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LEGAL INFORMATIONCopyright © 2006 ZTE CORPORATION.The contents of this document are protected by copyright laws and intern...
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Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration        Syntax    Description                   <acl-numberorname>       Basic ACL number, ran...
ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management)                        (MIB). Remove the system contact informati...
Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration   Instructions   In global configuration mode, input the above command lines di-             ...
ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management)                        no snmp-server engine_id            Syntax...
Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration                   write <writeview>       Specifies a write view string, with 1~32           ...
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Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration      Example     This example describes how to specify the system location of the            ...
ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management)                        snmp-server user            Purpose     Us...
Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration                  snmp-server view       Purpose    Use this command to create or update a Sim...
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Chapter               3                  RMON Configuration                  Table of Contents                  rmon alarm...
ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management)                          falling-threshold        Falling thresho...
Chapter 3 RMON Configuration                   buckets <bucket-nu       The requested bucket size, which is 50 by         ...
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Chapter                4                  LLDP Configuration                  Table of Contents                  lldp enab...
ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management)          Related       lldp disable        Commands              ...
Chapter 4 LLDP Configuration                  lldp holdtime     Command      This sets holdtime.      FunctionCommand Mode...
ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) Command format         Lldp clearneighbor           [interface   ...
Chapter 4 LLDP Configuration     Parameter    Description                   Parameter               Description           ...
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  1. 1. ZXR10 8900 Series 10 Gigabit Routing Switch Command Reference (Network Management) Version 2.8.02.CZTE CORPORATIONZTE Plaza, Keji Road South,Hi-Tech Industrial Park,Nanshan District, Shenzhen,P. R. China518057Tel: (86) 755 26771900Fax: (86) 755 26770801URL: http://ensupport.zte.com.cnE-mail: support@zte.com.cn
  2. 2. LEGAL INFORMATIONCopyright © 2006 ZTE CORPORATION.The contents of this document are protected by copyright laws and international treaties. Any reproduction or distribution ofthis document or any portion of this document, in any form by any means, without the prior written consent of ZTE CORPO-RATION is prohibited. Additionally, the contents of this document are protected by contractual confidentiality obligations.All company, brand and product names are trade or service marks, or registered trade or service marks, of ZTE CORPORATIONor of their respective owners.This document is provided “as is”, and all express, implied, or statutory warranties, representations or conditions are dis-claimed, including without limitation any implied warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title or non-in-fringement. ZTE CORPORATION and its licensors shall not be liable for damages resulting from the use of or reliance on theinformation contained herein.ZTE CORPORATION or its licensors may have current or pending intellectual property rights or applications covering the subjectmatter of this document. Except as expressly provided in any written license between ZTE CORPORATION and its licensee,the user of this document shall not acquire any license to the subject matter herein.ZTE CORPORATION reserves the right to upgrade or make technical change to this product without further notice.Users may visit ZTE technical support website http://ensupport.zte.com.cn to inquire related information.The ultimate right to interpret this product resides in ZTE CORPORATION.Revision History Revision No. Revision Date Revision Reason R1.0 July 31, 2009 First ReleaseSerial Number: sjzl20093867
  3. 3. About This Manual.............................................. iCommand Introduction .....................................1 Manual Instruction.......................................................... 1 Description of Man-Machine Commands ............................. 1 Auxiliary Function ........................................................... 2 Command Modes............................................................ 3SNMP Configuration ..........................................9 show snmp .................................................................... 9 show snmp config........................................................... 9 show snmp Engine-id .....................................................10 show snmp group ..........................................................10 show snmp user ............................................................10 snmp-server access-list ..................................................10 snmp-server community.................................................11 snmp-server contact ......................................................11 snmp-server context ......................................................12 snmp-server enable inform .............................................12 snmp-server enable trap ................................................13 snmp-server engine-id ...................................................13 snmp-server group ........................................................14 snmp-server host ..........................................................15 snmp-server location .....................................................16 snmp-server packetsize..................................................17 snmp-server trap-source ................................................17 snmp-server user ..........................................................18 snmp-server view ..........................................................19RMON Configuration ........................................ 