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LTP-8X, LTP-4X optical line terminals

LTP-X CLI
Firmware version 3.38.2 (20.05.2020)

Notes and warnings

Notes contain important information, tips or recommendations on device operation and setup.

Warnings are used to inform the user about harmful situations for the device and the user alike, which could cause malfunction or data loss.

Configuring the device via CLI (Command Line Interface)

This chapter contains the commands that are used to manage the device via the command line interface.

Command Line Interface (CLI) allows to perform the device management and monitor its operation and status. You will require the PC application supporting Telnet or SSH protocol operation or direct connection via the console port (e.g. HyperTerminal).

The methods of connection are described in the chapter Connecting to the CLI of the LTP-X User Guide.

To simplify the use of the command line, the interface supports automatic command completion. This function is activated when the command is incomplete and the <Tab> character is entered.

Another function that helps to use the command line – context help. At any stage of entering a command, you can get a prompt about the following command elements by entering <?> character.

For the convenience of managing the device via a command line, the do command is used, which allows you to execute global level commands (ROOT) when you are at other levels of the command interface.

CLI commands list. Global mode

The command system of the LTP-8X command line interface is divided into view sections.

Figure 1 shows the main sections as well as the transition between them.

Figure 1 – CLI main sections

The Top view includes general commands, which refer to the device in general. E.g. view terminal parameters, firmware update, reboot, etc. The Switch configure view is a group of switch-related commands: VLAN, GE interfaces, LACP, etc. The Configure view is a list of terminal configuration commands. E.g. user management, services configuration, GPON interface and ONT configuration, profile configuration, etc. The ACS view contains commands for operation with the built-in Device Autoconfiguration Server (ACS).

Figure 2 – Switch view hierarchy

Figure 3 – Configure view hierarchy

Figure 3 shows the Configure view, which consists of four parts. The GPON-port view is used to configure GPON interfaces. The ONT view is used to configure the ONT. ONT configuration templates are modified in the ONT template view. The profile part of the terminal configuration is configured in the Profile view.

Table 1 shows the complete list of commands in the main Top view mode in alphabetical order.

A typical command structure is the body of the command and the following set of arguments listed in Table 1 in the Parameter column in the order in which they are entered. If the arguments are distributed in the command body, their position is indicated in the Command column. An empty field in the Parameter column in the table means that the command does not contain arguments.

Arguments in the Parameter column, enclosed in corner brackets <>, are mandatory, without specifying them the command is considered incomplete and will not be accepted for execution. The arguments in the Command column, enclosed in square brackets [], are optional, the command can be accepted for execution without specifying them.

Possible values for the command arguments and explanations for their input are listed in the Value column. The Action column contains a description of the command.

Table 1 – List of commands in the main mode of the Top view

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

?



Show list of available commands

acs1



Go to the ACS configuration section

clear alarms type

<type>


















dummy/
ram/
login/
config-save/
firmware-update/
duplicate-mac/
physical-layer-flapping/
pon-gpon-port-no-ont/
ont-physical-layer/
olt-update/
ont-update/
gpon-port-flapping/
ont-flapping/
download/
battery-power/
battery-low/
lan-los/
ont-config/
file-delete/
physical-layer-errors/
physical-layer-block/
link/
logout/
ont-dying-gasp/
ont-rei/
ont-power-off/
config-change/
shutdown/
oms/
ont-state-changed/
ont-config-changed/
gpon-port-state-changed/
pon-alarm-gpon-port/
pon-alarm-onui/
ont-update-inprogress/
olt-device-reset/
ont-signal-degrade/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
gpon-port-ont-count-overflow/
olt-device-not-working/
load-average/
free-space/
temperature/
fan/
system-reboot/
rssi-update/
power-supply/
storm-detected/

Delete entries with this type of alarm from the system alarm log.


ont-storm-detected/


clear alarms severity

<severity>

info/
minor/
major/
critical

Delete entries with the specified accident severity from the system crash log.

clear counters interface gpon-port

<VALUE>

LTP-8X:      LTP-4X:
0..7        0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Zero counters on GPON-PORT interface

clear counters interface ont

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Zero counters on ONT

clear downstream-ber interface gpon-port

<VALUE>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Zero error rate counters for downstream on GPON-PORT interface

clear downstream-ber interface ont

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Zero error rate counters for upstream on ONT

clear log buffer



Clear log buffer

clear log files



Delete all log files

clear mac interface gpon-port

<VALUE>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Clear MAC address table on GPON-PORT interface

clear mac interface ont

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)


for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Clear MAC address table on ONT

clear schedule
ont reconfigure



Clear the schedule of reconfiguration

clear schedule
ont update



Clear the schedule of firmware upgrade

commit



Apply changes made to the configuration

configure terminal



Go to the configuration section

copy <VALUE1>
<VALUE2>

<VALUE1>



Source URL:
tftp://ip[:port]/path/to/file
http://ip[:port]/path/to/file
ftp://user:password@ip[:port]/path/to/file
fs://config
fs://log/filename

Copying files from a TFTP/HTTP/FTP server to the device flash memory.

<VALUE2>

Destination URL:
tftp://ip[:port]/path/to/file
http://ip[:port]/path/to/file
ftp://user:password@ip[:port]/path/to/file
fs://config
fs://ont-firmware
fs://firmware
fs://license
fs://ont-config
fs://acs-config

Copying files from a device flash memory to the TFTP/HTTP/FTP server.

date

<VALUE>

time and date in format
YYYYMMDDhhmm.ss

Setting the current date and time

default



Clear configuration and return to default settings.
After entering the command, you must confirm it by answering the question "Do you really want to set up default configuration?
(y/n)".
After this command is executed, the device will reboot. The time before rebooting may be up to 5 min.

delete config ont <VALUE>

<VALUE>

Configuration file name, or «*» character.

Deleting the ONT configuration file by name, or all files when entering the "*" character.

delete firmware ont <VALUE>

<VALUE>

Firmware file name, or «*» character.

Deleting the ONT firmware file by name, or all files when entering the "*" character.

easy-mode



Enable simplified configuration mode with default settings (see Easy Config documentation for more details)

easy-mode wizard



Switch on simplified configuration mode with possibility of parameter customization.

exit



Exit the CLI session

license set """<LICENSE>"""

<LICENSE>

Full content of the license file obtained from a representative of Eltex Enterprise Ltd.

Upload the license file to the OLT.

mac static gpon-port <channel>
c-vid <VALUE1>
s-vid <VALUE2>
prio <VALUE3>
mac <VALUE4>
serial <VALUE5>
cross-connect <VALUE6>

<channel>

LTP-8X:      LTP-4X: 

0..7        0..3

Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Recording a static record in the PON address table:

<VALUE1>

1-4094

c-vid - client VLAN identifier

<VALUE2>

1-4094

s-vid – service VLAN identifier

<VALUE3>

0-7/unused

prio – VLAN prority

<VALUE4>

MAC address in the format of XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX,

where every Х – hexadecimal digit [0-F]

mac – MAC address.

<VALUE5>

AAAAXXXXXXXX or XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX or XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX, where every A – uppercase letter, every Х – hexadecimal digit [0-F]

serial – ONT serial number

<VALUE6>

0-31

cross-connect – cross connect profile number

no license



Deletion of a previously installed OLT license

no mac static gpon-port <channel>
c-vid <VALUE1>
s-vid <VALUE2>
prio <VALUE3>
mac <VALUE4>
serial <VALUE5>
cross-connect <VALUE6>

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3

Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Deleting a static record from a PON address table:

<VALUE1>

1-4094

c-vid - client VLAN identifier

<VALUE2>

1-4094

s-vid – service VLAN identifier

<VALUE3>

0-7/unused

prio – VLAN prority

<VALUE4>

MAC address in the format of XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX, where every Х – hexadecimal digit [0-F]

mac – MAC address.

<VALUE5>

AAAAXXXXXXXX or XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX or XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX, where every А – uppercase letter, every Х – hexadecimal digit [0-F]

serial – ONT serial number

<VALUE6>

0-31

cross-connect – cross connect profile number

no ont autofind interface gpon-port

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Disable ONT autodetection on selected GPON-PORT interface

no schedule ont reconfigure

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)


or
AAAAXXXXXXXX or
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX or
XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX,

Remove ONT from the schedule for reconfiguration


where every А – uppercase letter, every Х – hexadecimal digit [0-F]


no schedule ont update

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

or
AAAAXXXXXXXX or
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX or
XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX,
where every А –
uppercase letter, every Х –
hexadecimal digit
[0-F]

Remove ONT from the schedule for firmware update

no trace



Disable CLI trace output

ont autofind interface gpon-port

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Enable ONT autodetection on selected GPON-PORT interface

ping

<VALUE>

IP address in the format of AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Verify that you can access the specified address

reboot



Reboot the device. After entering the command, you must answer the question «Do you really want to reboot the system now? (y/n)».

reconfigure interface gpon-port

<VALUE>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Reconfigure GPON-PORT interface

reconfigure interface ont

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:

<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Reconfigure ONT

reconfigure olt

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
all/0/1


for LTP-4X:
unspecified

Reconfigure OLT chip

rollback



Cancel the changes

run shell



Go to the privilege mode:

save



Save configuration into non-volatile memory

schedule ont reconfigure

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Add ONT to the schedule to perform reconfiguration

schedule ont update

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Add ONT to the firmware upgrade schedule

send omci pptp-video-uni administrative-state disable interface ont

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Send RF port shutdown command to ONT

send omci reset interface ont

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Send a command to reboot ONT

send omci restore interface ont

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Send factory reset command to reset ONT (Eltex ONT only)

send omci software-image get interface ont <VALUE1> instance <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>






for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Subtract the value set in this instance

<VALUE2>

0-255


send omci software-image set interface ont <VALUE1> instance <VALUE2> file <VALUE3>

<VALUE1>







for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Upload the configuration file to the specified area (the functionality is supported only for ONT Atron, Ericsson).

<VALUE2>

0-255

<VALUE3>

Configuration file name

send ploam ber-interval <VALUE1> gpon-port [<VALUE2>]

<VALUE1>

0-4294967294

Send a command to enable downstream error rate calculation to all ONTs in the configuration on the specified GPON-PORT OLT

<VALUE2>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

send ploam ber-interval <VALUE1> ont [<VALUE2>]

<VALUE1>

0-4294967294

Send a command to enable downstream error rate calculation to ONTs with specified ONT ID in the configuration on the specified GPON-PORT OLT

<VALUE2>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

send ploam disable-sn mode enable-all gpon-port

<VALUE>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Send the command to enable the optical transmitter to all ONTs: connected to the specified GPON-PORT OLT

send ploam disable-sn mode enable ont

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Send the command to enable the optical transmitter to all ONTs on the specified GPON-PORT OLT with the specified ONT ID

send ploam disable-sn mode enable ont from-configuration gpon-port

<VALUE>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Send the command to enable the optical transmitter to all ONTs listed in the configuration on the specified GPON-PORT OLT

send ploam disable-sn mode enable ont serial

<VALUE>

AAAAXXXXXXXX or XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX or XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX, where every А – uppercase letter, every Х – hexadecimal digit [0-F]

Send the command to enable the optical transmitter on the ONT with the specified serial number

send ploam disable-sn mode disable ont

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Send the command to disable the optical transmitter to all ONTs on the specified GPON-PORT OLT with the specified ONT ID

send ploam disable-sn mode disable ont from-configuration gpon-port

<VALUE>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Send the command to disable the optical transmitter to all ONTs listed in the configuration on the specified GPON-PORT OLT

send ploam disable-sn mode disable ont serial

<VALUE>

AAAAXXXXXXXX or XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX or XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX, where every А – uppercase letter, every Х – hexadecimal digit [0-F]

Send the command to disable the optical transmitter on the ONT with the specified serial number

show aaa



Show AAA configuration

show alarm active type <VALUE>

<VALUE>

dummy/
ram/
login/
config-save/
firmware-update/
duplicate-mac/
physical-layer-flapping/
pon-gpon-port-no-ont/
ont-physical-layer/
olt-update/
ont-update/
gpon-port-flapping/
ont-flapping/
download/
battery-power/
battery-low/
lan-los/
ont-config/
file-delete/
physical-layer-errors/
physical-layer-block/
link/
logout/
ont-dying-gasp/
ont-rei/
ont-power-off/
config-change/
shutdown/
oms/
ont-state-changed/
ont-config-changed/
gpon-port-state-changed/
pon-alarm-gpon-port/
pon-alarm-onui/
ont-update-inprogress/
olt-device-reset/
ont-signal-degrade/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
gpon-port-ont-count-overflow/
olt-device-not-working/
load-average/
free-space/
temperature/
fan/
system-reboot/
rssi-update/
power-supply/
storm-detected/

Show all active alarms of a certain type


ont-storm-detected/


show alarm active severity <VALUE>

<VALUE>

info/
minor/
major/
critical

Show all active alarms of a certain level

show alarm active all



Show all active alarms

show alarm configuration

<VALUE>

dummy/
ram/
login/
config-save/
firmware-update/
duplicate-mac/
physical-layer-flapping/
pon-gpon-port-no-ont/
ont-physical-layer/
olt-update/
ont-update/
gpon-port-flapping/
ont-flapping/
download/
battery-power/
battery-low/
lan-los/
ont-config/
file-delete/
physical-layer-errors/
physical-layer-block/
link/
logout/
ont-dying-gasp/
ont-rei/
ont-power-off/
config-change/
shutdown/
oms/
ont-state-changed/
ont-config-changed/
gpon-port-state-changed/
pon-alarm-gpon-port/
pon-alarm-onui/
ont-update-inprogress/
olt-device-reset/
ont-signal-degrade/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
gpon-port-ont-count-overflow/
olt-device-not-working/ 

Show ALARM service configuration by event type


load-average/
free-space/
temperature/
fan/
system-reboot/
rssi-update/
power-supply/
storm-detected/
ont-storm-detected/


show auto-update ont



Show ONT automatic firmware update mode

show auto-update ont records



Show list of rules for ONT firmware updates

show backup



Show configuration upload settings for TFTP service

show cli



Show CLI settings

show config autosave



Show configuration auto save settings

show config ont



Display a list of configuration files for ONT

show date



Show current date and time

show firmware ont



Display a list of firmware files for ONT

show gpon network



Show OLT network settings

show gpon olt state



Show status and version of OLT chip firmware

show gpon olt configuration [verbose]



Show current OLT settings. When verbose is specified

show history



Display the history of executed commands

show interface gpon-port <channel> state

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7      0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show status of GPON-PORT interfaces

show interface gpon-port <channel> optics

<channel>

LTP-8X: LTP-4X:
0..7 0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show status of optical parameters of GPON-PORT interfaces

show interface gpon-port <channel> optics state

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7        0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show information about the current status of GPON-PORT interfaces

show interface gpon-port <channel> optics configuration

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show the optical configuration of the GPON-PORT interfaces

show interface gpon-port <channel> igmp groups

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show log of requested IGMP groups on GPON-PORT interfaces

show intarface gpon-port <channel> dhcp sessions

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

View DHCP-snooping table for specified GPON-PORT interfaces

show intarface gpon-port <channel> pppoe sessions

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

View table of established PPPoE sessions for specified GPON-PORT interfaces

show interface gpon-port <channel> configuration

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show the configuration of the GPON-PORT interfaces

show interface gpon-port <channel> counters

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show GPON-PORT interface counters

show interface gpon-port <channel> counters v-interface

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show the counters of the v-interface (GPON OLT uplink interface connected to the switch)

show interface gpon-port <channel> downstream-ber

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show downstream BER counters for all ONT GPON-PORT interfaces

show interface ont <VALUE> connections

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show ONT reconnection statistics

show interface ont <VALUE> laser

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show parameters of the ONT optical module: transmitter power, level at reception, temperature, current and voltage

show interface ont <VALUE>
ports

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)


for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show LAN port connection status on ONT

show interface ont
<VALUE> rssi

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show signal power level

show interface ont <VALUE> state

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show ONT state

show interface ont <VALUE> configuration

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show ONT configuration

show interface ont <VALUE> configuration verbose

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show extended ONT configuration

show interface ont
<VALUE1> counters
<VALUE2>

<VALUE1>









for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show transmission statistics for a specified ONT:

