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  • PASOLINK NEO TECX2200

    Multi-service Transport Gateway

    Instruction Manual

    Cautions Read this manual carefully before use for proper operation. Be sure to keep this manual at hand after reading it.

    MADE IN JAPAN

  • Version Ver. 02.05

  • Revision History

    Revision History

    Rev. Published date Description

    B January 2010 First edition published

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  • Preface

    i

    Preface

    Outline ................................................ iii

    About This Product ........................... iv

    Safety Precautions ...........................vii

    Labels ...............................................xiii

    Document Structure .........................xv

  • Preface

    ii

    Thank you for purchasing the PASOLINK NEO TE CX2200 (hereinafter CX2200).

    Read this manual in advance thoroughly to correctly use this product.

    Keep this manual at hand for quick reference.

    The manual gives descriptions required to install, set, and service this equipment.

    The manual is intended for persons who know basic operations and settings of a personal computer and network. For operations of a personal computer and general network settings, see the manual of the equipment used or commercially available books.

    Note

    (1) This manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without consent of NEC.

    (2) The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.

    (3) Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is accurate. Any discrepancies, errors, and missing information should be reported to the distributor of the product or the NEC account sales person.

    (4) NEC assumes no responsibility for the result of the operation, regardless of the description of (3).

    (5) We are ready to replace a manual book having a missing page or incorrect collating with a perfect one.

    (6) Contact information is available at http://www.nec.com.

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    iii

    Outline This section describes the points to be checked before using the CX2200.

  • Preface

    iv

    About This Product Information about Voluntary Control Council for Interference by

    Information Technology Equipment

    This product is classified as information technology equipment complying with the standards of Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment Class A. If the product is used in ordinary home electric environments, it may cause interference.

    The user may be required to take a proper action against interference.

    EU Emission (EMI) Standards Warning

    This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

    FCC Warning FCC Warning:

    Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.

    FCC Statement:

    The following information is for FCC compliance of Class A devices;

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful Interference to radio communications, Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

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    Safety Standard (FDA) for Laser Products Complies with FDA performance standards for Laser products except for deviations to Laser Notice No. 50, dated June 24, 2007.

    Power Supply This is Class III equipment. Supply SELV DC power. This equipment uses high energy DC power; be sure to handle with great care.

    Use in Medical Institutions This product is not intended for use as (or use as a component in) equipment involving human lives or equipment required high reliability, such as medical equipment, nuclear equipment, aerospace equipment, or transportation equipment.

    NEC assumes no responsibility for physical injury, fire, or social loss caused due to a failure with this product used as such equipment or a control system.

    In equipment or a control system, all possible measures must be taken for safety design such as redundant design, fire spread prevention design, and malfunction prevention design.

    Precautions NEC assumes no responsibility for net economic damage, caused by lost communication opportunity due to the equipment failure, malfunction, and other trouble, as well as external factors such as blackout of commercial power.

    Precautions on Export Anyone who wishes to export this product is required to follow the necessary procedure including an export license application according to the Export Trade Control Order. Any specific documents that are necessary for obtaining the license should be requested to the distributor of the product or the NEC sales office.

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    vi

    Product Disposal In the European Union

    EU-wide legislation as implemented in each Member State requires that used electricaland electronic products carrying the mark (left) must be disposed of separately fromnormal household waste. This includes all of PASOLINK NEO TE CX2200 product orelectrical accessories, such as various function modules or cables.

    When disposing of used products, you should comply with applicable legislation oragreements you may have. The mark on the electrical and electronic products only applies to the current European Union Member States.

    Outside the European Union

    If you wish to dispose of used electrical and electronic products outside the European Union, please contact your local authority and ask for the correct method of disposal.

    Regarding Software License Agreement By using this product, you agree to be bound by the clauses of this license agreement. If you do not agree this agreement, NEC will not grant you a license to use the software or make a copy of the software. The software license agreement is provided at the end of the document.

    Regarding Trademarks The company names, product names, and service names in this document are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners.

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    Safety Precautions Safety has been taken into account in design and manufacture of this product. However, mishandling or operation errors by the user may lead to a serious accident. To avoid such an accident, please read this manual carefully to understand the contents before using the product.

    There are many 'items that are not possible' or 'items that are prohibited' and it is not possible to include all the items in this manual. Therefore, assume the items as 'not possible' unless otherwise described as 'possible' in this manual.

    Safety marks The marks and legends used in this manual and their meanings are listed below. Before reading this manual, keep the following in mind.

    WARNING Indicates that incorrect handling by neglecting this mark may cause a fatal or serious injury to a human body.

    CAUTION Indicates that incorrect handling by neglecting this mark may cause injury to a human body and damage to physical equipment.

    NOTE Indicates the supplementary explanation that is not related to personal safety or equipment damage.

    Indicates that incorrect handling may cause fire.

    Indicates that incorrect handling may cause electric shock.

    Indicates that incorrect handling may cause injury.

    The touching of a rotating object may cause an injury.

    Transceiver that radiates laser rays.

    Indicates that the prohibition of the use of the equipment near water for safety.

    Indicates that the prohibition of the disassembly of the equipment for safety.

    The handling of the equipment with a wet hand is prohibited for safety reasons.

    The wetting of the equipment is prohibited for safety reasons.

    Indicates that the prohibition of general actions that are not specified.

    Be sure to disconnect the power cord from the power terminal (main body) for safety reasons.

    (This mark is commonly applied to both the AC power supply module and the DC power supply module.)

    Gives a direction for surely connecting the ground cable to equipment having a ground terminal.

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    Precautions Regarding Power Supply

    WARNING Make sure that this equipment is used within the power supply voltage range from DC-40.5V to -57V.

    Otherwise, fire or electric shock may be caused.

    Securely insert the power cable into the power connector (main body).

    Only trained maintenance engineers should handle the connection/disconnection of a power cable.

    If metal or the like makes contact with the power connector, fire or electric shock may be caused..

    Do not put any object on the power cable.

    Damage to the power cable may cause fire or electric shock.

    For the power cable supplying power cable, securely connect the DC power cable to the power terminal at the rear of this equipment, by correctly identifying -48V side and RTN(G) side and avoiding mutual contact.

    A connection error of the power cable on the -48V side and the RNG(G) side or mutual contact may cause fire, electric shock, or some equipment malfunction.

    Connect or disconnect the power cable from the power cable according to the procedure and precautions that are described in this manual.

    Mishandling may cause fire or electric shock.

    Always disconnect the external power source before connecting/disconnecting the power connector from the power cable.

    Otherwise, fire or electric shock may be caused.

    Be sure to connect the ground wire to the ground terminal.

    Otherwise, electric shock may be caused

    Connection of the ground wire reduces damage during lighting or prevents noise.

    Do not pull or insert the power cable from or into the power connector (main body) with a wet hand.

    Otherwise, electric shock may be caused.

    When the power cable is connected to the power connector (main body), do not touch the main body with a wet hand.

    Otherwise, electric shock may be caused.

    Before connecting or disconnecting the ground wire, be sure to disconnect the power cable from the power connector (main body).

    If the ground wire is connected or disconnected while the power cable is connected to the power connector (main body), electric shock may be caused.

    Always hold the power supply plug when removing it.

    Otherwise the power supply cable may be damaged, causing fire or electric shock.

    NOTE An aluminum electrolytic capacitor is used for the power supply module of this equipment. The storing of an aluminum electrolytic capacitor for a long period of time without charging causes performance deterioration. Charge the capacitor by turning on the power supply for around two hours once a year for safety reasons even if it is not used for a long time.

    When not using this equipment, always disconnect the power cable from the power connector (main body) for safety reasons.

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    Precautions Regarding Installation, Transportation, Storage, and Operating Environments

    WARNING Do not place a container with liquid such as a flowerpot, glass, cosmetics, chemical near the equipment.

    If liquid is spilled over the equipment, fire or electric shock may be caused.

    Do not use this equipment in a humid environment (humidity 90% or higher) or in the environment that causes condensation such as in a bathroom or in the vicinity of a humidifier.

    Otherwise, fire or electric shock may be caused.

    The contents of the CD-ROM of this manual are not voice data. Use it only with a CD-ROM player. Otherwise, the loud noise may impair the hearing function or damage the speaker..

    Never overlay one unit on another during installation. If the unit falls, you may suffer serious injury such as fracture.

    When one unit needs to be overlaid on another, be sure to use a rack.

    When installing the equipment units at the top and bottom, always mount them on the racks.

    Keep the equipment and power cable away from fire or flame such as a heater.

    Damage to the cover or power cable may cause fire, electric shock, or malfunction.

    Do not place the equipment in a location where oil splashes, steam generates, or much dust is present.

    Otherwise, fire, electric shock, or malfunction may be caused.

