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BeitragVerfasst am: 26.08.2006, 21:46    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

So damit dir nicht Langweilig wird hier eine überarbeitete CLI List vom BCM6348 :eigentlich vom USR Modem aber das ist schnurz ...

CLI Command List
The following commands are available from ADSL router command line interfaces.
From Linux busybox:
· Cat
· Df
· Dumpmem (hidden command)
· Echo
· Ifconfig
· Kill
· Ping
· Ps
· Pwd
· Reboot
· Setmem (hidden command)
· Top (hidden command)
· Traceroute
· Sh (hidden command)
· Logread (hidden command and only if syslog is enabled)
· Sysinfo
From Linux public domain:
· Brctl
· Ebtables (hidden command)
· Iptables (hidden command)
From U.S. Robotics:
· adsl
· atm
· arp
· cat
· defaultgateway
· dhcpserver
· dltftp
· dnsrelay
· help
· lan
· logout
· passwd
· ppp
· pwd
· remoteaccess
· restoredefault
· route
· save
· swversion
· wan
· wlctl (only enabled for wireless BCM96348GW; no manual yet; CLI can not save wireless to Permanent Storage in v2.12L1 release).

Control Key Support
1. Command history scrolling (maximum 15 commands in history)
UP: UP arrow key, or CTL+p
DOWN: DOWN arrow key, or CTL+n
2. Move cursor
a. LEFT: LEFT arrow key, or CTL-b
b. RIGHT: RIGHT arrow key, or CTL-f
c. Beginning of line: CTL+a
d. End of line: CTL+e
3. Clear screen: CTL+l (lowercase letter of L)
4. Clear to the beginning of line: CTL+u
5. Clear to the end of line: CTL+k
6. Delete: DEL key, or CTL+h
7. Terminate CTL-c (can not terminate certain running application such as ping and traceroute)

ADSL
NAME
adsl – allow a user to control the U.S. Robotics BCM63xx ADSL driver
SYNOPSIS
adsl start [options]
adsl stop
adsl connection [options]
adsl configure [options]
adsl bert [options]
adsl info [options]
DESCRIPTION
Adsl is used to control the U.S. Robotics BCM63xx ADSL driver. This utility can:
start and stop the driver
activate, deactivate and control ADSL connection
configure ADSL driver and connection parameters
start, stop and monitor Bit Error Rate Test (BERT)
display status and information of ADSL driver and connection
display statistics for ADSL driver and connection
All information is displayed to stdout. A program or shell script that calls this utility can redirect stdout to a file and then parse the file in order to interpret the displayed output.
COMMANDS
start
Starts the U.S. Robotics ADSL driver. This command calls BcmAdsl_Initialize to initialize the driver and BcmAdsl_ConnectionStart to start ADSL PHY connection if [--up] is specified. This command takes parameters that can specify various connection modes. These parameters are the same as in “configure” command.
stop
Stops ADSL connection and U.S. Robotics ADSL driver. This command calls BcmAdsl_Uninitialize.
configure
Configures ADSL connection parameters. These command takes the same parameters as “start” command except for [--up] . This command will cause ADSL PHY to retrain.
connection
Controls ADSL connection modes, such as up and down and several special test modes. This command can also be used to specify tone selection for upstream and downstream.
bert
Controls ADSL bit error rate test (BERT). This command can start/stop the BERT test and monitor its results.
info
Display information about ADSL driver and PHY status.
OPTIONS
Options for the start and configure commands
adsl start [--up] [--mod <a|d|l|t>] [--lpair <(i)nner|(o)uter>] [--bm <(D)BM|(F)BM>] [--ccw]
adsl configure [--mod <a|d|l|t>] [--lpair <(i)nner|(o)uter>] [--bm <(D)BM|(F)BM>] [--ccw]
--up
Will call BcmAdsl_ConnectionStart to start ADSL PHY connection
--mod <a|d|l|t>
a – all modulations allowed.
d – G.DMT only
l – G.Lite only
t – T1.413 only
More than one mode letter can be given to specify several modes.
--lpair <(i)nner|(o)uter>
(i)nner –inner loop pair is used
(o)uter – outer loop pair is used
The following options apply to AnnexC only
--bm <(D)BM|(F)BM>
(D)BM - DBM mode
(F)BM - FBM mode
--ccw
Enables special CRC workaround for Centillium modems
Options for the stop command
adsl stop
Options for the connection command
adsl connection [--up] [--down] [--loopback] [--reverb] [--medley] [--noretrain] [--tones <xmtStart xmtNum xmtMap rcvStart rcvNum rcvMap>]
--up
Starts ADSL connection in normal mode
--down
Puts ADSL PHY in idle mode
--loopback
Puts ADSL PHY in ATM cell loopback mode. In this modem ADSL PHY will not try to establish connection
--reverb
Puts ADSL PHY in test mode in which it only sends REVERB signal
--medley
Puts ADSL PHY in test mode in which it only sends MEDLEY signal
--noretrain
In this mode ADSL PHY will be trying to establish connection as in normal mode, but once the connection is up it will not retrain even if the signal is lost.
--tones <xmtStart xmtNum smtMap rcvStart rcvNum rcvMap>
Specifies tones which can be used by ADSL PHY.
xmtStart – first tone used in upstream direction (usually 0)
xmtNum - number of tones in upstream direction (usually 32)
xmtMap - bitmap for tones used in upstream direction. Specified as a hexadecimal string. Bit value zero means the corresponding tone is not used, bit value one means it is used.
rcvStart – first tone used in downstream direction (usually 32)
rcvNum - number of tones in downstream direction (usually 224)
rcvMap - bitmap for tones used in downstream direction. Specified as a hexadecimal string. Bit value zero means the corresponding tone is not used, bit value one means it is used.
Tone configuration command does not cause ADSL PHY retrain automatically. To experience the effect of this command ADSL connection must be restarted using for example adsl connection –down followed by adsl connection –up command. Tone selection is not affected by adsl configure commands and has to be changed explicitly. Default tone configuration (all tones enabled) will be set by adsl tones 0 32 0xFFFFFFFF 32 224 0xFF… (repeated 28 times)
Options for the bert command
adsl bert [--start ] [--stop] [--show]
--start
Starts Bit Error Rate Test (BERT)
seconds – duration of BERT test in seconds
--stop
Stops the BERT test.
--show
Display BERT results to stdout in the following format:
BERT Status = [NOT] RUNNING BERT Total Time = 10 sec
BERT Elapsed Time = 10 sec
BERT Bits Tested = 0x00000000045A6380 bits
BERT Err Bits = 0x0000000000000002 bits
BERT Status indicates whether or not the BERT test is currently running. It can be used to monitor when the BERT test is complete after it is started. The numbers of total bit tested and errorred bits are displayed as 64 bit hexadecimal numbers.
Options for the info command
adsl info [--state] [--show] [--stats] [--reset]
--state
Displays the shortest message about ADSL PHY connection state, e.g.
adsl: ADSL driver and PHY status
Status: Showtime Channel: FAST, Upstream rate = 8064 Kbps, Downstream rate = 1024 Kbps
--show
Displays more statistics about ADSL connection.
--stats
Displays all available statistics about ADSL connection.
--reset
Clears all statistic counters in ADSL driver
EXIT CODES
Exit codes less than 100 are assigned by the ADSL driver. Exit codes of 100 or greater are assigned by the adsl utility.