<VALUE2>

cross-connect/
gem-port-performance-monitoring/
gem-port-nctp-performance-monitoring/
ethernet-performance-monitoring

history-data/
ethernet-performance-monitoring-history-data2/
ethernet-performance-monitoring-history-data3/
gal-ethernet-performance-monitoring-history-data/
fec-performance-monitoring-history-data/
ethernet-frame-extended-performance-monitoring/
multicast-subscriber-monitor

  • cross-connect – traffic statistics by service;
  • gem-port-performance-monitoring – GEM traffic statistics;
    ethernet-performance-monitoring-history-data, gal-ethernet-performance-monitoring-history-data, ethernet-frame-extended-performance-monitoring – LAN traffic statistics;
  • fec-performance-monitoring-history-data– error correction statistics;
  • multicast-subscriber-monitor - MC traffic statistics and list of
    requested MC groups

show interface ont <VALUE> online

<VALUE>



for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show a list of connected ONTs with a configuration

show interface ont <VALUE1> online grep <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>









for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show a list of connected ONTs with a configuration filtered by a specific value

<VALUE2>

random line

show interface ont <VALUE> offline

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show a list of ONTs that are configured but not currently connected

show interface ont <VALUE1> offline grep <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>









for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show a list of ONTs that are configured but not currently connected, filtered by specific value

<VALUE2>

random line

show interface ont <VALUE> unactivated

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show a list of connected ONTs that are not configured

show interface ont <VALUE1> unactivated grep <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>









for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show a list of connected ONTs that have no configuration filtered by specific value

<VALUE2>

random line

show interface ont <VALUE> configured

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show a list of all configured ONTs on the channel

show interface ont <VALUE1> configured grep <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>









for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show a list of all configured ONTs on the channel filtered by specific value

<VALUE2>

random line

show interface ont <VALUE> unconfigured

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show list of free ONT IDs

show interface ont <VALUE> connected

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show a list of all connected ONTs (regardless of configuration)

show interface ont <VALUE1> connected grep <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>









for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show a list of all connected ONTs (regardless of configuration) filtered by specific value

<VALUE2>

random line

show interface ont <VALUE> downstream-ber

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show descending error rate counter for specified ONT

show interface ont <VALUE> services utilization

<VALUE>

for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show utilization counters by service for the specified ONT

show ip acs server



Show configuration of the built-in ONT Autoconfiguration Server (ACS)

show ip ntp



Show NTP settings

show ip route



Show routing configuration

show ip snmp



Show SNMP settings

show ip snmp alias

<VALUE>

0-17

Show information
for all snmp-alias
or for a given alias

show ip snmp users



Show created SNMPv3 users

show ip source-guard



Show ip source-guard protocol settings

show ip ssh



Show SSH protocol settings

show ip telnet



Show TELNET protocol settings

show license



Show information on the OLT license

show log



Show file log

show log <file>

<file>

File name:

ltp

ltp.0.gz

ltp.1.gz

ltp.2.gz

Show the content of the specified log file (if there is a large amount of information in the file, then the display is carried out in parts: to continue outputting line by line press <enter>, to stop output - <q>, to display the log file in full press <r>).

show log <file> grep <value>

<file>



File name:

ltp

ltp.0.gz

ltp.1.gz

ltp.2.gz

Show content of the specified log file filtered by a specific value

<VALUE>

string, 255 characters max.

show log buffer



Show the content of the log buffer (if there is a large amount of information in the buffer, then the display is carried out in parts: to continue outputting line by line press <enter>, to stop output - <q>, to display the log file in full press <r>).

show log buffer grep <VALUE>

<VALUE>

string, 255 characters max.

Show content of the log buffer filtered by a specific value

show logging module
<VALUE>

<VALUE>

all/
pmchal-gpon/
pmchal-ipc/
pmchal-machine/
pmchal-olt/
pmchal-ont/
pmchal-gpon-port/
pmchal-scheduler/
pmchal-dhcpra/
pmchal-pppoeia/
pmchal-rdn/
snmp/
alarm/
dhcpd/
pmchal-dhcpv6ra

Viewing the configuration of the system log modules

show logging settings



Show information on SYSLOG configuration

show mac interface gpon-port <channel>

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show list of GPON port MAC addresses

show mac interface gpon-port <channel>
sort <VALUE1> [[ascending/descending] include/exclude <VALUE2> <VALUE3> ]

<channel>



LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show a list of GPON port MAC addresses ordered by the specified parameter.

  • serial – ONT serial number: written in the format of AAAAXXXXXXXX or XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX or XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX, where every А – uppercase letter, every Х – hexadecimal digit [0-F];
  • ont-id – ONT identifier, may take values 0-253;
  • gpon-port – GPON port identifier, values 0..7 for LTP-8X, 0..3 for LTP-4X;
  • gem – GEM port identifier, may take values 0-4095;
  • u-vid, c-vid, s-vid – VLAN identifiers, may take values 1-4094; 
  • mac-address – value in format of XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX


<VALUE1>

ont-id/
gpon-port/
gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid

<VALUE2>

serial/
ont-id/
gpon-port/
gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid/
mac-address

<VALUE3>

parameter value specified in <VALUE2>

show mac interface gpon-port <channel>
include <VALUE1> [sort <VALUE2> [ascending/descending]]

<channel>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show a list of GPON port MAC addresses filtered by the specified parameter.

  • serial – ONT serial number: written in format of AAAAXXXXXXXX or XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX or XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX, where every А – uppercase letter, every Х – hexadecimal digit [0-F];
  • ont-id – ONT identifier, may take values 0-253;
  • gpon-port – GPON port identifier, takes values 0..7 for LTP-8X, 0..3 for LTP-4X;
  • gem – GEM port identifier, may take values 0-4095;
  • u-vid, c-vid, s-vid – VLAN identifiers, may take values 1-4094;
  • mac-address – value in format of XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

<VALUE1>

serial/
ont-id/
gpon-port/
gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid/
mac-address

<VALUE2>

parameter value specified in <VALUE1>

<VALUE3>

ont-id/
gpon-port/
gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid

show mac interface gpon-port <channel>
exclude <VALUE1> <VALUE2> [sort <VALUE3> [ascending/descending]]

<channel>




LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..7       0..3
Range and/or list of GPON interfaces (e.g. 0 or 1-3,5-7)

Show a list of GPON port MAC addresses excluding addresses with the specified parameter.

  • serial – ONT serial number: written in format of AAAAXXXXXXXX or XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX or XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX, where every А – uppercase letter, every Х – hexadecimal digit [0-F]; 
  • ont-id – ONT identifier, may take values 0-253;
  • gpon-port – GPON port identifier, takes values 0..7 for LTP-8X, 0..3 for LTP-4X;
  • gem – GEM port identifier, may take values 0-4095;
  • u-vid, c-vid, s-vid – VLAN identifiers, may take values 1-4094;
  • mac-address – value in format of XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX


<VALUE1>

serial/
ont-id/
gpon-port/
gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid/
mac-address

<VALUE2>

parameter value specified in <VALUE1>

<VALUE3>

ont-id/
gpon-port/
gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid

show mac interface ont <VALUE>

<VALUE>




for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show list of ONT MAC addresses

show mac interface ont <VALUE1> sort <VALUE2> [[ascending/descending] include/exclude <VALUE3> <VALUE4>]

<VALUE1>






for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show list of ONT MAC addresses sorted by the specified parameter.

  • gem – GEM port identifier, may take values 0-4095;
  • u-vid, c-vid, s-vid – VLAN identifiers, may take values 1-4094;
  • mac-address – value in format of XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

<VALUE2>

gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid

<VALUE3>

gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid/
mac-address

<VALUE4>

parameter value specified in <VALUE3>

show mac interface ont <VALUE1>
include <VALUE2> <VALUE3> [sort <VALUE4> [ascending/descending]]

<VALUE1>





for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show list of ONT MAC addresses filtered by the specified parameter.

  • gem – GEM port identifier, may take values 0-4095;
  • u-vid, c-vid, s-vid – VLAN identifiers, may take values 1-4094;
  • mac-address – value in format of XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

<VALUE2>

gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid/
mac-address

<VALUE3>

parameter value specified in <VALUE2>

<VALUE4>

gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid

show mac interface ont <VALUE1>
exclude <VALUE2> <VALUE3> [sort <VALUE4> [ascending/descending]]




<VALUE1>









for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Show list of ONT MAC addresses excluding addresses with the specified parameter.

  • gem – GEM port identifier, may take values 0-4095;
  • u-vid, c-vid, s-vid – VLAN identifiers, may take values 1-4094;
  • mac-address – value in format of XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

<VALUE2>

gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid/
mac-address

<VALUE3>

parameter value specified in <VALUE2>

<VALUE4>

gem/
u-vid/
c-vid/
s-vid

show management



Show system network settings

show memory cli



Show CLI process memory utilization map

show memory pmchal



Show PMCHAL process memory utilization map

show privileges



Show privilege levels for system users

show profile address-table [<NAME>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show list of address-table profiles


When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile

show profile address-table <NAME> s-vlan [<VALUE>]

<NAME>

<VALUE>

profile name, string

1-4094

Show s-vlan list for the specified address-table profile


When specifying <VALUE> display unique configuration parameters for the specified VLAN ID

show profile cross-connect [<NAME> [verbose]]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show a list of cross-connect profiles.


When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile. When specifying verbose, print the value of the assigned terminal-vlan.

show profile dba [<NAME>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show the list of dba profiles.


When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile

show profile dhcp-ra [<NAME>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show the list of dhcp-ra profiles.

When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile

show profile dhcpv6-ra [<NAME>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show the list of dhcpv6-ra profiles.

When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile

show profile management [<NAME>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show the list of management profiles.

When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile

show profile ports [<NAME>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show the list of port profiles.

When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile

show profile pppoe-ia [<NAME>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show the list of pppoe-ia profiles.

When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile

show profile shaping [<NAME> [verbose]]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show the list of shaping profiles.

When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile.
When specifying verbose, display full configuration of this profile.

show profile vlan [<NAME>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show the list of vlan profiles.

When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile

show profile voice [<NAME>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show the list of voice profiles.

When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile

show resources pmchal



Show a list of PMCHAL process resources utilization

show running- config



Show current equipment configuration

show running-config <VALUE> [all]

<VALUE>

aaa/
access-list/
alarm/
backup/
cli/
config/
fan/
gpon network/
gpon olt/
interface ports/
interface trunks/
interface ont <0-7>[/<0-127>]/
interface gpon-port <0-7>/
ip acs/
ip igmp/
ip ntp/
ip route/
ip snmp/
ip source-guard/
ip ssh/
ip telnet/
logging/
management/
mirror/
profile <TYPE> [<NAME>]/
qos/
template <NAME>/
user/
vlan <1..4094>

Show the configuration for individual modules of the system as modified, but not applied by commit
.When specifying [all], display the full configuration of the specified module. [...]

show schedule ont reconfigure



View the schedule for ONT reconfiguration

show schedule ont update



View the schedule for ONT frimware update

show system
environment



Show system-wide information

show template [<NAME> [verbose]]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Show a list of ONT templates.

When specifying <name>, display the configuration of this profile.
When specifying verbose, display detailed configuration of the specified profile.

show uptime



Show the time since the last reboot of the device

show users config



Show a list of existing system users and their privileges

show users last



Show list of last active connections

show users who



Show a list of active users and their connection method

show version



Show firmware version

switch



Go to the switch configuration section

trace



Enable CLI trace output

update ont <VALUE1> filename <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>









for LTP-8X:
<0-7>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

for LTP-4X:
<0-3>[/0-127]
Range and/or list of ONT interfaces
(e.g. 1/1-3/3,5,7,15-33)

Update firmware on ONT with given ONT ID using the specified file.

<VALUE2>

firmware file name

The ACS server configuration description is given in the «LTP-X User Manual», the functionality is implemented for LTP-4(8)X rev.B, LTP-4(8)X rev.C devices.

Configuration mode

The terminal configuration can be conventionally divided into 3 parts. Figure below shows the configuration structure.



Figure 4 – The structure of terminal configuration

System is a general system part. This group includes such settings as: network, service settings, user table, etc.
Switch represents a switch configuration. This group includes configuration parameters for Ethernet interfaces of the front panel, as well as VLAN settings.
GPON contains 5 subparts:

  • OLT – GPON OLT and GPON interface settings;
  • OLT profiles – OLT profile part consists of address table profiles, VLAN profiles, DHCP RA and PPPoE IA profiles;
  • ONT – ONT configuration base:
    • ONT templates – ONT templates
    • ONT profiles – ONT profiles.

Configuration of system parameters

To proceed to configuring the system parameters, execute the configure terminal command from the main Top view section.

LTP-8X# configure terminal
LTP-8X(config)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

do



Call the root menu commands (used in all sections of Configure view)

no



The negative form of the command (used in all sections of Configure view)

Network parameters configuration

management additional-vid

<VALUE>

1-4094

Set VLAN control for access from alternative management interfaces

management dscp

<VALUE>

0-63

Set DSCP for management traffic packets

management ip

<VALUE>

IP addres in the format of AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the IP address of the device

management mask

<VALUE>

mask in format of AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set subnet mask

management gateway

<VALUE>

IP addres in the format of AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the default gateway address

management vid

<VALUE>

1-4094

Set the management VLAN

management cos

<VALUE>

0-7

Set the 802.1p tag for management traffic packets

hostname

<VALUE>

string, 255 characters max

Set device name

Configuring the authentication, authorization and accounting system (AAA)

aaa accounting start-stop

<VALUE>

tacacs+/radius

Set the protocol used for login/logout accounting.

aaa accounting commands tacacs+



Specify the protocol used to account the commands entered by the user.

aaa authentication

<VALUE>

tacacs+/radius

Set the authentication method:

  • tacacs+ – on the TACACS+ server;
  • radius – on the Radius server
    In case the server used for authentication is not available, the local user base will be used

aaa authorization tacacs+



Enable authorization (access level verification) on the TACACS+ server

Setting up the ALARM service

alarm <VALUE1> in <VALUE2> [out <VALUE3> severity <VALUE4> ttl <VALUE5>]

<VALUE1>


















physical-layer-errors/
physical-layer-block/
link/
logout/
ont-dying-gasp/
ont-rei/
ont-power-off/
config-change/
shutdown/
oms/
ont-state-changed/
ont-config-changed/
gpon-port-state-changed/
pon-alarm-gpon-port/
pon-alarm-onui/
ont-update-inprogress/
olt-device-reset/
ont-signal-degrade/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
gpon-port-ont-count-overflow/
olt-device-not-working/
load-average/
free-space/
system-reboot/
rssi-update/
power-supply/
storm-detected/
ont-storm-detected

Send SNMP traps in case of occurrence of alarm messages of the specified type.

If necessary, all existing parameters for this type of alarm messages can be configured in one command

fan/
free-space/
load-average/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
ram/
temperature/
dummy/
login/
config-save/
firmware-update/
duplicate-mac/
physical-layer-flapping/
pon-channel-no-ont/
ont-physical-layer/
olt-update/
ont-update/
gpon-port-flapping/
ont-flapping/
download/
battery-power/
battery-low/
lan-los/
ont-config/
file-delete/

<VALUE2>

true/false

<VALUE3>

true/false

<VALUE4>

info/
minor/
major/
critical

<VALUE5>

-1-2147483647

alarm <VALUE1> out <VALUE2> [in <VALUE3> severity <VALUE4> ttl show alarm
configuration<VALUE5>]

<VALUE1>


















































fan/
free-space/
load-average/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
ram/
temperature/
dummy/
login/
config-save/
firmware-update/
duplicate-mac/
physical-layer-flapping/
pon-channel-no-ont/
ont-physical-layer/
olt-update/
ont-update/
gpon-port-flapping/
ont-flapping/
download/
battery-power/
battery-low/
lan-los/
ont-config/
file-delete/
physical-layer-errors/
physical-layer-block/
link/
logout/
ont-dying-gasp/
ont-rei/
ont-power-off/
config-change/
shutdown/
oms/
ont-state-changed/
ont-config-changed/
gpon-port-state-changed/
pon-alarm-gpon-port/
pon-alarm-onui/
ont-update-inprogress/
olt-device-reset/
ont-signal-degrade/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
gpon-port-ont-count-overflow/
olt-device-not-working/
load-average/
free-space/
system-reboot/
rssi-update/
power-supply/
storm-detected/
ont-storm-detected

Send SNMP traps during normalization of alarms of the specified type.

