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A

admin page    
accessing
alarm pane
config pane
description
password pane
service pane
understanding
upgrade pane
agency compliance
alarm-cut-off command
alarms    
configuring
event states
types
antenna    
mounting
mounting conditions    12
mounting requirements
 

B

backup scp command
backup tftp command
backup-unicast scp command
backup-unicast tftp command
 

C

clear alarm command
clear all-unicast-entry command
clear authlog command
clear daemon log command
clear eventlog command
clear md5-key-entry command
clear ptp-stat command
clear syslog command
CLI    1
configuring the Timing Server using
options    1
viewing
using to change the IP address
using to view configuration
using to view status
commands    
alarm-cut-off
backup scp
backup tftp
backup-unicast scp
backup-unicast tftp
clear alarm
clear authlog
clear daemon log
clear eventlog
clear md5-key-entry
clear ptp-stat
clear syslog
config 1/5MHz
config accounting
config accounting-level
config accounting-server add
config accounting-server del
config alarm-email-receiver
config alarm-profile
config antenna-cable-delay-compensation
config antenna-voltage
config auth-order
config change-password
config cli-banner-file
config cli-banner-text
config cli-timeout
config datetime
config dns0
config dns1
config domain
config dst
config e1 output loopback
config e1 output port
config enable-password
config eth0 auto-nego
config eth0 duplex
config eth0 ip
config eth0 ip-mode
config eth0 speed
config eth1 auto-nego
config eth1 duplex
config eth1 ip
config eth1 ip-mode
config eth1 speed
config gps anti-jamming
config holdover-state
config hostname
config irig-b
config language
config lcd-config
config ntp add broadcast
config ntp add manycast_server
config ntp del
config ntp generate-md5-key-list
config ntp reload-md5-key-list
config password
config protocol-support
config ptp add server
config ptp grandmaster
config ptp start-announce
config radius-server add
config radius-server del
config snmp contact
config snmp readonly-community
config snmp readwrite-community
config snmp-trap add
config snmp-trap del
config snmp-v3user add
config snmp-v3user del
config snr
config ssl-cert
config ssl-key
config static-route add
config static-route del
config sync-src-priority
config sync-src-revertive
config telecom-standard
config timezone
config unsecured-communication-protocols
config user add
config user class
config user del
config user password
config web
config web-mode
config web-timeout
Disable
enable
exit
ftp
halt
help
history
logout
ping
quit
reboot
reset config
reset password
restart ntp
restart ptp
restore scp
restore tftp
restore-unicast scp
restore-unicast tftp
save active-md5-key-list scp
save active-md5-key-list tftp
save scp authlog
save scp daemonlog
save scp eventlog
save scp syslog
save tftp authlog
save tftp daemonlog
save tftp eventlog
save tftp syslog
scp
show accounting-level
show accounting-server
show accounting-status
show alarm all
show alarm E1
show alarm-email-receiver
show alarm-profile
show all-configuration
show auth-order
show authlog
show cli-banner
show daemonlog
show dst-config
show E1 config
show E1 status
show eventlog
show frequency
show gps
show holdover-state
show irig-b
show license
show network
show ntp config
show ntp current-active-md5-key-list
show ntp current-new-md5-key-list
show ntp status
show partition
show protocol-support
show ptp config
show ptp default-dataset
show ptp parent-dataset
show ptp stat
show ptp status
show radius-server
show session
show snmp
show snmp-trap
show snmp-v3 user
show sync-src-priority
show sync-src-revertive
show sysinfo
show syslog
show telecom-standard
show time
show timing-output
show user-history
show users
stop ntp
tftp
tftp license
upload-md5-key-list scp
upload-md5-key-list tftp
compliance
config 1/5MHz command
config accounting
config accounting-level
config accounting-server add
config accounting-server del
config alarm-email-receiver command
config alarm-profile command
config antenna-cable-delay-compensation command
config antenna-voltage command
config auth-order
config change-password
config cli-banner-file
config cli-banner-text
config cli-timeout command
config datetime command
config dns0 command
config dns1 command
config domain command
config dst command
config e1 output loopback command
config e1 output port command
config enable-password command
config eth0 auto-nego command
config eth0 duplex command
config eth0 ip command
config eth0 ip-mode command
config eth0 speed command
config eth1 auto-nego command
config eth1 duplex command
config eth1 ip command
config eth1 ip-mode command
config eth1 speed command
config gps anti-jamming command
config holdover-state
config hostname command
config irig-b command
config language command
config lcd-config command
config ntp add broadcast command
config ntp add manycast_server command
config ntp del command
config ntp generate-md5-key-list command
config ntp reload-md5-key-list command
config page    
accessing
description
E1 pane
MD5 pane
network pane
NTP pane
profile pane
PTP pane
RADIUS pane
SNMPv3 pane
timing pane
trap pane
understanding
Users pane
config password command
config protocol-support command
config ptp add server command
config ptp gm announce-receipt-timeout command
config ptp gm disable command
config ptp gm domain command
config ptp gm dscp command
config ptp gm enable command
config ptp gm priority1 command
config ptp gm priority2 command
config ptp gm profile command
config ptp gm two-step command
config ptp grandmaster command
config ptp start-announce command
config ptp unicast add command
config ptp unicast announce-int-range command
config ptp unicast continuous command
config ptp unicast del command
config ptp unicast delay-int-range command
config ptp unicast sync-int-range command
config radius-server add
config radius-server del
config snmp contact command
config snmp readonly-community command
config snmp readwrite-community command
config snmp-trap add command
config snmp-trap del command
config snmp-v3user add command
config snmp-v3user del command
config snr command
config ssl-cert command
config ssl-key command
config static-route add command
config static-route del command
config sync-src-priority command
config sync-src-revertive command
config telecom-standard command
config timezone command
config unsecured-communication-protocols command
config user add
config user class
config user del
config user password
config web command
config web-mode command
config web-timeout command
console cable    
specifications
conventions    
notice icons
customer support    12
contacting JTAC
 