BCMADSL_STATUS_SUCCESS 0
BCMADSL_STATUS_ERROR 1
ADSL_GENERAL_ERROR 100
ADSL_ALLOC_ERROR 101
ADSL_INVALID_COMMAND 102
ADSL_INVALID_OPTION 103
ADSL_INVALID_PARAMETER 104
ADSL_INVALID_NUMBER_OF_OPTIONS 105
ADSL_INVALID_NUMBER_OF_PARAMETERS 106
EXAMPLES
· A simple initialization. adsl start [--up]
or
adsl start
adsl connection --up
· A more complex initialization.
adsl start –-up –-mod dl -–lpair I
or
adsl start
adsl connection -–up –-mod dl –-lpair I
· Getting in and out of the test modes
adsl connection –-reverb
adsl connection –-up
· Selecting tones
adsl connection –-tones 0 32 0xFEFFFF7F 32 224 0xFEFFFFFFFFFFFF7F
selects tones from 1 to 31 for upstream and from 33 to 95 for downstream
· Starting and monitoring BERT
adsl bert –start 60
to run BERT test for 60 seconds. After about 20 seconds of BERT running the results will look like:
adsl bert –show
adsl: BERT results:
BERT Status = RUNNING
BERT Total Time = 60 sec
BERT Elapsed Time = 20 sec
BERT Bits Tested = 0x0000000008B4C700 bits
BERT Err Bits = 0x0000000000000067 bits
After 60 seconds when the BERT has completed the results of –show command will be:
adsl bert –show
adsl: BERT results:
BERT Status = NOT RUNNING BERT Total Time = 60 sec
BERT Elapsed Time = 60 sec
BERT Bits Tested = 0x000000001A1E5500 bits
BERT Err Bits = 0x0000000000000067 bits
· Display minimal ADSL state.
adsl info –-state
adsl: ADSL driver and PHY status
Status: Showtime Channel: FAST, Upstream rate = 8064 Kbps, Downstream rate = 1024 Kbps
· Display complete ADSL driver and PHY status.
adsl info –-show
adsl: ADSL driver and PHY status
Status: Showtime Channel: FAST, Upstream rate = 8064 Kbps, Downstream rate = 1024 Kbps
Mode: G.DMT
Channel: Fast
Trellis: ON
Line Status: No Defect
Training Status: Showtime

Down Up
SNR (dB): 16.1 7.0
Attn(dB): 0.0 5.5
Pwr(dBm): 6.5 7.8
Max(Kbps): 11040 1088
Rate (Kbps): 0 0
K: 0(0) 0
R: 0 0
S: 1 1
D: 1 1
SF: 25288 25286
SFErr: 1 0
RS: 0 0
RSCorr: 0 0
RSUnCorr: 0 0
HEC: 1 0
OCD: 0 0
LCD: 0 0
ES: 1 0

ARP
NAME
arp – manipulate modem’s ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) table
SYNOPSIS
arp add <IP address> <MAC address>
arp delete <IP address>
arp show
arp --help
DESCRIPTION
arp is used to manipulate modem’s ARP table. Note that ARP entries added by this command are not saved in the flash memory by the save command. After system reboot, ARP entries need to be re-added.
EXAMPLES
Add a static ARP entry for IP address 192.168.1.2 with MAC address 00:11:22:33:44:55.
>arp add 192.168.1.2 00:11:22:33:44:55
Show ARP table.
> arp show

IP address HW type Flags HW address Mask Device
192.168.1.3 0x1 0x2 00:01:03:E3:4F:F9 * br0
192.168.1.2 0x1 0x6 00:11:22:33:44:55 * br0
° Delete ARP entry for IP address 192.168.1.2.
>arp delete 192.168.1.2

ATM
NAME
atm – allow a user to control the U.S. Robotics BCM63xx ATM driver
SYNOPSIS
atm start [options]
atm stop
atm operate tdte|intf|vcc [options]
DESCRIPTION
Atm is used to control the U.S. Robotics BCM63xx ATM driver. This utility can:
· start and stop the driver
· activate and deactivate an ATM interface (port) or a Virtual Channel Connection (VCC)
· add and remove traffic descriptor table entries
· add and remove VCCs
· display the configuration for traffic descriptor table entries, ATM interfaces and VCCs
· display statistics for ATM interfaces and VCCs
All information is displayed to stdout. A program or shell script that calls this utility can redirect stdout to a file and then parse the file in order to interpret the displayed output.
COMMANDS
Start
Starts the U.S. Robotics ATM driver. This command calls BcmAtm_Initialize to initialize the driver and BcmAtm_SetTrafficDescrTable to add one UBR traffic descriptor table entry.
Stop
Stops the U.S. Robotics ATM driver. This command calls BcmAtm_Uninitialize.
Operate
Operates on traffic descriptor table entries, ATM interfaces and VCCs. Depending on the options, this command calls BcmAtm_GetTrafficDescrTable, BcmAtm_SetTrafficDescrTable, BcmAtm_GetInterfaceCfg, BcmAtm_SetInterfaceCfg, BcmAtm_GetVccCfg, BcmAtm_SetVccCfg, BcmAtm_GetInterfaceStatistics or BcmAtm_GetVccStatistics.
OPTIONS
Options for the start command
atm start [--cqs <size>] [--pqs <size>] [--bs <size>] [--bo <offset>] [--intf <port> <type> <address>]
--cqs <size>
size – Size used to create the Free and Receive cell queues. Default value is 10.
--pqs <size>
size – Size used to create the Free and Receive packet queues. Default value is 200.
--bs <size>
size – Size of a buffer used in the Free and Receive packet queues. Default value is 1600.
--bo <offset>
offset - Offset into a receive buffer where data is to be received. Default value is 32.
--intf <port> <type> <address>
port – Port number starting at 0 to be configured.
type – adsl|loopback|utopia|tc
address – UTOPIA address. Only used if type is utopia.
More than one intf option can be specified to configure multiple ports. If no intf option is specified, the default value is "0, adsl, 0".
Options for the stop command
atm stop
Options for the operate tdte command
atm operate tdte [--add <type> [<pcr>] [<scr>] [<mbs>]] [--delete <index>] [-- show [<index>]]
--add <type> [<pcr>] [<scr>] [<mbs>]
type - ubr|ubr_pcr|cbr|rtvbr|nrtvbr
pcr – Peak Cell Rate (PCR) if type requires it
scr – Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR) if type requires it
mbs – Maximum Burst Size (MBS) if type requires it
--delete <index>
index – Traffic descriptor table entry index to delete. The show option displays the current index values.
--show [<index>]
index – Traffic descriptor table entry index to display information about.
If index is omitted, all traffic descriptor table entries are displayed.
Options for the operate intf command
atm operate intf [--state <port> <type> ] [--show [<port>]] [--stats [<port>] [reset]]
--state <port> <type>
port – Port number starting at 0 to enable or disable.
type – enable|disable
--show [<port>]
port – Port number starting at 0 to display configuration information about.
If port is omitted, configuration information is displayed for all configured ports.
--stats [<port>] [reset]
port – Port number starting at 0 to display statistics for.
reset – Resets statistics fields.
If port is omitted, statistics are displayed for all configured ports.
Options for the operate vcc command
atm operate vcc [--add <port.vpi.vci> <aal_type> <tdte_index> <encapsulation_type>] [--delete <port.vpi.vci>] [--addq <port.vpi.vci> <size> <priority> ] [--deleteq <port.vpi.vci> <size> <priority> ] [-- state <port.vpi.vci> <type> ] [--show [<port.vpi.vci>]] [--stats [<port.vpi.vci>] [reset]]
--add <port.vpi.vci> <type> <tdte_index> <encapsulation_type>
port.vpi.vci – Port number, VPI and VCI that identifies the VCC to add.
type – aal5|aal2|aal0pkt|aal0cell|aaltransparent
tdte_index - Traffic descriptor table entry index to use for this VCC.
The command, atm operate tdte –-show, displays the current index values.
encapsulation_type – vcmux_routed|vcmux_bridged8023|llcencaps|other|unknown
--delete <port.vpi.vci>
port.vpi.vci – Port number, VPI and VCI that identifies the VCC to delete.
--addq <port.vpi.vci> <size> <priority>
port.vpi.vci – Port number, VPI and VCI that identifies the VCC to add a new queue for.
Size – Size of the queue.
Priority – Priority of the queue.
--deleteq <port.vpi.vci> <size> <priority>
port.vpi.vci – Port number, VPI and VCI that identifies the VCC to delete a queue for.
size – Size of the queue.
priority – Priority of the queue.
--state <port.vpi.vci> <type>
port.vpi.vci – Port number, VPI and VCI that identifies the VCC to enable or disable.
type – enable|disable
--show [<port.vpi.vci>]
port.vpi.vci – Port number, VPI and VCI that identifies the VCC to display configuration information about.
If port.vpi.vci is omitted, configuration information is displayed for all configured VCCs.
--stats [<port.vpi.vci>] [reset]
port.vpi.vci – Port number, VPI and VCI that identifies the VCC to display statistics for.
reset – Resets statistics fields.
If port.vpi.vci is omitted, statistics are displayed for all configured VCCs.
EXIT CODES
Exit codes less than 100 are assigned by the ATM driver. Exit codes of 100 or greater are assigned by the atm utility.