    Do not place the equipment during operation in a location exposed to direct sunlight or a high temperature (55C or higher). Otherwise, the temperature inside the equipment rises excessively, probably causing fire.

    Always take a measure to handle electrostatic discharge before handling the equipment.

    The touching of the equipment without taking such a measure causes electrostatic discharge failure, thereby causing fire, electric shock, or some equipment malfunction.

    Do not touch the components when handling each module.

    Otherwise, the components may be disengaged from the substrate, causing fire, electric shock, or some equipment malfunction.

    As this product is susceptible to impact, do not drop or hit the product with a hard object.

    Otherwise, the product may be damaged, causing fire, electric shock, or some equipment malfunction.

    Store each module by wrapping it with an insulated sheet.

    An electrostatic discharge failure or accumulation of dust on the product by storing without protection may cause fire, electric shock, or some equipment malfunction.

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    CAUTION The temperature and humidity ranges that are specified in this manual must be observed at transportation and storage of this equipment.

    Otherwise, the equipment may be damaged.

    Do not cover the ports of this equipment.

    Otherwise, the internal temperature rises, possibly causing a fire.

    Do not place this equipment on an unstable location (unstable or sloping stand).

    Otherwise, the equipment may drop or tip over, causing an injury or some equipment malfunction.

    Do not place this equipment in the environment of high vibration or impact.

    Otherwise, the equipment may drop or tip over, causing an injury or some equipment malfunction.

    This product has many angles.

    Handle the product with the utmost care to avoid any injury

    Mounting of the equipment on a rack must be performed by more than one person.

    NOTE If the equipment is used near a radio or TV, the noise from the equipment may affect the radio or TV. If a device that generates a strong magnetic field is present near the equipment, the equipment may be affected by noise, resulting in malfunction. In this case, keep the equipment away from other units.

    Precautions Regarding Fault and Trouble

    WARNING When the equipment is dropped or damaged, turn off the power, disconnect the power cable from the power connector (main body), and report the incident to the distributor of the equipment or the sales person.

    Leaving the equipment in service may cause fire, electric shock, or malfunction.

    When liquid such as water enters inside of the equipment, turn off the power, disconnect the power cable from the power connector (main body), and report the incident to the distributor of the equipment or the NEC sales person.

    Leaving the equipment in service may cause fire, electric shock, or malfunction.

    When a foreign object enters inside of the equipment, turn off the power, disconnect the power cable from the power connector (main body), and report the incident to the distributor of the equipment or the NEC sales person.

    Leaving the equipment in service may cause fire, electric shock, or malfunction.

    When the power cable is damaged, replace it with a normal cable according to the procedure and the precautions that are described in this manual.

    Leaving the equipment in service may cause fire, electric shock, or malfunction.

    When detecting smoke or abnormal odor from this equipment, turn off the power, disconnect the power cable from the power terminal (main body), check that smoke is no longer emitted, and report the incident to the distributor of the equipment or the NEC sales person

    Leaving the equipment in service may cause fire, electric shock, or malfunction.

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    CAUTION Do not carry out electrical construction during a thunder storm.

    Otherwise, fire or electric shock may be caused.

    Precautions for Maintenance

    CAUTION Before starting any maintenance of this equipment, always turn off the power and disconnect the power cable from the power connector (main body) for safety reasons.

    After the purchase of this equipment, consult with the distributor or sales person for regular cleaning of the inside of the equipment.

    Dust accumulated inside of the equipment for a long period of time may cause fire or some equipment malfunction.

    When replacing a FAN module after the power is turned on, make sure that the fan stops rotating before replacing it

    The touching of a rotating fan may cause an injury.

    NOTE Clean the external surfaces of the equipment by lightly wiping with wet soft cloth immersed in water and neutral detergent. During the cleaning, remove the power cable from the DC power terminal (main body) for safety.

    Do not use volatile chemicals such as benzine or thinner to prevent deformation or discoloration

    Do not apply insecticides because they may cause deformation or discoloration

    Cautions on Handling the Transceiver Accessories

    CAUTION As laser beams are used, do not look directly through the optical transceiver section after the transceiver is installed in the main body and the power is turned on.

    As the surfaces of some transceivers become hot during use, handle them carefully.

    Mishandling may cause a burn injury.

    Before connecting the optical fiber cable and each transceiver, check for any connector damage, bent connector pins, stains, or dust.

    Any connector damage or dust or stain on the connector may cause a short-circuit, thereby causing a fire. A stain on the transceiver section or end of the connector of the optical fiber cable may prevent normal communication.

    Use the transceiver specified by NEC.

    The use of any other transceivers may hinder normal operation or cause a failure of the main body.

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    Other Warnings and Cautions

    WARNING Inspection, adjustments, cleaning, and repair of the inside of this equipment by anyone other than the NEC authorized parties must be strictly prohibited as such activities are dangerous.

    Some internal sections of this equipment bear a high voltage, which may cause fire or electric shock.

    The customer must consult with the distributor of the equipment or NEC sales person for inspection, adjustments, cleaning, or repair of the inside of this equipment.

    Disassembling and remodeling the inside of the equipment by anyone other than the NEC concerned parties are strictly prohibited.

    Such handling may cause fire, electric shock, or some equipment malfunction.

    Handle this equipment with care to prevent any liquid from entering this equipment or the equipment from getting wet.

    Otherwise, fire, electric shock, or some equipment malfunction may be caused.

    CAUTION Do not insert metal objects or flammable objects into the internal section from the openings of this equipment such as ports.

    The use of the equipment with such objects may cause fire, electric shock, or some equipment malfunction.

    Do not place any object on this equipment or climb on the equipment.

    Such behavior can cause some equipment malfunction or an injury.

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    Labels The following labels are attached to the product.

    The touching of a rotating object may cause an injury.

    Electrostatic warning label Always take measures to handle electrostatic discharge before handling the equipment.

    Indicates that a transceiver that radiates laser beams may beinstalled.

    Warning label relating to Class 1 LASER. Do not look directly through the optical transceiver port.

    Indicates that this equipment complies with the FDA Standards.

    Indicates that this product complies with the VCCI Class AStandards.

    Indicates that this product complies with the FCC Part15 Class AStandards.

    Indicates that electrical and electronic wastes must be separatedfrom household refuse in the EU member countries based on thelaws that are enforced in each EU member country.

    Indicates that this equipment complies with the CE Marking Standards.

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    These labels are affixed to the system as the following picture shows.

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    Document Structure This manual is organized as shown below.

    Preface Describes the points to be checked before using the CX2200.

    Abbreviations Lists the abbreviations used in this manual and their full spelling.

    1 Overview of the Device Describes the features, device configuration, and device specifications of the CX2200.

    2 Operations Describes how to operate CLI (Command Line Interface), and explains the procedures for setting the basic functions such as VLAN, QoS and link aggregation; ATM functions such as PVC registration, ATM shaper, OAM and IMA; TDM functions such as TDM path and TDMoP (CES); and EtherOAM functions.

    3 Installation Describes the procedures for installing the CX2200, connecting cables and power, and setting consoles.

    4 Maintenance Describes how to operate the maintenance functions for networks and devices and the management functions by a monitor or log, and explains the upgrading procedure, as well as troubleshooting (how to find a solution when the device does not operate as desired and the procedure for restoring the default settings).

    Appendix Lists troubles, counter monitoring conditions, command errors, restart factors, and restrictions.

    *"CPUSW" in this manual indicates the CPUSW card or the CPUSWE card.

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  • Abbreviations

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    Abbreviations

    1 Outline...........................................xviii

    2 List of Abbreviations .....................xix

  • Abbreviations

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    1 Outline This section lists the abbreviations used in this manual.