D

depth
dimensions    
physical
Disable command
Dynamic SSL certificate    
overview
 

E

e-mail lists    
adding users
removing users
elements    
configurable in the CLI
EMC testing
enable command
enable mode password    
reset via CLI
reset via GUI
reset via hardware mechanism
environmental specifications
event log    
troubleshooting using
event states
exit command
 

F

factory defaults    
resetting
ftp command
 

G

graphical user interface    
using
 

H

halt command
hardware    
returning
height
help command
history command
humidity    
operating
 

I

IEEE 1588-2008 SYNC LED
input voltage
installation instructions    
Timing Server
installation requirements
IP address    
assigning
changing (CLI)
changing (web)
reserving
 

K

knowledge base
 

L

log page    
accessing
AuthLog Pane
Daemon Pane
description
EventLog Pane
SysLog Pane
understanding
login class    
changing by Admin user    
via GUI
login page    
accessing
description
understanding
logout command
 

M

mounting conditions    
minimal
optimal
mounting requirements
 

N

notice icons
 

P

parameters    
configuring (CLI)
password    
changing for Admin user    
via CLI
via GUI    12
changing for Read-Only user by Admin user    
via GUI
changing for Read/Write user by Admin user    
via GUI
changing for Read/Write user by Read/Write user    
via GUI
reset for Admin user    
via CLI
via GUI
via hardware mechanism
physical dimensions
ping command
port LEDs
power    
consumption
specifications
PTP    
setting parameters
 

Q

quit command
 

R

reboot command
requirements    
installing
mounting the antenna
upgrade
reset config command
reset password command
restart ntp command
restart ptp command
restore scp command
restore tftp command
restore-unicast scp command
restore-unicast tftp command
returns
RMA
 