ATMDRV_SUCCESS 0
ATMDRV_ERROR 1
ATMDRV_STATE_ERROR 2
ATMDRV_PARAMETER_ERROR 3
ATMDRV_ALLOC_ERROR 4
ATMDRV_RESOURCE_ERROR 5
ATMDRV_IN_USE 6
ATMDRV_VCC_DOWN 7
ATMDRV_INTERFACE_DOWN 8
ATMDRV_LINK_DOWN 9
ATMDRV_NOT_FOUND 10
ATMDRV_NOT_SUPPORTED 11
ATM_GENERAL_ERROR 100
ATM_ALLOC_ERROR 101
ATM_INVALID_COMMAND 102
ATM_INVALID_OPTION 103
ATM_INVALID_PARAMETER 104
ATM_INVALID_NUMBER_OF_OPTIONS 105
ATM_INVALID_NUMBER_OF_PARAMETERS 106

EXAMPLES
· A simple initialization.
atm start
atm operate vcc –-add 0.0.35 aal5 1 vcmux_bridged8023
· A more complex initialization.
atm start –-pqs 400 –-bo 0
atm operate tdte -–add ubr_pcr 15000
atm operate tdte –-show

index type pcr scr mbs
1 ubr 0 0 0
2 ubr_pcr 15000 0 0
·
atm operate vcc –-add 0.0.35 aal5 2 vcmux_bridged8023
· Display interface configuration (assumes that the ATM driver is started).
atm operate intf –-show

port status type
0 enabled adsl
·
· Create and display a VCC configuration (assumes that the ATM driver is started).
atm operate vcc –-add 0.0.35 aal5 1 vcmux_bridged8023 –-addq 0.0.35 64 2 –-addq 0.0.35 80 1
atm operate vcc –-add 0.0.36 aal5 1 vcmux_routed --addq 0.0.36 128 1
atm operate vcc –-show

vcc status type tdte_index q_size q_priority encapsulation
0.0.35 enabled aal5 1 64 2 vcmux_bridged8023
80 1
0.0.36 enabled aal5 1 128 1 llcencaps
·
· Display interface statistics (assumes that the ATM driver is started).
atm operate intf –-stats

interface statistics for port 0
in octets 8130336
out octets 46512
in errors 0
in unknown 0
in hec errors 0
in invalid vpi vci errors 0
in port not enable errors 0
in pti errors 0
in circuit type errors 0
in oam rm crc errors 0
in gfc errors 0
·

aal5 interface statistics for port 0
in octets 8130336
out octets 46512
in ucast pkts 5426
out ucast pkts 189
in errors 0
out errors 0
in discards 0
out discards 0
·

· Display VCC statistics (assumes that the ATM driver is started and two VCCs are configured).
atm operate vcc –-stats

aal5 vcc statistics for 0.0.35
crc errors 0
oversized sdus 0
short packet errors 0
length errors 0
·

aal5 vcc statistics for 0.0.36
crc errors 0
oversized sdus 0
short packet errors 0
length errors 0

BRCTL
NAME
brctl – bridge administration utility
SYNOPSIS
brctl [ command ]
DESCRIPTION
brctl is used to set up, maintain, and inspect the bridge configuration.
A bridge is a device commonly used to connect different networks (Ethernet, USB, 802.11x wireless network or ATM) together, so that these networks will appear as one network to the participants.
Each of the networks being connected corresponds to one physical interface (port) in the bridge. These individual networks are bundled into one bigger ('logical') network, this bigger network corresponds to the bridge network interface such as “br0”.
COMMANDS
addbr <bridge>
Creates a new instance of the bridge. The network interface corresponding to the bridge will be called <bridge> .
delbr <bridge>
Deletes the instance <bridge> of the bridge. The network interface corresponding to the bridge must be down before it can be deleted.
show <bridge>
Shows the instance of the bridge.
show
Shows all current instances of the bridge.
addif <bridge> <device>
Makes the interface <device> a port of the bridge <bridge>. This means that all frames received <device> on will be processed as if destined for the bridge <bridge>. Also, when sending frames on <bridge>, <device> will be considered as a potential output interface.
delif <bridge> <device>
Detaches the interface from the bridge <bridge> .
showmacs <bridge>
Shows a list of learned MAC addresses for this bridge.
showstp <bridge>
Shows the STP (Spanning Tree Protocol) status of this bridge.
setageing <bridge> <time>
Sets the MAC address ageing time, in seconds. After <time> seconds of not having seen a frame coming from a certain address, the bridge will time out (delete) that address from the Forwarding DataBase (fdb).
setbridgeprio <bridge> <priority>
Sets the bridge's priority to <priority>. The priority value is an unsigned 16-bit quantity (a number between 0 and 65535), and has no dimension. Lower priority values are 'better'. The bridge with the lowest priority will be elected 'root bridge'.
setfd <bridge> <time>
Sets the bridge's 'bridge forward delay' to <time> seconds.
setgcint <bridge> <time>
Sets the garbage collection interval for the bridge <bridge> to <time> seconds. This means that the bridge will check the forwarding database for timed out entries every <time> seconds.
sethello <bridge> <time>
Sets the bridge's 'bridge hello time' to <time> seconds.
setmaxage <bridge> <time>
Sets the bridge's 'maximum message age' to <time> seconds.
setpathcost <bridge> <port> <cost>
Sets the port cost of the port <port> to <cost>. This is a dimensionless metric.
setportprio <bridge> <port> <prio>
Sets the port <port>'s priority to <priority>. The priority value is an unsigned 8-bit quantity (a number between 0 and 255), and has no dimension. This metric is used in the designated port and root port selection algorithms.
stp <bridge> <state>
Controls this bridge instance's participation in the spanning tree protocol. If is "on" or "yes" the STP will be turned on, otherwise it will be turned off. When turned off, the bridge will not send or receive BPDUs, and will thus not participate in the spanning tree protocol. If your bridge isn't the only bridge on the LAN, or if there are loops in the LAN's topology, DO NOT turn this option off. If you turn this option off, please know what you are doing.
OPTIONS
None.
EXAMPLES
· Display all the learned MAC addresses on br0
brctl showmacs br0
· Set the ageing timer value to be 400 seconds on br0
brctl setageing br0 400
· Turn off STP brctl stp br0 off

