Paradyne CSU User Manual

Page of 470
FrameSaver
®
 SLV
9126, 9126-II, and 9128-II CSU/DSU,
and 9126-II Router
User’s Guide
Document No. 9128-A2-GB20-80
September 2002

Summary of Contents of user manual for Paradyne CSU

  • Page 1 FrameSaver® SLV 9126, 9126-II, and 9128-II CSU/DSU, and 9126-II Router User’s Guide Document No. 9128-A2-GB20-80 September 2002
  • Page 2Copyright © 2002 Paradyne Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A. Notice This publication is protected by federal copyright law....
  • Page 3: ContentsContents About This Guide „ Purpose and Intended Audience . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 4Contents 3 Configuration Procedures „ Basic Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 5 Contents „ Assigning Time Slots/Cross Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 6Contents „ Router Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 7 Contents „ Status Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 8Contents „ Troubleshooting Management Link Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 9 Contents „ Administering and Managing SLM Activations . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 10Contents B SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults „ MIB Support . . . . . . ....
  • Page 11 Contents „ Protocol and Port Designations . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 12Contents F Technical Specifications G Equipment List „ Equipment . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 13: About This GuideAbout This Guide Purpose and Intended Audience This document contains information needed to properly set up, configure, and verify operation...
  • Page 14About This Guide Section Description Chapter 9, Setting Up OpenLane Identifies where installation and setup information is for FrameSaver Devices...
  • Page 15 About This Guide Product-Related Documents Document Number Document Title Paradyne FrameSaver Documentation: 9000-A2-GN19 FrameSaver SLV ISDN Installation Instructions 9000-A2-GN1D...
  • Page 16About This Guide Conventions Used Convention Used When Used Italic To indicate variable information (for example, DLCI nnnn, where nnnn...
  • Page 17: 1. About the FrameSaver SLVAbout the FrameSaver SLV 1 This chapter includes the following: „ System Overview, below „ FrameSaver Diagnostic and SLM Feature...
  • Page 181. About the FrameSaver SLV CSU/DSU-Specific Features The following features only apply to the FrameSaver SLV 9126, 9126-II, and 9128-II...
  • Page 19 1. About the FrameSaver SLV „ CLI Access and Configuration. Provides a router Command Line Interface (CLI), along with...
  • Page 201. About the FrameSaver SLV FrameSaver Diagnostic and SLM Feature Sets Depending upon the model ordered, the FrameSaver unit has...
  • Page 21 1. About the FrameSaver SLV To obtain a Feature Activation Certificate, provide the model to be upgraded, your OpenLane...
  • Page 221. About the FrameSaver SLV „ Auto-Configuration. Provides the following automatic configuration features: — Time Slot Discovery – For automatic...
  • Page 23 1. About the FrameSaver SLV „ Integral Modem. Provides an internal 14.4 Kbps modem to support dialing in to...
  • Page 241. About the FrameSaver SLV „ DSX-1 Drop/Insert Port. Allows DTEs/PBXs that support the DS1 signal format to share the...
  • Page 25 1. About the FrameSaver SLV — When the SLV Sample Interval is set to 10 seconds, provides advance detection...
  • Page 261. About the FrameSaver SLV FrameSaver SLM Feature Set A FrameSaver SLV unit with the advanced SLM feature set provides...
  • Page 27 1. About the FrameSaver SLV OpenLane SLM System Being standards-based, the OpenLane SLM (Service Level Management) system can be...
  • Page 281. About the FrameSaver SLV NetScout Manager Plus and NetScout Probes Provides complete LAN and WAN traffic analysis and monitoring...
  • Page 29: 2. User Interface and Basic OperationUser Interface and Basic Operation 2 This chapter contains information about how to access, use, and navigate the menu-driven user...
  • Page 302. User Interface and Basic Operation Logging On Start a session using one of the following methods: „ Telnet session...
  • Page 31 2. User Interface and Basic Operation If your login was . . . Then the . . . Valid...
  • Page 322. User Interface and Basic Operation Main Menu Entry to all of the FrameSaver unit’s tasks begins at the Main...
  • Page 33 2. User Interface and Basic Operation Screen Work Areas There are two user work areas: „ Screen area –...
  • Page 342. User Interface and Basic Operation Navigating the Screens You can navigate the screens by: „ Using keyboard keys. „...
  • Page 35 2. User Interface and Basic Operation Function Keys All function keys (located in the lower part of the screen;...
  • Page 362. User Interface and Basic Operation Selecting from a Menu Procedure To select from a menu: 1. Tab or press...
  • Page 37 2. User Interface and Basic Operation Selecting a Field Once you reach the desired menu or screen, select a...
  • Page 382. User Interface and Basic Operation Navigating the Router’s CLI Access the FrameSaver DSL Router’s Command Line Interface by pressing...
  • Page 39: 3. Configuration ProceduresConfiguration Procedures 3 This chapter includes the following: „ Basic Configuration — Configuration Option Areas — Accessing and Displaying Configuration...
  • Page 403. Configuration Procedures Configuration Menu main/config 9128-II Device Name: Node A 5/26/2000 23:32 CONFIGURATION EDIT/DISPLAY System Network DSX-1 Data Ports...
  • Page 41 3. Configuration Procedures Configuration Option Areas The FrameSaver unit arrives with configured factory default settings, which are located in...
  • Page 423. Configuration Procedures Accessing and Displaying Configuration Options To access and display configuration options, load (copy) the applicable configuration option...
  • Page 43 3. Configuration Procedures Changing Configuration Options Procedure To change configuration option settings: 1. From the Configuration Edit/Display menu, select...
  • Page 443. Configuration Procedures Saving Configuration Options When changes to the configuration options are complete, use the Save function key to...
  • Page 45: 4. Configuration OptionsConfiguration Options 4 This chapter includes the following: „ Using the Easy Install Feature on page 4-3 „ Using RIP...
  • Page 464. Configuration Options — Configuring General System Options „ Configuring Physical Interfaces on page 4-34 — Configuring the Network Interface...
  • Page 47 4. Configuration Options Using the Easy Install Feature The Easy Install feature provides a straight-forward installation menu that requires...
  • Page 484. Configuration Options Using RIP with FrameSaver SLV CSU/DSUs Using the system’s standard Routing Information Protocol (RIP) feature, routing information...
  • Page 49 4. Configuration Options Entering System Information and Setting the System Clock Select System Information to set up or display...
  • Page 504. Configuration Options Setting Up the Modem The unit has an internal modem for dial-in access to the menu-driven user...
  • Page 51 4. Configuration Options Setting Up to Use the Modem PassThru Feature Dial-in access to the router is possible via...
  • Page 524. Configuration Options Setting Up Auto-Configuration The auto-configuration feature allows you to select a method of automatic configuration and connection...
  • Page 53 4. Configuration Options Selecting a Frame Relay Discovery Mode When a Frame Relay Discovery Mode is active, the FrameSaver...
  • Page 544. Configuration Options Discovery Mode Configuration Description NetOnly „ Auto-configuration of a network DLCI only; no Port-1 or PVC connections...
  • Page 55 4. Configuration Options When a Frame Relay Discovery Mode is changed and saved, the Saving will cause Auto-Configuration to...
  • Page 564. Configuration Options Setting Up Dial Backup When configuring units with ISDN backup capability, the following guidelines apply: „ Central...
  • Page 57 4. Configuration Options Setting Up Automatic Backup Configuration The Automatic Backup Configuration feature is used to automatically create alternate...
  • Page 584. Configuration Options When the Automatic Backup Configuration setting is changed, the following prompts appear. No is the default for...
  • Page 59 4. Configuration Options The following prompt When the . . . appears . . . If you select ....