21 rmon alarm ..................................................................21 rmon collection history ...................................................22 rmon collection statistics ................................................23 rmon event...................................................................24 show rmon ...................................................................25LLDP Configuration.......................................... 27 lldp enable....................................................................27 lldp disable ...................................................................28 lldp hellotime ................................................................28 lldp holdtime.................................................................29
  4. 4. lldp maxneighbor...........................................................29 lldp clearneighbor ..........................................................29 lldp clearstatistic ...........................................................30 lldp rxenable.................................................................30 lldp txdisable ................................................................31 lldp txenable .................................................................31 lldp txdisable ................................................................32WEB Network Management Configuration........ 33 web enable ...................................................................33 web disable ..................................................................33LFAP Configuration.......................................... 35 lfap backup-server1 .......................................................35 lfap backup-server2 .......................................................36 lfap enable ...................................................................36 lfap disable ...................................................................37 lfap fas-server...............................................................37 lfap flow-expired-time ....................................................38 lfap ka-interval..............................................................38 lfap max-send-fun-size...................................................38 lfap message-response-interval .......................................39 lfap server-retry-interval ................................................39 lfap statistic sample-rate ................................................40 lfap update-interval .......................................................40 show lfap config ............................................................41 show lfap statistic..........................................................41Group Configuration ........................................ 43 group erase-member .....................................................43 group handtime.............................................................44 group holdtime..............................................................44 group member ..............................................................45 group name ..................................................................46 group reset-member ......................................................46 group save-member.......................................................46 group switch-type..........................................................47 group tftp-server ...........................................................48 group trap-host .............................................................48 group timer synchronize .................................................48 group-mng extend-mac enable........................................49 show group ..................................................................49 show group candidates...................................................50
  5. 5. show group candidates mac ............................................50show group members.....................................................51show group members member-num.................................51show zdp......................................................................52show zdp neighbour .......................................................52show zdp neighbour mac ................................................53show ztp ......................................................................53show ztp device ............................................................53show ztp device-list .......................................................54show ztp topology .........................................................54zdp enable....................................................................55zdp holdtime.................................................................55zdp timer .....................................................................56ztp enable ....................................................................56ztp hop ........................................................................57ztp hop-delay................................................................57ztp port-delay ...............................................................58ztp start .......................................................................58ztp timer ......................................................................58ztp vlan........................................................................59