If necessary, all existing parameters for this type of alarm messages can be configured in one command

<VALUE2>

true/false

<VALUE3>

true/false

<VALUE4>

info/
minor/
major/
critical

<VALUE5>

-1-2147483647

alarm <VALUE1> severity <VALUE2> [in <VALUE3> out <VALUE4> ttl <VALUE5>]

<VALUE1>


fan/
free-space/
load-average/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
ram/
temperature/
dummy/
login/
config-save/
firmware-update/
duplicate-mac/
physical-layer-flapping/
pon-channel-no-ont/
ont-physical-layer/
olt-update/
ont-update/
gpon-port-flapping/
ont-flapping/
download/
battery-power/
battery-low/
lan-los/
ont-config/
file-delete/
physical-layer-errors/
physical-layer-block/
link/
logout/
ont-dying-gasp/
ont-rei/
ont-power-off/
config-change/
shutdown/
oms/

Set the priority of alarm messages of the specified type.

If necessary, all existing parameters for this type of alarm messages can be configured in one command


ont-state-changed/
ont-config-changed/
gpon-port-state-changed/
pon-alarm-gpon-port/
pon-alarm-onui/
ont-update-inprogress/
olt-device-reset/
ont-signal-degrade/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
gpon-port-ont-count-overflow/
olt-device-not-working/
load-average/
free-space/
system-reboot/
rssi-update/
power-supply/
storm-detected/
ont-storm-detected

<VALUE2>

info/
minor/
major/
critical

<VALUE3>

true/false

<VALUE4>

true/false

<VALUE5>

-1-2147483647

alarm <VALUE1> ttl <VALUE2> [in <VALUE3> out <VALUE4> severity <VALUE5>]

<VALUE1>

fan/
free-space/
load-average/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
ram/
temperature/
dummy/
login/
config-save/
firmware-update/
duplicate-mac/
physical-layer-flapping/
pon-channel-no-ont/
ont-physical-layer/
olt-update/
ont-update/
gpon-port-flapping/
ont-flapping/
download/
battery-power/
battery-low/
lan-los/
ont-config/
file-delete/
physical-layer-errors/
physical-layer-block/
link/
logout/
ont-dying-gasp/
ont-rei/
ont-power-off/
config-change/
shutdown/
oms/
ont-state-changed/
ont-config-changed/
gpon-port-state-changed/
pon-alarm-gpon-port/
pon-alarm-onui/
ont-update-inprogress/
olt-device-reset/
ont-signal-degrade/
ont-high-rx-power/
ont-low-rx-power/
gpon-port-ont-count-overflow/
olt-device-not-working/
load-average/
free-space/
system-reboot/
rssi-update/
power-supply/
storm-detected/
ont-storm-detected

Configure the lifetime of all alarm messages of the specified type:

  • '0' – report an alarm until it normalizes,
  • '-1' – Send trap if necessary, do not show alarm message.
  • '1-2147483647' – display an alarm message for a specified amount of time.

If necessary, all existing parameters for this type of alarm messages can be configured in one command

<VALUE2>

-1-2147483647

<VALUE3>

true/false

<VALUE4>

true/false

<VALUE5>

info/
minor/
major/
critical

alarm fan max-rpm

<VALUE>

600-20000

Set the fan speed at which an alarm message will be issued if it is exceeded

alarm fan min-rpm

<VALUE>

600-8000

Set the fan speed at which an error message will be triggered if it falls below.

alarm free-space level

<VALUE>

0-100

Set the percentage of free space on the drive at which the error message will be displayed.

alarm load-average level

<VALUE>

0-255

Set the average load per minute at which the alarm message will be displayed

alarm ont-high-rx-power level

<VALUE>

-127..0 dBm

Set the power level of the optical signal received from the ONT (RSSI level), if exceeded, the alarm message will be displayed

alarm ont-low-rx-power level

<VALUE>

-127..0 dBm

Set the power level of the optical signal received from the ONT (RSSI level), when it drops below which an alarm message will be displayed

alarm ram free-ram

<VALUE>

0-100

Set the percentage of free RAM at which the alarm message will be issued

alarm temperature sensor1/sensor2

<VALUE>

0-100

Set the critical temperature above which the alarm message will be displayed

ONT update configuration commands

auto-reconfigure interface

<VALUE>

gpon-port/
ont

Enable automatic reconfiguration of GPON-PORT or ONT when changing configuration

auto-reconfigure

<VALUE>

olt

Enable automatic reconfiguration of OLT when changing configuration

auto-update ont record <VALUE1> equipment-id <VALUE2> fw-version [not-]match <VALUE3> filename <VALUE4> [<VALUE5>] [downgrade <VALUE6>]

<VALUE1>

entry name, string

Specify an
ONT auto-update rule with specifying the device type, current ONT firmware version, update version, update mode and downgrade ability.

<VALUE2>

ONT type, string

<VALUE3>

firmware version, string

<VALUE4>

firmware file name, string

<VALUE5>

disable/
immediate/
postpone/
global

<VALUE6>

enable/
disable

auto-update ont edit <VALUE1> <VALUE2> <VALUE3>

<VALUE1>

existing entry name, string

Edit a previously created
ONT auto-update rule

<VALUE2>

equipment-id/
fw-version/
filename/
new-name/
disable/
immediate/
postpone/
global/
downgrade

<VALUE3>

new value for the parameter to be edited, string

auto-update ont immediate



Enable immediate auto update of ONT.
Updating is performed on the operator's command

auto-update ont postpone



Enable delayed ONT auto-update.
Update is performed at the next ONT authorization

no auto-update ont



Disable ONT global auto-update rule

no auto-update ont record

<VALUE1>

existing entry name, string

Remove a previously created
ONT auto-update rule

no auto-update ont records



Remove all previously created
ONT auto-update rules

Setting parameters for CONFIG service

backup on save



Enable automatic upload of configuration file to tftp server on save

backup on timer



Enable automatic upload of configuration file to tftp server on timer

backup timer period

<VALUE>

600-300000

Set a timer to automatically upload the configuration file

backup uri

<VALUE>

URL in format of
tftp://ip[:port]/path/to/file
or
ftp://user:password@ip[:port]/path/to/file
string,
255 characters max.

Set the tftp/ftp server address.
ip address of the tftp/ftp server
path/to/file – path for the configuration file

config autosave period

<VALUE>

<600-300000>

Set the period for auto save of the configuration, in minutes

config autosave hour <VALUE1> minute <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

0..23

Set the time in which the configuration autosave will be performed

<VALUE2>

0-59

Setting parameters for CLI service

cli display

<VALUE>

config-password/
description/
equipment-id/
gpon-port/
profile/
received-password/
rssi/
status/
version

Set the output format for ONT list (show interface gpon-port ont online)

cli history

<VALUE>

0-4294967295

Set command history storage buffer size

cli max-sessions

<VALUE>

1..3

Set a limit on the number of simultaneous CLI sessions (not including ACS sessions)

cli ont-sn-format

<VALUE>

literal/
numerical/
section-numerical

Set the ONT serial number display format

cli session-timeout

<VALUE>

0-2103840

Set the CLI session timeout (timeout is the user's inactivity time in minutes after which the session ends), 0 - without restrictions.

Fans management 2

system fan min-speed

<VALUE>

15-100

Set the minimum fan rotation speed

system fan speed

<VALUE>

15-100

Set the fan speed, in percent:
15 – minimum;
100 – maximum.

no system fan speed



Set automatic fan rotation speed

system fan speed-level

<VALUE>

<VALUE>

0-8

15-100

Set the rotational speed value for a specific level, in percents

system fan speed-table

<VALUE>

15-100

Set the rotational speed value for all levels, in percents

system reset-button <VALUE>

<VALUE>

disable/
enable/
reset-only

Set the action on pressing the reset button

Setting the ACS parameters (built-in OLT auto-configuration server for ONT) 3

ip acs server enable



Enable local ACS

ip acs server vid

<VLAN ID>

1-4094

Set VLAN ID to
run ACS (server runs on LTP)

ip acs server ip

<VALUE>

IP addres in the format of AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the IP address of the ACS (the address must not intersect with the management subnet)

ip acs server mask

<VALUE>

subnet mask
in format of
AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the ACS subnet mask (the subnet must not intersect with the management subnet)

ip acs server port

<VALUE>

1-65535

Set the ACS port. Default is 9595

ip acs server scheme

<VALUE>

http/
https

Set the protocol to run ACS (HTTP is the default)

ip acs server login

<VALUE>

string,
31 characters max.

Set the username to authenticate on the server

ip acs server password

<VALUE>

string,
31 characters max.

Set the user password to authenticate on the server

Configuring the built-in DHCP server parameters (for ONT with local ACS) 4

ip dhcp server enable



Enable local DHCP server

ip dhcp server range

<VALUE>

IP address in format of

AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the range of IP addresses issued by the DHCP server (the range start and end address must be set)

ip dhcp server lease-time

<VALUE>

600-2678400

Set lease time for IP addresses issued by the DHCP server (in seconds)

ip dhcp server option-43



Enable option 43 in DHCP Offer packets issued by the DHCP server

ip dhcp server static-route net <VALUE1> mask <VALUE2> gateway <VALUE3>

<VALUE1>
<VALUE2>
<VALUE3>

IP address
in format of
AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Setting the static route (options 121)

Setting parameters for NTP service

ip ntp enable



Enable NTP support.

ip ntp daylightsaving



Enable daylight saving change

ip ntp ip

<VALUE>

IP address
in format of
AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set NTP server address

ip ntp timezone

<VALUE>

-12 – 12

Set the time zone
with specification of time zone offset from the zero meridian [-12...12].

ip ntp interval

<VALUE>

0-65535

Set the NTP server polling interval in seconds.
It is recommended to set it to 900, in this case the poll will be carried out every 15 minutes.

Setting parameters for SNMP service

ip snmp access-control



Enable SNMP access control

ip snmp alias name <VALUE> [up-down-trap]

<VALUE>

string,
63 characters max.

Assign an alternative name to the interface

ip snmp allow ip <VALUE1> [mask <VALUE2>] [vid <VALUE3>]

<VALUE1>

IP address
in format of
AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the list of IP addresses allowed for access, it is possible to specify the mask and vlan id.

<VALUE2>

subnet mask in format of <0-32>

<VALUE3>

VLAN ID <1 - 4094>

ip snmp community read-only <VALUE1> <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

<0-2>

Set sequential number and password for snmp Get requests

<VALUE2>

string,
63 characters max.

ip snmp community read-write <VALUE1> <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

<0-2>

Set the snmp sequential number and password for Set requests

<VALUE2>

string,
63 characters max.

ip snmp contact

<VALUE>

string,
254 characters max.

Set snmp contact value

ip snmp enable



Enable SNMP support

ip snmp engineID

<VALUE>

0xAAAAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,
13 bytes long hexadecimal number

Set the value of EngineID (snmp agent identifier)

ip snmp engineID generate



Generate new value of EngineID (snmp agent identifier)

ip snmp location

<VALUE>

string,
255 characters max.

Set the device location

ip snmp ont-sn-format

<VALUE>

literal/
numerical/
section-numerical

Set the ONT serial number transmission format

ip snmp trap-community

<VALUE>

string,
63 characters max.

Set the password for traps

ip snmp traps <VALUE1> type <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

IP addres in the format of AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the address for sending traps, type of messages to be sent

<VALUE2>

v1/v2/informs

ip snmp version

<VALUE>

v2/v3

Set the SNMP version

Ip snmp user <NAME> auth-password <PASSWORD>
enc-password <KEY>
access <TYPE>

<NAME>
<PASS>
<KEY>
<TYPE>

username
password
encryption key
access type ro/rw

Add SNMPv3 user

no ip snmp user <NAME>

<NAME>


Remove SNMPv3 user

Setting parameters for SSH protocol

ip ssh access-control



Set an access restriction

ip ssh allow ip <VALUE1> [mask <VALUE2>] [vid <VALUE3>]

<VALUE1>



IP address
in format of
AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Create a list of allowed IP addresses to access the device via SSH protocol, it is possible to specify a mask and vlan id

<VALUE2>

subnet mask <0-32>

<VALUE3>

VLAN ID <1 - 4094>

ip ssh enable



Enable SSH protocol support

Setting parameters for Telnet protocol

ip telnet access-control



Set an access restriction

ip telnet allow ip <VALUE1> [mask <VALUE2>] [vid <VALUE3>]

<VALUE1>

IP address
in format of
AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Create a list of allowed IP addresses to access the device via Telnet protocol, it is possible to specify a mask and vlan id

<VALUE2>

subnet mask <0-32>

<VALUE3>

VLAN ID <1 - 4094>

ip telnet enable



Enable Telnet protocol support

Logging configuration

logging <VALUE1>
loglevel <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>



сonsole/
file/
module/
rsh/
system/
origin-id/

Set the debug message level to be sent to the specified interface

<VALUE2>

alert/
critical/
debug/
emergency/
error/
info/
none/
notice/
warning

logging module <VALUE1>
loglevel
<VALUE2>

<VALUE1>












pmchal-gpon/
pmchal-ipc/
pmchal-machine/
pmchal-olt/
pmchal-ont/
pmchal-gpon-port/
pmchal-scheduler/
pmchal-dhcpra/
pmchal-dhcpv6ra/
pmchal-pppoeia/
pmchal-rdn/
snmp/
alarm/
dhcpd

Assign an appropriate debug message level to individual system modules

<VALUE2>

alert/
critical/
debug/
emergency/
error/
info/
none/
notice/
warning

logging remote <VALUE1> [<VALUE2>]

<VALUE1>

IP address
in format of
AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the IP address and port of the SYSLOG server to which the system log is to be broadcast

<VALUE2>

syslog server port

logging buffer

<VALUE>

1024-262144

Set the system log size in bytes

logging commands



Enable recording entered commands in syslog

logging permanent



Enable log recording in non-volatile memory

logging origin-id 

<VALUE>

hostname/
string/
ip/

Add an additional parameter to messages sent to the remote log-server.

Setting ONT blocking

ont block-time

<VALUE>

1-2147483647

Set the duration of the ONT blocking (in minutes)

TACACS+ configuration

tacacs-server timeout

<VALUE>

1-30

Set the server
response waiting
interval

tacacs-server key

<VALUE>

(0..255) characters/
by default
key is an empty
string

Set the key for
authentication and
encryption for all messages between the device and the TACACS server

tacacs-server host

<VALUE>

IP address in format of

AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the IP address of
TACACS server

tacacs-server port

<VALUE>

1-65535

Set the TACACS server port

RADIUS configuration

radius-server timeout <timeout>

<timeout>

1-30

Set the interval for waiting for a response from the server

radius-server host <ip>

<ip>

IP addres in the format of AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Specify IP address of the server

radius-server key <key>

<key>

(0..255) characters/
by default
key is an empty
string

Specify the key to connect to the server

radius-server port <port>

<port>

1-65535

Specify connection port

radius-server priority <prio>

<prio>

0-2

Set connection priority

User and privilege management

privilege

<VALUE1>

1-14

Set the list of privileges for the selected group through a space

<VALUE2>

view-switch/
view-alarm/
view-system/
view-general/
view-gpon/
view-ont/
view-ont-profile/
view-switch-interface/
config-switch/
config-alarm/
config-system/
config-general/
config-gpon/
config-ont/
ont-operation/
config-ont-profile/
config-switch-interface

It is possible to use several values by separating them with spaces, for example:
(config-system view-ont)

user

<NAME>

a word containing any characters, except '`$<>()#', from 1 to 31 characters long

Add a system user

user <NAME> password
<password>

<NAME>

a word containing any characters, except '`$<>()#', from 1 to 31 characters long

Set password for user

<password>

String from 8 to 31 characters

user <NAME> privilege <VALUE>

<NAME>

a word containing any characters, except '`$<>()#', from 1 to 31 characters long

Assign user access rights (0 - minimum priority, 15 - maximum)

<VALUE>

0-15

IP Source Guard configuration

ip source-guard enable



Enable IP Source Guard functionality

ip source-guard mode

<type>

dynamic/static

Select IPSG operation mode.

ip source-guard bind ip <IP> mac <MAC> interface-ont <ONT> service <NUM>

<IP>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

Assign user access rights (0 - minimum priority, 15 - maximum)

<MAC>

MAC – address in format of
ХХ:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

<ONT>

ONT identifier in the CNANNEL_ID/ONT_ID format

<NUM>

Number of service on ONT, 0-28

no ip source-guard bind ip <IP>

<IP>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

Delete static mapping for a specified IP address

no ip source-guard bind



Delete all static mappings

ip source-guard database enable



Enable IP Source guard database saving in non-volatile memory

ip source-guard database update-freq <VALUE>

<VALUE>

600-86400

Specify in seconds the period of IP Source guard base saving to non-volatile memory

ip source-guard ignore-vlan <VLAN_ID>

<VLAN_ID>

1-4094

Disable IPSG operation on the specified VLAN

ip source-guard one-dynamic-binding-for-MAC



When this flag is checked, the device will overwrite existing mappings with new ones if a DHCP session has been re-initiated and successfully terminated. 