  • Page 604. Configuration Options Modifying ISDN Link Profiles Once an ISDN Link Profile is configured using the Automatic Backup Configuration feature,...
  • Page 61 4. Configuration Options Restricting Automatic Backup and Configuring Backup Timers You can specify when auto backup is allowed to...
  • Page 624. Configuration Options Configuring the DBM Interface to Send SNMP Traps The ISDN DBM interface can be specified as an...
  • Page 63 4. Configuration Options PVC Backup Over the Network Interface Generally, backup can be performed on the network interface’s frame...
  • Page 644. Configuration Options Configuration Option Tables Configuration option descriptions contained in this chapter are in menu order, even though this...
  • Page 65 4. Configuration Options Configuring the Overall System The System menu options are explained in the following sections: „ Configuring...
  • Page 664. Configuration Options Table 4-1. System Frame Relay and LMI Options (2 of 4) LMI Behavior (continued) Net1-FR1_Follows_Port-1 – Brings...
  • Page 67 4. Configuration Options Table 4-1. System Frame Relay and LMI Options (3 of 4) LMI Error Event (N2) Possible...
  • Page 684. Configuration Options Table 4-1. System Frame Relay and LMI Options (4 of 4) LMI N4 Measurement Period (T3) Possible...
  • Page 69 4. Configuration Options Configuring Class of Service Definitions Select Class of Service Definitions from the System menu to display...
  • Page 704. Configuration Options 8. Select Save, then select PgDn or PgUp. The Class of Service Definitions page reappears. In the...
  • Page 71 4. Configuration Options Code Point Definitions Select Class of Service Definitions from the System menu, then PgDn or PgUp,...
  • Page 724. Configuration Options Configuring Service Level Verification Options SLV options are selected from the System menu (see Table 4-4, Service...
  • Page 73 4. Configuration Options Table 4-4. Service Level Verification Options (2 of 3) SLV Delivery Ratio Possible Settings: Enable, Disable...
  • Page 744. Configuration Options Table 4-4. Service Level Verification Options (3 of 3) SLV Round Trip Latency Error Threshold (ms) Available...
  • Page 75 4. Configuration Options Configuring General System Options Select General from the System menu to configure the general system configuration...
  • Page 764. Configuration Options Table 4-5. General System Options (2 of 3) Secondary Clock Source Possible Settings: Net1, DSX, Internal, DBM...
  • Page 77 4. Configuration Options Table 4-5. General System Options (3 of 3) System Alarm Relay Possible Settings: Enable, Disable Default...
  • Page 784. Configuration Options Configuring Physical Interfaces Characteristics for physical interfaces are explained in the following sections: „ Configuring the Network...
  • Page 79 4. Configuration Options Table 4-6. Network Physical Interface Options (2 of 4) Line Build Out (LBO) Possible Settings: 0.0,...
  • Page 804. Configuration Options Table 4-6. Network Physical Interface Options (3 of 4) Network Initiated PLB Possible Settings: Enable, Disable Default...
  • Page 81 4. Configuration Options Table 4-6. Network Physical Interface Options (4 of 4) Excessive Error Rate Threshold Possible Settings: 10E-4,...
  • Page 824. Configuration Options Configuring a User Data Port (CSU/DSUs) Select Physical from the Data Ports menu to display or change...
  • Page 83 4. Configuration Options Table 4-7. Data Port Physical Interface Options (2 of 5) Max Port Rate (Kbps) Possible Settings:...
  • Page 844. Configuration Options Table 4-7. Data Port Physical Interface Options (3 of 5) Monitor RTS (Control) Possible Settings: Enable, Disable...
  • Page 85 4. Configuration Options Table 4-7. Data Port Physical Interface Options (4 of 5) Port (DTE) Initiated Loopbacks Possible Settings:...
  • Page 864. Configuration Options Table 4-7. Data Port Physical Interface Options (5 of 5) Action on Network Yellow Alarm Possible Settings:...
  • Page 87 4. Configuration Options Configuring the DSX-1 Interface Select DSX-1 to display or change the physical configuration options when a...
  • Page 884. Configuration Options Table 4-8. DSX-1 Physical Interface Options (2 of 2) Line Equalization Possible Settings: 0–133, 133–266, 266–399, 399–533,...
  • Page 89 4. Configuration Options Configuring the ISDN DBM Interface For models with ISDN backup capability, select Physical from the ISDN...
  • Page 904. Configuration Options Refer to the Table 4-10 when configuring a PRI DBM. Table 4-10. ISDN PRI DBM Physical Interface...
  • Page 91 4. Configuration Options Table 4-10. ISDN PRI DBM Physical Interface Options (2 of 3) Line Build Out (LBO) Possible...
  • Page 924. Configuration Options Table 4-10. ISDN PRI DBM Physical Interface Options (3 of 3) Excessive Error Rate Threshold Possible Settings:...
  • Page 93 4. Configuration Options Setting Up ISDN Link Profiles For models with ISDN backup capability, select ISDN Link Profiles from...
  • Page 944. Configuration Options Table 4-11. ISDN Link Profile Options (2 of 3) Outbound Phone Number Possible Settings: 0 – 9,...
  • Page 95 4. Configuration Options Table 4-11. ISDN Link Profile Options (3 of 3) Caller Identification Method Possible Settings: Caller ID,...
  • Page 964. Configuration Options Assigning Frame Relay Time Slots to the Network Interface Before assigning network time slots for use by...
  • Page 97 4. Configuration Options Time Slot Assignment Rule: Valid network time slots are either Available or contain a Frame Relay...
  • Page 984. Configuration Options DSX-1 to Network Time Slot Assignment Screen Example (Page 1) main/config/tslot_assign/dsx 9128-II Device Name: Node A 5/26/1999...
  • Page 99 4. Configuration Options Procedure 1. Follow this menu selection sequence: Configuration → Time Slot Assignment→ DSX-to-Network Assignments The DSX-1...
  • Page 1004. Configuration Options Only those DSX-1-to-Network assignments from page 1 are displayed on this page, from left to right and...
  • Page 101 4. Configuration Options Table 4-12. Signaling and Trunk Conditioning Values (2 of 3) Network Side Meanings DSX-1 Side E&M-idle...
  • Page 1024. Configuration Options Table 4-12. Signaling and Trunk Conditioning Values (3 of 3) Network Side Meanings DSX-1 Side PLAR3idle The...
  • Page 103 4. Configuration Options Assigning a Synchronous Data Port to Network or DSX-1 Time Slots For a FrameSaver SLV 9128-II,...
  • Page 1044. Configuration Options For easy movement between screens, select the FrAssign function key to go directly to the Frame Relay...
  • Page 105 4. Configuration Options Configuring Frame Relay for an Interface Select Frame Relay from the interface’s menu to display or...
  • Page 1064. Configuration Options Table 4-13. Interface Frame Relay Options (2 of 3) Traffic Policing Possible Settings: Enable, Disable Default Setting:...
  • Page 107 4. Configuration Options Table 4-13. Interface Frame Relay Options (3 of 3) LMI Clearing Event (N3) Possible Settings: 1,...
  • Page 1084. Configuration Options Manually Configuring DLCI Records The Auto-Configuration feature automatically configures DLCI Records and their PVC Connections. DLCI Records...
  • Page 109 4. Configuration Options Table 4-14. DLCI Record Options (2 of 4) DLCI Type Possible Settings: Standard, Multiplexed, IP Enabled...
  • Page 1104. Configuration Options Table 4-14. DLCI Record Options (3 of 4) Bc Possible Settings: 0 – 1536000 Default Setting: 0...
  • Page 111 4. Configuration Options Table 4-14. DLCI Record Options (4 of 4) Backup Group Possible Settings: A, B, C, ....
