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BSR 64000

Command
Reference Guide

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Contents

Preface
Scope ........................................................................................................................................... xlv
Audience...................................................................................................................................... xlv
Documentation Set ...................................................................................................................... xlv
Conventions...............................................................................................................................xlvii
Notes, Cautions, Warnings .......................................................................................................xlviii
If You Need Help........................................................................................................................xlix

1 System Administration Commands


Introduction .................................................................................................................................1-1
System Administration Command Descriptions .........................................................................1-2
aaa accounting commands default....................................................................................1-3
aaa accounting exec default..............................................................................................1-5
aaa authentication enable default......................................................................................1-7
aaa authentication fail-message........................................................................................1-8
aaa authentication local-override......................................................................................1-9
aaa authentication login default......................................................................................1-10
aaa authorization commands default ..............................................................................1-11
aaa authorization exec default ........................................................................................1-13
aaa console authentication..............................................................................................1-14
aaa console authorization commands default .................................................................1-15
aaa new-model................................................................................................................1-16
alias.................................................................................................................................1-17
banner motd ....................................................................................................................1-18

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batch ...............................................................................................................................1-19
boot system.....................................................................................................................1-20
broadcast.........................................................................................................................1-21
carriage-return-lf-mode ..................................................................................................1-22
chassis alias ....................................................................................................................1-23
chassis assetid.................................................................................................................1-24
chkdsk.............................................................................................................................1-25
clear core log ..................................................................................................................1-26
clear evt ..........................................................................................................................1-27
clear log ..........................................................................................................................1-29
clear redundancy stats.....................................................................................................1-30
clock set ..........................................................................................................................1-31
clock summer-time .........................................................................................................1-32
clock timezone................................................................................................................1-34
configure.........................................................................................................................1-36
console authentication radius .........................................................................................1-37
copy ................................................................................................................................1-38
copy core ........................................................................................................................1-40
core .................................................................................................................................1-41
datapath keepalive ..........................................................................................................1-42
datapath pause enable .....................................................................................................1-43
delete...............................................................................................................................1-44
description ......................................................................................................................1-45
dir....................................................................................................................................1-46
disable.............................................................................................................................1-47
duplex .............................................................................................................................1-48
enable..............................................................................................................................1-49
enable authentication radius ...........................................................................................1-50
enable password..............................................................................................................1-51
enable rdn-process ..........................................................................................................1-52
enable secret ...................................................................................................................1-53
encapsulation snap..........................................................................................................1-54
erase................................................................................................................................1-55
exception.........................................................................................................................1-56

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exit ..................................................................................................................................1-57
forced-download.............................................................................................................1-58
format .............................................................................................................................1-59
help .................................................................................................................................1-60
history size......................................................................................................................1-61
hostname.........................................................................................................................1-62
hsim4 slot........................................................................................................................1-63
icp keepalive...................................................................................................................1-64
ip ftp password ...............................................................................................................1-66
ip ftp username ...............................................................................................................1-67
ip netmask-format...........................................................................................................1-68
ip tacacs source-interface ...............................................................................................1-69
ip tftp source-interface loopback ....................................................................................1-70
ldap client .......................................................................................................................1-71
ldap search-base..............................................................................................................1-72
ldap server ......................................................................................................................1-73
load-interval....................................................................................................................1-74
logging............................................................................................................................1-76
logging admin-status ......................................................................................................1-77
logging buffered .............................................................................................................1-79
logging console...............................................................................................................1-81
logging control docsis.....................................................................................................1-83
logging default................................................................................................................1-84
logging disable bpi_auth_invalid_messages ..................................................................1-85
logging disable bpi_auth_reject_messages.....................................................................1-86
logging disable bpi_map_reject_messages.....................................................................1-87
logging disable bpi_tek_invalid_messages ....................................................................1-88
logging disable cm_ranging_fail_r103_0.......................................................................1-89
logging disable dcc_arrive_new_c203_0 .......................................................................1-90
logging disable dcc_depart_old_c202_0 ........................................................................1-90
logging disable securityuser-login..................................................................................1-91
logging evt clear .............................................................................................................1-92
logging evt set.................................................................................................................1-93
logging facility................................................................................................................1-94

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logging on.......................................................................................................................1-95
logging rate-limit ............................................................................................................1-96
logging reporting ............................................................................................................1-97
logging reporting default ..............................................................................................1-100
logging session .............................................................................................................1-101
logging snmp-trap.........................................................................................................1-102
logging source-interface loopback ...............................................................................1-104
logging trap...................................................................................................................1-105
login..............................................................................................................................1-107
logout............................................................................................................................1-108
macro ............................................................................................................................1-109
memory checkzero........................................................................................................1-110
message......................................................................................................................... 1-111
network-clock-select.....................................................................................................1-112
network-clock-select revertive .....................................................................................1-114
more..............................................................................................................................1-115
page...............................................................................................................................1-117
password .......................................................................................................................1-118
patch install...................................................................................................................1-119
privilege restricted ........................................................................................................1-120
radius-server .................................................................................................................1-121
radius-server source-interface loopback.......................................................................1-123
redundancy cmts...........................................................................................................1-124
redundancy dtx .............................................................................................................1-126
redundancy force-switchover cmts...............................................................................1-127
redundancy force-switchover dtx .................................................................................1-129
redundancy force-switchover srm ................................................................................1-130
reload ............................................................................................................................1-131
reload switched.............................................................................................................1-132
remote copy ..................................................................................................................1-136
remote delete slot..........................................................................................................1-138
remote rm slot...............................................................................................................1-138
remote dir slot...............................................................................................................1-139
remote ls slot.................................................................................................................1-139

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repeat ............................................................................................................................1-141
reset...............................................................................................................................1-142
service password-encryption ........................................................................................1-143
session-timeout .............................................................................................................1-144
session-window set.......................................................................................................1-145
set bandwidth-factor .....................................................................................................1-146
set stats poll ..................................................................................................................1-147
show aliases ..................................................................................................................1-149
show boot......................................................................................................................1-151
show chassis alias .........................................................................................................1-152
show chassis assetid .....................................................................................................1-153
show chassis serial-num ...............................................................................................1-154
show chassis status .......................................................................................................1-155
show clock ....................................................................................................................1-159
show core log................................................................................................................1-160
show evt........................................................................................................................1-161
show forced-download .................................................................................................1-165
show history..................................................................................................................1-167
show keepalive .............................................................................................................1-169
show log........................................................................................................................1-171
show logging evt...........................................................................................................1-174
show logging reporting.................................................................................................1-175
show logging syslog .....................................................................................................1-178
show macro...................................................................................................................1-179
show memory ...............................................................................................................1-180
show network-clocks ....................................................................................................1-183
show patches-installed..................................................................................................1-184
show pool......................................................................................................................1-186
show process.................................................................................................................1-188
show process cpu..........................................................................................................1-190
show process memory ..................................................................................................1-194
show process msg-q-info..............................................................................................1-197
show process semaphores.............................................................................................1-198
show process stack .......................................................................................................1-200

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show redundancy ..........................................................................................................1-202


show redundancy cmts .................................................................................................1-205
show redundancy dtx....................................................................................................1-209
show redundancy srm ...................................................................................................1-212
show reload...................................................................................................................1-214
show running-config.....................................................................................................1-215
show srm alias ..............................................................................................................1-217
show srm assetid...........................................................................................................1-218
show srm serial-num.....................................................................................................1-219
show startup-config ......................................................................................................1-220
show stats fastpath ........................................................................................................1-222
show stats summary error .............................................................................................1-224
show stats xfabric .........................................................................................................1-225
show system..................................................................................................................1-226
show system alarms......................................................................................................1-230
show system fans..........................................................................................................1-233
show tacacs...................................................................................................................1-235
show tacacs statistics ....................................................................................................1-236
show tech ......................................................................................................................1-237
show update ..................................................................................................................1-240
show user-group ...........................................................................................................1-241
show users ....................................................................................................................1-243
show vectron slot..........................................................................................................1-245
show version.................................................................................................................1-247
show xfabric .................................................................................................................1-249
slot ................................................................................................................................1-251
speed .............................................................................................................................1-252
srm alias........................................................................................................................1-253
srm assetid ....................................................................................................................1-254
sync file ........................................................................................................................1-256
system temperature-threshold.......................................................................................1-257
tacacs reset-connections ...............................................................................................1-259
tacacs-server host..........................................................................................................1-260
tacacs-server key ..........................................................................................................1-262

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tacacs-server port..........................................................................................................1-263
tacacs-server retry.........................................................................................................1-264
tacacs-server timeout ....................................................................................................1-265
telnet .............................................................................................................................1-266
telnet authentication radius...........................................................................................1-267
telnet session-limit........................................................................................................1-268
update bypass................................................................................................................1-269
update chassis ...............................................................................................................1-270
update slot.....................................................................................................................1-271
username.......................................................................................................................1-272
username privilege........................................................................................................1-274
username user-group ....................................................................................................1-275
xfabric keepalive ..........................................................................................................1-276

2 IP Commands
Introduction .................................................................................................................................2-1
IP Command Descriptions ..........................................................................................................2-2
arp .....................................................................................................................................2-3
arp timeout........................................................................................................................2-5
cable helper-address .........................................................................................................2-6
clear arp-cache..................................................................................................................2-8
clear counters....................................................................................................................2-9
clear host.........................................................................................................................2-10
clear ip route ...................................................................................................................2-11
clear ip traffic .................................................................................................................2-12
clear sntp history.............................................................................................................2-13
host authorization ...........................................................................................................2-14
interface ..........................................................................................................................2-16
ip access-group ...............................................................................................................2-18
ip address ........................................................................................................................2-19
ip broadcast-address .......................................................................................................2-23
ip dhcp relay information ...............................................................................................2-24
ip domain-list..................................................................................................................2-26
ip domain-lookup............................................................................................................2-27

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ip domain-name ..............................................................................................................2-28
ip forward-protocol udp..................................................................................................2-29
ip forwarding ..................................................................................................................2-30
ip helper-address.............................................................................................................2-31
ip host .............................................................................................................................2-32
ip irdp..............................................................................................................................2-33
ip mask-reply ..................................................................................................................2-35
ip mtu..............................................................................................................................2-36
ip multicast fastpath........................................................................................................2-37
ip name-server ................................................................................................................2-39
ip proxy-arp ....................................................................................................................2-40
ip rarp-server ..................................................................................................................2-41
ip redirects ......................................................................................................................2-42
ip route............................................................................................................................2-43
ip routing ........................................................................................................................2-44
ip source-route ................................................................................................................2-45
ip unreachables ...............................................................................................................2-46
passive-interface .............................................................................................................2-47
ping .................................................................................................................................2-49
show arp..........................................................................................................................2-51
show controllers..............................................................................................................2-53
show host authorization..................................................................................................2-55
show host authorization cpe ...........................................................................................2-56
show host authorization interface cable .........................................................................2-58
show host authorization summary ..................................................................................2-60
show host unauthorized cpe............................................................................................2-62
show hosts ......................................................................................................................2-63
show interfaces ...............................................................................................................2-64
show ip arp .....................................................................................................................2-66
show ip dhcp stats...........................................................................................................2-69
show ip filters .................................................................................................................2-70
show ip filters summary .................................................................................................2-74
show ip flows..................................................................................................................2-77
show ip forwarding-table................................................................................................2-79

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show ip interface.............................................................................................................2-81
show ip irdp ....................................................................................................................2-84
show ip multicast fastpath ..............................................................................................2-86
show ip multicast fwd-cache ..........................................................................................2-87
show ip protocols............................................................................................................2-89
show ip route ..................................................................................................................2-91
show ip traffic.................................................................................................................2-94
show l2-cam....................................................................................................................2-98
show sntp ......................................................................................................................2-101
show tcp brief ...............................................................................................................2-102
show tcp statistics .........................................................................................................2-103
shutdown.......................................................................................................................2-107
sntp authenticate ...........................................................................................................2-108
sntp authentication-key.................................................................................................2-109
sntp broadcastdelay ......................................................................................................2-110
sntp broadcast client ..................................................................................................... 2-111
sntp disable ...................................................................................................................2-112
sntp response timeout ...................................................................................................2-113
sntp server.....................................................................................................................2-114
sntp source-interface loopback .....................................................................................2-116
sntp timer ......................................................................................................................2-117
sntp trusted-key ............................................................................................................2-118
traceroute ......................................................................................................................2-119
trap-enable-if ................................................................................................................2-121
trap-enable-rdn .............................................................................................................2-122
tunnel destination..........................................................................................................2-123
tunnel mode ..................................................................................................................2-124
tunnel source.................................................................................................................2-125
unresolved-ip-packet-throttle .......................................................................................2-126

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3 SNMP Commands
Introduction .................................................................................................................................3-1
SNMP Command Descriptions ...................................................................................................3-2
show snmp ........................................................................................................................3-3
snmp-server access ...........................................................................................................3-9
snmp-server chassis-id....................................................................................................3-11
snmp-server community .................................................................................................3-12
snmp-server community-table ........................................................................................3-13
snmp-server contact........................................................................................................3-16
snmp-server context........................................................................................................3-17
snmp-server convert .......................................................................................................3-18
snmp-server docs-trap-control........................................................................................3-19
snmp-server enable informs ...........................................................................................3-21
snmp-server enable traps ................................................................................................3-22
snmp-server engineID ....................................................................................................3-24
snmp-server group ..........................................................................................................3-25
snmp-server host.............................................................................................................3-26
snmp-server location ......................................................................................................3-29
snmp-server manager response-timeout .........................................................................3-30
snmp-server notify..........................................................................................................3-31
snmp-server notify-filter.................................................................................................3-33
snmp-server notify-filter-profile.....................................................................................3-35
snmp-server packetsize...................................................................................................3-37
snmp-server port number................................................................................................3-38
snmp-server shutdown....................................................................................................3-39
snmp-server sysname......................................................................................................3-40
snmp-server target-addr..................................................................................................3-41
snmp-server target-params .............................................................................................3-44
snmp-server trap rate-limit .............................................................................................3-47
snmp-server trap-source loopback..................................................................................3-48
snmp-server user.............................................................................................................3-49
snmp-server view............................................................................................................3-51

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4 Debug Commands
Introduction .................................................................................................................................4-1
Debug Command Descriptions ...................................................................................................4-1
debug aps ..........................................................................................................................4-2
debug arp ..........................................................................................................................4-3
debug cable err .................................................................................................................4-4
debug cable keyman .........................................................................................................4-5
debug cable mac ...............................................................................................................4-6
debug cable map ...............................................................................................................4-7
debug cable modem-select ...............................................................................................4-8
debug cable privacy..........................................................................................................4-9
debug cable qos ..............................................................................................................4-10
debug cable range ...........................................................................................................4-11
debug cable reg...............................................................................................................4-12
debug cable remote-query ..............................................................................................4-13
debug cable ucc ..............................................................................................................4-14
debug ip access-list.........................................................................................................4-15
debug ip bgp ...................................................................................................................4-16
debug ip dvmrp...............................................................................................................4-18
debug ip icmp .................................................................................................................4-19
debug ip igmp .................................................................................................................4-20
debug ip mfm..................................................................................................................4-21
debug ip mrtm.................................................................................................................4-22
debug ip ospf ..................................................................................................................4-23
debug ip packet...............................................................................................................4-25
debug ip pim ...................................................................................................................4-27
debug ip policy ...............................................................................................................4-29
debug ip redistribute .......................................................................................................4-30
debug ip rip.....................................................................................................................4-32
debug ip rip database ......................................................................................................4-33
debug ip rip events..........................................................................................................4-34
debug ip rip trigger .........................................................................................................4-35
debug ip tcp transactions ................................................................................................4-36
debug ip udp ...................................................................................................................4-37

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debug ip vrrp...................................................................................................................4-38
debug ipsec .....................................................................................................................4-39
debug ipv6 all .................................................................................................................4-41
debug ipv6 dhcp .............................................................................................................4-42
debug ipv6 icmp6 ...........................................................................................................4-43
debug ipv6 packet...........................................................................................................4-44
debug ipv6 tcp6 ..............................................................................................................4-45
debug ipv6 udp6 .............................................................................................................4-46
debug isis adj-packets.....................................................................................................4-47
debug isis authentication ................................................................................................4-48
debug isis snp-packets ....................................................................................................4-49
debug isis spf-event ........................................................................................................4-50
debug isis spf-statistics ...................................................................................................4-51
debug isis spf-triggers.....................................................................................................4-52
debug isis update-packets ...............................................................................................4-53
debug mpls forwarding...................................................................................................4-54
debug mpls rsvp..............................................................................................................4-55
debug nd .........................................................................................................................4-57
debug packet-cable .........................................................................................................4-58
debug ppp fsm ................................................................................................................4-59
debug ppp packet............................................................................................................4-60
debug radius....................................................................................................................4-61
debug snmp.....................................................................................................................4-62
debug sntp.......................................................................................................................4-63
debug specmgr................................................................................................................4-64
debug ssh ........................................................................................................................4-65
debug tacacs....................................................................................................................4-66
debug tacacs events ........................................................................................................4-67
debug task monitor .........................................................................................................4-68
debug tunnel ...................................................................................................................4-72
show debugging..............................................................................................................4-73
undebug all .....................................................................................................................4-74

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5 Access List Commands


Introduction .................................................................................................................................5-1
Access List Command Descriptions ...........................................................................................5-1
access-class in...................................................................................................................5-2
access-list (standard) ........................................................................................................5-3
access-list (extended)........................................................................................................5-4
ip access-group ...............................................................................................................5-12
ip access-list....................................................................................................................5-13
show access-lists.............................................................................................................5-14

6 Routing Policy Commands


Introduction .................................................................................................................................6-1
Routing Policy Command Descriptions ......................................................................................6-1
default-information originate............................................................................................6-2
default-metric ...................................................................................................................6-4
ip local policy route-map..................................................................................................6-5
ip policy route-map...........................................................................................................6-6
match as-path....................................................................................................................6-7
match community .............................................................................................................6-8
match ip address ...............................................................................................................6-9
match ip next-hop ...........................................................................................................6-10
match ip route-source .....................................................................................................6-11
match metric ...................................................................................................................6-12
match route-type external ...............................................................................................6-13
match route-type internal................................................................................................6-14
match tag ........................................................................................................................6-15
route-map........................................................................................................................6-16
set as-path prepend .........................................................................................................6-18
set automatic-tag.............................................................................................................6-19
set comm-list ..................................................................................................................6-20
set community ................................................................................................................6-22
set default interface.........................................................................................................6-24
set interface.....................................................................................................................6-25
set ip default next-hop ....................................................................................................6-26

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set ip diff-serv.................................................................................................................6-27
set ip next-hop ................................................................................................................6-29
set ip qos queue ..............................................................................................................6-30
set local-preference.........................................................................................................6-31
set metric ........................................................................................................................6-32
set metric-type ................................................................................................................6-33
set origin .........................................................................................................................6-34
set tag..............................................................................................................................6-35
set weight........................................................................................................................6-36
show ip redistribute ........................................................................................................6-37
show ip traffic.................................................................................................................6-39
show route-map ..............................................................................................................6-40

7 RIP Commands
Introduction .................................................................................................................................7-1
RIP Command Descriptions........................................................................................................7-1
auto-summary ...................................................................................................................7-2
clear ip rip statistics ..........................................................................................................7-3
default-information originate............................................................................................7-4
default-metric ...................................................................................................................7-5
distance .............................................................................................................................7-6
distribute-list in.................................................................................................................7-7
distribute-list out...............................................................................................................7-8
graceful-restart-period ......................................................................................................7-9
ip rip authentication key .................................................................................................7-10
ip rip host-routes.............................................................................................................7-11
ip rip message-digest-key md5.......................................................................................7-12
ip rip receive version ......................................................................................................7-13
ip rip send version ..........................................................................................................7-14
ip split-horizon................................................................................................................7-15
maximum-paths ..............................................................................................................7-16
network ...........................................................................................................................7-17
offset-list.........................................................................................................................7-18
output-delay....................................................................................................................7-20

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passive-interface .............................................................................................................7-21
redistribute......................................................................................................................7-22
router rip .........................................................................................................................7-24
show ip rip database .......................................................................................................7-25
source-port 520...............................................................................................................7-27
timers basic.....................................................................................................................7-28
version ............................................................................................................................7-30

8 OSPF Commands
Introduction .................................................................................................................................8-1
OSPF Command Descriptions ....................................................................................................8-1
area authentication............................................................................................................8-2
area default-cost................................................................................................................8-3
area nssa............................................................................................................................8-4
area range..........................................................................................................................8-5
area stub............................................................................................................................8-6
area virtual-link ................................................................................................................8-7
auto-cost reference-bandwidth .........................................................................................8-9
auto-virtual-link..............................................................................................................8-10
clear ip ospf ....................................................................................................................8-11
default-information originate..........................................................................................8-12
default-metric .................................................................................................................8-13
distance ...........................................................................................................................8-14
distance ospf ...................................................................................................................8-15
distribute-list...................................................................................................................8-17
graceful-restart................................................................................................................8-18
helper-mode ....................................................................................................................8-19
ip ospf authentication-key ..............................................................................................8-21
ip ospf cost......................................................................................................................8-22
ip ospf database-filter all out ..........................................................................................8-23
ip ospf dead-interval .......................................................................................................8-24
ip ospf hello-interval.......................................................................................................8-25
ip ospf message-digest-key.............................................................................................8-26
ip ospf network ...............................................................................................................8-27

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ip ospf priority ................................................................................................................8-28


ip ospf retransmit-interval ..............................................................................................8-29
ip ospf transmit-delay .....................................................................................................8-30
maximum-paths ..............................................................................................................8-31
moto-nsf..........................................................................................................................8-32
network area ...................................................................................................................8-34
passive-interface .............................................................................................................8-35
redistribute......................................................................................................................8-36
rfc1583-compatible.........................................................................................................8-38
router-id ..........................................................................................................................8-39
router ospf.......................................................................................................................8-40
show ip ospf....................................................................................................................8-41
show ip ospf border-routers............................................................................................8-43
show ip ospf database.....................................................................................................8-44
show ip ospf interface.....................................................................................................8-47
show ip ospf memory .....................................................................................................8-49
show ip ospf neighbor ....................................................................................................8-51
show ip ospf network......................................................................................................8-53
show ip ospf virtual-links ...............................................................................................8-54
summary-address............................................................................................................8-55
timers spf ........................................................................................................................8-56

9 IGMP Commands
Introduction .................................................................................................................................9-1
IGMP Command Descriptions ....................................................................................................9-2
clear ip igmp counters ......................................................................................................9-3
ip igmp access-group........................................................................................................9-4
ip igmp querier-timeout ....................................................................................................9-5
ip igmp query-interval ......................................................................................................9-6
ip igmp last-member-query-count ....................................................................................9-7
ip igmp last-member-query-interval.................................................................................9-8
ip igmp query-max-response-time....................................................................................9-9
ip igmp static-group........................................................................................................9-10
ip igmp version ...............................................................................................................9-11

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ip igmp version1-querier ................................................................................................9-12


show ip igmp groups ......................................................................................................9-13
show ip igmp interface ...................................................................................................9-15
show ip igmp statistics....................................................................................................9-17

10 VRRP Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................10-1
VRRP Command Descriptions..................................................................................................10-1
clear ip vrrp.....................................................................................................................10-2
ip vrrp .............................................................................................................................10-3
ip vrrp (virtual router ID) ...............................................................................................10-4
ip vrrp address ................................................................................................................10-5
ip vrrp authentication key ...............................................................................................10-6
ip vrrp authentication type..............................................................................................10-7
ip vrrp enable..................................................................................................................10-8
ip vrrp preempt ...............................................................................................................10-9
ip vrrp priority ..............................................................................................................10-10
ip vrrp primary-ip .........................................................................................................10-11
ip vrrp timer..................................................................................................................10-12
ip vrrp verify-availability .............................................................................................10-13
show ip vrrp..................................................................................................................10-14

11 IP Multicast Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................11-1
MRTM Command Descriptions ................................................................................................11-1
ip mroute.........................................................................................................................11-2
ip mroute static distance .................................................................................................11-3
ip mroute unicast distance ..............................................................................................11-4
ip multicast-routing ........................................................................................................11-5
show ip rpf ......................................................................................................................11-6
MFM Command Descriptions...................................................................................................11-7
clear ip multicast fwd-cache...........................................................................................11-8
clear ip multicast proto-cache.........................................................................................11-9
mtrace ...........................................................................................................................11-10

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show ip multicast cache-summary................................................................................ 11-11


show ip multicast fwd-cache ........................................................................................11-12
show ip multicast interface...........................................................................................11-13
show ip multicast oi-fwd-cache....................................................................................11-14
show ip multicast no-oi-fwd-cache ..............................................................................11-15
show ip multicast proto-cache ......................................................................................11-16

12 DVMRP Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................12-1
DVMRP Command Descriptions..............................................................................................12-1
ip dvmrp accept-filter .....................................................................................................12-2
ip dvmrp default-information originate ..........................................................................12-3
ip dvmrp metric-offset ....................................................................................................12-4
ip dvmrp output-report-delay .........................................................................................12-5
ip dvmrp out-report-filter ...............................................................................................12-6
ip dvmrp probe-interval..................................................................................................12-7
ip dvmrp reject-non-pruners ...........................................................................................12-8
ip dvmrp summary-address ............................................................................................12-9
network .........................................................................................................................12-10
router dvmrp .................................................................................................................12-11
show ip dvmrp information ..........................................................................................12-12
show ip dvmrp interface ...............................................................................................12-13
show ip dvmrp neighbor...............................................................................................12-14
show ip dvmrp network ................................................................................................12-15
show ip dvmrp route.....................................................................................................12-16
show ip dvmrp route hold-down...................................................................................12-17
show ip dvmrp summary-route.....................................................................................12-18
show ip dvmrp tunnels..................................................................................................12-19

13 CMTS Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................13-1
CMTS Command Descriptions .................................................................................................13-1
arp timeout......................................................................................................................13-2
balance............................................................................................................................13-3

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band ................................................................................................................................13-4
bind cmts ........................................................................................................................13-5
bootrom-filename ...........................................................................................................13-6
bootrom-invalidate slot...................................................................................................13-7
cable bind........................................................................................................................13-8
cable bundle..................................................................................................................13-10
cable bundle master ......................................................................................................13-11
cable cmts type .............................................................................................................13-12
cable concatenation docsis-1.0 .....................................................................................13-13
cable deny ip.................................................................................................................13-14
cable dhcp force-unicast ...............................................................................................13-15
cable dhcp preserve-server-id.......................................................................................13-16
cable dhcp-giaddr primary............................................................................................13-17
cable dhcp leasequery message-type ............................................................................13-18
cable disable 3140-nbpwr-adjustment ..........................................................................13-20
cable disable bpi-cmcert ...............................................................................................13-21
cable disable eth-pkt-filtering.......................................................................................13-22
cable downstream aggregate.........................................................................................13-23
cable downstream bdm-interval ...................................................................................13-24
cable downstream bonding disable...............................................................................13-25
cable downstream bonding-domain..............................................................................13-26
cable downstream bonding-group ................................................................................13-27
cable downstream carrier-only .....................................................................................13-29
cable downstream channel-id .......................................................................................13-30
cable downstream channel-mode .................................................................................13-31
cable downstream description ......................................................................................13-32
cable downstream fiber-node........................................................................................13-33
cable downstream frequency ........................................................................................13-34
cable downstream interleave-depth ..............................................................................13-36
cable downstream loadbalance-group ..........................................................................13-38
cable downstream modulation......................................................................................13-39
cable downstream mot-bonding-group.........................................................................13-40
cable downstream multicast enable ..............................................................................13-42
cable downstream non-bonding-reset interval..............................................................13-43

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cable downstream port..................................................................................................13-44


cable downstream power-level .....................................................................................13-45
cable downstream primary-capable..............................................................................13-47
cable downstream rate-limit .........................................................................................13-48
cable downstream schedule ..........................................................................................13-49
cable downstream scrambler on ...................................................................................13-50
cable downstream shutdown.........................................................................................13-51
cable downstream sync-interval ...................................................................................13-52
cable downstream threshold .........................................................................................13-53
cable downstream trap-enable-if ..................................................................................13-55
cable downstream trap-enable-rdn ...............................................................................13-56
cable dtx type................................................................................................................13-57
cable dynamic-service admitted-timeout......................................................................13-58
cable fast-path cm.........................................................................................................13-59
cable filter group index src-ip.......................................................................................13-60
cable filter group index dst-ip.......................................................................................13-61
cable filter group index ulp...........................................................................................13-62
cable filter group index tos ...........................................................................................13-63
cable filter group index action......................................................................................13-64
cable filter group index enable .....................................................................................13-65
cable flap-list aging ......................................................................................................13-66
cable flap-list insertion-time.........................................................................................13-68
cable flap-list miss-threshold........................................................................................13-69
cable flap-list percentage threshold ..............................................................................13-70
cable flap-list power-adjust threshold ..........................................................................13-71
cable flap-list size .........................................................................................................13-72
cable flap-list trap-enable .............................................................................................13-73
cable helper-address .....................................................................................................13-74
cable helper-address host vendor-class-identifiers .......................................................13-76
cable host authorization range ......................................................................................13-77
cable insert-interval ......................................................................................................13-78
cable intercept...............................................................................................................13-79
cable ip-broadcast-echo ................................................................................................13-81
cable ip-multicast-echo.................................................................................................13-82

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cable load-balance ........................................................................................................13-83


cable loadbalance-group...............................................................................................13-84
cable loadbalance-policy ..............................................................................................13-85
cable loadbalance-restricted .........................................................................................13-86
cable loadbalance-rule ..................................................................................................13-88
cable load-balance spectrum-group ..............................................................................13-91
cable mdd-interval ........................................................................................................13-92
cable modem-aging-timer.............................................................................................13-93
cable modem dcc ..........................................................................................................13-94
cable modem deny ........................................................................................................13-96
cable modem disable loadbalancing .............................................................................13-97
cable modem max-hosts ...............................................................................................13-98
cable modem max-hosts-all..........................................................................................13-99
cable modem qos dsa..................................................................................................13-100
cable modem qos dsc..................................................................................................13-102
cable modem qos dsd..................................................................................................13-103
cable modem remote-query ........................................................................................13-104
cable modem remote-query source-interface .............................................................13-105
cable modem service-class-name ...............................................................................13-108
cable modem ucc ........................................................................................................13-110
cable modem updis .....................................................................................................13-112
cable modulation-profile ............................................................................................13-113
cable modulation-profile copy....................................................................................13-117
cable modulation-profile description..........................................................................13-118
cable modulation-profile reset....................................................................................13-119
cable mta-protection enable........................................................................................13-120
cable multicast ............................................................................................................13-121
cable multi-ds-override...............................................................................................13-123
cable privacy auth life-time ........................................................................................13-124
cable privacy cert........................................................................................................13-125
cable privacy cm-auth life-time..................................................................................13-126
cable privacy cm-auth reset ........................................................................................13-127
cable privacy cm-tek life-time....................................................................................13-129
cable privacy cm-tek reset ..........................................................................................13-130

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cable privacy enforce-bpi-plus ...................................................................................13-131


cable privacy mandatory.............................................................................................13-132
cable privacy mcast ....................................................................................................13-134
cable privacy mcast access .........................................................................................13-135
cable privacy tek life-time ..........................................................................................13-136
cable qos max-burst....................................................................................................13-137
cable qos-profile .........................................................................................................13-138
cable security authorized ............................................................................................13-139
cable security failure...................................................................................................13-140
cable shared-secret......................................................................................................13-141
cable shared-secondary-secret ....................................................................................13-142
cable spectrum-group .................................................................................................13-143
cable spm-management ..............................................................................................13-144
cable submgmt default cpe-control active..................................................................13-145
cable submgmt default cpe-control learnable.............................................................13-146
cable submgmt default cpe-control max-cpe..............................................................13-147
cable submgmt default filter-group ............................................................................13-148
cable submgmt default filter-group cm ......................................................................13-149
cable sync-interval......................................................................................................13-150
cable tcpudp-filter group index src-port .....................................................................13-151
cable tcpudp-filter group index dst-port .....................................................................13-152
cable tcpudp-filter group index enable .......................................................................13-153
cable tcpudp-filter group index tcp-flag .....................................................................13-154
cable ucd-interval .......................................................................................................13-155
cable upstream active-codes .......................................................................................13-156
cable upstream capability ...........................................................................................13-157
cable upstream channel-id ..........................................................................................13-158
cable upstream channel-type ......................................................................................13-159
cable upstream channel-width ....................................................................................13-160
cable upstream codes-minislot ...................................................................................13-161
cable upstream concatenation.....................................................................................13-162
cable upstream data-backoff.......................................................................................13-163
cable upstream description .........................................................................................13-164
cable upstream eng-nb-atten-backoff value................................................................13-165