CAT
NAME
cat – concatenates FILE(s) and prints them to standard output
SYNOPSIS
cat [FILE] ...
DESCRIPTION
Concatenates FILE(s) and prints them to standard output
COMMANDS
None.
OPTIONS
None.
EXAMPLES
Display system memory information.
cat /proc/meminfo

DEFAULTGATEWAY
NAME
defaultgateway – configure or show the default gateway or default route
SYNOPSIS
defaultgateway config auto
defaultgateway config static [<ipaddress>] [<interface>]
defaultgateway show
defaultgateway --help
DESCRIPTION
The primary use of defaultgateway command is to set up a static default gateway or default route, or to retrieve the default gateway information automatically from remote ISPs through DHCP protocol for a MER interface or through PPP protocol for a PPPoA or PPPoE interface. A PPPoA or PPPoE interface will always retrieve remote gateway information automatically. This command will save configuration to the Permanent Storage.
If the default gateway is configured with static data, it will override any remote gateway address received automatically from some WAN interface and become effective immediately in the runtime system. Ipaddress is optional if the default route is en route a PPPoE, PPPoA or IPoA interface. If the default gateway is en route a MER interface, ipaddress must be configured and the interface parameter is optional. If there is only one IPoA WAN interface, you must configure static default gateway or default route since IPoA does not support DHCP.
If the default gateway is configured with the "auto" option, the system needs to be rebooted before it can take effect. If there are multiple WAN interfaces with DHCP or PPP enabled, multiple remote gateway addresses may be received and the first received will be chosen to be the default gateway.
OPTIONS
ipaddress
the IP address of the default gateway in dotted decimal.
interface
force the default gateway to be associated with the specified device, as the kernel will otherwise try to determine the device on its own by checking already existing routes and devices.
EXAMPLES
· Enable the system to retrieve the default gateway information automatically from the remote dhcp server when system starts. The system needs to be rebooted for modified configuration to take effect.
defaultgateway config auto
· Set up a static default gateway to 10.6.33.125. It should be effective right away and is saved to Permanent Storage on the flash memory.
defaultgateway config 10.6.33.125

DF
NAME
df – print the filesystem used space and available space
SYNOPSIS
df [OPTION]... [FILESYSTEM]...
DESCRIPTION
df displays the amount of disk space available on the file system of each filesystem name argument. If no file system name is given, the space available on all currently mounted filesystems is shown. Disk space is shown in 1 kb blocks by default.
COMMANDS
None.
OPTIONS
-h print sizes in human readable format (e.g., 1K 243M 2G )
-m print sizes in megabytes
-k print sizes in kilobytes (default)
EXAMPLES
· Display the space available on all the mounted file systems
Df
· Display the space available on the flash root file system
df /dev/mtdblock0
DHCPSERVER
NAME
dhcpserver – allow a user to configure, or show the DHCP Server data
SYNOPSIS
dhcpserver config <start IP address> <end IP address> leased time (hour)>
dhcpserver show
dhcpserver --help
DESCRIPTION
dhcpserver is used to configure, or show the DHCP server data. This utility can:
· configure the DHCP server on the primary LAN interface.
· show the DHCP server configuration data.
· display usage.
All information is displayed to stdout. A program or shell script that calls this utility can redirect stdout to a file and then parse the file in order to interpret the displayed output.
COMMANDS
config
configure the DHCP server with the given data. Notice: the command saves the configuration data to the flash but does not take effect until the system is rebooted.
show
show the DHCP server configuration data.
--help
display usage.
OPTIONS
Options for the config command
dhcpserver config <start IP address> <end IP address> <leased time (hour)>.
<start IP address>
The IP address of the first address in the range. The value of range start must be less than or equal to the value of range end.
Valid values: any valid IP address.
Default value: 192.168.1.2.
<end IP address>
The IP address of the last address in the range. The value of range end must be greter than or equal to the value of range start.
Valid values: any valid IP address.
Default value: 192.168.1.254.
<leased time (hour)>
The lease period for which the server assigns an IP address to the client in case the client does not request for the specific lease period itself.
Valid values: 0 - 8760.
Default value: 24 hours (this equals a day).
Options for the show command
dhcpserver show
Options for the --help command
dhcpserver --help
EXAMPLES
· Configure DHCP server. dhcpserver config 192.168.1.2 192.168.1.254 24
· Display DHCP server configuration data.

dhcpserver show

start 192.168.1.2
end 192.168.1.254
interface br0
option lease 86400
option min_lease 30
option subnet 255.255.255.0
option router 192.168.1.1
option dns 192.168.1.1
· Display usage.

Dhcpserver --help

Usage: dhcpserver config <start IP address> <end IP address> <leased time (hour)>
dhcpserver show
dhcpserver –help

DLTFTP
NAME
dltftp – allow a user to download a binary image from a TFTP server to the DSL router using TFTP protocol
SYNOPSIS
dltftp
DESCRIPTION
Download a binary image from a TFTP server to the DSL router using TFTP protocol.
OPTIONS
dltftp <ftp_server_ip_address> <file_name>
<ftp_server_ip_address>
The IP address of the TFTP server from which the file is to be downloaded.
Valid values: any valid IP address.
<file_name>
The name of the binary file to be downloaed. The filename contains the complete path in the TFPT server. The file must be a valid image file for the DSL router.
Valid values: String of up to 128 characters.
EXAMPLES
· A simple TFTP download setup.
dltftp 192.168.1.2 bcm96345R_fs_kernel

DNSRELAY
NAME
dnsrelay – allow a user to configure or show the DNS relay data
SYNOPSIS
dnsrelay config auto
dnsrelay config static <primary DNS> [<secondary DNS>]
dnsrelay show
dnsrelay --help
DESCRIPTION
dnsrelay is used to configure, or show the DNS relay data. This utility can:
· configure the DNS relay with the given data.
· show the DNS relay configuration data.
· display usage.
All information is displayed to stdout. A program or shell script that calls this utility can redirect stdout to a file and then parse the file in order to interpret the displayed output.
COMMANDS
config
configure the DNS relay with the given data. Notice: the command only saves the configuration data to the flash, and does not take effect until the system is rebooted.
show
show the DNS relay configuration data.
--help
display usage.
OPTIONS
Options for the config auto command
dnsrelay config auto
Options for the config static command
dnsrelay config static <primary DNS> [<secondary DNS>]
<primary DNS>
The IP address of the primary DNS server.
Valid values: any valid IP address.
[<secondary DNS>]
The IP address of the secondary DNS server. It’s optional and can be omitted.
Valid values: any valid IP address.
Options for the show command
dnsrelay show
Options for the --help command
dnsrelay –help
EXAMPLES
· An auto DNS configuration.
dnsrelay config auto
· A static DNS configuration without secondary DNS.
dnsrelay config static 10.6.33.1
· A static DNS configuration with secondary DNS.
dnsrelay config static 10.6.33.1 10.6.33.2
· Display DNS relay configuration data.
dnsrelay show
Primary 10.6.33.1
Secondary 10.6.33.2
· Display usage.
dnsrelay --help