  • Page 1124. Configuration Options Configuring PVC Connections The Auto-Configuration feature automatically configures PVC Connections and their DLCI Records. PVC Connections can...
  • Page 113 4. Configuration Options Table 4-15. PVC Connection Options (2 of 4) Source EDLCI Possible Settings: 0 – 62 Default...
  • Page 1144. Configuration Options Table 4-15. PVC Connection Options (3 of 4) Primary Destination EDLCI Possible Settings: 0 – 62 Default...
  • Page 115 4. Configuration Options Table 4-15. PVC Connection Options (4 of 4) Alternate Destination EDLCI Possible Settings: 0 – 62...
  • Page 1164. Configuration Options Configuring the IP Path List Select IP Path List (Static) from the Configuration Edit/Display menu to display...
  • Page 117 4. Configuration Options Setting Up Management and Communication Options Management and Communications options are explained in the following sections:...
  • Page 1184. Configuration Options Configuring Node IP Information Select Node IP to display, add, or change the information necessary to support...
  • Page 119 4. Configuration Options Table 4-17. Node IP Options (2 of 3) Default IP Destination Possible Settings: None, Modem, COM,...
  • Page 1204. Configuration Options Table 4-17. Node IP Options (3 of 3) TS Management Link Access Level Available Settings: Level-1, Level-2,...
  • Page 121 4. Configuration Options Configuring Management PVCs Select Management PVCs to define inband management links by adding or changing Management...
  • Page 1224. Configuration Options Table 4-18. Management PVC Options (2 of 6) Payload Managed Possible Settings: Enable, Disable Default Setting: Disable...
  • Page 123 4. Configuration Options Table 4-18. Management PVC Options (3 of 6) Primary Link Possible Settings: Net1-FR1, Port-n, Rtr-S0, ISDN...
  • Page 1244. Configuration Options Table 4-18. Management PVC Options (4 of 6) Primary EDLCI Possible Settings: 0 – 62 Default Setting:...
  • Page 125 4. Configuration Options Table 4-18. Management PVC Options (5 of 6) Alternate Link Possible Settings: Net1-FR1, Port-n, ISDN Link...
  • Page 1264. Configuration Options Table 4-18. Management PVC Options (6 of 6) Encapsulation Possible Settings: Routed Default Setting: Routed This read-only...
  • Page 127 4. Configuration Options Configuring General SNMP Management Select General SNMP Management to add, change, or delete the information needed...
  • Page 1284. Configuration Options Table 4-19. General SNMP Management Options (2 of 2) Name 2 Access Possible Settings: Read, Read/Write Default...
  • Page 129 4. Configuration Options Table 4-20. Telnet and FTP Session Options (1 of 2) Telnet Session Possible Settings: Enable, Disable...
  • Page 1304. Configuration Options Table 4-20. Telnet and FTP Session Options (2 of 2) Inactivity Timeout Possible Settings: Enable, Disable Default...
  • Page 131 4. Configuration Options Configuring SNMP NMS Security Select SNMP NMS Security from the Management and Communication menu to display,...
  • Page 1324. Configuration Options Table 4-21. SNMP NMS Security Options (2 of 2) Access Type Possible Settings: Read, Read/Write Default Setting:...
  • Page 133 4. Configuration Options Table 4-22. SNMP Traps and Trap Dial-Out Options (2 of 6) NMS n IP Address Possible...
  • Page 1344. Configuration Options Table 4-22. SNMP Traps and Trap Dial-Out Options (3 of 6) Enterprise Specific Traps Possible Settings: Enable,...
  • Page 135 4. Configuration Options Table 4-22. SNMP Traps and Trap Dial-Out Options (4 of 6) DLCI Traps on Interfaces –...
  • Page 1364. Configuration Options Table 4-22. SNMP Traps and Trap Dial-Out Options (5 of 6) Trap Dial-Out Possible Settings: Enable, Disable...
  • Page 137 4. Configuration Options Table 4-22. SNMP Traps and Trap Dial-Out Options (6 of 6) Alternate Dial-Out Directory Possible Settings:...
  • Page 1384. Configuration Options Configuring Ethernet Management For the FrameSaver SLV 9126-II or 9128-II, select Ethernet Management from the Management and...
  • Page 139 4. Configuration Options Table 4-23. Ethernet Management Options (2 of 2) Default Gateway Address Possible Settings: 001.000.000.000 – 223.255.255.255,...
  • Page 1404. Configuration Options Configuring the Communication Port Select Communication Port from the Management and Communication menu to display or change...
  • Page 141 4. Configuration Options Table 4-24. Communication Port Options (2 of 5) Parity Possible Settings: None, Even, Odd Default Setting:...
  • Page 1424. Configuration Options Table 4-24. Communication Port Options (3 of 5) Port Access Level Possible Settings: Level-1, Level-2, Level-3 Default...
  • Page 143 4. Configuration Options Table 4-24. Communication Port Options (4 of 5) IP Address Possible Settings: 001.000.000.000 – 223.255.255.255, Clear...
  • Page 1444. Configuration Options Table 4-24. Communication Port Options (5 of 5) Link Protocol Possible Settings: PPP, SLIP Default Setting: PPP...
  • Page 145 4. Configuration Options Table 4-25. Modem Port Options (2 of 4) Login Required Possible Settings: Enable, Disable Default Setting:...
  • Page 1464. Configuration Options Table 4-25. Modem Port Options (3 of 4) Disconnect Time (Minutes) Possible Settings: 1 – 60 Default...
  • Page 147 4. Configuration Options Table 4-25. Modem Port Options (4 of 4) Alternate IP Address Possible Settings: 001.000.000.000 – 223.255.255.255,...
  • Page 1484. Configuration Options Configuring the Criteria for Automatic Backup For units with an ISDN DBM, follow this menu selection sequence...
  • Page 149 4. Configuration Options Table 4-26. Auto Backup Criteria Options (2 of 2) When Auto Backup Allowed Possible Settings: Always,...
  • Page 1504. Configuration Options 4-106 September 2002 9128-A2-GB20-80
  • Page 151: 5. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV RouterConfiguring the FrameSaver SLV Router 5 This chapter includes the following: „ FrameSaver SLV Router Overview on page 5-2 „...
  • Page 1525. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router FrameSaver SLV Router Overview The FrameSaver SLV Router supports locally attached hosts or subnets...
  • Page 153 5. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router IP Routing The router uses destination-based routing. IP routing tables are maintained for...
  • Page 1545. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router Interface Configuration The following examples require that IP addresses have been assigned to the...
  • Page 155 5. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router Network Address Translation Network Address Translation (NAT) is used when a private network’s...
  • Page 1565. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router NAT Configuration Example NAT Example Server Public IP Public Addresses 10.1.3.1 10.1.1.1 Network FrameSaver...
  • Page 157 5. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router Procedure To set up NAT: 1. From the Main Menu screen, press Ctrl-a...
  • Page 1585. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router Network Address Port Translation Network Address Port Translation (NAPT) allows multiple clients in a...
  • Page 159 5. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router Procedure To set up NAPT: 1. From the Main Menu screen, press Ctrl-a...
  • Page 1605. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router NAT and NAPT Configuration Example The router can be configured for NAT and NAPT...
  • Page 161 5. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Server The router provides a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol...
  • Page 1625. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router DHCP Server with NAT Configuration Example NAT with DHCP Server FrameSaver SLV Router Private...
  • Page 163 5. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router DHCP Server at Remote Site Configuration Example DHCP Server at Remote Site Customer...
  • Page 1645. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router Router Security The router offers security via the following: „ Filtering can be enabled...