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cable upstream eq-magnitude-scaling ........................................................................13-167


cable upstream force-frag ...........................................................................................13-169
cable upstream frequency ...........................................................................................13-170
cable upstream global-clock .......................................................................................13-172
cable upstream global-clock enable............................................................................13-173
cable upstream hopping-seed .....................................................................................13-174
cable upstream ingress-canceller enable ....................................................................13-175
cable upstream invited-range-interval ........................................................................13-176
cable upstream iuc11-grant-size .................................................................................13-177
cable upstream loadbalance-group .............................................................................13-178
cable upstream maintain-power-density on................................................................13-179
cable upstream map-interval.......................................................................................13-180
cable upstream max-calls ...........................................................................................13-181
cable upstream minislot-size ......................................................................................13-182
cable upstream modem-ranging-delay .......................................................................13-184
cable upstream modulation-profile.............................................................................13-185
cable upstream physical-delay....................................................................................13-187
cable upstream power-level ........................................................................................13-191
cable upstream power-level default............................................................................13-193
cable upstream pre-equalization .................................................................................13-195
cable upstream range-backoff.....................................................................................13-196
cable upstream range-forced-continue .......................................................................13-197
cable upstream range-power-override ........................................................................13-198
cable upstream rate-limit ............................................................................................13-199
cable upstream schedule .............................................................................................13-200
cable upstream shutdown ...........................................................................................13-201
cable upstream snr-offset............................................................................................13-202
cable upstream spectrum-group..................................................................................13-203
cable upstream spread-interval ...................................................................................13-204
cable upstream trap-enable-cmts ................................................................................13-205
cable upstream trap-enable-if .....................................................................................13-206
cable upstream trap-enable-rdn ..................................................................................13-207
cable utilization-interval.............................................................................................13-208
channel-type ...............................................................................................................13-209

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clear cable dcc-stats....................................................................................................13-211


clear cable downstream bonding-group statistics.......................................................13-212
clear cable flap-list .....................................................................................................13-213
clear cable host ...........................................................................................................13-214
clear cable modem ......................................................................................................13-215
clear cable modem downstream .................................................................................13-216
clear cable modem reject-pk reset ..............................................................................13-217
clear cable modem reject-pt reset ...............................................................................13-217
clear cable modem offline ..........................................................................................13-218
clear cable modem sync..............................................................................................13-219
clear cable qos svc-flow statistics...............................................................................13-220
clear cable srvclass-stats.............................................................................................13-221
clear cable ucc-stats....................................................................................................13-223
clear cable ugs-stats....................................................................................................13-224
clear counters cable ....................................................................................................13-225
clear interfaces cable upstream channel-agility-stats .................................................13-226
clear interfaces cable upstream signal-quality............................................................13-227
clear usage-stats..........................................................................................................13-228
cmts-id ........................................................................................................................13-229
codes-subframe...........................................................................................................13-230
collect interval ............................................................................................................13-231
collect resolution ........................................................................................................13-232
dhcp leasequery authorization on ...............................................................................13-233
differential-encoding on .............................................................................................13-234
docstest .......................................................................................................................13-235
docstest type ...............................................................................................................13-236
fec-codeword ..............................................................................................................13-238
fec-correction..............................................................................................................13-239
fft display....................................................................................................................13-240
fft setup .......................................................................................................................13-242
fft start ........................................................................................................................13-243
fft store........................................................................................................................13-244
frequency-test-method................................................................................................13-245
guard-band ..................................................................................................................13-246

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hop action band...........................................................................................................13-247


hop action channel-width ...........................................................................................13-248
hop action frequency ..................................................................................................13-249
hop action modulation-profile ....................................................................................13-250
hop action power-level ...............................................................................................13-251
hop action roll-back....................................................................................................13-253
hop modulation-rollback-count ..................................................................................13-254
hop period...................................................................................................................13-255
hop snr hysteresis .......................................................................................................13-256
hop sampling-period active-channel...........................................................................13-258
hop sampling-period rollback-channel .......................................................................13-259
hop sampling-period spare-channel............................................................................13-260
hop threshold error .....................................................................................................13-261
hop threshold flap .......................................................................................................13-262
hop threshold snr modulation-type.............................................................................13-263
init-tech.......................................................................................................................13-265
interface cable.............................................................................................................13-266
interleaver-block-size .................................................................................................13-267
interleaver-depth.........................................................................................................13-268
interleaver-step-size....................................................................................................13-269
ip address ....................................................................................................................13-270
ip dhcp relay information option ................................................................................13-273
iuc ...............................................................................................................................13-274
last-codeword-length ..................................................................................................13-277
load-balancing ............................................................................................................13-278
load-balancing static...................................................................................................13-279
max-burst....................................................................................................................13-280
mdrc enable ................................................................................................................13-281
modulation-type..........................................................................................................13-282
ping docsis ..................................................................................................................13-284
policy rule...................................................................................................................13-285
preamble-length..........................................................................................................13-286
preamble-type .............................................................................................................13-287
reference-modem-exclusion .......................................................................................13-288

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scrambler-mode ..........................................................................................................13-289
scrambler-seed ............................................................................................................13-290
show bindings.............................................................................................................13-291
show cable binding .....................................................................................................13-292
show cable bonding-group minrr-multipliers .............................................................13-294
show cable dcc-stats ...................................................................................................13-296
show cable downstream..............................................................................................13-298
show cable downstream bonding-groups ...................................................................13-301
show cable downstream idlist.....................................................................................13-304
show cable fiber-node.................................................................................................13-305
show cable filter .........................................................................................................13-307
show cable flap-list.....................................................................................................13-308
show cable insert-interval...........................................................................................13-310
show cable loadbalance-group ...................................................................................13-311
show cable loadbalance-no-move-list ........................................................................13-313
show cable loadbalance-policy...................................................................................13-315
show cable loadbalance-restricted..............................................................................13-317
show cable loadbalance-rule.......................................................................................13-318
show cable md-ds-sg ..................................................................................................13-319
show cable modem .....................................................................................................13-321
show cable modem bonding .......................................................................................13-325
show cable modem cpe...............................................................................................13-327
show cable modem detail ...........................................................................................13-330
show cable modem downstream.................................................................................13-333
show cable flap-list.....................................................................................................13-336
show cable modem hosts ............................................................................................13-339
show cable modem loadbalance-group ......................................................................13-341
show cable modem mac..............................................................................................13-343
show cable modem mac30..........................................................................................13-346
show cable modem maintenance ................................................................................13-349
show cable modem max-rate ......................................................................................13-351
show cable modem mta ..............................................................................................13-352
show cable modem ps.................................................................................................13-352
show cable modem stb................................................................................................13-352

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show cable modem offline..........................................................................................13-357


show cable modem offline-previous ..........................................................................13-359
show cable modem phy ..............................................................................................13-361
show cable modem qos...............................................................................................13-364
show cable modem qos summary...............................................................................13-367
show cable modem registered ....................................................................................13-370
show cable modem remote-query...............................................................................13-373
show cable modem security........................................................................................13-378
show cable modem stats .............................................................................................13-383
show cable modem summary .....................................................................................13-386
show cable modem summary total .............................................................................13-389
show cable modem svc-flow-id..................................................................................13-391
show cable modem svc-flow-id detail........................................................................13-393
show cable modem time-registered ............................................................................13-396
show cable modem timing-offset ...............................................................................13-399
show cable modem unregistered ................................................................................13-403
show cable modem vendor .........................................................................................13-405
show cable modem vendor summary .........................................................................13-407
show cable modem verbose........................................................................................13-409
show cable modulation-profile ...................................................................................13-411
show cable modulation-profile brief ..........................................................................13-414
show cable modulation-profile description ................................................................13-415
show cable privacy auth .............................................................................................13-416
show cable privacy cm-auth .......................................................................................13-417
show cable privacy cm-tek .........................................................................................13-418
show cable privacy cmts.............................................................................................13-420
show cable privacy enforce-bpi-plus..........................................................................13-421
show cable privacy mandatory ...................................................................................13-422
show cable privacy tek ...............................................................................................13-423
show cable qos profile ................................................................................................13-424
show cable qos profile user-defined ...........................................................................13-427
show cable qos svc-flow classifier .............................................................................13-430
show cable qos svc-flow dynamic-stat .......................................................................13-433
show cable qos svc-flow log.......................................................................................13-434

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show cable qos svc-flow param-set............................................................................13-435


show cable qos svc-flow phs ......................................................................................13-437
show cable qos svc-flow statistics..............................................................................13-439
show cable qos svc-flow summary.............................................................................13-441
show cable qos svc-flow upstream-stat ......................................................................13-442
show cable spectrum-group........................................................................................13-443
show cable spectrum-group load-balance summary...................................................13-446
show cable spectrum-group map ................................................................................13-447
show cable spectrum-group modem-exclusion-list ....................................................13-449
show cable spectrum-group reference-modem...........................................................13-450
show cable spectrum-group snr-thresholds ................................................................13-451
show cable spectrum-group stats................................................................................13-452
show cable submgmt default ......................................................................................13-454
show cable sync-interval ............................................................................................13-455
show cable tcpudp-filter .............................................................................................13-456
show cable ucc-stats ...................................................................................................13-457
show cable ucd-interval..............................................................................................13-459
show cable ugs-stats ...................................................................................................13-460
show cable upstream...................................................................................................13-462
show cable upstream global-clock..............................................................................13-466
show controllers cable ds-mac....................................................................................13-467
show controllers cable ds-phy ....................................................................................13-471
show docsis-version....................................................................................................13-473
show docstest..............................................................................................................13-474
show interfaces cable..................................................................................................13-475
show interfaces cable bandwidth voice ......................................................................13-481
show interfaces cable configuration ...........................................................................13-483
show interfaces cable downstream .............................................................................13-485
show interfaces cable intercept...................................................................................13-488
show interfaces cable service-class ............................................................................13-490
show interfaces cable stats..........................................................................................13-493
show interfaces cable upstream ..................................................................................13-495
show interfaces cable upstream channel-agility-stats.................................................13-500
show running-config cable downstream port .............................................................13-502

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show stats cmts ...........................................................................................................13-504


show stats summary error ...........................................................................................13-507
snr display...................................................................................................................13-509
snr loop .......................................................................................................................13-510
snr setup......................................................................................................................13-512
snr setup-get................................................................................................................13-514
snr setup-spare-mod-profile........................................................................................13-515
snr start .......................................................................................................................13-516
snr store ......................................................................................................................13-517
spectrum-copy ............................................................................................................13-518
spreader on..................................................................................................................13-519
tcm-encoding on .........................................................................................................13-520
time band ....................................................................................................................13-521
time delete ..................................................................................................................13-522
vendor-class-identifier ................................................................................................13-523

14 QoS Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................14-1
QoS Command Descriptions .....................................................................................................14-1
qos bw default.................................................................................................................14-2
qos queue bw ..................................................................................................................14-3
qos queue dot1p..............................................................................................................14-4
show qos queue config ...................................................................................................14-5

15 POS Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................15-1
POS Command Descriptions.....................................................................................................15-2
aps force..........................................................................................................................15-3
aps group ........................................................................................................................15-4
aps lockout......................................................................................................................15-5
aps manual ......................................................................................................................15-6
aps protect.......................................................................................................................15-7
aps revert ........................................................................................................................15-8
aps signal-degrade ber threshold ....................................................................................15-9

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aps signal-fail ber threshold..........................................................................................15-10


aps unidirectional..........................................................................................................15-11
aps working ..................................................................................................................15-12
crc .................................................................................................................................15-13
interface pos..................................................................................................................15-14
ip address ......................................................................................................................15-15
peer default ip address ..................................................................................................15-16
pos ais-shut ...................................................................................................................15-17
pos flag .........................................................................................................................15-18
pos framing...................................................................................................................15-20
pos internal-clock .........................................................................................................15-21
pos report ......................................................................................................................15-22
pos scramble .................................................................................................................15-24
pos signal mode ............................................................................................................15-25
pos threshold.................................................................................................................15-26
ppp magic-number........................................................................................................15-28
ppp negotiation-count...................................................................................................15-29
ppp timeout...................................................................................................................15-30
show aps .......................................................................................................................15-31
show controllers pos .....................................................................................................15-32
show interfaces pos.......................................................................................................15-34
show ppp info ...............................................................................................................15-37
show ppp statistics........................................................................................................15-38

16 BGP Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................16-1
BGP Command Descriptions ....................................................................................................16-1
aggregate-address ...........................................................................................................16-2
auto-summary .................................................................................................................16-3
bgp always-compare-med...............................................................................................16-4
bgp client-to-client reflection .........................................................................................16-5
bgp cluster-id ..................................................................................................................16-6
bgp confederation identifier ...........................................................................................16-7
bgp confederation peers..................................................................................................16-8

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bgp dampening ...............................................................................................................16-9


bgp default ....................................................................................................................16-11
bgp permit.....................................................................................................................16-12
bgp router-id .................................................................................................................16-13
clear ip bgp ...................................................................................................................16-14
clear ip bgp dampening ................................................................................................16-15
clear ip bgp flap-statistics.............................................................................................16-16
default-information originate........................................................................................16-17
default-metric ...............................................................................................................16-18
distance bgp ..................................................................................................................16-19
distribute-list in.............................................................................................................16-21
distribute-list out...........................................................................................................16-22
ip as-path access-list .....................................................................................................16-23
ip bgp-community new-format.....................................................................................16-24
ip community-list..........................................................................................................16-26
match as-path................................................................................................................16-28
match community .........................................................................................................16-29
maximum-paths ............................................................................................................16-30
neighbor advertisement-interval...................................................................................16-31
neighbor confed-segment .............................................................................................16-32
neighbor default-originate ............................................................................................16-33
neighbor description .....................................................................................................16-34
neighbor distribute-list..................................................................................................16-35
neighbor ebgp-multihop ...............................................................................................16-36
neighbor filter-list .........................................................................................................16-37
neighbor maximum-prefix............................................................................................16-39
neighbor next-hop-self..................................................................................................16-41
neighbor password........................................................................................................16-42
neighbor peer-group (assigning members) ...................................................................16-43
neighbor peer-group (creating).....................................................................................16-44
neighbor remote-as .......................................................................................................16-45
neighbor remove-private-as..........................................................................................16-47
neighbor route-map ......................................................................................................16-48
neighbor route-reflector-client......................................................................................16-49

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neighbor send-community ............................................................................................16-51
neighbor shutdown .......................................................................................................16-52
neighbor soft-reconfiguration inbound.........................................................................16-53
neighbor timers.............................................................................................................16-54
neighbor update-source loopback.................................................................................16-56
neighbor weight ............................................................................................................16-57
network .........................................................................................................................16-58
redistribute....................................................................................................................16-59
route-map......................................................................................................................16-61
router bgp......................................................................................................................16-62
set as-path prepend .......................................................................................................16-63
set comm-list ................................................................................................................16-64
set community ..............................................................................................................16-66
set ip next-hop ..............................................................................................................16-68
set local-preference.......................................................................................................16-69
set metric-type ..............................................................................................................16-70
set origin .......................................................................................................................16-71
set tag............................................................................................................................16-72
set weight......................................................................................................................16-73
show ip as-path-access-list ...........................................................................................16-74
show ip bgp...................................................................................................................16-75
show ip bgp cidr-only ...................................................................................................16-77
show ip bgp community ...............................................................................................16-78
show ip bgp community-list .........................................................................................16-80
show ip bgp dampened-paths .......................................................................................16-81
show ip bgp flap-statistics ............................................................................................16-82
show ip bgp ipv4 unicast ..............................................................................................16-84
show ip bgp memory ....................................................................................................16-88
show ip bgp neighbors..................................................................................................16-90
show ip bgp next-hops..................................................................................................16-92
show ip bgp paths .........................................................................................................16-93
show ip bgp peer-group ................................................................................................16-94
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show ip community-list ................................................................................................16-99
synchronization...........................................................................................................16-100
timers bgp ...................................................................................................................16-101

17 PIM Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................17-1
PIM Command Descriptions .....................................................................................................17-1
ip pim border ..................................................................................................................17-2
ip pim bsr-candidate .......................................................................................................17-3
ip pim bsr-candidate ip-address......................................................................................17-4
ip pim dr-priority ............................................................................................................17-5
ip pim message-interval..................................................................................................17-6
ip pim query-interval ......................................................................................................17-7
ip pim rp-candidate.........................................................................................................17-8
ip pim rp-candidate group-list ........................................................................................17-9
ip pim rp-candidate interval..........................................................................................17-10
ip pim rp-candidate ip-address .....................................................................................17-11
ip pim rp-candidate priority..........................................................................................17-12
ip pim spt-threshold lasthop .........................................................................................17-13
ip pim spt-threshold rp..................................................................................................17-14
ip pim ssm.....................................................................................................................17-15
network .........................................................................................................................17-16
pim accept-rp ................................................................................................................17-17
pim graceful-restart restart-interval..............................................................................17-18
pim register-checksum..................................................................................................17-19
pim rp-address ..............................................................................................................17-20
pim unicast-route-lookup..............................................................................................17-22
router pim .....................................................................................................................17-23
show ip pim ..................................................................................................................17-24

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18 MPLS Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................18-1
About RSVP ...................................................................................................................18-3
MPLS Command Descriptions..................................................................................................18-3
clear ip rsvp statistics......................................................................................................18-4
clear mpls traffic.............................................................................................................18-5
debug mpls forwarding...................................................................................................18-6
debug mpls rsvp..............................................................................................................18-7
ip rsvp .............................................................................................................................18-9
mpls create-lsp rsvp......................................................................................................18-11
mpls create-lsp rsvp explicit-route identifier................................................................18-12
mpls create-lsp rsvp next-hop.......................................................................................18-13
mpls create-lsp static ....................................................................................................18-14
mpls fp max ..................................................................................................................18-16
mpls ip ..........................................................................................................................18-17
mpls label range............................................................................................................18-18
mpls rsvp restart-lsp .....................................................................................................18-20
mpls ttl ..........................................................................................................................18-21
show fast-path ranges ...................................................................................................18-22
show ip rsvp explicit-routed-lsps..................................................................................18-23
show ip rsvp interface...................................................................................................18-24
show ip rsvp lsp ............................................................................................................18-25
show ip rsvp neighbor ..................................................................................................18-26
show ip rsvp reservation...............................................................................................18-27
show ip rsvp sender ......................................................................................................18-28
show ip rsvp statistics...................................................................................................18-29
show mpls filters...........................................................................................................18-30
show mpls forwarding-table .........................................................................................18-32
show mpls label range ..................................................................................................18-35
show mpls lsp ...............................................................................................................18-36
show mpls lsp interface ................................................................................................18-39
show mpls rsvp refresh-time ........................................................................................18-41
show mpls traffic ..........................................................................................................18-42

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19 Service Class Commands


Introduction ...............................................................................................................................19-1
Entering Service Class Configuration Mode..................................................................19-2
Service Class Command Descriptions ......................................................................................19-2
activity-timeout...............................................................................................................19-3
admission-timeout ..........................................................................................................19-4
admitted-bw-threshold....................................................................................................19-5
allow-share .....................................................................................................................19-6
cable service-class ..........................................................................................................19-7
cap...................................................................................................................................19-8
clear cable srvclass-stats.................................................................................................19-9
enforce-cmts-qos ..........................................................................................................19-10
grant-interval ................................................................................................................19-11
grant-jitter .....................................................................................................................19-12
grant-size ......................................................................................................................19-13
grants-per-interval ........................................................................................................19-14
mab ...............................................................................................................................19-15
max-burst......................................................................................................................19-17
max-concat-burst ..........................................................................................................19-18
max-latency ..................................................................................................................19-19
max-rate........................................................................................................................19-20
min-pkt-size..................................................................................................................19-21
min-rate.........................................................................................................................19-22
name .............................................................................................................................19-23
over-max-rate ...............................................................................................................19-24
poll-interval ..................................................................................................................19-25
poll-jitter .......................................................................................................................19-26
req-trans-policy.............................................................................................................19-27
restricted admission disabled........................................................................................19-29
schedpriority .................................................................................................................19-30
show cable service-class...............................................................................................19-31
show cable srvclass-stats ..............................................................................................19-35
tos-overwrite.................................................................................................................19-37
trafpriority.....................................................................................................................19-38

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20 Secure Shell Server Commands


Introduction ...............................................................................................................................20-1
Secure Shell Server Command Descriptions ............................................................................20-1
password ssh-passphrase ................................................................................................20-2
show ssh config ..............................................................................................................20-3
show ssh hostkey-fingerprint..........................................................................................20-6
show users ssh ................................................................................................................20-7
ssh ciphers ......................................................................................................................20-8
ssh enable......................................................................................................................20-10
ssh-keygen2 ..................................................................................................................20-11
ssh load-host-key-files..................................................................................................20-13
ssh logout session-id.....................................................................................................20-14
ssh message-authentication ..........................................................................................20-15
ssh password-authentication radius ..............................................................................20-16
ssh password-guesses ...................................................................................................20-17
ssh port..........................................................................................................................20-18
ssh session-limit............................................................................................................20-19
ssh timeout....................................................................................................................20-20

21 PacketCable Commands
Overview ...................................................................................................................................21-1
Command Descriptions .............................................................................................................21-1
cable dynamic-service authorization-mode....................................................................21-2
cable dynamic-service active-timeout ............................................................................21-4
clear configuration..........................................................................................................21-5
clear cops pdp-ip all........................................................................................................21-6
clear counters ipsec.........................................................................................................21-7
clear packet-cable cops...................................................................................................21-8
clear packet-cable gate ...................................................................................................21-9
clear packet-cable statistics ..........................................................................................21-10
cmts-ip ..........................................................................................................................21-11
cops client-timer ...........................................................................................................21-12

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cops pep-id....................................................................................................................21-14
cops status-trap-enable .................................................................................................21-15
dqos dscp ......................................................................................................................21-16
dqos emergency-preempt..............................................................................................21-17
dqos emergency-trap-enable.........................................................................................21-18
dqos res-req-trap-enable ...............................................................................................21-19
dqos shutdown ..............................................................................................................21-20
dqos t0-timer/t1-timer...................................................................................................21-21
em dscp .........................................................................................................................21-22
em element-number ......................................................................................................21-23
em event-disable-mask .................................................................................................21-24
em event-priority ..........................................................................................................21-25
em flag-override ...........................................................................................................21-26
em max-batch-events....................................................................................................21-27
em max-batch-time.......................................................................................................21-28
em qos-descriptor-disable.............................................................................................21-29
em retry-count ..............................................................................................................21-30
em retry-interval ...........................................................................................................21-31
em rks-failure-trap-enable ............................................................................................21-32
em shutdown.................................................................................................................21-34
em udp-port ..................................................................................................................21-35
es...................................................................................................................................21-36
es ccc-dscp....................................................................................................................21-38
ike client-addr ...............................................................................................................21-39
ike phase1 .....................................................................................................................21-40
ike phase2 .....................................................................................................................21-41
ike retries ......................................................................................................................21-42
ike timeout ....................................................................................................................21-43
ipsec..............................................................................................................................21-44
ipsec shutdown .............................................................................................................21-45
mm dscp........................................................................................................................21-46
mm shutdown ...............................................................................................................21-47
mm t1-timer ..................................................................................................................21-48

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show cable dynamic-service.........................................................................................21-50
show ipsec ....................................................................................................................21-51
show packet-cable configuration ..................................................................................21-54
show packet-cable cops ................................................................................................21-59
show packet-cable gate.................................................................................................21-61
show packet-cable statistics..........................................................................................21-64
spd allow-dynamic-rsp .................................................................................................21-69
spd override ..................................................................................................................21-70
spd policy......................................................................................................................21-71
spd preshared-key .........................................................................................................21-73

22 VLAN Tagging Commands


Introduction ...............................................................................................................................22-1
VLAN Tagging Command Descriptions...................................................................................22-1
bridge cable intercept .....................................................................................................22-2
bridge cable modem .......................................................................................................22-4
bridge mode trunk...........................................................................................................22-5
clear bridge vlan counters...............................................................................................22-6
encapsulation dot1q ........................................................................................................22-7
show bridge vlan.............................................................................................................22-8

23 DSG Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................23-1
Command Descriptions .............................................................................................................23-1
cable downstream dsg.....................................................................................................23-2
cable downstream dsg enable .........................................................................................23-3
cable dsg .........................................................................................................................23-4
channel-list .....................................................................................................................23-5
classifier..........................................................................................................................23-6
client-list .........................................................................................................................23-8
group-map.....................................................................................................................23-10
show cable dsg..............................................................................................................23-12
show cable dsg channel-list ..........................................................................................23-14

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show cable dsg classifier ..............................................................................................23-15


show cable dsg client-list..............................................................................................23-16
show cable dsg downstream .........................................................................................23-17
show cable dsg group-map ...........................................................................................23-18
show cable dsg timer ....................................................................................................23-19
show cable dsg tunnel...................................................................................................23-20
show cable dsg tunnel-group ........................................................................................23-21
show cable dsg vendor-param ......................................................................................23-22
timer..............................................................................................................................23-23
tunnel ............................................................................................................................23-25
vendor-param................................................................................................................23-27

24 IPDR Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................24-1
Command Descriptions .............................................................................................................24-1
debug ipdr.......................................................................................................................24-2
ipdr acksequenceinterval ................................................................................................24-3
ipdr acktimeinterval........................................................................................................24-4
ipdr collection-interval ...................................................................................................24-5
ipdr collector...................................................................................................................24-6
ipdr enable ......................................................................................................................24-9
ipdr keepaliveinterval ...................................................................................................24-10
ipdr poll-rate .................................................................................................................24-11
ipdr source-interface.....................................................................................................24-12
show cable metering-status...........................................................................................24-13
show ipdr connection....................................................................................................24-15
show ipdr session..........................................................................................................24-16

25 Cable Traffic Management Commands


Introduction ...............................................................................................................................25-1
Command Descriptions .............................................................................................................25-1
bidirectional....................................................................................................................25-2
cable traffic sample-interval ...........................................................................................25-3
cable traffic policy ..........................................................................................................25-4

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clear cable traffic history ................................................................................................25-7
credit ...............................................................................................................................25-8
enabled..........................................................................................................................25-10
enforce ..........................................................................................................................25-12
max-rate........................................................................................................................25-14
peak-time ......................................................................................................................25-16
penalty-period...............................................................................................................25-18
show cable subscriber-usage ........................................................................................25-20
show cable subscriber-usage summary.........................................................................25-26
show cable traffic policy ..............................................................................................25-29

26 IPv6 Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................26-1
IPv6 Command Descriptions ....................................................................................................26-1
cable ipv6 helper-address ...............................................................................................26-2
cable ip prov-mode .........................................................................................................26-4
clear ipv6 neighbor-cache...............................................................................................26-6
clear ipv6 traffic .............................................................................................................26-7
ipv4 range .......................................................................................................................26-8
ipv6 address ....................................................................................................................26-9
ipv6 helper-address.......................................................................................................26-11
ipv6 icmp error-interval................................................................................................26-12
ipv6 nd ..........................................................................................................................26-13
ipv6 neighbor................................................................................................................26-15
ipv6 range .....................................................................................................................26-16
ipv6 redirects ................................................................................................................26-17
ipv6 route......................................................................................................................26-18
ipv6 unicast-routing......................................................................................................26-19
ping6 .............................................................................................................................26-20
service ipv6 cpe-forwarding enable..............................................................................26-21
show ipv6 dhcp.............................................................................................................26-22
show ipv6 interface.......................................................................................................26-24
show ipv6 interface brief ..............................................................................................26-27

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show ipv6 route ............................................................................................................26-31
show ipv6 traffic...........................................................................................................26-33
traceroute6 ....................................................................................................................26-36

27 IS-IS Commands
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................27-1
IS-IS Command Descriptions....................................................................................................27-1
area-password .................................................................................................................27-2
authentication mode........................................................................................................27-3
clear isis ..........................................................................................................................27-4
default-information originate..........................................................................................27-5
distance ...........................................................................................................................27-6
domain-password............................................................................................................27-7
hello padding ..................................................................................................................27-8
ignore-lsp-errors .............................................................................................................27-9
ip router isis ..................................................................................................................27-10
isis authentication mode ...............................................................................................27-11
isis circuit-type .............................................................................................................27-12
isis csnp-interval...........................................................................................................27-13
isis hello padding..........................................................................................................27-14
isis hello-interval ..........................................................................................................27-15
isis hello-multiplier.......................................................................................................27-16
isis lsp-interval..............................................................................................................27-17
isis message-digest-key ................................................................................................27-18
isis metric......................................................................................................................27-19
isis network point-to-point ...........................................................................................27-20
isis password.................................................................................................................27-21
isis priority....................................................................................................................27-22
isis retransmit-interval ..................................................................................................27-23
isis retransmit-throttle-interval .....................................................................................27-24
is-type ...........................................................................................................................27-25
log-adjacency-changes .................................................................................................27-26
lsp-gen-interval.............................................................................................................27-27

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max-lsp-lifetime ...........................................................................................................27-29
maximum-paths ............................................................................................................27-30
message-digest-key md5 ..............................................................................................27-31
metric-style ...................................................................................................................27-32
net .................................................................................................................................27-33
passive-interface ...........................................................................................................27-34
redistribute....................................................................................................................27-35
router isis ......................................................................................................................27-37
set-overload-bit.............................................................................................................27-38
show clns interface .......................................................................................................27-39
show clns is-neighbors .................................................................................................27-42
show clns neighbors .....................................................................................................27-44
show clns protocol........................................................................................................27-46
show clns traffic ...........................................................................................................27-48
show ip redistribute ......................................................................................................27-51
show isis database.........................................................................................................27-53
show isis hostname .......................................................................................................27-56
show isis neighbors.......................................................................................................27-57
show isis spf-log ...........................................................................................................27-59
show isis topology ........................................................................................................27-64
summary-address..........................................................................................................27-66

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Preface

Scope
This document describes how to install and configure the Motorola™ Broadband
Services Router™ 64000 (BSR 64000™).

Audience
This document is for use by those persons who will install and configure the
BSR 64000™ product. Only trained service personnel should install, maintain, or
replace the BSR 64000.

Documentation Set
The following documents comprise the BSR 64000 documentation set:

■ BSR 64000 Quick Start Guide


The quick start guide provides a "roadmap" to the tasks involved in physically
installing the BSR 64000 product, physically connecting it to your network/HFC
infrastructure, and performing configuration tasks to enable the BSR 64000 to
operate in your networking environment.
■ BSR 64000 Installation Guide
This guide provides detailed instructions for physically installing the BSR 64000
product including: procedures for rack mounting, making physical network cable
connections, connecting DC power, and for determining the status of the BSR
64000 after applying power to it. This document also provides a description of the
BSR 64000 chassis, its hardware components and modules.

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■ BSR 64000 Resource and I/O Module Installation Guide


This guide contains procedures for installing additional and replacement
Resource and I/O Modules in a BSR 64000 chassis and for making physical cable
connections to the modules.
■ BSR 64000 Command Line Interface User’s Guide
For users, this guide describes the structure of the BSR 64000 Command Line
Interface (CLI) and its various command modes. It also provides rules and
guidelines for navigating through the CLI.
■ BSR 64000 Command Reference Guide
This guide contains individual descriptions of the entire set of commands that
comprise the BSR 64000 Command Line Interface (CLI). These commands are
used to interface with, configure, manage, and maintain the BSR 64000.
■ BSR 64000 System Administration Guide
For system administrators, this guide provides detailed procedures for performing
initial configuration tasks including setting up: user accounts and passwords;
telnet and console access; system logging; and associated servers such as DHCP,
DNS, etc.
■ BSR 64000 CMTS Configuration and Management Guide
This guide provides the instructions and procedures for configuring and
managing BSR 64000 CMTS operation.
■ BSR 64000 Routing Configuration and Management Guide
This guide contains the instructions and procedures for configuring and managing
BSR 64000 routing operation, including RIP, OSPF, and BGP.
■ BSR 64000 SNMP Configuration and Management Guide
This guide provides the instructions and procedures for configuring and
managing BSR 64000 Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) operation.
It also describes SNMP MIBs; provides information that describes standard and
proprietary MIB support; describes how to walk MIBs; and how to compile and
load SNMP MIBs.
■ BSR 64000 BGP/MPLS VPN Configuration Guide

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This guide provides the instructions and procedures for configuring and
managing the BSR 64000 to support and implement Border Gateway Protocol/
MultiProtocol Label Switching Virtual Private Networks (BGP/MPLS VPNs).
■ BSR 64000 Troubleshooting Guide
This guide contains instructions and procedures for troubleshooting typical
configuration problems that might be encountered using the BSR 64000. It also
offers suggestions for information to record, and have available should the need
arise to call Motorola support for assistance with BSR 64000 operational
problems.
■ BSR 64000 Release Notes
These documents are specific to each release of the BSR 64000 product (software
and hardware). Release notes provide information about features not documented
or incorrectly documented in the main documentation set; known problems and
anomalies; product limitations; and problem resolutions.

Conventions
This document uses the conventions in the following table:

Convention Example Explanation


angle brackets < > ping <ip-address> Arguments in italic and enclosed by angle
ping 54.89.145.71 brackets must be replaced by the text the
argument represents. In the example,
54.89.145.71 replaces <ip-address>. When
entering the argument, do not type the angle
brackets.
bar brackets [ ] disable [level] Bar brackets enclose optional arguments. The
example indicates you can use the disable
command with or without specifying a level.
Some commands accept more than one
optional argument. When entering the
argument, do not type the bar brackets.
bold text cable relay-agent-option Boldface text must be typed exactly as it
appears.

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Convention Example Explanation


brace brackets {} page {on | off} Brace brackets enclose required text. The
example indicates you must enter either on or
off after page. The system accepts the
command with only one of the parameters.
When entering the text, do not type the brace
brackets.
italic text boot system <filename> Italic type indicates variables for which you
supply values in command syntax descriptions.
It also indicates file names, directory names,
document titles, or emphasized text.
screen display Wed May 6 17:01:03 This font indicates system output.
2000
vertical bar | page {on | off} A vertical bar separates the choices when a
parameter is required. The example indicates
you can enter either command:
page on or page off
When entering the parameter, do not type the
vertical bar or the brace brackets.