  • Abbreviations

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    2 List of Abbreviations Abbreviations Full Spelling

    A AIS

    ALM

    ANSI

    APS

    ARP

    ATM

    ATMoP

    Alarm Indication Signal

    Alarm

    American National Standards Institute

    Automatic Protection System

    Address Resolution Protocol

    Asynchronous Transfer Mode

    ATM over Packet

    B BBE

    BER

    BITS

    BPDU

    Background Block Error

    Bit Error Rate

    Building Integrated Timing Supply

    Bridge Protocol Data Unit

    C CC

    CCM

    CES

    CESoPSN

    CL

    CLI

    CLP

    CoS

    CPU

    CR

    CRC

    CTC

    Continuity Check

    Continuity Check Message

    Circuit Emulation Service

    CES over Packet Switched Network

    Cleared

    Command Line Interface

    Cell Loss Priority

    Class of Service

    Central Processing Unit

    Critical

    Cyclic Redundancy Check

    Common Transmit Clock

    D DA

    DCS

    DLF

    DM

    DMM

    DMR

    DSCP

    Destination Address

    Digital Clock Supply

    Destination Lookup Failure

    Delay Measurement

    Delay Measurement Message

    Delay Measurement Reply

    Differentiated Services Code Point

    E ECID

    EMC

    Emulated Circuit Identifier

    Electro-Magnetic Compatibility

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    Abbreviations Full Spelling

    EMI

    ERR

    ES

    ESD

    ESF

    ETH

    Electro-Magnetic Interference

    Error

    Errored Seconds

    Electrostatic Discharge

    Extended Super Frame

    Ethernet

    F FCS

    FDB

    FE

    FEBE

    FER

    FG

    FLT

    FTP

    FTTx

    Frame Check Sequence

    Forwarding Data Base

    Fast Ether

    Far End Block Error

    Frame Error Rate

    Frame Ground

    Fault

    File Transfer Protocol

    Fiber To The x

    G G

    GbE

    GND

    Ground

    Gigabit Ether

    Ground

    I ID

    IEEE

    IF

    IFG

    IMA

    IP

    ITC

    ITU

    Identification

    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

    Information

    Inter Frame Gap

    Inverse Multiplexing for ATM

    Internet Protocol

    Independent Transmit Clock

    International Telecommunication Union

    L L2SW

    LACP

    LAG

    LAN

    LB

    LBM

    LBR

    LCD

    LCV

    Layer 2 Switch

    Link Aggregation Control Protocol

    Link Aggregation Group

    Local Area Network

    Loop Back

    Loop Back Message

    Loop Back message Reply

    Loss of Cell Delineation

    Line Code Violation

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    Abbreviations Full Spelling

    LED

    LIF

    LLB

    LM

    LMM

    LMR

    LOC

    LODS

    LOF

    LOP

    LOS

    LT

    LTM

    LTR

    Light Emitting Diode

    Loss of IMA Frame

    Link aggregation Load Balancing

    Loss Measurement

    Loss Measurement Message

    Loss Measurement Reply

    Loss Of Continuity

    Link Out of Delay Synchronization

    Loss Of Frame

    Loss Of Pointer

    Loss Of Signal

    Link Trace

    Link Trace Message

    Link Trace Reply

    M MAC

    MDI

    MDIX

    MEF

    MEG

    MEL

    MEP

    MIB

    MIP

    MJ

    MMF

    MN

    MS-AIS

    MTU

    Media Access Control

    Media Dependent Interface

    Media Dependent Interface with Crossover

    Metro Ethernet Forum

    Maintenance Entity Group

    MEG Level

    MEG End Point

    Management Information Base

    MEG Intermediate Point

    Major

    Multi Mode Fiber

    Minor

    Multiplex Section AIS

    Maximum Transmission Unit

    N NRZ

    NTP

    None Return to Zero

    Network Time Protocol

    O OAM

    OOF

    OPT

    Operation Administration and Maintenance

    Out Of Frame

    Optical

    P P-AIS

    PDH

    Pass-AIS

    Pre synchronous Digital Hierarchy

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    Abbreviations Full Spelling

    PDU

    PHY

    PKG

    PMON

    PVC

    PW

    PWR

    Protocol Data Unit

    Physical layer

    Package

    Performance Monitor

    Permanent Virtual Circuit

    Pseudo Wire

    Power

    Q QoS Quality of Service

    R RAI

    RDI

    RED

    RFC

    RL

    RMON

    RPL

    RSTP

    RTP

    RX

    Remote Alarm Indication

    Remote Defect Indication

    Random Early Detection

    Request For Comments

    Ring Link

    Remote network Monitoring

    Ring Protection Link

    Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol

    Real time Transport Protocol

    Receive

    S SA

    SAToP

    SD

    SDH

    SELV

    SF

    SFP

    SMF

    SNMP

    SNTP

    SONET

    SP

    STM

    STP

    STP

    SW

    Source Address

    Structure-Agnostic TDM over Packet

    Signal Degrade

    Synchronous Digital Hierarchy

    Safety Extra Low Voltage

    Signal Fail

    Small Form-factor Pluggable

    Single Mode Fiber

    Simple Network Management Protocol

    Simple Network Time Protocol

    Synchronous Optical Network

    Strict Priority

    Synchronous Transport Mode

    Spanning Tree Protocol

    Shielded Twisted Pair

    Switch

    T TDM Time Division Multiplexing

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    Abbreviations Full Spelling

    TDMoP

    TLV

    TPID

    TS

    TTL

    TX

    TDM over Packet

    Type Length Value

    Tag Protocol Identifier

    Time Slot

    Time To Live

    Transmit

    U UAS

    UDP

    UPC-RED

    UTP

    Unavailable Second

    User Datagram Protocol

    Usage Parameter Control-RED

    Unshielded Twist Pair

    V VC

    VCI

    VID

    VLAN

    VP

    VPI

    Virtual Channel

    Virtual Channel Identifier

    VLAN Identifier

    Virtual LAN

    Virtual Path

    Virtual Path Identifier

    W WDTOVF

    WR

    WRED

    WRR

    WTR

    Watch Dog Timer Over Flow

    Warning

    Weighted Random Early Detection

    Weighted Round Robin

    Wait To Restore

    X XC Cross Connect

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    Contents

    Preface ....................................................................... i

    Outline.....................................................................................iii

    About This Product ...............................................................iv

    Safety Precautions ...............................................................vii

    Labels....................................................................................xiii

    Document Structure .............................................................xv

    Abbreviations ....................................................... xvii

    1 Outline...............................................................................xviii

    2 List of Abbreviations..........................................................xix

    1 Overview of Device ............................................1-1

    1.1 Outline............................................................................. 1-2

    1.2 Features and Configuration .......................................... 1-3 1.2.1 Features of the CX2200 ............................................................................. 1-3

    1.2.2 Unit Configuration ...................................................................................... 1-5 1.2.2.1 Unit outline ...................................................................................................... 1-5 1.2.2.2 Components .................................................................................................... 1-6

    1.3 Specifications............................................................... 1-18 1.3.1 Unit Specifications.....................................................................................1-18

    1.3.2 Interface Specifications .............................................................................1-20 1.3.2.1 Line interface specifications .......................................................................... 1-20 1.3.2.2 Console port connectors ............................................................................... 1-27 1.3.2.3 Clock interface specification.......................................................................... 1-29

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    2 Operations ..........................................................2-1

    2.1 Outline............................................................................. 2-3

    2.2 Commands...................................................................... 2-4 2.2.1 Entering a Command ................................................................................. 2-4

    2.2.1.1 Rules for entering a command ........................................................................ 2-4 2.2.2 Command Line Interface............................................................................ 2-5

    2.3 Setting of Basic Functions.......................................... 2-11 2.3.1 Setting of Basic Functions.........................................................................2-11

    2.3.1.1 Port ................................................................................................................ 2-11 2.3.1.2 VLAN ............................................................................................................. 2-33 2.3.1.3 QoS control ................................................................................................... 2-49 2.3.1.4 Link aggregation............................................................................................ 2-86 2.3.1.5 Frame size..................................................................................................... 2-97 2.3.1.6 Spanning tree protocol .................................................................................. 2-98

    2.3.2 Setting of Extended Functions ................................................................2-114 2.3.2.1 Port isolate .................................................................................................. 2-114 2.3.2.2 Filtering........................................................................................................ 2-118 2.3.2.3 Reference clock control function ................................................................. 2-122

    2.4 ATM Functions ........................................................... 2-128 2.4.1 ATM Path Setting ....................................................................................2-128

    2.4.1.1 PVC setting ................................................................................................. 2-130 2.4.1.2 ATMoP ........................................................................................................ 2-134 2.4.1.3 ATM cell relay.............................................................................................. 2-150

    2.4.2 ATM Shaper Function .............................................................................2-153

    2.4.3 ATM-OAM Setting ...................................................................................2-158

    2.4.4 IMA Function ...........................................................................................2-163

    2.5 TDM Functions ........................................................... 2-171 2.5.1 TDM Setting ............................................................................................2-171

    2.5.2 TDMoP Setting........................................................................................2-179

    2.6 EtherOAM Functions ................................................. 2-210 2.6.1 EtherOAM Function.................................................................................2-210

    2.6.2 EtherRing Function .................................................................................2-248

    2.7 Configuration Data..................................................... 2-266

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    2.7.1 About Configuration Data ........................................................................2-266 2.7.1.1 Structure of configuration data .................................................................... 2-267 2.7.1.2 Types of configuration data ......................................................................... 2-268

    2.7.2 Configuration Data Management ............................................................2-270 2.7.2.1 Setting and referencing the running configuration data............................... 2-271 2.7.2.2 Setting and referencing the startup configuration data................................ 2-272 2.7.2.3 Managing configuration data using a server................................................ 2-276