  • Page 165 5. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router IP Filtering When NAT is enabled and the IP filters are active, filtering...
  • Page 1665. Configuring the FrameSaver SLV Router Configuring the Router Using Terminal Emulation The CLI is available via a Telnet session...
  • Page 167: 6. Security and LoginsSecurity and Logins 6 This chapter includes the following: „ Limiting Access on page 6-2 „ Controlling Asynchronous Terminal Access...
  • Page 1686. Security and Logins Limiting Access The FrameSaver unit provides access security on the following interfaces: „ Asynchronous terminal „...
  • Page 169 6. Security and Logins Procedure To limit asynchronous terminal access to the menu-driven user interface: 1. Select the appropriate...
  • Page 1706. Security and Logins Limiting Dial-In Access via the Modem Port The modem port is already configured for dial-in and...
  • Page 171 6. Security and Logins Controlling ISDN Access FrameSaver units with the built-in DBM limit access through the following methods:...
  • Page 1726. Security and Logins Controlling Telnet or FTP Access The FrameSaver unit provides several methods for limiting access via a...
  • Page 173 6. Security and Logins Limiting FTP Access FTP access can be limited by: „ Disabling FTP access completely. „...
  • Page 1746. Security and Logins Limiting Telnet or FTP Access Over the TS Access Management Link Procedure To limit Telnet or...
  • Page 175 6. Security and Logins Controlling SNMP Access The FrameSaver unit supports SNMP Version 1, which provides limited security through...
  • Page 1766. Security and Logins Assigning SNMP Community Names and Access Levels The FrameSaver unit supports the SNMP protocol and can...
  • Page 177 6. Security and Logins Limiting SNMP Access Through IP Addresses An additional level of security is provided by: „...
  • Page 1786. Security and Logins Creating a Login A login is required if security is enabled. Security is enabled by the...
  • Page 179 6. Security and Logins Modifying a Login Logins are modified by deleting the incorrect login and creating a new...
  • Page 1806. Security and Logins Controlling Router CLI Access The FrameSaver SLV 9126-II Router can be managed from an NMS using...
  • Page 181 6. Security and Logins Changing Access Levels The Operator and Administrator have the same Login ID with different passwords...
  • Page 1826. Security and Logins 6-16 September 2002 9128-A2-GB20-80
  • Page 183: 7. Operation and MaintenanceOperation and Maintenance 7 This chapter includes the following: „ Displaying System Information on page 7-3 „ Viewing LEDs and...
  • Page 1847. Operation and Maintenance „ Trap Event Log on page 7-69 „ Modem Operation on page 7-70 — Activating the...
  • Page 185 7. Operation and Maintenance Displaying System Information Use the Identity screen to view identification information about the FrameSaver unit....
  • Page 1867. Operation and Maintenance View this field . . . To find the . . . ISDN DBM Card Type...
  • Page 187 7. Operation and Maintenance FrameSaver SLV 9126 LEDs and Control Leads The FrameSaver SLV 9126-A1 unit’s faceplate includes LEDs...
  • Page 1887. Operation and Maintenance To access the Display LEDs and Control Leads screen: Main Menu → Status → Display LEDs...
  • Page 189 7. Operation and Maintenance FrameSaver SLV 9128-II LEDs and Control Leads The FrameSaver SLV 9128-II faceplate includes 12 LEDs...
  • Page 1907. Operation and Maintenance LED Descriptions Table 7-1, General Status LEDs, identifies the alarms that cause the Alarm LED to...
  • Page 191 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-1. General Status LEDs (2 of 2) Label Indiction Color What It Means ALM...
  • Page 1927. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-2. Network, DSX, or PRI Interface LEDs Label Indication Color What It Means SIG Signal...
  • Page 193 7. Operation and Maintenance Control Lead Descriptions See Table 7-2, Network, DSX, or PRI Interface LEDs, for descriptions of...
  • Page 1947. Operation and Maintenance Device Messages These messages appear in the messages area at the bottom of the screens. All...
  • Page 195 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-6. Device Messages (2 of 6) Message What It Indicates What To Do Duplicate...
  • Page 1967. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-6. Device Messages (3 of 6) Message What It Indicates What To Do Invalid Password...
  • Page 197 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-6. Device Messages (4 of 6) Message What It Indicates What To Do No...
  • Page 1987. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-6. Device Messages (5 of 6) Message What It Indicates What To Do Please Wait...
  • Page 199 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-6. Device Messages (6 of 6) Message What It Indicates What To Do Value...
  • Page 2007. Operation and Maintenance Status Information Status information is useful when monitoring the FrameSaver unit. The following illustration shows the...
  • Page 201 7. Operation and Maintenance System and Test Status Messages System and test status information is selected from the Status...
  • Page 2027. Operation and Maintenance Health and Status Messages The following table provides Health and Status messages that apply to the...
  • Page 203 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-8. Health and Status Messages (2 of 7) Message What It Indicates DBM Download...
  • Page 2047. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-8. Health and Status Messages (3 of 7) Message What It Indicates ISDN Link Profile...
  • Page 205 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-8. Health and Status Messages (4 of 7) Message What It Indicates LOS at...
  • Page 2067. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-8. Health and Status Messages (5 of 7) Message What It Indicates OOF at ISDN...
  • Page 207 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-8. Health and Status Messages (6 of 7) Message What It Indicates RLB Active,...
  • Page 2087. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-8. Health and Status Messages (7 of 7) Message What It Indicates Timeslot Discovery in...
  • Page 209 7. Operation and Maintenance Test Status Messages These test messages appear in the right column of the System and...
  • Page 2107. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-9. Test Status Messages (2 of 2) Message What It Indicates 2 Monitor Pttn Active,...
  • Page 211 7. Operation and Maintenance Network LMI-Reported DLCIs Status Network LMI-reported DLCI statuses are selected from the Status menu. Main...
  • Page 2127. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-10. Network LMI-Reported DLCIs Status Field Status What It Indicates DLCI 16 through 1007 Identifies...
  • Page 213 7. Operation and Maintenance IP Path Connection Status IP Path Connection Status is selected from the Status menu. Main...
  • Page 2147. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-11. IP Path Connection Status Field Status What It Indicates DLCI 16 through 1007 The...
  • Page 215 7. Operation and Maintenance PVC Connection Status PVC connection statuses are selected from the Status menu. Main Menu →...
  • Page 2167. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-12. PVC Connection Status (1 of 2) Field Status What It Indicates Link Identifies the...
  • Page 217 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-12. PVC Connection Status (2 of 2) Field Status What It Indicates Status Identifies...
  • Page 2187. Operation and Maintenance Time Slot Assignment Status Time slot assignments are made using the Time Slot Assignment configuration option....
  • Page 219 7. Operation and Maintenance The following information is available for network interface time slots (N01– N24). The Cross Connect...
  • Page 2207. Operation and Maintenance The following information is available for DSX-1 interface time slots (D01– D24): The Cross Connect Status...
  • Page 221 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-13. DBM Interface Status (1 of 3) Field Status What It Indicates Line Status...
  • Page 2227. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-13. DBM Interface Status (2 of 3) Field Status What It Indicates Line Status Call...
  • Page 223 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-13. DBM Interface Status (3 of 3) Field Status What It Indicates Call Status...
  • Page 2247. Operation and Maintenance Most Recent and Previous Cause Value Messages The following Cause Value Messages are presented in alphabetical...
  • Page 225 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-14. Most Recent and Previous Cause Value Messages (2 of 6) Cause Message No....
  • Page 2267. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-14. Most Recent and Previous Cause Value Messages (3 of 6) Cause Message No. What...
  • Page 227 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-14. Most Recent and Previous Cause Value Messages (4 of 6) Cause Message No....