Static route configuration

ip route prefix <IP> mask <MASK> gateway <IP>

<IP>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

Add a static route to the specified subnet address through the specified gateway address

<MASK>

subnet mask in decimal format (e.g. 24)



Only for LTP-4(8)X rev.B, LTP-4(8)X rev.C

3 Only for LTP-4(8)X rev.B, LTP-4(8)X rev.C

4 DHCP server operates only when local ACS is enabled

Network switch configuration

The switch mode is designed to configure the internal switch. This mode is available from the global Top view mode.

To proceed to configuration of switch, execute the switch command.

LTP-8X# switch 
LTP-8X(switch)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Show list of available commands

exit



Exit the SWITCH configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

no



The use of a negative form of a command

configure terminal



Go to the SWITCH terminal configuration mode

compare <VALUE1>
<VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

candidate-config/

default-config/

running-config

Compare two configurations with each other:

  • candidate-config – current configuration with no changes applied;
  • default-config – default configuration;
  • running-config – current configuration.


<VALUE2>

candidate-config/

default-config/

running-config

show mac



Show table of MAC addresses (for chip)

show mac count



Display the number of records in the MAC table

show mac include interface <Port type> <Port number> [count]

<Port type>


10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Show a table of MAC addresses for the selected port on the specified interface
When [count] is specified, only the number of MAC addresses in the table is displayed.

<port number>

port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7
port-channel:
1..10

for HW_revision–1vX
pon-port:
0..1

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

show mac include mac

<MAC>

XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

Show MAC table for the specified MAC address

show mac include mac <MAC> mask <MAC> [count]

<MAC>

XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

Show MAC table for the specified range of MAC addresses.
When specifying [count] – print only the number of entries

show mac include vlan <VLAN> [count]

<VLAN>

1-4094

Show MAC table for the specified VLAN.

When specifying [count] – print only the number of entries

show mac exclude interface <PORT TYPE> <PORT NUMBER> [count]

<PORT TYPE>

10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Show the MAC table for all ports, excluding the selected port on the specified interface.
When specifying [count] – print only the number of entries

<PORT NUMBER>

port number according to type:
10G-front-port:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7
port-channel:
1..10

for HW_revision–1vX
pon-port:
0..1

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

show mac exclude mac

<MAC>

XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

Show a MAC table, excluding the specified

show mac exclude mac <MAC> mask <MAC> [count]

<MAC>

XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

Show a MAC table, excluding the specified range of addresses.

When specifying [count] – print only the number of entries

show mac exclude vlan <VLAN> [count]

<VLAN>

1-4094

Show a MAC table, excluding the specified VLAN.

When specifying [count] – print only the number of entries

show vlan [<VLAN ID>]

<VLAN ID>

1-4094

Show information on VLAN

show interfaces acl <PORT TYPE> <PORT NUMBER>

<PORT TYPE>


10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Viewing assigned access lists and policies

<PORT NUMBER>

port number according to type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7
port-channel:
1..10

for HW_revision–1vX
pon-port:
0..1

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

show interfaces utilization <PORT TYPE> <PORT NUMBER>

<PORT TYPE>


10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Show the state of loading of the specified port on data transfer/receive:
Last utilization counters – port load average;
5m:00s utilization average – values averaged over a 5-minute interval

<PORT NUMBER>

port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7

for HW_revision–1vX
pon-port:
0..1

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3

show channel-group counters port-channel

<PORT NUMBER>

1..10

Show LACP counters for each of the aggregated ports of a specified group (e.g. port-channel 1) in case of dynamic aggregation

show channel-group hw port-channel

<PORT NUMBER>

1..10

Show the state of the specified group and ports in it both during static and dynamic aggregation

show channel-group lacp port-channel

<PORT NUMBER>

1..10

Show LACP protocol status for the specified group (e.g. port-channel 1) in case of dynamic aggregation

show channel-group summary port-channel

<PORT NUMBER>

1..10

Show port state for the specified group (e.g. port-channel 1)

show cntrset <DEVICE ID> <TXQ MIB COUNTERS>

<DEVICE ID>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..1            0

The command is used as a diagnostic tool:
cntrset 0 and 1 counts the packets at the output and can be configured for a specific VLAN, port, priority queue or all together.

<TXQ MIB COUNTERS>

0..1          0..1

show class-map



Show created class-map

show qos



Show queue configuration

show qos cpu



Show queue binding settings for CPU

show access-list



Show all access control lists and filters

show running-config



Show current equipment configuration

show spanning-tree
bridge instance

<INSTANCE ID>

1..15

Show STP status for the bridge (if MSTP mode is used, each individual status is displayed)

show spanning-tree active instance

<INSTANCE ID>

1..15

Show STP status for interfaces (when using MSTP mode, the status of each interface is displayed separately)

show spanning-tree mst-configuration



Show MSTP settings

show spanning-tree interface

<PORT>

10G-front-port/
front-port/
port-channel

Show STP status for the specified interfaces

<PORT NUMBER>

port number
according to
the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7
port-channel:
1..10

for HW_revision–1vX

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

show spanning-tree
bpdu



Show method of processing bpdu-
packets for interfaces with
disabled STP function

show bridging

<PORT>


10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Show port-to-port connection settings

<PORT NUMBER>

port number
according to
the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7
port-channel:
1..10

for HW_revision–1vX
pon-port:
0..1

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

show isolation group

<GROUP ID>

0..29

Show configuration of the specified port isolation groups

show isolation vlan

<VLAN ID>

1..4094

Show port isolation configuration for specified VLANs

show ip igmp snooping groups [vlan <VLAN ID>]

<VLAN ID>

1..4094

Show multicast groups added via IGMP

show ip igmp snooping vlan <VLAN ID> config

<VLAN ID>

0..4094

Show IGMP configuration parameters:
1-4094 – for the specified VLAN;
0 – for all VLANs.

show ip igmp snooping vlan <VLAN ID> hosts

<VLAN ID>

0..4094

Show registered groups:
1-4094 – for the specified VLAN;
0 – for all VLANs.

show ip igmp snooping vlan <VLAN ID> mrouter

<VLAN ID>

0..4094

Show static group configuration:
1-4094 – for the specified VLAN;
0 – for all VLANs.

show ip arp table



Show ARP repeater table

show ip arp inspection



Show ARP inspection parameters

show ip route



Display L3 routing mode status

show ipv6 mld snooping groups [vlan <VLAN ID>]

<VLAN ID>

1..4094

Show multicast groups added via MLD

show ipv6 mld snooping vlan <VLAN ID> config

<VLAN ID>

0..4094

Show MLD configuration parameters:
1-4094 – for the specified VLAN;
0 – for all VLANs.

show ipv6 mld snooping vlan <VLAN ID> hosts

<VLAN ID>

0..4094

Show registered MLD groups:
1-4094 – for the specified VLAN;
0 – for all VLANs.

show ipv6 mld snooping vlan <VLAN ID> mrouter

<VLAN ID>

0..4094

Show configuration of all registered MLD groups:
1-4094 – for the specified VLAN;
0 – for all VLANs.

show ethercat arp table



Show EtherCAT ARP table

show sfp

<PORT>

10G-front-port/
front-port/

Show status of installed sfp modules

<PORT NUMBER>

port number
according to
the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3

show cpu input-rate detailed



Show number of packets intercepted for each traffic type

show lldp configuration



Show current LLDP configuration

show lldp local [interface <PORT TYPE> <PORT NUMBER>]

<PORT TYPE>

10G-front-port/
front-port/

Show information on local ports

<PORT NUMBER>

port number
according to
the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3

show lldp neighbors [interface <PORT TYPE> <PORT NUMBER>]

<PORT TYPE>

10G-front-port/
front-port/

Show neighbour information

<PORT NUMBER>

port number
according to
the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3

show lldp statistics [interface <PORT TYPE> <PORT-NUMBER>]

<PORT TYPE>

10G-front-port/
front-port/

Show statistics on LLDP packets

<PORT-NUMBER>

port number
according to
the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3

show erps



Show information on ERPSv2 protocol configuration

show erps vlan <VLAN ID>

<VLAN ID>

1..4094

Show detailed information on ERPSv2 protocol configuration for the specified VLAN ID

clear counters <PORT TYPE> <PORT-NUMBER>

<PORT TYPE>

10G-front-port/
front-port/

Clear counters for selected interfaces

<PORT-NUMBER>

port number
according to
the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3

clear mac



Clear MAC table

clear mac interface <PORT TYPE> <PORT-NUMBER>

<PORT TYPE>

10G-front-port/
front-port/

Clear MAC table for the specified interfaces

<PORT-NUMBER>

port number
according to
the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3

clear mac vlan

<VLAN ID>

1..4094

Clear MAC table for the specified VLAN ID

clear cpu input-rate



Clear the counter of intercepted messages for each traffic type

clear storm <PORT TYPE> <PORT NUMBER>

<PORT TYPE>

10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port

Unlock the interface blocked by the storm

<PORT NUMBER>

port number
according to
the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7

for HW_revision–1vX
pon-port:
0..1

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3

clear lldp neighbor [interface <PORT TYPE> <PORT-NUMBER>]

<PORT TYPE>

10G-front-port/
front-port

Clear statistics for LLDP packets

<PORT NUMBER>

port number
according to
the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..7

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3

debug/no debug fdb



Enable/disable autofill debugging of MAC table

debug/no debug fdb duplicate



Enable/disable debugging of duplicate MAC address appearance.

debug/no debug cfg-manager routine



Enable/disable general debugging of configuration manager operation

debug/no debug cfg-manager errors



Enable/disable error debugging in configuration manager operation

debug/no debug events port



Display/do not display port state change events

debug/no debug events unknown



Display/do not display other status change events

debug/no debug packet rx [<VLAN ID>]

<VLAN ID>

1..4094

Enable/disable debugging of packages received by the processor

debug/no debug packet tx [<VLAN ID>]

<VLAN ID>

1..4094

Enable/disable debugging of packets transmitted by the processor

debug/no debug igmp fdb



Enable/disable FDB access debugging

debug /no debug igmp query



Enable/disable IGMP query general membership debugging

debug/no debug igmp group



Enable/disable IGMP group membership debugging

debug/no debug igmp packet



Enable/disable debugging of received/transmitted IGMP packets

debug/no debug vlan



Enable/disable VLAN creation/delete/update debugging

debug/no debug vlan pvid



Enable/disable VLAN PVID creation/delete/update debugging

debug/no debug lacp



Enable/disable LACP debugging

debug/no debug lacp packet



Enable/disable LACP message debugging

debug/no debug spanning-tree commmon



Enable/disable general STP debugging

debug spanning-tree errors



Enable/disable STP errors debugging

debug/no debug ifm



Enable/disable IFM debugging

debug/no debug locks



Enable/disable debugging of all mutex/semaphor busy/release messages

debug/no debug mod-int



Enable/disable debugging of the message interface between modules

debug/no debug iprouting common



Enable/disable general IP routing debugging

debug/no debug iprouting errors



Enable/disable IP routing errors debugging

debug/no debug arp common



Enable/disable general ARP messages debugging

debug/no debug arp errors



Enable/disable ARP error messages debugging

debug / no debug port-state-check



Enable/disable port tracking service debugging

debug / no debug tti



Enable/disable debugging by tti rules

debug / no debug lldp



Enable/disable LLDP message debugging

debug / no debug acl



Enable/disable debugging of ACL events

debug / no debug dsa <VALUE>

<VALUE>

rx/
tx/
ingress-filter/
remote-dev/
sdma/
rx-loopback

Enable/disable packet interceptor debugging

debug / no debug erps



Enable/disable ERPS message debugging

Switch terminal configuration mode

To proceed to configuring the switch terminal, execute the configure terminal command.

LTP-8X(switch)# configure terminal
LTP-8X(switch)(config)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Display command entry rules

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

no



The use of a negative form of a command

port-channel load-balance ip



Balance the load in the channel group by destination IP address

port-channel load-balance ip-l4



Balance the load in the channel group by destination IP address and L4

port-channel load-balance mac



Balance the load in the channel group by destination MAC address

port-channel load-balance mac-ip



Balance the load in the channel group by destination IP address and MAC address

port-channel load-balance mac-ip-l4



Balance the load in the channel group by destination IP address, MAC address and L4

port-channel l4-long-hash <VALUE>

<VALUE>

enable/
disable

Set the load-balancing mode using l4-hash

port-channel ipv6-hash-mode <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1
2
3
4

Set the load-balancing mode using the ipv6-hash-mode:

  • 1- use low SIP, DIP bits and flow tag;
  • 2- use high SIP, DIP bits and flow tag;
  • 3- use low and high SIP, DIP bits and flow tag;
  • 4- use low SIP, DIP bits

cntrset <VALUE1> <VALUE2> <VALUE3> <VALUE4> <VALUE5> <VALUE6>

<VALUE1>

LTP-8X:     LTP-4X:
0..1             0

Set the advanced counter to the specified port:

  • PORT – port number
  • 0..27 – set to a port from this range;
  • аll – dock the counter;
  • cpu – set to a port on the CPU

<VALUE2>

0..1

<VALUE3>

0..27/
all/
cpu

<VALUE4>

1..4094/
all

<VALUE5>

0..7/
all

<VALUE6>

0..1/
all

commit



Accept changes in the current configuration

[no ]mirror <VALUE1> interface <VALUE2> <VALUE3>

<VALUE1>

rx/tx

Assign/delete – port for mirroring received/transmitted traffic

<VALUE2>

10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

<VALUE3>

port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7/0..1*
*for HW_revision–1vX
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

[no ]mirror <TRAFFIC TYPE> analyzer <VALUE2> <VALUE3>

<VALUE1>

rx/tx

Set/delete destination port for mirroring and analysis of received/transmitted traffic

<VALUE2>

10G-front-port/
front-port/
port-channel

<VALUE3>

port number according to the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

[no ]mirror <VALUE1> vlan <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

rx/tx

Assign/delete VLAN list for mirroring received/transmitted traffic

<VALUE2>

VLAN list
(input without spaces, for example:
1-4,7,100)

[no ]mirror <VALUE1> added-tag-config vlan <VALUE2> [user prio <VALUE3>]

<VALUE1>

rx/tx

Set/remove the 802.1q tag value for the specified VLAN that can be added to the mirrored received/transmitted traffic and the COS priority (set to 0 by default).