    3 Installation ..........................................................3-1

    3.1 Outline............................................................................. 3-2

    3.2 Settings for Network Connection ................................. 3-3 3.2.1 Installation Procedure ................................................................................ 3-3

    3.2.2 Unit Mounting ............................................................................................. 3-4

    3.2.3 Cable Connection....................................................................................... 3-7 3.2.3.1 Network connection mode............................................................................... 3-7 3.2.3.2 Cable connection............................................................................................. 3-8

    3.2.4 Power on and Login ..................................................................................3-21 3.2.4.1 Confirming console port connection .............................................................. 3-22 3.2.4.2 Power on ....................................................................................................... 3-22 3.2.4.3 Login.............................................................................................................. 3-27

    3.2.5 Settings for Remote Maintenance .............................................................3-34 3.2.5.1 Setting IP addresses ..................................................................................... 3-36 3.2.5.2 Remote maintenance through in-band network............................................. 3-36 3.2.5.3 Remote maintenance through out-band network .......................................... 3-45 3.2.5.4 Maintenance network construction................................................................ 3-52

    3.2.6 Basic Settings after Purchase ...................................................................3-54 3.2.6.1 Setting date and time..................................................................................... 3-55 3.2.6.2 Setting system information ............................................................................ 3-59 3.2.6.3 Setting functions............................................................................................ 3-59 3.2.6.4 Saving set information................................................................................... 3-60

    4 Maintenance........................................................4-1

    4.1 Outline............................................................................. 4-2

    4.2 Method of Operating Maintenance and Management Functions .............................................................................. 4-3

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    4.2.1 Loopback Test............................................................................................ 4-3 4.2.1.1 Ether network loopback test ............................................................................ 4-4 4.2.1.2 ATM transmission path loopback test.............................................................. 4-8

    4.2.2 Connection Test ........................................................................................4-18 4.2.2.1 Connection test procedure ............................................................................ 4-18

    4.2.3 SNMP-based Management .......................................................................4-20 4.2.3.1 Setting SNMP................................................................................................ 4-22 4.2.3.2 Setting the SNMP manager........................................................................... 4-23 4.2.3.3 Setting SNMP unauthorized access trap issuance........................................ 4-24 4.2.3.4 Setting the trap manager ............................................................................... 4-24 4.2.3.5 Saving the set data........................................................................................ 4-25

    4.2.4 Counter Monitoring....................................................................................4-26 4.2.4.1 Port counters ................................................................................................. 4-26 4.2.4.2 VLAN counters .............................................................................................. 4-31 4.2.4.3 ATM counters ................................................................................................ 4-37 4.2.4.4 Line quality counters ..................................................................................... 4-47 4.2.4.5 EtherOAM counter......................................................................................... 4-49

    4.2.5 Fault Monitoring ........................................................................................4-53

    4.2.6 Faults ........................................................................................................4-56

    4.2.7 syslog Functions .......................................................................................4-57

    4.2.8 MAC Learning ...........................................................................................4-62 4.2.8.1 CPUSW MAC learning function..................................................................... 4-62

    4.2.9 Port Mirroring ............................................................................................4-65

    4.2.10 System Reboot........................................................................................4-69

    4.2.11 Initialization .............................................................................................4-71

    4.2.12 Replacement ...........................................................................................4-73 4.2.12.1 Replacing LINE1 card ................................................................................. 4-75 4.2.12.2 Replacing LINE2 card ................................................................................. 4-77 4.2.12.3 Replacing a CPUSW card ........................................................................... 4-79 4.2.12.4 Replacing a FAN unit .................................................................................. 4-83 4.2.12.5 Replacing the fuse of the CPUSWE card .................................................... 4-85

    4.2.13 Resource Monitoring ...............................................................................4-86

    4.2.14 NTP Function ..........................................................................................4-88

    4.3 Useful Functions .......................................................... 4-91 4.3.1 Version Up ................................................................................................4-91

    4.3.1.1 Version up procedure .................................................................................... 4-92 4.3.2 Trap Transmission Selection Function ......................................................4-98

    4.4 Troubleshooting......................................................... 4-103

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    Appendix ...................................................................1

    1 Outline....................................................................................3

    2 Alarm Transfer Mechanism ..................................................3

    3 Fault List ..............................................................................18

    4 Trap List ...............................................................................24

    5 Counter Monitoring Condition List....................................75

    6 Command Error List............................................................87

    7 Restart Cause List.............................................................113

    8 IMA State List.....................................................................114

    9 Remote Device Interface Speed-by-Speed Connection List .........................................................................................116

    10 ATM Shaper Setting Bandwidth Value List...................119

    11 List of Operations on ATM Loopback Cell Reception .121

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  • Overview of Device

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    1 Overview of Device

    1.1 Outline..........................................1-2

    1.2 Features and Configuration .......1-3 1.2.1 Features of the CX2200.................................. 1-3 1.2.2 Unit Configuration........................................... 1-5

    1.3 Specifications............................1-18 1.3.1 Unit Specifications ........................................ 1-18 1.3.2 Interface Specifications................................. 1-20

  • Outline

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    1.1 Outline This chapter describes the features, device configuration, and device specifications of the CX2200.

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    1.2 Features and Configuration 1.2.1 Features of the CX2200 The CX2200 series are a series of high-performance multi-service aggregation switches that can apply to establishing broadband access network such as FTTx service to wide-area Ethernet network and mobile access aggregation network called mobile backhaul.

    Various access lines CX2200 provides various line cards to flexibly support establishing various networks. The fast Ethernet interface is provided as standard equipment.

    Ethernet line cards supporting GbE (100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T, 1000BASE-X) TDM line cards supporting T1/E1 (Channelized T1/E1) ATM line cards supporting T1/E1 and STM-1 (T1/E1 IMA, STM-1/OC-3) Multiservice line cards supporting various TDM/ATMs

    (TDM: Channelized T1/E1 ATM: T1/E1 IMA)

    Line emulation function CX2200 provides the line emulation function to packetize TDM/ATMs, which enables the traffic to be integrated into the cost-efficient packet network.

    TDM emulation: SAToP, CESoPSN ATM emulation: ATMoP (cell mode)

    OAM functions CX2200 provides Ethernet and ATM OAM functions to improve the maintenance capability.

    Ethernet: continuity monitoring, continuity confirmation, performance measurement ATM: alarm transfer

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    Various VLAN functions CX2200 provides various VLAN functions for effective use of networks.

    Portbase VLAN Tagbase VLAN Extended-VLAN

    MPLS function This function corresponds to the MPLS function that supports EoMPLS, ATM/TDMoMPLS, and various line interfaces. This function is made available by purchasing a separate MPLS function license. Refer to the Instruction Manual (MPLS) and Command Reference (MPLS) for the setting method and the details.

    SNMP functions CX2200 provides a network management protocols defined in the RFC1157 (SNMPv1: Simple Network Management Protocol Version1 and SNMPv2c: Community String-Based SNMPv2) to retain own operational statuses in a database called MIB (Management Information Base) as an SNMP agent. These statuses can be monitored or managed by the SNMP manager.

    NTP functions CX2200 provides Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTPv3: Simple Network Time Protocol Version3), with which an exact time information source can be structured hierarchically.

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    1.2.2 Unit Configuration 1.2.2.1 Unit outline The appearance of the CX2200 is show below.

    The outer dimensions of the CX2200 are 430 mm in width, 230 mm in depth, and 43.6 mm in height (without the flange), so the unit can be mounted in the 19-inch rack.

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    1.2.2.2 Components CX2200 Front (connectors and indication lamps)

    The front of the CX2200 has various insertion slots in which various cards are to be mounted.

    Item Indication Color Description

    (1) LINE1 slot LINE1 - This slot mounts various line cards. CPUSW card and LINE2 card cannot be mounted.

    (2) CPUSW slot CPUSW - This slot mounts CPUSW cards. LINE1/LINE2 card cannot be mounted.

    (3) LINE2 slot LINE2 - This slot mounts various line cards. CPUSW and LINE1 card cannot be mounted.

    (4) FAN unit FAN - This unit mounts a FAN module for cooling equipment.

    When the CPUSWE card is mounted and the unit temperature drops to 45 degrees or lower, the FAN rotates at low speed and when the unit temperature reaches 50 degrees or higher, the FAN rotates at high speed.

    * When the power is turned on, the FAN rotates at high speed.

    (5) FG terminal - A terminal for connection to frame ground

    (6) Power switch PWR - Switch to turn on/off the equipment

    (7) Power LED PWR1/PWR2 Green This LED lights up in green when the main power is supplied.

    (1) (3) (4)

    (5) (2) (7) (6)

    (8)

    (9)

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    Item Indication Color Description

    (8) FAN unit fixing screw

    - - Screw to fix the FAN unit to the chassis

    * Be sure to tighten the screw completely when the FAN unit is mounted on the chassis.