  6. 6. About This ManualAbout this Manual ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) 10G Routing Switch Com- mand Reference (Network Management). ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) 10G Routing Switch Command Reference has 16 volumes. The details are as follows: Manual Name Summary ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes volume 10G Routing Switch Command and section corresponding to Reference (Index) each command in ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes 10G Routing Switch Command IPv6-related commands in Reference (IPv6) ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes RIP, OSPF 10G Routing Switch Command and IS-IS-related commands in Reference (IP Routing Volume I) ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes BGP, route 10G Routing Switch Command map and routing policy-related Reference (IP Routing Volume II) commands in ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes 10G Routing Switch Command MPLS-related commands in Reference (MPLS) ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes 10G Routing Switch Command QoS-related commands in Reference (QoS) ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes network 10G Routing Switch Command security-related commands in Reference (Security) ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes DPI-related 10G Routing Switch Command commands in ZXR10 8900 series Reference (DPI) 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes FW-related 10G Routing Switch Command commands in ZXR10 8900 series Reference (FW) 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes system 10G Routing Switch Command management, file management, Reference (Basic Configuration user interface, log statistics, Volume I) FTP/TFTP server and IPvr-related commands in ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION i
  7. 7. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) Manual Name Summary ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes interface 10G Routing Switch Command configuration, DHCP and Reference (Basic Configuration VRRP-related commands in Volume II) ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes NAT, Time 10G Routing Switch Command Range, stack and DEBUG-related Reference (Basic Configuration commands in ZXR10 8900 series Volume III) 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes network 10G Routing Switch Command management-related commands Reference (Network Management) in ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes MAC, 10G Routing Switch Command VLAN, SuperVLAN, STP, link Reference (Ethernet Switch) aggregation, VBAS, MAC PING and UDLD-related commands in ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes VOIP and 10G Routing Switch Command IPTV-related commands in ZXR10 Reference (Voice and Video) 8900 series 10G routing switch. ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) This manual describes multicast 10G Routing Switch Command protocol-related commands in Reference (Multicast) ZXR10 8900 series 10G routing switch. The content of this manual is based on uniform ZXROS platform. Unless otherwise specified or when it is specified to ZXR10, the manual applies to all devices. The items about router in the man- ual also apply to switch with routing function. Overview This manual describes network management-related commands in ZXR10 8900 series (V2.8.02.C) 10G routing switch and contains the following chapters: Chapter Overview Chapter 1 DPI This chapter describes using method of this Overview command manual, command description, command formats, auxiliary functions and command modes. Chapter 2 SNMP This chapter describes operation and management Configuration commands of SNMP. Chapter 3 RMON This chapter describes operation and management Configuration commands of RMON. Chapter 4 LLDP This chapter describes operation and management Configuration commands of LLDP. Chapter 5 WEB This chapter describes operation and management Configuration commands of WEB network management.ii Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  8. 8. About This ManualChapter OverviewChapter 6 LFAP This chapter describes configuration of LFAP andConfiguration command used to view this configuration.Chapter 7 Cluster This chapter describes cluster management-Management related configuration and command used to viewConfiguration this configuration. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION iii
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  10. 10. Chapter 1Command IntroductionTable of ContentsManual Instruction.............................................................. 1Description of Man-Machine Commands ................................. 1Auxiliary Function ............................................................... 2Command Modes................................................................ 3Manual InstructionZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) 10G Routing Switch CommandReference includes 16 volumes. For details of each volume, pleaserefer to preface of this manual.Commands in ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) 10G Routing SwitchCommand Reference (Index) are listed in sequence of from letter ato letter z and in form of table. Commands of all other volumes areclassified and illustrated according to different function modules.Each function module corresponds to one chapter and commandsin each chapter are listed in form of second-level directory and inthe sequence of from letter a to letter z.To search a command information, perform the following steps:1. Search corresponding command in ZXR10 8900 Series (V2.8.02.C) 10G Routing Switch Command Reference (Index);2. Find the details of this command in corresponding volume ac- cording to obtained volume information and chapter informa- tion related to this command.Description of Man-MachineCommandsEach MML command is described by the following items:� Command Function It describes the function implemented by this command.� Command Modes It describes the mode in which this command can be executed. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 1
  11. 11. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) � Command format It describes the complete format of this command. If no for- mat is available, list it. � Parameter Description It describes parameters in this command in the form and pre- scribes the range and default value. If different products have different parameter ranges or default values, an additional form is used for description. � Default Configuration The default value is available in the case that this command is not set. The default parameter value is not described here for value selection. Additional description shall be given if different products have different default values. � Tips It firstly describes the platform version information about this command. For example, “The platform version X.X.XX or later supports this command” indicates this command is provided from platform version X.X.XX. This command is provided from platform version 4.6.01 by default. After these information, it describes the use method and pre- cautions of this command. � Example It takes an example to introduce how to use this command. � Related Commands It lists commands related to this command. � History Command It describes history version information related to this com- mand if a command is changed after version upgrade. Note: Do not describe the command history if this entry does not exist. Auxiliary Function Command help function of ZXR10 devices has the following fea- tures: 1. By entering a question mark (?) following DOS prompt in any command mode, a list of available commands in this command mode are displayed. With the context-sensitive help function, the keywords and parameter list of any commands can be dis- played. � By entering a question mark "?" following DOS prompt in any command mode, a list of all commands in this mode and brief description of these commands are displayed.2 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  12. 