Index

Symbols  A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  V  W  X

 

Symbols

10-Gigabit Ethernet modules    
specifying an interface    123
802.3ad link aggregation    
E120 and E320 routers
802.3ah link-fault management    
E120 and E320 routers    12
802.3ah OAM link-fault management     See Ethernet OAM link-fault management    
 

A

AAA (authentication, authorization, accounting)    
sending ATM interface descriptions to
aaa commands    
aaa domain-map
aaa tunnel calling-number-format
aaa tunnel calling-number-format fallback
AAL (ATM Adaptation Layer)
AAL5 encapsulation    
functions of access nodes
interworking function    12
AAL5 encapsulation types
AC-Cookie tag, PPPoE
AC-Name tag, PPPoE
access nodes    
as Ethernet switches
digital subscriber lines (DSL) and
in Ethernet aggregation networks, overview
interworking functions
accounting statistics    
terminated PPP session
active discovery mode    
and OAM link-fault management
configuration on    
provider edge devices
functions of
performance variables    
responding to
retrieval of
starting remote loopback    
by the local entity
triggering the discovery process
address ranges    
VPI/VCI    12
Agent-Circuit-Id    
format of    
configuration scenario for encapsulation lockout, IWF PPPoE sessions
Agent-Circuit-Id DSL Forum VSA    
usage in dynamic encapsulation lockout    
for IWF PPPoE sessions
agent-circuit-identifier and dynamic VLAN subinterfaces    12
Agent-Remote-Id DSL Forum VSA    
usage in dynamic encapsulation lockout    
for IWF PPPoE sessions
aggregating T1 or E1 lines    12
aggregation, Ethernet link
AIS (alarm indication signal) cells    12
alarm indication signal cells.     See AIS cells    
ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) table
arp commands    
arp
ARP, Inverse
Asynchronous Transfer Mode.     See ATM    
ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode)    12,  See also OAM, ATM    
AAL
AIS cells, handling
ATM passthrough
cable lengths
CAC
CC cells
cell scrambling payload
configuring    123
dynamic interfaces
E120 and E320 routers    12345678
E320 routers    12
fault management
ILMI
interface description
loopback cells, handling    12
Martini encapsulation
module capabilities (statistics)
monitoring
OAM
oversubscription for dynamic interfaces    12
overview
ping    
configuring
overview
platform considerations
PVCs    
configuring
configuring individual parameters for
defining
RDI cells, handling
testing
VC classes
VC integrity
VCC-layer connectivity verification
ATM 1483 subinterfaces, dynamic    
assigning VC classes to    123
benefits of using
bulk configuration of VC ranges
changing VC subranges
configuring
creating static ATM interfaces in VC subranges    12
exporting descriptions
monitoring
overriding base profile assignments
oversubscription    12
overview
profiles for
restarting LCP negotiations for PPPoA clients
atm aal5 commands    
atm aal5 description
atm aal5 shutdown
atm aal5 snmp link-status
ATM Adaptation Layer.     See AAL    
atm atm1483 commands    
atm atm1483 advisory-rx-speed    123
atm atm1483 description    12
atm atm1483 export-subinterface-description
atm atm1483 mtu
atm atm1483 shutdown
atm atm1483 snmp trap link-status
atm atm1483 subscriber
atm commands    1,  See also show atm commands    
atm auto-configuration
atm bulk-config    12
atm cac
atm class-vc
atm clock internal
atm description
atm framing    12
atm ilmi-enable
atm ilmi-keepalive    123
atm lbo    12
atm oam
atm oam flush    123
atm oam loopback-location
atm pvc    123456
atm shutdown
atm snmp trap link-status
atm sonet
atm sonet stm-1
atm uni-version    12
atm vc-per-vp    123
atm vp-description
atm vp-tunnel    12
monitor atm vc
monitor atm vp
ping atm interface atm
ATM VC Configuration mode
ATM virtual circuit (VC)
ATM-to-Ethernet interworking    
arrival of a PPPoA session at the DSLAM    
and conversion into a PPPoE session at the DSLAM
configuration examples for    
1:1 association between DSLAM and B-RAS
N:1 association between DSLAMs and B-RAS
conversion from ATM to Ethernet    
mapping method for tags
conversion from Ethernet to ATM    
mapping method for tags
cross-connect    
provision of Layer 2 switching
distinction between IWF and non-IWF PPPoE sessions    
using the IWF PPPoE tag
method of mapping of ATM to Ethernet packets
overview
translation of ATM into Ethernet traffic
transmission of a PPPoE session    
to the access concentrator
authentication    
EAP
MLPPP
PPP    12
subscribers on dynamic bridged Ethernet interfaces    123
auto-configure commands    
auto-configure    123
auto-configure atm1483
auto-configure vlan
autodetection of dynamic interfaces    12
 

B

B-RAS application    
authentication of PPPoE packets
IWF PPPoE sessions    
multiple DSLAMs connected to an access concentrator
one DSLAM connected to an access concentrator
usage of the IWF PPPoE tag    
in identifying IWF sessions
B-RAS applications, with PPP sessions
B-RAS device    
operation for    
interworked PPPoA sessions
interworked PPPoE over ATM sessions
bandwidth    
SONET/SDH
baseline commands    
baseline atm
baseline atm vp interface
baseline bridge
baseline bridge interface
baseline frame-relay
baseline frame-relay interface
baseline frame-relay multilinkinterface
baseline hdlc interface serial
baseline interface atm
baseline interface pos
baseline ppp (MLPPP)
baseline ppp interface
baseline pppoe interface
bridge commands    1,  See also clear bridge commands; show bridge commands; subscriber policy commands    
bridge
bridge acquire
bridge address
bridge aging time
bridge crb
bridge learn
bridge route
bridge snmp-trap link-status
bridge subscriber-policy
bridge-group
bridge groups    
configuring optional attributes
creating
defined
monitoring
bridge interfaces    
configuring
defined
monitoring
supported configurations
types of
bridge1483 commands    
bridge1483 mtu
bridge1483 service-profile
bridged Ethernet dynamic interfaces    1
authenticating subscribers    123
profile characteristics
bridged Ethernet static interfaces    1
application
backward compatible configuration
configuring
configuring for terminated traffic
configuring MTU size
configuring S-VLANs
configuring VLANs
E120 and E320 routers
MAC address validation
monitoring
platform considerations
terminating and routing traffic
VLAN and S-VLAN support
bridged IP    
configuring
E120 and E320 routers
overview
platform considerations
bridging, transparent    
concurrent routing and bridging    12
configuration examples    
bridged Ethernet
VLANs
configuration tasks
configuring    
bridge groups and bridge interfaces    12
optional bridge group attributes
routing
subscriber policies
creating bridge groups
E120 and E320 routers
MAC addresses    12
monitoring
overview
platform considerations
prerequisites
references
setting statistics baselines
subscriber policies
unsupported features
broadcast command
bulk configuration of VC ranges    1
assigning VC classes    123
oversubscription    12
restarting LCP negotiations for PPPoA clients
with CAC    12
bulk configuration of VLAN ranges
bundle    
MLFR    12
MLPPP    12
 