S

safety testing
save active-md5-key-list scp command
save active-md5-key-list tftp command
save scp authlog command
save scp daemonlog command
save scp eventlog command
save scp syslog command
save tftp authlog command
save tftp daemonlog command
save tftp eventlog command
save tftp syslog command
scp command
show accounting-level
show accounting-server
show accounting-status
show alarm all command
show alarm E1 command
show alarm-email-receiver command
show alarm-profile command
show all-configuration command
show auth-order
show authlog command
show cli-banner command
show daemonlog command
show dst-config command
show E1 config command
show E1 status command
show eventlog command
show frequency command
show gps command
show holdover-state
show irig-b command
show license command
show network command
show ntp config command
show ntp current-active-md5-key-list command
show ntp current-new-md5-key-list command
show ntp status command
show partition command
show protocol-support command
show ptp config command
show ptp default-dataset command
show ptp parent-dataset command
show ptp stat command
show ptp status command
show radius-server
show session command
show snmp command
show snmp-trap command
show snmp-v3 user command
show sync-src-priority command
show sync-src-revertive
show sysinfo command
show syslog command
show telecom-standard command
show time command
show timing-output command
show user-history
show users
SNMPv3    
creating users
specifying contacts
software    
upgrading using the CLI
upgrading using the GUI
specifications    
console cable
environmental
power
SSH
status page    
accessing
alarm pane
description
E1 pane
GPS pane
NTP pane
PTP pane
system pane
timing pane
understanding
stop ntp command
support
support, technical     See technical support    
system LEDs    
understanding
 

T

technical support    1
contacting JTAC
telnet
temperature    
operating
storage
tftp command
tftp license command
Timing Server    
accessing using the CLI
description
installing
stopping and restarting
troubleshooting
unpacking
visually testing (with GPS)
traps    
configuring
creating targets
deleting targets
 

U

unpacking the chassis
upgrading     See software    
upload-md5-key-list scp
upload-md5-key-list tftp
user account    
admin password changing    
via CLI
via GUI    12
admin password reset    
via CLI
via GUI
via hardware mechanism
creating Read-Only user
creating Read/Write user
deleting Read-Only user    
via GUI
deleting Read/Write user    
via GUI
guidelines
management
modifying
overview
Read-Only user password changing by Admin user    
via GUI
Read/Write user password changing by Admin user    
via GUI
Read/Write user password changing by Read/Write user    
via GUI
user interface    
accessing
requirements for using
 

W

warranty
width

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 38 list the configurable elements that appear.

Note: All NTP or PTP commands and GUI pages are available only if the corresponding protocol support is enabled in the Timing Server.

Table 38: Configurable Elements in the CLI

Command

Description

Supported Users

alarm-cut-off

Cuts off audio alarms.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

backup tftp

Backs up the configuration file to a TFTP server.

Admin

backup scp

Backs up the configuration file (config.dat) in the specified path of the SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.

Admin

backup-unicast tftp

Backs up the unicast table entries file (unicast.dat) in the specified path of the TFTP server.

Admin

backup-unicast scp

Backs up the unicast table entries file (unicast.dat) in the specified path of the SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.

Admin

clear alarm

Clears the alarm.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

clear all-unicast-entry

Clears all the Timing Clients IP addresses.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

clear authlog

Clears authorization log.

Admin

clear daemon log

Clears daemon log.

Admin

clear eventlog

Clears event log.

Admin

clear md5-key-entry

Deletes the MD5 key list.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

clear ptp-stat

Clears statistics of PTP packets.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

clear syslog

Clears system log.

Admin

config 1/5MHz

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config accounting

Enables or disables RADIUS accounting in the Timing Server.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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
  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.
  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config antenna-voltage

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config alarm-email-receiver

Configures recipients of alarm e-mail notifications

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config alarm-profile

Configures the alarm profile.

Admin

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
  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config change-password

Modifies your current login password.

Read/Write

config cli-banner-file

Downloads the specified text file from the mentioned path of the configured Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) server to the /etc/config/cli_banner.txt path for customizing the CLI banner.

The downloaded file should be a plain text file. On rebooting, the TCA system checks for the cli_banner.txt file and displays the content in the file as CLI banner.