12. Chapter 1 Command Introduction � Input the question mark following a character or a charac- ter string, a list of commands or keywords beginning with this character or character string is displayed. Note that there is no space between the character (string) and the question mark. � Press Tab key following the character string. If the com- mand or keyword beginning with this character string is unique, complement the command or keyword and attach a space to the end. Note that there is no space between the character string and the Tab key. � Input a question mark (?) following the command, key- word or parameter. The next keyword or parameter to be entered is listed, and also a brief description is given. A space shall be entered before the question mark.2. If incorrect command, keyword or parameter is entered, the error isolation is offered with ^ in the user interface after you press Enter key. Character ^ locates below the first character of the entered incorrect command, keyword or parameter.3. The system allows the command or keyword to be abbreviated to a character or character string that uniquely identifies this command or keyword. For example, show command can be abbreviated to sh or sho.4. User interface supports the function of recording input com- mands. Maximum ten history commands can be recorded. This function is very useful in re-invocation of a long or complicated command or ingress. To re-invoke a command from the record buffer, conduct one of the following operations. Command Function Press Ctrl-P or the It re-invokes the latest commands in the up arrow key record buffer. Repress these keys to invoke old commands forwards. Press Ctrl-N or down Roll commands downwards. When the arrow key last command line is reached, one more operation will roll the commands from the beginning of the buffer cyclically. Use show history command in any mode, and the latest sev- eral commands in this mode will be listed.Command ModesThe command modes in this manual are as follows: Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 3
  13. 13. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) Modes Prompt Admis- Command Function sion to Enter the Mode Mode User ZXR10> Enter this View simple Mode mode directly information after logging onto system Privi- ZXR10# User enable Configure leged Mode system mode parameters Global ZXR10(config)# Privi- configure Configure config- leged terminal global service uration mode parameters mode Inter- ZXR10(config- Global interface It configures face if)# config- port config- uration parameters uration mode and selects mode a port type depending on the keyword. Subin- ZXR10 (config- Global interface It configures terface subif)# config- subinterface mode uration parameters of mode NPCI/NPCT. VLAN ZXR10(vlan- Privi- vlan datab Create or Data- db)# leged ase delete VLAN base mode in batch Config- uration Mode VLAN ZXR10(config- Global vlan Configure Config- vlan)# config- VLAN uration uration parameters. Mode mode MSTP ZXR10(config- Global spanning-t Configure Config- mstp)# config- ree mst conf MSTP uration uration iguration parameters. Mode mode Basic ZXR10(config- Global acl basic Define basic ACL basic-acl)# config- ACL rules Config- uration uration mode Mode Ex- ZXR10(config- Global acl extend Define tended ext-acl)# config- extended ACL ACL uration rules Config- mode uration Mode4 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  14. 14. Chapter 1 Command IntroductionModes Prompt Admis- Command Function sion to Enter the Mode ModeLINE ZXR10(config- Global line console It config-config- line)# config- 0 ures serialuration uration port con-mode mode line <1~64> nection/tel- (GAR Devices) net connec- tion-related parameters.L2 ACL ZXR10(config- Global acl link Define l2 ACLConfig- link-acl)# config- rulesuration urationMode modeHybrid ZXR10(config- Global acl hybrid Define hybridACL hybd-acl)# config- ACL rulesConfig- urationuration modeModeRouter ZXR10 (config- Global ip access-list It definesstand- std-nacl)# config- routerard ACL uration standard ACLmode mode rules.Router ZXR10 (config- Global ip access-list It definesex- ext-nacl)# config- routertended uration extended ACLACL mode rules.modeRoute ZXR10(config- Global router rip Configureconfig- router)# config- RIP protocoluration uration parametersmode mode router ospf Configure OSPF protocol parameters router isis Configure IS-IS protocol parameters router bgp Configure BGP protocol parameters router Configure pimsm PIM-SM protocol parameters ipv6 router It configures rip RIPng parameters. ipv6 router It configures ospf OSPFv3 parameters. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 5
  15. 15. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) Modes Prompt Admis- Command Function sion to Enter the Mode Mode VRF ZXR10(config- Global ip vrf Configure Config- vrf)# config- VRF protocol uration uration parameters Mode mode VFI con- ZXR10(config- Global vfi It configures figu- vfi)# config- VPLS-related ration uration parameters. mode mode Route ZXR10(config- Route address-fam Configure RIP address router-af)# config- ily ipv4 vrf VRF protocol mode uration parameters mode (RIP) Route address-fam Configure config- ily vpnv4 BGP, VPN and uration address-fam VRF protocol mode ily ipv4 vrf parameters (BGP) IPv6 ZXR10(config- Route address-fam It configures unicast router-af)# config- ily ipv6 BGP4+ address uration unicast family mode address config- (BGP4) family. uration mode Route address-fam It configures config- ily ipv6 IS-ISv6 uration address mode family. (IS- ISv6) Route ZXR10(config- Global route-map Configure Map route-map)# config- route map Config- uration matching uration mode item and Mode operations Chan- ZXR10(config- Global control It configures nelized control)# config- channelization config- uration for ce1, ce3 uration mode and cpos3. mode Dial ZXR10(config- Global dial-peer It configures peer voip100)# config- voice services config- uration related to uration mode integrated mode service. Voice ZXR10(config- Global voice-port It configures port voice-port)# config- voice service. config- uration uration mode mode6 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  16. 16. Chapter 1 Command IntroductionModes Prompt Admis- Command Function sion to Enter the Mode ModeIPSec ZXR10(config- Global ipsec It configuresconfig- ipsec)# config- IPv6 IPSecuration uration protection.mode modeDiagno- ZXR10(diag)# Privi- diagnose It tests CPUsis mode leged utilization mode and memory utilization. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 7