C

C-VLAN tags    
virtual path identifier (VPI) mapping to    
in ATM-to-Ethernet conversion
cable length    
ATM interfaces
CAC (connection admission control) for ATM    
configuring    12
overview
with bulk configuration    12
Calling Number AVP    
descriptive format configuration
format configuration with agent ID suboptions
cbr command    12
CE-side load balancing
CE1 line modules    
MLPPP features
cells    
AIS    12
ATM
F4 OAM
fault management
handling of ATM loopback
loopback
RDI    12
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol.     See CHAP    
channelized T1 interfaces    
MLPPP features
channelized T3 interfaces    
end-to-end fragmentation and reassembly
MLPPP features
CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol)
circuit ID, capturing for PPPoE    
configuring
dsl-forum-1 format and examples    12
formatting    12
monitoring
overview
sending to RADIUS or L2TP    12
troubleshooting
using in profiles    12
Cisco HDLC    
configuring
E120 and E320 routers
error frames
framing
line modules supported
monitoring
overview    12
platform considerations
shutting down the interface
SLARP Address Resolution protocol
SLARP Keep-Alive protocol
SLARP keepalive interval
class-int command    12
class-vc command
classes, VC    
assigning to    
ATM major interfaces
dynamic ATM 1483 subinterfaces    123
PVCs
static ATM 1483 subinterfaces
benefits
configuring
examples    
configuration
precedence levels
monitoring
overview
precedence levels
upgrade considerations
clear bridge commands    
clear bridge
clear bridge address
clear bridge interface
clock commands    
clock source    
POS interfaces
clock source, selecting    
ATM interfaces
POS interfaces
COCX-F3 line modules    
MLPPP features
cOCx/STMx interfaces    
end-to-end fragmentation and reassembly
MLPPP features
cold router restart    
preservation of    
settings for enabling and disabling remote loopback
concurrent routing and bridging.     See CRB    
configuration examples    
ATM 1483 subinterfaces, dynamic
ATM VC classes    12
bridged Ethernet, dynamic
bridged Ethernet, static
Cisco HDLC
IPoA, dynamic
MLFR
MLPPP, static
PPP, serial
PPPoE, dynamic    12
PPPoE, static    12
profiles for dynamic interfaces
transparent bridging
VLAN subinterfaces, dynamic    12
configure file command
configuring.     See specific feature, product, or protocol    
connection admission control.     See CAC for ATM    
connection types, ATM    
multipoint
point-to-point
control block    
functions of    
implementation of discovery process
rules management of received OAM PDUs from the parser
transmission of OAM PDUs to the multiplexer
interface between    
OAM client and internal sublayer elements
control PVCs, creating
conventions    
notice icons
text and syntax
CRB (concurrent routing and bridging)    
bridge crb command
bridge route command
configuring routing
defined
enabling
crc command    12
creating an IP profile    
tcp adjust-mss
critical event    
denoting an unspecified vendor-specific error condition
detection of error conditions    
in the receive path of the link
influencing the link state    
using the bit in the Flags field
OAM remote failure detection    
notified constantly to the local entity
critical event PDU    
received from the remote peer    
influencing the link state
OAM link monitoring
CT3/T3-F0 line modules    
MLPPP features
customer support    1
contacting JTAC
 

D

data communication equipment.     See DCE    
data PVCs, creating
data terminal equipment.     See DTE    
data-link connection identifier.     See DLCI    
DCE (data communication equipment)    
configuring Frame Relay interface as    123
frame-relay lmi commands
show frame-relay lmi command    12
debugging PPP and PPPoE dynamic interfaces
description, interface    
ATM 1483 subinterfaces, exporting
ATM interfaces
ATM virtual paths
Frame Relay interfaces
POS interfaces    12
sending to AAA
serial interfaces
DHCP option 82 field
DHCP relay    
with bridged IP
digital subscriber line access multiplexers.     See DSLAMs    
discovery process     See OAM discovery    
Discovery protocol with PPPoE
DLCI (data-link connection identifier)    123
documentation set    
comments on
ds3-scramble command
DSL Forum VSAs    
Agent-Circuit-Id    
encapsulation type lockout
Agent-Remote-Id    
encapsulation type lockout
as criteria for encapsulation type lockout
IWF-Session    
dynamic encapsulation type lockout
PPPoE clients with duplicate MAC addresses
dsl-forum-1 format for PPPoE remote circuit ID
DSLAM devices    
IWF PPPoE sessions and    
multiple DSLAMs connected to an access concentrator
single DSLAM connected to an access concentrator
DSLAMs (digital subscriber line access multiplexers)
DTE (data terminal equipment)    
configuring Frame Relay interface as    123
frame-relay lmi command
show frame-relay lmi command    12
Duplicate event notification OAM PDUs    
viewing
duplicate protection    
disabled for    
IWF PPPoE sessions, method of processing
non-IWF PPPoE sessions, method of processing
enabled for    
IWF PPPoE sessions, method of processing
non-IWF PPPoE sessions, method of processing
for an underlying interface    
PPPoE logical interface activation and
for IWF PPPoE sessions    
guidelines for configuring
of IWF PPPoE sessions    
and access to network services
based on MAC addresses
guidelines for configuring
prevention of unauthorized access
scenarios of configuration
topologies for IWF PPPoE sessions    
1:1 association between DSLAMs and the B-RAS application
N:1 association between DSLAMs and the B-RAS application
types of PPPoE sessions    
with the IWF tag absent in PADR
with the IWF tag present in PADR
dying gasp    
cases in which it occurs
influencing the link state    
using the bit in Flags field
OAM remote failure detection    
using Flags field in Information PDUs
vendor-specific condition    
notified constantly to the local entity
dynamic encapsulation type lockout    1
based on DSL Forum VSAs    
for IWF PPPoE sessions
benefits
configuring    123
criteria used in determining    
for IWF PPPoE sessions
for IWF PPPoE sessions    
guidelines for configuring
same as the behavior for non-IWF sessions, scenario
sample configuration scenario
single DSLAM connected to a B-RAS device
with DSL Forum VSAs not present in PADR
for PPPoE clients    1
clearing lockout condition
configuring
differences from PPPoE over static ATM
monitoring    12345
grace period
guidelines
parameters used to perform    
Agent-Circuit-Id
Agent-Remote-Id
MAC address
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.     See DHCP relay    
dynamic interfaces    
ATM 1483 subinterfaces    12
autodetection    12
bridged Ethernet    1
authenticating subscribers    123
configuring from a profile    123
configuring from RADIUS
configuring IPoA
configuring Multiclass MLPPP
configuring PPP and PPPoE over ATM    1
restarting LCP negotiations
configuring PPPoE over static PPPoE    1
ATM interface columns
encapsulation type lockout
Ethernet and S-VLAN interface columns
Ethernet and VLAN interface columns
S-VLAN oversubscription    12
static Ethernet interface columns
E120 and E320 routers    123
E320 routers    123
inserting dynamic IP routes into routing table
monitoring    12
oversubscription, ATM    12
overview    12
platform considerations    123
profiles, reassigning
RADIUS authentication    12
troubleshooting
types supported    123
VLAN subinterfaces
VLAN subinterfaces with agent-circuit-identifier information    12
 