  • Page 2287. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-14. Most Recent and Previous Cause Value Messages (5 of 6) Cause Message No. What...
  • Page 229 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-14. Most Recent and Previous Cause Value Messages (6 of 6) Cause Message No....
  • Page 2307. Operation and Maintenance IP Routing Table The IP Routing Table shows all the routes configured in the FrameSaver unit....
  • Page 231 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-15. IP Routing Table Values (2 of 2) Column What It Indicates Type The...
  • Page 2327. Operation and Maintenance Performance Statistics Use the Performance Statistics menu to display statistical information for a selected interface. Statistical...
  • Page 233 7. Operation and Maintenance Clearing Performance Statistics Performance statistics counters can be reset to the baseline when using a...
  • Page 2347. Operation and Maintenance Service Level Verification Performance Statistics These statistics appear when Service Level Verification (SLV) is selected from...
  • Page 235 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-16. SLV Performance Statistics for Multiplexed DLCI (2 of 3) Statistic What It Indicates...
  • Page 2367. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-16. SLV Performance Statistics for Multiplexed DLCI (3 of 3) Statistic What It Indicates Latest...
  • Page 237 7. Operation and Maintenance For an IP Enabled DLCI, statistics are shown for last, minimum, average, and maximum round...
  • Page 2387. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-17. SLV Performance Statistics for IP Enabled DLCI (2 of 2) Statistic What It Indicates...
  • Page 239 7. Operation and Maintenance DLCI Performance Statistics These statistics appear when DLCI is selected from the Performance Statistics menu....
  • Page 2407. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-18. DLCI Performance Statistics (2 of 2) Statistic What It Indicates Total Rx Frames/ Total...
  • Page 241 7. Operation and Maintenance Additional Performance Statistics for IP Enabled DLCI If the selected DLCI is IP Enabled, the...
  • Page 2427. Operation and Maintenance Frame Relay Performance Statistics The following statistics appear when Frame Relay is selected from the Performance...
  • Page 243 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-20. Frame Relay Performance Statistics (2 of 4) Statistic What It Indicates Frame Relay...
  • Page 2447. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-20. Frame Relay Performance Statistics (3 of 4) Statistic What It Indicates Frame Relay LMI...
  • Page 245 7. Operation and Maintenance Table 7-20. Frame Relay Performance Statistics (4 of 4) Statistic What It Indicates Frame Relay...
  • Page 2467. Operation and Maintenance ESF Line Performance Statistics These statistics appear when ESF Line is selected from the Performance Statistics...
  • Page 247 7. Operation and Maintenance ESF Line Performance Statistics Screen Example main/status/performance/esf 9128-II Device Name: Node A 05/26/2000 23:32 Network...
  • Page 2487. Operation and Maintenance The following performance statistics are collected for ESF line conditions. Table 7-21. ESF Line Condition Performance...
  • Page 249 7. Operation and Maintenance DBM Call Performance Statistics When an ISDN DBM is installed, these statistics are available for...
  • Page 2507. Operation and Maintenance Ethernet Performance Statistics The following statistics appear when Ethernet is selected from the Performance Statistics menu....
  • Page 251 7. Operation and Maintenance Trap Event Log The Trap Event Log displays all traps stored in the SNMP trap...
  • Page 2527. Operation and Maintenance Modem Operation This section includes the following: „ Activating the Modem PassThru Feature „ Canceling Modem...
  • Page 253 7. Operation and Maintenance Manually Disconnecting the Modem If Trap Disconnect is disabled, a modem connection remains until it...
  • Page 2547. Operation and Maintenance ISDN DBM Operation The following sections only apply to units with an ISDN DBM: „ Forcing...
  • Page 255 7. Operation and Maintenance Placing a Test Call (Nondisruptive) Use this procedure to test the ISDN path to each...
  • Page 2567. Operation and Maintenance Verifying ISDN Lines Use either of the following methods to verify operation of the ISDN lines....
  • Page 257 7. Operation and Maintenance FTP File Transfers The FrameSaver unit supports a standard File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server over...
  • Page 2587. Operation and Maintenance Procedure To initiate an FTP session: 1. Start the FTP client program on your host. For...
  • Page 259 7. Operation and Maintenance Upgrading System Software If you need to upgrade the FrameSaver unit’s program code, you must...
  • Page 2607. Operation and Maintenance Upgrading ISDN BRI DBM Software A separate download to update PRI DBM functionality is not necessary;...
  • Page 261 7. Operation and Maintenance Determining Whether a Download Is Completed To see whether a download has completed, check the...
  • Page 2627. Operation and Maintenance Transferring Collected Data SLV user history statistics and LMI packet capture data can be uploaded to...
  • Page 263 7. Operation and Maintenance Turning Off the System Alarm Relay For carrier-mounted FrameSaver units, an alarm system relay is...
  • Page 2647. Operation and Maintenance 7-82 September 2002 9128-A2-GB20-80
  • Page 265: 8. TroubleshootingTroubleshooting 8 This chapter includes the following: „ Problem Indicators on page 8-2 „ Resetting the Unit and Restoring Communication...
  • Page 2668. Troubleshooting „ Physical Tests on page 8-26 — Line Loopback — Payload Loopback — Repeater Loopback — DTE Loopback...
  • Page 267 8. Troubleshooting Resetting the Unit and Restoring Communication You can reset the unit in one of four ways: „...
  • Page 2688. Troubleshooting Restoring Communication with an Improperly Configured Unit Configuring the unit improperly could render the menu-driven user interface inaccessible....
  • Page 269 8. Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Management Link Feature A dedicated troubleshooting management link is available to help service providers isolate device...
  • Page 2708. Troubleshooting Viewing Captured Packets from the Menu-Driven User Interface The twelve most recent LMI events are stored in the...
  • Page 271 8. Troubleshooting Alarms The following table describes the alarm conditions that will generate an SNMP trap for a physical...
  • Page 2728. Troubleshooting Table 8-1. Alarm Conditions (2 of 7) Alarm Condition What It Indicates What To Do EER at Network...
  • Page 273 8. Troubleshooting Table 8-1. Alarm Conditions (3 of 7) Alarm Condition What It Indicates What To Do Link Profile...
  • Page 2748. Troubleshooting Table 8-1. Alarm Conditions (4 of 7) Alarm Condition What It Indicates What To Do LOS at DSX-1...
  • Page 275 8. Troubleshooting Table 8-1. Alarm Conditions (5 of 7) Alarm Condition What It Indicates What To Do OOF at...
  • Page 2768. Troubleshooting Table 8-1. Alarm Conditions (6 of 7) Alarm Condition What It Indicates What To Do Secondary Clock A...
  • Page 277 8. Troubleshooting Table 8-1. Alarm Conditions (7 of 7) Alarm Condition What It Indicates What To Do Suboptimal Link...
  • Page 2788. Troubleshooting Viewing the Trap Event Log The Trap Event Log displays all traps stored in the SNMP trap event...
  • Page 279 8. Troubleshooting Table 8-2. Device Problems (2 of 2) Symptom Possible Cause Solutions Cannot access the unit Login or...
  • Page 2808. Troubleshooting Frame Relay PVC Problems Table 8-3. Frame Relay PVC Problems Symptom Possible Cause Solutions No receipt or Cross...
  • Page 281 8. Troubleshooting ISDN DBM Problems Table 8-4. ISDN DBM Problems Symptom Possible Cause Solutions Cannot connect to the Misconfiguration...
  • Page 2828. Troubleshooting Tests Available The following tests are available to a FrameSaver SLV 9126, 9128, or 9128-II. Test Menu Example...
  • Page 283 8. Troubleshooting Test Timeout Feature A Test Timeout feature is available to automatically terminate a test (as opposed to...