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  18. 18. Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration Table of Contents show snmp ........................................................................ 9 show snmp config............................................................... 9 show snmp Engine-id .........................................................10 show snmp group ..............................................................10 show snmp user ................................................................10 snmp-server access-list ......................................................10 snmp-server community.....................................................11 snmp-server contact ..........................................................11 snmp-server context ..........................................................12 snmp-server enable inform .................................................12 snmp-server enable trap ....................................................13 snmp-server engine-id .......................................................13 snmp-server group ............................................................14 snmp-server host ..............................................................15 snmp-server location .........................................................16 snmp-server packetsize......................................................17 snmp-server trap-source ....................................................17 snmp-server user ..............................................................18 snmp-server view ..............................................................19 show snmp Purpose Use this command to display statistics information about SNMP packets.Command Modes All modes except user EXEC Syntax show snmp show snmp config Purpose Use this command to display configuration information of all SN- MPs.Command Modes All modes Syntax show snmp config Related show snmp group Commands show snmp user Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 9
  19. 19. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) show snmp engine_id show snmp show snmp Engine-id Purpose Use this command to display local engine identifier of SNMP. SNMP engine, as the core part in an SNMP entity, is used to authenticate the receiving/sending of SNMP messages, and withdraw PDU as- sembled messages to communicate with the SNMP program. Command Modes All modes Syntax show snmp engine_id Related snmp-server engine_id Commands show snmp group Purpose Use this command to display local groups of SNMP. Command Modes All modes Syntax show snmp group Related snmp-server group Commands show snmp user Purpose Use this command to display local users of SNMP. Command Modes All modes Syntax show snmp user Related snmp-server user Commands snmp-server access-list Purpose Use this command to apply the configured ACL to control access to the system host address according to SNMP. Cancel the control with the no form of this command. Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server access-list <acl-numberorname> no snmp-server access-list10 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  20. 20. Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration Syntax Description <acl-numberorname> Basic ACL number, range: 1~199, 1000~1999, or ACL name Example This example describes how to configure ACL 1 to control access to the system host address according to SNMP. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server access-list 1 snmp-server community Purpose Use this command to set an SNMP packet community string. Delete the SNMP packet community string with the no form of this command.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server community <community-name>[view <view-na me>][ro | rw] no snmp-sever community <community-name> Syntax Description <community-name> Community string name, 1~32 characters view <view-name> Specifies a view name for the community string configured, 1~32 characters ro | rw ro indicates conducting read-only access to the MIB object and rw indicates conducting read/write access to the MIB object Defaults When the view parameter is the default parameter, the commu- nity configured will be specified as the default view (1.3.6.1.2.1.1). When the ro | rw parameters are default parameters, the ro will be identified as the default priority of the configured community. Instructions � This command is supported after the platform version 4.6.02. � In global configuration mode, input the above command lines directly. The <community-name> is an arbitrary string (1~32) and the <view-name> is an MIB view name. Example This example describes how to set SNMP packets community as myCommunity with read-write access. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server community myCommunity view myview rw Related snmp server view Commands snmp-server contact Purpose Use this command to set the Simple Network Management Pro- tocol (SNMP) system contact for Management Information Base Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 11