E

E120 and E320 routers    
802.3ad link aggregation
802.3ah link-fault management    12
ATM interfaces    123456789
bridged IP interfaces
Cisco HDLC interfaces
dynamic interfaces    123
POS interfaces    1234
PPP interfaces    12
PPPoE interfaces    12
transparent bridging
e3-scramble command
E320 routers    
ATM interfaces
bridged Ethernet
dynamic interfaces    123
POS interfaces
PPP interfaces
EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol)    1
authentication methods
authentication negotiation
components
L2TP
limitations
MRU
MTU
performance
retransmission of packets
scalability
types
ECMP (equal-cost multipath)    
MLFR alternative to
MLPPP alternative to
enable commands    
enable
enabling LMI
enabling Multiclass MLPPP
encapsulation commands    
encapsulation    12
encapsulation bridge1483    123
encapsulation frame-relay ietf    123
encapsulation hdlc
encapsulation mlframe-relay ietf
encapsulation ppp    12345
encapsulation pppoe    12
encapsulation vlan    1234
encapsulation method    
ATM interface
Cisco HDLC interface
Frame Relay interface    123
encapsulation type lockout.     See dynamic encapsulation type lockout    
encapsulation, configuring for PVCs
end-to-end fragmentation and reassembly, Frame Relay
endpoint discriminator    
MLPPP
equal-cost multipath.     See ECMP    
error frame seconds    
configuring    
high threshold
low threshold
window
error frame seconds summary events    
configuring    
high threshold
low threshold
window
error frames    
Frame Relay
PPP
Errored Frame Event TLV    
in Event notification OAM PDUs    
for tracking frame errors
Errored Frame Seconds Summary Event TLV    
in Event notification OAM PDUs    
for tracking frame seconds summary errors
Errored Symbol Period TLV    
in Event notification OAM PDUs    
for tracking symbol errors
ES2-S1 Service IOA    
MLPPP features
Ethernet aggregation networks    
access nodes in, overview
Ethernet interfaces    
CE-side load balancing
changing of the operational status    
and generation of a link-fault event
commands    12,  See also show commands    
interface fastEthernet
interface lag
failing over to the redundant link    
when high threshold is exceeded
IEEE 802.1Q
IEEE 802.3ad
L2TP
link aggregation (LAG)
link-fault management    
guidelines for configuring
monitoring    1234
moving to the down state    
when high threshold is exceeded
MPLS    12
multinetting
OAM link-fault management
on SRP modules    
and support for link-fault management
operational states    
down state on OAM association tear-down
up state on OAM association rebuilding
PPPoE over S-VLANs
S-VLANs    12
subnetwork attachment point (SNAP)
VLANs
Ethernet link aggregation    
CE-side load balancing
configuring
enabling CE-side load balancing
interoperation with OAM link-fault management    
operation of 802.3ah below the LAG sublayer
IP interfaces    
example
MPLS    12
MPLS over VLAN
overview    12
PPPoE subinterfaces    1
example
VLAN subinterfaces    1
example
Ethernet link aggregation commands    
interface lag
lacp
lacp port-priority
member-interface
minimum-links
Ethernet link redundancy    
configuration models
configuring
link behavior
overview
Ethernet link-fault management    
outage time of forwarding controller    
and unified ISSU
stateful SRP switchover    
effect on OAM settings
of more than 2 seconds
recommendation for PDU loss threshold setting
stateful SRP switchover support and    
dependence on completion time
unified ISSU    
halted when upgrade in progress
resumption when upgrade is complete
Ethernet OAM link-fault management    
actions on exceeding high threshold    
disabling interface
failing over to redundant link
configuring remote failure detection    
critical events
dying gasp
link fault
configuring, procedure
disabling    
remote loopback functionality on a remote peer
discovery, overview
elements, overview    
client
sublayer
enabling    
on a particular interface
remote loopback functionality on a remote peer
error message    
while enabling remote loopback functionality on a remote peer
example    
for configuring discovery mode
for configuring link monitoring
for configuring remote fault detection
for enabling remote loopback on local entity
features, understanding
figure showing interconnection with LAG
guidelines for configuring
implementing    
at the interface level
Information OAM PDUs    
components of
initiation of discovery in active mode
transmission settings for
interrelationship with link aggregation sublayer
Marker response PDUs    
and exceeding of high threshold
modifying    
discovery mode
OAM client, functions of
OAM link monitoring, overview
OAM messages, overview
OAM remote and local loopback mode
OAM remote fault detection, overview
overview
performance impact    
on ES2 4G LMs
performance impact and memory usage    
with link monitoring enabled
platform considerations
platforms supported for    
E120 and E320 routers
ERX7xx, ERX14xx, and ERX310 models
prerequisite    
for configuring settings
references for
remote loopback start and stop settings    
not stored across reboots
setting    
the local entity into loopback mode
slow protocols    
destination address of OAM PDUs and
specifying    
action on exceeding high threshold, disabling interface
action on exceeding high threshold, failover
detection of remote failure conditions
high threshold for frame error events
high threshold for frame seconds summary error events
high threshold for symbol error events
interface type
link events to monitor
low threshold for frame error events
low threshold for frame seconds summary error events
low threshold for symbol error events
mode of discovery
PDU loss threshold before link-fault event is generated
rate of transmission of Information OAM PDUs
remote loopback functionality
tracking of error frame events
tracking of error frame second events
tracking of symbol error events
window for frame error events
window for frame seconds summary error events
window for symbol error events
support for unified ISSU
support on SRP Ethernet interfaces
supported standards
viewing    
configurations for all interfaces on which OAM is enabled
details about processing of packets, statistics
discovery mode
general OAM parameters configured on an interface
link monitoring configured on an interface
warning message    
while placing local entity in remote loopback mode
Ethernet OAM link-fault management commands    
ethernet oam lfm
ethernet oam lfm high-threshold
ethernet oam lfm link-monitor frame-seconds
ethernet oam lfm link-monitor frame-seconds-summary
ethernet oam lfm link-monitor symbol-period
ethernet oam lfm mode
ethernet oam lfm pdu-lost-threshold
ethernet oam lfm pdu-transmit-interval
ethernet oam lfm remote-failure
ethernet oam lfm remote-loopback start
ethernet oam lfm remote-loopback stop
ethernet oam lfm remote-loopback supported
show ethernet oam lfm discovery
show ethernet oam lfm statistics
show ethernet oam lfm status
show ethernet oam lfm summary
Ethernet OAM messages     See OAM messages    
Ethertype value, assigning to S-VLANs    1234
Event notification OAM PDUs    
description of
generating to the remote peer
generation of and sending to the remote peer    
when low threshold is exceeded
identification of duplicate events    
using sequence number
link monitoring function and
receive link path monitoring    
and transmission to the remote peer
responding to received notices
supported TLVs for tracking link faults    
Errored Frame Event
Errored Frame Seconds Summary Event
Errored Symbol Period Event
transmission of, multiple times    
owing to failure in delivery
viewing
example    12
examples, configuration    
ATM 1483 subinterfaces, dynamic
ATM VC classes    12
bridged Ethernet, dynamic
bridged Ethernet, static
Cisco HDLC
IPoA, dynamic
MLFR
MLPPP, static
Multiclass MLPPP, dynamic
Multiclass MLPPP, static
PPP, serial
PPPoE, dynamic    12
PPPoE, static    12
profiles for dynamic interfaces
transparent bridging
VLAN subinterfaces, dynamic    12
exporting ATM 1483 subinterface descriptions
Extensible Authentication Protocol.     See EAP    
external loopback
 

F

F4 OAM cells, for ATM    1
configuring
handling of received cells
F5 OAM cells, for ATM    
configuring    12
disabling automatically    12345
handling of received cells
failover    
action on exceeding high threshold    
OAM link monitoring and
to secondary link of redundant port    
on GE-2 and GE-HDE LMs
when high threshold is exceeded
Fast Ethernet interfaces    
specifying an interface
Fast Ethernet modules    
configuring PPPoE
specifying an interface    12
fault management, ATM
Flags field    
in Information OAM PDUs    
for OAM remote failure detection
OAM remote fault detection    
Critical Event bit set in
Dying Gasp bit set in
Link Fault bit set in
viewing    
configured settings on an interface
flush, ATM OAM
fragmentation    
Frame Relay packets
MLPPP    
configuring static
overview
Multiclass MLPPP    12
frame errors    
cumulative count of    
threshold exceptions
display of aggregated    
in link event TLVs
in the show command output
types of    
tracked with OAM link monitoring
Frame Relay    
configuring
disabling interface
end-to-end fragmentation and reassembly    1
configuring
error frames
framing
interconnection and relationship of NNIs and subnetworks
map class
maximum payload size
monitoring
multicast addressing
Network-to-Network Interface
overview
platform considerations
SNMP link status processing
unicast addressing
User-to-Network Interface
frame-relay commands    1,  See also show frame-relay commands    
frame-relay class
frame-relay description
frame-relay fragment
frame-relay interface-dlci ietf    12
frame-relay intf-type
frame-relay keepalive
frame-relay lmi-n391dte
frame-relay lmi-n392dce
frame-relay lmi-n392dte
frame-relay lmi-n393dce
frame-relay lmi-n393dte
frame-relay lmi-t391dte
frame-relay lmi-t392dce
frame-relay lmi-type
map-class frame-relay
framing    
ATM interfaces
capabilities of E Series routers    123
POS interfaces
 

G

GE-2 line modules    
with GE-2 SFP I/O modules    
action when high threshold is exceeded
action when link fault occurs
failing over to the redundant link
failover for remote faults
GE-HDE line modules    
with GE-2 SFP I/O modules    
action when high threshold is exceeded
action when link fault occurs
failing over to the redundant link
failover for remote faults
Gigabit Ethernet modules    
configuring MLPPP
configuring PPPoE
specifying an interface    123
grace period, dynamic encapsulation type lockout
group (multicast) addressing
groups, bridge.     See bridge groups    
 

