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9210 commissioning manual

  1. 1. ZXDSL 9210 Commissioning Manual Basic Command 1. Login : 2. edsl Password: edsl Login to the ZXDSL CLI console, default username is edsl and the password is edsl. 3. DSL#Show card Show all of the card and their status on the ZXDSL 9210 4. DSL# erase Delete all of the configuration that contain on the ZXDSL 9210. Please be careful to used this command, because it’s will erased all of the configuration on your system. 5. DSL#reboot Reboot the ZXDSL 9210 and restart all of the board. Please be careful to used this command, because it’s will restart all of the board and the system will be down for a few second. Change the ZXDSL 9210 Inband MAC address and identifier board 6. DSL#enable Password : zxedsl DSL$ debug module 12345 DSL$ debug module 888999 p1 00:d0:d0:00:00:01 DSL$ disable DSL#reboot This command used only if you are necessary to change the inband MAC address, if you first time build the ZXDSL 9210 network with more than one DSLAM please make sure there are no conflict MAC address on the each Network element(NE) on the same network. After you’re change this MAC address it’s will be take the effect after you’re reboot the system. After you change the MAC address and reboot the system, make sure the inband MAC address is already changed by type : DSL# show ip subnet 7. DSL#config card slot 1 cardtype EICG 8. DSL#config card slot 3 cardtype ATIGN Enable the PVLAN mode and initialize the uplink port 9. DSL#Configuration DSL(config)#pvlan-mode enable  enable the pvlan mode DSL(config)#pvlan-mode uplink_port 1/1 initialize the uplink port DSL(config)#pvlan-mode uplink_port 1/2 initialize the uplink port DSL(config)#pvlan-mode uplink_port 1/3 initialize the uplink port DSL(config)#Exit DSL#Copy running-config startup-config  Save and commit all of the config
  2. 2. DSL#reboot  after you’re enable the pvlan mode, it’s will be take the effect after you’re reboot the system Add the Inband IP Address to the ZXDSL 9210 10. DSL#Configuration DSL(config)#IP subnet 150.168.0.2 255.255.254.0 name dslam1 DSL(config)#exit DSL# And then to make sure the IP address already adding to the ZXDSL 9210 type: DSL#Show ip subnet Add the Vlan and put the port into the Vlan 11. DSL#configuration DSL(config)#add-vlan 2  add vlan 2 DSL(config)#add-vlan 3  add vlan 3 DSL(config)#vlan 2 1/1 tag  put port 1/1 as an uplink to the switch into vlan 2 as a management vlan and tag it DSL(config)#vlan 3 1/1 tag  put port 1/1 as an uplink to the switch into vlan 3 as a PPPoe vlan and tag it And then make sure the vlan are already exist and the port are already exist on the vlan by type: DSL#Show vlan  show all the vlan that already exist on the system DSL#Show vlan 2  show all the port(tag or untag) that are already exist on the vlan 2 DSL#Show vlan 3  show all the port(tag or untag) that are already exist on the vlan 3 Configure the adsl user on the ATIGN board 12. DSL#configure slot adsl 3 DSL(cfg-slot-adsl-3)#trap control enable  to make if the subscriber in this board is on and then this board will know it DSL(cfg-slot-adsl-3)#no shutdown DSL(cfg-slot-adsl-3)#exit DSL(config)#vlan 3 3/1-32 untag  put the subscriber port into the vlan 3 as a subscriber vlan and untag it DSL(config)#slot adsl 3 DSL(cfg-slot-adsl-3)#pvid 3 because of we configure the ADSL subscriber as an untag port so we need to add the pvid DSL(cfg-slot-adsl-3)#atm pvc 8:81 configure the PVC(VCI/VCI) into the subscriber board DSL(cfg-slot-adsl-3)#exit DSL(config)#show atm vc slot 3 make sure the PVC are already exist at the subscriber board Create the ADSL profile and apply the profile to the ADSL subscriber
  3. 3. 13. DSL(config)#adsl-profile adsl512k  this fist command is to created your profile. And then System will ask you this profile didn’t created before, are you sure want to create this profile? You should answer yes. DSL(config)# adsl-profile adsl512k  the second command is to configure your profile. And then system will ask you to input all of your configuration, but the most important you should configure the uplink and downlink rate: • Downlink rate : Atuchan conf fast max Tx rate [0-132040] (Def:8128) : 512 Atuchan conf interleave max Tx rate [0-132040] (Def:8128) : 512 • Uplink rate: Aturhan conf fast max Tx rate [32-1536] (Def:1024) : 512 Aturhan conf interleave max Tx rate [32-1536] (Def:1024): 512 And then to make sure your ADSL profile is already created successfully type: DSL#Show adsl profile  show all adsl profile DSL#Show adsl profile adsl512k  show detail the adsl512k profile DSL(config)#interface adsl 3/1 enter the adsl slot 3 port 1 to configure it DSL(cfg-if-adsl-3/1)#adsl profile adsl512k apply the profile to adsl port DSL(config)#slot adsl 3  enter the adsl slot 3 to configure it DSL(cfg-slot-adsl-3)#adsl profile adsl512k apply the profile to adsl slot Configure the ZXDSL 9210 SNMP server 14. DSL(config)#snmp-server host 10.10.10.1 private  initialize the snmp server ip address to the ZXDSL 9210 DSL#show snmp  show the snmp server ip address that you’re already initialize to the ZXDSl 9210 DSL(config)#ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.0.1  add the static route to the ZXDSL 9210. This command is used only if the SNMP server Ip address is not in the same network segment with the ZXDSL 9210 ip address. Configure Uplink port with the STP(Spanning tree protocol) features 15. for example we want to configure the EICG board port 1 on the slot 1 and 2 as an uplink port with the STP features where EICG slot 1 port 1 and EICG slot 2 port 1 will be as a redundant uplink port. DSL#show spanning-tree  to show the STP features on the ZXDSL 9210 is already enable or not, if the status of STP is disable you should be enable it by type: DSL#Config spanning-tree enable  enable the STP features on the system DSL#show spanning-tree  make sure the STP features on the system is already enable. And please chack the priority on this STP, the value of priority should be less then the priority value on the switch (Ethernet aggregator). DSL#config interface Ethernet 1/1 enter EICG slot 1 port 1 to configure it DSL(cfg-if-eth-1/1)#spanning-tree enableenable the STP features on the EICG slot 1 port 1. DSL(cfg-if-eth-1/1)#show spanning-tree interface 1/1  make sure the STP features on the slot 1 port 1on is already enable
  4. 4. DSL#config interface Ethernet 2/1 enter EICG slot 2 port 1 to configure it DSL(cfg-if-eth-2/1)#spanning-tree enableenable the STP features on the EICG slot 2 port 1. DSL(cfg-if-eth-2/1)#show spanning-tree interface 2/1  make sure the STP features on the slot 2 port 1on is already enable After you are already configure the STP features in both of port, you should be check the status of link in this port. DSL(cfg-if-eth-1/1)#show spanning-tree interface 1/1  look the status of STP, there are 3 kind of status on this STP port : 1. blocking  means the port is blocking and can’t transfer the packet 2. learning  means the port still learning the other port, please waiting for a few minutes. 3. forwarding  means the STP port is already active and ready to transfer the packet. DSL(cfg-if-eth-1/2)#show spanning-tree interface 1/2  look the status of STP, the normal condition if port(1/1) and port (1/2) both of them as an STP port, one of them will be blocking and one of the other will be forwarding.

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