    (9) FAN unit drawing knob

    - - Knob to remove the FAN unit.

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    CPUSW Card

    Item Indication Color Description

    (1) ALM lamp ALM Red Indicates the fault state of the card.

    On: A failure has occurred in the card or an error has been found during self-diagnosis.

    Blink: Failure occurs in FAN or low temperature.

    Off: The card is normal.

    (2) INS lamp INS Green/Yellow

    Indicates the operating state of the card.

    On (Green): The card is in the normal state.

    On (Yellow): The card is initial state.

    Blink (Yellow): The card is in the initial setting state or self-diagnosis state.

    Blink (green and yellow): The states are given below.

    - The module is downloading software, FPGA, or configuration.

    - The module is uploading configuration, failure information, or local log.

    Off: The card stops services, has a unit failure, or finds an error during self-diagnosis.

    (3) Power connector 1 PWR1 Green Power connector of the unit.

    On: Power is supplied normally.

    Off: Failure occurs in power supply.

    (4) Power connector 2 PWR2 Green Power connector of the unit.

    On: Power is supplied normally.

    Off: Failure occurs in power supply.

    * Power can be supplied via both or only one side of PWR1/2.

    PWRSELV

    GND -48VPULL

    ALM PWR1ETHRS-232C17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24FE CONSOLE SELV

    GND-48V

    PWR2INS

    CPUSWEXT-M

    -48V

    (11) (10) (1) (2) (9) (6) (7) (8) (3) (4) (5) (11)

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    Item Indication Color Description

    (5) Power switch PWR - Power on/off switch of the unit. Tilt the switch to right/left with pulling it out. The left side is Off, and the right side is On.

    (6) Console port 2 CONSOLE RS-232C

    - This is a console port used to connect to a local console terminal. An RS-232C cable is used for the connection. A cross cable is used for the connection with a console (such as a PC).

    (7) Console port 1 CONSOLE ETH

    - This is a console port used to connect to a local console terminal for the purpose of network download. An RJ45 STP (category 5) cable is used for the connection.

    (8) Maintenance port EXT-M - This is a port to which external memory is connected (for maintenance).

    (9) Fast ether port FE17-24 Green/Yellow

    Port to connect the CX2200 to Ethernet using 10/100BASE-TX. An RJ45 STP (category 5) cable is used for the connection.

    LED (Green):

    On as a link is established.

    Blink as a link is established or frame is sent/received

    Off as no link is established.

    LED (Yellow):

    On as a 100M link is established

    (10) Frame ground connection terminal

    Terminal for connection to frame ground

    (11) Card fixing screw - - Screw to fix a card to the chassis.

    * When a card is mounted to the chassis, be sure to tighten the screw before use.

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    CPUSWE Card

    Item Indication Color Description

    (1) ALM lamp ALM Red Indicates the fault state of the card.

    On: A failure has occurred in the card or an error has been found during self-diagnosis.

    Blink: Failure occurs in FAN or low temperature.

    Off: The card is normal.

    (2) INS lamp INS Green/Yellow

    Indicates the operating state of the card.

    On (Green): The card is in the normal state.

    On (Yellow): The card is initial state.

    Blink (Yellow): The card is in the initial setting state or self-diagnosis state.

    Blink (green and yellow): The states are given below.

    - The module is downloading software, FPGA, or configuration.

    - The module is uploading configuration, failure information, or local log.

    Off: The card stops services, has a unit failure, or finds an error during self-diagnosis.

    (3) Power connector 1 PWR1 Green Power connector of the unit.

    On: Power is supplied normally.

    Off: Failure occurs in power supply.

    (4) Power connector 2 PWR2 Green Power connector of the unit.

    On: Power is supplied normally.

    Off: Failure occurs in power supply.

    * Power can be supplied via both or only one side of PWR1/2.

    (11) (10) (1) (2) (9) (6) (7) (8) (3) (4) (5) (11)

    PWRSELV

    RTNPULL

    ALM PWR1

    ETHRS-232C17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24FE CONSOLE SELV

    RTN-48V

    PWR2INS

    CPUSWE-48V

    EXT-CLK

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    Item Indication Color Description

    (5) Power switch PWR - Power on/off switch of the unit. Tilt the switch to right/left with pulling it out. The left side is Off, and the right side is On.

    (6) Console port 2 CONSOLE RS-232C

    - This is a console port used to connect to a local console terminal. An RS-232C cable is used for the connection. A cross cable is used for the connection with a console (such as a PC).

    (7) Console port 1 CONSOLE ETH

    - This is a console port used to connect to a local console terminal for the purpose of network download. An RJ45 STP (category 5) cable is used for the connection.

    (8) Clock port EXT-CLK - This is a port to output clocks.

    (9) Fast ether port FE17-24 Green/Yellow

    Port to connect the CX2200 to Ethernet using 10/100BASE-TX. An RJ45 STP (category 5) cable is used for the connection.

    LED (Green):

    On as a link is established.

    Blink as a link is established or frame is sent/received

    Off as no link is established.

    LED (Yellow):

    On as a 100M link is established

    (10) Frame ground connection terminal

    Terminal for connection to frame ground

    (11) Card fixing screw - - Screw to fix a card to the chassis.

    * When a card is mounted to the chassis, be sure to tighten the screw before use.

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    2GBE line card

    Item Indication Color Description

    (1) ALM lamp ALM Red Indicates the fault state of the card.

    On: A failure has occurred in the card.

    Off: The card is normal.

    SFP interface (port25)

    25 Green Port to connect the CX2200 to Ethernet using 1000BASE-SX/LX/ZX/ BX. A SFP (mini GBIC) module is used to connect a fiber-optic cable.

    LINK lamp LINK Green Indicates port state.

    On: A link is established (Link-Up).

    Off: No link is established (Link-Down).

    (2)

    ACT lamp ACT Green Indicates port state

    Blink: Communication is in progress.

    Off: Communication is not in progress.

    1000BASE-T 25 - Port to connect the CX2200 to Ethernet using 1000BASE-T. An RJ45 STP (category 5E or higher) cable is used for the connection.

    LINK lamp -

    (Connector)

    Green Indicates the LAN port state.

    On: A link is established (Link-Up).

    Off: No link is established (Link-Down).

    Blink: Communication is in progress.

    (3)

    SPEED lamp -

    (Connector)

    Yellow Indicates the LAN port state.

    This lamp lights only when 1000BASE-T is connected.

    SFP interface (port26)

    26 - Port to connect the CX2200 to Ethernet using 1000BASE-SX/LX/ZX/ BX. A SFP (mini GBIC) module is used to connect a fiber-optic cable.

    (4)

    LINK lamp LINK Green Indicates port state

    On: A link is established (Link-Up).

    Off: No link is established (Link-Down).

    LINK

    ACT

    LINK

    ACT

    25 26

    ALM

    2GBE

    (6) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

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    Item Indication Color Description

    ACT lamp ACT Green Indicates port state

    Blink: Communication is in progress.

    Off: Communication is not in progress.

    1000BASE-T 26 - Port to connect the CX2200 to Ethernet using 1000BASE-T. An RJ45 STP (category 5E or higher) cable is used for the connection.

    LINK lamp LINK Green Indicates the LAN port state.

    On: A link is established (Link-Up).

    Off: No link is established (Link-Down).

    Blink: Communication is in progress.

    (5)

    SPEED lamp ACT Yellow Indicates the LAN port state.

    This lamp lights only when 1000BASE-T is connected.

    (6) Card fixing screw - - Screw to fix a card to the chassis.

    * When a card is mounted to the chassis, be sure to tighten the screw before use.

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    32T1E1H line card

    Item Indication Color Description

    (1) ALM lamp ALM Red Indicates the fault state of the card.

    On: A failure has occurred in the card.

    Off: The card is normal.

    (2) T1/E1 line 1-16 - This port is used to connect this product to T1/E1 line.

    An MDR68 pin connector is used for the connection.

    (3) T1/E1 line 33-48 - This port is used to connect this product to T1/E1 line.

    An MDR68 pin connector is used for the connection.

    (4) Card fixing screws - - Screws to fix a card to the chassis.

    * When a card is mounted to the chassis, be sure to tighten the screws before use.

    (1) (4) (2) (3) (4)

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    32T1E1T line card

    (4) (1) (2) (3) (4)

    Item Indication Color Description

    (1) ALM lamp ALM Red Indicates the fault state of the card.

    On: A failure has occurred in the card.

    Off: The card is normal.

    (2) T1/E1 line 1-16 - This port is used to connect this product to T1/E1 line.

    An MDR68 pin connector is used for the connection.

    (3) T1/E1 line 33-48 - This port is used to connect this product to T1/E1 line.