Notes, Cautions, Warnings


The following icons and associated text may appear in this document.

Note: A note contains tips, suggestions, and other helpful information, such
as references to material not contained in the document, that can help you
complete a task or understand the subject matter.

Caution: The exclamation point, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to


alert the user to the presence of important installation, servicing, and
operating instructions in the documents accompanying the equipment.

Warning: This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage levels are present
within the equipment. These voltages are not insulated and may be of
sufficient strength to cause serious bodily injury when touched. The symbol
may also appear on schematics.

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If You Need Help


If you need assistance while working with the BSR 64000 HD or BSR 64000, contact
the Motorola Technical Response Center (TRC):

Inside the U.S. 1-888-944-HELP


1-888-944-4357
Outside the U.S. +1-215-323-0044
Motorola Online http://businessonline.motorola.com

The TRC is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In addition, Motorola Online offers
a searchable solutions database, technical documentation, and low-priority issue
creation and tracking.

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System
Administration Commands

Introduction
This chapter describes the following types of commands for the BSR 64000™:
User management commands which establish authentication and to protect the
network from unauthorized users.
Configuration file commands that handle the operating system and the system
software for the BSR. The configuration file commands allow you to customize the
operating system configuration at system startup, and to modify and store the
configuration file for later use.
System services commands that globally configure IP system services used with the
BSR, such as protocols, NVRAM, IP parameters, the operating system, and the
system clock
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) commands that are used with the
BSR to access online directory services over the TCP/IP network protocol. The BSR
becomes an LDAP client and connects to an LDAP server to requests services and/or
information.

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Logger commands which provide a way to configure system event reporting


intended for diagnostics. The information in the report contains actions such as
system startup, status, and event classes.

System Administration Command Descriptions


This section contains an alphabetized list and descriptions of the system
administration commands supported by the BSR.

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aaa accounting commands default


The aaa accounting commands default command enables command use accounting
on the BSR. Enabling command use accounting provides resource usage data for
commands used at a specified privilege level by creating a default list of methods
used for accounting services. The no aaa accounting commands command disables
command use accounting.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa accounting commands {exec | isp-ro | isp-rw | mso-ro | mso-rw | sysadmin}
default {none | start-stop | stop-only | wait-start} {local | none | radius | tacacs}
no aaa accounting commands [exec | isp-ro | isp-rw | mso-ro | mso-rw | sysadmin]

Command Syntax

exec commands in the User EXEC privilege level


isp-ro commands in the ISP Read/Only privilege
level
isp-rw commands in the ISP Read/Write privilege
level
mso-ro commands in the MSO Read/Only privilege
level
mso-rw commands in the MSO Read/Write privilege
level
sysadmin commands in the SYSADMIN privilege level
none disables accounting services

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start-stop sends a "start" accounting notice at the


beginning of a process and a "stop"
accounting notice at the end of a process - the
requested user process begins regardless of
whether the "start" accounting notice was
received by the accounting server
stop-only sends a "stop" accounting notice at the end of
the requested user process - does not send a
"start" accounting request at the start of the
process
wait-start sends a "start" accounting notice at the
beginning of a process and a "stop"
accounting notice at the end of a process - the
requested user process does not begin until
the "start" accounting notice is received by
the server
local local database to be used as the accounting
method
none no method is specified as the accounting
method
radius RADIUS to be used as the accounting
method.
tacacs TACACS+ to be used as the accounting
method.

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aaa accounting exec default


The aaa accounting exec default command enables terminal session accounting on
the BSR. Enabling terminal session accounting provides resource usage data for a
specified terminal session and creates a default list of methods used for accounting
services. The no aaa accounting exec command disables terminal session
accounting.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa accounting exec {none | start-stop | stop-only | wait-start} default {local |
none | tacacs}
no aaa accounting exec

Command Syntax

none disables accounting services


start-stop sends a "start" accounting notice at the
beginning of a process and a "stop"
accounting notice at the end of a process - the
requested user process begins regardless of
whether the "start" accounting notice was
received by the accounting server
stop-only sends a "stop" accounting notice at the end of
the requested user process - does not send a
"start" accounting request at the start of the
process

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wait-start sends a "start" accounting notice at the


beginning of a process and a "stop"
accounting notice at the end of a process - the
requested user process does not begin until
the "start" accounting notice is received by
the server
local local database to be used as the authorization
method.
none no method is specified as the accounting
method
radius RADIUS to be used as the accounting
method.
tacacs TACACS+ to be used as the accounting
method.

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aaa authentication enable default


The aaa authentication enable default command enables AAA authentication to
determine if a user can access the privilege level 15 (system administrator). The aaa
authentication enable default command enables a specific authentication method or
list of methods The no aaa authentication enable command disables AAA
authentication.

Note: If multiple authentication methods are specified, the methods are


invoked in the sequence they are configured.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa authentication enable default {enable | local | none | radius | tacacs}
no aaa authentication enable

Command Syntax

enable enable password command setup to be used


as the authentication method
local local database to be used as the authentication
method
none no method is specified as the authentication
method
radius RADIUS to be used as the authentication
method
tacacs TACACS+ to be used as the authentication
method

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aaa authentication fail-message


The aaa authentication fail-message command allows you to configure an error
message to display when a TACACS login has failed. The no aaa authentication
login default command disables the error message.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa authentication fail-message [<LINE>]
no aaa authentication fail-message

Command Syntax

LINE the text message to display for the failed


login/authentication

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aaa authentication local-override


The aaa authentication local-override command enables local authentication. This
command overrides any configured default authentication method. A configured
default authentication method will be used only if local authentication fails. The no
aaa authentication local-override disables local authentication.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa authentication local-override
no aaa authentication local-override

Command Default
Disabled

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aaa authentication login default


The aaa authentication login default command enables AAA authentication to
determine if a user can login to the BSR. The no aaa authentication login default
command disables AAA login authentication.

Note: If multiple authentication methods are specified, the methods are


invoked in the sequence they are configured.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa authentication login default {enable | line | local | none | radius | tacacs}
no aaa authentication login

Command Syntax

enable enable password command setup to be used


as the authentication method
line line password to be used as the authentication
method
local local database to be used as the authentication
method
none no method is specified as the authentication
method
radius RADIUS to be used as the authentication
method
tacacs TACACS+ to be used as the authentication
method

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aaa authorization commands default


The aaa authorization commands default command enables command
authorization on the BSR. Command authorization determines if a user is allowed to
run commands at a specified privilege level by creating a default list of methods used
for authorization services. The no aaa authorization commands default command
disables command authorization.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa authorization commands {exec | isp-ro | isp-rw | mso-ro | mso-rw | sysadmin}
default {local | none | tacacs}
no aaa authentication commands {exec | isp-ro | isp-rw | mso-ro | mso-rw |
sysadmin}

Command Syntax

exec commands in the User EXEC privilege level


isp-ro commands in the ISP Read/Only privilege
level
isp-rw commands in the ISP Read/Write privilege
level
mso-ro commands in the MSO Read/Only privilege
level
mso-rw commands in the MSO Read/Write privilege
level
sysadmin commands in the SYSADMIN privilege level
local local database to be used as the authorization
method

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none no method is specified as the authorization


method
tacacs TACACS+ to be used as the authorization
method

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aaa authorization exec default


The aaa authorization exec default command enables privilege level authorization
on the BSR. Privilege level authorization determines if a user is allowed to run an
EXEC shell (user session) by creating a default list of methods used for authorization
services. The no aaa authorization exec default command disables privilege level
authorization.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa authorization exec default {local | none | tacacs}
no aaa authorization exec

Command Syntax

local local database to be used as the authorization


method
none no method is specified as the authorization
method
tacacs TACACS+ to be used as the authorization
method

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aaa console authentication


The aaa console authentication command enables TACACS authentication for the
console if AAA is configured. The no aaa console authentication command disables
login authentication for the console.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa console authentication
no aaa console authentication

Command Default
Enabled

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aaa console authorization commands default


The aaa console authorization commands default command enables command
authorization for the console if AAA is configured. The no aaa console
authorization commands default command disables command authorization for the
console.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa console authorization commands default
no aaa console authorization commands default

Command Default
Disabled

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aaa new-model
The aaa new model command enables the AAA network security model. The AAA
network security model provides a software mechanism or framework for consistent
authentication, authorization and accounting on the BSR. The no aaa new model
disables the AAA network security model.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


aaa new model
no aaa new model

Command Default
Disabled

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alias
The alias command allows you to specify an alias for a CLI command in a specific
command mode (User EXEC, Privileged EXEC, or Global Configuration). The no
alias command deletes a specific alias defined within the command mode.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


alias {all | exec | priv | conf} <WORD> <WORD>
no alias {all | exec | priv | conf} <WORD>

Command Syntax

all alias visible in all modes


exec User EXEC mode alias command
priv Privileged EXEC mode alias
command
conf Global Configuration mode alias
command
WORD name of alias
WORD the command that is aliased

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banner motd
The banner motd command allows you to create a message-of the-day (motd) that
displays before the login prompt. The no banner motd command deletes the message
of the day.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


banner motd [<1-25>] [...<WORD> ]
no banner motd

Command Syntax

1-25 message line number


WORD text of the message

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batch
The batch command executes a series of commands from a batch file stored in Flash
memory or NVRAM.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


batch {flash: | nvram:} [acknowledge]

Command Syntax

flash: execute a batch file from Flash memory


nvram: execute a batch file from NVRAM
acknowledge acknowledge the execution of each command

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boot system
The boot system command lets you boot the BSR using a boot image file stored in
either Flash memory, NVRAM on the Supervisory Routing Module (SRM), or an
FTP or TFTP server.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


boot system {flash: | nvram:|} {<filename>}

Command Syntax

flash: specifies flash memory as the location of the


boot image file
nvram: specifies Non-volatile Random Access
Memory (NVRAM) as the location of the
boot image file
filename filename of the boot image stored in Flash,
NVRAM, or an FTP or TFTP server

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broadcast
The broadcast command is used to send a message to all connected users.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


broadcast <WORD>

Command Syntax

WORD The text message intended for broadcast

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carriage-return-lf-mode
The carriage-return-lf-mode command controls the order of the carriage return and
linefeed sequence. When enabled, the carriage return will be output before the
linefeed. When disabled, the linefeed will be output before the carriage return.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


carriage-return-lf-mode {disable | enable}

Command Syntax

disable disables carriage return then linefeed


mode
enable enables carriage return then linefeed
mode

Command Default
Disabled

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chassis alias
The chassis alias command is used to configure an alias name for the BSR 64000
chassis.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


chassis alias <string>

Command Syntax

string the chassis alias name - enclose the


alias name within quotation marks if
the string contains spaces

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chassis assetid
The chassis assetid command is used to configure your organization’s asset ID
number that is assigned to the BSR 64000 chassis.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


chassis assetid <string>

Command Syntax

string the BSR 64000 chassis asset ID


number - enclose the asset ID name
within quotation marks if the string
contains spaces

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chkdsk
The chkdsk command checks for and corrects any file system errors found in files
stored in Flash memory or NVRAM.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


chkdsk {flash: | nvram: }

Command Syntax

flash: check the Flash memory file system


nvram: check the NVRAM filesystem

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clear core log


The clear core log command clears the core.log file.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All mores except for User EXEC

Command Line Usage


clear core log

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clear evt
The clear evt command resets the event count to "0" for all groups on all slots, groups
on a specified slot, a specified group, or specified events.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


clear evt [<NUM> | <WORD>]

Command Syntax

NUM the chassis slot number


WORD the name of an EVT group - refer to
Table Table

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Table EVT Event Subsystems


memchk Memory Check drmr DOCSIS Redundancy accdhc ACC DHCP
net Network Manager SRM reg REG
ipevt IP Event System swr Switched Reload range Range
tpt Testpoint Facility tacacs TACACS+ dpm Data Path Mapping
arp ARP vrfmgr VRF Manager dra DOCSIS Redundancy
rpt SRM Repeater ipsec Agent
IPSEC
im Interface Manager ubsha
sys SYS UTIL Upstream Scheduler RTR
icp ICP
snmpa SNMP Agent ubsbst Upstream Scheduler Burst
evtm EVT Manager
dsgmib SNMP DSG ubsmac UBS CMTS MAC RTR
evta EVT Agent
bufmgr Buffer Manager ubs Upstream Scheduler
rmbind RM Bind
rm Resource Manager eth8 Ethernet Switch ubsim UBS IM SYNC
crmbpi CRM BPI fei FEI ubsmap UBS MAP
crm CRM srpcmt SRM Reporter CMTS macmr MAC MGR
crmsub CRM SubMgt maccfg MAC CFG docsif DOCS IF
crmfft CRM FFT cmtbuf CMTS Buffer macrtr MACRTR
crmsnr CRM SNR fpga CMTS FPGA brgtag BRG TAG
crmutl CRM Util bcm Broadcom Driver brg BRG
crmdtm CRM DOCSTEST bcmpkt Broadcam Driver Per brgrtr BRG RTR
crmcli CRM CLI
Packet spafft Spectrum Agent FFT
crmdsg CRM DSG
frm FRM spasnr Spectrum Agent SNR
dsgif DSG Interface
ard ARD rssi Spectrum Agent RSSI
csm Certificate Storage
ardpkt ARD PKT spasc Spectrum Agent SC
Module
brmtag BRM VLAN Tagging que QUE Manager ardrtr ARD RTR
rsm Redundancy SRM upc Upconverter acctrt ACC RTR
rdb Run Time Database res RES btp Boot Uptime
fpevt FP EVT resrtr RES RTR mcns MCNS
spcmgr Spectrum Manager resaut RES AUTH red CMTS Redundancy ICP
dgm DQM ressf RES SF ucc Upstream Channel Change
dqos PacketCable DQOS resmgr RES MGR dcc Dynamic Channel Change
pcmm PacketCable lbm Load Balancing dsx Dynamic Service
Multimedia svcflo
lbm2 Load Balancing 2nd Service Flow
em PacketCable Event cra
Table CRA
Message
lbmsnr Load Balacing SNR cra2 CRA SNR
lbgmgr Load Balance Manage
cms Cable Modem bcm1 Broadcom 3138 Driver
drm DOCSIS Redundancy
Selector bcmmac Broadcom 3212 Driver
Manager
acc ACC pream Preamble
drme DOCSIS Redundancy
accpkt ACC Packet upcmot Upconverter Motorola
Manager Engine

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clear log
The clear log command deletes buffered log data.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


clear log

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clear redundancy stats


The clear redundancy stats command clears redundancy statistics.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


clear redundancy stats [<0-15>]

Command Syntax

0-15 the chassis slot number

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clock set
The clock set command sets the system clock.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


clock set <hh:mm:ss> {<1-31> <MONTH> | <MONTH> <1-31>} <1993-2035>

Command Syntax

hh:mm:ss current time in 24-hour format


1-31 numeric notation for the current day
MONTH three letter abbreviated name of the current
month
1993-2035 numeric notation for the current year

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clock summer-time
The clock summer-time command provides the BSR system administrator with the
ability to adjust when the BSR will change the system clock offset for the start and
end of daylight saving time.
The Energy Policy Act of 2005 (H.R.6.ENR), Section 110 changes the start date of
daylight saving time from the first Sunday of April to the second Sunday of March
and changes the end date of daylight saving time from the last Sunday of October to
the first Sunday of November. Starting in 2007, this new rule may cause the BSR to
generate timestamps (such as in syslog messages) that are inaccurate if the time is not
adjusted by the administrator or this command.
The clock summer-time command changes the BSR clock offset from Greenwich
Mean Time at the start and end times specified in the command. The no clock
summer-time command restores the default daylight saving time configuration.
The following command example sets the correct daylight saving time changes as
specified by the Energy Policy Act of 2005:
BSR:7A(config:)#clock summer-time EDT 60 start 2 sun mar 2:00 end first sun
nov 2:00

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


clock summer-time <WORD> <1-1440> start {{<1-4> | first | last} <day>
<MONTH> <hh:mm>} end {{<1-4> | first | last} <day> <MONTH> <hh:mm>}
clock summer-time <WORD> <1-1440> start {<1-31> <MONTH> <hh:mm>} end
{<1-31> <MONTH> <hh:mm>}
clock summer-time <WORD> <1-1440> start {<MONTH> <1-31> <hh:mm>} end
{<MONTH> <1-31> <hh:mm>}
no clock summer-time

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Note: The clock summer-time command arguments used after the start
argument must be mirrored by the command arguments available after the
end argument. For example:

clock summer-time est 60 start 11 mar 10:30 end 4 nov 03:30

clock summer-time EDT 60 start 2 sun mar 2:00 end first sun nov 2:00

Command Syntax

WORD the name of the time zone during daylight


savings time
1-1440 minute offset to be added during daylight
savings time
start the start of day light savings time
1-31 the day of the month
1-4 the week of the month
MONTH the month of the year (3 letter abbreviation)
day the day of the week (3 letter abbreviation)
hh:mm the time of day that daylight savings time
starts
first the first week of the month
last the last week of the month
end the end of daylight savings time

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clock timezone
The clock timezone command allows you to set the time zone for the system. The no
clock timezone command changes the system time to Universal Time Coordinated
(UTC).

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


clock timezone <WORD > <Hours_offset> [<Minute_offset>] [daylightsavings] [on
| off]
no clock timezone

Note: The daylightsavings option has no effect on the setting of time on the
BSR. It is present only to satisfy a requirement for Packetcable. Packetcable
has a field in a network bound event message that must be set to whether or
not daylight savings time is in effect. To satisfy this, the user must manually
configure this parameter when daylight savings time begins and also when it
ends. For automatic setting of the time, the BSR can be configured to obtain
its time via SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol). Since SNTP has no way
of indicating whether daylight savings time is in effect, the operator must use
the daylightsavings option for compliance with Packetcable.

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Command Syntax

WORD time zone listed when standard time is in effect


Hours_offset hours corrected from UTC, range -23 to 23
Minute_offset non-negative difference in minutes corrected
from UTC, range 0 to 59
daylightsavings configure daylight savings
on | off daylight savings on or off

Command Default
UTC

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configure
The configure command lets you enter Global Configuration mode from Privileged
EXEC mode.

Note: To return to Privileged EXEC mode, enter exit, end, or Control-Z at


the Global Configuration Mode prompt.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


configure

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console authentication radius


The console authentication radius command enables RADIUS authentication for
user console logins. The no console authentication radius command disables this
feature.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


console authentication radius [ local-password | username <WORD>]
no console authentication radius [ local-password | username ]

Command Syntax

local-password authenticate with a locally configured


password if there is no response from the
RADIUS server
username configure a console username to use for
authentication
WORD the text of the console username - maximum
of 64 characters

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copy
The copy command copies a local or network file from one location to another, either
locally or on the network.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


copy {flash: | ftp: | nvram: | running-config | startup-config | system: | tftp:} |
{flash: | nvram: | running-config | startup-config | system:}

Command Syntax

flash: copy the configuration file from


flash
ftp: copy the configuration file from a
File Transport Protocol (FTP) server
nvram: copy the configuration file from
NVRAM
running-config copy from a currently running
system configuration
startup-config copy from the startup configuration
in NVRAM
system: copy from the system
tftp: copy the configuration file from a
Trivial File Transport Protocol
(TFTP) server
flash: copy the configuration file to flash
ftp: copy the configuration file to a File
Transport Protocol (FTP) server

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nvram: copy the configuration file to


NVRAM
running-config copy to the currently running system
configuration
startup-config copy to the startup configuration in
NVRAM
system: copy to the system
tftp: copy the configuration file to a
Trivial File Transport Protocol
(TFTP) server

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copy core
The copy core command copies an SRM core file to a remote FTP host. This feature
provides for effective debugging by allowing a review of the exact state of the BSR
prior to a software failure.

Warning: The copy core command is for debugging purposes only and
should be used under the guidance of Motorola technical support staff.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


copy core [<NUM> [ ftp ]]

Command Syntax

NUM the slot number of the SRM module


ftp copy core file to ftp: filesystem

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core
The core command allows a user to configure memory core dump options.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


core {compression <0-9> | path <WORD> | protocol ftp | server <WORD>}
no core {path <WORD> | server <WORD>}

Command Syntax

compression 0-9 the core dump compression level - "0"


indicates compression is disabled while "9"
indicates the maximum compression level
path WORD the path to the core dump file on a target core
dump server
protocol ftp the FTP network protocol will be used to
transfer core dump files
server WORD the core dump target server’s IP address or
hostname

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datapath keepalive
The datapath keepalive command is enabled by default to protect the data path on
redundant 2:8 CMTS modules. A CMTS module is reset after 100 datapath ICP
keepalive message failures. This threshold may be reconfigured using the threshold
argument. The no datapath keepalive command disables this feature.

Group Access
MSO

Command Mode
Slot Configuration

Command Line Usage


datapath keepalive {monitor | slot-reset} [threshold <5-255>]
no datapath keepalive

Command Syntax

monitor monitor the status


slot-reset reset the CMTS module after the threshold of
ICP keepalive failures is reached
threshold 5-255 the number of ICP keepalive failures
permitted before resetting the CMTS module

Command Default
slot-reset threshold = 100

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datapath pause enable


The datapath pause enable command enables FPGA PAUSE frames on the 2:8
CMTS module. The no datapath pause enable command disables FPGA PAUSE
frames.

Note: Only use the datapath pause enable command when directed to do
so by Motorola Support.

Group Access
MSO

Command Mode
Slot Configuration

Command Line Usage


datapath pause enable
no datapath pause enable

Command Default
Enabled

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delete
The delete command deletes a file stored in Flash memory or NVRAM or deletes the
startup configuration file.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


delete {flash: | nvram: | startup-config}

Command Syntax

flash: delete all files from Flash memory


nvram: delete all files from NVRAM
startup-config delete the startup-configuration file

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description
The description command is used to specify descriptive information for any interface
on the BSR. This information is limited to 79 characters. Use the characters: _ or - to
separate words. For example, if a particular CMTS interface served a certain section
of a city, the MSO could assign the following description:
MOT:7A(config-if)#description charlestown_1

Note: The entered description can be seen in the running configuration, and
in the command output of show commands such as the show ip interface
and show running-config commands.

You can also use SNMP to view the descriptions. However, if you use SNMP
to view the descriptions, be aware that SNMP has a display limit of 63
characters. Descriptions beyond this length will appear truncated when
viewed via SNMP.

Command Mode
Interface Configuration (all interface types)

Command Line Usage


description <WORD> [<WORD>...]

Command Syntax

WORD is the text that describes this interface.

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dir
The dir command lists directories and files on a filesystem.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


dir [all [time]] [flash: [time]] [nvram: [time]] [time]

Command Syntax

all list all directories and files


flash: list all directories and files in flash
nvram: list all directories and files in
NVRAM
time sort by modification time

Command Default
NVRAM

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disable
The disable command allows you to enter User EXEC mode from the Privileged
EXEC mode.

Note: To return to Privileged EXEC mode, enter enable at the User EXEC
prompt and, if required, a password.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


disable

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duplex
The duplex command configures an Ethernet interface for duplex mode (full or half)
and enables/disables auto-negotiation

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration (Ethernet interface only)

Command Line Usage


duplex {half | full | auto}
no duplex {half | full | auto}

Command Syntax

half configures the interface for half-duplex


operation. Half-duplex operation allows the
interface to send and receive signals, but not
at the same time.
full configures the interface for full-duplex
operation. Full-duplex operation allows the
interface to send and receive signals at the
same time.
auto configures the interface to auto negotiate its
operational mode (either full-duplex or
half-duplex) with the device to which it is
physically connected.

Command Default
Auto negotiation enabled

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enable
The enable command allows you to enter Privileged EXEC mode from User EXEC
mode. If the system prompts you for a password, enter the password. After entering
Privileged EXEC mode, the prompt changes from the User EXEC mode prompt
(hostname>) to the privileged EXEC mode prompt (hostname#).

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
User EXEC

Command Line Usage


enable

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enable authentication radius


The enable authentication radius command enables RADIUS authentication for
user logins. The no enable authentication radius command disables this feature.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


enable authentication radius [ local-password ]
no enable authentication radius [ local-password ]

Command Syntax

local-password authenticate with a locally configured


password if there is no response from the
RADIUS server

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enable password
The enable password command allows you to specify a password associated with the
enable command. After specifying the password, entering the enable command at the
User EXEC prompt causes the system to prompt you for the password. You must
supply the password to enter the Privileged EXEC mode. The no enable password
command deletes the password.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


enable password <LINE>
enable password {0 | 7 } <WORD>
no enable password

Command Syntax

LINE the password (31 character


maximum) - enclosed with double
quotes if the password contains
spaces). The "%" and "!" characters
must not be used.
0 specifies an UNENCRYPTED
password
7 specifies a HIDDEN password
WORD the UNENCRYPTED or HIDDEN
'enable' password

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enable rdn-process
This enable rdn-process command enables the process for collecting CPU utilization
statistics.The no enable rdn-process command disables the collection of CPU
utilization statistics.

Note: This feature is enabled by default, and must remain enabled if you
intend to use it in conjunction with SNMP polling of the BSR.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


enable rdn-process
no enable rdn-process

Command Default
enabled

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enable secret
The enable secret command allows you to provide an encrypted password that
supersedes the enabled password. The no enable secret command removes the secret.
Use the enable secret command to provide an encrypted password for entering
Privileged EXEC mode in the running configuration file when then no service
password-encryption command is in effect.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


enable secret [5] <WORD>
no enable secret

Command Syntax

5 specifies an ENCRYPTED secret


WORD the secret (31 character maximum) -
enclosed with double quotes if the
secret contains spaces). The "%" and
"!" characters must not be used.

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encapsulation snap
The encapsulation snap command specifies SNAP as the encapsulation method for
Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet interfaces. The SNAP encapsulation method, as
specified in RFC 1042, allows Ethernet protocols to run on the IEEE 802.2 media.
The no encapsulation snap command returns the interface encapsulation method to
the default method which is ARPA.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Interface Configuration (Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet notifies only)

Command Line Usage


encapsulation snap
no encapsulation snap

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erase
The erase command erases a file system stored in Flash memory or NVRAM or the
contents of the startup-configuration file.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


erase {flash: | nvram: | startup-config}

Command Syntax

flash: erase all files in Flash memory


nvram: erase all files in NVRAM
startup-config erase the startup-configuration file

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exception
The exception command enables the Exception Handler. The Exception Handler is a
set of processes that are invoked when errors (exceptions) are caused by another
process that is executing when the particular exception occurs. Exceptions can be
reported or the BSR can be configured to automatically reboot if an exception occurs.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


exception {extended <0-1>| reboot <0-1>}

Command Syntax

extended 0-1 perform Extended Exception Reporting:


1 = enable Extended Exception Reporting
0 = disable Extended Exception Reporting
reboot 0-1 reboot on Exception:
1 = enable reboot
0 = disable reboot

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exit
The exit command (used from the Router Configuration, Interface Configuration, and
Global Configuration modes) accesses the previous command mode in the command
mode hierarchy. For example: using the exit command in Interface Configuration
mode accesses Global Configuration mode.
Using the exit command in Privileged EXEC or User EXEC modes, ends the
command line session.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


exit

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forced-download
The forced-download command ensures that boot images are properly downloaded
to modules in the BSR 64000 chassis.
Use the forced-download command to ensure that all modules receive the correct
boot image before performing an upgrade process or to ensure that a specific module
receives the correct boot image before performing an upgrade process.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


forced-download [<0-15>]
no forced-download [<0-15>]

Command Syntax

0-15 BSR 64000 slot number

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format
The format command formats a filesystem in flash or NVRAM.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


format {flash: | nvram:}

Command Syntax

flash: format flash


nvram: format NVRAM

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help
The help command displays instructions for using the CLI help functionality. Refer to
the BSR 64000 Configuration and Management Guide for additional instructions on
using the CLI help functionality.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


help

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history size
The history command enable and controls the command history function. The
history size command lets you specify the size of the history buffer by number of
lines. The no history command deletes the history buffer.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


history [size <1-256>]
no history

Command Syntax

1-256 the number of lines in the history


buffer

Command Default
10

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hostname
The hostname command configures the name for the system host.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


hostname <WORD>

Command Syntax

WORD the system’s alphanumeric network hostname

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hsim4 slot
The hsim4 slot command sets the mode in which the Ether-Flex module operates. If
this command is not configured for a given slot, the default is for the module to
operate in Gigabit Ethernet mode. Once this command is used, you must reset the
configured slot for the module to operate in the newly selected mode. As a reminder,
each time you use this command, the following warning message displays on the
console:
%Warning: You must reset slot <num> in order for the
configuration to take effect.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


hsim4 slot <0-5, 9-15> {gigaether | ethernet}

Command Syntax

0-5, 9-15 The slot number of the Ether-Flex module.


Ether-Flex modules cannot be installed in
slots 6, 7 and 8.
gigaether Gigabit Ethernet mode
ethernet Ethernet mode

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icp keepalive
The icp keepalive command allows you to set the threshold for missed ICP
keepalives after which the SRM module will be reset. The icp keepalive command
also configures console or system logging of event messages related to missed ICP
keepalives.
The Resource Manager (RM) software component of the SRM module sends an ICP
“SRM_READY” message as a poll every 2.5 seconds to all modules in the BSR
chassis. If any module fails to respond after 10 “SRM_READY” messages (25
seconds), the SRM generates an “RM.35” log message and the module is reset.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


icp keepalive { debug | monitor | slot-reset} [threshold <1-255>]
no icp keepalive [ debug | monitor | slot-reset] [threshold ]

Command Syntax

debug enables the display of ICP keepalive log


reports to the SRM console
monitor enables the display of ICP keepalive log
reports to the system logger
slot-reset the number of missed ICP keepalive
responses after which the SRM will
reset the slot.

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threshold <1-255> configures number of ICP keepalive


retransmits until an action is taken
threshold restores the default threshold value for
the no icp keepalive debug, monitor,
and slot-reset commands

Command Defaults

icp keepalive debug Disabled


icp keepalive monitor Disabled
icp keepalive slot-reset Disabled
icp keepalive debug threshold 10 messages
icp keepalive monitor threshold 10 messages
icp keepalive slot-reset threshold 10 messages

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ip ftp password
The ip ftp password command displays the password to use to connect to the
network using FTP. The no ip ftp password command deletes the password for an
FTP connection.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip ftp password {0 <LINE>| 7 <LINE> | <LINE>}
no ip ftp password

Command Syntax

0 specifies an unencrypted password will


follow
7 specifies a hidden password will follow
LINE the password (31 character minimum, 78
character maximum for option 7) - enclosed
with double quotes if the password contains
spaces). The "%" and "!" characters must not
be used.

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ip ftp username
The ip ftp username command configures the connection to the network for using
FTP. The no ip ftp username command configures the router anonymously for FTP.
Use the ip ftp username command that is related to an account on the server.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip ftp username <WORD>
no ip ftp username

Command Syntax

WORD username (31 character maximum)

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ip netmask-format
The ip netmask-format command lets you specify the format in which netmask
values appear in show command output. The no ip netmask format command sets
the output format back to the default.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip netmask-format {bit-count | decimal | hexadecimal}
no ip netmask-format {bit-count | decimal | hexadecimal}

Command Syntax

bit-count displays netmask as number of


significant bits
decimal displays netmask in dotted decimal
hexadecimal displays the netmask in hexadecimal

Command Default
bitcount

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ip tacacs source-interface
The ip tacacs source-interface command allows an operator to control the source IP
address of TACACS+ packets generated by the BSR by specifying an Ethernet or
loopback interface as the source IP address for TACACS+ packets. The normal
convention for generated TACACS+ packets is to set the source IP address equal to
the IP address of the outgoing interface. The ip tacacs source-interface command
overrides this convention and instead uses the IP address of a specified Ethernet or
loopback interface. This command facilitates the use of one IP address entry
associated with the TACACS+ client instead of maintaining a list of all IP addresses
and is useful in cases where the a router has many interfaces and an operator wants to
ensure that all TACACS+ packets from a particular router have the same IP address.
The no ip tacacs source-interface command removes the specified source interface.

Note: Before using the ip tacacs source-interface command, the interface


must be configured, assigned an IP address, and up and running. Any
configuration change with this command will not take effect until after the next
BSR connection attempt.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip tacacs source-interface {ethernet <X/Y> | loopback <1-255>}
no ip tacacs source-interface

Command Syntax

ethernet X/Y the Ethernet interface slot and port number


loopback 1-255 the loopback interface number

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ip tftp source-interface loopback


The ip tftp source-interface loopback command allows an operator to control the
source IP address of TFTP packets generated by the BSR by specifying a loopback
interface as the source IP address for TFTP packets. The normal convention for
generated TFTP packets is to set the source IP address equal to the IP address of the
outgoing interface. The ip tftp source-interface loopback command overrides this
convention and instead uses the IP address of the specified loopback interface. The no
ip tftp source-interface loopback command removes the loopback source interface.

Note: Before using the ip tftp source-interface loopback command, the


loopback interface must be configured and assigned an IP address.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip tftp source-interface loopback <1-255>
no ip tftp source-interface loopback

Command Syntax

1-255 the loopback interface number

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ldap client
The ldap client command enables the LDAP client. The no ldap client command
disables the LDAP client.