H

hash-based packet distribution with MLPPP
HDLC (High-Level Data Link Control), Cisco.     See Cisco HDLC    
HDLC (High-Speed Data Link Control)    
PPP framing
serial encapsulation
hdlc commands    
hdlc down-when-looped
hdlc keepalive
hdlc shutdown
high availability    
and atm atm1483 subscriber command
and subscriber command    123
high threshold    
action when exceeded on    
GE-2 LMs with GE-2 SFP I/O modules
GE-HDE LMs with GE-2 SFP I/O modules
actions performed on exceeding    
failing over to the redundant link
moving the interface state to down, disabling
for OAM link monitoring    
action taken when exceeded
when exceeded, disabling the interface
when exceeded, failover to secondary link
specifying    
for frame error events
for frame seconds summary error events
for symbol error events
when exceeded    
default action taken
high threshold setting    
configuring for an interface    
for link monitoring
high threshold value    
recommendation on setting    
for link-fault monitoring
High-Level Data Link Control.     See Cisco HDLC    
High-Speed Data Link Control.     See HDLC    
higher-level protocols over Ethernet    
platform considerations
 

I

IEEE 802.1Q
IEEE 802.1w
IEEE 802.1w (Rapid Reconfiguration of Spanning Tree)
IEEE 802.3ad
IEEE 802.3ad (Link Aggregation)
IEEE 802.3ah OAM link-fault management     See Ethernet OAM link-fault management    
ILMI
ILMI (integrated local management interface)    
about
enabling
keepalive timer
inarp command    12
individual (unicast) addressing
Information OAM PDUs    
bandwidth allocation for OAM traffic    
using the OAM sublayer capabilities TLV
bidirectional transmission of    
keepalive for OAM association
components, overview
contained TLV fields    
OAM sublayer capabilities
state
vendor OUI
vendor-specific details
description of
forwarding to the remote peer in cases    
where no other types of OAM PDUs are ready for sending
loss threshold setting    
action taken when configured value is exceeded
definition of
maximum transmission rate    
impact on performance
receipt by the remote peer    
and wait time for obtaining local entity details
determination of formation of OAM association
reestablishment of OAM association    
link-fault event clearance
restart of discovery    
link-fault event generation
scenario of OAM association failure    
with remote peer not supporting loopback
timer setting    
maximum value
minimum value
rate of transmission in milliseconds
transmission settings for, overview
transmission to the remote entity    
triggering of the discovery process and
using the Flags field of    
and OAM remote fault detection
viewing
with Link Fault event bit set    
not containing TLV data
integrated local management interface.     See ILMI    
interface commands    
interface atm    1234
interface fastEthernet    1234
interface gigabitEthernet    123
interface lag
interface mlframe-relay
interface pos    1234
interface serial    
Cisco HDLC interfaces
Frame Relay interfaces    12
PPPoE interfaces
interface tenGigabitEthernet    123
interface description    
Frame Relay interfaces
POS interfaces    12
serial interfaces
interfaces    
10-Gigabit Ethernet    123
bridge.     See bridge interfaces    
Fast Ethernet    12
Gigabit Ethernet    123
serial.     See serial interfaces    
interfaces, monitoring    
Ethernet    1234
internal loopback
International Telecommunication Union.     See ITU    
Internet Protocol Control Protocol.     See IPCP    
interworking function     See IWF    
Inverse ARP
IP addresses    
assigning to Cisco HDLC interfaces
assigning to Frame Relay subinterfaces    12
ip commands    
ip (subscriber policies)
ip access-routes
ip address    1234567
ip auto-configure ip-subscriber
ip auto-detect ip-subscriber
ip directed-broadcast
ip filter-options all
ip igmp
ip ignore-df-bit
ip inactivity-timer
ip mac-validate
ip mtu
ip nat
ip policy
ip redirects
ip route-map ip-subscriber
ip sa-validate
ip tcp adjust-mss
ip unnumbered    12
ip virtual-router
IP over ATM.     See IPoA    
IP over VLAN over bridged Ethernet
IP profile
IP routes, inserting dynamic routes into routing table
IPCP (Internet Protocol Control Protocol)    
option 0x90
overview
IPCP negotiation    
based on RADIUS returned attributes
IPoA (IP over ATM)    
configuring dynamic interfaces
dynamic interfaces    12
IPv4 and IPv6 over Static PPPoE    
IPv4 and IPv6 interface columns
IPv6    
neighbor discovery, defining
ipv6 commands    
ipv6 address
ipv6 mld
ipv6 mtu
ipv6 nd
ipv6 nd managed-config-flag
ipv6 nd other-config-flag
ipv6 nd prefix-advertisement
ipv6 nd ra-interval    12
ipv6 nd reachable-time
ipv6 nd suppress-ra
ipv6 policy
ipv6 sa-validate
ipv6 unnumbered
ipv6 virtual-router
IPv6 neighbor discovery commands    
ipv6 nd reachable-time
IPv6 profile
IPv6CP negotiation    
based on RADIUS returned attributes
ITU (International Telecommunication Union) recommendation, ATM OAM standards
IWF    
configuration scenarios    
multiple DSLAMs connected to an access concentrator
single DSLAM connected to an access concentrator
defined by the DSL Forum    
for conversion of PPPoA and PPPoE over ATM sessions
definition of, uses
enabling migration of DSL networks    
from ATM to Ethernet links
PPPoE sessions    
dynamic encapsulation type lockout
with duplicate MAC addresses    123
with duplicate protection feature enabled
IWF PPPoE sessions    
duplicate protection of    
guidelines for configuring
dynamic encapsulation type lockout    
configuration example
guidelines for configuring
using DSL Forum VSAs as criteria
processing of    
duplicate MAC addresses in multiple sessions
dynamic encapsulation type lockout
with duplicate MAC addresses of clients    
ATM-to-Ethernet interworking
dependence on pppoe sessions command configuration
limit on maximum number of sessions
scenario, multiple DSLAMs linked to a B-RAS
scenario, single DSLAM linked to a B-RAS
IWF PPPoE tag    
insertion in the PADR packet    
sent from the PPPoE client to the access concentrator
used to distinguish    
between an IWF and a non-IWF PPPoE session
IWF-Session DSL Forum VSA    
absence in PADR packets    
duplicate protection, disabled
duplicate protection, enabled
presence in PADR packets    
and B-RAS application    12
duplicate protection, disabled
duplicate protection, enabled
duplicate protection, guidelines
dynamic encapsulation type lockout
enabling multiple sessions with the same MAC address
suboption for    
field code
length field, value
 

J

J-Flow commands    
ip route-cache flow sampled
 

K

keepalive timer, setting
 

L

L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol)    1
profile characteristics
using PPPoE remote circuit ID    12
l2tp commands    
l2tp policy
L2TP Proxy Authenticate Extensions for EAP—draft-ietf-l2tpext-proxy-authen-ext-eap-01.txt (December 2006 expiration)
LACP (Link Aggregation Control Protocol)    1
PPPoE subinterfaces    12
redundant member link behavior
LAG bundle    
position of    
and OAM link-fault management
between OAM sublayer and MAC client
LAG member link    
marked as redundant    
using link monitoring for failover and link reversal
LAG multiplexer    
feeding LAC protocol logic
feeding link events
layer 2 services over MPLS    
802.3ad link aggregation
802.3ad switch
Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol.     See L2TP    
LCP (Link Control Protocol)    
configuration options    123
endpoint discriminator
MRRU
Multilink header format
Prefix elision
SSN header format
restarting negotiations for PPPoA clients
Link Control Protocol.     See LCP    
link events    
and processing of LAC protocol logic
local generation of    
using health monitoring
supplied to the LAG multiplexer
link fault    
bit set in the Flags field    
influencing the link state based on
example condition of occurrence
loss of signal detection    
by the receiver
rate of transmission    
in Information OAM PDUs
Link fault information OAM PDUs    
detection of receive path failure
sending of    
not supported
Link Integrity Protocol.     See LIP    
link monitoring    
frequent polling of error counters    
when enabled on the local entity
impact on performance and memory usage    
when disabled on the local entity
when enabled on the local entity
link monitoring, of Ethernet interfaces     See OAM link monitoring    
link-fault event    
clearing of    
interface transition to the up state
reestablishment of OAM association
generation of    
non-receipt of OAM PDUs within the loss threshold
link-fault management commands    
for Ethernet interfaces    
show ethernet oam
link-fault management, Ethernet interfaces     See Ethernet OAM link-fault management    
LIP (Link Integrity Protocol)
LMI (local management interface)    
configuring counters and timers
configuring type
enabling
monitoring    123
load-interval command    
ATM interfaces
POS interfaces
local loopback mode     See OAM loopback mode    
local management interface.     See LMI;ILMI    
local OAM entity    
health monitoring threshold exceeded    
failover to secondary link
prerequisite for configuring    
remote loopback on
preventing both local and remote entities    
from simultaneous loopback
retrieval and response to performance variables    
in active mode
sending of performance variables to peer    
support for
transmission of Information OAM PDUs    
receipt by the remote peer
lockout, encapsulation type.     See dynamic encapsulation type lockout    
loopback    
detection on Cisco HDLC interfaces
loopback command    
ATM interfaces
POS interfaces
Loopback control OAM PDUs    
description of
sending of    
for termination of loopback
start of loopback of remote peer    
by local entity
viewing
loopback for ATM VC integrity    
cells
configuring    12
F4 OAM cells
handling of received cells
loopback frames    
forwarding of    
from the parser to the subordinate sublayer
processing by the packet parser    
transmission to the multiplexer
lost-link timer    
and Ethernet OAM link-fault management
equivalent to    
product of PDU timer and loss threshold
resetting OAM discovery
low threshold    
for OAM link monitoring    
generation of Event notification PDU
response when exceeded
specifying    
for frame error events
for frame seconds summary error events
for symbol error events
low threshold value    
recommendation for setting    
for link-fault monitoring
 

