/SFTP/TFTP protocols.

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This command can also download files to the SD card of a main control card.
To download files to the SD card, the card must be on line and enabled.
A file server can be configured with the file-server boot-server command before file
download, or with this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to download a version file of the main control card:
ZXAN#file download version scxn_lx.mvr ftp ipaddress 10.63.196.66 user target password target
Downloading from host(10.63.196.66)
Transfering file SCXN_LX.MVR ..............................................................
...............................................................................Successfully

Related Commands
4.8 file-server boot-server
sdisk enable

7.5 file sync


Syntax
file sync name1 [name2 ]

Function
This command makes a synchronization between active and standby files with specified
file type and name. If no file names are specified, all the files of the type are synchronized.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 File type -

name2 File name, 1–64 characters -

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to synchronize version files:

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Related Commands
show
sync-status

7.6 file upload


Syntax
file upload name1 name2 [device name3 ] [[{vrf name4 |mng } ] {ftp ipaddress ip_addr1 [path
name5 ] user name6 password name7 |tftp ipaddress ip_addr2 |sftp ipaddress ip_addr3 [path
name8 ] user name9 password name10 } ]

Function
This command uploads files from the Flash and SD card of the main control card.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 File type -

name2 File name, 1–64 characters -

name3 Device name -

name4 VPN, 1–32 characters -

mng Management port -

ip_addr1 Server IP address -

name5 Sub-path name, 3–256 -


characters

name6 User name, 3–35 characters -

name7 Password, 3–35 characters -

ip_addr2 Server IP address -

ip_addr3 Server IP address -

name8 Sub-path name, 3–256 -


characters

name9 User name, 3–35 characters -

name10 Password, 3–35 characters -

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

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The wildcard (*) can be used in this command to upload a specific type of files (*.suff) or
all files (*.*) in a directory.
This command supports FTP/SFTP/TFTP protocols.
To upload the files on the SD card, the card must be on line and enabled.
A file server can be configured with the file-server boot-server command before file upload,
or with this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to upload a version file of the main control card:
ZXAN#file upload version scxl.mvr ftp ipaddress 140.1.0.58 user zte password zte
Uploading file to host(140.1.0.58)
Uploading file scxl.mvr ...
.........[Successfully]

Related Commands
4.8 file-server boot-server
sdisk enable

7.7 show auto-write


Syntax
show auto-write

Function
This command displays the configuration of the automatic saving function.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
This command displays the configuration of the automatic saving function, such as whether
the automatic saving of configuration files is enabled, and the automatic saving schedule.

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Examples
The following example shows how to display the configuration of the automatic saving
function:
ZXAN(config)#show auto-write

auto-write global configuration:


------------------------------------------
auto-write enable
auto-write 12:00:00 everyday

ZXAN(config)#

Related Commands
7.1 auto-write

7.8 show file


Syntax
show file name1 [device name2 ]

Function
This command displays information about files.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 File type -

name2 Device name -

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display information about files:
ZXAN#show file version
Files of version:
attribute size date time name

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-rwx 524288 Jan-01-1970 00:07:17 scxn.bt


-rwx 4114701 Feb-11-2001 17:41:52 scxn.fw
-rwx 4904260 Feb-11-2001 18:10:44 gtghg.mvr
-rwx 183191 Feb-11-2001 23:59:44 gucd.fw
-rwx 2219352 Feb-10-2001 23:05:50 cick.mvr
-rwx 143250 Feb-11-2001 18:11:02 gtghg.fw
-rwx 2006408 Feb-12-2001 00:01:30 gucd.mvr
-rwx 16557345 Jul-04-2012 08:45:45 SMXA_LX.MVR
-rwx 43700 Jan-01-1970 00:01:15 sotest
-rwx 21032862 Jan-01-1970 00:02:11 scxn0.mvr
-rwx 14597905 Jan-01-1970 00:02:00 scxn1.mvr
Current directory 11 files total
Total disk size: 243269632 bytes (167247872 bytes free)

Related Commands
None

7.9 show sync-status


Syntax
show sync-status

Function
This command displays the synchronization status.

Parameters
None

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display the synchronization status:
ZXAN#show sync-status
Synchronization status of files of version :
Filename Status
------------------------------------------------------------
scg.bt 100

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Related Commands
None

7.10 write
Syntax
write

Function
This command saves the configuration of the equipment.

Parameters
None

Mode
Privileged mode: ZXAN#

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to save the configuration of the equipment:
ZXAN#write
Backuping old configuration into flash...
Collecting configuration into memory...
Writing configuration into flash...[OK]
ZXAN#

Related Commands
None

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arp-broadcast .............................................................................................................8-1
inter-subvlan-routing...................................................................................................8-2
ip supervlan pool ........................................................................................................8-3
ip-pool-filter ................................................................................................................8-3
show supervlan ip-pool...............................................................................................8-4
supervlan inter-subvlan-routing ..................................................................................8-5

8.1 arp-broadcast
Syntax
arp-broadcast {enable |disable }

Function
This command enables or disables ARP broadcast from a super VLAN to all its
sub-VLANs/physical interfaces.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

enable Enables ARP broadcast. -

disable Disables ARP broadcast. -

Mode
SuperVLAN interface mode

Usage Guidelines
This command prevents the broadcast storm from decreasing the system processing
efficiency, and provides a configurable ARP broadcast function for users. To check the
configuration, run the show running-config command on a super VLAN interface.

By default, ARP broadcast is disabled on all sub-VLANs or physical interfaces.

