Default Profile Configuration Command

The profile is configured with other PTP parameters within a configuration string. The Sync and Delay_Response rates at the Grandmaster are required to match the Timing Client Sync and Delay_Request packet rates.

ptp grandmaster

The parameters that are required to be configured are the profile type (0-3), priority 1 and 2 (0 to 128) PTP Domain # (0-254), one/two-step mode, the Delay_Response / Sync / Announce packet rates and announce message timeout interval, i.e. [profile] [priority1] [priority2] [domain number] [two step] [delay interval] announce interval] [sync interval] [announce receipt timeout]

Note: Two-step is not enabled when using TCA Timing Client as it is not required.

#config ptp grandmaster 0 1 1 20 0 6 0 6 3 where [default profile=0], [priority1 & 2 = 1], [domain #=20] [one-step] [Delay_Response/Request Rate= 6] [Announce Interval =0] [Sync Rate = 6] [Announce Timeout=3]
ptp gm dsc

Configures the Differential Service (DiffServ) of the IP packet which transports the PTP event and signaling messages. This should be configured to Explicit Forward (EF) which is a value of 46 decimal.

# config ptp gmslv dscp 46
config ptp gm disable

Disables the PTP protocol. Only after your confirmation, the PTP protocol is disabled.

Note: This command is applicable for all profile types.

# config ptp gm disable
Are you sure you want to disable grandmaster ptp? y/n
y
config ptp gm enable

Enables the PTP protocol. Only after your confirmation, the PTP protocol is enabled.

Note: This command is applicable for all profile types.

# config ptp gm enable
Are you sure you want to enable grandmaster ptp? y/n
y