Usage: dnsrelay config auto

Usage: dnsrelay config static <primary DNS> [<secondary DNS>]
dnsrelay show
dnsrelay --help

ECHO
NAME
echo – display a line of text or an environment variable’s value
SYNOPSIS
echo [OPTION]... [STRING]...
DESCRIPTION
echo displays a line of text, or an environment variable’s value. Notice that “ls” command is not supported in the CLI. Echo can be used to display files and subdirectories using wildcard ‘*’.
COMMANDS
None.
OPTIONS
-n suppress trailing newline -e interpret backslash-escaped characters (i.e., \t=tab) -E disable interpretation of backslash-escaped characters
EXAMPLES
· Display a string
echo “Hello, world”
· Display the vaule of the environment variable $TERM
echo $TERM
· Display all files or subdirectories
echo /etc/*
echo *
echo /var/*

HELP
NAME
help – list all of available CLI commands that the DSL router supports
SYNOPSIS
Help | ?
DESCRIPTION
list all of available CLI commands that the DSL router supports.
OPTIONS
None
EXAMPLES
· An example is shown.
?
help
logout
reboot
adsl
atm
brctl
cat
df
dltftp
echo
ifconfig
kill
arp
defaultgateway
dhcpserver
dnsrelay
lan
passwd
ppp
remoteaccess
restoredefault
route
save
swversion
wan
ping
ps
pwd
sysinfo
traceroute

IFCONFIG
NAME
ifconfig – configure a network interface
SYNOPSIS
ifconfig [interface] ifconfig interface [aftype] options | address ...
DESCRIPTION
Ifconfig is used to configure the kernel-resident network interfaces. It is used at boot time to set up interfaces as necessary. After that, it is usually only needed when debugging or when system tuning is needed.
If no arguments are given, ifconfig displays the status of the currently active interfaces. If a single interface argument is given, it displays the status of the given interface only; if a single -a argument is given, it displays the status of all interfaces, even those that are down. Otherwise, it configures an interface.
COMMANDS
None.
OPTIONS
interface
The name of the interface. This is usually a driver name followed by a unit number, for example eth0 for the first Ethernet interface.
address
The IP address to be assigned to this interface.
up
This flag causes the interface to be activated. It is implicitly specified if an address is assigned to the interface.
down
This flag causes the driver for this interface to be shut down.
[-]arp
Enable or disable the use of the ARP protocol on this interface.
[-]promisc
Enable or disable the promiscuous mode of the interface. If selected, all packets on the network will be received by the interface.
[-]allmulti
Enable or disable all-multicast mode. If selected, all multicast packets on the network will be received by the interface.
metric N
This parameter sets the interface metric.
mtu N
This parameter sets the Maximum Transfer Unit (MTU) of an interface.
dstaddr addr
Set the remote IP address for a point-to-point link (such as PPP). This keyword is now obsolete; use the pointopoint keyword instead.
netmask addr
Set the IP network mask for this interface. This value defaults to the usual class A, B or C network mask (as derived from the interface IP address), but it can be set to any value.
irq addr
Set the interrupt line used by this device. Not all devices can dynamically change their IRQ setting.
io_addr addr
Set the start address in I/O space for this device.
mem_start addr
Set the start address for shared memory used by this device. Only a few devices need this.
[-]broadcast [addr]
If the address argument is given, set the protocol broadcast address for this interface. Otherwise, set (or clear) the IFF_BROADCAST flag for the interface.
[-]pointopoint [addr]
This keyword enables the point-to-point mode of an interface, meaning that it is a direct link between two machines with nobody else listening on it. If the address argument is also given, set the protocol address of the other side of the link, just like the obsolete dstaddr keyword does. Otherwise, set or clear the IFF_POINTOPOINT flag for the interface.
[-]trailers
Set or clear the IFF_NOTRAILERS flag for the interface.
[-]dynamic
Set or clear the IFF_DYNAMIC flag for the interface.
hw class address
Set the hardware address of this interface, if the device driver supports this operation. The keyword must be followed by the name of the hardware class and the printable ASCII equivalent of the hardware address. Hardware classes currently supported include ether (Ethernet) only.
multicast
Set the multicast flag on the interface. This should not normally be needed as the drivers set the flag correctly themselves.
outfill N
This parameter sets the interface outfill timeout.
keepalive N
This parameter sets the interface keepalive timeout.
txqueuelen length
Set the length of the transmit queue of the device. It is useful to set this to small values for slower devices with a high latency (modem links, ISDN) to prevent fast bulk transfers from disturbing interactive traffic like telnet too much.
EXAMPLES
· Display all the active interfaces
ifconfig
· Set interface eth0’s IP address to be 192.168.1.1, netmask to be 255.255.255.0
ifconfig eth0 192.168.1.1 netmask 255.255.255.0

KILL
NAME
kill – send a signal to the specified process(es)
SYNOPSIS
kill [ -signal ] pid ...
kill -l [ signal ]
DESCRIPTION
kill sends the specified signal to the specified process or process group. If no signal is specified, the TERM signal is sent. The TERM signal will kill processes which do not catch this signal. For other processes, it may be necessary to use the KILL (9) signal, since this signal cannot be caught.
COMMANDS
None.
OPTIONS

pid... Specify the list of processes that kill should signal.
-signal given as a signal name or number.
-l List all signal names and numbers.

EXAMPLES
· Terminate the process with pid 120
kill 120
· Send KILL signal to the process with pid 120
kill –SIGKILL 120
· List all signal names and numbers
kill -l

LAN
NAME
lan – allow a user to configure the IP layer for the LAN interfaces
SYNOPSIS
lan config [--ipaddr <primary|secondary> <IP address> <subnet mask> ] [--dhcpserver <enable|disable>]
lan delete –ipaddr <primary|secondary>
lan show [<primary|secondary> ]
lan --help
DESCRIPTION
Lan is used to configure the IP layer data for the primary and secondary LAN interfaces. A LAN interface is a logic interface toward IP stack from the Bridge module. Both primary and secondary LAN interfaces share the same MAC address from the physical Ethernet port. This utility can:
· Configure the IP address and subnet mask for the primary LAN interface. It can be either a private or a public IP address.
· Configure the IP address and subnet mask for the secondary LAN interface. NAT is not supported on the secondary LAN interface. Only public IP address is allowed.
· Enable or disable the DHCP server on the primary LAN interface. DHCP server is not supported on the secondary LAN interface.
· Display configuration data for the primary and secondary LAN interfaces.
· Display usage.
All information is displayed to stdout. A program or shell script that calls this utility can redirect stdout to a file and then parse the file in order to interpret the displayed output.
COMMANDS
config
configure IP layer for the primary or secondary LAN interface.
delete
delete the primary or secondary LAN interface configuration.
show
show configuration data for the primary and secondary LAN interfaces. --help display usage.
OPTIONS
Options for the config command
lan config [--ipaddr <primary|secondary> <IP address> <subnet mask> ] [--dhcpserver <enable|disable>]
--ipaddr <primary|secondary> <IP address> <subnet mask>
primary|secondary – specify which LAN interface will be configured.
Valid values: primary or secondary.
IP address - The IP address of the LAN interface.
Valid values: any valid IP address.
Default value: 192.168.1.1.
Subnet mask – The subnet mask of the LAN interface.
Valid values: 0.0.0.1 - 255.255.255.255.
Default value: 255.255.255.0
--dhcpserver <enable|disable>
enable|disable – specify DHCP server should be enabled or disabled. This option is only valid for the primary LAN interface.
Valid values: enable or disable.
Default value is enable for the primary LAN interface.
Options for the delete command
lan delete --ipaddr <primary|secondary>
--ipaddr <primary|secondary>
primary|secondary – specify which LAN interface will be deleted.
Valid values: primary or secondary.
Options for the show command
lan show [<primary|secondary> ]
primary|secondary – specify which LAN interface will be shown.
Valid values: primary or secondary.
If it is omitted, all LAN interfaces are displayed.
Options for the --help command
lan --help
EXAMPLES
· Configure a primary LAN interface.
lan config –ipaddr primary 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0
· Remove a secondary LAN interface.
lan delete –ipaddr secondary
· Display all LAN interfaces.
lan show