M

MAC (media access control) addresses    
bridging overview
configuring for S-VLANs
configuring for VLANs
removing from forwarding table
using with bridged Ethernet
validation on bridged Ethernet interfaces
MAC address    
usage in dynamic encapsulation lockout    
for IWF PPPoE sessions
macro command
macros    
using to configure dynamic interfaces
magic numbers
manuals    
comments on
map class, Frame Relay fragmentation
map entries, Frame Relay    12
map list, using to configure NBMA interfaces
map-class frame-relay command
map-group command
map-list command
Marker response OAM PDUs    
circumstances of non-transmission of
link event caused by exceeding high threshold    
and disabling sending of
maximum payload size, Frame Relayfragmentation
maximum receive unit.     See MRU    
media access control addresses     See MAC addresses    
member-interface command
message of the minute messages.     See MOTM messages    
MFR    
aggregating OC3/STM1 lines
MLFR (Multilink Frame Relay)    
aggregating T1 or E1 lines
aggregation limits
bundle    12
bundle limits
configuring
interfaces, monitoring
Link Integrity Protocol
member link sequence numbers
NxT1 service
overview
packet distribution, round-robin
platform considerations
protocol layering
unsupported features
MLP.     See MLPPP    
MLPPP (Multilink PPP)    
aggregating T1 or E1 lines
aggregation limits
authentication
bundle    12
bundle limits
commands, contextual differences of
configuring
ECMP
endpoint discriminator
features
fragmentation    
configuring static
overview
interface stacking
interfaces, monitoring
member link sequence numbers
MRRU
NxT1 service
overview
packet distribution
platform considerations
profiles
protocol layering
reassembly    
configuring static
overview
SSN header format
statistics and baselining
unsupported features
modules    
ATM capabilities
monitor commands    
monitor atm vc
monitor atm vp
monitor vlan interface
Monitoring and Troubleshooting Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet.     See PPPoE    
monitoring.     See specific feature, product, or protocol    
MOTM (message of the minute) messages
MP.     See MLPPP    
MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching)    
configuring over Ethernet link aggregation
configuring S-VLAN tunnels    12
mpls commands    
mpls    12
mpls (subscriber policies)
mpls atm vci range
MPLS over VLAN over bridged Ethernet
MRRU LCP configuration option
MRU (maximum receive unit)    
POS interfaces
PPP interfaces
mru command
MTU (maximum transmission unit)    MTU (maximum transmission unit)     See MTU    
bridged Ethernet interfaces
Ethernet interfaces
POS interfaces
mtu command    1
Ethernet interfaces    12
multicast addressing
multicast command
Multiclass MLPPP    
configuration guidelines
configuring
enabling
example, dynamic
example, static
fragmentation    123
monitoring
overview
platform considerations
reassembly    123
traffic-class    1234
Multilink Frame Relay.     See MLFR    
multilink maximum received reconstructed unit (MRRU)
Multilink PPP.     See MLPPP    
multinetting
multiplexer    
pass-through of MAC client-generated frames    
without any modification
transfer of loopback frames    
forwarded to the subordinate sublayer
received from the parser
working of    
for link-fault management of Ethernet interfaces
multipoint, ATM connections    12
 

N

NBMA
NBMA (nonbroadcast multiaccess)    1
configuring
description
Inverse ARP
point-to-multipoint
removing circuits
static mapping
NCP    
component of PPP sessions    
overview of
NCP packets    
arriving on POS interfaces    
in a sequenced manner
in an out-of-order format
nested profile assignments    
VLAN subinterfaces    12
Network Control Protocol     See NCP    
NNI (Network-to-Network Interface),Frame Relay    123
nonbroadcast multiaccess.     See NBMA    
notice icons
NxT1 service    
MLFR
MLPPP
 