  21. 21. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) (MIB). Remove the system contact information with the no form of this command. Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server contact <mib-syscontact-text> no snmp-server contact Syntax Description <mib-syscontact-te Text that describes the system contact xt> information, not more than 200 characters Example The following example shows how to specify a system contact text. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server contact this is ZXR10, tel:(025)52872006 snmp-server context Purpose Use this command to create an SNMP context. Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server context <context-name> no snmp-server context <context-name> Syntax Description <context-name> Context name, with 1~16 characters Instructions This command is supported after the platform version 4.6.02. Example The following example creates a new SNMP context named "con- textA". ZXR10(config)#snmp-server context contextA snmp-server enable inform Purpose Use this command to turn on the switch of sending a notification by the agent and set the notification type sent by the agent. Cancel the setting with the no form of this command. Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server enable inform [<notification-type>] no snmp-server enable inform [<notification-type>] Syntax Description <notification-type> Specifies the notification type, which may be one of the followings: BGP, OSPF, RMON, SNMP, Stalarm, VPN Defaults All notifications can be sent by default.12 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  22. 22. Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration Instructions In global configuration mode, input the above command lines di- rectly, where, the parameter <notification-type> is the notification type. Example This example describes how to configure the agent to be able to send all notifications. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server enable inform ZXR10(config)#snmp-server host 168.1.1.1 inform version 2c public Related snmp-server host Commands snmp-server enable trap Purpose Use this command to enable Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap notifications. Cancel the setting with the no form of this command.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server enable trap [<notification-type>] no snmp-server enable trap [<notification-type>] Syntax Description <notification-type> Type of notification (trap), the notification type can be one or more of the following keywords: BGP, OSPF, RMON, SNMP, Stalarm, VPN Defaults All SNMP notifications are disabled by default. Instructions � This command is supported after the platform version 4.6.02 � In global configuration mode, input the above command lines directly, where, the parameter <notification-type> is the noti- fication (trap) type. Example The following example shows how to enable the router to send all traps to the host at IP address 168.1.1.1, using the community string defined as public ZXR10(config)#snmp-server enable trap ZXR10(config)#snmp-server host 168.1.1.1 public Related snmp-server host Commands snmp-server engine-id Purpose Use this command to specify SNMP engine ID on the local device. Return the engine ID to the default with the no form of this com- mand. SNMP engine, as the core part in an SNMP entity, is used to receive/authenticate SNMP messages, withdraw PDU assembled messages, communicate with the SNMP program.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server engine_id <engine-id> Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 13
  23. 23. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) no snmp-server engine_id Syntax Description <engine-id> Local SNMP engine ID, 1~24 char- acters. The default value is 830900020300010289d64401. It must be expressed with a hexdecimal number Instructions This command is supported after the platform version 4.6.02. Example The following example shows how to configure the snmp engine ID on the local device to be 12345667890. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server engine-id 12345667890 Related show snmp engine-id Commands snmp-server group Purpose Use this command to configure a new Simple Network Manage- ment Protocol (SNMP) group, or a table that maps SNMP users to SNMP views. Remove a specified SNMP group with the no form of this command. Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server group <groupname> v3 {auth | noauth | priv }[context <context-name> match-prefix | match-exact][read <readview>][write <writeview>][notify <notifyview>] no snmp-server group <groupname> v3 {auth | noauth | priv} Syntax Description <groupname> Configured group name, with 1~32 characters v3 Specifies a group that uses the SNMP Version 3 auth Specifies authentication of a packet without encrypting it noauth Specifies no authentication of a packet priv Specifies authentication of a packet with encryption context Specifies the SNMP context to associate with this SNMP group and associated views match-prefix Specifies the context match mode as prefix match match-exact Specifies the context match mode as accurate match read <readview> Specifies a read view string, with 1~32 characters14 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  24. 24. Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration write <writeview> Specifies a write view string, with 1~32 characters notify <notifyview> Specifies a notification view string, with 1~32 characters Defaults The contents of the system group (with the OID of 1.3.6.1.2.1.1) can be read by default. Instructions � The context parameter is added after the platform version 4.6.02 � If there is the context parameter in the configuration of this command, this command can not be deleted by the no snmp -server group <groupname> v3 {auth | noauth | priv} command. It can be deleted by the no snmp-server group <groupname> v3 {auth | noauth | priv}[context <context -name>] command. Example The following example shows how to configure an SNMP version 3 group named group1 that requires the authentication of packets with encryption. And the read view string, write view string and notification view string are named view1. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server group group1 v3 priv read view1 write view1 notify view1 Related show snmp group Commands snmp-server user snmp-server host Purpose Use this command to specify the recipient of a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) notification operation. Remove the specified host to receive an SNMP notification with the no form of this command. The snmp-server host command must be used together with the snmp-server enable command.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server host [mng | vrf <vrf-name>]<ip-address>[trap | inform] version {1 | 2c | 3 {auth | noauth | priv}}<commu nity-name>[udp-port <udp-port>][<trap-type>] no snmp-server host [mng | vrf <vrf-name>]<ip-address>[t rap | inform][version {1 | 2c | 3 {auth | noauth | priv}}]<c ommunity-name> Syntax Description mng Management interface vrf <vrf-name> VPN name, with 1~16 characters <ip-address> IP address of the specified host in the dotted decimal format trap Specifies to send a trap to the host inform Specifies to send a notification to the host Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 15