    An MDR68 pin connector is used for the connection.

    (4) Card fixing screws - - Screws to fix a card to the chassis.

    * When a card is mounted to the chassis, be sure to tighten the screws before use.

    32T1E1T

    ALM

    1-16 33-48

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    1ATM155A line card

    Item Indication Color Description

    (1) ALM lamp ALM Red Indicates the fault state of the card.

    On: A failure has occurred in the card.

    Off: The card is normal.

    SFP interface 1 - Port to connect the CX2200 to an STM-1/OC-3 line. A SFP (mini GBIC) module is used to connect a fiber-optic cable.

    LINK lamp LINK Green Indicates the port state.

    On: A link is established (Link-Up).

    Off: No link is established (Link-Down).

    (2)

    FAIL lamp FAIL Red Indicates the port state.

    On: A line failure (F1) has occurred.

    Blink: A line failure (F2-F3) has occurred.

    Off: No line failure occurs.

    (3) Card fixing screws - - Screws to fix a card to the chassis.

    * When a card is mounted to the chassis, be sure to tighten the screws before use.

    ALMFAIL

    1

    1ATM155ALINK

    (1) (2) (3)(3)

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    Back surface (label)

    The label on the back surface of the product body of CX2200 is shown below. As the product number of the CX2200, "SPEC.No.NWA-035874-001" is indicated.

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    1.3 Specifications 1.3.1 Unit Specifications The following table lists the CX2200 specifications.

    For the specification relating to MPLS, refer to the Instruction Manual (MPLS).

    Function Specifications

    T1/E1 (MDR 68 x 2) 32

    STM-1/OC-3 (SFP) 1

    Basic ports

    10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) 8

    Uplink ports 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) 2

    1000BASE-X (SFP) 2

    10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) 1 Maintenance ports

    RS-232C (RJ-45) 1

    Interface

    Clock port BITS (DB9 female) 1

    Packet switching performance

    5.7Gbps Switch

    Packet transfer performance 4.2Mpps

    MAC learning 16K entries

    VLAN Up to 256 VLANs (VLANID range: 1-4094) Portbase VLAN, tagbase VLAN [802.1Q] Extended VLAN [802.1ad]

    QoS Priority control, Bandwidth control

    OAM Ethernet OAM (Y.1731/802.1ag)

    Ethernet

    Ring Ether Ring (ITU-T G.8032/Y.1731)

    Setting granularity 64kbps

    Number of classes 4 classes / output port

    Ether shaper

    Algorithm SP, Deficit WRR

    Number of TDM paths 16T1E1H/32T1E1H: Up to 112

    32T1E1T: Up to 96

    Circuit emulation SAToP (RFC4553), CESoPSN (RFC5086)

    TDM

    Clock synchronization Line clock, Adaptive clock

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    Function Specifications

    Number of VPs/VCs Up to 256

    Link redundancy IMA (AF-PHY-0086.001/I.761) (T1/E1)

    ATM

    (T1/E1, STM-1/OC-3)

    Circuit emulation ATM over Packet, ATM over MPLS (RFC4717)*1

    Setting granularity T1/E1: 64kbps (T1: 64k to 12.288M, E1: 64k to 16.384M)

    STM-1: 500kbps (500k to 150.0M)

    Number of classes 4 classes / output port

    ATM shaper

    Algorithm SP

    Input range -40.5 to -57V Power

    Input rating -48VDC/3.0A

    Network management SNMPv1/v2c (RFC 157,1902), MIB-II (RFC1213), syslog (RFC3164), RMON (RFC1757)

    Maintenance and operation CLI, TELNET (RFC854), FTP (RFC959), SNTPv3 (RFC2030), Remote File Update

    Guaranteed operating temperature

    Temperature: -5 to 50C Humidity: 5 to 90% (no condensation)

    Operable temperature Temperature: -10 to 55C Humidity: 5 to 90% (no condensation)

    Environment conditions

    (* FAN removal and FAN failure at 45C or higher are not guaranteed) Storage temperature Temperature: -20 to 65C

    Humidity: 5 to 90% (no condensation)

    External dimensions (WDH) 43023043.6mm (without the flange)

    *1 To use this function, a separate MPLS license must be purchased.

    32T1E1H line card operation mode 32T1E1T line card operation mode

    Port Operation mode

    Port1 to Port16 TDM mode

    TDMoP mode

    ATMoP mode

    Port33 to Port48 TDM mode

    Port Operation mode

    Port1 to Port16 TDM mode

    TDMoP mode

    Port33 to Port48 TDM mode

    TDMoP mode

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    1.3.2 Interface Specifications 1.3.2.1 Line interface specifications

    10/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T interface

    10/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T Appearance and Pin Assignment

    10/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T Straight Connection

    Port of this unit Straight cable Terminal port

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    Internal connection

    Signal name Contents

    Pin No.

    1

    2

    3

    6

    4

    5

    7

    8

    D0+

    D0-

    D1+

    D1-

    D2+

    D2-

    D3+

    D3-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    D0+

    D0-

    D1+

    D1-

    D2+

    D2-

    D3+

    D3-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    1

    2

    3

    6

    4

    5

    7

    8

    8 1

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    10/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T Cross Connection

    Port of this unit Cross cable Terminal port

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    Internal connection

    Signal name Contents

    Pin No.

    1

    2

    3

    6

    4

    5

    7

    8

    D0+

    D0-

    D1+

    D1-

    D2+

    D2-

    D3+

    D3-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    D0+

    D0-

    D1+

    D1-

    D2+

    D2-

    D3+

    D3-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    1

    2

    3

    6

    4

    5

    7

    8

    Note: Pins 4, 5, 7, and 8 are not cross-connected in some cases.

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    1000BASE-X interface The 1000BASE-X port is the SFP (mini GBIC) connector. Switching between 1000BASE-SX/LX is possible by changing the SFP module.

    For the SFP module, use the recommended CX2000 series product. Contact NEC for the recommended product.

    The following table lists the physical standard of the 1000BASE-SX/LX/ZX/BX.

    Note When removing an SPF module, pull out the module straight with the ejector being horizontal.

    Interface Standard

    Item Standard value

    Standard 1000BASE-SX

    (802.3z)

    1000BASE- LX

    (802.3z)

    1000BASE-ZX

    1000BASE- BX10-D

    (802.3ah)

    1000BASE-BX10-U

    (802.3ah)

    Interface speed (Mbits/sec) 1250

    Conductor count 2 1

    Transmission medium MMF SMF

    Encoding system 8B10B

    Wavelength (nm) 770 to 860 1270 to 1355 1520 to 1580 1480 to 1500 1260 to 1360

    Spectrum width (nm) 0.85 (RMS) 4 (RMS) 1 (20) 0.88 3.5

    Max. output power (dBm)

    0 -3 +5 -3

    Min. output power (dBm) -9.5 -11 0 -9

    Sending part

    Extinction ratio (dB) 9 or more 9 or more 7 or more 6 or more

    Wavelength (nm) 770 to 860 1270 to 1355 1520 to 1580 1260 to 1360 1480 to 1500

    Min. received light power (dBm)

    -17 -19 -24 -19.5

    Receiving part

    Max. received light power (dBm)

    0 -3 -3 -3

    1000BASE-X Eye Mask

    1.3

    0.8

    1.0

    0.5

    0.2

    0

    -0.20 22 37.5 62.5 78 100

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    1-23

    T1/E1 interface

    T1/E1 Interface (MDR 68 Pins, Female) Appearance

    T1/E1 Line Pin Assignment

    Port of this unit (Port 1-16)

