Elements that You Can Configure in the CLI

To list the elements that you can configure using the CLI, type enable at the prompt and press Enter. Table 35 list the configurable elements that appear.

Table 35: Configurable Elements in the CLI

Command

Description

Supported Users

alarm-cut-off

Cuts off audio alarms.

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backup

Backs up the configuration file to a TFTP server.

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clear alarm

Clears the alarm.

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clear all-unicast-entry

Clears all the Timing Clients IP addresses.

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clear authlog

Clears authorization log.

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clear daemon log

Clears daemon log.

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clear eventlog

Clears event log.

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clear syslog

Clears system log.

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config 1/5MHz

Selects between 1MHz vs. 5MHz output on the 1/5 MHz port.

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config accounting

Enables or disables RADIUS accounting in the Timing Server.

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config accounting-level

Configures the information to be used by the Timing Server for accounting. The values are:

  • 1—For login accounting only
  • 2—For interactive and login accounting
  • 3—For configuration, interactive and login accounting
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config accounting-server add

Adds the IP address of the RADIUS accounting server and sets other related configurations (secret word, retries, timeout, and port) to be used by the Timing Server for accounting.

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config accounting-server del

Deletes the RADIUS accounting server and its configuration from the accounting server list by using the IP address of the accounting server.

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config antenna-cable-delay-compensation

Configures a delay compensation value in the range of -10000 through 10000 nanoseconds to compensate antenna cable delay.

Note: You are advised to enter:

  • A negative delay compensation value to compensate the positive delay introduced by the cable.
  • A positive delay compensation value to advance the PPS output delay relative to the absolute value.
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config antenna-voltage

Configures the input voltage for the antenna between 3.3 or 5V.

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config alarm-email-receiver

Configures recipients of alarm e-mail notifications

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config alarm-profile

Configures the alarm profile.

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config auth-order

Configures the authentication order to be followed by the Timing Server while authenticating an user. The following combination of authentication order is allowed:

  • RADIUS server authentication and then local authentication
  • Local authentication and then RADIUS server authentication
  • Only RADIUS server authentication
  • Only local authentication
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config change-password

Modifies your current login password.

Read/Write

config cli-timeout

Configures the session in-action session timeout.

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config datetime

Configures date and time for the Timing Server.

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config dns0

Configures the primary DNS server IP.

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config dns1

Configures the second DNS server IP.

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config domain

Configures the domain. {domain name}

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config e1 output loopback

Configures the E1 input port’s number of ports, mode, framing, encoding, Receive Sensitivity, SSM, and state.

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config e1 output port

Configures the E1 output port’s number of ports, mode, framing, encoding, LBO, SSM, and state.

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config enable-password

Modifies the password of the enable mode.

Admin

config eth0 auto-nego

Turns Auto Negotiation ON or OFF for Ethernet 0 (LAN1) port.

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config eth0 duplex

Selects the duplex mode for the Ethernet 0 (LAN1) port between half or full duplex.

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config eth0 ip

Configures IP settings for Ethernet 0 (LAN1) port : IP address, mask, and gateway.

Note: TCA supports only one default gateway for both eth0 and eth1 interfaces. You can create static routes to reach a network through a specific Ethernet interface.

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config eth0 ip-mode

Selects the IP mode for the Ethernet 0 (LAN1) port between Static and DHCP.

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config eth0 speed

Selects the speed for the Ethernet 0 (LAN1) port between 10 and 100Mbps.

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config eth1 auto-nego

Turns Auto Negotiation on or off for Ethernet 1 (LAN2) port.

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config eth1 duplex

Selects the duplex mode for the Ethernet 1 (LAN2) port between half or full duplex.

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config eth1 ip

Configures IP settings for Ethernet 1 (LAN2) port : IP address, mask, and gateway.

Note: TCA supports only one default gateway for both eth0 and eth1 interfaces. You can create static routes to reach a network through a specific Ethernet interface.

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config eth1 ip-mode

Selects the IP mode for the Ethernet 1 (LAN2) port between Static and DHCP.

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config eth1 speed

Selects the speed for the Ethernet 1 (LAN2) port between 10 and 100Mbps.

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config gps anti-jamming

Enables or disables the anti-jamming capability for the Resolution SMT GPS Timing Receiver.

Note: This command is available only if the TCA8000 and TCA8500 Timing Servers use the Resolution SMT GPS Timing Receiver.

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config holdover-state

Configures the TCA system to remain in the holdover state or change to the internal state after 24 hours of holdover state.

  • 1—The system remains in the holdover state instead of changing to the internal state after 24 hours of holdover state. However, the system changes to the internal state when the signal is lost during acquisition, locking, or resetting the system.
  • 0 (default)—The system changes to the internal state after 24 hours of holdover state.
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config irig-b

Configures modes for the IRIG-B output port.

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config hostname

Configures the host name. {hostname}

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config language

Configures the web pages language.

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config password

Modifies your current login password.

Admin

config ptp add server

Adds a PTP server.

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config ptp gm announce-receipt-timeout

Configures the timeout period for the announce event messages.

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config ptp gm enable

Enables the PTP protocol.

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config ptp gm disable

Disables the PTP protocol.

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config ptp gm domain

Configures the PTP domain number for the Timing Client.

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config ptp gm dscp

Configures the Differential Service (DiffServ) of the IP packet, which transports the PTP event and signaling messages.

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config ptp gm priority1

Provides a priority value for the Priority 1 parameter, which is used in the Best Master Clock (BMC) algorithm. The value is assigned to assist the BMC to select a Grandmaster for the PTP domain.

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config ptp gm priority2

Provides a priority value for the Priority 2 parameter, which is used in the BMC algorithm. The value is assigned to assist the BMC to select a Grandmaster for the PTP domain.