O

OAM (Operation, Administration, and Management), ATM    1
cc (continuity check) cells
configuring    12
disabling F5 OAM services    12345
flush
standards
OAM association    
after establishment of    
transmission rate and packet loss threshold settings
formation of
keepalive for    
using bidirectional transfer of OAM PDUs
rebuilding of    
operational up state of the interface and
successful rediscovery with the remote peer    
link transition to the up state
tearing down of    
generation of the link-fault event
OAM client    
enabling and configuration of OAM sublayer
enabling OAM operations on the link    
during the discovery phase
management of    
remote loopback functionality
responses to OAM PDUs received from the remote peer
monitoring OAM PDUs from the remote peer
oam commands    
oam ais-rdi    12
oam cc    12
oam retry    12
oam-pvc    12
OAM discovery    
automatic activation of
configuration at the interface level
controlling other OAM attributes for an entity
enabling on an interface
exceeding of PDU loss threshold    
link transition to the down state
first phase of OAM association
implementation of    
by the control block
interconnection with    
loopback operation
variable requests
monitoring the remote peer
restarting of    
Information OAM PDU loss threshold
restriction on performing    
scenario in which it occurs
successful rediscovery with the remote peer    
link transition to the up state
supported types    
active mode
passive mode
topology for configuration of    
customer edge devices
provider edge devices
OAM discovery mode    
configuring
example, configuring
monitoring
OAM elements    
operations of    
and link-fault management
parts of    
client
sublayer
OAM features    
backward compatibility with older networks
benefits of
IEEE 802.3ah enhancements and
supported
types of    
discovery
link monitoring
remote and local loopback
remote fault detection
OAM link monitoring    
actions on high threshold excess    
disabling interface
failing over to the redundant link
advertisement of OAM attributes    
using Information OAM PDUs
continuation with a new window    
when the link is in up state
detecting frame and symbol errors
error frame seconds summary    
overview of
error frames per second    
overview of
error symbols per second    
overview of
example, configuring
generation of Event notification OAM PDUs    
when low threshold is exceeded
health and quality analysis of the link    
using tracking of frame and symbol errors
improving failover and recovery times    
configuration of OAM sublayer
influencing the link state    
on exceeding link quality threshold
on receipt of a critical event PDU from peer
influencing the operational link state    
when high threshold is exceeded
overview of feature
period for detecting errors
physical redundancy    
preservation of MAC bindings
preservation of the same MAC address
switchover from primary to secondary link
without indicating to higher-layer protocols
repeated sending of Event notification PDUs    
preventing duplication
supported error events    
error frame
error frame seconds summary
error symbol period
supported frame errors tracked    
alignmentError
frameCheckSequence
frameTooLong
lengthError (runts)
symbol errors counting    
on IOAs that do not support
threshold for frame, symbol errors
using Event notification OAM PDUs
using the results of    
to configure LAG sublayer
viewing configured values
OAM link-fault event     See link-fault event    
OAM link-fault management     See Ethernet OAM link-fault management    
OAM link-fault management, 802.3ah
OAM loopback mode    
cessation by the initiating entity    
using Loopback control PDUs
configuring
higher priority for OAM PDUs    
over data traffic
in disabled state    
receipt of Information PDUs by local entity
restarting sending of locally sourced non-OAM PDUs
in enabled state    
received data calculation
transmitted data calculation
initiation phase    
discarding locally sourced non-OAM PDUs
intentional discard of data frames    
by remote peer
local and remote functionalities    
overview
preventing loopback on both local and remote entities    
verification to perform
processing of OAM PDUs    
measuring link performance
remote    
feature supported by the remote peer
link quality between local and remote entities
non-OAM PDUs resent to the local entity
placing a peer into loopback mode
processing of OAM PDUs
settings for enabling and disabling remote loopback    
not stored across reboots
viewing configuration
warning message    
while placing local entity in remote loopback
OAM messages    
format of    
Code field, usage
Data/Pad field, usage
Flags field, usage
format of, figure
forwarding to the control block
higher priority over data traffic    
during remote loopback
length of untagged frames
maximum transmission rate    
performance impact
processing by multiplexer
processing by the packet parser
processing during remote loopback    
measuring link performance
properties of    
determination of maximum frame size
rate of transmission per second
size range
value of destination MAC address
value of Ethertype
value of frame payload
rules management of received    
by the control block
supported types    
Event notification OAM PDUs
Information OAM PDUs
Loopback control OAM PDUs
Vendor-specific OAM PDUs
transmission of    
control block and
transmission rate and    
impact on router operations
with link-fault event bit in Flags field    
higher preferential processing
OAM PDU loss threshold    
actions taken when exceeded    
link problem signaled
link transition to the down state
configuring
definition of    
action taken when configured value is exceeded
product of transmission rate and    
equals lost-link timer
recommendation for setting    
for link-fault monitoring
viewing configured value
OAM PDU transmission rate    
configuring
definition of    
range for configuration
product of loss threshold and    
equals lost-link timer
viewing configured setting
OAM PDUs     See OAM messages    
OAM remote failure monitoring     See OAM remote fault detection    
OAM remote fault detection    
action when link fault occurs    
disabling interface
failing over to secondary port
conditions notified using    
Flags field of Information OAM PDU
example, configuring
monitoring the receive link path    
generation of Event notification PDUs
types of failures monitored    
critical event
dying gasp
link fault
OAM remote loopback settings    
viewing
OAM session    
changed to down, nonfunctional    
after the action for high threshold excess is taken
in down state with loss of OAM association    
status in show command output
OAM state machine    
port in the down state    
until discovery process completion
OAM sublayer    
below the 802.3ad LAG sublayer    
interworking with link aggregation
capabilities of    
assessment of supported functions for remote entities
bandwidth utilization for OAM traffic
maximum OAM PDU size for sending and receiving
rate limit on number of frames transferred
components of    
control block, functions
multiplexer, functions
packet parser, functions
interworking with link aggregation    
situated below the LAG bundle
placement of    
above the MAC layer
below the LLC layer
presentation of interface to clients    
for MAC clients
for OAM clients
OAM traffic    
higher priority over data frames    
when oversubscription occurs
OC3 modules    
monitoring ATM interfaces
testing ATM interfaces
OCx/STMx interfaces    
MLPPP features
Operation, Administration, and Maintenance, Ethernet interfaces     See Ethernet OAM link-fault management    
Operation, Administration, and Management.     See OAM, ATM    
option 82 field, DHCP
OSI Network Layer Control Protocol.     See OSINLCP    
OSINLCP (OSI Network Layer Control Protocol)
overriding base profile assignments    
monitoring
overview    12
removing from PVC
removing from VC range or subrange
removing from VLAN range or subrange
removing from VLAN subinterface
VLANs
oversubscription    
dynamic ATM interfaces    12
S-VLANs
oversubscription of allotted bandwidth    
discarding of data traffic    
higher priority for OAM PDUs
with peer in loopback
 

P

packet logging, PPP and PPPoE
packet over SONET.     See POS    
packet parser    
classification of received frames    
and forwarding to appropriate entities
delivery of OAM PDUs    
to the control block
working of    
for OAM link-fault management
PADM (PPPoE Active Discovery Message), configuring
PADN (PPPoE Active Discovery Network) messages, configuring
PADR (PPPoE Active Discovery Request)    
IWF PPPoE sessions    
criteria for encapsulation type lockout
IWF-Session DSL VSA absent in    
duplicate protection disabled
duplicate protection enabled
IWF-Session DSL VSA present in    
duplicate protection disabled
duplicate protection enabled
suboptions, field code
suboptions, length field
with IWF-Session DSL VSA    
for differentiating between IWF and non-IWF sessions
from access nodes to the DSLAM
PADS (PPPoE Active Discovery Session) packets, configuring
PAP (Password Authentication Protocol)
passive discovery mode    
and OAM link-fault management
configuration on    
customer edge devices
enabled on local and remote entities    
and influence on discovery process
working of
Password Authentication Protocol.     See PAP    
payload, ATM cell
PCR (peak cell rate)
PDU loss threshold     See OAM PDU loss threshold    
performance impact    
with link-fault management    
frequency of querying MAC-layer statistics
frequency of retrieval of errored symbols
maximum frequency of PDUs transmission
on ES2 4G LMs
performance variables    
for link-fault management    
retrieval and response to
sending of
permanent virtual circuit.     See PVC    
physical level redundancy    
OAM link monitoring    
preservation of MAC bindings
preservation of the same MAC address
switchover from primary to secondary link
without indicating to higher-layer protocols
physical link redundancy    
on GE-2 and GE-HDE line modules    
action performed on exceeding high threshold
failing over to redundant link
ping atm interface atm command
ping, ATM    
configuring
overview
platform considerations    
ATM
bridged Ethernet
bridged IP
Cisco HDLC
dynamic interfaces    123
Ethernet interfaces
Frame Relay
higher-level protocols over Ethernet
MLFR
MLPPP
Multiclass MLPPP
OAM link-fault management
POS
PPP
PPPoE
transparent bridging
point-to-multipoint, NBMA connection
Point-to-Point Protocol over ATM.     See PPPoA    
Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet.     See PPPoE    
Point-to-Point Protocol.     See PPP    
policies, subscriber.     See subscriber policies for transparent bridging    
policy commands    
atm policy
frame-relay policy
gre-tunnel policy
ip policy
l2tp policy
mpls policy
vlan policy    12
policy management    
baselining statistics
preserving statistics
statistics
POS (packet over SONET)    
configuring interface
disabling interface
E120 and E320 routers    1234
E320 routers
line modules supported
monitoring interface
overview
platform considerations
references
pos commands    
pos description    123
pos framing
pos scramble-atm
POS interfaces    
remaining in the down state    
when NCP packets are out-of-order
with NCP packets in out-of-order format
shifting to the up state    
with NCP packets in out-of-order format
transitioning to the up state    
when NCP packets are out-of-order
with PPP encapsulation enabled    
and receipt of NCP packets
PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol)    
accounting statistics for terminated sessions
Async-Control-Character-Map (ACCM) option
authentication    12
configuring    12345678910111213141516
optional
configuring dynamic interfaces
E120 and E320 routers    12
E320 routers
EAP
Extensible Authentication Protocol
magic numbers
network control protocol
packet logging
platform considerations
PPP profiles
sequencing of NCP packets,    
disabling
enabling
troubleshooting    
dynamic interfaces
static interfaces
ppp commands    
ppp aaa-accounting-broadcast
ppp aaa-profile
ppp authentication    123
ppp chap-challenge-length    12
ppp description
ppp fragmentation
ppp hash-link-selection (MLPPP)
ppp initiate-ip
ppp initiate-ipv6
ppp ipcp lockout
ppp ipcp netmask    12
ppp ipcp-lockout-duration
ppp ipcp-max-negotiation
ppp ipcp-nego-duration
ppp keepalive    12
ppp log    12
ppp magic-number disable    12
ppp magic-number ignore-mismatch    12
ppp max-bad-auth
ppp max-bad-auth (MLPPP)
ppp max-negotiations    12
ppp mru    12
ppp multilink enable (MLPPP)    12
ppp passive-mode    12
ppp peer    12
ppp peer-ip-address-optional
ppp reassembly
ppp shutdown
PPP encapsulation    
on POS interfaces    
NCP packets in a sequenced format
NCP packets in out-of-order format
PPP Multilink.     See MLPPP    
PPP sessions    
enabling establishment of    
when NCP packets are in sequence
when NCP packets are out-of-sequence
PPPoA (Point-to-Point Protocol over ATM)    
terminating stale subscribers and restarting LCP negotiations
PPPoE
PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet)    
Active Discovery Initiation (PADI) packets
Active Discovery Message (PADM)
Active Discovery Network (PADN) messages
Active Discovery Offer (PADO) packets
Active Discovery Request (PADR) packets
Active Discovery Session (PADS) packets    12
agent-circuit-identifier information
capturing remote circuit ID    
configuring
dsl-forum-1 format and examples    12
formatting    12
monitoring
overview
sending to RADIUS or L2TP    12
troubleshooting
using in profiles    12
configuring dynamic interfaces over ATM
configuring dynamic interfaces over PPPoE
configuring for Ethernet    12
configuring over ATM
Discovery protocol
DSL Forum VSA 26-1
duplicate protection of    
IWF PPPoE sessions, guidelines for configuring
IWF PPPoE sessions, processing of
IWF PPPoE sessions, scenarios
non-IWF PPPoE sessions, scenarios
duplicate protection scenarios for IWF PPPoE sessions    
1:1 association between DSLAMs and the B-RAS
N:1 association between DSLAMs and the B-RAS
dynamic encapsulation type lockout    12,  See also and IWF PPPoE sessions    
clearing lockout condition
configuring
differences from PPPoE over static ATM
monitoring    12345
E120 and E320 routers    12
overview
packet logging
platform considerations
subinterfaces for LACP    12
troubleshooting    
dynamic interfaces
static interfaces
PPPoE access concentrator    
connected to a single DSLAM    
for IWF sessions
connected to multiple DSLAMs    
for IWF sessions
IWF PPPoE sessions    
duplicate protection of
dynamic encapsulation type lockout
pppoe commands    1,  See also show pppoe commands    
pppoe    12
pppoe (subscriber policies)
pppoe acname
pppoe always-offer
pppoe duplicate-protection
pppoe log pppoeControlPacket
pppoe motm    1234
pppoe pads disable-ac-info
pppoe remote-circuit-id    12
pppoe service-name-table    1234
pppoe sessions
pppoe subinterface    12
pppoe url    123
service
PPPoE over S-VLAN over bridged Ethernet
PPPoE over VLAN over bridged Ethernet
PPPoE service name tables    
action, defined
enabling for dynamic interfaces
enabling for static interfaces
Ethernet configurations
overview
service name tag, defined
PPPoE sessions    
with IWF-Session DSL Forum VSA     See IWF PPPoE sessions    
with IWF-Session DSL VSA    
contained in PADR packets
duplicate MAC addresses of the DSLAM
limit on maximum number of sessions
precedence levels for VC classes    
examples
overview
prerequisite    
for configuring link-fault management    
on Ethernet interfaces
for enabling remote peer to loop back PDUs
privilege level    
for troubleshooting dynamic interfaces    12
profile commands    1,  See also show profile commands    
profile    123
profile atm1483 bulk-config-name pvc
profile vlan override
profile-reassign    123
vlan profile
vlan service-profile
profiles    
assigning to a static interface
assigning to an interface
characteristics for
creating for debugging
description    12
for dynamic ATM 1483 subinterfaces
for dynamic VLAN subinterfaces
monitoring    12
overriding base profile assignments    12
reassigning for troubleshooting
using to configure dynamic interfaces
working with
protocol data units (PDUs)    
number that the remote peer can fail to receive    
specifying
rate of transmission of    
specifying
standard length of    
for link-fault management of Ethernet interfaces
proxy ARP
PVC (permanent virtual circuit)    
assigning VC classes
ATM interfaces    12
bulk configuration of
configuring encapsulation
configuring F5 OAM
configuring for bridged IP
configuring individual parameters for
configuring Inverse ARP
configuring service category
creating control PVCs
creating data PVCs
Frame Relay    1234
overview
pvc command    
for control PVCs
for data PVCs
 

