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    path

    Syntax

    path pathChannel [ pathSpeed [ pathHierarchy ] ]

    no path pathChannel

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.

    Description

    Configures paths over channelized SONET and SDH interfaces. The no version deletes a path.

    Note: Although the path speed appears to be optional in the software, you must specify a value.

    Options

    • pathChannel—Number, in the range 1–2147483648, that identifies the STS-1 or STM-0 line
    • pathSpeed—Speed of the path
      • oc1, oc3, or oc12 for SONET—Only oc1 is available for cOC3/STM1 interfaces
      • stm0, stm1, or stm4 for SDH—Only stm0 or stm1 is available for cOC3/STM1 interfaces
    • pathHierarchy—Identifier that defines the structure of the path
      • If you specify a path speed that matches the speed of the module (for example, a path speed of stm1 for a cOC3/STM1 interface), do not specify an identifier.
      • If you specify a speed of oc1 or stm0 for a cOC3/STM1 interface, the identifier is a number, in the range 1–3, that represents either the STS-1 within the STS-3 or the STM-0 within the STM-1.
      • If you specify a speed of stm1 for a cOC12/STM4 interface, the identifier is a number, in the range 1–4, that represents the STM-1 within the STM-4.
      • If you specify a speed of oc1 or stm0 for a cOC12/STM4 interface, the identifier is of the form X/Y. X is a number, in the range 1–4, that represents either the STS-3 within the STS-12 or the STM-1 within the STM-4; Y is a number, in the range 1–3, that represents either the STS-1 within the STS-3 or the STM-0 within the STM-1.

    Mode

    Controller Configuration

    Published: 2014-08-18