Note: Configure a primary or secondary LDAP server addresses before


enabling the LDAP client.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ldap client
no ldap client

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ldap search-base
The ldap search-base command specifies the base distinguished name of the starting
point for a search of the LDAP database. The no ldap search-base ends the search of
the LDAP database.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ldap search-base WORD
no ldap search-base WORD

Command Syntax

WORD Distinguished name of entry to where the


search will start

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ldap server
The ldap server command configures LDAP server parameters. The no ldap server
command clears the LDAP server parameters.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ldap server {<WORD> [binddn <WORD>] [nobinddn] [nopassword] [password
<WORD>}
no ldap server <WORD>

Command Syntax

WORD the primary LDAP server


binddn WORD distinguished name
nobinddn distinguished name not required to bind to
this server
nopassword password not required
password WORD password

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load-interval
The load-interval command specifies the load interval timer value in minutes. The
load interval timer captures bandwidth utilization information on a per-port basis for
both received and transmitted data. Bandwidth utilization information can then be
displayed with the show interfaces command. The following is typical load interval
information as displayed with the show interfaces command:

Cable2/0 is up, line protocol is up


Hardware is BCM3210 ASIC, address is 0030.7b74.3238 (bia 0030.7b74.3238)
Internet address is 10.10.128.1/17
MTU 1500 bytes, BW 27000 Kbit, DLY 1000 usec,
reliability 255/255, txload 1/255, rxload 20/255
Encapsulation MCNS, loopback not set
Keepalive not set
ARP type: ARPA, ARP Timeout 04:00:00
Last input 00:00:00, output 00:00:00, output hang never
Last clearing of "show interface" counters never
Queueing strategy: fifo
Output queue 0/40, 69 drops; input queue 0/75, 7 drops
5 minute input rate 2202000 bits/sec, 416 packets/sec
Load Interval
5 minute output rate 120000 bits/sec, 13 packets/sec
Bandwidth Utilization
1125177443 packets input, 14081732 bytes, 25 no buffer
Information
Received 3125750 broadcasts, 0 runts, 0 giants, 0 throttles
1018 input errors, 87 CRC, 0 frame, 0 overrun, 0 ignored, 0 abort
25006326 packets output, 1183354279 bytes, 0 underruns
0 output errors, 0 collisions, 4 interface resets
0 output buffer failures, 0 output buffers swapped out

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Interface Configuration

Command Line Usage


load-interval <1-300>

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Command Syntax

1-300 the load interval timer value in minutes

Command Default
5 minutes

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logging
The logging command specifies the IP address of a remote SYSLOG server. The no
logging command clears the IP address specification of a remote SYSLOG server.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging <A.B.C.D>
no logging <A.B.C.D>

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D. SYSLOG server IP address - up to 8


SYSLOG servers can be specified

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logging admin-status
The logging admin-status command controls the transmission of traps and SYSLOG
messages with respect to the threshold specified with the logging rate-limit
command. The logging admin-status command is only relevant if DOCSIS logging
control has been specified with the logging control docsis command.
In CLI logging control mode, the logging admin-status command will be ignored by
the system and a warning message will display if it is used. In this mode, only the
logging rate-limit command is relevant. In DOCSIS logging control mode, both the
logging admin-status and logging rate-limit commands are needed to specify
throttling.

Note: An event is always treated as a single event for threshold counting. For
example: an event causing both a trap and a SYSLOG message is still
treated as a one event.

Command Line Usage


logging admin-status {inhibited | maintainBelowThreshold | stopAtThres |
unconstrained}
no logging admin-status {inhibited | maintainBelowThreshold | stopAtThres |
unconstrained}

Command Syntax

inhibited causes all trap transmission and SYSLOG


messages to be suppressed - if a threshold has
been specified with the logging rate-limit
command, a warning message will be
displayed
maintainBelowThreshold causes trap transmission and SYSLOG
messages to be suppressed if the number of
traps/messages would exceed the threshold
specified with the logging rate-limit
command

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stopAtThres causes trap transmission SYSLOG messages


to cease at the threshold specified with the
logging rate-limit command - transmission
will not resume until the logging
admin-status command is reset to an option
other than "stopAtThres" or the threshold is
set to a higher value
unconstrained causes all traps and SYSLOG messages to be
transmitted - if a threshold has been specified
with the logging rate-limit command, a
warning message will be displayed

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logging buffered
The logging buffered command sets the size of the logging buffer and the severity
level. The no logging buffered command returns to the default buffer size (256 KB).

Note: Use the show log command, in Privileged EXEC mode, to display
logged messages with the newest message displayed first.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging buffered <4096 -16777216> [alerts | critical | emergencies | errors |
informational | notifications | warnings]
no logging buffered <4096 -16777216> [alerts | critical | emergencies | errors |
informational | notifications | warnings]

Command Syntax

4096 -16777216 logging buffer size in bytes

Severity Levels and Descriptions

emergencies emergency conditions where the system is


unusable - reserved for vendor-specific, fatal
hardware or software errors that prevents
normal system operation and causes reporting
system to reboot (severity level = 0)
alert conditions where immediate action is needed
- a serious failure which causes the reporting
system to reboot but is not caused by
hardware or software malfunctioning
(severity level = 1)

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critical critical conditions - a serious failure that


requires immediate attention and prevents the
device from transmitting data but the system
could recover without rebooting
(severity level = 2)
error error conditions - a failure occurred that could
interrupt the normal data flow
(severity level = 3)
warnings warning conditions - a failure occurred that
could interrupt the normal data flow
(severity level = 4)
notifications normal but significant conditions - an event of
importance occurred which is not a failure
(severity level = 5)
information informational descriptive system messages -
an unimportant event, which could be helpful
for tracing normal operations
(severity level = 6)

Command Default
notifications, log file is 256 Kbytes

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logging console
The logging console command enables the sending of system logging messages to the
console. Additionally, the logging of messages displayed on the console terminal can
be limited to a specified severity level. Use the no logging console command to
disable console logging.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging console [alerts | critical | debugging | emergencies | errors | informational
| notifications | warnings]
no [alerts | critical | debugging | emergencies | errors | informational |
notifications | warnings]

Command Syntax

Severity Levels and Descriptions

emergencies emergency conditions where the system is


unusable - reserved for vendor-specific, fatal
hardware or software errors that prevents
normal system operation and causes reporting
system to reboot (severity level = 0)
alert conditions where immediate action is needed
- a serious failure which causes the reporting
system to reboot but is not caused by
hardware or software malfunctioning
(severity level = 1)

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critical critical conditions - a serious failure that


requires immediate attention and prevents the
device from transmitting data but the system
could recover without rebooting (severity
level = 2)
error error conditions - a failure occurred that could
interrupt the normal data flow
(severity level = 3)
warnings warning conditions - a failure occurred that
could interrupt the normal data flow
(severity level = 4)
notifications normal but significant conditions - an event of
importance occurred which is not a failure
(severity level = 5)
information informational descriptive system messages -
an unimportant event, which could be helpful
for tracing normal operations
(severity level = 6)

Command Default
notifications

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logging control docsis


The logging control docsis command allows the DOCSIS docsDevEvControlTable to
determine which severity logs go to which destinations.

Note: Any of the various logging <destination> <severity> commands in


place are overridden with this command.

The no logging control docsis disables the docsDevEvControlTable and


re-establishes CLI logging control. Any configurations previously set with the
logging <destination> <severity> command will now control which severity logs go
to which destinations.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging control docsis
no logging control docsis

Command Default
no logging control docsis

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logging default
The logging default command restores the default settings for all logging, including
logging <destination> <severity>, logging reporting, and EVT configurations.
■ The docsDevEvControlTable is restored to its DOCSIS-specified default values.
■ CLI logging control is re-established.
■ All logging evt configuration lines are removed from the running configuration
file.
■ Any logging <A.B.C.D> (for SYSLOG server) commands are unaffected.
■ The logging rate-limit command is unaffected.
■ The logging buffered <size> command is restored to its default size.
■ The command restores the following entries to the running configuration file:
no logging control docsis
logging buffered notifications
logging console error
no logging trap
no logging snmp-trap
logging facility local7

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging default

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logging disable bpi_auth_invalid_messages


The logging disable bpi_auth_invalid_messages command disables logging of the
"BPI authorization invalid" DOCSIS error message. The no logging disable
bpi_auth_invalid_messages command enables the logging of this error message.
This command is useful in situations where a high volume of this error message is
being generated and logged.

Group Access

System Administrator

Command Mode

Global Configuration

Command Line Usage

logging disable bpi_auth_invalid_messages


no logging disable bpi_auth_invalid_message

Command Default
Logging of BPI authorization invalid messages is enabled by default.

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logging disable bpi_auth_reject_messages


The logging disable bpi_auth_reject_messages command disables logging of the
"BPI authorization reject" DOCSIS error message. The no logging disable
bpi_auth_reject_messages command enables the logging of this error message. This
command is useful in situations where a high volume of this error message is being
generated and logged.

Group Access

System Administrator

Command Mode

Global Configuration

Command Line Usage

logging disable bpi_auth_reject_messages


no logging disable bpi_auth_reject_messages

Command Default
Logging of BPI authorization reject messages is enabled by default.

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logging disable bpi_map_reject_messages


The logging disable bpi_map_reject_messages command suppresses Map Reject
DOCSIS error messages being printed to the console but the error messages will still
be logged through the EVT system. The no logging disable
bpi_map_reject_messages command enables the console printing of Map Reject
error messages. This command is useful in situations where large numbers of these
error messages are being generated.

Group Access

System Administrator

Command Mode

Global Configuration

Command Line Usage

logging disable bpi_map_reject_messages


no logging disable bpi_map_reject_messages

Command Default
Logging of Map Reject messages is disabled by default.

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logging disable bpi_tek_invalid_messages


The logging disable bpi_tek_invalid_messages command disables logging of the
"BPI TEK Invalid" DOCSIS error message. The no logging disable
bpi_auth_reject_messages command enables the logging of this error message. This
command is useful in situations where a high volume of this error message is being
generated and logged.

Group Access

System Administrator

Command Mode

Global Configuration

Command Line Usage

logging disable bpi_tek_invalid_messages


no logging disable bpi_tek_invalid_messages

Command Default
Logging of BPI TEK Invalid messages is enabled by default.

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logging disable cm_ranging_fail_r103_0


The logging disable cm_ranging_fail_r103_0 command disables logging of the
"Unable to Successfully Range CM Retries Exhausted" DOCSIS error message. The
no logging disable cm_ranging_fail_r103_0 command enables the logging of this
error message. This command is useful in situations where a high volume of this error
message is being generated and logged.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging disable cm_ranging_fail_r103_0
no logging disable cm_ranging_fail_r103_0

Command Default
Logging of these error messages is enabled by default.

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logging disable dcc_arrive_new_c203_0


logging disable dcc_depart_old_c202_0
With Dynamic Load Balancing configured, there can be too many DCC transactions
on a large system. The console or log buffer can be easily flooded with the following
OSSI Event Messages (error codes C202.0 and C203.0) which are defined as a Notice
priority by the OSSI specification:
[06/28-07:50:40.88- 11:CMTSMAC]<133>CMTS[DOCSIS]:<67020200>DCC
depart old (CM 0011.8092.e47c, US:5)
[06/28-07:50:41.26- 11:CMTSMAC]<133>CMTS[DOCSIS]:<67020300>DCC
arrive new (CM 0011.8092.e47c, US:4)
The logging disable dcc_arrive_new_c203_0 and logging disable
dcc_depart_old_c202_0 commands disable the logging of these messages. The no
logging disable dcc_arrive_new_c203_0 and no logging disable
dcc_depart_old_c202_0 commands enable the logging of these messages.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Defaults
Enabled

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logging disable securityuser-login


The logging disable securityuser-login command disables the logging of Legal
Intercept securityuser login/logout transactions to the SYSLOG. The no logging
disable securityuser-login enables the logging of securityuser login/logout
transactions.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging disable securityuser-login
no logging disable securityuser-login

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logging evt clear


The logging evt clear command disables logging of all EVTs or disables EVT
logging for a specific logging destination (s). The no logging evt clear command
restores the default EVT logging configuration.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging evt clear {l|t|s|c} {<slot:group>} [<range>]
no logging evt clear {l|t|s|c} {<slot:group>} [<range>]

Command Syntax

l|t|s|c the log message destination:


l = local
t = trap
s = SYSLOG
c = console
slot the chassis slot number
group the name of an EVT group
range specific EVTs in the specified EVT group
such as '1+5+8-13'

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logging evt set


The logging evt set command configures EVT logging to log messages to a different
destination. The EVT messages logged can also be configured on a per-slot, per
group, or single, per-event basis. The no logging evt set command with no specified
EVT group name restores the original logging configuration changed with one or
more logging evt set commands.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging evt set {l|t|s|c} {<slot:group>} [<range>]
no logging evt set {l|t|s|c} {<slot:group>} [<range>]

Command Syntax

l|t|s|c the log message destination:


l = local
t = trap
s = SYSLOG
c = console
slot the chassis slot number
group the name of an EVT group
range specific EVTs in the specified EVT group
such as '1+5+8-13'

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logging facility
The logging facility command specifies the SYSLOG facility to which error
messages are sent. The no logging facility command reverts to the default of "local7".

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging facility {local 0 | local 1 | local 2 | local 3 | local 4 | local 5 | local 6 | local 7}
no logging facility

Command Syntax

local 0-7 local facility 0 through 7

Command Default
local 7

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logging on
The logging on command starts and stops the SYSLOG, and sends debug and error
messages to a logging process. The no logging on command stops sending debug or
error messages to a logging process.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging on
no logging on

Command Default
Disabled

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logging rate-limit
The logging rate-limit command limits the rate of system messages and SNMP traps
logged per second. The no logging rate-limit command disables the rate limit.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging rate-limit <0-2147483647> <1-2147483647>
no logging rate-limit

Command Syntax

0-2147483647 the number of logged messages


1-2147483647 the rate of messages logged per second

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logging reporting
The logging reporting command specifies the recording mechanism for logging
reports.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging reporting {alert | critical | debug | default | emergency | error |
information | notice | warning} {all-clear | all-set | local | local-syslog | local-trap |
local-trap-syslog}
no logging reporting {alert | critical | debug | default | emergency | error |
information | notice | warning} {all-clear | all-set | local | local-syslog | local-trap |
local-trap-syslog}

Command Syntax

Severity Levels and Descriptions

emergency emergency conditions where the system is unusable


- reserved for vendor-specific, fatal hardware or
software errors that prevents normal system
operation and causes reporting system to reboot
(severity level = 0)
alert conditions where immediate action is needed - a
serious failure which causes the reporting system to
reboot but is not caused by hardware or software
malfunctioning
(severity level = 1)

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critical critical conditions - a serious failure that requires


immediate attention and prevents the device from
transmitting data but the system could recover
without rebooting
(severity level = 2)
error error conditions - a failure occurred that could
interrupt the normal data flow
(severity level = 3)
warnings warning conditions - a failure occurred that could
interrupt the normal data flow
(severity level = 4)
notice normal but significant conditions - an event of
importance occurred which is not a failure
(severity level = 5)
information informational descriptive system messages - an
unimportant event, which could be helpful for
tracing normal operations
(severity level = 6)
debug debugging messages (severity level = 7)
default set all the severity levels to default

Logging Location Options

local log messages to local-nonvolatile memory


(NVRAM)
local-syslog log messages to local NVRAM and the SYSLOG
server
local-trap log messages, excluding the specified trap level, to
local NVRAM
local-trap-syslog log messages, excluding the specified trap level, to
local NVRAM and a SYSLOG server

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all-clear unsets all logging locations for the report.


all-set sets all logging locations for the report.

Note: Debug messages will not be reported unless debugging has been
turned on for a subsystem with the corresponding CLI debug command (e.g.
debug snmp).

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logging reporting default


The logging reporting default command is used to return to the default destination/
severity log reporting configuration.

Note: The default destination/severity log reporting configuration depends on


which logging control mode is enabled.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging reporting default

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logging session
The logging session command enables the transmission of system logging messages
to the current login session. The no logging session command disables the
transmission of system logging messages to the current login session.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


logging session
no logging session

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logging snmp-trap
The logging snmp-trap command logs all SNMP traps or logs SNMP traps of a
specified severity level and higher.

Note: The logging snmp-trap command limits SNMP trap logging to SNMP
traps with a level up to and including the severity level specified with this
command.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging snmp-trap [alerts | critical | emergencies | errors | informational |
notifications | warnings]
no logging snmp-trap [alerts | critical | emergencies | errors | informational |
notifications | warnings]

Command Syntax

Severity Levels and Descriptions

emergencies emergency conditions where the system is unusable -


reserved for vendor-specific, fatal hardware or software
errors that prevents normal system operation and causes
reporting system to reboot (severity level = 0)
alert conditions where immediate action is needed - a serious
failure which causes the reporting system to reboot but is
not caused by hardware or software malfunctioning
(severity level = 1)

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critical critical conditions - a serious failure that requires


immediate attention and prevents the device from
transmitting data but the system could recover without
rebooting
(severity level = 2)
error error conditions - a failure occurred that could interrupt
the normal data flow (severity level = 3)
warnings warning conditions - a failure occurred that could
interrupt the normal data flow
(severity level = 4)
notifications normal but significant conditions - an event of
importance occurred which is not a failure
(severity level = 5)
information informational descriptive system messages - an
unimportant event, which could be helpful for tracing
normal operations
(severity level = 6)

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logging source-interface loopback


The logging source-interface loopback command allows an operator to control the
source IP address of SYSLOG packets generated by the BSR by specifying a
loopback interface as the source IP address for SYSLOG packets. The normal
convention for generated SYSLOG packets is to set the source IP address equal to the
IP address of the outgoing interface. The logging source-interface loopback
command overrides this convention and instead uses the IP address of the specified
loopback interface.

Note: Before using the logging source-interface loopback command, the


loopback interface must be configured and assigned an IP address.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging source-interface loopback<1-255>

Command Syntax

1-255 the loopback interface number

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logging trap
The logging trap command filters messages logged to the SYSLOG servers based on
severity. The command limits the log messages sent to a SYSLOG server to messages
with a severity level up to and including the severity level specified with this
command. The no logging trap command disables the logging of these messages to
the SYSLOG servers.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


logging trap {alerts | critical | emergencies | errors | informational | notifications
| warnings}
no logging trap {alerts | critical | emergencies | errors | informational |
notifications | warnings}

Command Syntax

Severity Levels and Descriptions

emergencies emergency conditions where the system is


unusable - reserved for vendor-specific, fatal
hardware or software errors that prevents
normal system operation and causes reporting
system to reboot
(severity level = 0)
alert conditions where immediate action is needed
- a serious failure which causes the reporting
system to reboot but is not caused by
hardware or software malfunctioning
(severity level = 1)

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critical critical conditions - a serious failure that


requires immediate attention and prevents the
device from transmitting data but the system
could recover without rebooting
(severity level = 2)
error error conditions - a failure occurred that could
interrupt the normal data flow
(severity level = 3)
warnings warning conditions - a failure occurred that
could interrupt the normal data flow
(severity level = 4)
notifications normal but significant conditions - an event of
importance occurred which is not a failure
(severity level = 5)
information informational descriptive system messages -
an unimportant event, which could be helpful
for tracing normal operations
(severity level = 6)

Command Default
notifications level (severity=5)

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login
The login command logs a user on to the system.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
User EXEC

Command Line Usage


login [<WORD>]

Command Syntax

WORD 1 to 16 character username

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logout
The logout command logs a user out of the system. Use the logout command to end
the current session. The logout command is used the same way as the exit command.
In Privileged EXEC mode, use the logout command with a character argument to log
a particular user out of the system. Only users with administrative privileges can log
other users out.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
User EXEC and Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


logout [<session-id> | <username>] (Privileged EXEC mode only)
logout (User EXEC mode only)

Command Syntax

session-id the session ID number of the user to


log out
username the name of the user to log out

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macro
The macro command defines a group of existing CLI commands that can be executed
by entering the macro name at the command line. The no macro command removes a
macro from the macro list.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC and Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


macro <WORD> {Variable | <WORD>} ... [Variable | <WORD>]}}
no macro <WORD>

Command Syntax

WORD the macro name


Variable macro variables
WORD the CLI commands - CLI commands must be
added one at a time

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memory checkzero
The memory checkzero command enables memory checking on the BSR.

Note: Memory checking can use considerable BSR system resources.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


memory checkzero <0-1>

Command Syntax

0-1 1 = enable Memory Checking


0 = disable Memory Checking

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message
The message command sends a message to a specified active user.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


message <WORD> <WORD>

Command Syntax

WORD session number or username


WORD message to send

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network-clock-select
The network-clock-select command configures network timing parameters. The no
network-clock-select command disables network timing parameters.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


network-clock-select {1 | 2 } {bits | pos <X/Y>} {e1 {pcm31-crc | pcm31-hdb3 |
pcm31-nocrc} | t1 {esf-b8zs | sf-d4 | slc96 | t1dm }} {a | b}
no network-clock-select {1 | 2 } {bits | pos <X/Y>} {e1 {pcm31-crc | pcm31-hdb3
| pcm31-nocrc} | t1 {esf-b8zs | sf-d4 | slc96 | t1dm }} {a | b}

Command Syntax

1 primary priority
2 secondary priority
bits E1/T1 BITS clock
pos <X/Y> BSR POS interface slot and port
e1 configure interface as E1
pcm31-crc PCM-31 framing with AMI line coding, CRC
Multiframe

pcm31-hdb3 PCM-31 framing with HDB3 line coding,


CRC Multiframe

pcm31-nocrc PCM-31 framing with AMI line coding, No


CRC Multiframe

a select port A
b select port B

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t1 configure interface as T1
esf-b8zs ESF framing with B8ZS line coding
sf-d4 SF-D4 framing with AMI line coding
slc96 SLC96 framing with AMI line coding
t1dm T1DM framing with AMI line coding

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network-clock-select revertive
The network-clock-select revertive command enables revertive mode. The no
network-clock-select revertive command disables revertive mode.
Revertive mode enables the automatic switch-over to the highest priority clock source
available if the current clock goes offline

Note: In order for revertive mode to work properly, you must configure both
the primary and secondary clock sources. If there are no clock sources
configured, the Stratum 3 module on the SRM will remain in free-running
mode.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


network-clock-select revertive
no network-clock-select revertive

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more
The more command displays the contents of a specified file.
Use the more nvram:startup-config command to view the startup configuration file
in NVRAM. The config_file environmental table will be displayed if the startup
configuration file is not displayed. The user can determine the status of the file which
is either a complete or a distilled version of the configuration file.
Use the more system:running-config command to view the running configuration
file. The more system:running-config command displays the version of the software
and any changes that were previously made.

Note: You can use the more command to view files on remote systems.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


more {flash: <filename> | ftp: <filename> | nvram: <filename> |
nvram:startup-config | startup-config | system:startup-config } [ | {begin |
exclude | include} {<WORD>} | {count | count-only}]
more {flash: <filename> | ftp: <filename> | nvram: <filename> |
nvram:startup-config | startup-config | system:startup-config } [ | {count |
count-only}]

Command Syntax

filename file name


| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string

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exclude filter for output that excludes the specified


string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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page
The page command controls the scrolling of system output displays.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


page {off | on}

Command Syntax

off scrolling continues until the end of


the display without stopping
on controlled scrolling through the use
of the Enter/Return key and spacebar

Command Default
on

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password
The password command establishes a password that must be specified by users
attempting to establish a console or telnet session with the BSR. A console or telnet
session will not be established if the correct password is not specified by the user. The
no password command removes the password.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


password {console | telnet}[0 | 7] <WORD>
no password {console | telnet}

Command Syntax

console password for console connections


telnet password for telnet connections
0 specifies an UNENCRYPTED
password
7 specifies a HIDDEN password
WORD the password (31 character
maximum, 78 character maximum
for option 7) - enclosed with double
quotes if the key contains spaces).
The "%" and "!" characters must not
be used.

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patch install
The BSR supports a maximum of 16 unique patch files. A patch file can be configured
through the CLI and then displayed in the running-config file. Once the
running-config file is copied to the startup-config file, the patches are persistently
applied to the BSR chassis.
The patch install command applies text patch files to the BSR chassis or to a
specified slot in the BSR chassis. The SRM copies the specified patch file to all the
running modules. Once a module receives the patch file and a patch indicate message,
the module begins the patching process. The patching process involves opening the
patch file and determining whether the patch file is compatible with the module’s
system version. If the patch file is compatible with the module’s system version, the
patch file is executed on the module. The patch install slot command executes the
patching process on a single module.
The no patch install command removes a patch from the BSR chassis or from a
specified slot in the BSR chassis.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


patch install {flash: | nvram:} {<filename>} [slot <NUM>]
no patch install {flash: | nvram:} {<filename>} [slot <NUM>]

Command Syntax

flash: Specifies flash memory as the location of the


patch file.
nvram: Specifies Non-volatile Random Access
Memory (NVRAM) as the location of the
patch file.
filename Patch filename stored in Flash or NVRAM.
slot NUM The BSR slot number.

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privilege restricted
The privilege restricted command designates a specific CLI command or group of
commands as belonging to the "restricted" user group. Only users in the "restricted"
user group have read-write access to commands designated as "restricted".

Note: By default, users in the "restricted" user group will not be able to
execute any commands unless they have been specified as "restricted" with
the privilege restricted command.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


privilege restricted {<WORD> [<...WORD>] | all}
no privilege {<WORD> [<...WORD>] | all}

Command Syntax

WORD the command whose privilege level is to be


changed to "restricted" - multiple commands
can be specified separated by spaces
all changes the privilege level to "restricted" for
all of the sub-options of a given command

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radius-server
The radius-server command configures a RADIUS client to allow communication
with a RADIUS server. Configuring a RADIUS client involves the following tasks:
■ specifying the RADIUS server
■ defining the shared encryption key for authentication between the RADIUS
server and the RADIUS client
■ specifying the number of retry attempts if there is no response from an active
RADIUS server
■ specifying the time interval between retry attempts if there is no response from
from an active RADIUS server

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


radius-server host {<A.B.C.D>|<Hostname>} [auth-port <0-65535> [primary]]
radius-server key <WORD>
radius-server retransmit <0-100>
radius-server timeout <1-1000>

no radius-server host {<A.B.C.D>|<Hostname>} [auth-port]


no radius-server key
no radius-server retransmit
no radius-server timeout

Command Syntax

host specifies a RADIUS server


A.B.C.D the IP address of the RADIUS server

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Hostname the hostname of the RADIUS server


auth-port 0-65535 specify a UDP port number for RADIUS
authentication - default port number is 1812
primary select this server as the primary RADIUS
server
key WORD text of the encryption key shared between the
RADIUS client and the RADIUS servers -
Motorola recommends a 22 character
minimum
retransmit 0-100 specify the number of retry attempts if there is
no response from an active RADIUS server -
default is 3 retries
timeout 1-1000 specify the time interval in seconds between
retry attempts if there is no response from
from an active RADIUS server - default is 5
seconds

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radius-server source-interface loopback


The radius-server source-interface loopback command allows an operator to
control the source IP address of Radius authentication protocol packets generated by
the BSR by specifying a loopback interface as the source IP address for Radius
authentication protocol packets. The normal convention for generated Radius
authentication protocol packets is to set the source IP address equal to the IP address
of the outgoing interface. The radius-server source-interface loopback command
overrides this convention and instead uses the IP address of the specified loopback
interface. The no radius-server source-interface loopback command removes the
loopback source interface.

Note: Before using the radius-server source-interface loopback


command, the loopback interface must be configured and assigned an IP
address.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


radius-server source-interface loopback <1-255>
no radius-server source-interface loopback

Command Syntax

1-255 the loopback interface number

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redundancy cmts
The redundancy cmts command enables CMTS redundancy protection for a primary
CMTS. The slot number of the primary CMTS must be in the range 0..5 or 9..14. Slot
15 may not be used for CMTS redundancy.
The no redundancy cmts command disables CMTS redundancy protection for a
slot.The slot number must be a primary slot number in the range 0..5 or 9..14. By
default, redundancy is automatically enabled for all installed CMTS modules.

Note: It is important to save any configuration changes made to a primary


CMTS interface in the running configuration to the startup configuration with
the copy running-config startup-config command. This ensures that any
configuration changes are guaranteed to be maintained when a Primary
CMTS Module switches over service to the Standby CMTS Module or the
Standby CMTS Module gives back service to a Primary CMTS Module.

If a CPE that is statically configured with an IP address instead of obtaining


and IP address via DHCP registers on an active CMTS card, then a
switchover occurs, the arp entry will not be deleted if the CM de-registers. If
the CM attempts to re-register, the CPE will not pass data until the arp
timeout expires.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


redundancy cmts <NUM>
no redundancy cmts <NUM>

Command Syntax

NUM the BSR 64000 CMTS slot number

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Command Default
redundancy enabled

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redundancy dtx
The redundancy dtx command enables TX32 redundancy protection for a Primary
TX32. The slot number of the Primary TX32 must be in the range 0..5 or 9..14. Slots
7 and 8 are reserved for SRM modules, slot 6 is reserved for a standby CMTS, and
slot 15 does not support the necessary backplane signals.
The no redundancy cmts command disables TX32 redundancy protection for a slot.
The slot number must be a primary slot number in the range 0..5 or 9..14. By default,
redundancy is automatically enabled for all installed TX32 modules.

Note: It is important to save any configuration changes in the running


configuration to the startup configuration with the copy running-config
startup-config command so that these changes are maintained whenever
any primary module switches over to a redundant module or is restored back
to a primary module.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


redundancy dtx {<X> | reset-after-switchover }
no redundancy dtx {<X> | reset-after-switchover }

Command Syntax

X the TX32 slot number


reset-after-switchover enables resetting a surrendering TX32 card
following a manual switchover

Command Defaults
redundancy enabled
reset-after-switchover = disabled

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redundancy force-switchover cmts


The redundancy force-switchover cmts command forces a CMTS to switchover to
the CMTS that provides redundancy for it. For a primary slot in the range 0..5, 9..14,
the spare CMTS in slot 6 takes over. For slot 6, the spare CMTS gives back operation
to whatever primary CMTS for which it was operating.

Note: After the first administrative (manual) switchover you perform for BSR
64000 systems employing Redundant SRMs, Redundant CMTS modules, or
both; wait a minimum of 5 minutes for SRMs and 60 seconds for CMTS
modules before initiating another administrative switchover.

It is important to save any configuration changes made to a primary CMTS


interface in the running configuration to the startup configuration with the
copy running-config startup-config command. This ensures that any
configuration changes are guaranteed to be maintained when a Primary
CMTS Module switches over service to the Standby CMTS Module or the
Standby CMTS Module gives back service to a Primary CMTS Module.

If a CPE that is statically configured with an IP address instead of obtaining


and IP address via DHCP registers on an active CMTS card, then a
switchover occurs, the arp entry will not be deleted if the CM de-registers. If
the CM attempts to re-register, the CPE will not pass data until the arp
timeout expires.

Only users with read/write privileges are allowed to use the redundancy
force-switchover cmts command. If a user has read-only privileges, the
command is not executed and a message is displayed informing the user of
insufficient privileges.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


redundancy force-switchover cmts <NUM>

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Command Syntax

NUM the BSR 64000 CMTS slot number

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redundancy force-switchover dtx


The redundancy force-switchover dtx command forces a Primary TX32 module to
switchover to the Standby TX32 module that provides redundancy for it..

Note: It is important to save any configuration changes in the running


configuration to the startup configuration with the copy running-config
startup-config command so that these changes are maintained whenever
any primary module switches over to a redundant module or is restored back
to a primary module.

Only users with read/write privileges are allowed to use the redundancy
force-switchover dtx command. If a user has read-only privileges, the
command is not executed and a message is displayed informing the user of
insufficient privileges.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


redundancy force-switchover dtx <NUM>

Command Syntax

NUM the TX32 slot number

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redundancy force-switchover srm


The redundancy force-switchover srm command allows an administrative
switchover from the active SRM to the standby SRM and will cause control of the
BSR 64000 to pass from the active SRM to the standby SRM.

Note: After the first administrative (manual) switchover you perform for BSR
64000 systems employing Redundant SRMs, Redundant CMTS modules, or
both; wait a minimum of 5 minutes for SRMs and 60 seconds for CMTS
modules before initiating another administrative switchover.

It is important to save any configuration changes made to a primary SRM


interface in the running configuration to the startup configuration with the
copy running-config startup-config command. This ensures that any
configuration changes are guaranteed to be maintained when a Primary SRM
Module switches over service to the Standby SRM Module or the Standby
SRM Module gives back service to a Primary SRM Module.

Only users with read/write privileges are allowed to use the redundancy
force-switchover srm command. If a user has read-only privileges, the
command is not executed and a message is displayed informing the user of
insufficient privileges.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


redundancy force-switchover srm

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reload
The reload command reloads the operating system. The reload command is most
often used to reload upgraded software.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


reload [ at <hh:mm:> <LINE> <MONTH> | cancel | fast | in countdown | reason
<LINE>]

Command Syntax

at reloads at a specific time


hh:mm specific hour and minute to reload
MONTH name of the month
cancel cancels a pending reload
fast reloads the system immediately
in reloads after a time interval
countdown time interval in mm or hh:mm
reason LINE text of the reason to reload

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reload switched
A Hitless Upgrade is performed by distributing new software image(s) to all modules
in the BSR 64000 chassis via the update chassis command and then using the reload
switched command to sequentially reload the image to all modules in the chassis.
The reload switched command performs a sequential reload of every module resident
in the BSR chassis as part of a hitless upgrade. While each module is reloading, its
operation will be performed by another module.