R

RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service)    
authentication of dynamic interfaces    123
configuring dynamic interfaces from
overriding attributes for PPPoE    12
using PPPoE remote circuit ID    12
radius commands    
radius override calling-station-idremote-circuit-id
radius override nas-port-id remote-circuit-id
radius remote-circuit-id-delimiter
radius remote-circuit-id-format
radius remote-circuit-id-format (dsl-forum-1 keyword)
ranges, VC.     See VC ranges, bulk configuration of    
ranges, VLAN     See VLAN ranges, bulk configuration of RDI (remote defect indication) cells    
RDI (remote defect indication) cells    12
reassembly    
Frame Relay packets
MLPPP    
configuring static
overview
Multiclass MLPPP    12
reassigning profiles to dynamic interfaces
relearn command
remote circuit ID, capturing for PPPoE    
configuring
dsl-forum-1 format and examples    12
formatting    12
monitoring
overview
sending to RADIUS or L2TP    12
troubleshooting
using in profiles    12
remote defect indication cells.     See RDI cells    
remote loopback mode     See OAM loopback mode    
remote loopback operation    
halting    
calculation and display of received data at the prompt
calculation and display of transmitted data at the prompt
viewing calculated loopback details
prerequisite for enabling remote peer to loop back PDUs
starting
stopping
remote loopback request    
error message    
if local entity is not placed in loopback mode
if remote entity is not configured for loopback
Loopback control OAM PDU and
placing the interface of remote peer in loopback
received from the local entity    
by the remote peer
remote OAM entity    
prerequisite for enabling loopback operation on
remote OAM peer    
Ethernet OAM link-fault management and
example scenario    
for not building the OAM association
intentional discard of data frames    
when loopback is enabled
notifying forwarding state    
to local OAM entity
preventing both local and remote entities    
from simultaneous loopback
receipt of Information PDUs    
determination of OAM connection establishment
processing of configured rules on local entity details
supporting remote loopback    
discarding locally sourced non-OAM PDUs
forwarding non-OAM PDUs to local entity
round-robin packet distribution with MLPPP
routing, configuring for transparent bridging
RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol)    1
Ethernet link redundancy    12
 