<VALUE2>

1..4094

<VALUE3>

0..7/
0 is default

[no ]mirror add-tag



Add/do not add 802.1q tag to analyzed traffic

[no ]vlan <VLAN ID>

<VLAN ID>

VLAN list
(input without spaces, for example:
1-4,7,100)

Go to configuring the specified VLAN/VLAN list

isolation group <VALUE>

<VALUE>

group list
(input without spaces, for example:
1-4,7,29)

Go to editing the specified group/isolation group list

[no ]lacp system-priority <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0..65535

Set/remove LACP system priority

mac access-list extended <VALUE>

<VALUE>

MAC access-list name

Go to editing the specified mac access list

ip access-list extended <VALUE>

<VALUE>

IP access-list name

Go to editing the specified ip access list

[no ]ip igmp snooping



Use/do not use IGMP snooping

ip igmp unregistered ip4-mc <VALUE>

<VALUE>

drop/flood

Reject/pass unregistered IPv4 group mailing traffic

[no ]ip igmp proxy report enable



Enable IGMP Proxy mode

[no ]ip igmp proxy report range <VALUE> from <VLAN_ID> to <VLAN_ID>

<VALUE>

range of IP addresses
in format of A.B.C.D E.F.G.H

Specify the range of multicast groups, for which IGMP report should be proxied to the specified VLAN from the specified VLANs

<VLAN_ID>

1..4094

[no ]ipv6 mld snooping



Use/do not use MLD snooping

ipv6 mld unregistered ip6-mc <VALUE>

<VALUE>

drop/flood

Reject/pass unregistered IPv6 group mailing traffic

[no ]ipv6 mld proxy report enable



Enable MLD Proxy mode

[no ]ipv6 mld proxy report range <VALUE> from <VLAN_ID> to <VLAN_ID>

<VALUE>

range of IPv6 addresses in format of XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX
YYYY:YYYY:YYYY:YYYY

Specify the range of multicast groups, for which MLD report should be proxied to the specified VLAN from the specified VLANs

<VLAN_ID>

1..4094

[no ]ip arp inspection



Enable/disable ARP monitoring (ARP inspection function)

[no ]ip arp inspection static-table <IP address> <MAC> vlan <VLAN ID>

<IP ADDRESS>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

Add/remove IP + MAC + VLAN compliance to static table for ARP inspection

<MAC>

XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

<VLAN ID>

1..4094

[no ]ip routing



Enable/disable L3 routing mode

[no ]ip dhcp relay <IP ADDRESS>

<IP ADDRESS>

IP address in format of

XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

Set the DHCP Relay IP address

[no ]ip dhcp downlink bridging enable



Enable/disable DHCP packets to pass downwards

class-map <VALUE>

<VALUE>

Class-map name

Go to editing the specified class-map

policy-map <VALUE>

<VALUE>

Policy-map name

Go to editing the specified policy-map

spanning-tree
enable



Allow
STP usage

spanning-tree bpdu
filtering



Enable bpdu-package filter on interfaces with disabled STP

spanning-tree bpdu
flooding



Enable a mode in which non-tagged bpdu packets are transmitted and tagged packets are filtered on interfaces with disabled STP

spanning-tree
priority <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0..61440
The value should
be a multiple of 4096

Set the priority of the STP binder tree.

spanning-tree
hello <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1..10

Set the time to send hello packs

spanning-tree
maxage <VALUE>

<VALUE>

6..40

Set bpdu packet waiting time value

spanning-tree
fdelay <VALUE>

<VALUE>

4..30

Set the transmission
delay time

spanning-tree
holdcount <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1..10

Set the maximum number of bpdu packets
received by the device
within a second

spanning-tree mode <VALUE>

<VALUE>

mst/rstp/stp

Set the MSTP/RSTP/STP operation mode

spanning-tree mst
configuration



Move to
MSTP configuration
mode

spanning-tree mst
max-hops <VALUE>

<VALUE>

6..40

Set the maximum radius of the
ring for STP

[no ]lldp lldpdu <VALUE>

<VALUE>

filtering/

flooding

Set LLDP packet processing mode

[no ]lldp enable



Enable/disable LLDP

[no ]lldp hold-multiplier <VALUE>

<VALUE>

2..10

Set the amount of time for the receiver to keep LLDP packets before dropping them

[no ]lldp timer <VALUE>

<VALUE>

5..32768

Set the LLDP update sending period

[no ]lldp reinit <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1..10

Set LLDP reinitialization time

[no ]lldp tx-delay <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1..8192

Set the delay between subsequent LLDP packet transfers

[no ]erps enable



Enable/disable ERPS protocol

erps vlan <VLAN ID>

<VLAN ID>

1..4094

Switch to the ERPS ring editing mode with R-APS VLAN ID

[no ]qos default <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0..7

Set the default priority queue

[no ]qos type <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0/1/2/3

Set the distribution by the specified priority field of the «Field type» package:

  • 0 – all priorities are equal;
  • 1 – 802.1p;
  • 2 – DSCP/TOS;
  • 3 – DSCP/TOS or 802.1p

[no ]qos map <VALUE1> <VALUE2>

to <VALUE3>

<VALUE1>

0/1

Set/unselect the priority queue for this type of packages:
TYPE – queue type:

  • 0 – use 802.1p queues, WORD parameter value is selected from the range [0..7];
  • 1 – use DSCP/TOS queues, WORD parameter value is selected from the range [0..63];

PRIORITY QUEUE – priority queue number in a range of 0 to 7.

<VALUE2>

0..7/
0..63

<VALUE3>

0..7

[no ]qos wrr enable [<VALUE>

<VALUE>

1-8

Enable/disable the priority queue processing mode on the switch. The digit sets the number of WRR queues in SP+WRR mode.

qos wrr queues <VALUE1> <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

7..0

Set the buffer size for each of the queues on the switch (in order, from 7 to 0 queues)

<VALUE2>

1..255

[no ]qos cpu rate-limit <VALUE1> <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>








arp/
green-replication/
icmpv6/
igmp/
lacp/
mgmt/
mgmt-pon/
pon-interception/
route-mgmt-ip/
route-no-route/
route-reject/
route-vlan-ip/
stp/
yellow-replication

Set/unlimit the number of packets intercepted for sending to the CPU:

  • type – traffic type;
  • rate – number of packets per second

<VALUE2>

1..10000

[no ]qos cpu wrr enable



Enable/disable wrr priority queue processing mode on CPU

qos cpu wrr queues <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1..255

Set the buffer size for each of the queues on the CPU

qos cpu quota queues <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1..255

Set the buffer size for each of the queues on the CPU

qos cpu replication-task-priority <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0..19

Set priority to process system traffic replication to CPU

[no ]qos cpu replication-swap-queues



Invert green and yellow packet replication queue processing mechanisms on CPU

[no ]qos cpu input-rate



Enable/disable CPU packet transfer restriction

Switch interface configuration mode

To proceed to the configuration of the selected switch interface you should execute the interface <type> <X> command, where <type> – interface type, <X> – interface number.

Correspondence of types and numbering of interfaces is given in the table:

The interface

Quantity

Enumeration

10G-front-port

2

[0..1]

front-port

LTP-8X

8

[0..7]

LTP-4X

4

[0..3]

pon-port

LTP-8X

8

[0..7] /[0..1*]
for HW_revision–1vX

LTP-8X(switch)(config)# interface front-port 0
LTP-8X(switch)(config-if)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Display command entry rules

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

no



The use of a negative form of a command

description <VALUE>

<VALUE>

String, 31 characters max.

Assign a description for the specified interface

[no ]shutdown



Disable/enable the current interface

[no ]802.1ad



Enable the mode of passing only double-tag packets through upstream interface

[no ]multicast loopback enable



Enable/disable multicast traffic between ONTs of one PON channel

flow-control <VALUE>

<VALUE>

on/off

Enable/disable flow control (IEEE 802.3x PAUSE)

[no ]ip arp inspection trusted



Add/remove the interface to the list of «trusted»

when using ARP control. The ARP traffic of the 'trusted' interface is considered safe and is not monitored.

[no ]ip arp inspection static-table <IP> <MAC> <VLAN ID>

<IP>

<MAC>


<VLAN ID>

IP address in format of A.B.C.D/

MAC address in format of XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

1..4094

Add/remove new IP + MAC + VLAN compliance to static table for ARP inspection

snmp trap mac-notification <VALUE>

<VALUE>

added/
removed

Enable/disable mac notification trap

[no ]ingress-filtering



Enable/disable incoming packet filtering mode

frame-types all



Pass
untagged, tagged (prioritized tagged) and
tagged (VLAN-tagged) packets

frame-types tagged



Pass only tagged (VLAN-tagged) packets

pvid <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1..4094

Set the port PVID

pup <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0..7

Set port user priority (802.1p tag for untagged traffic)

bridging to

<port type>


10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Set bridge mode to communicate with the specified port

<port number>

port number according to the type:

for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7/0..1*
*for HW_revision–1vX
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

spanning-tree enable



Allow STP usage

spanning-tree priority


0…240
The value should be
a multiple of 16.

Set the priority of the STP binder tree.

spanning-tree pathcost


0..200000000

Set a method for defining the value of the path for the STP protocol. 0 – define automatically

spanning-tree admin-p2p


auto/
force-false/
force-true

Sets p2p connection definition type

  • auto – the definition is based on bpdu;
  • force-false – forced link as p2p;
  • force-true – forced link as a non p2p

spanning-tree admin-edge



Enable the mode in which the port, when the link is brought up, immediately switches to the transmission state

spanning-tree auto-edge



Enable automatic connection detection mode

spanning-tree mst instance priority



Set the priority for this switch over others using a shared MSTP instance.


spanning-tree mst instance pathcost


0…240
The value should be
a multiple of 16.

Set the interface priority in an MSTP instance. The priority value should be a multiple of 16.

service-acl <type> <name>

<type>

mac / ip

Assign the ACL by name

<name>

string 0-255 characters long

service-policy <VALUE>

<VALUE>

String 0-255 characters long

Assign the policy by name

lldp mode <VALUE>

<VALUE>

disable /
receive-only /
transmit-only /
transmit-receive

Set LLDPDU sending mode

[no ]lldp optional-tlv <VALUE>

<VALUE>

802.1 /
802.3 /
mgmt-address /
none /
port-desc /
sys-cap /
sys-desc /
sys-name

Add optional TLVs to sent LLDPDUs

[no ]lldp optional-tlv 802.1 <VALUE>

<VALUE>

link-aggregation /
management-vid /
ppvid /
protocol /
vid-usage-digest /
vlan-name

Add optional 802.1 TLVs to sent LLDPDUs

[no ]lldp optional-tlv 802.1 protocol add/remove <VALUE>

<VALUE>

lacp /
mstp /
rstp/
stp

Add/remove optional 802.1 protocol TLVs to sent LLDPDUs

[no ]lldp optional-tlv 802.1 vlan-name add/remove <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1-4094

Add/remove optional 802.1 vlan-name TLVs to sent LLDPDUs

[no ]lldp optional-tlv 802.3 <VALUE>

<VALUE>

mac-phy /

max-frame-size

Add/remove optional 802.3 TLVs to sent LLDPDUs

rate-limit <TYPE> <SHAPER> <BURST> [LOGGING [SHUTDOWN <TIME>]]

<TYPE>

bc/mc/uu

Set the speed limit level for broadcast (Kbps) and the maximum continuous packet length (in bytes) for
broadcast/multicast/unknown unicast traffic. The logging and shutdown commands allow logging an event and disabling the port for a specified time.

<SHAPER>

1..10000000

<BURST>

1..1000000000

<TIME>

30-86400

no rate-limit <VALUE>

<VALUE>

bc/mc/uu

Cancel the speed limit mode for the specified type

shaper <SHAPER> <BURST>

<SHAPER>

193..789000

Configure the bandwidth limit on the interface (Kbps), and the maximum continuous transmission length of a packet (in bytes)

<BURST>

1..4000

no shaper



Cancel bandwidth limit on the interface

speed auto



Set autodetect speed and duplex on port

speed <SPEED> <DUPLEX>

<SPEED>

10/100/1000/10G

Set the speed and duplex mode for this interface

<DUPLEX>

full/half

channel-group port-channel <VALUE> [force]

<VALUE>

1..10

Add the specified port to the channel group

no channel-group



Exclude this interface from the channel group

[no ]lacp port-priority <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0..65535

Set/remove LACP priority on port

[no ]lacp mode <VALUE>

<VALUE>

active/
passive

Set/remove LACP operation mode

Configuration mode for the interface of the aggregation group

To proceed to configuring the selected interface of the aggregation group, execute the interface port-channel <X> command, where <X> – interface number.

LTP-8X(switch)(config)# interface port-channel 1
LTP-8X(switch)(config-if)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Display command entry rules

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

no



The use of a negative form of a command

description <VALUE>

<VALUE>

String of up to 31 characters

Assign a description for the specified interface

[no ]shutdown



Disable/enable the current interface

[no ]802.1ad



Enable the mode of passing only double-tag packets

flow-control on



Enable/disable flow control (IEEE 802.3x PAUSE)

[no ]ip arp inspection trusted



Add/remove the interface to the list of «trusted»

when using ARP control. The ARP traffic of the 'trusted' interface is considered
safe and is not monitored.

[no ]ip arp inspection static-table <IP> <MAC> <VLAN ID>

<IP>

IP address in format of A.B.C.D/

Add/remove new IP + MAC + VLAN compliance to static table for ARP inspection

<MAC>

MAC address in format of XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

<VLAN ID>

1..4094

snmp trap mac-notification <VALUE>

<VALUE>

added/removed

Enable mac- notification for a specified event

[no ]ingress-filtering



Enable/disable incoming packet filtering mode

frame-types all



Pass untagged, priority-tagged and VLAN-tagged packets

frame-types tagged



Pass only VLAN-tagged packets

pvid <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1..4094

Set the port PVID

pup <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0..7

Set port user priority (802.1p tag for untagged traffic)

bridging to

<Port type>


10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Set the bridge mode for communication with the specified port

<port number>

port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7/0..1*
*for HW_revision–1vX
port-channel:
<1..10>

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

mode lacp



Enable LACP (Link Aggregation Control Protocol)

mode static



Use static port configuration

speed <SPEED> <DUPLEX>

<SPEED>

10/100/1000/10G

Set the speed and duplex for interfaces in this group

<DUPLEX>

full/half

spanning-tree enable



Allow STP usage

spanning-tree priority <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0…240
The value should be
a multiple of 16.

Set the priority of the STP binder tree. The priority value should be a multiple of 16.

spanning-tree pathcost

<VALUE>

The parameter can take values <0...200000000>.

Set a method for defining the value of the path for the STP protocol.

spanning-tree admin-p2p <VALUE>

<VALUE>

auto/
force-false/
force-true

Sets connection definition type p2p:

  • auto – determination is based on bpdu;
  • force-false – forced link as p2p;
  • force-true – forced link as non p2p

spanning-tree admin-edge



Enable the mode in which the port, when the link is brought up, immediately switches to the transmission state

spanning-tree mst instance priority



Set the priority for this switch over others using a shared MSTP instance.

spanning-tree mst instance pathcost <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0…240
The value should be a multiple of 16.

Set the interface priority in an MSTP instance. The priority value should be a multiple of 16.

service-acl <type> <name>

<TYPE>

mac / ip

Assign the ACL by name

<NAME>

string 0-255 characters long

service-policy <VALUE>

<VALUE>

String 0-255 characters long

Assign the policy by name

VLAN/VLAN group configuration mode

To proceed to the configuration of the selected VLANs, execute the vlan <X> command, where <X> is the VLAN number or the list of VLANs (without spaces, comma or hyphen to specify intervals, for example: 1-4,7,100).