Note: The reload switched command can be used by itself (without the
update chassis command) to perform a hitless reload (not upgrade) of the
chassis.

Note: The reload switched command checks to determine if redundancy is


enabled for all slots. If any CMTS slot is not enabled for redundancy, a
warning message appears.

The reload switched command will not be executed in the following circumstances:
■ a non-switched reload is currently pending.
■ there are modules cards in the BSR chassis that are not in either the RUN or
STBY state.
■ the BSR chassis does not support both SRM and CMTS redundancy.

Warning: If a user attempts a Hitless Upgrade between archives having


different HU Software Group numbers, the following warning message is
displayed:

WARNING - Attempting Hitless Upgrade between two


incompatible archives.
Recommended aborting the "reload switched" command
Abort the "switched reload" ? [yes/no]:

The user is given the choice of proceeding with the Hitless Upgrade or
aborting the operation with the recommendation being to abort.

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CLI commands that would interfere with operation of the reload switched command
will not be executed during the switched reload procedure. These commands are:
■ balance
■ boot
■ copy
■ download (debug mode command)
■ update
■ redundancy cmts enable/disable
■ redundancy force srm/cmts
■ reload (except reload cancel)
■ reset
■ shutdown (if configuring an HSIM interface)
■ no shutdown (if configuring HSIM interface)
During a switched hitless upgrade reload, the above commands will not execute even
if the command does not apply to the module currently being reloaded. If an attempt is
made to use these commands, the system will display a message similar to the
following:

This command may not be performed while a switched reload is in progress. Enter
.
‘show reload’ to display the current progress of the switched reload. Enter ‘reload
cancel’ to cancel the switched reload.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


reload switched [check | hsim-delay <15-120> | resume [ hsim-delay <15-120>]]

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Command Syntax

check check the system to see if Hitless Upgrade is


supported
hsim-delay 15-120 the number of seconds (15-120) that Hitless
Upgrade waits between the end of the reload
of one HSIM card and the start of the reload
of the next HSIM card - this time allows the
routing tables to be populated before
reloading the next HSIM card
resume resume a cancelled or terminated switched
reload

The following is an example of typical output from the reload switched check
command:\

Switched reload validation summary:

System card types and states meet requirements of Hitless Upgrade.

Please verify the software compatibility between the current and


target application archives by checking the Hitless Upgrade Group
numbers and making sure that they are the same in both the archives.

eg - archive 4.1.0T00P48H04KRAU.Z - HU group is 04

For boot rom upgrade refer to release documentation to verify


suitablity for Hitless Upgrade.

Please check user documentation to insure that hardware revision


numbers meet the requirements of the new software archive.

It is the user's responsibility to insure that multi-path routes


to the desired destinations have been configured.
The software does not verify this.

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Note: For the reload switched resume command, the hsim-delay option
has the same functionality as described above with one important difference;
If the hsim-delay option is not specified with the reload switched resume
command, then the hsim-delay value used during Hitless Upgrade will be
the hsim-delay value specified with the previous reload switched
hsim-delay command or the default hsim-delay value of 15 seconds.

For example, the reload switched command is started with an hsim-delay


of 35 secondS.

reload switched hsim-delay 35

For some reason Hitless Upgrade is either aborted by the user or terminates
due to some issue. When the issue has been addressed and Hitless Upgrade
is resumed, the following scenarios will apply:

• if the reload switched resume hsim-delay command is used without


explicitly specifying an hsim-delay value, Hitless Upgrade uses the
previous value of 35 seconds for the hsim-delay.
• if the reload switched resume command is used with an hsim-delay
value of 25 seconds (reload switched resume hsim-delay 25),
Hitless Upgrade will use the new specified value of 25 seconds for the
hsim-delay.

Command Default
hsim-delay = 15 seconds

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remote copy
The remote copy command provides the ability to copy a file from an external File
Transport Protocol (FTP) server to a remote module such as the CMTS 2:8 or TX32.
The remote copy command also provides the ability to copy a file from a remote
module to an external FTP server.
The following example copies the cmts2x8_ar.z file from an FTP server onto BSR slot
4's filesystem:
MOT:7A# remote copy ftp://10.14.37.195/mgi515/cmts2x8_ar.z slot 4
cmts2x8_ar.z
The following example copies the cmts2x8_ar.z file from BSR slot 4's filesystem onto
an FTP server:
MOT:7A# remote copy slot 4 cmts2x8_ar.z ftp://10.14.37.195/mgi515/
cmts2x8_ar.z

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


remote copy ftp: <filesystem> slot <NUM> [<WORD> [gateway <A.B.C.D>]]
[gateway <A.B.C.D>]
remote copy slot <NUM> <WORD> ftp: [gateway <A.B.C.D>]

Command Syntax

ftp: filesystem Copy the configuration file from an


FTP server.
slot NUM Copy the configuration file from a
FTP server BSR slot number.

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WORD Destination filename or file to be


copied.
gateway A.B.C.D Specifies a port-forwarding
gateway’s local logical interface’s IP
address.

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remote delete slot


remote rm slot
The remote delete slot and remote rm slot commands delete a specified file on a
specified BSR slot.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


remote delete slot <NUM> <WORD>
remote rm slot <NUM> <WORD>

Command Syntax

NUM The BSR slot number.


WORD The filename of the file to be
deleted.

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remote dir slot


remote ls slot
The remote dir slot and remote ls slot commands display a list of filenames, creation
dates, file sizes and space available on a filesystem. The following is typical screen
output from the remote dir slot and remote ls slot commands:

Directory of Slot 11:

8667918 Tue Jun 23 09:59:44 2009 tx.bin


2097148 Mon Jun 22 13:57:37 2009 eventlog8.mer
2097148 Mon Jun 22 16:08:53 2009 eventlog9.mer
2097148 Tue Jun 23 10:03:27 2009 eventlog1.mer
5230 Thu Jan 15 15:13:43 2009 tx32_qrm_eeprom.hex
129356 Thu Jan 15 15:14:06 2009 tx32_qrm_flash.hex
1144176 Thu Jan 15 15:14:51 2009 tx32_qrm_fpga.cbt
0 Fri Jan 16 15:29:42 2009 core_dsphy.Initial_01
0 Thu Feb 05 12:16:46 2009 core_ProcessTask_01
0 Fri Jan 16 15:16:16 2009 core_dsphy.Initial_04
0 Fri Jan 16 15:19:49 2009 core_dsphy.Initial_05
0 Fri Jan 16 15:26:13 2009 core_dsphy.Initial_06

Number of Files: 12

Kbytes Used Avail Use%


------ ---- ----- ----
50495 15919 34576 31 %

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


remote dir slot <NUM>
remote ls slot <NUM>

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Command Syntax

NUM The BSR slot number.

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repeat
The repeat command repeats a command or series of commands

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


repeat {<NUM>} {<WORD> [...<WORD>] | delay <NUM> {<WORD>
[...<WORD>]}}

Command Syntax

NUM the number of times to repeat the command or


series of commands
WORD the command or series of commands
delay NUM the delay (in seconds) between the execution
of each command

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reset
The reset command resets all slots or a specific slot in the BSR 64000 chassis.

Note: It is important to save any configuration changes made in the running


configuration to the startup configuration with the copy running-config
startup-config command before resetting a slot. This ensures that any
configuration changes are guaranteed to be maintained after a slot is reset.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


reset {all | slot <0-6, 8-15>}

Command Syntax

all reset all slots in the BSR 64000 chassis


slot 0-6, 8-15 reset a specific slot

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service password-encryption
The service password-encryption command enables password encryption. The no
service password-encryption disables password encryption.
The service password-encryption command will also encrypt previously specified
passwords in the running-config file that are currently unencrypted.

Note: Once passwords appearing in the running configuration file are


encrypted, they cannot be unencrypted using the no service
password-encryption command.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


service password-encryption
no service password-encryption

Command Default
No encryption

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session-timeout
The session-timeout command lets you specify the length of time (in minutes) before
the BSR terminates any inactive session. An inactive session is a session has received
no user input or system output during the specified time interval.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


session-timeout {console | telnet} <0-30>

Command Syntax

console specifies console sessions


telnet specifies telnet sessions
0-30 length of time in minutes before the
session is terminated automatically
by the BSR

Command Default
5 minutes for telnet sessions
0 for console sessions (session maintained indefinitely)

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session-window set
The session-window set command specifies the height and width parameters of the
current CLI session window.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


session-window set {height <4-128> | width <16-384>}

Command Syntax

height 4-128 sets window height in number of lines


width 16-384 sets window width in number of columns

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set bandwidth-factor
The set bandwidth-factor command configures the percentage of bandwidth that
may be used by a Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet interface. The no set
bandwidth-factor command restores the default bandwidth factor of 100%.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Interface Configuration (Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet interfaces only)

Command Line Usage


set bandwidth-factor <10-100>
no set bandwidth-factor

Command Syntax

10-100 the percentage of bandwidth that can be used


(min 10 Mbps)

Command Default
100%

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set stats poll


The set stats poll command specifies a polling interval in seconds for various BSR
slot statistics. The no set stats poll command disables slot statistics polling.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Slot Configuration

Command Line Usage


For the SRM module in slot 7:
set stats poll update <1-3600>
no set stats poll update <1-3600>

For all Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet slots:


set stats poll {bmeth | fastpath {ip | mpls} | gige | lcpu | update | xfabric}
{<1-3600>}
no set stats poll {bmeth | fastpath {ip | mpls} | gige | lcpu | update | xfabric}
{<1-3600>}

For all CMTS slots:


set stats poll {cmts | update | xfabric} {<1-3600>}
no set stats poll {cmts | update | xfabric} {<1-3600>}

Command Syntax

bmeth buffer manager Ethernet statistics


cmts CMTS Statistics
fastpath ip Fastpath forwarding IP statistics
fastpath mpls Fastpath forwarding MPLS statistics

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gige Gigabit Ethernet statistics


lcpu local CPU Ethernet statistics
update report statistics to SRM
xfabric switch fabric statistics
1-3600 poll time in seconds

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show aliases
The show aliases command displays any one of the following:
■ Aliases for commands in all modes
■ Aliases for commands in a specific mode.
■ Aliases for all commands that begin with, include, or exclude a specified string.
■ Aliases for a specific mode that begin with, include, or exclude a specified string.
The following is an example of typical screen output from the show aliases
command:

Privilege mode aliases:


getHa22 copy ftp://150.21.2.61/pub/tter/tterHa22.Z nvram:
getSf copy ftp://10.14.37.103/pub/tter/tter.Z nvram:tter.Z
ccm clear cable modem all reset
ccmoff clear cable modem offline
getElf copy ftp://10.14.37.103/pub/tter/vxWorks.Z.elf nvram:vxWorks.Z.elf
getVtag copy ftp://10.14.37.103/pub/tter/tterVtag.Z nvram:tterVtag.Z

System-wide aliases:
scmst show cable modem summary total
scm show cable modem

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show alias [conf | exec | priv] [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} | {count |
count-only}]
show alias [conf | exec | priv] [ | {count | count-only}]

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Command Syntax

conf specifies aliases for Global


Configuration mode
exec specifies aliases for User EXEC
mode
priv specifies aliases for Privileged
EXEC mode
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show boot
The show boot command lists the boot parameters. Use the show boot command to
display the contents of the BOOT environment variables and the configuration
register setting. The following is an example of typical screen output from the show
boot command:

Boot location currently set to nvram:tter.Z

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show boot [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} | {count | count-only}]
show boot [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show chassis alias


The show chassis alias command to show the alias name for the BSR chassis.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


show chassis alias

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show chassis assetid


The show chassis assetid command is used to view the asset ID number assigned to
the BSR.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


show chassis assetid

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show chassis serial-num


The show chassis serial-num command is used to view the serial number assigned to
your BSR 64000.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


show chassis serial-num

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show chassis status


The show chassis status command displays the operational status and twhe type of
modules that are installed in the BSR. The following information is provided:

Slot module slot number from 0 to 15


Type the type of module inserted into the BSR 64000. HSIM indicates
either the POS or Gigabit Ethernet Network Interface modules
(NIMs)- CMTS indicates the DOCSIS module - SRM indicates
the Supervisory Routing Module (SRM3 or SRM4)
Sub the module subtype - 2X8 CMTS, ETH1, ETH8, etc.
Red indicates the slot number of the redundant backup module
State indicates the current operational state of the module. RUN
indicates that the module is fully operational. Flash indicates
that the module is updating its FLASH memory. boot indicates
that the module is currently in a boot state. stby indicates that the
module is in standby mode
RM resource module. An x indicates that this module is operational.
A - (dash) indicates that this module is not currently operational
IO physical module (IO module). An x indicates that this module is
operational. A - (dash) indicates that this module is not currently
operational
UpTime if the system clock has been set using the clock set command,
the UpTime field displays the amount of time that the module
has been operational. The time is expressed in hh:mm:ss format
LastUpTime if the module is down, the last operational time for the module
displays
Success the module booted successfully.
Failure the module failed the boot process.

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The following is an example of typical screen output from the show chassis status
command: For Release 5.0.0, the show chassis status command has been enhanced
with the TX32 module type and operational status. The following is typical screen
output from the show chassis status command:

Current Time: 11/19-06:43:15


Running archive: NVRAM:500T00P01.Z

Slot Type Sub Red State RM IO UpTime LastUpTime Success Failure


0 - - - - 0 0
1 - - - - 0 0
2 CMTS 2x8(2.0) - RUN x x 0w2d16h 1 1
3 - - - - 0 0
4 - - - x 0 0
5 CMTS 2x8 - RUN x x 0w2d16h 1 1
6 CMTS 2x8(2.0) - stby x x 0w2d16h 0 1
7 SRM4 - RUN x x 0w2d16h 0 0
8 - - - - 0 0
9 - - - - TX32 Module 0 0
10 - - - - 0 0
11 DTX TX32 - RUN x x 0w2d16h 1 1
12 - - - x 0 0
13 - - - x 0 0
14 HSIM MMGE - RUN x x 0w2d16h 1 1
15 HSIM ETH8 - RUN x x 0w2d16h 1 1

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Note: The value displayed with the sysUpTime SNMP MIB object and the
"UpTime" field as displayed in the show chassis status command output
represent different system up time values.

The sysUpTime MIB object represents the amount of time that the SNMP
Agent has been running. This is relative to the time that the SNMP Agent was
last restarted. Initially, this will be close to the time that the SRM module last
restarted because the SNMP Agent resides on the SRM module. However, if
the SNMP Agent itself is restarted with the snmp-server shutdown or
snmp-server enable CLI commands, the sysUpTime will be reset to zero.

The "UpTime" value displayed in the show chassis status command output
represents the amount of time that the modules have been running relative to
the last reboot of the chassis or last reset of the modules. These system time
values may be different for each module, even after a reboot of the entire
chassis, because not all modules complete their initialization at the same
time. Also, the system time values will be different if individual modules are
restarted via the CLI or are manually inserted at a later time. However, the
per-module 'UpTime" values displayed in the show chassis status
command output are NOT affected by the snmp-server shutdown and
snmp-server enable commands because these values are relative to the
module’s boot time not to the SNMP Agent’s boot time.

Note: After an SRM switchover, the show chassis status command output
may display an inaccurate uptime value for SRM4 modules in the BSR
chassis. This should not otherwise affect system performance.

For BSR 64000 systems with an SRM4, a file called timezone is


automatically created in NVRAM to store the system clock time zone
information configured with the clock set and clock timezone commands.

The timezone file should not be deleted. If the file is removed for any reason,
then the system clock and time zone configuration must be re-entered using
the clock set and clock timezone commands and verified using the show
clock command.

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Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


show chassis status [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} | {count |
count-only}]
show chassis status [ | {count | count-only}]

Note: Do not truncate the show chassis status command (ex. sh ch st)
when in Interface Configuration Mode. Truncating the show chassis status
command when in Interface Configuration Mode will produce the expected
command output but will also place the CLI into Global Configuration Mode.

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show clock
The show clock command shows the system clock. The following is an example of
typical screen output from the show clock command:

TUE JAN 24 10:05:05 2006


Timezone eastern, -5 hr 0 min offset from UTC

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


show clock [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} | {count | count-only}]
show clock [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show core log


The show core log command addresses the problem of logged exception data being
removed from a log file as other logged data is added and the log file’s capacity is
exceeded before the exception log data can retrieved. In addition to logging exception
data in the regular log file, the exception data is stored in a core log file. This log file
can be viewed with the show core log command and cleared with the clear core log
command.
■ The core log file stores up to 400 lines of exception data, occupying a maximum
102.4 KB file size in FLASH. The filename is core.log.
■ After a reload, a new core.log file is created, and the old core.log file is
backed up to a file named core.old.
■ The core.old file can be viewed in a text editor.
The following displays typical output from the show core log command:

Preparing log file for reading ...


[07/21-18:14:22.4807/21-18:13:41.89- 08:EXC]-E- Reformating Exception Storage
[07/21-18:14:22.3607/21-18:13:41.89- 08:EXC]-E- tRDNc Timeout:0
[07/21-18:14:22.3407/21-18:13:41.89- 08:EXC]-E- Tasks blocked on semaphore 0xfffff80:
[07/21-18:14:22.3307/21-18:13:41.89- 08:EXC]-E- tTnetRDNtd Timeout:0
[07/21-18:14:22.2907/21-18:13:41.89- 08:EXC]-E- Tasks blocked on semaphore 0xb17d88c:
[07/21-18:14:22.2807/21-18:13:41.89- 08:EXC]-E- EventMgr Timeout:28

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All mores except for User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show core log

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show evt
The show evt command displays EVT counts for all EVT groups, a specific EVT
group, EVT group counts that only occur on a specific BSR slot, or individual event.
By default, only EVT groups with non-zero event counts are displayed. The following
is an example of typical screen output from the show evt command:

Slot 0: CRA - Cra event system EVT Base : 4608


Num Title Count Sv Logging
--- ---------------------------------------- ---------- -- --------
1 rcvd crm msg 144 D
14 Received CA Certificate SET request 3 D
18 Sent GET CA Cert. message to CRM 1 D
23 cmtsSendCrmCmAdd 12 D
24 cmtsSendCrmCmDel 8 D
25 cmtsSendCrmCmReg 12 D

Slot 0: MACCFG - macCfg event system EVT Base : 9984


Num Title Count Sv Logging
--- ---------------------------------------- ---------- -- --------
1 Flap tree add success 3 D
3 Flap tree delete success 3 D
8 FlapListAdd success 3 D
10 FlapListDel success 3 D
15 FlapListAgeout success 2 D
18 set cmh flap rowstatus to active 3 D
19 set cmh flap rowstatus to destroy 3 D
22 set cmh flap mac addr 4 D

In addition to the BSR 64000 slot number, EVT group name, and EVT base number,
the following information is displayed

Num the EVT number - EVTs are numbered from 1


to 255 (maximum)
Title the title of the individual event

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Count the number of times the EVT has occurred


since the count was last reset
Sv the severity level of the event - in order of
increasing severity, the abbreviations are:

D = Debug
I = Informational
N = Notice
W = Warning
E = Error
C = Critical
A = Alert
E = Emergency
Logging indicates to which logging subsystems EVT
messages are forwarded:

L = Local log file


T = Trap to SNMP
S = SYSLOG
C = Console

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


show evt [<NUM> | <WORD>]

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Command Syntax

NUM the chassis slot number


WORD the name of an EVT group - refer to the table
below.

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Table EVT Event Subsystems


memchk Memory Check drmr DOCSIS Redundancy accdhc ACC DHCP
net Network Manager SRM reg REG
ipevt IP Event System swr Switched Reload range Range
tpt Testpoint Facility tacacs TACACS+ dpm Data Path Mapping
arp ARP vrfmgr VRF Manager dra DOCSIS Redundancy
rpt SRM Repeater ipsec Agent
IPSEC
im Interface Manager ubsha
sys SYS UTIL Upstream Scheduler RTR
icp ICP
snmpa SNMP Agent ubsbst Upstream Scheduler Burst
evtm EVT Manager
dsgmib SNMP DSG ubsmac UBS CMTS MAC RTR
evta EVT Agent
bufmgr Buffer Manager ubs Upstream Scheduler
rmbind RM Bind
rm Resource Manager eth8 Ethernet Switch ubsim UBS IM SYNC
crmbpi CRM BPI fei FEI ubsmap UBS MAP
crm CRM srpcmt SRM Reporter CMTS macmr MAC MGR
crmsub CRM SubMgt maccfg MAC CFG docsif DOCS IF
crmfft CRM FFT cmtbuf CMTS Buffer macrtr MACRTR
crmsnr CRM SNR fpga CMTS FPGA brgtag BRG TAG
crmutl CRM Util bcm Broadcom Driver brg BRG
crmdtm CRM DOCSTEST bcmpkt Broadcam Driver Per brgrtr BRG RTR
crmcli CRM CLI
Packet spafft Spectrum Agent FFT
crmdsg CRM DSG
frm FRM spasnr Spectrum Agent SNR
dsgif DSG Interface
ard ARD rssi Spectrum Agent RSSI
csm Certificate Storage
ardpkt ARD PKT spasc Spectrum Agent SC
Module
brmtag BRM VLAN Tagging que QUE Manager ardrtr ARD RTR
rsm Redundancy SRM upc Upconverter acctrt ACC RTR
rdb Run Time Database res RES btp Boot Uptime
fpevt FP EVT resrtr RES RTR mcns MCNS
spcmgr Spectrum Manager resaut RES AUTH red CMTS Redundancy ICP
dgm DQM ressf RES SF ucc Upstream Channel Change
dqos PacketCable DQOS resmgr RES MGR dcc Dynamic Channel Change
pcmm PacketCable lbm Load Balancing dsx Dynamic Service
Multimedia svcflo
lbm2 Load Balancing 2nd Service Flow
em PacketCable Event cra
Table CRA
Message
lbmsnr Load Balacing SNR cra2 CRA SNR
lbgmgr Load Balance Manage
cms Cable Modem bcm1 Broadcom 3138 Driver
drm DOCSIS Redundancy
Selector bcmmac Broadcom 3212 Driver
Manager
acc ACC pream Preamble
drme DOCSIS Redundancy
accpkt ACC Packet upcmot Upconverter Motorola
Manager Engine

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show forced-download
The show forced-download command shows information about which slots are set
for forced download from the SRM.
The following is an example of typical screen output from the show
forced-download command:

Slot 0 is forced to always download from the SRM


Slot 1 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 2 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 3 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 4 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 5 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 6 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 7 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 8 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 9 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 10 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 11 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 12 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 13 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 14 is forced to always download from the SRM
Slot 15 is forced to always download from the SRM

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show forced-download [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} | {count |
count-only}]
show forced-download [ | {count | count-only } {<WORD>}]

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Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show history
The show history command displays a list of commands executed during a session.
The list size is determined by the setting of the history size command. The following
is an example of typical screen output from the show history command:

show ip bgp next-hops


show ip bgp summary
show ip bgp community
show boot
show aliases
show boot
show chassis alias
show chassis asset-id
show clock
show history

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


show history [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} | {count | count-only}]
show history [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string

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include filter for output that includes the


specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show keepalive
The show keepalive command displays keepalive status and configuration
information for all switch fabric or ICP keepalives. The following is an example of
typical screen output from the show keepalive command:

Status : xfabric keepalive enabled


: icp keepalive enabled
Features : xfabric(monitor, 880-recover, slot-recover, cmts-rebind)
: icp(monitor, slot-reset )
Thresholds: xfabric (monitor 3, 880-recover 10, slot-recover 60, cmts-rebind 5)
: icp (monitor 10, slot-reset 10)

Keepalive Retransmit Counts:


Slot xfabric ICP
----------------------
10 : 1 0

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show keepalive [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show keepalive [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters or


counters)
begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string

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exclude filter for output that excludes the


specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show log
The show log command displays message logging in the log file, the oldest message
first. The show log command displays log file contents and information about users
who have logged into the BSR. The following is an example of typical screen output
from the show log command::

Preparing log file for reading ...


[02/11-10:39:08- 07:telnet01]-N-user enabled-user authenticated
[02/11-10:39:04- 07:telnet01]-N-connection made from 10.14.11.218 on session 01
[02/10-18:41:11-
. 07:RMs]-N-Module state RUNNING CMTS slot 1
[02/10-18:41:11- 07:RMs]-I-Slot 1 booted with version 2.1.0T00P39.KRBU
[02/10-18:41:09- 07:SPECMGR]-N-No shut down succeed for channel ifIndex = 98561

[02/10-18:41:09- 07:CRMTASK]-N-link up notification, ifIndex = 98561.


[02/10-18:41:08- 07:CRMTASK]-N-link up notification, ifIndex = 98305.
[02/10-18:41:08- 07:IM]-N-IP Interface cable 1/0 on 150.31.41.1 is up
[02/10-18:41:08- 07:IM]-N-Interface cable 1/0 is up
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-E-bad return value 0 from parse() in loadInterfaceConf
iguration(), for config line:' cable dynamic-service authorization-mode disable'
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-I-restoring: cable dynamic-service authorization-mode
disable
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-N-configuration change by [hotswapper]: cable upstream
3 shutdown
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-I-restoring: cable upstream 3 shutdown
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-N-configuration change by [hotswapper]: cable upstream
2 shutdown
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-I-restoring: cable upstream 2 shutdown
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-N-configuration change by [hotswapper]: cable upstream
1 shutdown
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-I-restoring: cable upstream 1 shutdown
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-N-configuration change by [hotswapper]: no cable upstr
eam 0 shutdown
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-I-restoring: no cable upstream 0 shutdown
[02/10-18:41:07- 07:RMsc]-N-configuration change by [hotswapper]: cable upstream

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Command Mode
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Command Line Usage


show log [chronological] [security] [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ |
{count | count-only}]]
show log [chronological] [security] [ | {count | count-only}]

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Command Syntax

chronological displays the log file from the oldest


entry to the newest entry - this is the
reverse of using the show log
command without options
security displays security privilege
information
Note: the security option is only
available to a user logged in as
securityuser - refer to Configuring
Cable Intercepts in the BSR 64000
CMTS Configuration and
Management Guide
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show logging evt


The show logging evt command displays the EVT configuration entries in the
running configuration file. The following is an example of typical screen output from
the show logging evt command:

EVT RUNNING CONFIG:


logging evt set c drme 82
logging evt set c rdb 197
logging evt set c dra 121

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show logging evt

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show logging reporting


The show logging reporting command displays the recording mechanism for logging
messages based on their severity level. The display output is in the format: logging
reporting <severity> <logging location> e.g. logging reporting alert local. The
following is an example of typical screen output from the show logging reporting
command:

no logging control docsis


logging reporting emergency local
logging reporting alert local
logging reporting critical local-trap-syslog
logging reporting error local-trap-syslog
logging reporting warning local-trap-syslog
logging reporting notice local-trap-syslog
logging reporting information all-clear
logging reporting debug all-clear

The following information is displayed:

Severity Levels and Descriptions

emergency emergency conditions where the system is unusable -


reserved for vendor-specific, fatal hardware or software
errors that prevents normal system operation and causes
reporting system to reboot
(severity level = 0)
alert conditions where immediate action is needed - a serious
failure which causes the reporting system to reboot but is
not caused by hardware or software malfunctioning
(severity level = 1)
critical critical conditions - a serious failure that requires
immediate attention and prevents the device from
transmitting data but the system could recover without
rebooting
(severity level = 2)

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error error conditions - a failure occurred that could interrupt


the normal data flow
(severity level = 3)
warnings warning conditions - a failure occurred that could
interrupt the normal data flow
(severity level = 4)
notice normal but significant conditions - an event of
importance occurred which is not a failure
(severity level = 5)
information informational descriptive system messages - an
unimportant event, which could be helpful for tracing
normal operations
(severity level = 6)
debug debugging messages
(severity level = 7)
default set all the severity level to default

Logging Location Options

local log messages for the report go to local-nonvolatile


memory (NVRAM)
local-syslog log messages for the report go to local NVRAM and the
SYSLOG server
local-trap log messages for the report go to local NVRAM. SNMP
traps are also sent to an SNMP manager
local-trap-syslog log messages for the report go to local NVRAM and a
SYSLOG server - SNMP traps are also sent to an SNMP
manager
all-clear unsets all logging locations for the report
all-set sets all logging locations for the report

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Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show logging reporting

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show logging syslog


The show logging syslog command displays a counter of the total number of log
messages sent to the SYSLOG server and the number of messages dropped if a
logging threshold has been exceeded. The following is an example of typical screen
output from the show logging syslog command:

Syslog Messages Sent: 654


Syslog Messages Dropped due to throttling: 0

The following information is displayed:

Syslog Messages Sent: the number of log messages logged


to the SYSLOG server
Syslog Messages Dropped due to throttling: the number of log messages that
were to be logged to the SYSLOG
server but were discarded because
the threshold set with the logging
rate-limit command was exceeded

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show logging syslog

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show macro
The show macro command lists all configured macros on the BSR.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show macro [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show macro [ | {count | count-only}}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show memory
The show memory command displays the memory content of the starting address.
Use the show memory command to view information about memory available after
the system image decompresses and loads. The following is an example of typical
screen output from the show memory command with the fastpath argument:

Fast Path memory usage as follows:

Category # Of Bytes
-------- ----------

Buffer Manager L2 Cam Total size : 1559084


Buffer Manager L2 CAM mapping table size : 1245232
Buffer Manager L2 CAM hash table size : 2040
Buffer Manager L2 CAM MAC address tables size : 311808
Buffer Manager L2 CAM Miscellaneous size : 4
Flow Classification Total size : 5127504
Icmp Filter FC mapping/hashing table size : 52
Policy FC mapping/hashing table size : 144
Flow Classification CAM/SRAM mapping table size : 5127304
Flow Classification Miscellaneous size : 4
Unicast Routing Total size : 12630540
Unicast Routing local route mapping : 49152
Unicast Routing LME/SRAM mapping table size : 12581384

Total : 19317128

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The following is an example of typical screen output from the show memory
command with the information argument:

FREE LIST:
num addr size
--- ---------- ----------
1 0x6ea6718 72
2 0x6ee8248 32
3 0x6ea67e0 40
4 0x6ee8d60 32
5 0x6ea6a10 40
6 0x6ea6960 24

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show memory [<address> <1-4294967295> | byte | end <address> | long | short ] [
fastpath [brief] ] [ information [brief] [slot <NUM>] ] [ | {begin | exclude |
include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show memory [<address> <1-4294967295> | byte | end <address> | long | short ] [
fastpath [brief] ] [ information [brief] [slot <NUM>] ] [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

address the starting memory address expressed in


hexadecimal notation
1-4294967295 the number of bytes to dump
byte display in byte format
end the ending memory address expressed in
hexadecimal notation
long display in long format

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short display in short format


fastpath the number of bytes used to program the
HSIM FastPath
brief display only the summary
information displays free memory statistics and a
summary of memory usage
slot displays free memory statistics and a
summary of memory usage for a specified
slot in the BSR chassis
NUM the BSR slot number
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

Command Default
32 bit

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show network-clocks
The show network-clocks command displays the network clock configuration. The
following is an example of typical screen output from the show network-clocks
command:

Priority 1 clock source: Reference not configured


Priority 2 clock source: Reference not configured

Current clock status: Out of Range Unlocked Free-running


Non-revertive mode selected

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show network-clocks

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show patches-installed
The show patches-installed command displays all slots in the BSR chassis that have
patches installed and descriptions of these patches. The show patches-installed slot
command displays only the names of the patches on a particular slot and the
timestamp for when the patch was installed on that slot.
The following is an example of typical screen output from the show
patches-installed command:

Slot Patch File Description


0 patch_cq40400 CQ40400 Patch Text File
0 patch_cq40420 CQ40400 Patch Text File
7 patch_cq40400 CQ40400 Patch Text File
7 patch_cq40420 CQ40400 Patch Text File
14 patch_cq40400 CQ40400 Patch Text File
14 patch_cq40420 CQ40400 Patch Text File
15 patch_cq40420 CQ40400 Patch Text File

The following is an example of typical screen output from the show


patches-installed slot command:

Slot 14
patch_cq40400 Installed on 04/30 at 12:06:59

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


show patches-installed [slot <NUM>]

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Command Syntax

slot NUM The BSR slot number.