br0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 02:10:18:01:00:01
inet addr:192.168.1.1 Bcast:192.168.1.255 Mask:255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:42083 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:107786 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:0
RX bytes:7412118 (7.0 MiB) TX bytes:34445874 (32.8 MiB)

br0:0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 02:10:18:01:00:01
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
·
· Display usage.
lan –help

Usage: lan config [--ipaddr <primary|secondary> <IP address> <subnet mask>]
[--dhcpserver <enable|disable>]
lan delete --ipaddr <primary|secondary>
lan show [<primary|secondary> ]
lan –help
·

LOGOUT
NAME
logout – log out current user console
SYNOPSIS
logout
DESCRIPTION
logout is used to log out current user console. After logout command is executed, a bye bye message appears. Hit return to see a new Login prompt.
EXAMPLES
· Logout user admin.
Login: admin
Password:
> logout
Bye bye. Have a nice day!!!
Login:

PASSWD
NAME
passwd – allow a user to change password
SYNOPSIS
passwd <admin|support|user><password>
DESCRIPTION
passwd is a CLI command used to change password for user account admin, support or user.
EXAMPLES
· Change password for user admin to guest1.
> passwd admin guest1

PING
NAME
ping – send ICMP echo requests to target host
SYNOPSIS
Ping [-c <count>] [-s <size>] host
DESCRIPTION
Ping sends out ICMP echo requests over the ICMP protocol to a host on the network. The default number of the ICMP echo request packets ping sends out is four. To continually send out packets without stop, use "-c 0" option.
OPTIONS
count
The number of ICMP echo request packets ping command will send out.
size
force the ping to send out ICMP echo request packets with this number of data bytes.
Host
The name or ip address of the target host.
EXAMPLES
Ping -c 8 192.168.0.5
Send eight ICMP echo requests to 192.168.0.5.

ppp
NAME
ppp – allow a user to bring up or bring down a ppp connection
SYNOPSIS
ppp config <port.vpi.vci> up|down
DESCRIPTION
ppp is used to control the ppp interfaces. Ppp command brings up the ppp connection with "up" option, and brings down the connection with "down" option. For ppp connection in on-demand mode, in addition to the "up" option, traffic to the ppp interface needs to be initiated to bring the connection up.
<port.vpi.vci>
Port number, VPI and VCI that identifies the VCC where the ppp connection is established.
EXAMPLES
· Bring down the ppp connection on the 0.0.35 VCC.
ppp config 0.0.35 down

PS
NAME
ps – report process status
SYNOPSIS
ps
DESCRIPTION
ps gives a snapshot of the current processes. The output consists of six columns:

PID The process ID
TTY The terminal device the process attaches to, such as /dev/ttyp0
Uid The user ID of the process owner
Size The amount of virtual memory taken by the process (kilobytes)
State The state of the process. (S-Sleeping, R-Running, W-Waiting)
Command The command that launches the process

COMMANDS
None.
OPTIONS
None.
EXAMPLES
· Report process status
ps

PWD
NAME
pwd – print name of current working directory
SYNOPSIS
pwd
DESCRIPTION
pwd is a CLI command used to display name of current working directory.
EXAMPLES
· To see current working directory.
>pwd
/

REBOOT
NAME
reboot – reboot the system
SYNOPSIS
reboot
DESCRIPTION
Reboot the system.
COMMANDS
None.
OPTIONS
None.
EXAMPLES
· Reboot the system
reboot

REMOTEACCESS
NAME
remoteaccess – allow certain protocols to access the modem from the WAN side
SYNOPSIS

Usage: remoteaccess <enable|disable>
remoteaccess show
remoteaccess --help
DESCRIPTION
Remoteaccess sets security level to allow or disallow remote access into the route using telnet, http, snmp or ping from the WAN side. The options are enable, disable and show.
EXAMPLES
· Show current remote access mode.
>remoteaccess show
remote access is disabled
· Enable remote access.
> remoteaccess enable
· Disable remote access.
>remoteaccess disable

RESTOREDEFAULT
NAME
restoredefault – restore modem configuration to factory defaults
SYNOPSIS
restoredefault
DESCRIPTION
restoredefault is a CLI command used to erase all configurations made by user, and restore the modem back to factory default configuration. Once this command is executed, modem reboots automatically with default configuration.
EXAMPLES
· Restore configuration to factory defaults.
>restoredefault

ROUTE
NAME
route – show / manipulate the IP routing table
SYNOPSIS
route add <ipaddress> <subnetmask> <[<gateway>] [<interface>]>
route delete <ipaddress> <subnetmask>
route show
route --help
DESCRIPTION
route manipulates the IP routing table. Its primary use is to set up static routes to specific hosts or networks via an interface.
When the add or delete options are used, route modifies the routing tables. Show option displays the current contents of the routing tables.
Note default gateway route should use another “defaultgateway” command. If 0.0.0.0 is entered using route add command, it is treated the same as a static default gateway where a subnetmask must be entered.
COMMANDS
add
add a new route entry
delete
delete a route entry
show
show current content of routing table including static and dynamic route entries
OPTIONS
ipaddress
the destination network or host IP address in dotted decimal notation.
subnetmask
when adding a network route, the netmask must be specified. Target address must have zero matching with the zero portion in NM. Otherwise, command will fail and display message “netmask doesn't match route address”
gateway
route packets via a gateway.
NOTE: The specified gateway must be reachable first. This usually means that you have to set up a static route to the gateway beforehand. If you specify the address of one of your local interfaces, it will be used to decide about the interface to which the packets should be routed to.
interface
force the route to be associated with the specified device, as the kernel will otherwise try to determine the device on its own by checking already existing routes and devices.
EXAMPLES
· add a route to the network 192.56.76.x via "br0" interface.
route add 192.56.76.0 255.255.255.0 br0
· add route to the gateway 10.6.33.129 for network 192.57.66.x.
route add 192.57.66.0 255.255.255.0 10.6.33.129
OUTPUT
The output of the kernel routing table is organized in the following columns
Destination
The destination network or destination host.
Gateway
The gateway address or * if none set.
Genmask
The netmask for the destination net; 255.255.255.255 for a host destination and 0.0.0.0 for the default route.
Flags Possible flags include
U (route is up)
H (target is a host)
G (use gateway)
R (reinstate route for dynamic routing)
D (dynamically installed by daemon or redirect)
M (modified from routing daemon or redirect)
FILES
/proc/net/route /proc/net/rt_cache