LTP-8X(switch)(config)# vlan 1
LTP-8X(switch)(config-vlan)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Display list of possible commands

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

no



The use of a negative form of a command

tagged

<port type>


10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Add port to VLAN as tagged

<port number>



port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7/0..1*
*for HW_revision–1vX
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

untagged

<port type>


10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Add port to VLAN as untagged

<port number>

port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7/0..1*
*for HW_revision–1vX
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

forbidden

<port type>


10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Delete specified port from VLAN

<port number>

port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7/0..1*
*for HW_revision–1vX
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

mac duplication allow



Allow MAC address replication

isolation enable



Enable port isolation within a given VLAN

isolation assign group <GROUP> to <PORT TYPE> <PORT NUMBER>

<GROUP>

0..29

Create a port isolation group for this VLAN that includes the specified ports

<PORT TYPE>

10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

<PORT NUMBER>

port number according to the type:
for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7/0..1*
*for HW_revision–1vX
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

[no ]ip igmp version <VALUE>

<VALUE>

v1-only/

v1-v2/
v1-v2-v3/
v1-v3/
v2-only/
v2-v3/
v3-only

Set IGMP version/mode version compatibility

[no ]ip igmp query-interval <VALUE>

<VALUE>

30..600

Set/reset to default the General Query sending interval

[no ]ip igmp query-response-interval <VALUE>

<VALUE>

5..200

Set/reset to default the Query reply waiting interval

[no ]ip igmp robustness <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1..10

Set the reliability variable for this VLAN

[no ]ip igmp last-member-query-interval

<VALUE>

1..25

Set/reset to default the last participant request interval for the given VLAN, in seconds

[no ]ip igmp snooping enable



Enable/disable IGMP snooping for this VLAN

[no ]ip igmp snooping static <ip> <port type> <port number>

<ip>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

Add/remove static IGMP group

<port type>

10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

<port number>

port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7/0..1*
*for HW_revision–1vX
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

[no ]ip igmp snooping replace source-ip

<VALUE>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

Enable/disable source-ip address spoofing in IGMP packets for this VLAN

ip igmp snooping mrouter <Value> <port type> <port number>

<VALUE>


add/del

10G-front-port/
front-port/
port-channel

Add/remove the port that is connected to a multicast router for the selected VLAN.

<port number>

port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

[no ]ip igmp snooping querier dscp

<VALUE>

0..63

Set/reset to the default DSCP value for Query generators

[no ]ip igmp snooping querier enable



Enable/disable Querier operation

[no ]ip igmp snooping querier address

<VALUE>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

Set/reset the querier ip address for the selected VLAN

[no ]ip igmp snooping querier fast-leave



Use/do not use immediate group disconnection for this VLAN

[no ]ip igmp snooping querier user-prio

<VALUE>

0..7

Set/reset to default 802.1p priority for IGMP packets

[no ]ipv6 mld version <VALUE>

<VALUE>

v1-only/

v1-v2

Set MLD version/mode version compatibility

[no ]ipv6 mld query-interval

<VALUE>

30..600

Set/reset to default the General Query sending interval

[no ]ipv6 mld query-response-interval

<VALUE>

5..200

Set/reset to default the Query reply waiting interval

[no ]ipv6 mld robustness

<VALUE>

1..10

Set the reliability variable for this VLAN

[no ]ipv6 mld last-member-query-interval

<VALUE>

1..25

Set/reset to default the last participant request interval for the given VLAN, in seconds

[no ]ipv6 mld snooping enable



Enable/disable MLD snooping for this VLAN

ipv6 mld snooping mrouter <VALUE> <PORT TYPE> <PORT NUMBER>

<VALUE>

add/del

Add/remove the port that is connected to a multicast router for the selected VLAN.

<PORT TYPE>

10G-front-port/
front-port/
port-channel

<PORT NUMBER>

port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

ip/no ipv6 mld snooping querier dscp

<VALUE>

0..63

Set/reset to the default DSCP value for Query generators

[no ]ipv6 mld snooping querier enable



Enable/disable Querier operation

[no ]ipv6 mld snooping querier fast-leave



Use/do not use immediate group disconnection for this VLAN

[no ]ip igmp snooping querier user-prio

<VALUE>

0..7

Set/reset to default 802.1p priority for MLD packets

[no ]ip arp inspection



Enable/disable ARP monitoring (ARP inspection function) in the current VLAN

[no ]ip address <IP>[/<MASK>]

<IP>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

Assign/reset IP address for interface in this VLAN

<MASK>

mask in format of
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX or in decimal format

[no ]ip dhcp relay <IP>

<IP>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

Specify the DHCP relay address to which DHCP requests in this VLAN will be redirected

[no ]ip dhcp relaying



Enable/disable DHCP request redirection functionality in this VLAN

[no ]name

<WORD>

string, 31 characters max.

Assign/reset to default name for this VLAN. The symbol " (double quotes) is used only to indicate the beginning and end of the line.

[no ]multicast loopback enable



Enable/disable multicast traffic between ONTs of one PON channel in the current VLAN

Isolation group configuration mode

To proceed to the configuration of the selected isolation groups, execute the isolation group <X> command, where <X> is the number of the isolation group, or the list of groups (without spaces, comma or hyphen to specify intervals, for example: 0-4,7,29).

LTP-8X(switch)(config)# isolation group 1
LTP-8X(switch)(config-vlan)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Display list of possible commands

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

[no ]allow <PORT TYPE> <PORT NUMBER>

<PORT TYPE>


10G-front-port/
front-port/
pon-port/
port-channel

Enabling/disabling interface in isolation group

<PORT NUMBER>

port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
pon-port:
0..7/0..1*
*for HW_revision–1vX
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
pon-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

Ip access-list extended configuration mode

To proceed to the configuration of ip access list you should execute the ip access-list extended <NAME> command, where <NAME> – name of the access-list.

LTP-8X(switch)(config)# ip access-list extended filter1
LTP-8X(switch)(config-ip-al)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Display list of possible commands

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

no



The use of a negative form of a command

[no ]offset-list <VALUE1> <VALUE2> <VALUE3> <VALUE4> <VALUE5> [<VALUE2-5>]

<VALUE1>

offset-list name

Set bit mask filtering settings

<VALUE2>

l3 l4

<VALUE3>

0-23 0-89

<VALUE4>

00-FF

<VALUE5>

00-FF

deny

<VALUE>

any/
proto/
tcp/
udp

Configure prohibition filtering rules

permit

<VALUE>

any/
proto/
tcp/
udp

Configure prohibition filtering rules

remove index

<VALUE>

1-20

Delete the rule with the specified index

Class-map configuration mode

To proceed to configuring class-map you should execute the class-map <NAME> command, where <NAME> is the name of class-map. 

LTP-8X(switch)(config)# class-map class1
LTP-8X(switch)(config-class 'class1')#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Display list of possible commands

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

match access-group

<NAME>

Access-list name

Bind access-list to traffic class

remove access-group

<NAME>

Access-list name

Unbind access-list from traffic class

Policy-map configuration mode

To proceed to configuring policy-map you should execute the policy-map <NAME> command, where <NAME> is the name of policy-map.

LTP-8X(switch)(config)# policy-map policy1
LTP-8X(switch)(policy-class 'policy2')#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Display list of possible commands

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

no



The use of a negative form of a command

[no ]class

<NAME>

Class-map name

Map class-map to politics

To proceed to configuring class-map you should execute the class <NAME> command in the policy-map section, where <NAME> is the name of class-map.

LTP-8X(switch)(config)# class class1
LTP-8X(switch)(traffic-class 'class1')#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Display list of possible commands

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

no



The use of a negative form of a command

cos

<VALUE>

0-7

Set the priority

dscp

<VALUE>

0-63

Set DSCP

queue

<VALUE>

0-7

Set the priority queue

Erps configuration mode

To switch to configuring erps you should execute the erps vlan <VLAN ID> command, where <VLAN ID> is the VLAN number.

LTP-8X(switch)(config)# erps vlan
LTP-8X(switch)(config-erps)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

help



Display list of possible commands

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

history



Display the history of entered commands

no



The use of a negative form of a command

port <VALUE1> <VALUE2> <VALUE3>

<VALUE1>

east/west

Specify east/west ports

<VALUE2>

10G-front-port/
front-port/
port-channel

<VALUE3>


port number according to type:


for LTP-8X:
10G-front-port: 0..1
front-port:
0..7
port-channel:
1..10

for LTP-4X:
10G-front-port:
0..1
front-port:
0..3
port-channel:
1..10

protected vlan <VALUE1> <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

add/remove

Add/remove protected VLAN range

<VALUE2>

1-4094

revertive



Set the revertive mode

rpl <VALUE1> <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

east/west

Assign the RPL port owner/neighbor

<VALUE2>

neighbour/owner

ring enable



Activate the ring

sub-ring vlan <VALUE> [tc-propogation]

<VALUE>

1-4094

Specify the subring

timer guard <VALUE>

<VALUE>

10-2000

Set the reconnection delay time

timer holdoff <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0-10000

Set the delay time before sending R-APS SF when a gap is detected

timer wtr <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1-12

Set the delay time of ring transition to IDLE state after rupture

level <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0-7

Set OAM ERPS message level

switch <VALUE1> <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

forced/manual

Set switching mode

<VALUE2>

east/west

clear



Clear timers and ring status

GPON configuration

This section describes the commands to configure ONT, configure GPON interfaces, ONT/OLT profiles, ONT templates.
To proceed to configuring GPON, execute the configure terminal command from the main Top view section.

LTP-8X# configure terminal
LTP-8X(config)#

ONT configuration is in progress

To proceed to the configuration of ONT you need to go to the corresponding view with the interface ont <port>/<ID> command, where <port> - GPON-port, <ID> - ONT id.

LTP-8X(config)# interface ont 0/0
LTP-8X(config)(if-ont-0/0)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

?



Show list of available commands

ber interval

<VALUE>

0-4294967294/
none

The number of packets on which ONT calculates the error rate. At the end of the interval, ONT sends a REI message

ber update-period

<VALUE>

1-600000

The interval in seconds that defines the period for which the ONT error rate request is made.

broadcast-downstream enable



Enable broadcast traffic transmission

broadcast-downstream filter



Enable filtering of tagged broadcast traffic

description



Set the ONT description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

easy-mode



Activation of a preset configuration on ONT for easy-mode use

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

fec



Enable forward error correction (FEC)

no



The use of a negative form of a command

omci-error-tolerant



Skip errors that occurred when configuring ONT via OMCI

password

<VALUE>

string,
10 characters max.

Set password for ONT.
Default password is 0000000000

pppoe-sessions-unlimit



Disable the number of x-ray sessions limit for ONT

profile <VALUE1> <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>


management/
ports/
shaping/
voice/

Assign control/port/bandwidth limit/telephony profile

<VALUE2>

Name of the created profile

rf-port-state disabled



Disabling RF port on ONT via OMCI

rf-port-state enabled



Enabling RF port on ONT via OMCI

rf-port-state no-change



Do not change the RF port state on ONT via OMCI

serial

<VALUE>

Serial number in one of three formats:
AAAAXXXXXXXX/
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX/
XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX,
where A – latin uppercase letters, X – hexadecimal digits [0-F].

Set the ONT serial number

service <VALUE1> profile cross-connect <VALUE2> dba <VALUE3> [selective-tunnel uvid <VALUE4>] [utilization-enable] [custom cvid <VALUE5> svid <VALUE6> cos <VALUE7>]

<VALUE1>

0-28

Set the configuration parameters for a given ONT service (profile, individual parameters)

<VALUE2>
<VALUE3>

Name of the created profile

<VALUE4>
<VALUE5>
<VALUE6>

1-4094

<VALUE7>

0-7

[no ]shutdown



Disable/enable the current ONT

template <VALUE>

<VALUE>

Name of the created template

Assign the template to ONT

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

voice dtmf mode <VALUE>

<VALUE>

in-band/out-of-band


voice fax-mode <VALUE>

<VALUE>




















passthru/t38




















Configuring Supply Services on ONT




















voice features call-presentation splash-ring

voice features call-presentation special-dialtone

voice features call-presentation visual

voice features call-presentation call-forward

voice features call-progress 3way

voice features call-progress transfer

voice features call-progress hold

voice features call-progress park

voice features call-progress not-disturb

voice features call-progress flash-on-emergency

voice features call-progress emergency-hold

voice features call-progress 6way

voice features call-wait enable

voice features call-wait call-id-annonce

voice features cid call-number

voice features cid call-name

voice features cid cid-block

voice features cid cid-number

voice features cid cid-name

voice features cid anon-cid-block

voice iphost static ip <VALUE1> mask <VALUE2> gateway <VALUE3>

<VALUE1>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

 Setting a static address for the telephony interface

<VALUE2>

mask in format of
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX or in decimal format

<VALUE3>

IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format

voice port <VALUE1> authentication validation <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

0/1

 Configuring additional telephony data






<VALUE2>

disable/
md5/
basic

voice port <VALUE1> authentication username <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

0/1

<VALUE2>

string

voice port <VALUE1> authentication password <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

0/1

<VALUE2>

string

voice port <VALUE1> authentication realm <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

0/1

<VALUE2>

string

voice port <VALUE1> number <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

0/1

<VALUE2>

string

voice port <VALUE1> physical gain <VALUE2> <VALUE3>

<VALUE1>

0/1

<VALUE2>

rx/tx

<VALUE3>

-12..6

voice port <VALUE1> physical impedance <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

0/1

<VALUE2>

600/
900/
750/
820/
1050

ONT profiles configuration

To configure ONT profiles, you need to go to the corresponding ONT profile using the profile <type> <name> command, where <type> - type, <name> - profile name.

LTP-8X(config)# profile cross-connect gpon
LTP-8X(config-cross-connect)(gpon)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

Cross-connect profile

?



Show list of available commands

bridge



Set the OMCI of the ONT interface to omci-bridge mode

bridge group

<VALUE>

1-255

Set the bridge group ID

description



Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

inner vid

<VALUE>

1-4094

Set the inner VLAN ID

inner vid terminal-vlan

<NAME>

The name of the terminal VLAN GPON network

Set the inner VLAN ID corresponding to terminal-vlan <name>.

iphost

<VALUE>

0-65535

Assign eid to the omci interface of ONT running in iphost mode (management/voice).

mac-table-limit

<VALUE>

1..126

Set a limit on the number of MAC addresses on the service

name

<NAME>


Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

outer vid

<VALUE>

1-4094

Set the outer VLAN ID

outer vid terminal-vlan

<NAME>


Set the outer VLAN ID corresponding to terminal-vlan <name>.

outer cos

<VALUE>

0..7/
unused

Set priority for traffic with outer VLAN ID

outer cos terminal-vlan

<NAME>


Set priority for traffic with external VLAN ID corresponding to terminal-vlan <name>.

priority

<VALUE>

0-7

Set the 802.1р priority

tag-mode


single-tagged/
double-tagged/
tunnel/
selective-tunnel

Set the operation mode of the interface to transmit dot1.q, 802.1q traffic, in tunneling or selective tunneling mode

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

type

<VALUE>

general/
iphost/
management/
multicast/
voice/

Set the type of service to be created on ONT

user vid

<VALUE>

1-4094/
untagged

User VLAN. With this VLAN ID traffic will come from the VEIP/UNI port of ONT.

user vid terminal-vlan

<NAME>

The name of the terminal VLAN GPON network

Set the VLAN ID to send to the VEIP/UNI port of ONT corresponding to the terminal-vlan <name>.

user cos

<VALUE>

0..7/
unused

Set priority for traffic with custom VLAN ID

user cos terminal-vlan

<NAME>

The name of the terminal VLAN GPON network

Set priority for traffic with user VLAN ID corresponding to terminal-vlan <name>.

Dba profile

?



Show list of available commands

alloc size

<VALUE>

0-194400

Set the block size for periodic-allocation

alloc period

<VALUE>

0|1|2|4|8|16|32

Set the frequency of providing a time slot for periodic-allocation

allocation-scheme allocate-new-t-cont



For each ONT service, allocate a separate T-CONT

allocation-scheme share-t-cont



Use the same T-CONT allocation for all ONT services

bandwidth besteffort

<VALUE>

0-1244000

Set the maximum bandwidth size for transmission

bandwidth fixed

<VALUE>

0-1244000

Set fixed bandwidth size for transmission

bandwidth guaranteed

<VALUE>

0-1244000

Set guaranteed bandwidth size for transmission

description

<NAME>

String with description

Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

name

<NAME>

String with name

Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

sla class <VALUE1> status-reporting <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>




cbr/
data/
periodic-
allocation/
type5/
voip

Set T-Cont container type

<VALUE2>

nsr/
type0/
type1

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

Management profile

?