  • Page 2848. Troubleshooting Starting and Stopping a Test Use this procedure to start, monitor, or abort specific tests. To abort all...
  • Page 285 8. Troubleshooting Aborting All Tests Use the Abort All Tests selection from the Test menu to abort all tests...
  • Page 2868. Troubleshooting PVC Tests PVC tests can be run on a requested DLCI for a selected interface. „ When PVC...
  • Page 287 8. Troubleshooting PVC Loopback The PVC Loopback loops frames back to the selected interface on a per-PVC basis. This...
  • Page 2888. Troubleshooting Send Pattern This test sends packets filled with a hexadecimal 55 test pattern and sequence number over the...
  • Page 289 8. Troubleshooting Connectivity Connectivity is a proprietary method that determines whether the FrameSaver device at the other end of...
  • Page 2908. Troubleshooting Physical Tests Physical tests require the participation of your network service provider. Main Menu → Test → [Network...
  • Page 291 8. Troubleshooting Line Loopback The Line Loopback (LLB) loops the information received on the selected interface back to the...
  • Page 2928. Troubleshooting Payload Loopback The Payload Loopback (PLB) loops the information received on the selected interface back to the network...
  • Page 293 8. Troubleshooting Repeater Loopback The Repeater Loopback (RLB) loops data received from the data ports and the DSX-1 interface...
  • Page 2948. Troubleshooting DTE Loopback The DTE external Loopback (DTLB) test loops the received signal on a DTE interface back to...
  • Page 295 8. Troubleshooting Send Line Loopback The remote Line Loopback (LLB) up and down codes are in-band codes that allow...
  • Page 2968. Troubleshooting Data Channel Loopbacks on a Frame Relay Link A network-initiated Data Channel Loopback (DCLB) loops data over the...
  • Page 297 8. Troubleshooting Send Remote Line Loopback The remote Line Loopback (LLB) up and down codes are in-band codes that...
  • Page 2988. Troubleshooting Send and Monitor Pattern Tests The pattern tests enable a FrameSaver unit to either send or monitor a...
  • Page 299 8. Troubleshooting IP Ping Test An IP Ping test can be run to test connectivity between the FrameSaver unit...
  • Page 3008. Troubleshooting Table 8-5. Ping Options (1 of 3) Target IP Address Possible Settings: 000.000.000.001–126.000.000.000, 128.000.000.000–223.255.255.255 Default Setting: 000.000.000.000 Specifies...
  • Page 301 8. Troubleshooting Table 8-5. Ping Options (2 of 3) Source IP Address Available Settings: Automatic, Special Default Setting: Automatic...
  • Page 3028. Troubleshooting Table 8-5. Ping Options (3 of 3) Response Timeout Available Settings: 1–60 Default Setting: 2 Specifies the amount...
  • Page 303 8. Troubleshooting IP Ping Test – Procedure 1 Procedure To ping any far-end FrameSaver unit: 1. Select the IP...
  • Page 3048. Troubleshooting IP Ping Test – Procedure 2 Procedure To ping the NMS at the central site: 1. Verify that...
  • Page 305: 9. Setting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM FeaturesSetting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM Features 9 This chapter includes: „ OpenLane Support of FrameSaver Devices...
  • Page 3069. Setting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM Features OpenLane Support of FrameSaver Devices The OpenLane Service Level...
  • Page 307 9. Setting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM Features Setting Up FrameSaver Support With OpenLane SLM’s extensive...
  • Page 3089. Setting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM Features Ordering SLM Feature Set Activations When advanced SLM functionality...
  • Page 309 9. Setting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM Features The Activation Certificate An Activation Certificate will be...
  • Page 3109. Setting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM Features Administering and Managing SLM Activations The OpenLane SLM system...
  • Page 311 9. Setting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM Features Entering an Activation Certificate Once you receive an...
  • Page 3129. Setting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM Features Scheduling Activations You can activate one, many, or all...
  • Page 313 9. Setting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM Features Checking the Status of Scheduled Activations You can...
  • Page 3149. Setting Up OpenLane for FrameSaver Devices and Activating SLM Features 9-10 September 2002 9128-A2-GB20-80
  • Page 315: 10. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver DevicesSetting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices 10 This chapter includes NetScout Manager Plus information as it relates to...
  • Page 31610. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Preparation Before getting started, you need to copy some OpenLane directories...
  • Page 317 10. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Configuring NetScout Manager Plus For the NetScout Manager Plus main...
  • Page 31810. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Adding FrameSaver SLV Units to the NetScout Manager Plus Network Procedure...
  • Page 319 10. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Verifying Domains and Groups Procedure 1. From the NetScout Manager...
  • Page 32010. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Correcting Domains and Groups Properties need to be edited when not...
  • Page 321 10. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices 3. To add a FrameSaver SLV-supported domain or correct property...
  • Page 32210. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Adding SLV Alarms Using a Template Once DLCIs have been discovered,...
  • Page 323 10. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Editing Alarms Procedure 1. From the NetScout Manager Plus main...
  • Page 32410. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices 4. Edit any trap defaults that may be required. See Step...
  • Page 325 10. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Adding SLV Alarms Manually Once DLCIs have been discovered, SLV...
  • Page 32610. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices 4. Click on the ... button to the right of indicated...
  • Page 327 10. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Creating History Files Up to 14 additional user history tables...
  • Page 32810. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Procedure 1. Open a terminal window and go to $NSHOME/usr. 2....
  • Page 329 10. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Installing the User-Defined History Files Once the user-defined history files...
  • Page 33010. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Monitoring a DLCI’s History Data Once the monitoring variables have been...
  • Page 331 10. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices 5. Select History List from the View menu. The History...
  • Page 33210. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Using the 2D or 3D Bar to view the user history...
  • Page 333 10. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Procedure 1. Select the Traffic radio button to monitor the...
  • Page 33410. Setting Up NetScout Manager Plus for FrameSaver Devices Statistical Windows Supported Not all icons that appear on the NetScout...
  • Page 335: 11. Setting Up Network Health for FrameSaver DevicesSetting Up Network Health for FrameSaver Devices 11 FrameSaver units are compatible with Concord Communication’s Network Health software. In addition,...
  • Page 33611. Setting Up Network Health for FrameSaver Devices For additional information about installing, accessing, and managing FrameSaver SLV devices through...
  • Page 337 11. Setting Up Network Health for FrameSaver Devices Discovering FrameSaver Elements Once licenses are entered and you have access...
  • Page 33811. Setting Up Network Health for FrameSaver Devices Configuring the Discovered Elements Network Health sets the speed for discovered elements...
  • Page 339 11. Setting Up Network Health for FrameSaver Devices Grouping Elements for Reports Once the discovery process is completed and...
  • Page 34011. Setting Up Network Health for FrameSaver Devices Generating Reports for a Group Once Network Health has had sufficient time...
  • Page 341 11. Setting Up Network Health for FrameSaver Devices About Trend Reports By specifying specific variables like bandwidth, trend analysis...
  • Page 34211. Setting Up Network Health for FrameSaver Devices — Elements Summary Report – Compares DLCI traffic with volume and the...
  • Page 343 11. Setting Up Network Health for FrameSaver Devices — FrameSaver SLV Plus At-a-Glance Report Performs trend analysis on up...
  • Page 34411. Setting Up Network Health for FrameSaver Devices „ Trend Reports – Perform trend analysis on up to ten specified...
  • Page 345: A. Menu HierarchyMenu Hierarchy A Menus The Menu Hierarchy on the following pages shows a pictorial view of the organization of the...