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show pool
The show pool command displays information on data buffering including all
memory buffer pools, application-specific pools, the network pool, system physical
structures, and all mBuf pool names. The following is an example of typical screen
output from the show pool command:

Statistics for pool: network


number of FREE mbufs: 38271
number of mbufs: 38272
number of times failed to find space: 0
number of times waited for space: 0
number of times drained protocols for space: 0
high water mark: 9
__________________
CLUSTER POOL TABLE
_____________________________________________________
size clusters free usage highwater mark
-----------------------------------------------------
64 16384 16383 44153 6
128 32768 32768 22520 2
256 4096 4096 64 1
512 2048 2048 25 1
1024 2048 2048 647 3
2048 512 512 0 0
-----------------------------------------------------

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show pool [<WORD> | all | application | icp | names | network | system ] [ |
{begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show pool [<WORD> | all | application | icp | names | network | system ] [ |
{count | count-only}]

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Command Syntax

WORD the name of the buffer pool


all view all memory buffer pools
application view all application-specific pools
icp view chassis control messages in the ICP pool
names view the network pool where network data
transfer information for the stack is located
network view the network pool where network data
transfer information for the stack is located
system view system pool physical structures such as
the number of sockets, routes, interface
addresses, PCB, and multicast addresses
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show process
The show process command displays information about software processes that are
running on the router. The following is an example of typical screen output from the
show process command:

All CPU accounting is approximate, there are 103 ticks per second

NAME TID PRI total % (ticks) delta % (ticks)


-------- ------- --- ------------------ ------------------
tExcTask f7fbb60 0 000.00%( 8 000.00%( 0)
TaskMon 7925f38 1 000.00%( 12 000.00%( 0)
ctrlMon 7928958 2 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)
tPCCARD f69d078 20 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)
BgpTask 6a566e0 30 000.01%( 68 000.00%( 0)
DiagTask 76af6b0 30 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)
DvmrpTask 609d888 30 000.00%( 2 000.00%( 0)
EventMgr b17caf8 30 000.00%( 8 000.00%( 0)
FpMsgHndlr 9118668 30 000.00%( 32 000.00%( 0)
IcpTask a29e4d8 30 000.11%( 1289 000.10%( 2)
OspfTask 637da80 30 000.02%( 203 000.00%( 0)
PimTask 61afd80 30 000.00%( 8 000.00%( 0)
SntpTask 76a9a68 30 000.00%( 2 000.00%( 0)
SonetBoardAP 76b20d0 30 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)
SonetTimingT 76b4af0 30 000.00%( 12 000.00%( 0)
StatsMgrTask ae05e80 30 000.00%( 13 000.00%( 0)
VrrpTask 79ba698 30 000.00%( 27 000.05%( 1)
fanStatus 76ac558 30 000.18%( 2173 000.25%( 5)

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

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Command Line Usage


show process [cpu | memory | msg-q-info | semaphores | stack] [ | {begin | exclude
| include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show process [cpu | memory | msg-q-info | semaphores | stack] [ | {count |
count-only}]

Command Syntax

cpu cpu utilization by each process


memory memory information per process
msg-q-info information about current message queues
semaphores display state of semaphore(s)
stack process stack usage and interrupt routines,
including the reason for the last system reboot
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show process cpu


The show process cpu command displays detailed CPU usage statistics for active
SRM and CMTS modules in the BSR 64000 chassis. The module type (for example:
2x8 CMTS slot <NUM>) is displayed along with the CPU usage statistics for that
module. For HSIM modules, the module sub type (for example: Sub Type: SMGE)
is displayed.

Note: CPU usage statistics for HSIM or standby SRM modules will not be
displayed using this command.

The following is an example of typical screen output from the show process cpu
command:

Slot: 4 Module Type: 2x8 CMTS

All CPU accounting is approximate, there are 503 ticks per second

NAME TID PRI total % (ticks) delta % (ticks)


-------- ------- --- ------------------ ------------------
tExcTask fbfd6d8 0 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)
TaskMon eea6498 1 000.00%( 119 000.00%( 119)
tShell eee0168 1 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)
ctrlMon eea8eb8 2 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)
tKADEBUG 8b8c720 2 000.00%( 32 000.00%( 32)
tWdbTask eee2388 3 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)
DiagTask ec0acd0 30 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)
EventMgr f081f78 30 000.00%( 9 000.00%( 9)
tCmdHdlQ ee72b60 30 000.00%( 38 000.00%( 38)
tRdnCollectT 8d65288 30 000.03%( 1516 000.03%( 1516)
tRdnReportTa 8d638f8 30 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)
tRmIomLedTas 8d6b888 30 000.00%( 50 000.00%( 50)
tUbs c4d1598 40 004.31%( 260069 004.31%( 260069)
redMonitorTa ec08248 50 000.00%( 268 000.00%( 268)
redSyncTask a7ea9f8 50 000.15%( 9299 000.15%( 9299)
tFtpdTask f077380 55 000.00%( 0 000.00%( 0)

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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show process cpu [frequency <30-200> | restart | slot <NUM> | stop] [ | {begin |
exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show process cpu [frequency <30-200> | restart | slot <NUM> | stop] [ | {count |
count-only}]

Command Syntax

frequency 30-200 how many times per second a CPU statistic


measurement is taken in 30-200 Hz
restart restart the utilization measurement process on
any or all slots containing a CMTS or active
SRM

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slot NUM displays detailed CPU usage statistics for a


CMTS or SRM module specified by the
module’s slot number (0-15)

Note: CPU usage statistics are not displayed


for a standby NIM or standby SRM module

if the specified slot is an HSIM module, the


following message displays:

This command does NOT accept


HSIM slot

if the specified slot does not contain a


module, the following message displays:

No data available for slot


<NUM>

stop stops the utilization measurement process


| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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Command Default
frequency = 60 Hz

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show process memory


The show process memory command displays per process memory usage
information about software processes that are running on the BSR. The following
screen output is displayed:
NAME TID STATUS Memory Requested Overhead HW mark
--------------- --------- -------- --------- --------- --------- ---------
tRootTask bfffdf8 61713912 61706523 7389 61713936
tShell aeea888 PEND 3248 2981 267 3248
ctrlMon aeb20e8 PEND 152 128 24 152
tCmdHdlQ ae92450 READY 3712 3548 164 14016
tLogTask aeb7308 PEND+T 136 108 28 136
DiagTask ac2fd28 PEND 1928 1856 72 1928
redMonitorTask ac2d2a0 DELAY 379008 378976 32 379008
redSyncMsgTask ac2c018 DELAY 380664 380584 80 380664
redIcpTask ac2ad90 PEND 380696 380600 96 380696
redSTSIHTask ac28a70 PEND 48 32 16 48
IcpTask ac42d78 READY 65832 65772 60 74528
tEVTA ac3d3f0 PEND 2952 2920 32 4440
StatsMgrTask ac32dd8 PEND+T 528 464 64 528
tUpc aafe4d0 PEND 1680 1616 64 12520
fpgaDsTask 908f280 READY 48 32 16 48
tDftTask 908a570 DELAY 48 32 16 48
tArdTim 8583fb8 DELAY 48 32 16 48
dpsDsTask 8582b00 PEND 104 60 44 16144
resMgrTask 853e440 PEND 22240 22072 168 22768
tSftTask 853c088 PEND 48 32 16 48
tUbs 8446a40 READY 563368 562880 488 563896
tMcns2 8436000 PEND 48 32 16 48
tMacTask 842a5c0 READY 34793632 34792500 1132 34795744
rdnBpiMain 843e7b8 PEND+T 4048960 4048228 732 4048960
tMcnsLogTask 8434de0 PEND 6344 6284 60 6344
tRcyc 84223a0 READY 352 288 64 352
tCmacStats 8420180 PEND 262440 262368 72 262440
tSrmReporter 841df60 PEND+T 112 80 32 112
tRLimit 841bd40 DELAY 352 288 64 352
tMacRtr 8419b20 PEND 409352 408640 712 409880
tAccDhcp 8293c48 DELAY 48 32 16 48
tSPA 8292a28 PEND 148232 148188 44 148232
tDra 8286e18 PEND+T 184224 183832 392 185280
tCRA 5c26998 PEND 395976 395784 192 396632
tDownloadTask 5bbc540 PEND 15528 15480 48 15528
tRdb005 5bb1eb0 PEND+T 16352 16216 136 16880
tMcnsTask 842c7e0 READY 56 28 28 56

37 tasks used 103802408 103789516 12892

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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show process memory {<process-id> [ bytes | kilobytes | megabytes ]} |
{<process-name> [ bytes | kilobytes | megabytes ]} | {slot <NUM>} {sorted [bytes |
high-water-mark [bytes | kilobytes | megabytes ] | kilobytes | megabytes | name
[bytes | kilobytes | megabytes ] | no-sort [bytes | kilobytes | megabytes ] | use [bytes
| kilobytes | megabytes ]} [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show process memory {<process-id> [ bytes | kilobytes | megabytes ]} |
{<process-name> [ bytes | kilobytes | megabytes ]} | {slot <NUM>} {sorted [bytes |
high-water-mark [bytes | kilobytes | megabytes ] | kilobytes | megabytes | name
[bytes | kilobytes | megabytes ] | no-sort [bytes | kilobytes | megabytes ] | use [bytes
| kilobytes | megabytes ]} [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

process-id A process identifier in hexadecimal format


bytes Display total sizes in bytes
kilobytes Display total sizes in kilobytes
megabytes Display total sizes in megabytes
process-name The alphanumeric process name up to 15
characters
slot NUM Displays detailed memory usage statistics for
a CMTS module specified by the module’s
slot number
sorted Display sorted memory information for all
processes
high-water-mark Sort by maximum memory used

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name Sort by name


no-sort Display the first memory request order
use Sort by memory used now
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

Command Defaults
All display output is shown in bytes
Sorting is disabled

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show process msg-q-info


The show process msg-q-info command displays information about current message
queues.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show process msg-q-info [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show process msg-q-info [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show process semaphores


The show process semaphores command creates a message when an attempt to
unlock a semaphore when it is already unlocked. The following is an example of
typical screen output from the show process semaphores command:

B - Binary, M - Mutex, C - Counting, O - Old


* - new from last show

Creator Id(Hex) Type/sub Queue #Pend State Blocked-Task TIMEOUT


------------ -------- ----------- ----- ----- ---------- ------------ -------
tRootTask ef1808 B-ShowSem FIFO 0 FULL
tRootTask c724b0 B-Init PRIOR 0 FULL
tRootTask c7258c M-Init PRIOR 0 OWNER:NONE
tRootTask ec02d8 M-Spl PRIOR 0 OWNER:NONE
tRootTask ec1c64 B-Mux PRIOR 0 FULL
tRootTask ec26e8 B-NetBuf PRIOR 0 EMPTY
tRootTask ec2708 B-NetBuf PRIOR 0 EMPTY
tRootTask ec2728 B-NetTask PRIOR 1 EMPTY tNetTask 5
tRootTask ec9f98 M-PppHook PRIOR 0 OWNER:NONE
tRootTask eca058 M-PppSecret PRIOR 0 OWNER:NONE
tRootTask eca69c M-Evt PRIOR 0 OWNER:NONE
tRootTask eca6bc M-Evt PRIOR 0 OWNER:NONE
tRootTask eca6d8 M-Evt PRIOR 0 OWNER:NONE
tRootTask eca6f8 M-Evt PRIOR 0 OWNER:NONE
tLogTask eca7c4 M-LogCtrl PRIOR 0 OWNER:NONE
tRootTask eeb7b8 B-Icp FIFO 0 FULL
tRootTask eeb7dc M-FIO PRIOR 0 OWNER:NONE
tRootTask ef14f8 B-MemCheck FIFO 0 FULL

Group Access
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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show process semaphores [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show process semaphores [ | {count | count-only}]

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Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show process stack


The show process stack command monitors the stack utilization of processes and
interrupt routines. The following is an example of typical screen output from the show
process stack command:

NAME ENTRY TID SIZE CUR HIGH MARGIN


------------ ------------ -------- ----- ----- ----- ------
tExcTask excTask f7fbb60 7976 248 1520 6456
TaskMon 0x000089987c 7925f38 10224 1112 1288 8936
ctrlMon ctrlKeyTask 7928958 10224 208 2040 8184
tPCCARD pcd f69d078 3984 216 280 3704
tLogTask logTask f6a3ba8 20456 464 5512 14944
EventMgr EventMgrMain b17caf8 15336 216 5272 10064
tRtmMgrTask RtmMgrTask ae850e8 10216 256 3232 6984
tNetTask netTask ae2eb38 19976 336 5264 14712
igmpTask igmpTask ae29af8 19976 296 2128 17848
StatsMgrTask statsMgrTask ae05e80 10216 272 2104 8112
statsMgrIcp statsMgrIcpT a82eb80 10216 232 2120 8096
tEvtHdlr 0x000081103c a6898c0 10216 728 4520 5696
IcpTask IcpTask a29e4d8 10224 296 4416 5808
tEVTM 0x00000b4b00 a27d508 32752 320 4312 28440
tEVTA 0x00000b4d00 a2752e8 32752 320 2288 30464
tDRM drm_main a2633d0 10224 544 3592 6632
tCRM crmTaskMain a2609b0 32752 2216 6576 26176
tCsm CsmMain 963bcc8 16368 1696 4848 11520
tRM_elect RM_election_ 9634750 40936 168 2184 38752
tDownloadTas DownloadTask 919c498 10216 248 3216 7000
tRM_sm RM_sm 917f278 40944 584 20112 20832

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show process stack [ procID | procName ] [ | {begin | exclude | include}
{<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show process stack [ procID | procName ] [ | {count | count-only}]

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Command Syntax

procID process identifier in decimal or hexadecimal


format (0x is required)
procName the name of the process
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show redundancy
The show redundancy command displays the BSR redundancy configuration for all
modules in the BSR chassis. The following information is displayed:

Slot the slots configured for redundancy


Sub Type the type of module installed in the slot
Slot Status indicates whether the module is in the RUN
(active) state or stby (standby) state - the
stby state indicates that the module is ready to
accept a switch-over for another slot
Red Slot the redundant slot providing redundancy
protection for this slot
Primary Slot the context in which this module slot is
active:
• when a primary module slot is active, the
slot number indicated is the same as a
primary module slot
• when a standby module slot is active, the
primary slot for which the standby module
is running is indicated
Logging Status full indicates that TX32 information has been
fully replicated to the Standby TX32 module
for this slot

inactive indicates that the TX32 is not


running or has no redundant slot to which to
replicate.

partial indicates that replication is currently


underway - a TX32 cannot be forced to
switchover until it has completed replication.
If a failure occurs in this situation,
auto-takeover will still takeover - only
manual takeover will not work.

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Manual Takeovers the number of operator-requested takeovers


Auto-takeovers the number of takeovers prompted by a TX32
module failure, reset, or de-insertion - each
takeover count represents the number of times
that a slot has been taken over
Unavailable Time the time in dd:mm:ss since the last chassis
boot when the Primary TX32 Module was not
active and the Standby TX32 Module did not
takeover for it
Time Since Failover the time in dd:mm:ss since the Standby TX32
Module has taken over for the Primary TX32
Module
PLL the status of the phase lock loop between the
CMTS 2:8 and the TX32

The following is an example of typical screen output from the show redundancy
command:

Pri- Manual Auto Time


Sub Slot Red mary Logging Take- Take- Unavail Since PLL
Slot Type Status Slot Slot Status overs overs Time Failover

2 2x8E(2.0)RUN - 2 inactive 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Ok


3 TX32 RUN 4 3 full 0 1 0:06:14 5:37:03 Ok
4 TX32 stby - - inactive 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Ok
5 TX32 RUN 4 5 full 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Ok
6 2x8(2.0) stby - - inactive 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Ok
7 SRM3 RUN 8 7 NA 0 0 NA 0:00:00 n/a
8 SRM3 stby - 7 NA 0 0 NA 0:00:00 n/a
9 2x8(2.0) RUN - 9 inactive 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Loss
10 2x8 RUN 6 10 full 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Ok
11 2x8(2.0) RUN 6 11 full 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Ok
12 2x8(2.0) RUN 6 12 full 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Ok
13 2x8(2.0) RUN 6 13 full 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Ok

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Group Access
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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show redundancy [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show redundancy [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show redundancy cmts


The show redundancy cmts command displays the BSR 64000 redundancy
configuration for CMTS modules in the BSR 64000 chassis. The following
information is displayed:

CMTS Slot the CMTS slots configured for CMTS


redundancy
Sub Type the type of CMTS module installed in the
slot- either 2x8, or 2x8(2.0)
Slot Status indicates whether the module is in the RUN
(active) state or stby (standby) state - the
stby state indicates that the module is ready to
accept a switch-over from another slot
Red Slot the redundant slot to which this chassis slot
switches over
Primary Slot the context in which this Primary CMTS
module slot is active - the chassis slot number
is the same as a Primary CMTS module slot
when a Primary CMTS module slot is active
and when the Standby CMTS module slot is
active, the Primary slot for which it is running
is indicated

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Logging Status full indicates that CMTS information has


been fully replicated to the Standby CMTS
module for this slot

inactive indicates that the CMTS is not


running or has no redundant slot to which to
replicate.

partial indicates that replication is currently


underway - a CMTS cannot be forced to
switchover until it has completed replication.
If a failure occurs in this situation,
auto-takeover will still takeover - only
manual takeover will not work.
Manual Takeovers the number of operator-requested takeovers
Auto-takeovers the number of takeovers prompted by a
CMTS module failure, reset, or de-insertion -
each takeover count represents the number of
times that a slot has been taken over for (For
example, the takeover counts for slot 3 gives
the number of times that slot 6 (Standby
CMTS Module) has taken over for slot 3 - the
takeover counts for slot 6 give the number of
givebacks from slot 6)
Unavailable Time the time in dd:mm:ss since the last chassis
boot when the Primary CMTS Module was
not active and the Standby CMTS Module did
not takeover for it
Time Since Failover the time in dd:mm:ss since the Standby
CMTS Module has taken over for the Primary
CMTS Module

The following is an example of typical screen output from the show redundancy
cmts command:

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Pri- Manual Auto Time


CMTS Sub Slot Red mary Logging Take- Take- Unavail Since
Slot Type Status Slot Slot Status overs overs Time Failover

5 2x8(2.0) boot - 5 inactive 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00


6 2x8 boot - - inactive 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00
9 2x8 boot - 9 inactive 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00

Group Access
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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show redundancy cmts [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show redundancy cmts [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string

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count count the number of outputted lines


count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show redundancy dtx


The show redundancy dtx command displays the BSR redundancy configuration for
TX32 modules in the BSR chassis. The following information is displayed:

DTX Slot the TX32 slots configured for TX32


redundancy
Sub Type the type of TX32 module installed in the slot
Slot Status indicates whether the module is in the RUN
(active) state or stby (standby) state - the
stby state indicates that the module is ready to
accept a switch-over for another slot
Red Slot the redundant slot providing redundancy
protection for this slot
Primary Slot the context in which this Primary TX32
module slot is active:
• when a Primary TX32 module slot is
active, the slot number indicated is the
same as a Primary TX32 module slot
• when a Standby TX32 module slot is
active, the Primary TX32 module slot for
which the Standby TX32 module is
running is indicated

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Logging Status full indicates that TX32 information has been


fully replicated to the Standby TX32 module
for this slot

inactive indicates that the TX32 is not


running or has no redundant slot to which to
replicate.

partial indicates that replication is currently


underway - a TX32 cannot be forced to
switchover until it has completed replication.
If a failure occurs in this situation,
auto-takeover will still takeover - only
manual takeover will not work.
Manual Takeovers the number of operator-requested takeovers
Auto-takeovers the number of takeovers prompted by a TX32
module failure, reset, or de-insertion - each
takeover count represents the number of times
that a slot has been taken over
Unavailable Time the time in dd:mm:ss since the last chassis
boot when the Primary TX32 Module was not
active and the Standby TX32 Module did not
takeover for it
Time Since Failover the time in dd:mm:ss since the Standby TX32
Module has taken over for the Primary TX32
Module
PLL the status of the phase lock loop between the
CMTS 2:8 and the TX32

The following is an example of typical screen output from the show redundancy dtx
command:

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Pri- Manual Auto Time


DTX Sub Slot Red mary Logging Take- Take- Unavail Since PLL
Slot Type Status Slot Slot Status overs overs Time Failover

3 TX32 RUN 4 3 full 0 1 0:06:14 9:36:22 Ok


4 TX32 stby - - inactive 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Ok
5 TX32 RUN 4 5 full 0 0 0:00:00 0:00:00 Ok

Group Access
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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show redundancy dtx [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show redundancy dtx [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show redundancy srm


The show redundancy srm command tracks takeover statistics on the SRM module
in a chassis. When a manual or an automatic takeover occurs, this will be reflected in
the statistics for that SRM module by showing an increase in takeovers for the
respective field on the respective module (the one that was just taken over). The
command displays the SRM module slot number, subtype, status, redundant slot
number, primary slot number, number of manual takeovers, number of automatic
takeovers, and the time since its last failover. The time since failover on a certain
module will display the amount of time since the respective module was last taken
over. The following displays typical screen output for the show redundancy srm
command:

Pri- Manual Auto Time


SRM Sub Slot Red mary Take- Take- Since
Slot Type Status Slot Slot overs overs Failover

7 SRM3 RUN - 7 0 0 0:00:00

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except for User EXEC mode

Command Line Usage


show redundancy srm [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified string
include filter for output that includes the specified string

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WORD the specified string


count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing screen
output

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show reload
The show reload command displays the status of a Hitless Upgrade in progress after a
software reload of all modules in the BSR chassis has been initiated with the reload
switched command.

Last reload reason: power reset


No reload is scheduled

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show reload

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show running-config
The show running-config command displays configuration information currently
running on the BSR.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show running-config [interface [cable <X/Y> ethernet <X/Y> | gigaether <X/Y> | |
pos <X/Y> | loopback <1-255> | tunnel <0-255>]] [ | {begin | exclude | include}
{<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show running-config [interface [cable <X/Y> ethernet <X/Y> | gigaether <X/Y> | |
pos <X/Y> | loopback <1-255> | tunnel <0-255>]] [ | {count | count-only}]
show running-config verbose [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show running-config verbose [ | {count | count-only}]
show running-config security [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count
| count-only}]]
show running-config security [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

interface display running configuration information on all


interfaces or a specific interface card
cable X/Y the CMTS slot and MAC Domain number on the BSR
ethernet X/Y the Ethernet/Fast Ethernet IEEE 802.3 slot and port
number on the BSR
gigaether X/Y the Gigabit Ethernet slot and port number on the BSR
loopback 1-255 the loopback interface number

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pos X/Y the Packet over SONET slot and port number on the
BSR
tunnel 0-255 the tunnel interface number
verbose runs the show running-config command in verbose
mode
security displays security privilege information
Note: the security option is only available to a user
logged in as securityuser - refer to Configuring Cable
Intercepts in the BSR 64000 CMTS Configuration and
Management Guide
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified string
include filter for output that includes the specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing screen
output

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show srm alias


The show srm alias command is used to show the alias name for the SRM module.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show srm alias

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show srm assetid


The show srm assetid command is used to view the asset ID number assigned to the
SRM.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show srm assetid

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show srm serial-num


The show srm serial-num command is used to view the serial number assigned to
your SRM.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show srm serial-num

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show startup-config
The show startup-config command displays the contents of the system startup
configuration file.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


show startup-config [security] [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count
| count-only}]]
show startup-config [security] [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

security displays security privilege information


Note: the security option is only available to
a user logged in as securityuser - refer to
Configuring Cable Intercepts in the BSR
64000 CMTS Configuration and Management
Guide
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string

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count count the number of outputted lines


count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show stats fastpath


The show stats fastpath command allows a user to view various fastpath statistical
information. The following is an example of typical screen output from the show stats
fastpath command:

FastPath Statistics:

IP
----------

Unicast
----------

Packets : 153018
Header errors : 0
Version errors : 0
TTL errors : 0
Checksum errors : 0
Length errors : 0
Protocol errors : 0
Source address errors : 0
Destination address errors : 0
Forwarded packets : 147876
Forwarded tunnel packets : 0
To SRM : 5142
De-encapsulated : 0
Discards : 0
Dropped : 0

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

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Command Line Usage


show stats <NUM> fastpath [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} | {count |
count-only}]
show stats <NUM> fastpath [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

NUM the BSR slot number containing the


HSIM module
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show stats summary error


The show stats summary error command displays FEC error counts and ratios. The
following is an example of typical screen output from the show stats summary error
command:

MAC Address I/F SID CorrFec CorrFec UnCorrFec UnCorrFec


Count Ratio Count Ratio
0008.0e16.e6e2 0/0/U1 2 0 0.00000000 0 0.00000000
0008.0e16.f954 0/0/U1 1 0 0.00000000 0 0.00000000
00e0.0c60.02b4 0/0/U1 3 0 0.00000000 0 0.00000000

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show stats summary error [sid <1-2049> | slot <NUM>]

Command Syntax

sid 1-2049 display cable modem service flow


identifier (SID) Forward Error
Correction (FEC) error counts and
ratios
slot NUM display FEC error counts and ratios
for a particular chassis slot

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show stats xfabric


The show stats xfabric command displays downstream and upstream successfully
transmitted packet counts and dropped or aborted packet counts for the switch fabric.
The following is an example of typical screen output from the show stats xfabric
command:

Downstream
---------
Packet Count : 44907
Drop Count : 0

Upstream
---------
Packet Count : 44907
Abort Count : 0

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show stats <NUM> xfabric

Command Syntax

NUM the BSR slot number

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show system
This show system command displays various operating information for the BSR
64000. The following is an example of typical screen output from the show stats
system command:

Station-ID (mac) Uptime h:m:s


-------------------- -------------
00:30:b8:c6:5c:00 3:49:04

Model Serial # HW SW
--------- ---------- ------------ ----------
BSR 64000 027006554 CHS-0009-01 4.2.0T00P43.H14.KRBU

Module Status Temperature Low High


---------- --------- ----------- ----- -----
SRM (750) ok 25C 77F 0C 65C
SRM (DIMM) ok 29C 84F 0C 65C
SRM (DC2DC) ok 28C 82F 0C 65C
SRM (XFAB) ok 42C 107F 0C 80C
Fan Temp ok 28C 82F 0C 50C

CO Alarm Severity Number Active


------------------- -------------
Critical 0
Major 0
Minor 0

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The following information is provided:

Station-ID a proper indication of which MAC address is


being used for the system and can be either
the SRM7/SRM8 or Chassis MAC ID
Uptime the routing module’s uptime in hh:mm:ss
format - use the show chassis status
command for information on other modules
Model/Serial # Motorola identifiers that can also be retrieved
with the show version command for the
current master SRM

Module temperature and status and the number of each class of alarms are also
displayed.

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Note: The value displayed with the sysUpTime SNMP MIB object and the
"UpTime" field as displayed in the show system command output represent
different system up time values.

The sysUpTime MIB object represents the amount of time that the SNMP
Agent has been running. This is relative to the time that the SNMP Agent was
last restarted. Initially, this will be close to the time that the SRM module last
restarted because the SNMP Agent resides on the SRM module. However, if
the SNMP Agent itself is restarted with the snmp-server shutdown or
snmp-server enable CLI commands, the sysUpTime will be reset to zero.

The "UpTime" value displayed in the show system command output


represents the amount of time that the modules have been running relative to
the last reboot of the chassis or last reset of the modules. These system time
values may be different for each module, even after a reboot of the entire
chassis, because not all modules complete their initialization at the same
time. Also, the system time values will be different if individual modules are
restarted via the CLI or are manually inserted at a later time. However, the
per-module 'UpTime" values displayed in the show system command output
are NOT affected by the snmp-server shutdown and snmp-server enable
commands because these values are relative to the module’s boot time not to
the SNMP Agent’s boot time.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show system [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show system [ | {count | count-only}]

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Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show system alarms


The show system alarms command provides a summary of alarm information for the
entire BSR 64000. The alarm summary display can be filtered according to whether
the alarm is active, critical, major, or minor. The following is an example of typical
screen output from the show stats alarms command:

CO Alarm Severity Number Active


------------------- -------------
Critical 0
Major 0
Minor 0
BSR64K-9:7A#sho sys
BSR64K-9:7A#sho system al
BSR64K-9:7A#sho system alarms
Alarm Summary
Alarms Active Disabled Severity Error
-------------- ------ -------- -------- -----------------------
Power A - - -
Power B - - -
Top Fan - - -
Bot Fan - - -
Fan Temp - - -
Temp 750 - - -
Temp DIMM - - -
Temp DC2DC - - -
Temp XFab - - -
SRM I2C - - -
FAN I2C - x -

The following information is provided:

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

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Alarms the BSR component for which the alarm is


valid:
Power A
Power B
Top Fan
Bot Fan
Temp Fans
Temp 750
Temp DIMM
Temp DC2DC
Temp XFab
SRM I2C
FAN I2C
Active indicates if there is an active alarm per
component - an "x" is present in the Active
column if the current alarm is triggered
Disabled an "x"' is present in the Disabled column if
the current alarm will suppress an audio/
visual event, SYSLOG, and/or SNMP traps
Severity the severity level of the alarm - depending on
severity, the severity column will indicate
"Critical", "Major", or "Minor" matching the
led (s) on the front of the BSR 64000 chassis
Error the Error column is used to display a message
sent to the central alarm component when an
error occurs - two examples of possible error
messages are:
2. "Fan Tray Communication Failed" - upon
FAN I2C failure
3. "General Failure" - for Power A failure
representing a case where a specific
message was not supplied to the
subsystem at the time of the alarm

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Command Line Usage


show system alarms [active | critical | major | minor] [ | {begin | exclude |
include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show system alarms [active | critical | major | minor] [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

active display active alarms


critical display critical alarms
major display major alarms
minor display minor alarms
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show system fans


This show system fans command displays the current state of the fan tray subsystem.
It is used for troubleshooting and operational verification. All alarm events are
indicated with as corresponding error messages. The following is an example of
typical screen output from the show stats fans command:

Fan Tray Alarm Status


GLB: [ 0] Fan Trays Good
Top: [ 0] No Current Alarms
Top: [ 0] All Fans Good
Bot: [ 0] No Current Alarms
Bot: [ 0] All Fans Good

Top Fan Readings:


ROM Rev# = 0x83
Status = [ 00]
Alarm 1 = [ 00]
Status 1 = [ 00]
ThermOff1 = [ 4]
Therm 1 = [ 137] 28C 82F

Fan1Speed = [ 94] 2144rpms


Fan3Speed = [ 95] 2122rpms
Fan4Speed = [ 95] 2122rpms
Buck PWM1 = [ 92]
Buck PWM3 = [ 97]
Buck PWM4 = [ 97]

AckCnt 1 = [ 0]
MaxAckCnt1= [ 255]

SetPnt 1 = [ 0] 0rpms
SetPnt = [ 94] 2144rpms

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

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Command Line Usage


show system fans [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show system fans [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show tacacs
The show tacacs command displays statistics for all TACACS+ servers on the
network including the IP address of the servers, connections, failed connection
attempts, and packets sent and received. If there is more than one TACACS+ server
configured, the command output displays statistics for all servers in the order in which
they were configured. The following is an example of typical screen output from the
show tacacs command:

Tacacs+ Server : 11.14.162.80/49


Number of Sessions: 1
Socket opens: 3
Socket closes: 3
Socket aborts: 0
Socket errors: 0
Socket Timeouts: 0
Failed Connect Attempts: 0
No current connection
Session 1 Statistics
Total Packets Sent: 7
Total Packets Recv: 7
Expected Replies: 0

Note: TACACS+ statistics can also be displayed with the show ip traffic
command.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show tacacs

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show tacacs statistics


The show tacacs statistics command displays overall TACACS+ statistics including
the total number of access (AAA) requests, the number of denied requests, and the
number of allowed requests. The following is an example of typical screen output
from the show tacacs statistics command:

TACACS+ Overall Statistics


Number of access requests : 7
Number of access deny responses : 1
Number of access allow responses: 6

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show tacacs statistics

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show tech
The show tech command displays statistics and log information from the output of
the following technical support related show commands:

■ show chassis status


■ show version
■ show running-config
■ show log
■ show core log
■ show ip traffic
■ show stats xfabric
■ show xfabric status
■ show stats fastpath
■ show stats lcpu
■ show stats gige
■ show stats bmeth
■ show stats feth
■ show controllers cable ds-mac
■ show controllers cable ds-phy
■ show controllers cable
■ show interfaces cable service-class all
■ show process memory
■ show memory information
■ show stats cmts
■ show pool
■ show pool application
■ show process cpu
■ show process memory sorted
■ show process msg-q-info
■ show process semaphores
■ show process stack

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■ show evt
■ show memory fastpath
■ show interfaces
■ show redundancy cmts
■ show cable modem summary
■ show cable modem summary total
■ show bind
■ show packet-cable cops inactive
■ show packet-cable statistics
■ show packet-cable statistics gate cops
■ show l2-cam mac
■ show l2-cam ip
■ show l2-cam label
■ show cable spectrum-group
■ show cable downstream bonding-groups statistics

The display output of the show tech command is a compilation of the above show
commands and can take several minutes to display on the screen. The output can also
be saved to a file for later viewing. For a sample display of the output of the show
tech command, see the individual show commands listed above.
The show tech light version of the show tech command displays information that is
helpful for trouble shooting. The show tech light command displays only dynamic
information. The show tech command displays both dynamic and static information.
Static commands are commands like show running config, show chassis status,
show version and show log and are not included in the display output of the show
tech light command. However, dynamic commands like show stats xfabric and
show memory info are included in the display output of the show tech light
command.

Note: The show tech command output will not display SNMP community
and username or password entries.