Show list of available commands

description



Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

name

<NAME>


Set the profile name

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

no



The use of a negative form of a command

omci-configuration



Set the ONT interface TR configuration mode by OMCI

password

<VALUE>

string, 25 characters max.

Set the password that ONT will use to authenticate with the ACS server

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

url

<VALUE>

address in format of

http://<ip-addr>:<port>.

Set the address and port of the ACS server. For example,

http://192.168.200.1:9595/

username

<VALUE>

string, 25 characters max.

Set the username that ONT will use to authenticate with the ACS server

ont-config version <VALUE1> file <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

version value

Set the version of the RG configuration, if it does not match, the configuration file will be uploaded (for ONT Ericsson only)

<VALUE2>

file name

Ports profile

?



Show list of available commands

description



Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

igmp immediate-leave



Quick disconnect from MC group. Do not send the last member query to the client.

igmp multicast dynamic-entry <ID> vid <VLAN ID> group <FIRST> <LAST>

<ID>

0-19

Configure the range of MC addresses for operation in the specified MC VLAN

<VLAN>

0-4094

<FIRST>

IPv4 address

<LAST>

IPv4 address

igmp query interval

<VALUE>

30-600

Set the periodicity of sending the query

igmp query last-member

<VALUE>

30-600

Set the query interval for the last subscriber.

igmp query response

<VALUE>

50-2000

Set the waiting time of report message on query

igmp mode

<VALUE>

proxy/ snooping/ spr

Set the device operation mode

igmp querier

<VALUE>

IP address in
format of AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set querier IP address to send IGMP query messages

igmp robustness

<VALUE>

1-10

Set the number of IGMP message exchange intervals when monitoring MC groups

igmp version

<VALUE>

1-3

Set the IGMP version

mld immediate-leave



Quick disconnect from MC group. Do not send the last member query to the client.

mld multicast dynamic-entry <ID> vid <VLAN ID> group <FIRST> <LAST>

<ID>

0-19

Configure the range of MC addresses for operation in the specified MC VLAN

<VLAN>

0-4094

<FIRST>

IPv6 address

<LAST>

IPv6 address

mld multicast dynamic-entry <ID> preview-length <VALUE>

<ID>

0-19

Set the preview time of the mld-group in seconds

<VALUE>

0-65535

mld multicast dynamic-entry <ID> preview-repeat-time <VALUE>

<ID>

0-19

Set the time between mld-group previews in seconds

<VALUE>

0-65535

mld multicast dynamic-entry <ID> preview-repeat-count <VALUE>

<ID>

0-19

Configure the number of previews of the mld group

<VALUE>

0-65535

mld multicast dynamic-entry <ID> preview-reset-time <VALUE>

<ID>

0-19

Set the hour when the preview count is reset.

<VALUE>

0-24

mld query interval

<VALUE>

30-600

Set the periodicity of sending the query

mld query interval last-member

<VALUE>

30-600

Set the query interval for the last subscriber.

mld query response

<VALUE>

50-2000

Set the waiting time of report message on query

mld mode

<VALUE>

proxy/ snooping/ spr

Set the device operation mode

mld querier

<VALUE>

IPv6 address in

Set querier IP address to send MLD query messages

mld robustness

<VALUE>

1-10

Set the number of MLD message exchange intervals when monitoring MC groups

mld version

<VALUE>

1-2

Set the MLD protocol version

multicast ip version

<VALUE>

ipv4/ipv6

Select the version of the IP protocol that provides multicast service

name

<NAME>


Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

port <VALUE> bridge group spanning-tree

<VALUE>

0/1/2/3

Enable STP support on the OMCI-bridge interface

port <VALUE 1> bridge group <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set LAN port binding of ONT to VoIP interface or OMCI-bridge

<VALUE 2>

0-255

port <VALUE 1> duplex <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set the duplex mode on the ONT LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

auto/full/half

port <VALUE 1> igmp downstream priority <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set p-bit value for multicast traffic on the LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

0-7

port <VALUE 1> igmp downstream tag-control <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set VLAN manipulation rules to transmit downstream multicast traffic on the LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

add-tag/
pass/
remove-tag/
replace-tag/
replace-vid

port <VALUE 1>
igmp downstream vid <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set p-bit value for multicast traffic on the LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

1-4094

port <VALUE 1> igmp max groups <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set a limit on the maximum number of multicast groups transmitted to the LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

0-65535

port <VALUE 1> igmp max bandwidth <VALUE2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set a limit on the maximum channel bandwidth for multicast traffic on the LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

0-4294967295

port <VALUE 1>
igmp upstream priority <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set p-bit value for upstream IGMP traffic received from LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

0-7

port <VALUE 1>
igmp upstream tag-control <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set VLAN manipulation rules to transmit upstream IGMP traffic from the LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

add-tag/
pass/
replace-tag/
replace-vid

port <VALUE 1>
igmp upstream vid <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set p-bit value for upstream IGMP traffic received from LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

1-4094

port <VALUE> multicast

<VALUE>

0/1/2/3

Enable multicast traffic processing on ONT LAN interface

port <VALUE 1> shaper downstream commited-rate <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set a baud rate limit for traffic transmitted from the ONT LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

0-2488320

port <VALUE 1> shaper downstream peak-rate <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set a baud rate limit for traffic received from the ONT LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

0-2488320

port <VALUE 1> shaper upstream commited-rate <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set a baud rate limit for traffic received from the ONT LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

0-1244160

port <VALUE 1> shaper upstream peak-rate <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set a baud rate limit for traffic received from the ONT LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

0-1244160

port <VALUE 1> speed <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0/1/2/3

Set the speed for the ONT LAN interface

<VALUE 2>

auto/10/100/1000

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

veip downstream priority

<VALUE>

0-7

Set p-bit value for downstream multicast traffic on the VEIP interface

veip downstream tag-control

<VALUE>

add-tag/
pass/
remove-tag/
replace-tag/
replace-vid

Set VLAN manipulation rules to transmit downstream multicast traffic on the VEIP interface

veip downstream vid

<VALUE>

1-4094

Set VLAN ID value for downstream multicast traffic on the VEIP interface

veip max groups

<VALUE>

0-65535

Set a limit on the maximum number of multicast groups

veip max bandwidth

<VALUE>

0-4294967295

Set a limit on the maximum channel bandwidth for multicast traffic

veip multicast



Enable multicast traffic processing

veip upstream priority

<VALUE>

0-7

Set p-bit value for upstream multicast traffic on the VEIP interface

veip upstream tag-control

<VALUE>

add-tag/
pass/
replace-tag/
replace-vid

Set VLAN manipulation rules to transmit upstream multicast traffic on the VEIP interface

veip upstream vid

<VALUE>

1-4094

Set VLAN ID value for upstream multicast traffic on the VEIP interface

Shaping profile

?



Show list of available commands

description



Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

downstream one-policer



Use policer 0 as a common one for all services.

downstream policer <VALUE> enable

<VALUE>

0-31

Enable specified policer

downstream policer <VALUE1> peak-rate <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

0-31

Set downstream peak-rate for the specified policer

<VALUE2>

0-2488320

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

name



Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

upstream <TYPE> <ID> commited-rate

<TYPE>

broadcast/
multicast/
unicast

Set upstream commited-rate for i-th service

<ID>

0-7

upstream <TYPE> <ID> peak-rate

<TYPE>

broadcast/
multicast/
unicast

Set upstream peak-rate for i-th service

<ID>

0-7

upstream <TYPE> <ID> enable

<TYPE>

broadcast/
multicast/
unicast

Enable upstream shaper for i-th service

<ID>

0-7

upstream <TYPE> storm-control rate-limit <PPS>

<TYPE>

broadcast / multicast / unicast

Configure the storm control threshold for the specified traffic type

<PPS>

1-1000000

upstream <TYPE> storm-control shutdown

<TYPE>

broadcast / multicast

Block ONT when a storm of the specified type is detected

upstream <TYPE> storm-control logging

<TYPE>

broadcast / multicast

Log the event when a storm of the specified type occurs

Voice profile

?



Show list of available commands

description



Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

name



Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

ont-config version <VALUE1> file <VALUE2>

<VALUE1>

version value

Set the version of the voice configuration, if it does not match, the configuration file will be uploaded (for ONT Ericsson only)

<VALUE2>

file name

sip domain <VALUE>

<VALUE>


 Set the sip domain

sip proxy <VALUE>

<VALUE>


 Set the sip proxy

sip outbound-proxy <VALUE>

<VALUE>


 Set the sip outbound-proxy

sip port <VALUE>

<VALUE>


 Set the sip port

sip proto <VALUE>

<VALUE>


 Set the sip protocol

sip register expire <VALUE>

<VALUE>


 Set the SIP registration expiration time

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

GPON interface configuration

To configure GPON interfaces, go in the section Configure view to the corresponding interface using the interface gpon-port <ID> command, where <ID> is the identifier of the GPON-PORT interface.

LTP-8X(config)# interface gpon-port 0
LTP-8X (config)(if-gpon-0)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

fec



Enable FEC downstream error correction

mac-migration



Enable MAC address migration for this GPON-PORT

no



The use of a negative form of a command

profile address-table <VALUE>

<VALUE>

Profile name

Assign an address-table profile to a channel

profile vlan <VALUE>

<VALUE>

Profile name

Assign a VLAN profile to a channel

range <VALUE>

<VALUE>

20/40/60

Set the maximum optical line length in km (fixed values).

shutdown



Disable the interface

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

unknown-multicast-forward enable



Allow unknown-multicast traffic to pass through the interface

Configuring the channel optical parameters

optics delay double burst

<VALUE>

0..65535

Configuring the channel optical parameters. These settings are not required for most SFP models and may result in complete or partial loss of line availability.

optics delay single burst

<VALUE>

0..65535


optics laser-reset polarity

<VALUE>

high/low


optics preamble correlation-length

<VALUE>

0..255


optics preamble delimiter byte1

<VALUE>

0..255


optics preamble delimiter byte2

<VALUE>

0..255


optics preamble delimiter byte3

<VALUE>

0..255


optics preamble delimiter size

<VALUE>

16/20/24


optics preamble guard-time-data-mode

<VALUE>

<0-255>


optics preamble pattern type3

<VALUE>

<0-255>


optics preamble size type1-data

<VALUE>

<0-255>


optics preamble size type2-data

<VALUE>

<0-255>


optics preamble size type3-data

<VALUE>

<0-255>


optics preamble snr-rng-length

<VALUE>

<0-255>


optics reset data burst bcdr d1

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset data burst bcdr d2

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset data burst laser d1

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset data burst laser d2

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset double bcdr d3

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset double bcdr d4

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset double laser d3

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset double laser d4

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset rng burst bcdr d1

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset rng burst bcdr d2

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset rng burst laser d1

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset rng burst laser d2

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset single bcdr d1

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset single bcdr d2

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset single laser d1

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset single laser d2

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset snr burst bcdr d1

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset snr burst bcdr d2

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset snr burst laser d1

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset snr burst laser d2

<VALUE>

0..255


optics reset type normal

<VALUE>

end-burst-based/
start-burst-based


optics reset type snr ranging

<VALUE>

delay-based/
double-reset/
single-reset


optics rng burst

<VALUE>

0..65535


optics rng delimiter

<VALUE>

0..65535


optics rng preamble

<VALUE>

0..65535


optics rng timer

<VALUE>

0..65535


optics signal-detect hold-normal




optics signal-detect hold-snr-ranging




optics signal-detect source bcdr-lock




optics signal-detect source bcdr-sd




optics signal-detect source laser-sd




optics snr burst

<VALUE>

0..65535


optics snr delimiter

<VALUE>

0..65535


optics snr preamble

<VALUE>

0..65535


optics snr timer

<VALUE>

0..65535


optics use-custom




optics voltage-if-mode cml




optics voltage-if-mode lvpecl




optics voltage-if-mode undefined




GPON and OLT parameters configuration

GPON interfaces are configured in the Configure view section.

LTP-8X(config)#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

gpon network svlan-ethertype <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x0000-0xFFFF

Set the ethertype for outer-vid

gpon network mac-age-time <VALUE>

<VALUE>

14-86400

Set the lifetime of the MAC address table, in seconds

gpon network cvlan-ethertype <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x0000-0xFFFF

Set the ethertype for inner-vid

gpon network terminal-vlan <NAME> vid <VLAN> cos <COS>

<NAME>

terminal vlan name

Setting terminal vlan parameters

<VLAN>

1-4094

<COS>

0-7/unused

gpon olt authentication <VALUE>

<VALUE>

password/
serial/
both

ONT authentication mode. By password, by serial number, by combination of serial number and password.

gpon olt auto-activation ont default template <VALUE>

<VALUE>

template name

Specify the default setting for ONT autoactivation

gpon olt auto-activation ont enable



enable ONT autoactivation mode

gpon olt auto-activation ont type <EquipmentID> template <NAME>

<EquipmentID>

ONT type

Specify the template used for auto activation for a specific ONT model

<NAME>

template name

gpon olt block-duplicated-mac



Lock ONT when MAC spoofing is detected

gpon olt broadcast-gem-port <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0-4095

GEM port number for broadcast traffic

gpon olt dhcpra-shaper <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0-100

Set the maximum number of DHCP messages per second (for each ONT)

gpon olt disable-rogue-ont



Enable flood ONT detection mode

gpon olt encryption



Enable GPON traffic encryption

gpon olt encryption key-update <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0-65535

Set the encryption key change period

gpon olt model <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1/2/3

Set the datapath construction model

gpon olt multicast-gem-port <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0-4095

Swt the GEM port number for multicast traffic

gpon olt ont-block-time <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1-2147483647

Set ONT lockout time

gpon olt password-in-trap



Enable PLOAM password sending mode in ONT detection trawls

gpon olt profile pppoe-ia <VALUE>

<VALUE>

profile name, string

Set the PPP IA default profile

gpon olt profile dhcp-ra <NAME> [vid <VLAN>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Set the default DHCP RA profile.

<VLAN>

1-4094

gpon olt profile dhcpv6-ra <NAME> [vid <VLAN>]

<NAME>

profile name, string

Set the default DHCP v6 RA profile.

<VLAN>

1-4094

gpon olt unactivated-timeout


5-300

Set the storage time for the serial number of an inactive ONT

OLT profiles configuration

To configure OLT profiles, you need to go to the corresponding OLT profile using the profile <type> <name> command, where <type > - type, <name> - profile name.

LTP-8X(config)# profile address-table gpon
LTP-8X(config-address-table)("gpon")#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

ADDRESS-TABLE profile

?



Show list of available commands

description



Set the profile description

discard-pid-unlearned-sa



Throw downstream packets with unknown DA

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

name <VALUE>

<VALUE>


Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

remove-when-aged



Removal of old records from the MAC table, after the MAC address has expired

s-vlan <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1-4094

Set unique configuration parameters for the specified VLAN ID

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

DHCP-RA profile

?



Show list of available commands

description



Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

dos-block packet-limit <VALUE>

<VALUE>

10-1000

Set the intensity threshold for DHCP requests per second

dos-block block-time <VALUE>

<VALUE>

30-3600

Set the lock duration in seconds

enable



Enable the DHCP agent

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

name <VALUE>

<VALUE>


Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

ont-sn-format <VALUE>

<VALUE>

literal/
numerical/
section-numerical

Set the ONT serial number transmission format

overwrite-option82 circuit-id <VALUE>

<VALUE>

string, 10 characters max. represented as

PARAM_name1=PARAM_1...

PARAM_name2=PARAM_2...

PARAM_name3=PARAM_N
Where parameters may be the FOLLOWING FORMATS:
%HOSTNAME% -
LTP device name;

%MNGIP% -
management interface IP address;

%GPON-PORT% -
identifier of
the GPON interface;

%ONTID% - ONT identifier, assigned by administrator;

%PONSERIAL% - ONT serial number;

%GEMID% - identifier of
the GEM port;

%VLAN0% -
outer VLAN ID;

%VLAN1% -
inner VLAN ID;

%MAC% - user device MAC address;

%OLTMAC% - LTP MAC address;

%OPT60% - substitute data from option 60 DHCP packet;

%OPT82_CID% - substitute Circuit ID from option 82 DHCP packet;

%OPT82_RID% - substitute Remote ID from option 82 DHCP packet;

%DESCR% - substitute the first 20 characters of ONT Description.