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Examples
The following example shows how to enable ARP broadcast from super VLAN 1 to all its
sub-VLANs:
ZXAN(config)#interface supervlan1
ZXAN(config-supervlan1)#arp-broadcast enable

Related Commands
None

8.2 inter-subvlan-routing
Syntax
inter-subvlan-routing {enable |disable }

Function
This command enables or disables routing between sub-VLANs.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

enable Enables routing between -


sub-VLANs.

disable Disables routing between -


sub-VLANs.

Mode
SuperVLAN interface mode

Usage Guidelines
To check the configuration, run the show running-config command on a super VLAN
interface.
By default, routing between sub-VLANs are enabled.

Examples
The following example shows how to enable the routing between sub-VLANs on super
VLAN 1:

ZXAN(config)#interface supervlan1
ZXAN(config-supervlan1)#inter-subvlan-routing enable

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Related Commands
None

8.3 ip supervlan pool


Syntax
ip supervlan pool ip_addr1 ip_addr2
no ip supervlan pool ip_addr1 ip_addr2

Function
This command binds a serial of IP addresses to a VLAN/physical interface.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

ip_addr1 Start IP address, in dotted -


decimal notation

ip_addr2 End IP address, in dotted -


decimal notation

Mode
VLAN configuration sub-mode: ZXAN(config-vlanNumber)#

Usage Guidelines
To cancel the setting, use the no form of this command.

Examples
The following example shows how to bind the IP addresses from 192.168.1.1 to
192.168.1.128 to VLAN 4:
ZXAN(config)#vlan 4
ZXAN(config-vlan4)#ip supervlan pool 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.128

Related Commands
8.5 show supervlan ip-pool

8.4 ip-pool-filter
Syntax
ip-pool-filter {enable |disable }

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Function
This command enables or disables the super VLAN IP pool filtering function.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

enable Enables super VLAN IP pool -


filtering.

disable Disables super VLAN IP pool -


filtering.

Mode
SuperVLAN interface mode

Usage Guidelines
After the super VLAN IP pool address segment is configured, if the received packet does
not comply with the legal address segment, the packet will be discarded. To check the
configuration, run the show running-config command on a super VLAN interface.
By default, the super VLAN IP pool filtering function is enabled.

Examples
The following example shows how to enable the super VLAN IP pool filtering function on
super VLAN 1:
ZXAN(config)#interface supervlan1
ZXAN(config-supervlan1)#ip-pool-filter enable

Related Commands
8.3 ip supervlan pool
20.63 show supervlan

8.5 show supervlan ip-pool


Syntax
show supervlan ip-pool [number1 ]

Function
This command displays all IP pools bound to a VLAN.

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Parameters
Parameter Description Value

number1 Super VLAN ID Range: 1–255

Mode
All modes except user mode

Usage Guidelines
None

Examples
The following example shows how to display all IP pools bound to a super VLAN:
ZXAN#show supervlan ip-pool
The supervlan ip pool count is 0
SN Address Address Internal External Subvport SupervlanID
begin end vlanid vlanid

Session-no

Related Commands
8.3 ip supervlan pool

8.6 supervlan inter-subvlan-routing


Syntax
supervlan inter-subvlan-routing {enable |disable }

Function
This command enables or disables routing between sub-VLANs.

Parameters
Parameter Description Value

enable Enables routing between -


sub-VLANs.

disable Disables routing between -


sub-VLANs.

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN (config)#

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Usage Guidelines
To check the configuration, run the show running-config command on a super VLAN
interface.
By default, routing between sub-VLANs is enabled.

Examples
The following example shows how to enable routing between sub-VLANs:
ZXAN(config)#supervlan inter-subvlan-routing enable

Related Commands
20.63 show supervlan

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Alarm Management
Table of Contents
alarm..........................................................................................................................9-1
alarm alarm-profile .....................................................................................................9-2
alarm anti-jitter ...........................................................................................................9-3
alarm confirm .............................................................................................................9-4
alarm filter ..................................................................................................................9-4
alarm report-speed .....................................................................................................9-5
alarm trap-confirm ......................................................................................................9-6
alarm-index ................................................................................................................9-7
alarm-profile-apply......................................................................................................9-9
clear alarm counter...................................................................................................9-10
clear alarm pool........................................................................................................9-11
nms-hello-trap ..........................................................................................................9-12
nms-hello-trap interval ..............................................................................................9-12
show alarm configure ...............................................................................................9-13
show alarm counter ..................................................................................................9-14
show alarm filter .......................................................................................................9-15
show alarm pool .......................................................................................................9-16
show alarm profile ....................................................................................................9-18

9.1 alarm
Syntax
alarm {enable |disable }

Function
This command enables or disables the alarm function.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

enable Enables the alarm function. -

disable Disables the alarm function. -

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Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
By default, the alarm function is enabled.
When the alarm function is disabled, alarms are not reported, added to the alarm pool or
deleted from the alarm pool.

Examples
l The following example shows how to enable the alarm function:
ZXAN(config)#alarm enable

l The following example shows how to disable the alarm function:


ZXAN(config)#alarm disable

Related Commands
9.14 show alarm configure

9.2 alarm alarm-profile


Syntax
alarm alarm-profile name1
no alarm alarm-profile name1

Function
This command configures an alarm profile.

Parameters

Parameter Description Value

name1 Name of the alarm profile to be -


created, 1–32 visible characters

Mode
Configuration mode: ZXAN(config)#

Usage Guidelines
None

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Examples
The following example shows how to configure an alarm profile ddd:
ZXAN(config)#alarm alarm-profile ddd
ZXAN(config-almprofile)#

Related Commands
9.18 show alarm profile
9.8 alarm-index
9.9 alarm-profile-apply

9.3 alarm anti-jitter


Syntax
alarm anti-jitter number1

Function
This command sets a delay to prevent jitter of alarms. A raised alarm is delayed f