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    Monitoring the SRC Client Connection Status

    Purpose

    Display the current status of the SRC client connection to the service activation engines (SAEs). The command output refers to the SRC client by its former name: SSC client.

    Action

    To display the status of the SRC client connection:

    host1#show sscc info
    The SSC Client is connected to:  10.212.10.17:3288
    The SSC Client configured protocols : IP(v4), DHCP(v4), IP(v6), DHCP(v6)
    The SSC Client configured servers are:
            Primary: 10.212.10.17:3288
            Secondary: 0.0.0.0:0
            Tertiary: 0.0.0.0:0
            Local Source: not configured, Local Source Address: 0.0.0.0
            The configured transport router is: default
            The configured retry timer is (seconds): 90
            The configured connectivity timer is (seconds): 0
            The configured update-policy-request is: Disabled
            The connection state is: open 
     SSC Client Statistics:
           DEC messages received           12
            Config decisions received       0
            Accounting decisions received   0
            Decisions failed                2   
            Error decisions received        0   
            RPT messages sent               12  
            OPN message sent                1   
            CAT messages received           1  
            CC messages sent                0   
            CC messages received            0   
            Interface creations             6   
            Interface deletions             0   
            Interfaces active               6   
            Interface transitions           0   
            SSQ messages received           1   
            COPS sessions opened            1   
            SSC messages sent               1   
            Internal errors                 0   
            Comm errors                     0   
            Discover notifications          0   
            Discovers active                0   
            Discover transitions            0   
            Discover creations              0   
            Discovers deletions             0   
            Address active                  0   
            Address transitions             0   
            Address creations               0   
            Address deletions               0

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the show sscc info command output fields.

    Table 1: show sscc info Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    The SSC Client is connected to

    IP address to which the SSC client is connected

    The SSC Client configured protocols

    Protocols that are enabled on the virtual router for policy and QoS management by the SRC software

    The SSC Client configured servers are

    IP addresses of the primary, secondary, and tertiary SAEs

    Local Source

    Fixed source interface for the TCP/COPS connection

    Local Source Address

    Fixed source address for the TCP/COPS connection

    The configured transport router is

    Router on which the TCP/COPS connection is established

    The configured retry timer is (seconds)

    Delay period during which the client waits for a response from the SAE before submitting the request again

    The configured connectivity timer is (seconds)

    Time period until which the rebooted SRC client waits for the primary SRC server to establish a connection with the SRC client

    The configured update-policy-request is

    Whether the router or the SRC client retrieves DSL line-rate parameters, whenever the values change after connection establishment, from ANCP and transfers the details to the COPS server with other COPS messages: enabled or disabled

    The connection state is

    Current state of the TCP/COPS connection

    SSC Client Statistics

    Statistics about the connection between the SRC client and the SAE:

    • DEC messages received—Number of COPS decision messages received on the router from the SRC client
    • Config decisions received—Number of configuration decision messages received from the SRC client
    • Accounting decisions received—Number of accounting decision messages received from the SRC client
    • Decisions failed—Number of decision messages that failed on the router during processing
    • Error decisions received—Number of error decisions received from the SRC client
    • RPT messages sent—Number of COPS RPT messages sent from the router to the SRC client
    • OPN message sent—Number of COPS OPN messages sent to the SRC client
    • CAT messages received—Number of COPS CAT messages received from the SRC client
    • CC messages sent—Number of COPS CC messages sent to the SRC client
    • CC messages received—Number of COPS CC messages received from the SRC client
    • Interface creations—Number of interfaces that are created
    • Interface deletions—Number of Interfaces that are deleted
    • Interfaces active—Number of interfaces that are currently active
    • Interface transitions—Number of interfaces that transitioned from the up state to the down state
    • SSQ messages received—Number of SSQ messages received from the SRC client
    • COPS sessions opened—Number of COPS sessions opened
    • SSC messages sent—Number of SSC messages sent to the SRC client
    • Internal errors—Internal processing errors
    • Comm errors—Communication errors associated with the SRC client
    • Discover notifications—Number of discover notifications that the SSC client received from the DHCP server
    • Discovers active—Number of discover messages that are currently active
    • Discover transitions—Number of discover messages that transitioned from the up state to the down state
    • Discover creations—Number of DHCP discover messages that are created
    • Discovers deletions—Number of DHCP discover messages that are deleted
    • Address active—Number of DHCP subscriber addresses that are currently active
    • Address transitions—Number of DHCP subscriber addresses that transitioned from the active state to the inactive state
    • Address creations—Number of DHCP addresses that are created
    • Address deletions—Number of DHCP addresses that are deleted
     
     

    Published: 2014-08-20