  • Page 346A. Menu Hierarchy MAIN MENU Status Status System and Test Status Test LMI Reported DLCIs Configuration IP Path Connection Status...
  • Page 347 A. Menu Hierarchy MAIN MENU Status Test Configuration Auto-Configuration Auto-Configuration • Frame Relay Discovery Mode Control • Automatic Circuit...
  • Page 348A. Menu Hierarchy A-4 September 2002 9128-A2-GB20-80
  • Page 349: B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm DefaultsSNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults B This appendix contains the following: „ MIB Support on page B-2...
  • Page 350B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults MIB Support The FrameSaver unit supports the SNMP Version 1, and...
  • Page 351 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults System Group (mib-2) This section provides the system object identifier...
  • Page 352B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-1. Paradyne Interface Objects Information (2 of 3) ifName Description...
  • Page 353 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-1. Paradyne Interface Objects Information (3 of 3) ifName...
  • Page 354B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults NetScout Indexes to the Interface Table (ifTable) For remote monitoring at...
  • Page 355 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-2. NetScout Interface Objects Information (2 of 2) ifName...
  • Page 356B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Standards Compliance for SNMP Traps This section describes the FrameSaver unit’s...
  • Page 357 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Trap: warmStart This trap indicates that the FrameSaver unit has...
  • Page 358B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Traps: linkUp and linkDown These traps are supported on the following...
  • Page 359 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-6. linkUp and linkDown Variable-Bindings (1 of 2) Interface...
  • Page 360B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-6. linkUp and linkDown Variable-Bindings (2 of 2) Interface Variable-Bindings...
  • Page 361 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Traps: enterprise-Specific These traps indicate that an enterprise-specific event has...
  • Page 362B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-7. enterprise-Specific Traps and Variable-Bindings (2 of 3) Trap Variable-Bindings...
  • Page 363 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-7. enterprise-Specific Traps and Variable-Bindings (3 of 3) Trap...
  • Page 364B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Traps: RMON-Specific Two traps are defined to support the Alarm and...
  • Page 365 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Trap: dialControl These traps indicate when an ISDN backup call...
  • Page 366B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-9. dialControl Traps (2 of 2) Trap Variable-Bindings Possible Cause...
  • Page 367 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Rising Event Operation If a rising threshold is crossed during...
  • Page 368B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Frame Relay Link Alarm Defaults These alarms apply to the FrameSaver...
  • Page 369 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-11. Frame Relay Link Alarm Defaults (2 of 2)...
  • Page 370B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults DLCI Alarm Defaults – Paradyne Area These alarms apply to all...
  • Page 371 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-12. DLCI Alarm Defaults – Paradyne Area (2 of...
  • Page 372B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-13. Static DLCI Alarm Defaults – NetScout Area Rising Falling...
  • Page 373 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-14. Dynamic DLCI Alarm Defaults – NetScout Area Rising...
  • Page 374B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Object ID Cross-References (Numeric Order) The FrameSaver unit supports automatic generation...
  • Page 375 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-15. History OID Cross-Reference (1 of 5) Object ID...
  • Page 376B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-15. History OID Cross-Reference (2 of 5) Object ID (OID)...
  • Page 377 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-15. History OID Cross-Reference (3 of 5) Object ID...
  • Page 378B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-15. History OID Cross-Reference (4 of 5) Object ID (OID)...
  • Page 379 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-15. History OID Cross-Reference (5 of 5) Object ID...
  • Page 380B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-16. Alarm OID Cross-Reference (1 of 3) Object ID (OID)...
  • Page 381 B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-16. Alarm OID Cross-Reference (2 of 3) Object ID...
  • Page 382B. SNMP MIBs and Traps, and RMON Alarm Defaults Table B-16. Alarm OID Cross-Reference (3 of 3) Object ID (OID)...
  • Page 383: C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and DesignationsRouter CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations C CLI Commands The FrameSaver SLV 9126-II Router is managed with text commands from...
  • Page 384C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations This appendix contains the following tables for commands: „ Table C-1, Pager Command...
  • Page 385 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Pager Command The pager command allows you to enable or disable screen...
  • Page 386C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Configuration Commands Configuration control commands put the router in configuration mode and allows...
  • Page 387 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Interface Commands Interface commands allow you to configure the Ethernet and network...
  • Page 388C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-4. Interface Commands (2 of 3) ip address ip-addr subnet-mask no ip...
  • Page 389 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-4. Interface Commands (3 of 3) [no] ip unnumbered [null 0]...
  • Page 390C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations IP Routing Commands Internet Protocol (IP) routing commands are used to enable and...
  • Page 391 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Bridge Commands Bridge commands are used to enable or disable simultaneous bridging...
  • Page 392C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-6. Bridge Commands (2 of 2) [no] bridge-group bridge-group Minimum Access Level:...
  • Page 393 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations ARP Commands Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) commands are used to create entries...
  • Page 394C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations NAT Commands Network Address Translation (NAT) commands are used to enable or disable...
  • Page 395 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-8. NAT Commands (2 of 3) ip nat pool pool-name start-ip-addr...
  • Page 396C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-8. NAT Commands (3 of 3) (Continued from previous page) pool –...
  • Page 397 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations DHCP Server Commands Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server commands are used...
  • Page 398C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-9. DHCP Server Commands (2 of 3) lease {days [ hours ]...
  • Page 399 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-9. DHCP Server Commands (3 of 3) network network-num [ [...
  • Page 400C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations DHCP Relay Agent Commands Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) relay agent commands Table...
  • Page 401 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Filter (access-list) Commands Filter commands are used to create or delete Access...
  • Page 402C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-11. Filter Commands (2 of 4) (Continued from previous page) For Extended...
  • Page 403 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-11. Filter Commands (3 of 4) For Extended IP Access Lists:...
  • Page 404C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-11. Filter Commands (4 of 4) [no] ip access-group access-list-1-199num [in |...
  • Page 405 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Diagnostic Commands Diagnostic commands allow you to ping or trace the route...
  • Page 406C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-12. Diagnostic Commands (2 of 2) traceroute [protocol ] dest-ip [source source-ip...
  • Page 407 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Show Commands Show commands allow you to display information. Table C-13. Show...
  • Page 408C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-13. Show Commands (2 of 4) show configuration {saved | unsaved} Minimum...
  • Page 409 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-13. Show Commands (3 of 4) show ip dhcp binding [...
  • Page 410C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-13. Show Commands (4 of 4) show ip traffic Minimum Access Level:...
  • Page 411 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Ethernet Type Codes Use Table C-14, Ethernet Type Codes (Hex), when specifying...
  • Page 412C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-14. Ethernet Type Codes (Hex) (2 of 2) Type Code Description Type...
  • Page 413 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Protocol and Port Designations The following tables are used for filtering. ICMP...
  • Page 414C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations Table C-15. ICMP Designations (2 of 2) Type Code ICMP Message Description All...
  • Page 415 C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations TCP Port Designations Use the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) port designations in...
  • Page 416C. Router CLI Commands, Codes, and Designations UDP Port Designations Use the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) port designations in Table...
  • Page 417: D. Router Command Line Summaries and ShortcutsRouter Command Line Summaries and Shortcuts D CLI Summaries For summaries of Command Line Interface commands, see: „ Table D-1,...
  • Page 418D. Router Command Line Summaries and Shortcuts Show Command Summary Table D-1, Show Commands, lists all of the show, or...
  • Page 419 D. Router Command Line Summaries and Shortcuts Access Control and System Level Command Summary Table D-2, Access Control and...
  • Page 420D. Router Command Line Summaries and Shortcuts CLI Command Summary Table D-3, CLI Commands lists of all of the system-level...