S

S-VLAN tags    
virtual circuit identifier (VCI) mapping to    
in ATM-to-Ethernet conversion
S-VLANs (stacked virtual local area networks)    
address possibilities
bridged Ethernet configurations
configuring PPPoE over S-VLAN
configuring to support dynamic PPPoE
configuring tunnel interfaces    
advantages
example
interface stacking
displaying status
oversubscription
overview
PPPoE over S-VLAN over bridged Ethernet
scrambling ATM cell payload
scripts    
using to configure dynamic interfaces
SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy)    12
serial description command
serial interfaces    
configuring    1234
Serial Line Address Resolution Protocol.     See SLARP    
service category, configuring for PVCs
service name tables, PPPoE.     See PPPoE service name tables    
SFPs (small form-factor pluggable transceivers)    12
short sequence number (SSN) header format
show aaa commands    
show aaa ipv4-addr-saving
show atm commands    
show atm aal5 interface    1234
show atm atm1483
show atm bulk-config
show atm interface
show atm map    12
show atm oam
show atm ping
show atm subinterface    1234
show atm vc    123
show atm vc atm
show atm vc-class
show atm vp
show atm vp-description
show atm vp-tunnel    1234
show nbma arp
show bridge commands    
show bridge
show bridge groups
show bridge interface
show bridge port
show bridge table
show bridge1483 interface command
show columns command    12
show frame-relay commands    
show frame-relay interface    12
show frame-relay lip
show frame-relay lmi    12
show frame-relay map    12
show frame-relay multilinkInterface
show frame-relay pvc    12
show frame-relay subinterface    12
show frame-relay summary    12
show hdlc interface command
show interfaces commands    
show interfaces fastEthernet    123
show interfaces gigabitEthernet    12
show interfaces lag    12
show interfaces pos
show interfaces tenGigabitEthernet    12
show ip mac-validate command
show mpls cross-connects atm command
show ppp commands    
show ppp interface
show ppp interface summary
show ppp peer-ip-address-optional
show ppp session-To-Thirteen-Years
show pppoe commands    
show aaa tunnel-parameters
show pppoe interface    123456
show pppoe interface full    12
show pppoe interface lockout-time    12
show pppoe interface summary
show pppoe subinterface    123
show pppoe subinterface full
show pppoe subinterface summary
show pppoe-service-name-table    12345
show profile
show radius override
show profile commands    
show profile    12
show subscriber-policy command
show vlan commands    
show vlan subinterface    123
show vlan subinterface command
shutdown command    1
dynamic interfaces    12
Frame Relay
POS
shutting down interfaces    
dynamic ATM 1483
dynamic VLAN
Frame Relay
POS
Simple Network Management Protocol.     See SNMP link status processing    
SLARP (Serial Line Address Resolution Protocol)    1,  See also Cisco HDLC    
Keep-Alive protocol
keepalive interval
overview
slow protocols    
bandwidth requirements
definition of    
rate of transmission of OAM PDUs
multicast address of    
and destination MAC address of remote entities
OAM messages and
SMs (Service modules)    
MLPPP features
SNAP (subnetwork attachment point)
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) link status processing
snmp trap frame-relay link-status command
SONET (Synchronous Optical Network)    123
source, clock    
ATM interfaces
SRP Ethernet interfaces    
support for link-fault management
SSN LCP (short sequence number Link Control Protocol) configuration option
stacked virtual local area networks.     See S-VLANs    
stateful SRP switchover    
and atm atm1483 subscriber command
and subscriber command    123
Ethernet link-fault management    
dependence on completion time
effect on OAM settings
of more than 2 seconds
recommendation for high and low threshold configuration    12
recommendation for PDU loss threshold setting
static interfaces    12
configuring Multiclass MLPPP
creating in VC subranges    12
creating in VLAN subranges
static mapping, and NBMA interfaces
subinterfaces    
ATM 1483, dynamic
ATM 1483, static
Frame Relay, monitoring
MLFR, monitoring
VLAN, dynamic
subnetwork attachment point.     See SNAP    
subranges, VC.     See VC subranges    
subscriber command    123
subscriber management, using for subscriber authentication    12
subscriber policies for transparent bridging    1,  See also subscriber policy commands    
configuring
defined
monitoring
subscriber policy commands    1
arp
bridge subscriber-policy
broadcast
ip
multicast
pppoe
relearn
show subscriber-policy
subscriber-policy
unicast
unknown-destination
unknown-protocol
subscribers    
authenticating on dynamic bridged Ethernet interfaces    123
identifying for PPPoE
support, technical     See technical support    
SVC (switched virtual circuit)    
ATM
Frame Relay    12
svlan commands    
svlan ethertype    1234
svlan id    
for S-VLAN tunnels
for standard S-VLANs
switch, 802.3ad
switched virtual circuit.     See SVC    
symbol errors    
cumulative count of    
threshold exceptions
detected using OAM link monitoring    
for Ethernet interfaces
display of aggregated    
in link event TLVs
in the show command output
enabling on IOAs that do not support    
and events generation for that link
monitoring of    
on IOAs that do not support
symbol period errors    
configuring    
high threshold
low threshold
window
effect of configuration on    
interfaces that do not support
exceeding threshold for    
configuring LAG for removal of member link
configuring LAG to rebalance bundle
recommendation for configuring
Synchronous Digital Hierarchy.     See SDH    
Synchronous Optical Network.     See SONET    
system    
framing capabilities
system clock    
selecting clock source
 

T

technical support    
contacting JTAC
terminated PPP session accounting statistics
text and syntax conventions
traffic management, ATM    
types
traffic-class    
Multiclass MLPPP    12
traffic-shaping parameters
transmit clock source, configuring    
ATM interfaces
transparent bridging.     See bridging, transparent    
troubleshooting interfaces    
dynamic PPP and PPPoE
PPP
PPPoE    12
TSMs (Tunnel Service modules)    
MLPPP features
 

U

ubr command    12
UNI (User-Network Interface) version    12345
unicast addressing
unicast command
unified ISSU    
and Ethernet link-fault management
completion of    
resumption of link-fault monitoring
in progress    
halt of link-fault management
Uniform Resource Locator messages.     See URL messages    
unknown- commands    
unknown-destination
unknown-protocol
Unsupported OAM PDUs    
viewing
URL (Uniform Resource Locator) messages
User-Network Interface.     See UNI version    
 

V

vbr commands    
vbr-nrt    12
vbr-rt    12
VC (virtual channel)    
integrity
per port, ATM
VC (virtual circuit), monitoring
VC classes    
assigning to    
ATM major interfaces
dynamic ATM 1483 subinterfaces    123
PVCs
static ATM 1483 subinterfaces
benefits
configuring
examples    
configuration
precedence levels
monitoring
overview
precedence levels
upgrade considerations
VC ranges, bulk configuration of    
assigning VC classes    123
example
oversubscription    12
overview
restarting LCP negotiations for PPPoA clients
VC subranges    
changing    
monitoring
overview
creating static ATM interfaces in    
configuring
monitoring
overview
overriding profile assignments
oversubscription    12
vc-class atm command
VCC (virtual channel connection)
VCD (virtual circuit descriptor)
VCI (virtual channel identifier)    12
vendor OUI TLV    
component of Information OAM PDU    
value of, usage
vendor-specific attributes.     See VSAs    
vendor-specific information    
and Ethernet OAM link-fault management    
Information OAM PDU component
format of, size of    
usage
Vendor-specific OAM PDUs    
description of
versions    
UNI (User-Network Interface)    12
virtual channel connection.     See VCC    
virtual channel.     See VC    
virtual circuit descriptor.     See VCD    
virtual circuit identifier (VCI) tags    
mapped to S-VLAN tags    
in ATM-to-Ethernet conversion
virtual circuit.     See VC, monitoring    
virtual connections, ATM
virtual local area networks.    virtual local area networks.     See VLANs    
IPv4 and IPv6 over Dynamic PPPoE
virtual path connection.     See VPC    
virtual path descriptions, assigning
virtual path identifier (VPI) tags    
mapped to C-VLAN tags    
in ATM-to-Ethernet conversion
virtual path identifier.     See VPI    
virtual path tunnels.     See VP tunnels, ATM    
virtual path.     See VP, monitoring    
vlan commands    
encapsulation vlan
monitor vlan interface
profile vlan override
vlan advisory-rx-speed    12
vlan advisory-tx-speed
vlan auto-configure
vlan auto-configure agent-circuit-identifier    12
vlan bulk-config
vlan description
vlan id
vlan profile
vlan service-profile
VLAN subinterfaces    
base profiles
nested profile assignments    12
overriding profile assignments
VLAN subinterfaces, dynamic    
bulk configuration of VLAN ranges
changing VLAN subranges    12
configuring
configuring with agent-circuit-identifier information    12
creating static VLAN interfaces in VLAN subranges
overriding base profile assignments
overview
profiles for
VLAN subranges    
changing    
adding to VLAN range
changing administrative state
configuring
merging
overview
removing from VLAN range
shortening or expanding
creating static VLAN interfaces in    
configuring
VLANs (virtual local area networks)    
bridged Ethernet configurations
configuring
configuring dynamic subinterfaces for
configuring for dynamic IP
configuring for dynamic PPPoE
configuring IPv4 and IPv6 over dynamic PPPoE
configuring to support dynamic PPPoE
displaying status
IP over VLAN over bridged Ethernet
monitoring
MPLS over VLAN over bridged Ethernet
overview
PPPoE over VLAN over bridged Ethernet
VP (virtual path) tunnels, ATM    
overview
per module assembly
traffic rate
VP (virtual path), monitoring
VPC (virtual path connection)
VPI (virtual path identifier)    123
VSAs (vendor-specific attributes)    
DSL Forum 26-1
levels of CLI access
 

W

warm router restart    
preservation of    
remote loopback enabling and disabling settings
 

X

X.21/V.35 interfaces    
MLPPP features
XFPs (10-gigabit small form-factor pluggable transceivers)