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    11

    12

    13

    14

    15

    16

    17

    18

    19

    20

    21

    22

    23

    24

    25

    GND

    CH16_IN+

    CH16_OUT+

    CH15_IN+

    CH15_OUT+

    CH14_IN+

    CH14_OUT+

    CH13_IN+

    CH13_OUT+

    CH12_IN+

    CH12_OUT+

    CH11_IN+

    CH11_OUT+

    CH10_IN+

    CH10_OUT+

    CH9_IN+

    CH9_OUT+

    CH8_IN+

    CH8_OUT+

    CH7_IN+

    CH7_OUT+

    CH6_IN+

    CH6_OUT+

    CH5_IN+

    CH5_OUT+

    Ground

    CH16 Receive+

    CH16 Send+

    CH15 Receive+

    CH15 Send+

    CH14 Receive+

    CH14 Send+

    CH13 Receive+

    CH13 Send+

    CH12 Receive+

    CH12 Send+

    CH11 Receive+

    CH11 Send+

    CH10 Receive+

    CH10 Send+

    CH9 Receive+

    CH9 Send+

    CH8 Receive+

    CH8 Send+

    CH7 Receive+

    CH7 Send+

    CH6 Receive+

    CH6 Send+

    CH5 Receive+

    CH5 Send+

    35

    36

    37

    38

    39

    40

    41

    42

    43

    44

    45

    46

    47

    48

    49

    50

    51

    52

    53

    54

    55

    56

    57

    58

    59

    GND

    CH16_IN-

    CH16_OUT-

    CH15_IN-

    CH15_OUT-

    CH14_IN-

    CH14_OUT-

    CH13_IN-

    CH13_OUT-

    CH12_IN-

    CH12_OUT-

    CH11_IN-

    CH11_OUT-

    CH10_IN-

    CH10_OUT-

    CH9_IN-

    CH9_OUT-

    CH8_IN-

    CH8_OUT-

    CH7_IN-

    CH7_OUT-

    CH6_IN-

    CH6_OUT-

    CH5_IN-

    CH5_OUT-

    Ground

    CH16 Receive-

    CH16 Send-

    CH15 Receive-

    CH15 Send-

    CH14 Receive-

    CH14 Send-

    CH13 Receive-

    CH13 Send-

    CH12 Receive-

    CH12 Send-

    CH11 Receive-

    CH11 Send-

    CH10 Receive-

    CH10 Send-

    CH9 Receive-

    CH9 Send-

    CH8 Receive-

    CH8 Send-

    CH7 Receive-

    CH7 Send-

    CH6 Receive-

    CH6 Send-

    CH5 Receive-

    CH5 Send-

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    Port of this unit (Port 1-16)

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    26

    27

    28

    29

    30

    31

    32

    33

    34

    CH4_IN+

    CH4_OUT+

    CH3_IN+

    CH3_OUT+

    CH2_IN+

    CH2_OUT+

    CH1_IN+

    CH1_OUT+

    GND

    CH4 Receive+

    CH4 Send+

    CH3 Receive+

    CH3 Send+

    CH2 Receive+

    CH2 Send+

    CH1 Receive+

    CH1 Send+

    Ground

    60

    61

    62

    63

    64

    65

    66

    67

    68

    CH4_IN-

    CH4_OUT-

    CH3_IN-

    CH3_OUT-

    CH2_IN-

    CH2_OUT-

    CH1_IN-

    CH1_OUT-

    GND

    CH4 Receive-

    CH4 Send-

    CH3 Receive-

    CH3 Send-

    CH2 Receive-

    CH2 Send-

    CH1 Receive-

    CH1 Send-

    Ground

    Port of this unit (Port 33-48)

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    11

    12

    13

    14

    15

    16

    17

    18

    19

    20

    GND

    CH48_IN+

    CH48_OUT+

    CH47_IN+

    CH47_OUT+

    CH46_IN+

    CH46_OUT+

    CH45_IN+

    CH45_OUT+

    CH44_IN+

    CH44_OUT+

    CH43_IN+

    CH43_OUT+

    CH42_IN+

    CH42_OUT+

    CH41_IN+

    CH41_OUT+

    CH40_IN+

    CH40_OUT+

    CH39_IN+

    Ground

    CH48 Receive+

    CH48 Send+

    CH47 Receive+

    CH47 Send+

    CH46 Receive+

    CH46 Send+

    CH45 Receive+

    CH45 Send+

    CH44 Receive+

    CH44 Send+

    CH43 Receive+

    CH43 Send+

    CH42 Receive+

    CH42 Send+

    CH41 Receive+

    CH41 Send+

    CH40 Receive+

    CH40 Send+

    CH39 Receive+

    35

    36

    37

    38

    39

    40

    41

    42

    43

    44

    45

    46

    47

    48

    49

    50

    51

    52

    53

    54

    GND

    CH48_IN-

    CH48_OUT-

    CH47_IN-

    CH47_OUT-

    CH46_IN-

    CH46_OUT-

    CH45_IN-

    CH45_OUT-

    CH44_IN-

    CH44_OUT-

    CH43_IN-

    CH43_OUT-

    CH42_IN-

    CH42_OUT-

    CH41_IN-

    CH41_OUT-

    CH40_IN-

    CH40_OUT-

    CH39_IN-

    Ground

    CH48 Receive-

    CH48 Send-

    CH47 Receive-

    CH47 Send-

    CH46 Receive-

    CH46 Send-

    CH45 Receive-

    CH45 Send-

    CH44 Receive-

    CH44 Send-

    CH43 Receive-

    CH43 Send-

    CH42 Receive-

    CH42 Send-

    CH41 Receive-

    CH41 Send-

    CH40 Receive-

    CH40 Send-

    CH39 Receive-

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    Port of this unit (Port 33-48)

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    21

    22

    23

    24

    25

    26

    27

    28

    29

    30

    31

    32

    33

    34

    CH39_OUT+

    CH38_IN+

    CH38_OUT+

    CH37_IN+

    CH37_OUT+

    CH36_IN+

    CH36_OUT+

    CH35_IN+

    CH35_OUT+

    CH34_IN+

    CH34_OUT+

    CH33_IN+

    CH33_OUT+

    GND

    CH39 Send+

    CH38 Receive+

    CH38 Send+

    CH37 Receive+

    CH37 Send+

    CH36 Receive+

    CH36 Send+

    CH35 Receive+

    CH35 Send+

    CH34 Receive+

    CH34 Send+

    CH33 Receive+

    CH33 Send+

    Ground

    55

    56

    57

    58

    59

    60

    61

    62

    63

    64

    65

    66

    67

    68

    CH39_OUT-

    CH38_IN-

    CH38_OUT-

    CH37_IN-

    CH37_OUT-

    CH36_IN-

    CH36_OUT-

    CH35_IN-

    CH35_OUT-

    CH34_IN-

    CH34_OUT-

    CH33_IN-

    CH33_OUT-

    GND

    CH39 Send-

    CH38 Receive-

    CH38 Send-

    CH37 Receive-

    CH37 Send-

    CH36 Receive-

    CH36 Send-

    CH35 Receive-

    CH35 Send-

    CH34 Receive-

    CH34 Send-

    CH33 Receive-

    CH33 Send-

    Ground

    T1/E1 Interface Electrical Conditions

    Item T1 E1

    Interface speed (kbps) 1544 2048

    Transmission code B8ZS, AMI HDB3, AMI

    Impedance () 100 120/75

    Support frame ESF

    SF

    CRC4 multiframe

    CRC4 multiframe-no-CAS

    non-CRC-4(G.704 basic)

    unframed

  • Specifications

    1-26

    STM-1/OC-3 interface The SFP of the following interface types can be installed.

    For the SFP module, use the recommended CX2000 series product. Contact NEC for the recommended product.

    Note When removing an SPF module, pull out the module straight with the ejector being horizontal.

    SFP module type Standard value

    SONET OC3 IR-1 LR-1 LR-2

    ITU-T G.957 S-1.1 L-1.1 L-1.2

    Transmission medium SMF

    Interface speed (Mbits/sec) 155.520

    Wavelength (nm) 1261 to 1360 1263 to 1360 1480 to 1580

    Max. output power (dBm) -8 0 0

    Min. output power (dBm) -15 -5 -5

    Sending part

    Extinction ratio (dB) 8.2 or more 10 or more 10 or more

    Wavelength (nm) 1261 to 1360 1263 to 1360 1480 to 1580

    Min. received light power (dBm) -28 -34 -34

    Receiving part

    Max. received light power (dBm) -8 -10 -10

    STM-1 ATM Eye Mask

    1.2

    0.8

    1.0

    0.5

    0.2

    0

    -0.2

    0 0.15 0.35 0.65 0.85 1.00

    Normalized Time (% of Unit Interval)

    Nor

    mal

    ized

    Am

    plitu

    de

  • Specifications

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    1.3.2.2 Console port connectors Console port (RJ-45)

    Console Port (RJ-45) Appearance and Pin Assignment

    Console Port (RJ-45) Cross Connection

    Port of this unit (RJ-45) Crossing cable

    Terminal port (D-Sub 9 pins, male)

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    Internal connection

    Signal name Contents

    Pin No.

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    CTS

    DTR

    TxD

    GND

    GND

    RxD

    DSR

    RTS

    CD

    RxD

    TxD

    DTR

    GND

    DSR

    RTS

    CTS

    RI

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    8 1

  • Specifications

    1-28

    NMS port (10/100BASE-TX)

    NMS Port (10/100BASE-TX) Appearance and Pin Assignment

    NMS Port (10/100BASE-TX) Straight Connection

    Port of this unit Straight cable Terminal port

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    Internal connection

    Signal name Contents

    Pin No.

    1

    2

    3

    6

    4

    5

    7

    8

    D0+

    D0-

    D1+

    D1-

    D2+

    D2-

    D3+

    D3-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    D0+

    D0-

    D1+

    D1-

    D2+

    D2-

    D3+

    D3-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    1

    2

    3

    6

    4

    5

    7

    8

    NMS Port (10/100BASE-TX) Cross Connection

    Port of this unit Crossing cable Terminal port

    Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    Internal connection

    Signal name Contents

    Pin No.