  • Page 421 D. Router Command Line Summaries and Shortcuts Table D-3. CLI Commands (2 of 2) Command encapsulation encapsulation-type encapsulation-protocol [no]...
  • Page 422D. Router Command Line Summaries and Shortcuts CLI Command Default Settings The following list shows the default settings: !software version...
  • Page 423: E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin AssignmentsConnectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments E This appendix shows the FrameSaver unit rear panels, and pin assignments for the connectors/interfaces...
  • Page 424E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments The following illustration shows the rear panel of the FrameSaver SLV 9126-II (with Ethernet...
  • Page 425 E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments The following illustration shows the rear panel of the carrier-mounted, single T1, dual...
  • Page 426E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments COM Port Connector The type of COM port connector depends on the model. COM...
  • Page 427 E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments COM Port for 9128-II Carrier Mount The following table shows the signals and...
  • Page 428E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments COM Port-to-Terminal/Printer Cable (Feature No. 3100-F2-540) Order this cable when connecting the 8-position COM...
  • Page 429 E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments COM Port-to-Router Cables The following tables provide the pin assignments for connecting the...
  • Page 430E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments 3COM Router – DB9 Socket COM Port Console Port Signal DB25 Pin # Direction...
  • Page 431 E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments Cisco 7000 Series Router – DB25 Plug COM Port AUX Port Signal RJ45...
  • Page 432E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments Gender Adapter/Changer When connecting the COM port to a router or Frame Relay Assembler/...
  • Page 433 E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments DTE Port Connector The following table provides the pin assignments for the 34-position...
  • Page 434E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments Standard V.35 Straight-through Cable A standard V.35 straight-through cable can be used to connect...
  • Page 435 E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments DSX-1 Connector The type of DSX-1 port connector depends on the model. DSX-1...
  • Page 436E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments DSX-1 Port for 1-Slot 9128-II (15-Position) The following table shows the signals and pin...
  • Page 437 E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments T1 Network Cable (Feature No. 3100-F1-500) Network access is via a 20-foot cable...
  • Page 438E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments Canadian T1 Line Interface Cable (Feature No. 3100-F1-510) The T1 line interface cable is...
  • Page 439 E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments Modem Connector The dial modem interface/connector that is integrated into the FrameSaver unit...
  • Page 440E. Connectors, Cables, and Pin Assignments E-18 September 2002 9128-A2-GB20-80
  • Page 441: F. Technical SpecificationsTechnical Specifications F The following technical specifications are included: „ NAM Technical Specifications (Table F-1) „ 1-Slot CSU/DSUs and Router...
  • Page 442F. Technical Specifications Table F-1. NAM Technical Specifications (2 of 3) Specification Criteria Weight NAM 1 lb. 2 oz. (.51...
  • Page 443 F. Technical Specifications Table F-1. NAM Technical Specifications (3 of 3) Specification Criteria ISDN PRI DBM Interface 8-position unkeyed...
  • Page 444F. Technical Specifications Table F-2. 1-Slot CSU/DSUs and Router Technical Specifications (2 of 3) Specification Criteria Power Consumption and Dissipation...
  • Page 445 F. Technical Specifications Table F-2. 1-Slot CSU/DSUs and Router Technical Specifications (3 of 3) Specification Criteria Data Port 34-position...
  • Page 446F. Technical Specifications Table F-3. 14-Slot 9000 Series Access Carrier Technical Specifications (2 of 2) Specification Criteria Physical Environment Operating...
  • Page 447 F. Technical Specifications Table F-4. ISDN BRI DBM (Optional Feature) Technical Specifications Specification Criteria Standards Compliance ANSI T1.601 –...
  • Page 448F. Technical Specifications Table F-5. ISDN PRI DBM (Optional Feature) Technical Specifications Specification Criteria Standards Compliance ANSI T1.403 – 1989...
  • Page 449: G. Equipment ListEquipment List G Equipment See Cables on page G-6 for cables you can order. Model/Feature Description Number FrameSaver SLV Units...
  • Page 450G. Equipment List Model/Feature Description Number FrameSaver SLV Units (continued) FrameSaver SLV 9126-II T1 remote site unit with: 9126-A2-202 „...
  • Page 451 G. Equipment List Model/Feature Description Number FrameSaver SLV Units (continued) FrameSaver SLV 9128-II T1 central site 1-slot unit with:...
  • Page 452G. Equipment List Model/Feature Description Number FrameSaver SLV Units (continued) FrameSaver SLV 9128-II T1 central site carrier NAM with: 9128-B2-211...
  • Page 453 G. Equipment List Model/Feature Description Number 9000 Series Access Carrier (9128-II NAM only) Access Carrier 9007-B1-409 Includes 14-Slot Housing,...
  • Page 454G. Equipment List Cables This table lists cables you can order. Description Part Number Feature Number RJ48C DSX-1 Network Cable,...
  • Page 455: IndexIndex Numerics adding SLV units to network, 11-3 1MPort mode Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), 5-3 auto-configuration, 4-9 Administrator 1Port mode...
  • Page 456Index assign C DSX-1 time slots, 4-53 Call frame relay time slots, 4-52 Directories, 4-6 synchronous data port, 4-59 Retry,...
  • Page 457 Index Clock Configuration (continued) Invert Transmit, 4-39 option areas, 3-3 setting system, 4-5 option tables, 4-20 Source, 4-31–4-32 saving...
  • Page 458Index D DHCP, 5-11 Relay Agent, 5-13 Data CLI commands, C-18 Channel Loopback, 4-36, 7-21, 8-32 configuration example, 5-14 Delivery...
  • Page 459 Index DLCI (continued) EIA-232C Priority, 4-66 COM Port connector, E-4 Records, 4-64 EIR Source, 4-68 enforcement, 4-62 statistics, 7-57...
  • Page 460Index feature sets H advanced FLEX SLV, 1-4 hardware revision basic FLEX, 1-4 DBM, 7-4 field is blank/empty, 2-9 NAM,...
  • Page 461 Index IP L Address, 4-103 Lamp Test, 7-27, 8-40 default destination, 4-75 LAN filtering, 5-15 adapter and cable, E-10...
  • Page 462Index LMI M and PVC availability, 1-10 MAC address, 7-3 Behavior, 4-21–4-22 Main Menu Clearing Event (N3), 4-23, 4-63 screen,...
  • Page 463 Index modem, 1-7 NAT, 5-5 connector, E-17 applications supported, 5-5 Health and Status messages, 7-20 CLI commands, C-12 manually...
  • Page 464Index O peer-to-peer calling, 1-8 performance statistics, 7-50, 8-2 odd parity, 4-97 clearing, 7-51 OID for Class of Service, 7-59...
  • Page 465 Index Port (continued) R TCP designations, C-33 ratios UDP designations, C-34 FDR and DDR, 1-10 Use, 4-38, 4-96, 4-100...
  • Page 466Index Routing Session Information Protocol (RIP), 4-99 Access Level, 4-85, 6-6, 6-8 IP, 5-3 ending, 2-3 table, 7-48 starting, 2-2...
  • Page 467 Index software switching changing, 7-79 between screen areas, 2-8 ISDN BRI DBM, 7-78 to new software, 7-79 downloading, 7-75...
  • Page 468Index Tests, 1-6 Traps aborting, 8-21 authentificationFailure, B-9 available, 8-18 dialControl, B-17 Connectivity, 8-25 dialCtlPeerCall, B-17 Data Channel Loopback, 8-32...
  • Page 469 Index user history W adding files, 10-13 warmStart installing files, 10-15 events monitoring DLCI, 10-16 General Traps, 4-89 statistics...
  • Page 470Index IN-16 September 2002 9128-A2-GB20-80
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