Note:

  • The file cannot be downloaded from TFTP and FTP servers.
  • The TCA system supports only 1024 characters (including spaces and new line characters) for the downloaded file, so the TCA system would truncate any extra characters in the file.
  • The TCA system detects all special characters in the downloaded file as normal strings.
  • The TCA system displays the default hard coded CLI banner, if no customized CLI banner is configured.
  • The TCA system displays an empty banner, if the cli_banner.txt file is empty.

Admin

config cli-banner-text

Configures a customized CLI banner. The CLI banner text that you have provided in this command is stored in the cli_banner.txt file in the /etc/config path. On rebooting, the TCA system checks for the cli_banner.txt file and displays the content in the file as CLI banner.

The maximum length of the CLI banner text that you can enter in this command is 100 characters, which include spaces and special characters. You can also use special characters (such as \n. \v, \t, and so on) to format the CLI banner text provided in this command.

Note:

  • If the cli_banner.txt file is available and already contains any content, then the existing content is replaced with the provided content.
  • You should avoid using the following special characters in the CLI banner text: |, “, and ‘.
  • The TCA system displays the default hard coded CLI banner, if no customized CLI banner is configured.
  • The TCA system displays an empty banner, if the cli_banner.txt file is empty.

Admin

config cli-timeout

Configures the session in-action session timeout.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config datetime

Configures date and time for the Timing Server.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config dns0

Configures the primary DNS server IP.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config dns1

Configures the second DNS server IP.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config domain

Configures the domain. {domain name}

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config dst

Configures offset, starting date and time, and ending date and time for DST.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config e1 output loopback

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config e1 output port

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

Note: The framer generation setting is available only when the Timing Server uses T1 interface type.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config eth0 duplex

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config eth0 ip-mode

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config eth0 speed

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config eth1 auto-nego

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config eth1 duplex

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config eth1 ip-mode

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config eth1 speed

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.
  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config irig-b

Configures modes for the IRIG-B output port.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config hostname

Configures the hostname. {hostname}

Admin

config language

Configures the webpages language.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config lcd-config

Enables or disables the LCD configuration change functionality. When the LCD configuration change functionality is enabled, the TCA system displays all menus (Status, Config, Admin, and Help) in the LCD panel. When the LCD configuration change functionality is disabled, the TCA system does not display the Config and Admin menus in the LCD panel.

By default, the LCD configuration change functionality is enabled.

Note: The status change becomes effective on next reboot.

Caution: If the LCD configuration change functionality is disabled, then you cannot use the hardware mechanism for resetting the passwords of the Admin user and the enable mode. Hence, if you forget the password of the Admin user, you cannot perform any administrator functionalities in the TCA system.

Admin

config ntp add broadcast

Creates an NTP association entry for the specified IPv4 address with the NTP mode set to Broadcast. You can define the following optional parameters: prefer, version, min poll, max poll, and keyid.

Note: The IPv4 address should be a Class A address, Class B address, or Class C address. You can add a maximum of 20 entries including all types of NTP modes. Each entry should have a unique IPv4 address.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ntp add manycast_server

Creates an NTP association entry for the specified IPv4 address with the NTP mode set to Manycast Server. You can define the optional parameter keyid.

Note: The IPv4 address should be a Class D address. You can add a maximum of 20 entries including all types of NTP modes. Each entry should have a unique IPv4 address.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ntp del

Deletes the specified NTP association entry.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ntp generate-md5-key-list

Generates the MD5 key list using the system command ntp-keygen. The generated list is stored in the /etc/config/ntp/tempkeys path.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ntp reload-md5-key-list

Reloads the MD5 key list.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config password

Modifies your current login password.

Admin

config protocol-support

Enables either the NTP or PTP support in the Timing Server. By default, the PTP support is enabled.

  • ptp—Enables PTP support.
  • ntp—Enables NTP support.