    1

    2

    3

    6

    4

    5

    7

    8

    D0+

    D0-

    D1+

    D1-

    D2+

    D2-

    D3+

    D3-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    D0+

    D0-

    D1+

    D1-

    D2+

    D2-

    D3+

    D3-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    Send/receive+

    Send/receive-

    1

    2

    3

    6

    4

    5

    7

    8

    Note: Pins 4, 5, 7, and 8 are not cross-connected in some cases.

    8 1

  • Specifications

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    1.3.2.3 Clock interface specification Clock interface (DSUB 9-pin)

    Clock interface external appearance and pin assignment

    Clock interface pin assignment

    BITS Pin No.

    Signal name Contents

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    TIP

    N.C

    FG

    N.C

    N.C

    RING

    N.C

    FG

    N.C

    External Clock Output T Lead

    N.C

    Frame Ground

    N.C

    N.C

    External Clock Output R Lead

    N.C

    Frame Ground

    N.C

    Note When using BITS, connect pin 1, pin 3, pin 6, and pin 8.

    2048 kHz synchronization interface (G.703.13) electrical conditions

    Item Standard value

    Transmission medium Twisted paired

    Interface speed (kHz) 2048

    Impedance () 120 Amplitude 1.0~1.9Vo-p

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  • Operations

    2-1

    2 Operations

    2.1 Outline..........................................2-3

    2.2 Commands...................................2-4 2.2.1 Entering a Command...................................... 2-4 2.2.2 Command Line Interface ................................ 2-5

    2.3 Setting of Basic Functions.......2-11 2.3.1 Setting of Basic Functions ............................ 2-11 2.3.2 Setting of Extended Functions.................... 2-114

    2.4 ATM Functions ........................2-128 2.4.1 ATM Path Setting........................................ 2-128 2.4.2 ATM Shaper Function................................. 2-153 2.4.3 ATM-OAM Setting....................................... 2-158 2.4.4 IMA Function .............................................. 2-163

    2.5 TDM Functions ........................2-171 2.5.1 TDM Setting................................................ 2-171 2.5.2 TDMoP Setting ........................................... 2-179

    2.6 EtherOAM Functions ..............2-210 2.6.1 EtherOAM Function .................................... 2-210 2.6.2 EtherRing Function..................................... 2-248

  • Operations

    2-2

    2.7 Configuration Data..................2-266 2.7.1 About Configuration Data ........................... 2-266 2.7.2 Configuration Data Management................ 2-270

  • Outline

    2-3

    2.1 Outline This chapter describes how to operate the CLI (Command Line Interface). This chapter also describes the setting procedures related to the basic functions such as VLAN, QoS or link aggregation, as well as the ATM functions such as PVC registration, ATM shaper, OAM and IMA, the TDM functions such as TDM path and TDMoP (CES), and the EtherOAM functions.

  • Commands

    2-4

    2.2 Commands 2.2.1 Entering a Command 2.2.1.1 Rules for entering a command This unit uses the command line interface (CLI) to accept commands.

    The displayed command prompt is followed by a command or space-delimited commands. A parameter following a command is delimited by a space.

    Single-byte numbers, letters, and symbols can be entered. The letters are case sensitive.

    [1] Command prompt [2] Command [3] Cursor

    Error message during command entry If command execution ends abnormally because an incorrect command or unauthorized command is entered, an error message appears.

    Memo For details of individual error messages, see "6 Command Error List" in Appendix.

    Switch> date 10/21/04 10:51:30 00034 : Command not found. Switch>

    Switch> show system date

    [1] [2] [3]

  • Commands

    2-5

    2.2.2 Command Line Interface During command entry, you can move the cursor, edit characters on the command line, call the command history, complete a command, enter an abbreviated command, and use the help and scroll control functions.

    Cursor movement The cursor can be moved on the command line.

    Ctrl + b or Moves the cursor one character to the left.

    Ctrl + f or Moves the cursor one character to the right. Ctrl + a Moves the cursor to the beginning of the line.

    Ctrl + e Moves the cursor to the end of the line.

    Switch> show system date Switch> show system date Switch> show system date Switch> show system date Switch> show system date

    Ctrl + b or (One character to the left) Ctrl + a (To the beginning of the line)

    Ctrl + f or (One character to the right) Ctrl + e (To the end of the line)

  • Commands

    2-6

    Editing characters on the command line The following key combinations can be used with cursor movement to delete or edit characters on the command line.

    Back Space Deletes the character to the left of the cursor.

    Ctrl + k Deletes the characters between the cursor position and the end of the command line.

    Ctrl + u Deletes the entered characters on the command line.

    Ctrl + w Deletes the characters between the cursor position and the beginning of the command line.

    Ctrl + y Pastes the cut or copied character string.

    Ctrl + z Cancels the standby state and starts a new line.

    Switch> show system date Switch> show system dat Switch> show system dat Switch> show system dat Switch> show system d Switch> Switch> show system d Switch> Switch>

    Back Space (Delete the character to the left)

    Ctrl + k (Deletes the characters up to the end)

    Ctrl + u (Deletes the characters on the command line)

    Ctrl + y (Pastes the cut or copied character string)

    Ctrl + w (Deletes the characters between the cursor position and the beginning) Ctrl + z (Starts a new line)

    Ctrl + b or (One character to the left) Ctrl + b or (One character to the left)

  • Commands

    2-7

    Calling command history The commands entered so far can be called through key operation.

    The commands can be called from newest to oldest or from oldest to newest.

    The command history capacity is 20 latest commands. When all commands are called, the first prompt appears.

    A called command can be edited.

    Ctrl + n or Calls the entered commands from the oldest one.

    Ctrl + p or Calls the entered commands from the newest one.

    After startup, when the three commands "show all", "show session", and "show system date" has been entered in this order, the commands are called as shown below.

    In combined use, the order is determined relative to the current command.

    Switch> Switch> show system date Switch> show session Switch> show all Switch>

    Ctrl + p or Ctrl + p or Ctrl + p or Ctrl + p or

    Switch> Switch> show system date Switch> show session Switch> show system date Switch> Switch>

    Ctrl + p or Ctrl + p or Ctrl + n or Ctrl + n or Ctrl + n or

  • Commands

    2-8

    Completion of a command The Tab key completes a command that is incompletely entered.

    When there is only one command that begins with the entered character string, pressing the Tab key completes the rest of the command.

    When there is more than one command that begins with the entered character string, pressing the Tab key does not complete the rest of the command.

    Switch> show system da Tab Switch> show system date

    Switch> show s Tab Switch> show s

  • Commands

    2-9

    Entering an abbreviated command When there is only one command that begins with the entered character string, pressing the Enter key can enter the command. When there is more than one command that begins with the entered character string, the command cannot be entered.

    The following example shows entry of the abbreviated "disable" command.

    For a command containing multiple words, if each of the words can be abbreviated, the command can be entered with each word abbreviated. A space is used to separate between the words.

    The following example shows entry of the abbreviated "write memory" command.

    Help function The ? key can be used to list command descriptions.

    The ? key displays the descriptions of the commands or parameters that can be used in that state.

    Switch# dis Enter Switch>

    Switch# wr m Enter Writing Flash Memory... Switch#

    Switch# set terminal scroll system ? off Disables scroll control. on Enables scroll control. (d) Scroll Line Switch# set terminal scroll system

  • Commands

    2-10

    Scroll control If scroll control is set, "--More--" appears in midstream of display to stop scrolling many lines of information. Press the Space key to display the multiple lines that follow or press the Enter key to display the next line. If Ctrl + c are pressed, the subsequent display is cancelled and the prompt appears.

    Commands

    set terminal scroll system Setting of scroll control defaults

    set terminal scroll local Setting of local terminal scroll control

    show terminal config Display of scroll setting

    Note on entering a command Only the ASCII characters (excluding control characters) can be used to enter a command.

    When two or more commands are copied and pasted simultaneously, the commands may not be properly executed.

  • Setting of Basic Functions

    2-11

    Sets the attributes for each port.

    2.3 Setting of Basic Functions 2.3.1 Setting of Basic Functions 2.3.1.1 Port Set the communication mode for the FastEther (100BASE-TX) port (hereinafter called FE port), GigabitEther (1000BASE-X/T) port (hereinafter called GbE port), T1/E1 port, and ATM155 port in accordance with the use environment.

    Note When you change port settings during communication, communication may instantaneously stop or a frame error may occur.

    Setting port attributes 2-12

  • Setting of Basic Functions

    2-12

    Sets the media for the GbE port.

    Sets the line speed.