SAVE
NAME
save – save current configuration to Permanent Storage on the flash memory
SYNOPSIS
save
DESCRIPTION
save is a CLI command used to save current configuration to flash.
EXAMPLES
· Save all current configuration to flash. >save

SWVERSION
NAME
swversion – display current running software version
SYNOPSIS
swversion show
DESCRIPTION
swversion is a CLI command used to view the current running software version.
EXAMPLES
· Display current software version.
> swversion show
2.12L.01.a0_23a

SYSINFO
NAME
sysinfo – display the general system information
SYNOPSIS
sysinfo
DESCRIPTION
sysinfo displays the number of processes in the system, system time, system uptime, the average system load in the past 1, 5 and 15 minutes, and the system memory consumption. The figures in the memory consumption table are in 1kb unit.
COMMANDS
None.
OPTIONS
None.
EXAMPLES
· Display the system information
sysinfo

TOP
NAME
top – display the system and processes information periodically
SYNOPSIS
top [-d <seconds>]
DESCRIPTION
top provides an view of processor activity and system information in real time. This utility reads the status for all processes in /proc each and shows the status for however many processes will fit on the screen. This utility will not show processes that are started after program startup, but it will show the EXIT status for and PIDs that exit while it is running. Typing ‘q’ or CTRL+C will stop top
. COMMANDS
None.
OPTIONS
-d <seconds> setup the information update time interval
EXAMPLES
· Display the system and process information every 5 seconds
top –d 5

TRACEROUTE
NAME
traceroute – print the route packets take to network host SYNOPSIS traceroute [-dnrv] [-m max_ttl] [-p port#] [-q nqueries] [-s src_addr] [-t tos] [-w wait] host [data size]
DESCRIPTION
Traceroute utilizes the IP protocol `time to live' field and attempts to elicit an ICMP TIME_EXCEEDED response from each gateway along the path to some host.
COMMANDS
None.
OPTIONS

-d set SO_DEBUG options to socket
-d Print hop addresses numerically rather than symbolically
-r Bypass the normal routing tables and send directly to a host
-v Verbose output
-m max_ttl Set the max time-to-live (max number of hops)
-p port# Set the base UDP port number used in probes
(default is 33434)
-q nqueries Set the number of probes per ``ttl'' to nqueries
(default is 3)
-s src_addr Use the following IP address as the source address
-t tos Set the type-of-service in probe packets to the following value
(default 0)
-w wait Set the time (in seconds) to wait for a response to a probe
(default 3 sec.)

EXAMPLES
· Trace the route to www.yahoo.com traceroute
www.yahoo.com

WAN
NAME
wan – allow a user to configure the WAN interfaces for the DSL router
SYNOPSIS
wan config
[--protocol <bridge|pppoe|pppoa|mer|ipoa>] [--encap <llc|vcmux>]
[--state <enable|diasble> ] [--service <servicename>]
[--firewall <enable|diasble>] [--nat <enable|diasble>]
[--username <username> --password <password>]
[--pppidletimeout <timeout>] [--pppipextension <disable|enable> ]
[--ipaddr <wanipaddress> <wansubnetmask>]
[--dhcpclient <enable|disable>]
wan delete <port.vpi.vci>
wan show [port.vpi.vci>]
wan --help <bridge|pppoe|pppoa|mer|ipoa>
DESCRIPTION
wan is used to configure the networking protocols for each WAN interface. Currently each WAN interface occupies one ATM PVC. It does not support multiple PPPoE sessions on one ATM PVC. Before using this command, the ATM PVC of which the WAN interface is based on, must be configured first by using the atm command. This command can:
· configure the protocol, encapsulation mode over ATM PVC, state, service name for each WAN interface.
· configure the username, password, idle timeout, and PPP IP extension for a PPPoE or a PPPoA interface.
· configure the IP address and subnet mask for a MER or a IPoA interface.
· enabling NAT or firewall for a MER or IPoA interface.
· enable or disable the DHCP client for a MER interface.
· delete the existed WAN interface (it will not delete the ATM PVC).
· show ATM PVC and WAN interface summary data and status.
· display usage for WAN interface.
All information is displayed to stdout. A program or shell script that calls this utility can redirect stdout to a file and then parse the file in order to interpret the displayed output. Note that special characters are supported in all options of character string type.
COMMANDS
config
configure the WAN interface for the DSL router. Notice: the command only saves the configuration data to the flash, and does not take effect until the system is rebooted.
delete
remove the existed WAN interface. Notice: the command only saves the configuration data to the flash, and does not take effect until the system is rebooted.
show
show ATM PVC VPI/VCI, service category, WAN interface service name, WAN interface name, WAN protocol, WAN interface service state, WAN interface up/down status, and WAN IP address.
--help
display usage for WAN interface.
OPTIONS
Options for the config command
wan config <port.vpi.vci>
[--protocol <bridge|pppoe|pppoa|mer|ipoa>] [--encap <llc|vcmux>]
[--state <enable|disable>] [--service <servicename>]
[--firewall <enable|disable>] [--nat <enable|disable>]
[--username <username> --password <password>]
[--pppidletimeout <timeout>] [--pppipextension <enable|disable>]
[--ipaddr <wanipaddress> <wansubnetmask>]
[--dhcpclient <enable|disable>]
<port.vpi.vci>
port: port number of the ATM VCC to add.
Valid values: 0.
vpi: VPI of the VCC to add.
Valid values: 0 - 255.
Default value: 0
Vci: VCI of the VCC to add.
Valid values: 32 - 65535.
Default value: 35.
--protocol <bridge|pppoe|pppoa|mer|ipoa>
The protocol of the WAN interface.
Valid values: bridge, pppoe, pppoa, mer, or ipoa.
Default value: bridge.
--encap <llc|vcmux>
The encapsulation type over the ATM PVC.
Valid values: llc or vcmux.
llc -
For mer, pppoe or bridge, it’s RFC2684 bridged encapsulation
For pppoa, it’s RFC2364 LLC/NLPID encapsulation
Vcmux - RFC2684 VC-MUX (null encapsulation).
Default value:
llc for bridge, pppoe, mer, or ipoa.
Vcmux for pppoa.
--state <enable|disable>
The service state of the WAN interface.
Valid values: enable or disable.
Default value: enable.
--service <servicename>
The service name of the WAN interface.
Valid values: strings of 32 characters.
Default value: __.
--firewall <enable|disable>
The firewall state of the MER or IPoA interface.
Notice that firewall is always enabled on a PPPoE or a PPPoA interface.
Valid values: enable or disable.
Default value: enable.
--nat <enable|disable>
The NAT state of the MER or IPoA interface.
Notice that NAT is always enabled on a PPPoE or a PPPoA interface.
Valid values: enable or disable.
Default value: enable.
--username <username>
The login name of the PPPoE or PPPoA interface.
This option is only applied to a PPPoE or PPPoA interface.
The -–password option is also needed when this option is used.
Valid values: string of 32 characters.
--password <password>
The password of the PPPoE or PPPoA interface.
This option is only applied to a PPPoE or PPPoA interface.
The -–username option is also needed when this option is used.
Valid values: string of 256 characters.
--pppidletimeout <timeout>
The PPP timeout of a PPPoE or PPPoA interface.
This option is only applied to a PPPoE or PPPoA interface.
Valid values: 0 – 1090 (minutes).
0: PPP connection is always-on.
Greater than 0: WAN traffic will be monitored and PPP connection will be torn down when there is no user data activity over the WAN interface for more than this idle time period.
Default value: 30 minutes.
--pppipextension <enable|disable>
The PPP IP extension mode of a PPPoE or PPPoA interface.
This option is only applied to a PPPoE or PPPoA interface.
Valid values: disable or enable.
Default value: disable.
--ipaddr <wanipaddress> <wansubnetmask>
The WAN IP address and WAN subnet mask of a MER or IPoA interface.
This option should only be used for a MER or IPoA interface. PPPoE and PPPoA interface always receives the IP address, submask and DNS addresses automatically from the ISP through the PPP protocol. If this option is used and the dhcpclient value is “enable”, DHCP client will be disabled on this interface. In general principle, static configuration overwrites dynamically assigned data.
<wanipaddress> - the WAN IP address.
Valid values: any valid IP address.
<wansubnetmask> - the WAN subnet mask.
Valid values: 0.0.0.1 - 255.255.255.255.
--dhcpclient <enable|disable>
The DHCP client state of the MER interface. This option is only valid to a MER interface. DHCP client is not supported over any other type of WAN interface.
Valid values: enable or disable.
Default value: enable.
Options for the delete command
wan delete <port.vpi.vci>
<port.vpi.vci>
port: port number of the VCC to add.
Valid values: 0.
vpi: VPI of the VCC to add.
Valid values: 0 - 255.
Default value: 0
vci: VCI of the VCC to add.
Valid values: 32 - 65535.
Default value: 35.
Options for the show command
wan show [<port.vpi.vci>]
<port.vpi.vci>
port: port number of the VCC to add.
Valid values: 0.
vpi: VPI of the VCC to add.
Valid values: 0 - 255.
Default value: 0
vci: VCI of the VCC to add.
Valid values: 32 - 65535.
Default value: 35
If <port.vpi.vci> is obmitted then it will display summary state of all existing WAN interfaces. Notice, configuration needs to be saved to the Permanent Storage first and then become effective after reboot. The wan show command shows the WAN interfaces after reboot, the second stage.
Options for the --help command
wan –help [<bridge|pppoe|pppoa|mer|ipoa>]
<bridge|pppoe|pppoa|mer|ipoa>
Display only valid options for the specified protocol.
If it is obmitted then the help for all protocols is diplayed.
EXAMPLES
· Configure a PPPoE interface
wan config 0.0.35 –-protocol pppoe -–username username –-password password –-encap llc
· Configure a PPPoA interface
wan config 0.0.36 –-protocol pppoa -–username username –-password password –-encap vcmux
· Configure a MER configuration using DHCP client
wan config 0.0.37 –-protocol mer –-encap llc
· Configure a MER configuration using static WAN address
wan config 0.0.37 –-protocol mer –-encap llc –-ipaddr 10.6.33.163 255.255.255.0
· Configure a IPoA configuration without fireware, without NAT
wan config 0.0.40 –-protocol ipoa –-encap llc –-firewall disable –-nat disable –-ipaddr 10.6.33.227 255.255.255.0
· Configure a bridge configuration
wan config 0.2.35
· Remove a WAN interface
wan delete 0.2.35
· Display all WAN interfaces
wan show