Note:

  • If you reject the rebooting of the Timing Server, the protocol change is not saved and the Timing Server continues to use the current protocol.
  • After rebooting the Timing Server, you can access only the commands and GUI pages related to the enabled protocol.

Admin

config ptp add server

Adds a PTP server.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp gm announce-receipt-timeout

Configures the timeout period for the announce event messages.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp gm enable

Enables the PTP protocol.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp gm disable

Disables the PTP protocol.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp gm domain

Configures the PTP domain number for the Timing Client.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp gm dscp

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.
  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp grandmaster

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.
  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp unicast add

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp unicast announce-int-range

Configures the range for announce interval message rate.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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.
  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp unicast del

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp unicast delay-int-range

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

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

config ptp unicast sync-int-range

Configures the range for Sync event message rate.

  • Admin
  • Read/Write

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 ssl-key

Downloads the specified SSL key file from the mentioned path of the configured SCP server. For more information about the dynamic SSL certificate support, see Dynamic SSL Certificate Overview.

Note:

  • The file cannot be downloaded from TFTP and FTP servers.
  • You must download the corresponding certificate file.
  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.

Admin

config ssl-cert

Downloads the specified SSL certificate file from the mentioned path of the configured SCP server. For more information about the dynamic SSL certificate support, see Dynamic SSL Certificate Overview.

Note:

  • The file cannot be downloaded from TFTP and FTP servers.
  • You must download the corresponding key file.
  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.

Admin

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 41.
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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 41.

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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 unsecured-communication-protocols

Enables or disables unsecured transfer or communication protocols such as ICMP, TFTP, FTP, and Telnet protocol. The values are:

  • 1—Specifies the ICMP.
  • 2—Specifies the TFTP.
  • 3— Specifies the FTP.
  • 4—Specifies the Telnet protocol.
  • 5—Specifies all the preceding protocols.

By default, all the unsecured transfer or communication protocols are enabled.

Admin

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.

Admin

config web-timeout

Configures the web-timeout. [min]

Admin

Disable

Disables privileged access (to configuration commands)

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ftp

Installs the specified software image from the configured FTP server.

Admin

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

restart ntp

Restarts the NTP daemon. All NTP processes are killed before restarting the NTP daemon.

Admin

restart ptp

Starts PTP operations.

Admin

restore tftp

Restores the configuration file from a TFTP server.

Admin

restore scp

Restores the configuration file from the mentioned path of the SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.

Admin

restore-unicast tftp

Restores the unicast table entries from the mentioned file in a TFTP server.

Admin

restore-unicast scp

Restores the unicast table entries from the mentioned file in a SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.

Admin

save active-md5-key-list scp

Downloads the current active MD5 keys from the Timing Server to the mentioned path in the SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.
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save active-md5-key-list tftp

Downloads the current active MD5 keys from the Timing Server to the mentioned file in the TFTP server.

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save tftp authlog

Saves the author log to a TFTP server.

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save tftp daemonlog

Saves the daemon log to a TFTP server.

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save tftp eventlog

Saves the event log to a TFTP server.

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save tftp syslog

Saves the system log to a TFTP server.

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save scp authlog

Saves the author log in the specified path of the SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.
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save scp daemonlog

Saves the daemon log in the specified path of the SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.
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save scp eventlog

Saves the event log in the specified path of the SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.
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save scp syslog

Saves the system log in the specified path of the SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.
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scp

Installs the specified software image from the mentioned path of the configured SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.

Admin

stop ntp

Stops the operations of the NTP daemon.

Admin

tftp

Installs a software upgrade image file by TFTP

Admin

tftp license

Upload TFTP license for value-added features.

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upload-md5-key-list scp

Uploads the MD5 keys to the Timing Server from the mentioned path of the SCP server.

Note:

  • The file path and username should not contain any space characters.
  • The maximum length of the CLI command should not exceed 124 characters.
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upload-md5-key-list tftp

Uploads the MD5 keys to the Timing Server from the mentioned file in a TFTP server.

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Modified: 2016-07-21