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Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show tech [flash: <filename> | light | nvram: <filename>]

Command Syntax

flash: filename output to a file on the Flash memory file


system
light display abbreviated version of the show tech
command - dynamic command information
only
nvram: filename output to a file on the NVRAM file system

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show update
The show update command displays bypassed Resource Manager behaviors or
ongoing or prior upgrade status for each slot on the BSR.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show update {bypass | status} [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count
| count-only}]]
show update {bypass | status} [ | {count | count-only}}]

Command Syntax

bypass display bypassed Resource Manager


behaviors
status display ongoing or prior upgrade
status
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show user-group
The show user-group command displays the group access level for a specific CLI
command. The group access levels are as follows:

SYSADMIN access for users with System Administrator


privileges
ISP access for users with Internet Service
Provider privileges
MSO access for users with Multiple Service
Operator privileges
RESTRICTED access for users with "restricted" privileges
ALL access for all users

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show user-group <WORD>

For example, entering the following:


show user-group password telnet 0 test
would return the following:
The command "password telnet 0 test" is set to SYSADMIN access

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Command Syntax

WORD the command name - the complete command


syntax must be entered otherwise the system
will return an "is not a valid command" error
message

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show users
The show users command displays information about active Telnet sessions including
the username, user group and privilege level, the IP address of the originating host,
and the session ID. The following is an example of typical screen output from the
show users command:

Active connections
user group/privilege origin session
------------------------------------------------------------------
console sysadmin/rw console 0
enabled-user sysadmin/rw 10.14.37.103 1*

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC and Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


show users [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show users [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string

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count count the number of outputted lines


count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show vectron slot


The show vectron slot command displays the version of the Vectron TRU clock/data
recovery chip resident on a specified slot in the BSR chassis. The following is an
example of typical screen output from the show vectron slot command:

Vectron time module version


CL 4/27/2005 *
BL 10/19/2004*
FL 10/19/2004*
GA 10/19/2004*

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show vectron slot <0-15> [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show vectron slot <0-15> [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

0-15 the BSR chassis slot number


| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string

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count count the number of outputted lines


count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show version
The show version command displays the configuration of the system hardware, the
software version, the names and sources of configuration files, and the boot images.
The following is typical screen output from the show version command:

Slot07 Master SRM3 Versions:


Boot ROM: RDN 5.0.0.34 Created: Friday, January 30, 2009 4:05:44 PM EST
System Image: 5.0.0T00P95.HXX.KRAU
Patches:
patch_cq40400
patch_cq40420
Date Built: Fri Apr 24 18:15:47 EDT 2009
CPU: MPC750-MPC8260
Memory Size: 256 MB

The table below describes the displayed fields:

Slot 0-15 The type of module present in the slot such as


2:8 CMTS, 2:8 CMTS (2.0), Gigabit
Ethernet, Supervisory Routing Module
(SRM3 or SRM4), etc.
Boot ROM: The Boot ROM version.
System Image: The current software version running on the
module.
Patches: The patches installed on this BSR module.
Date Built: The date the above version was built.
CPU: The processor type name.
Memory Size: The processor memory size.

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Depending on the module type, the remaining output in each show version display
shows the format version, assembly type, hardware revision, serial, part, and product
numbers, FPGA Version number, and buffer management information.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show version [slot <0-15>] [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show version [slot <0-15>] [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

slot 0-15 The slot number in the BSR 64000 chassis


from which version information is to be
displayed.
| Turns on output modifiers (filters).
begin Filter for output that begins with the specified
string.
exclude Filter for output that excludes the specified
string.
include Filter for output that includes the specified
string.
WORD The specified string.
count Count the number of outputted lines.
count-only Count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output.

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show xfabric
The show xfabric command displays keepalive status and configuration information
for all switch fabric keepalives and the status of all operational slots.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show xfabric {keepalive | status} [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ |
{count | count-only}]]
show xfabric {keepalive | status} [ | {count | count-only}}]

Command Syntax

keepalive display the switch fabric keepalive


configuration
status display status of operational slots
| turns on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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The following is an example of typical screen output from the show xfabric
keepalive command:

Status : xfabric keepalive enabled


: icp keepalive enabled
Features : xfabric(monitor, 880-recover, slot-recover, cmts-rebind)
: icp(monitor, slot-reset )
Thresholds: xfabric (monitor 3, 880-recover 10, slot-recover 60, cmts-rebind 5)
: icp (monitor 10, slot-reset 10)

Keepalive Retransmit Counts:


Slot xfabric ICP
----------------------
1 : 1 0

The following is an example of typical screen output from the show xfabric status
command:

Slot Sync Status


1 normal ok
14 normal ok
10 normal ok
0 normal ok
15 normal ok
7 normal ok

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slot
The slot command enters Slot Configuration mode for a specified BSR slot from
Global Configuration mode. To return to Global Configuration mode, use the end
command.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


slot <NUM>

Command Syntax

NUM the specified BSR slot number

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speed
The speed command specifies the speed at which the Ethernet interface operates. The
default speed is auto-negotiated but the speed can be manually set to either 10 Mbps
or 100 Mbps.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration (Ethernet interface only)

Command Line Usage


speed {100 | 10 | auto}
no speed {100 | 10 | auto}

Command Syntax

100 100 Mbps


10 10 Mbps
auto autonegotiate the connection speed (100
Mbps or 10 Mbps) with the device at the other
end of the physical connection.

Command Default
Auto negotiation enabled

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srm alias
The srm alias command is used to configure an alias name for the SRM module.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


srm alias <string>

Command Syntax

string the SRM alias name - enclose the


alias name within quotation marks if
the string contains spaces

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srm assetid
The srm assetid command is used to configure your organization’s asset ID number
that is assigned to the SRM module.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


srm assetid <string>

Command Syntax

string the SRM alias name - enclose the


alias name within quotation marks if
the string contains spaces

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srm assetid
The srm assetid command is used to configure your organization’s asset ID number
that is assigned to the SRM module.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


srm assetid <string>

Command Syntax

string the SRM asset ID number - enclose


the alias name within quotation
marks if the string contains spaces

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sync file
The sync file command synchronizes all files stored in Flash memory or NVRAM
between an Active SRM and a Standby SRM including the startup and running
configuration files.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


sync file {flash: | nvram:}

Command Syntax

flash: synchronize files from Flash memory


nvram: synchronize files from NVRAM

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Release 5.2.1 System Administration Commands

system temperature-threshold
The system temperature-threshold command sets temperature threshold values that
are retained between reboots of the chassis.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


system temperature-threshold low <num>
system temperature-threshold {high srm {750 | dimm | dc2dc | xfab} | high fan}
<num>
system temperature-threshold default [srm | fan]

Command Syntax

low set the minimum system temperature


high srm set the maximum temperature a the SRM module component
750 set the maximum temperature for the SRM module 750 component
dimm set the maximum temperature for the SRM module dimm
component
dc2dc set the maximum temperature for the SRM module dc2dc
component
xfab set the maximum temperature for the SRM module xfab component
high fan set the maximum temperature for the fan tray
<num> temperature value (low or high), in degrees Celsius
default set the minimum and maximum temperature values to the defaults

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Command Defaults
low = 0C
high srm 750 = 65C
high srm dimm = 65C
high srm dc2dc = 65C
high srm xfab = 80C
high fan = 50C

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tacacs reset-connections
The tacacs reset-connections command is used to reset all the TACACS+ server
connections and associated sessions. After reset, all connections will be
re-established. The tacacs reset-connections command is useful to initiate a reset and
re-establish the existing connections after making any connection-specific
configuration changes.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


tacacs reset-connections

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tacacs-server host
The tacacs-server host command is used to specify and configure individual
TACACS+ servers. The command can also be used to configure multiple TACACS+
servers. The TACACS+ client will contact the servers in the order in which they are
specified.The no tacacs-server host command removes a TACACS+ server from the
list.

Note: Since the key, port, retry, and timeout parameters specified with the
tacacs-server host command override any global settings made by the
tacacs-server key, tacacs-server port, tacacs-server retry, and
tacacs-server timeout commands, the tacacs-server host command can be
used to enhance network security by uniquely configuring individual
TACACS+ servers.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


tacacs-server host {<hostname> | <A.B.C.D>} [key <WORD> | port <0-65535>|
retry <0-100> | single-connection | timeout <1-1000>]
no tacacs-server host [<hostname> | <A.B.C.D>]

Command Syntax

key WORD specifies an authentication and encryption


key - specifying a key with this command
overrides the global key specified by the
tacacs-server key command for this
TACACS+ server only
port 0-65535 specifies a server port number - this value
overrides the global port number value set
with the tacacs-server port command for this
TACACS+ server only

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retry 0-100 specifies a retry value - this value overrides


the global retry value set with the
tacacs-server retry command for this
TACACS+ server only
single-connection opens a new TCP connection for every
TACACS session established
timeout 1-1000 specifies a timeout value in seconds - this
value overrides the global timeout value set
with the tacacs-server timeout command for
this TACACS+ server only

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tacacs-server key
The tacacs-server key command is used to specify a global authentication encryption
key used for all TACACS+ communications between the TACACS+ client and the
TACACS+ server. A global encryption key is used if no encryption key is specifically
configured for this TACACS+ server. The no tacacs-server key disables
authentication encryption.

Note: The key entered must match the key used on the TACACS+ server. All
leading spaces are ignored; spaces within and at the end of the key are not. If
spaces are used within the key, the key should not be enclosed in quotation
marks unless the quotation marks themselves are part of the key.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


tacacs-server key <WORD>
no tacacs-server key

Command Syntax

WORD specifies an authentication and encryption


key - this key must match the key used by the
TACACS+ server and is limited to 127
characters

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tacacs-server port
The tacacs-server port command to specify a global port number for all
communication between the TACACS+ server and the TACACS client. A global port
number is used if no port number is specifically configured for this TACACS+ server.
The no tacacs-server port command restores the default port number value of 49.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


tacacs-server port <0-65536>
no tacacs-server port

Command Syntax

0-65536 specifies the global port number used for all


communication between the TACACS+
server and the TACACS client.

Command Default
49

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tacacs-server retry
The tacacs-server retry command is used to globally specify a retry count for all
TACACS+ servers. A global retry count is used if no retry count is specifically
configured for this TACACS+ server. The no tacacs-server retry command restores
the global default value of 3 retries.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


tacacs-server retry <0-100>
no tacacs-server retry

Command Syntax

0-100 the retry count

Command Default
3 retries

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tacacs-server timeout
The tacacs-server timeout command is used to specify a global timeout interval for
all TACACS+ servers. A global timeout value is used if no timeout value is
specifically configured for this TACACS+ server. The no tacacs-server timeout
command restores the global default timeout value or specifies another value.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


tacacs-server timeout <1-1000>
no tacacs-server timeout [<1-1000>]

Command Syntax

1-1000 timeout value in seconds.

Command Default
10 seconds

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telnet
The telnet command establishes a telnet connection between the BSR and a remote
system.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


telnet {<A.B.C.D> | <WORD>} [<0-65535>]

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D the IP address of the remote system


WORD the hostname of the remote system
0-65535 the destination port of the remote system

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telnet authentication radius


The telnet authentication radius command enables RADIUS authentication for
telnet access. The no telnet authentication radius command disables this feature.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


telnet authentication radius [ fail-message <LINE> | local-password ]
no telnet authentication radius [ fail-message | local-password ]

Command Syntax

fail-message LINE specify message to display for a failed login/


authentication
local-password authenticate with a locally configured
password if there is no response from the
RADIUS server

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telnet session-limit
The telnet session-limit command specifies a limit on the number of concurrent
telnet sessions allowed to the BSR. Setting the session-limit to "0" will disallow any
telnet sessions from being accepted. Setting a session-limit value will not affect any
currently open telnet sessions.
The no telnet session-limit command restores the default session limit of 16
concurrent telnet sessions.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


telnet session-limit <0-16>
no telnet session-limit [<0-16>]

Command Syntax

0-16 the telnet session limit number

Command Default
16

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update bypass
The update bypass command bypasses specified Resource Manager behaviors.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC and Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


update bypass {all | boot | download | format | reset} [<0-15>]
no update bypass {all | boot | download | format | reset} [<0-15>]

Command Syntax

all bypass all configurable behaviors


boot bypass boot command to daughter card
download bypass behavior for default and forced
download
format bypass slot format - causes the spare SRM to
format the target boot device before receiving
a new application image
reset bypass slot reset
0-15 slot number of the BSR 64000 chassis

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update chassis
The update chassis command allows a runtime upgrade of the BSR 64000 I/O
module bootrom, the FPGA, and applications.

Note: Using the update chassis command may result in an audible loss of
voice-over-IP data for up to 20 seconds

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC and Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


update chassis {flash: <filename> | ftp:<filename> | nvram: <filename>| tftp:
<filename>} [reload]

Command Syntax

flash: upgrade from archive in flash:


ftp: copy to nvram: and upgrade
nvram: upgrade from archive in nvram:
tftp: copy to nvram: and upgrade
filename filename of the boot image stored in flash,
NVRAM, or an FTP or TFTP server
reload set bootfile and perform reload

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update slot
The update slot command allows a user to perform a runtime upgrade of a Boot
ROM on a single module with a single command instead of having to use the
additional upgrade steps necessary when using the update bypass all command.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC and Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


update slot <NUM> {all | app | boot | fpga} [flash: | nvram:]

Note: Entering the update slot command without specifying a boot image
initiates an update from the boot system image. Otherwise, the update slot
command attempts the specified upgrade type (all, app, boot, or fpga) using
the specified boot image.

Command Syntax

NUM the slot number for a module installed in the


BSR chassis
all upgrade all updates
app upgrade application
boot upgrade boot image
fpga upgrade FPGA(s)
flash: <boot image> upgrade from archive in the Flash memory
file system
nvram: <boot image> upgrade from archive in the NVRAM file
system

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username
The username command establishes a login authentication system based on a
username.
Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


username <WORD> password [ 0 | 7 ]<WORD>
username <WORD> nopassword

Command Syntax

WORD the username, up to 16 characters


nopassword no password is required for the user
to log in
password specify a password for the user (31
character maximum) - enclosed with
double quotes if the key contains
spaces). The "%" and "!" characters
must not be used.
0 specifies an UNENCRYPTED
password
7 specifies a HIDDEN password will
follow
WORD the UNENCRYPTED (cleartext)
user password (31 character
maximum) - enclosed with double
quotes if the key contains spaces).
The "%" and "!" characters must not
be used.

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Note: Refer to Defining a User Name with an Encrypted Password in the


BSR 64000 Configuration and Management Guide for Release 3.1 for details
on encrypting passwords.

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username privilege
The username privilege command sets a privilege level for a user.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


username <WORD> privilege {ro | rw}

Command Syntax

WORD the username, up to 16 characters


privilege the user privilege level
ro read-only privilege
rw read and write privilege

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username user-group
The username user-group command assigns a user to a user group. The no
username user-group command removes a user from a user group.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


username <WORD> user-group {isp <1-1> | mso | restricted | sysadmin}
no username <WORD> user-group {isp <1-1> | mso | restricted | sysadmin}

Command Syntax

WORD the username, up to 16 characters


user-group assigns the user group name
isp provides this user access to most CLI
commands including routing
commands but excluding cable
commands
1-1 the number of the virtual ISP
mso provides this user access to most CLI
commands including cable
commands but excluding routing
commands
restricted only provides this user access to CLI
commands with a designated
privilege level of "restricted" as
defined with the privilege restricted
CLI command.
sysadmin provides this user access to all CLI
commands

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xfabric keepalive
The xfabric keepalive command enables the switch fabric keepalive timer and
specifies the type of system reaction in the event of a switch fabric failure. The no
xfabric keepalive command disables the switch fabric keepalive timer.

Note: Motorola recommends always enabling the xfabric keepalive


slot-recover command and copying the running configuration to the startup
configuration. This causes the BSR to reset a slot which fails to respond to a
1-second switch fabric keepalive message for 10 consecutive intervals. If for
any reason a customer's configuration or traffic level results in undesirably
frequent slot resets, the threshold number of intervals can be increased to
<1-255> intervals with the xfabric keepalive slot-recover threshold
<1-255> command.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


xfabric keepalive { 880-recover | cmts-rebind | hsim-warmstart | monitor |
slot-recover} [threshold <1-255>]
no xfabric keepalive [880-recover | cmts-rebind | monitor | slot-recover ]
[threshold]
no xfabric keepalive threshold

Command Syntax

880-recover initiate 880-recover if switch fabric is not


operational
cmts-rebind rebind all CMTS modules to available HSIM
modules if the data path is not operational
hsim-warmstart initiate HSIM warmstart if the data path is
not operational

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monitor system logger notification only


slot-recover initiate a slot recovery reset if the switch
fabric is not operational
threshold 1-255 configures the number of 2.5 second timeouts
until an action is taken
threshold restores the default threshold value for the no
xfabric keepalive 880-recover,
cmts-rebind, hsim-warmstart, monitor,
and slot-recover commands - the no xfabric
keepalive threshold command restores all
default threshold values

Command Defaults

880-recover Disabled
cmts-rebind Disabled
hsim-warmstart Disabled
monitor Disabled
slot-recover Disabled
880-recover threshold 5
cmts-rebind threshold 15
hsim-warmstart threshold 10
monitor threshold 10
slot-recover threshold 60

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2
IP Commands

Introduction
This chapter describes the following types of commands for the BSR:
Interface commands not associated with a specific protocol can be used to configure
interface features with any device on the network.
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) commands handle
network communications between network nodes. This includes network addressing
information, control information that enables packets to be routed, and reliable
transmission of data.
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) commands map IP addresses to physical
hardware addresses. An ARP cache is used to maintain a correlation between each
MAC address and its corresponding IP address.
Domain Name System (DNS) commands are used to dynamically map hostnames to
IP addresses and to control Internet routing information. Lists of domain names and
IP addresses are distributed throughout the Internet by DNS servers.
Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) commands are used to synchronize
computer clocks in the global internet. SNTP operates in unicast, broadcast, and IP
multicast modes.
Tunneling commands provide a way to encapsulate packets inside of a transport
protocol. IP in IP Encapsulation for tunnel interfaces is supported by the BSR.

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IP Command Descriptions
This section contains an alphabetized list and descriptions of the IP commands
supported by the BSR.

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arp
The arp command adds a permanent entry in the ARP cache. The no arp command
removes the entry from the ARP cache. The arp command can also specify the type
of ARP packet that is used, whether to use an alias if proxy arp is enabled, and to
specify a cable bundle interface if cable bundling is being used.

Note: Proxy ARP is not enabled by default. ARP cache entries map IP
addresses and their associated 48-bit hardware MAC addresses. If the host
supports dynamic resolution, static entries are usually not needed. Use the
clear arp-cache command to remove all dynamically learned entries.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


arp <A.B.C.D> <H.H.H> {arpa | snap} [alias | cablebundle cable <X/Y> |
cm-hardware-address <H.H.H>]
no arp <A.B.C.D> <H.H.H> {arpa | snap} [alias | cablebundle cable <X/Y> |
cm-hardware-address <H.H.H>]

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D IP address of ARP entry associated with the


local data link address
H.H.H 48-bit local data link address (MAC address),
format xxxx.xxxx.xxxx
arpa standard Ethernet-style ARP, RFC 826
snap IEEE 802.3 usage of ARP packets
conforming to RFC 1042
alias respond to ARP as if it owns the specified
address, if proxy arp is enabled

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cablebundle cable X/Y slot X and MAC domain Y of the cable bundle
physical interface on the CMTS module
cm-hardware-address
H.H.H MAC address of the cable modem, format
xxxx.xxxx.xxxx

Command Default
no entries in table
arpa (ethernet ARP)

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arp timeout
The arp timeout command configures the amount of time an entry stays in the ARP
cache. The no arp timeout command removes the time configuration an entry stays
in the ARP cache.
Use the show interfaces command in Privileged EXEC mode to view the ARP
time-out value.

Note: If the ARP time-out value is changed, the new value affects all the
existing entries in the ARP cache and any entries subsequently added to the
ARP cache.

Group Access
MSO

Command Mode
Interface Configuration

Command Line Usage


arp timeout <4-6000>
no arp timeout <4-6000>

Command Syntax

4-6000 amount of time, in minutes, that an entry is


allowed to stay in the ARP cache

Command Default
60 minutes

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cable helper-address
The cable helper-address command enables broadcast forwarding for User
Datagram Protocol (UDP) packets. The cable helper address function disassembles a
DHCP broadcast packet and reassembles it into a unicast packet so that the packet can
traverse the router and communicate with the DHCP server.

The cable helper-address command is also used to bind a cable helper address to a
secondary IP subnet of a CM connected to CPEs belonging to a particular ISP. This
allows CPEs to have their IP address assigned from the DHCP server belonging to the
corresponding ISP.

Note: The isp-bind option is only available after selecting the host or mta
options. It is not available for the cable modem option.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration (cable and loopback interfaces only)

Command Line Usage


cable helper-address <A.B.C.D> {cable-modem | host | mta} [isp-bind <A.B.C.D>
| global ]
no cable helper-address <A.B.C.D> {cable-modem | host | mta} [isp-bind
<A.B.C.D> | global ]

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D IP address of the destination DHCP server


cable-modem only CM UDP broadcasts are forwarded
host only CPE UDP broadcasts are forwarded
mta only MTA UDP broadcasts are forwarded

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isp-bind A.B.C.D secondary IP subnet to which the cable-helper


is bound
global cable-helper is on the global network

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clear arp-cache
The clear arp-cache command clears all dynamic entries or a specific entry from the
ARP cache.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


clear arp-cache [<A.B.C.D>]

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D IP address entry to be cleared from the ARP


table

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clear counters
The clear counters command is used to clear a specific interface counter or all
interface counters.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


clear counters [cable <X/Y | X/Y.N> | ethernet <X/Y> | gigaether <X/Y | X/Y.N>
| ipsec | loopback <1-255> | pos <X/Y> | tunnel <0-255> ]

Command Syntax

cable X/Y clear the cable counters for the specified slot
cable X/Y.N X, port Y, and if applicable, sub-interface N

ethernet X/Y clear the Ethernet counters for the specified


slot X and port Y
gigaether X/Y clear the Gigabit Ethernet counters for the
gigaether X/Y.N specified slot X, port Y, and if applicable,
sub-interface N
ipsec clear the IPSEC counters
loopback 1-255 clear the loopback counters for the specified
loopback interface number
tunnel 0-255 clear the tunnel interface counters for the
specified tunnel interface number
pos X/Y clear the Packet over SONET (POS) counters
for the specified slot X and port Y

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clear host
The clear host command deletes DNS host entries from the
host-name-and-address cache.
Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


clear host {<Word> | *}

Command Syntax

Word delete a specific DNS hostname entry


* delete all DNS hostname entries

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clear ip route
The clear ip route command deletes route table entries.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


clear ip route {* | <A.B.C.D> [<A.B.C.D>]}

Command Syntax

* delete all routes


A.B.C.D destination network route to delete
A.B.C.D destination network subnet mask

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clear ip traffic
The clear ip traffic command resets the IP traffic statistic counters to zero.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


clear ip traffic

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clear sntp history


The clear sntp history command removes servers from the SNTP server history list
displayed by the show sntp command and the show sntp detail command. To remove
a specific SNTP server from the display, that particular SNTP server must be
specified with the clear sntp history command. To remove all SNTP servers from the
display, the clear sntp history command is used without specifying an individual
SNTP server.

Group Access
System Administrator

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


clear sntp history [<A.B.C.D> | <Hostname>]

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D the IP address of an SNTP server


Hostname the hostname of an SNTP server

Command Default
All SNTP servers on the SNTP server list are displayed by the show sntp command
and the show sntp detail command.

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host authorization
The host authorization command is used to enforce the binding of the CM and CPE
MAC addresses to the IP address assigned to them (statically or through DHCP). The
no host authorization command disables host authorization on the cable interface.
The host authorization feature is used for security purposes on the cable network.
When enabled, host authorization denies access to any hacker who tries to take or
“spoof” an IP address from any legitimate user on the same cable network. A hacker
takes the IP address from a user to steal their data service. The hacker accomplishes
this by changing the IP address on their PC to the IP address that the DHCP server
assigned to a legitimate user’s CPE. Cable operators can create static entries to deny
hackers from stealing service from users. Through static entries, cable operators can
manually bind the CPE MAC (hardware) and IP address to a particular cable modem.
This command may be used in circumstances when DHCP is not used to assign the
CPE IP addresses.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration mode (cable interface only)

Command Line Usage


host authorization {<mac> {cpe <mac> <A.B.C.D> | cpr <mac> <A.B.C.D>} | on}
no host authorization on {<mac> {cpe <mac> <A.B.C.D> | cpr <mac> <prefix>} |
on}

Command Syntax

mac cable modem MAC address, format


xxxx.xxxx.xxxx
cpe Customer Premises Equipment
cpr Customer Premise Router
mac MAC address of the CPE or CPR, format
xxxx.xxxx.xxxx

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A.B.C.D IP address of the CPE or CPR


on enable host authorization

Command Default
Disabled

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interface
The interface command specifies an interface for further configuration. Once the
interface is selected you enter Interface Configuration mode.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


interface {cable <X/Y | X/Y.N> | ethernet <X/Y> | gigaether <X/Y | X/Y.N> |
loopback <1-255> | pos <X/Y> | tunnel <0-255>}

Command Syntax

cable X/Y slot X, MAC domain Y, and, if applicable, the


cable X/Y.N cable sub-interface N of the CMTS module

ethernet X/Y slot X and port Y on the Ethernet interface:


• On the 8-port Ethernet module, there are 8
10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports
• On the SRM module, Ethernet interface 0
is a 10 Mbps management interface that
does not support the negotiation feature
and is associated with its corresponding
port on the SRM I/O module

Ethernet ports 1 and 2 are typically used to


support an external T1/E1 BITS clock and
are associated with their corresponding
ports on the SRM I/O module
gigaether X/Y slot X, port Y, and, if applicable, the
gigaether X/Y.N sub-interface N of the 1000 Mbps optical
Ethernet interface

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loopback 1-255 loopback interfaces are used as inbound


logical interfaces when physical interfaces go
down - up to 255 loopback interfaces are
supported
pos X/Y slot X and port Y on the high speed
OC3/OC12 SONET interface
tunnel 0-255 tunnels are logical interfaces used to make
point-to-point links between two devices, up
to 255 tunnels are supported

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ip access-group
The ip access-group command configures an interface to use an access list. The no ip
access-group command removes an access-list for the interface.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip access-group {<1-199> | <1300-2699>} {in | out}
no ip access-group {<1-199> | <1300-2699>} {in | out}

Command Syntax

1-199 standard access-list number range


1300-2699 extended access-list number range
in incoming packet is processed only if the
source address is permitted by the access-list
out outgoing packet is processed only if
access-list permits the packet

Command Default
No access groups defined.

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ip address
The ip address command configures a primary or secondary IP address for an
interface or defines the Gateway IP address (giaddr) for Customer Premises
Equipment (CPE), Multimedia Telephone Adapter (MTA), or cable modem DHCP
requests. The no ip address command is used to remove an IP address from the
interface.
The BSR now allows multiple BSRs connected to the same LAN (or VLAN) to share
the same IP subnet by using the shared-proxy-arp option. An interface configured
with the shared-proxy-arp option is allowed to share ARP resolutions with all
Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet interfaces configured with the ip proxy-arp command.
When the BSR needs to resolve an IP address in a shared-proxy-arp IP subnet, it sends
an ARP request upstream on the Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet interfaces configured
with the ip proxy-arp command and also sends the ARP request downstream on the
cable interface(s) configured with the shared-proxy-arp option. The BSR then learns
the host addresses of shared-proxy-arp IP subnets present on the Ethernet or Gigabit
Ethernet interfaces configured with the ip proxy-arp command.

Note: The shared-proxy-arp option must be specified after all other options.
For example, when enabling shared-proxy-arp on a secondary host subnet,
the secondary host options must be specified prior to the shared-proxy-arp
option.

When configuring the IP address of a cable or loopback interface, two additional


options are supported; the host and mta options. The host and mta options are only
available from cable or loopback interface configuration mode when selecting an IP
address. During the DHCP process, the relay agent requests an IP address in a
particular subnet by inserting the IP address of the interface into the DHCP requests
from CMs, hosts, and MTAs. The primary address is always inserted in cable modem
DHCP requests. If a secondary address or a secondary host address is defined, then
the first secondary or secondary host IP address in the list is inserted into DHCP
requests from hosts. If one or multiple secondary mta IP address are defined, then the
first secondary mta IP address defined is inserted into DHCP requests from secondary
MTA devices. The ip dhcp relay information option command must be enabled to
allow the BSR to determine what type of device originated the DHCP request. By
default, the primary address will be inserted into DHCP requests.

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The ip address command is also used to bind a secondary IP address to a secondary


IP subnet of a CM which is connected to CPEs belonging to a particular ISP. This
allows the BSR to set the giaddr of the CPE's DHCP packets to the secondary
address of the CM to which the secondary addresses of the CPE are bound.

Note: You must configure a primary IP address before configuring any


secondary IP addresses.

Note: The BSR supports 256 secondary IP subnets per CMTS module. The
maximum number of secondary IP subnets that can be configured on the
entire BSR chassis is 1024.

If you are running a BCM 3140-based DOCSIS 2.0 2:8 CMTS module as two
1:4 configurations, the limit is still 256 secondary IP subnets for the entire 2:8
CMTS module. The total number of secondary IP subnets between MAC
Domain 0 and MAC Domain 1 can only equal 256. Also, if you apply the
same cable bundle to each MAC domain even though the secondary IP
subnets are the same they must be counted twice.

For example, if you have 256 secondary IP subnets in a cable bundle and
you apply that cable bundle to two MAC domains, the total number of
secondary IP subnets would be 512 which exceeds the limit for the DOCSIS
2.0 CMTS module. In this example, there can be no more than 128
secondary IP subnets on the cable bundle.

Group Access
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Command Mode
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Command Line Usage


ip address {<A.B.C.D>{<A.B.C.D>}} [secondary]
no ip address {<A.B.C.D>{<A.B.C.D>}} [secondary]

Cable or Loopback interfaces only:


ip address {<A.B.C.D>{<A.B.C.D>}} [shared-proxy-arp]
ip address {<A.B.C.D>{<A.B.C.D>}} [secondary [ host | mta] [isp-bind
<A.B.C.D> | shared-proxy-arp]]
ip address {<A.B.C.D>{<A.B.C.D>}} [secondary [shared-proxy-arp]]
no ip address {<A.B.C.D>{<A.B.C.D>}} [shared-proxy-arp]
no ip address {<A.B.C.D> {<A.B.C.D>}} [ secondary [ host | mta ][isp-bind
<A.B.C.D>]]
no ip address {<A.B.C.D>{<A.B.C.D>}} [secondary [shared-proxy-arp]]

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D the IP address


A.B.C.D the subnetwork mask for the IP address - the
BSR supports up to a 30-bit subnetwork IP
address mask
secondary designates the specified IP address as a
secondary IP address - on a cable interface,
defines this IP address as the IP address to be
inserted into host DHCP requests
shared-proxy-arp share ARP resolutions with Ethernet or
Gigabit Ethernet interfaces configured with
the ip proxy-arp command

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host defines the IP address for the cable interface


as the giaddr for host DHCP requests - on the
cable interface, defines this IP address as the
IP address to be inserted into host DHCP
requests (this option is only available on the
cable interface)
mta defines the IP address for the cable interface
as the giaddr for all MTA DHCP requests - on
the cable interface, defines this IP address as
the IP address to be inserted into MTA DHCP
requests (this option is only available on the
cable interface)
isp-bind A.B.C.D specifies the secondary IP subnet to which
this secondary address is bound.

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ip broadcast-address
The ip broadcast-address command configures a broadcast address for an interface.
The no ip broadcast-address command deletes the broadcast address for an
interface.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip broadcast-address <A.B.C.D>
no ip broadcast-address <A.B.C.D>

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D IP broadcast address assigned to the interface

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ip dhcp relay information


The ip dhcp relay information command enables the BSR to insert the DHCP relay
information option (option-82) into received DHCP client messages being forwarded
to a DHCP server (configured using the cable helper command). Support for DHCP
Option-82, sub-option 2 (Agent Remote ID), which is enabled by the ip dhcp relay
information option command, allows the relay agent in the BSR to insert the MAC
address of the modem that the DHCP client is behind into outbound DHCP client
requests (i.e., DHCP Discovers and DHCP Requests as they traverse the BSR). This
enables the receiving DHCP server to identify the user sending the request and to treat
that client appropriately.
Support for DHCP Option-82, sub-option 1 (Agent Circuit ID), which is enabled by
the ip dhcp relay information spectrum-group-name command, allows the relay
agent in the BSR to insert, when available, the Spectrum Group name associated with
the upstream channel that the DHCP client is using into outbound DHCP client
requests (i.e., DHCP Discovers and DHCP Requests as they traverse the BSR).
The ip dhcp relay informationmulti-isp-enable command allows the BSR to
insert the DHCP relay information option (option-82) into received DHCP client
messages being forwarded to a DHCP server.

Note: If you are configuring two MAC domains on the 2x8 CMTS module, the
ip dhcp relay information option command must be entered for each MAC
domain. If this command is not entered in for each domain, CMs cannot
register in that domain.

Note: If a DHCP client on a particular subnet is using an upstream frequency


that is not configured as a member of a Spectrum Group, the Spectrum
Group name is not inserted by the DHCP relay agent into the DHCP discover
packet.