VCC Catego. Service Name Intf. Name Proto. State Status IP address
============================================================================
0.0.35 UBR pppoe_0_35 ppp33 PPPoE Enable Up 10.6.33.143
0.0.36 UBR pppoa_0_36 ppp42 PPPoA Enable Up 10.6.33.152
0.0.37 UBR mer_0_37 nas27 MER Enable Up 10.6.33.193
0.0.40 UBR ipoa_0_40 atm52 IPoA Enable Up 10.6.33.227
============================================================================
· Display usage for all protocols

wan –help

Usage: wan config <port.vpi.vci>
[--protocol <bridge|pppoe|pppoa|mer|ipoa>] [--encap <llc|vcmux>]
[--state <enable|disable>] [--service <servicename>]
[--firewall <enable|disable>] [--nat <enable|disable>]
[--username <username> --password <password>]
[--pppidletimeout <timeout>] [--pppipextension <disable|enable>]
[--ipaddr <wanipaddress> <wansubnetmask>
[dhcpclient <enable|disable>]
wan delete <port.vpi.vci>
wan show [<port.vpi.vci>]
wan --help <bridge|pppoe|pppoa|mer|ipoa>
· Display usage for bridge

wan –help bridge

Usage: wan config <port.vpi.vci>
[--protocol <bridge|pppoe|pppoa|mer|ipoa>] [--encap <llc|vcmux>]
[--state <enable|disable>] [--service <servicename>]
wan delete <port.vpi.vci>
wan show [<port.vpi.vci>]
wan --help <bridge|pppoe|pppoa|mer|ipoa>
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BeitragVerfasst am: 01.09.2006, 03:07    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

amatt hat Folgendes geschrieben:

Wenn im DMT nun zum Beispiel Downstream SNR 6.5dB steht dann bezieht sie das immer auf 1kbps.


sorry, muss mich da selbst korrigieren. Das stimmt so nicht Lachen

Der SNR "Einzelwert" bezieht sie immer auf die gesamte Bitrate !

Beispiel: SNR Downstream 6.5dB ; ausgehandelte Datenrate Downstream 8000kbps
Der SNR von 6.5dB ist ein Mittelwert und bezieht sich auf die Übertragung von (in dem Fall) 8.000.000 Bits pro Sekunde.
Oder anders ausgedrückt:
Die 8.000.000 Bits werden innerhalb einer Sekunde durchschnittlich mit einem Signal-Rausch-Abstand (Qualität)
von 6.5dB übertragen. (Qualität = der SNR wird anscheinend aus der Bitfehlerrate ermittelt)
Ich kam da ein bisschen in schleudern weil beim Siemens SL2 die Ausgabe des SNR (per Tone) sich auf 1000Bits pro Sekunde bezogen hat. Im Gegensatz zum Speedtouch das die aufmodulierten Bits auf dem Tone berücksichtigt.
Beim Speedtouch geht nämlich der SNR Wert per Tone runter wenn mehr Bits auf dem Tone sind.
Beim Siemens SL2 bleibt der Wert gleich. Egal wieviel Bits auf dem Tone übertragen werden.

Alles in allem kann man wohl sagen das SNR in dB nicht gleich SNR in dB ist. Es kommt immer darauf an worauf er sich bezieht.
Problem: dies steht meistens nie mit dabei. Smilie

Beispiel:
Nach meinen Berechnungen ist die Ausgabe bei der FritzBox (Spektrum) der SNR in dB per Tone bezogen auf die Übertragung von 1000Bits/Sekunde. Diese Ausgabe hat den Vorteil das man mehrere Leitungen unabhängig von der Connect-Rate miteinander vergleichen kann.

Der "Einzelwert" SNR in der Übersicht entspricht dagegen dem gängigen Mittelwert-Meßverfahren für die Übertragung
der Gesamtbitrate und ist mit jedem Modem vergleichbar.
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