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config ptp gm profile

Configures the PTP profile type as Telecom Profile, which is the same profile type value as used for Telecom Profile without Signaling.

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config ptp gm two-step

Enables the One-Step or Two-Step clock.

  • 0—Enables the One-Step clock.
  • 1—Enables the Two-Step clock.
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config ptp grandmaster

Configures PTP grandmaster settings: profile selection, 1- vs. 2- step, Sync, Delay Request, and Announcement Packet intervals.

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config ptp start-announce

Configures the announce packet start timeout value to delay the transmission of announce messages.

On rebooting, the TCA Timing Server starts transmitting the announce messages if any one of the following condition is satisfied:

  • After the expiry of the configured timeout value
  • Any configured synchronization source is locked to the frequency within the configured timeout value

The timeout value range is between 0 and 120 minutes. The default value is 0 minutes (that is, transmission delay feature is disabled).

Note:

  • The transmission delay feature is applicable only to the first lock state of any synchronization source.
  • The configured timeout value is effective on next reboot.
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config ptp unicast add

Adds the IP address of a Timing Client (Slave) through which the Grandmaster sends or receives event messages.

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config ptp unicast announce-int-range

Configures the range for announce interval message rate.

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config ptp unicast continuous

Configures the Grandmaster to continuously send the ARP messages to the unicast IP addresses in its Unicast table.

  • ON—Sends an ARP request for every 2 minutes per Timing Client.
  • OFF—Sends ARP requests until the Grandmaster receives the ARP response from the Timing Client and then does not send the ARP requests again until either the Grandmaster is reset or the IP address is deleted and added back.
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config ptp unicast del

Deletes the IP address of a Timing Client (Slave) through which the Grandmaster sends or receives event messages.

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config ptp unicast delay-int-range

Configures the range for delay request or response event message rate.

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config ptp unicast sync-int-range

Configures the range for Sync event message rate.

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config radius-server add

Adds the IP address of the RADIUS authentication server and sets other related configurations (secret word, retries, timeout, and port) to be used by the Timing Server for user authentication.

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config radius-server del

Deletes the RADIUS authentication server and its configuration from the authentication server list by using the IP address of the authentication server.

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config snmp-trap add

Adds a trap receiver address to the list.

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config snmp-trap del

Deletes a trap receiver from the list.

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config snmp-v3user add

Adds a SNMP v3 user.

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config snmp-v3user del

Deletes a SNMPv3 user.

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config snmp contact

Configures the SNMP contact.

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config snmp readonly-community

Configures the SNMP read only community.

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config snmp readwrite-community

Configures the SNMP read and write community.

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config snr

Selects SNR units between AMU or dBHz.

Note: This command is not available if the TCA8000 and TCA8500 Timing Servers use the Resolution SMT GPS Timing Receiver. The AMU is not an industry standard unit of measurement.

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config static-route add

Adds a static route that defines a gateway IP address for reaching the destination network. The gateway IP address acts as an interface IP address for the next hop.

Note:

  • The gateway IP address should be in the same subnet of the eth0 or eth1 interface IP address.
  • TCA supports only one default gateway for both eth0 and eth1 interfaces.
  • You can create only 10 static routes (inclusive of default routes). For a list of default routes, see Table 38.
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config static-route del

Deletes a static route.

Note: You cannot delete default routes. For a list of default routes, see Table 38.

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config sync-src-priority

Configures the highest priority synchronization source that the Timing Server should use. Choices include: gps, e1, or internal.

Note: The t1 option is available instead of e1 when the Timing Server uses T1 interface type.

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config sync-src-revertive

Configures the synchronization source selection mode and the time period.

The status can be:

  • yes—Sets the synchronization source selection mode as revertive.
  • no—Sets the synchronization source selection mode as non-revertive.

The time period options are:

  • 1—Time period is set to zero minute.
  • 2—Time period is set to 10 minutes.
  • 3—Time period is set to 20 minutes.
  • 4—Time period is set to 30 minutes.
  • 5—Time period is set to 40 minutes.
  • 6—Time period is set to 50 minutes.
  • 7—Time period is set to 60 minutes.
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config telecom-standard

Configures the telecom standard for the telecom profile. The PTP grandmaster announces the clock class based on the configured telecom standard. The values are:

  • 1 (Default value) - Telecom standard is set as Telecom-IEEE1588.
  • 2 - Telecom standard is set as Telecom-G8265.1-option 1.
  • 3 - Telecom standard is set as Telecom-G8265.1-option 2.
  • 4 - Telecom standard is set as Telecom-G8275.1.

Note: The telecom standard can be configured only for the telecom profile. For other profiles, the default value is set and you cannot configure the telecom standard.

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config timezone

Configures the time zone information.

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config user add

Creates a new user account with login class as Read-Only or Read/Write.

Admin

config user class

Modifies the login class for the Read-Only or Read/Write user account.

Admin

config user del

Deletes the Read-Only or Read/Write user account.

Admin

config user password

Creates a new password for the Read-Only or Read/Write user account.

Admin

config web

Configures the web enable/disable.

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config web-mode

Configures the web mode.

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config web-timeout

Configures the web-timeout. [min]

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Disable

Disables privileged access (to configuration commands)

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halt

Halts the system.

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ping

Pings the remote host.

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reboot

Reboots the system.

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reset config

Restores the Timing Server to the manufacturer default configuration.

Admin

reset password

Restores the default password value.

Admin

restore

Restores the configuration file to a TFTP server.

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save authlog

Saves the author log to a TFTP server.

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save daemonlog

Saves the daemon log to a TFTP server.

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save eventlog

Saves the event log to a TFTP server.

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save syslog

Saves the system log to a TFTP server.

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tftp

Installs a software upgrade image file by TFTP

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tftp license

Upload TFTP license for value-added features.

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