Group Access
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Command Mode
Interface Configuration (cable interface only)

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Command Line Usage


ip dhcp relay information { multi-isp-enable | option | spectrum-group-name}
no ip dhcp relay information { multi-isp-enable | option | spectrum-group-name}

Command Syntax

multi-isp-enable enables the insertion of the DHCP relay


information option when multiple ISPs are
used
option insert a MAC address (Agent Remote ID)
only into a client’s DHCP discover packets
spectrum-group-name insert the Spectrum Group name into all
DHCP outbound requests

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ip domain-list
The ip domain-list command configures up to six domain names to resolve
unqualified host names when the primary domain, specified by the ip domain-name
command, fails to resolve.
Use the ip domain-list command to define a list of secondary domain names.
Secondary domain names are used if the primary domain name fails to resolve.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip domain-list <WORD> [<WORD>] [<WORD>] [<WORD>] [<WORD>]
[<WORD>]
no ip domain-list <WORD> [<WORD>] [<WORD>] [<WORD>] [<WORD>]
[<WORD>]

Command Syntax

WORD domain name

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ip domain-lookup
The ip domain-lookup command enables the IP Domain Name System (DNS) based
host name-to-address translation. The no ip domain-lookup command disables the IP
DNS-based name-to-address translation.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip domain-lookup
no ip domain-lookup

Command Default
Enabled

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ip domain-name
The ip domain-name command is used to configure a domain name. The no ip
domain-name command removes the domain name.
For each BSR, you should configure the name of the domain in which the BSR is
located. This is the default domain name that is appended to host names that are not
fully qualified.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip domain-name <WORD>
no ip domain-name <WORD>

Command Syntax

WORD domain name

Command Default
No domain is configured.

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ip forward-protocol udp
The ip forward-protocol udp command controls what type of UDP packet to
forward when broadcasting packets or allows all types of UDP packets to be
forwarded. The no ip forward-protocol udp command disables IP forwarding.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip forward-protocol udp [<0-65535> | bootpc | bootps | domain | netbios-dgm |
netbios-ns | tacacs | tftp | time]
no ip forward-protocol udp [<0-65535> | bootpc | bootps | domain | netbios-dgm |
netbios-ns | tacacs | tftp | time]

Command Syntax

0-65535 UDP port number


bootpc Bootstrap Protocol client (port 68)
bootps Bootstrap Protocol server (port 67)
domain Domain Name Service (DNS) (port 53)
netbios-dgm NetBios datagram service (port 138)
netbios-ns NetBios name service (port 137)
tacacs TAC Access Control System (port 49)
tftp Trivial File Transfer Protocol (port 69)
time Time service (port 37)

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ip forwarding
The ip forwarding command neutralizes virus or hacking attacks by forwarding the
offending traffic to Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) or User Datagram Protocol
(UDP) source or destination port zero (depending where this traffic is coming from).
It is then discarded through the BSR’s hardware.
Once the hacking or virus problem is resolved, the no ip forwarding command is
used to stop discarding TCP or UDP packets on their respective source port 0 or
destination port 0.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip forwarding {tcp | udp}{dst-zero | src-zero}
no ip forwarding {tcp | udp}{dst-zero | src-zero}

Command Syntax

tcp TCP port


udp UDP port
dest-zero destination port is 0
src-zero source port is 0

Command Default
Disabled

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ip helper-address
The ip helper-address command specifies the destination IP address of the DHCP
server for where broadcast packets are forwarded. The no ip helper-address
command removes the IP address where broadcast packets are forwarded.
Use the ip helper-address command to forward broadcast packets received on an
interface.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip helper-address <A.B.C.D>
no ip helper-address <A.B.C.D>

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D IP address of the DHCP server

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ip host
The ip host command is used to add a static, classless DNS host entry and its IP
address to the IP hostname table. The no ip host command deletes the host
address-to-name mapping in the host cache.

Note: The initial character of the name must be a letter.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip host <Hostname> <A.B.C.D>
no ip host <Hostname> <A.B.C.D>

Command Syntax

Hostname name of host


A.B.C.D IP address

Command Default
No hosts configured.

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ip irdp
The ip irdp command enables the ICMP Router Discovery Protocol (IRDP) on an
interface. The no ip irdp command disables the ICMP IRDP on an interface.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration (Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet interfaces only)

Command Line Usage


ip irdp [address <A.B.C.D> | holdtime <1-9000> | maxadvertinterval <4-1800> |
minadvertinterval <3-1800> | multicast | preference <-2147483648-2147483647>]
no ip irdp [address <A.B.C.D> | holdtime <1-9000> | maxadvertinterval <4-1800>
| minadvertinterval <3-1800> | multicast | preference
<-2147483648-2147483647>]

Command Syntax

address A.B.C.D IP address to proxy-advertise, preference


value
holdtime 1-9000 amount of time, in seconds, advertisements
hold valid
maxadvertinterval 4-1800 maximum time, in seconds, between
advertisements
minadvertinterval 3-1800 minimal time between advertisement in
seconds
multicast advertisements are sent with multicast
preference
-2147483648-2147483647 preference value for this interface, -231 to 231,
higher values increase performance, preferred
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Command Default

holdtime = 1800 seconds


maxadvertinterval = 600 seconds
minadvertinterval = 450 seconds

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ip mask-reply
The ip mask-reply command enables Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
netmask reply messages. The no ip mask-reply command disables ICMP netmask
reply messages.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration

Command Mode
ip mask-reply
no ip mask-reply

Command Default
Enabled

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ip mtu
The ip mtu command configures the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) packet
size allowed on the interface. The no ip mtu command resets the default.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip mtu <68-1500>
no ip mtu

Command Syntax

68-1500 MTU size in bytes

Command Default
1496 bytes

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ip multicast fastpath
The ip multicast fastpath command is used to specify which multicast flow or flows
will be given preferential treatment for forwarding in the fast path.
Which flow is forwarded in the fast path depends on the user configuration. A flow or
a range of flows can be configured with an extended access list (eACL). If no eACL
configured flows are present, all flows will be forwarded through the slow path in the
SRM. When the traffic for these eACL configured flows is active, they will be
forwarded in the fast path. Only the maximum allowed 16 fast path entries can be
forwarded even though there might be more active flows configured. When an active
flow is deleted, either due to a timeout or forced removal, the next active eACL
configured flow, if any, will be forwarded in the fast path.
Source and group destination IP addresses can be setup in ranges using wildcard
network masks in the eACL. Only permit entries are parsed for eligibility of installing
into the fast path. The fast path entries will be installed up to the first 16 flows
configured in the eACL initially. When a multicast flow becomes active in the
multicast forwarding cache and it matches any of the entries in the eACL, the entry
will be programmed into the fast path if one of the 16 flows are available. A flow is
considered active when traffic of that flow is being forwarded within a 3 minute
window. The entries in the fast path will be re-evaluated on any updates to the eACL.
For entries no longer matched in the eACL, they will be taken out of the fast path. The
updated eACL will be parsed to see if any corresponding active flows need to be
programmed into the fast path if there are still room in the fast path. However, if all 16
installed entries still match the configured range, no entry in the fast path will be
replaced even if the configured range has become higher in the sequence order of the
eACL. This is because ACLs only provide a way to make a binary decision, i.e. it is
either eligible for the fast path or not, and not used for ordering to determine which
entries get installed.
There is an optional parameter “queue” for all multicast data packets to be forwarded
out one of the eight specified queues which can be used for statistics, debugging or
QoS purposes. The queue number cannot be changed once configured unless a new
extended ACL is configured where all previous fast path flows are removed and any
new fast path flows are created with the new queue number.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

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Command Line Usage


ip multicast fastpath {<100-199> | <2000-2699>} [ queue <0-7>]
no ip multicast fastpath {<100-199> | <2000-2699>} [ queue <0-7>]

Command Syntax

100-199 the mulitcast acceleration eligibility list


2000-2699 the extended ACL range
queue 0-7 the HSIM transmit queue number

Command Default
queue = 1

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ip name-server
The ip name-server command is used to enter the IP address of one or more Domain
Name System (DNS) servers. Up to six DNS servers can be configured on the BSR.
The no ip name-server command deletes a DNS entry.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip name-server <A.B.C.D> [<...A.B.C.D>]
no ip name-server <A.B.C.D> [<...A.B.C.D>]

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D IP address of a DNS server, 6 addresses may


be specified

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ip proxy-arp
The ip proxy-arp command enables proxy Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) on an
Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet interface. The no ip proxy-arp command disables
proxy ARP on an interface.

Note: If a host in the local network is incapable of responding to an ARP


request for some reason, the router will respond on behalf of the host when
proxy arp is enabled and the IP-to-MAC address mapping of the host is
stored in the router with a static arp command and the alias option specified.

To verify ARP status, use the show running-config command.

The BSR will also respond to an ARP request for a network on a different
interface when proxy ARP is enabled.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration (Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces only)

Command Line Usage


ip proxy-arp
no ip proxy-arp

Command Default
Disabled

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ip rarp-server
The ip rarp-server command is used to enable the router to act as a Reverse Address
Resolution Protocol (RARP) server. The no ip rarp-server command disables the
router to act as a RARP server.
The RARP server can be configured on each interface to ensure that the router does
not affect RARP traffic on other subnetworks that do not need RARP assistance. The
following conditions must be satisfied before receiving RARP support:
■ The ip rarp-server command must be configured on the requesting interface
■ A static entry, must exist in the IP ARP table, mapping the MAC address in the
RARP request to an IP address
The IP address should be set to whatever address the user configures as the primary
address for the interface.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Interface Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip rarp-server <A.B.C.D>
no ip rarp-server <A.B.C.D>

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D IP address for use as the source protocol


address

Command Default
Disabled

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ip redirects
The ip redirects command enables the processing of "Host Redirect" messages. If
both the global and interface configuration modes are enabled, the BSR will send an
ICMPv4 "Host Redirect" packet to the original source of an IPv4 packet received by
the BSR from that interface when both the source IP address and destination IP
address of the packet are within a logical IPv4 subnet implemented on the incoming
interface. The source should send packets directly to the destination rather than
routing through the BSR.
The no ip redirects command disables the processing of "Host Redirect" messages.
When disabled, the BSR will not send an ICMPv4 "Host Redirect" message to the
source.
This command applies only to IP version 4 packets. Regardless of the configuration,
the BSR attempts to forward packets back onto the incoming interface in order to
reach their destinations.

Note: Unless your network devices respond to IP redirects, which can be a


security issue, Motorola recommends that this function be disabled. This will
minimize network traffic load and packet processing by the BSR.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration and Interface Configuration (not supported for Cable interfaces)

Command Line Usage


ip redirects
no ip redirects

Command Default
Enabled

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ip route
The ip route command is used to configure a static route when the router cannot
dynamically build a route to the specific destination or if the route must be in place
permanently. The no ip route command removes a static route.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip route <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> {<A.B.C.D> | null <NUM> | pos <X/Y> | tunnel
<0-255>} [<1-255> ] [ range <1-65536> ] [tag <1-4294967295>]
no ip route <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> {<A.B.C.D> | null <NUM> | pos <X/Y> | tunnel
<0-255>} [<1-255> ] [ range <1-65536> ] [tag <1-4294967295>]

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D IP address of the destination network


A.B.C.D netmask of the destination network
A.B.C.D IP address of the forwarding router
null <NUM> null interface number
pos X/Y POS slot X and port Y
tunnel 0-255 tunnel interface number
1-255 administrative distance
range 1-65536 number of route entries
tag 1-4294967295 match value to control route-map
redistribution

Command Default
Administrative distance = 1

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ip routing
The ip routing command enables IP routing. The no ip routing command disables IP
routing.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip routing
no ip routing

Command Default
Enabled

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ip source-route
The ip source-route command allows the BSR to handle IP datagrams with source
routing header options. The no ip source-route command discards any IP datagrams
containing a source-route option.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration

Command Line Usage


ip source-route
no ip source-route

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ip unreachables
The ip unreachables command enables processing of an ICMP unreachable message
when the BSR can not deliver a received packet. When enabled for both the global
and interface configuration modes, the BSR will send an ICMPv4 "Network
Unreachable" packet to the original source of an IPv4 packet received by the BSR for
which the BSR does not have a route.
The no ip unreachables command disables ICMP unreachable message processing
when the router can not deliver a received a packet. If either the global or interface
configuration mode is disabled, then the BSR will not send an ICMPv4 packet to the
source.
This command applies only to IP version 4 packets. Regardless of the configuration,
the BSR will discard the packet when it has no route to its destination.

Note: Because enabling this feature can cause large amounts of data to be
sent on the network interface, Motorola recommends that this feature be
disabled.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Global Configuration and Interface Configuration (not supported for Cable interfaces)

Command Line Usage


ip unreachables
no ip unreachables

Command Default
Enabled

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passive-interface
The passive-interface command suppresses routing updates from being transmitted
over a specific ethernet or cable routing interface. The no passive-interface
command re-enables route updates to be transmitted over the routing interface.

Note: Updates from routers that are directly connected to the passive
interface continue to be received and processed.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Router Configuration

Command Line Usage


passive-interface {cable <X/Y | X/Y.N> | default | ethernet <X/Y>
| gigaether <X/Y | X/Y.N> | loopback <1-255> | pos <X/Y>}
no passive-interface {cable <X/Y | X/Y.N> | default | ethernet <X/Y>
| gigaether <X/Y | X/Y.N> | loopback <1-255> | pos <X/Y>}

Command Syntax

cable X/Y slot X, MAC domain Y, and, if applicable, the


cable X/Y.N cable sub-interface N of the CMTS module

default suppress routing updates on all interfaces


ethernet X/Y Ethernet interface slot X and port Y
gigaether X/Y slot X, port Y, and, if applicable, the
gigaether X/Y.N sub-interface N of the 1000 Mbps optical
Ethernet interface

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loopback 1-255 loopback interface number


pos X/Y Packet-Over-SONET interface slot X and port
Y

Command Default
Routing updates are transmitted over the router (no passive-interface command).

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ping
The Packet Internet Groper (PING) ping command sends an Internet Control
Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request to a remote host that reports errors and
provides information relevant to IP packet addressing.
Use the ping command to check host reachability and network connectivity, or to
confirm basic network connectivity.

Note: The address of the source in an echo message will be the destination
of the echo reply message. To form an echo reply message, the source and
destination addresses are simply reversed, the type code changed to 0, and
the checksum recomputed.

ICMP is used to report problems with delivery of IP datagrams within an IP


network. It can also show when a particular node is not responding, when an
IP network is not reachable, when a node is overloaded, when an error
occurs in the IP header information, etc. The protocol is also frequently used
by Internet managers to verify correct operations of nodes and to check that
routers are correctly routing packets to the specified destination address.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
User EXEC and Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


ping {<A.B.C.D> | <Hostname>}[size <40-65515> [<1-65535>]
[timeout <1-1024>] [source <A.B.C.D>] [tos <0-255>] [ttl <0-255>] [df]]

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D IP address of the destination system


Hostname name of the destination system
size 40-65535 size, in bytes, of the echo message

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1-65535 number of ping requests to send


timeout 1-1024 time, in seconds, to wait for a reply before the
connection times out
source A.B.C.D IP address of the BSR interface to use as the
source of the ping request
tos 0-255 type of service
ttl 0-255 time to live value
df set the "don’t fragment" IP flag in the
outgoing ping IP header

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show arp
The show arp command displays static and dynamic entries in the ARP table. The
following is an example of typical screen output from the show arp command:

Protocol Address Age(min) Hardware Address Type Interface


Internet 10.10.10.10 - 0030.b801.c5f4 ARPA ethernet 15/4
Internet 10.255.4.1 - 0000.0000.0004 ARPA
Internet 10.255.5.1 - 0000.0000.0005 ARPA
Internet 10.255.6.1 - 0000.0000.0006 ARPA
Internet 10.255.7.1 - 0000.0000.0007 ARPA
Internet 150.31.60.1 41 00e0.6367.99b1 ARPA ethernet 7/0
Internet 150.31.60.10 - 0030.b801.c570 ARPA ethernet 7/0
Internet 150.31.60.99 - 0000.0000.9999 ARPA ethernet 7/0
Internet 150.31.61.23 21 0008.0ee4.84e8 ARPA cable 0/0
Internet 150.31.61.27 31 0008.0ee4.d550 ARPA cable 0/0
Internet 150.31.61.28 3 0020.4026.77c0 ARPA cable 0/0
Internet 150.31.61.29 3 0020.4027.a028 ARPA cable 0/0
Internet 150.31.61.34 3 0020.4026.d5dc ARPA cable 0/0
Internet 150.31.61.37 3 0020.4026.77bc ARPA cable 0/0
Internet 150.31.61.80 3 0020.4029.19dc ARPA cable 0/0
Internet 150.31.61.81 3 0020.4027.a038 ARPA cable 0/0

Group Access
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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show arp [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show arp [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turn on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string

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exclude filter for output that excludes the


specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show controllers
The show controllers command displays detailed hardware and configuration
information for each module installed in the BSR chassis.

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show controllers {ethernet [<X/Y>] | gigaether [<X/Y | X/Y.N>] | pos [<X/Y>]
| cable <X/Y | X/Y.N> [upstream <NUM> | downstream <NUM> | mac ]} [ | {begin |
exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show controllers {ethernet [<X/Y>] | gigaether [<X/Y | X/Y.N>] | pos [<X/Y>]
| cable <X/Y | X/Y.N> [upstream <NUM> | downstream <NUM> | mac ]} [ | {count |
count-only}]

Command Syntax

ethernet X/Y display Ethernet interface controller


information for the entire BSR
chassis or the optional, specified
BSR chassis slot X and port Y
gigaether X/Y display Gigabit Ethernet interface
gigaether X/Y.N controller information for the entire
BSR chassis or the optional,
specified BSR chassis slot X, port Y,
and if applicable, sub-interface N
pos X/Y display POS interface controller
information for the entire BSR
chassis or the optional, specified
BSR chassis slot X and port Y

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cable X/Y display cable interface controller


cable X/Y.N information for the specified BSR
chassis slot X, MAC domain Y, and if
applicable sub-interface N
upstream NUM display information for the specified
upstream port including the upstream
modulation type, channel width,
frequency, and modulation profile
information (i.e minislots, interleave,
preamble, etc.)
downstream NUM display information for the
downstream port number including
downstream modulation type,
frequency (label), and symbol rate
mac display MAC layer (layer 2)
information for all cable modems on
this specific CMTS module
| turn on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show host authorization


The show host authorization command displays the host authorization enabled state
and displays all cable host entries in the ARP authorization table. The following is an
example of typical screen output from the show host authorization command:

Device Type State Seconds Modem MAC Addr Host IP Addr Host MAC Addr
Host Dyn Ack 90000 0008.0e72.bf70 150.31.43.3 0008.0e72.bf72
Modem Dyn Ack-TD-TF 90000 0008.0e72.bf70 150.31.42.2 0008.0e72.bf70
Host Dyn Learned 90000 0008.0e73.1dba 150.31.43.2 0008.0e73.1dbc
Modem Dyn Ack-TD-TF 90000 0008.0e73.1dba 150.31.42.3 0008.0e73.1dba

Group Access
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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show host authorization <0-15>

Command Syntax

0-15 CMTS slot number

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show host authorization cpe


The show host authorization cpe command is used to display the dynamic or static
ARP entries for CPEs only. The following is an example of typical screen output from
the show host authorization cpe command:

Type Host IP Address Host MAC Address


Dynamic 150.31.43.3 0008.0e72.bf72
Dynamic 150.31.43.2 0008.0e73.1dbc

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show host authorization cpe {leased | static} [ | {begin | exclude | include}
{<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show host authorization cpe {leased | static} [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

leased display dynamically configured host


authorization entries
static display statically configured host
authorization entries
| turn on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string

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WORD the specified string


count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show host authorization interface cable


The show host authorization interface cable command displays host authorization
configuration information for a cable interface. The following is an example of typical
screen output from the show host authorization interface cable command:

Device Type State Seconds Modem MAC Addr Host IP Addr Host MAC Addr
Host Dyn Ack 3600 0012.25d9.59f8 150.31.56.2 0008.0ecc.9a52
Host Dyn Ack 3600 000e.5c6c.9810 150.31.56.3 0008.0ecc.9a3a
Modem Dyn Ack-TD-TF 3600 0019.5eb4.8176 150.31.54.20 0019.5eb4.8176
Modem Dyn Ack-TD-TF 3600 000e.5c00.d2e2 150.31.54.15 000e.5c00.d2e2

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show host authorization interface cable <X/Y> [ | {begin | exclude | include}
{<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show host authorization interface cable <X/Y> [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

X/Y slot X and MAC Domain Y of the CMTS


module
| turn on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string

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WORD the specified string


count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show host authorization summary


The show host authorization summary command is used to display ARP table
summary information. The following is an example of typical screen output from the
show host authorization summary command:

Interface Total Total Total Dynamic Static Total


Modems Hosts Routers Entries Entries Entries
Cable 4/0 2 2 0 4 0 4

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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show host authorization summary [<0-15>] [ | {begin | exclude | include}
{<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show host authorization summary [<0-15>] [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

0-15 CMTS slot number


| turn on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string

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count count the number of outputted lines


count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show host unauthorized cpe


The show host unauthorized cpe command displays the list of hosts/CPEs that are
unauthorized due to a failed DHCP lease query response. The following is an example
of typical screen output from the show host unauthorized cpe command:

Index Seconds Modem MAC Addr Host IP Addr Host MAC Addr Vrf Index
32767 600 0012.2588.33ac 150.42.101.2 0030.1bb4.a703 0

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All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show host unauthorized cpe

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show hosts
The show hosts command displays the cache list of hostnames with their IP addresses
and aliases.

Group Access
ISP

Command Mode
Privileged EXEC

Command Line Usage


show hosts

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show interfaces
Use the show interfaces command to display the status and statistics for the network
interfaces. Use the show interfaces command without the slot and interface argument
to display all interfaces. The following is an example of typical screen output from the
show interfaces command:

gigaether 14/0.10 is up, line protocol is up


Hardware address is 00:30:b8:80:63:3f
Internet address is 150.31.90.10/24
Encapsulation Arpa
802.1Q Virtual LAN, VLAN ID 63
ARP Timeout 01:00:00
Last state change at 1d16h, 63 interface resets
Queueing strategy: FIFO

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show interfaces [ethernet <X/Y> | gigaether <X/Y | X/Y.N> | cable <X/Y | X/Y.N>
| pos <X/Y> | loopback <1-255> | tunnel <0-255>] [accounting] [ | {begin | exclude
| include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show interfaces [ethernet <X/Y> | gigaether <X/Y | X/Y.N> | cable <X/Y | X/Y.N>
| pos <X/Y> | loopback <1-255> | tunnel <0-255>] [accounting] [ | {count |
count-only}]

Command Syntax

ethernet X/Y Ethernet interface slot X and port Y


gigaether X/Y Gigabit Ethernet interface slot X, port Y, and if
gigaether X/Y.N applicable, sub-interface N

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cable X/Y cable interface slot X, port Y, and if


cable X/Y.N applicable, sub-interface N

pos X/Y Packet-over-SONET interface slot X and port


Y
loopback 1-255 loopback interface number
tunnel 0-255 tunnel interface number
accounting display the number of packets for each
protocol type that has been sent through an
interface
| turn on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show ip arp
The show ip arp command displays the Internet Protocol (IP) Address Resolution
Protocol (ARP) cache table entries for individual interfaces or all interfaces on the
BSR. Each ARP entry describes the protocol type, IP address to MAC address
binding, age time, ARP type, and interface location and type. Use the additional
command arguments to filter the output information you want to receive. The
following is an example of typical screen output from the show ip arp command:

Protocol Address Age(min) Hardware Address Type Interface


Internet 150.31.90.1 0 00e0.6367.99b1 ARPA ethernet 7/0
Internet 150.31.90.10 - 0030.b8c6.5c70 ARPA ethernet 7/0
Internet 150.31.93.10 21 0011.1aca.1388 ARPA cable 11/1
Internet 150.31.93.12 10 0011.1ac9.2094 ARPA cable 11/1
Internet 150.31.93.13 13 0011.8061.3f0e ARPA cable 4/0
Internet 150.31.93.14 8 0011.1aca.13a6 ARPA cable 11/0
Internet 150.31.93.15 20 0011.1aca.1394 ARPA cable 11/0
Internet 150.31.93.16 28 00c0.4f5e.e476 ARPA cable 11/1
Internet 150.31.93.17 3 0011.805f.fd30 ARPA cable 4/0
Internet 150.31.94.10 1 0011.1ac9.2096 ARPA cable 11/1
Internet 150.31.94.11 1 0011.1aca.138a ARPA cable 11/1
Internet 150.31.94.12 6 0011.1aca.1396 ARPA cable 11/0
Internet 150.31.94.13 1 0011.8061.3f10 ARPA cable 4/0
Internet 150.31.94.14 0 0011.1aca.13a8 ARPA cable 11/0
Internet 150.31.94.15 2 0011.805f.fd32 ARPA cable 4/0
Internet 150.31.98.10 - 0030.b8c6.5cf2 ARPA ethernet 15/2
Internet 150.31.98.100 0 00c0.4f63.482c ARPA ethernet 15/2
Internet 150.31.99.7 - 0030.b800.0701 ARPA ethernet 7/1

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All

Command Mode
All modes except for User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show ip arp [<A.B.C.D> | <H.H.H> | <Hostname> | cable <X/Y | X/Y.N> | ethernet
<X/Y> | gigaether <X/Y | X/Y.N> | loopback <0-255> | incomplete ] [ | {begin |
exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]

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show ip arp [<A.B.C.D> | <H.H.H> | <Hostname> | cable <X/Y | X/Y.N> | ethernet


<X/Y> | gigaether <X/Y | X/Y.N> | loopback <0-255> | incomplete ] [ | {count |
count-only}]

Command Syntax

A.B.C.D display ARP entries matching the specified IP


address
H.H.H display ARP entries matching the specified
48 bit MAC address
Hostname display ARP entries matching the specified
hostname
cable X/Y display ARP entries for the specified cable
cable X/Y.N interface in the BSR slot X, MAC Domain Y,
and if applicable, sub-interface N
ethernet X/Y display ARP entries for the specified Ethernet
interface in BSR slot X and port number Y
gigaether X/Y display ARP entries for the specified Gigabit
gigaether X/Y.N Ethernet interface in BSR slot X, port Y, and if
applicable sub-interface N
loopback 0-255 display ARP entries for the specified
loopback interface
incomplete display incomplete ARP entries
| turn on output modifiers (filters)
begin filter for output that begins with the specified
string
exclude filter for output that excludes the specified
string
include filter for output that includes the specified
string
WORD the specified string

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count count the number of outputted lines


count-only count the number of lines while suppressing
screen output

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show ip dhcp stats


The show ip dhcp stats command displays DHCP messages sent and received for a
specified slot or all slots on the BSR. The following is an example of typical screen
output from the show ip dhcp stats command:

DHCP statistics:
CMTS Slot Upstream Downstream
4 30238 30234
6 0 0
9 0 0
11 40174 40160

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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show ip dhcp stats [<NUM>]

Command Syntax

NUM CMTS slot number

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show ip filters
The show ip filters command displays a variety of filter and routing policy
configuration information. IP filters provide a mechanism for determining whether or
not to process IP packets received over the BSR 64000 POS OC-3/C12, Multi-Mode
Gigabit Ethernet (SX), Single-Mode Gigabit Ethernet (LX), or 10/100 Ethernet
Network Interface Modules (NIMs). When an IP packet matches one of the patterns in
a filter, the filter determines whether the packet is discarded or passed to the IP
routing module for forwarding. Filtering decisions can be based on combinations of
source address, destination address, TCP/UDP port, and protocol.
The following is an example of typical screen output from the show ip filters
command:

NL = Null Filter, SM = Send To Srm, UA = Unresolved ARP,


AP = Access List Permit, AD = Access List Deny, PR = ACL Permit Range,
DR = ACL Deny Range, IR = ICMP Redirect, IU = ICMP Unreachable,
TL = Ip Tunnel Loopback, TE = Ip Tunnel Decap, TN = Ip Tunnel Encap,
PP = Policy Route Permit, PD = Policy Route Deny, PT = Policy Tunnel,
IG = Ignore CAM use LME, PU = Ip to Mpls Push

Type VRF Dest Ip Address Src Ip Address Pro SP / DP / DS Interface FT QId


Type Code
InF 134.33.90.99 150.31.98.100 ip - - 0 - - IU
InF 172.50.1.100 150.31.94.11 ip - - 0 - - IU

The show ip filters command displays the following filter configuration information
for the acl, icmp, policy, qos, srm, and tunnel command options:

Dest Ip Address destination IP address for this filter


Src Ip Address source IP address for this filter
Pro first three characters of the routing
protocol acronym for this filter. For
example, OSPF is displayed as OSP.
SP source IP port for this filter

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DP destination IP port for this filter


FT Flow (classification) Type (FT).
Flow types include the following:
AP = Access List Permit
AD = Access List Deny
PR = ACL Permit Range
DR = ACL Deny Range
II = IP Ingress
IR = ICMP Redirect
IU = ICMP Unreachable
TL = IP Tunnel Loopback
TE = IP Tunnel Egress
TN = IP Tunnel
PP = Policy Route Permit
PD = Policy Route Deny
QS = QoS
SM = Send To Srm
NL = Drop
QId outgoing QoS queue ID number

The following additional filter configuration information is displayed for the policy
command option:

In If incoming TCP/UDP port number


associated with this filter entry
Out If outgoing TCP/UDP port number
associated with this filter entry
DS Diff-serv Code Point (differentiated
services)
Def default filter indicator

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Mac MAC address for the interface


Mtu Maximum Transmission Unit
(MTU) packet size allowed on the
interface

Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show ip filters [acl | icmp | policy | srm | summary | tunnel] [ | {begin | exclude |
include} {<WORD>} [ | {count | count-only}]]
show ip filters [acl | icmp | policy | qos | srm | summary | tunnel] [ | {count |
count-only}]

Command Syntax

acl display access list filters


icmp display ICMP filters
policy display policy routing filters
srm send filters to the SRM to
troubleshoot problems - for example,
this can be used in instances when
ARP is unresolved
summary display a summary of all Fast Path
filters - refer to show ip filters
summary
tunnel display IP tunneling filters
| turn on output modifiers (filters)

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begin filter for output that begins with the


specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show ip filters summary


The show ip filters summary command displays a summary of filter and routing
policy statistics for IP filters for the BSR 64000 POS OC-3/C12, Multi-Mode Gigabit
Ethernet (SX), Single-Mode Gigabit Ethernet (LX), or 10/100 Ethernet Network
Interface Modules (NIMs). The show ip filters summary command displays the
following filter summary statistics:

Flow Classification Type Flow Classification Types:


Null Filter
Access List Permit
Access List Deny
IP Ingress
IP Tunnel Egress
IP Tunnel Loopback
ICMP Redirect
ICMP Unreachable
IP Tunnel
Policy Route Permit
Policy Route Deny
Qos
Send To Srm
Number of Filters number of filters applied to each
Flow Classification Type
Slot BSR 64000 slot
Number of Filters number of filters applied to the
corresponding BSR 64000 slot

The following is an example of typical screen output from the show ip filters
summary command:

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Flow Classification Type Number of Filters


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

Null Filter 0
Send To Srm 0
Unresolved ARP 0
Access List Permit 0
Access List Deny 0
ACL Permit Range 0
ACL Deny Range 0
ICMP Redirect 0
ICMP Unreachable 1
Ip Tunnel Loopback 0
Ip Tunnel Decap 0
Ip Tunnel Encap 0
Policy Route Permit 0
Policy Route Deny 0
Policy Tunnel 0
Ignore CAM use LME 0
Ip to Mpls Push 0
------------------------- --------
total 1

Slot Number of Filters


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

15 1

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Command Mode
All modes except User EXEC

Command Line Usage


show ip filters summary [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} [ | {count |
count-only}]]
show ip filters summary [ | {count | count-only}]

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Command Syntax

| turn on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD the specified string
count count the number of outputted lines
count-only count the number of lines while
suppressing screen output

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show ip flows
The show ip flows command displays active TCP/UDP flows/connections including
servers.

PCB specifies the source physical address of the


flow or connection - PCB denotes printed
circuit board
Proto specifies the protocol used in this flow or
connection
Recv-Q specifies the number of packets received
Send-Q specifies the number of packets sentr
Local Address specifies the source IP address and UDP port
of the flow
Foreign Address specifies the destination IP address and UDP
port of the flow
(state) the state of the flow or connection
VPN the Virtual Private Network associated with
this flow or connection

The following is an example of typical screen output from the show ip flows
command:

Active Internet connections (including servers)


PCB Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address (state) VPN
--- ----- ------ ------ ------------- --------------- ------ ---
1fb10e8 TCP 56 54 150.31.20.10.23 10.14.37.103.39345 ESTABLISHED global
1fb0fd8 TCP 89 78 150.31.20.10.43 10.14.37.103.42034 ESTABLISHED global
1fb1060 TCP 45 23 150.31.20.10.67 10.14.37.103.54220 ESTABLISHED global
1fb0f50 UDP 101 0 127.0.0.1.161 0.0.0.0.0 LISTENING global

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Group Access
All

Command Mode
All modes

Command Line Usage


show ip flows [ | {begin | exclude | include} {<WORD>} | {count | count-only}]
show ip flows [ | {count | count-only}]

Command Syntax

| turns on output modifiers (filters)


begin filter for output that begins with the
specified string
exclude filter for output that excludes the
specified string
include filter for output that includes the
specified string
WORD