The separators between parameters may be any characters, but each parameter FORMAT must be enclosed in '%'.

E.g.
host=%HOSTNAME%,ont=%ONTID%,

Set Circuit Id field format for Option82

overwrite-option82 remote-id <VALUE>

<VALUE>

view

PARAM_name1=PARAM_1...

PARAM_name2=PARAM_2...


PARAM_name3=PARAM_N Where parameters may be the FOLLOWING FORMATS:
%HOSTNAME% -
LTP device name;

%MNGIP% - management interface IP address;

%GPON-PORT% - identifier of the GPON interface;

%ONTID% - ONT identifier, assigned by administrator;

%PONSERIAL% - ONT serial number;

%GEMID% - identifier of the
GEM port;

%VLAN0% - outer VLAN ID;

%VLAN1% - inner VLAN ID;

%MAC% - user device MAC address;

%OLTMAC% - LTP MAC address;

%OPT60% - substitute data from option 60 DHCP packet;
%OPT82_CID% - substitute Circuit ID from option 82 DHCP packet;

%OPT82_RID% - substitute Remote ID from option 82 DHCP packet;

%DESCR% - substitute the first 20 characters of ONT Description.


The separators between parameters may be any characters, but each parameter FORMAT must be enclosed in '%'.

E.g.
host=%HOSTNAME%,ont=%ONTID%,

Set Remote Id field format for Option82

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

trusted server



Enable primary DHCP server

trusted primary <VALUE>

<VALUE>

IP address in format of
AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the address of the primary DHCP server

trusted secondary <VALUE>

<VALUE>

IP address in format of
AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD

Set the address of the secondary DHCP server

trusted timeout <VALUE>

<VALUE>

200-1500

Set the time to wait for a response from the DHCP server

PPPoe-IA profile

?



Show list of available commands

description



Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

dos-block enable



Activate lock mode

dos-block packet-limit <VALUE>

<VALUE>

10-1000

Set the intensity threshold for DHCP requests per second

dos-block block-time <VALUE>

<VALUE>

30-3600

Set the lock duration in seconds

enable



Enable PPPoE Intermediate Agent

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

format circuit-id <VALUE>

<VALUE>

string, 10 characters max. represented as PARAM_name1=PARAM_1... PARAM_name2=PARAM_2... PARAM_name3=PARAM_N
Where parameters may be the FOLLOWING FORMATS:

%HOSTNAME% - LTP device name;

%MNGIP% - management interface IP address;

%GPON-PORT% - GPON interface identifier;

%ONTID% - ONT identifier, assigned by administrator;

%PONSERIAL% - ONT serial number;

%GEMID% - GEM port identifier;

%VLAN0% - outer VLAN ID;

%VLAN1% - inner VLAN ID;

%MAC% - user device MAC address;

%OLTMAC% - LTP MAC address;

%DESCR% - Substitute the first 20 characters of ONT Description.

The separators between parameters may be any characters, but each parameter FORMAT must be enclosed in '%'.

E.g.
host=%HOSTNAME%,ont=%ONTID%,

Set Circuit Id field format for VendorSpecificTag

format remote-id <VALUE>

<VALUE>

string, 10 characters max. represented as PARAM_name1=PARAM_1... PARAM_name2=PARAM_2... PARAM_name3=PARAM_N
Where parameters may be the FOLLOWING FORMATS:

%HOSTNAME% - LTP device name;

%MNGIP% - management interface IP address;

%GPON-PORT% - GPON interface identifier;

%ONTID% - ONT identifier, assigned by administrator;

%PONSERIAL% - ONT serial number;

%GEMID% - GEM port identifier;

%VLAN0% - outer VLAN ID;

%VLAN1% - inner VLAN ID;

%MAC% - user device MAC address;

%OLTMAC% - LTP MAC address;

%DESCR% - Substitute the first 20 characters of ONT Description.

The separators between parameters may be any characters, but each parameter FORMAT must be enclosed in '%'.
E.g.
host=%HOSTNAME%,ont=%ONTID%,

Set Remote Id field format for VendorSpecificTag

name <VALUE>

<VALUE>


Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

ont-sn-format <VALUE>

<VALUE>

literal/
numerical/
section-numerical

Set the ONT serial number transmission format

sessions-limit <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0-8192

Set the maximum number of PPPoE sessions for the PPPoE Intermediate Agent

sessions-limit per-user <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0-4
unlimited

Set the maximum number of PPPoE sessions for one ONT or disable user restriction

sessions-monitoring enable



Enable session status tracking. To disable, use the no form.

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

vendor-id <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x000000..0xFFFFFF

Set the manufacturer's ID

DHCPv6-RA profile

?



Show list of available commands

add-interface-id <VALUE>

<VALUE>

string, 10 characters max. represented as

PARAM_name1=PARAM_1...

PARAM_name2=PARAM_2...

PARAM_name3=PARAM_N

Where parameters may be the FOLLOWING FORMATS:
%HOSTNAME% -
LTP device name;

%MNGIP% - management interface IP address;

%GPON-PORT% - GPON interface identifier;

%ONTID% - ONT identifier, assigned by administrator;

%PONSERIAL% - serial number of the device from which the DHCPv6 package come;

%GEMID% - identifier of
the GEM port;

%VLAN0% - outer VLAN ID;

%VLAN1% - inner VLAN ID;

%MAC% - user device MAC address:

%OLTMAC% - LTP MAC address;

%DESCR% - substitute the first 20 characters of ONT Description.

The separators between parameters may be any characters, but each parameter FORMAT must be enclosed in '%'.
For example,
host=%HOSTNAME%,ont=%ONTID%

Set the interface-id field format

add-remote-id <VALUE>

<VALUE>

string, 10 characters max. represented as

PARAM_name1=PARAM_1...

PARAM_name2=PARAM_2...

PARAM_name3=PARAM_N

Where parameters may be the FOLLOWING FORMATS:
%HOSTNAME% -
LTP device name;

%MNGIP% - management interface IP address;

%GPON-PORT% - GPON interface identifier;

%ONTID% - ONT identifier, assigned by administrator;

%PONSERIAL% - serial number of the device from which the DHCPv6 package come;

%GEMID% - identifier of
the GEM port;

%VLAN0% - outer VLAN ID;

%VLAN1% - inner VLAN ID;

%MAC% - user device MAC address:

%OLTMAC% - LTP MAC address;

%DESCR% - substitute the first 20 characters of ONT Description.

The separators between parameters may be any characters, but each parameter FORMAT must be enclosed in '%'.
E.g.
host=%HOSTNAME%,ont=%ONTID%,

Set the remote-id field format

add-suboptions



Enable dhcpv6-ra option substitution

description



Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

dos-block packet-limit

<VALUE>

10-1000

Set the intensity threshold for DHCP requests per second

dos-block block-time

<VALUE>

30-3600

Set the lock duration in seconds

enable



Enable DHCPv6 agent

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

name <VALUE>

<VALUE>


Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

ont-sn-format <VALUE>

<VALUE>

literal/
numerical/
section-numerical

Set the ONT serial number transmission format

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

trusted server



Enable primary DHCPv6 server

trusted primary <VALUE>

<VALUE>

IPv6 address n format of
XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX

Set the address of the primary DHCPv6 server

trusted secondary <VALUE>

<VALUE>

IPv6 address n format of
XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX

Set the address of the secondary DHCPv6 server

trusted timeout <VALUE>

<VALUE>

200-1500

Set the time to wait for a response from the DHCPv6 server

Vlan profile

?



Show list of available commands

description



Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

downlink extended cvlan-type <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x0000-0xFFFF

Optional downstream ethertype for C-VLAN detection

downlink extended svlan-type <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x0000-0xFFFF

Optional downstream ethertype for S-VLAN detection

downlink insertion cvlan-ethertype <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x0000-0xFFFF

Downstream ethertype to form a C-VLAN

downlink insertion svlan-ethertype <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x0000-0xFFFF

Downstream ethertype to form an S-VLAN

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

name <VALUE>

<VALUE>


Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

top



Go to the main menu (Top-view)

uplink extended cvlan-type <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x0000-0xFFFF

Optional upstream ethertype for C-VLAN detection

uplink extended svlan-type <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x0000-0xFFFF

Optional upstream ethertype for S-VLAN detection

uplink insertion cvlan-ethertype <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x0000-0xFFFF

Upstream ethertype to form a C-VLAN

uplink insertion svlan-ethertype <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0x0000-0xFFFF

Upstream ethertype to form an S-VLAN

ONT template configuration

To proceed to configuring the ONT template, execute the template <name> command in the config view mode, where <name> is the ONT Template name.

LTP-8X (config)# template gpon
LTP-8X (ont-template)("gpon")#

Command

Parameter

Value

Action

ber interval <VALUE>

<VALUE>

0-4294967294/
none

The number of packets on which ONT calculates the error rate. At the end of the interval, ONT sends a REI message

ber update-period <VALUE>

<VALUE>

1-600000

The interval in seconds that defines the period for which the ONT error rate request is made.

broadcast-downstream enable



Enable broadcast traffic transmission

broadcast-downstream filter



Enable filtering of tagged broadcast traffic

define ber interval



Add ber-interval setting to the template

define ber update-period



Add ber update period setting to the template

define broadcast-downstream enable



Add setting of downstream broadcast packets via dedicated GEM port to the template

define broadcast-downstream filter



Add filtering of tagged broadcast traffic to the template

define profile <VALUE>

<VALUE>

management/
ports/
shaping

Add ONT configuration profiles to the template

define service <VALUE 1> profile <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

<VALUE 2>

0-7

dba/
cross-connect

Add setting of dba and cross-connect profiles to the template

define password



Add a GPON password setting

define fec



Add a fec configuration setting

define easy-mode



Add a preset configuration activation setting on ONT for easy-mode use

define omci-error-tolerant



Add a handling configuration setting for omci errors

define rf-port-state



add an rf-port configuration

description



Set the profile description

do



Global ROOT commands execution.

easy-mode



Activation of a preset configuration on ONT for easy-mode use

exit



Exit the configuration menu to a higher level

fec



Enable error correction mode for upstream transmission direction from ONT

name <VALUE>

<VALUE>


Set the profile name

no



The use of a negative form of a command

omci-error-tolerant



Disable the processing of errors arising during ONT configuration

password



Set the PLOAM password for ONT.
Default password is 0000000000

profile <VALUE>

<VALUE>

management/
ports/
shaping

Assign control profile/ports/bandwidth limits skipping

rf-port-state disabled



RF port shutdown

rf-port-state enabled



Enable RF port

rf-port-state no-change



Do not change the RF port state

service <VALUE 1> profile <VALUE 2> <VALUE 3>

<VALUE1>

0-7

Set the configuration parameters for a given ONT service (profile, individual parameters)

<VALUE2>

dba/
cross-connect

<VALUE 3>

profile name

undefine ber interval



Remove the ber-interval setting from the template

undefine ber update-period



Remove the ber update period setting from the template

undefine broadcast-downstream enable



Remove the setting of downstream broadcast packets via dedicated GEM port from the template

undefine broadcast-downstream filter



Remove the filtering of tagged broadcast traffic from the template

undefine profile <VALUE>

<VALUE>

management/
ports/
shaping

Remove the setting of ONT configuration profiles from the template

undefine service <VALUE 1> profile <VALUE 2>

<VALUE 1>

0-7

Remove the setting of dba and cross-connect profiles from the template

<VALUE 2>

dba/
cross-connect

undefine password



Remove the PLOAM password setting for ONT.

undefine fec



Remove a fec configuration setting

undefine easy-mode



Remove a preset configuration activation setting on ONT for easy-mode use

undefine omci-error-tolerant



Remove a handling configuration setting for omci errors

undefine rf-port-state



Remove an rf-port configuration

Technical support

For technical assistance in issues related to operation of Eltex Ltd. equipment, please contact the Service Centre.

E-mail:  techsupp@eltex.nsk.ru

You are welcome to visit Eltex official website to get the relevant technical documentation and software, to use our knowledge base or consult a Service Centre Specialist in our technical forum. 

https://eltex-co.com
http://forum.eltex-co.ru/ 

 List of changes

Document version

Issue date

Revisions

Version 3.8

20.05.2020

Synchronization with firmware version 3.38.2

Version 3.7

07.02.2020

Synchronization with firmware version 3.38.1

Version 3.6

13.12.2019

Synchronization with firmware version 3.38.0

Version 3.5

08.10.2019

Synchronization with firmware version 3.36.2

Version 3.4

07.02.2019

Added:

  • Configuring multicast traffic between ONTs within the same tree
  • Customizing voice profiles (for ONT Ericsson, Atron, CIG)
  • configuring DHCPD issuing static routes to the network on the ONT TR-interface (option 121)

Version 3.3

03.07.2018

Changes:

  • The format of the command for copying files from the TFTP/HTTP/FTP server to the device flash memory was updated;
  • Format of the OLT chip reconfiguration command has been updated;
  • A command to view a list of connected ONTs with a configuration;
  • Format of the command to set the ONT auto-renew rule has been updated;
  • The command to set the list of IP addresses allowed for access;
  • The command to set the addresses for sending the traps;
  • MAC table commands have been updated;
  • The command for viewing the state of ports;
  • The command to set the range of MC addresses to work in the specified MC VLAN;
  • The command of setting the Remote Id field format for VendorSpecificTag.

Added:

  • Commands to download, delete and view the OLT license file;
  • Commands to enable and disable ONT autodiscovery on the selected GPON-PORT interface;
  • Commands to view DHCP-snooping and PPPoE tables for the specified GPON-PORT interfaces;
  • The command to view the counters of the GPON-PORT interface;
  • The command to view the deployed ONT configuration;
  • The command to view a list of connected ONTs with a configuration filtered by a specific value;
  • The command to view the list of connected ONTs with/without configuration, but not currently connected, filtered by a specific value;
  • The command to view recycling meters by service for the specified ONT;
  • The command to view the routing settings;
  • The VLAN control installation command for access from alternative management-interfaces;
  • The command to enable automatic reconfiguration of GPON-PORT or ONT when reconfiguration is changed;
  • The command to set the TACACS server port;
  • The command of viewing the parameters of MLD groups;
  • The commands to work with the LLDP protocol;
  • Isolation group configuration mode commands;
  • Ip access-list extended configuration mode commands;
  • Class-map configuration mode commands;
  • Policy-map configuration mode commands;
  • Erps configuration mode commands.

Version 3.2

11.10.2017

Changes:

  • The command to view the list of requested IGMP groups on the GPON interface;
  • The command to view the list of users and their privileges;
  • Commands to view DHCP-snooping tables and active PPPoE sessions;
  • Fan control commands;
  • WRR configuration commands;
  • The commands to configure rate-limit on switch.

Added:

  • Commands to view active users and a list of recent CLI OLT connections;
  • The commands to disable IPSG in vlan;
  • IPSG database configuration commands;
  • Commands for working with LLDP;
  • Commands for configuring storm-control on OLT chip;
  • Commands to add SNMPv3 users;
  • The command to enable command logging;
  • ACL configuration commands;
  • Commands to configure traffic classes;
  • Policy configuration commands;
  • The command to configure additional RADIUS servers;
  • The reset button configuration command;
  • The command of setting the port description in switch;
  • Mac-notification configuration commands.

Version 3.1

13.12.2016

Added:

  • Commands to configure additional PPPoE-IA modes;
  • Updated format of commands for configuring the configuration autosave;
  • AAA configuration commands have been updated, radius has been added;
  • Added commands to use easy-config.

Version 3.0

11.07.2016

Added:

  • IP Source Guard configuration commands;
  • Service configuration over IPv6 commands;
  • Commands for configuring DHCP Relay (broadcast-unicast relay);
  • The command of the list of active DHCP leases;
  • The command to upload the license file;
  • The command to output the installed license;
  • The OLT firmware update command has been changed.

Version 2.0

17.08.2015

Second issue.

Version 1.0

27.11.2014

First issue.


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