  25. 25. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) version SNMP Version 1 SNMP Version 1 2c SNMP Version 2c 3 SNMP Version 3 auth Specifies authentication of a packet without encrypting it noauth Specifies no authentication of a packet priv Specifies authentication of a packet with encryption <community-name> Community string name or SNMPv3 user name, with 1~32 characters udp-port <udp-port> Specifies the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) port of the host to use, range: 0~65535 <trap-type> Trap or notification type, which may be bgp, ospf, rmon, snmp, stalarm or vpn Defaults The sending type is trap. If no version keyword is entered, the default is version 1. The default UDP port is 162. When this command is entered without keywords, the default is to send all trap types to the host. Example This example describes how to configure the send address, port, version and type of a host trap or inform. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server host 168.1.1.1 ver 1 community-name ospf ZXR10(config)#snmp-server host 168.1.1.1 ver 3 auth user10 ospf snmp Related snmp-server enable inform Commands snmp-server enable trap snmp-server location Purpose Use this command to specify the system location of the Manage- ment Information Base (MIB) object for Simple Network Manage- ment Protocol (SNMP). Remove the location string with the no form of this command. Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server location <mib-syslocation-text> no snmp-server location Syntax Description <mib-syslocation-te String indicating the physical location of this xt> device (not to exceed 200 characters)16 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  26. 26. Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration Example This example describes how to specify the system location of the Management Information Base (MIB) object for Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). ZXR10(config)#snmp-server location this is ZXR10 in china snmp-server packetsize Purpose Use this command to establish control over the largest Simple Net- work Management Protocol (SNMP) packet size permitted when the SNMP server is receiving a request or generating a reply. Re- store the default value with the no form of this command.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server packetsize <snmp-packet-max-size> no snmp-server packetsize Syntax Description <snmp-packet-max-si SNMP packet size in bytes, range: 484~1400 ze> Example The following example shows how to set the maximum size of SNMP packets to 1400 bytes. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server packetsize 1400 snmp-server trap-source Purpose Use this command to specify the interface (and hence the corre- sponding IP address) from which a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap should originate.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server trap-source <ip-address> no snmp-server trap-source Syntax Description <IP Address> IP address in A.B.C.D format Example The following example shows how to specify that the IP address 192.168.2.2 is the source for all SNMP notifications. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server trap-source 192.168.2.2 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 17
  27. 27. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) snmp-server user Purpose Use this command to configure a new user to a Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3 (SNMPv3) group. Remove a user from an SNMPv3 group user with the no form of this command. Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server user <username><groupname> v3 [encrypted ][auth {md5 | sha}<auth-password>[priv des56 <priv-passw ord>]] no snmp-server user <username> Syntax Description <username> SNMP name, with 1~32 characters <groupname> Name of the group to which the user belongs, with 1~32 characters v3 SNMP Version 3 encrypted Specifies that the contents to be input are not plain-text but processed key. It is better for the users not to use this option randomly auth Specifies authentication of a packet md5 Specifies the HMAC-MD5-96 authentication level sha Specifies the HMAC-SHA-96 authentication level <auth-password> Authentication password (or authentication key), with 1~32 characters priv Specifies authentication of a packet with encryption des56 Specifies the 56-bit Cipher Block Chaining —Data Encryption Standard (DES) level of encryption for the user <priv-password> Encryption password, with 1~32 characters Defaults There is no encrypted parameter by default, that is, the plain-text is entered. Example The following example shows how to enter a plain-text password for user1 in group1. And the MD5 authentication password is 12345678 and CBC-DES encryption password is 12345678. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server user user1 group1 v3 auth md5 12345678 priv des56 12345678 Related show snmp user Commands snmp-server group18 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  28. 28. Chapter 2 SNMP Configuration snmp-server view Purpose Use this command to create or update a Simple Network Manage- ment Protocol (SNMP) view entry. Remove the specified server view entry with the no form of this command.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax snmp-server view <view-name><subtree-id>{included | excl uded} no snmp-server view <view-name>[<subtree-id>] Syntax Description <view-name> View name, with 1~32 characters <subtree-id> Specifies the MIB subtree ID or MIB subtree node name for the view name, with 1~79 characters included | excluded Specifies whether the subtree is included or excluded Instructions In global configuration mode, input the above command lines di- rectly, where, the parameter <view-name> is a character string, and the parameter <subtree-id> is an object identifier (OID) in the form of 1.2.3.4.5 or the node name of the MIB subtree (such as internet). Use the included | excluded keywords to include or exclude a subtree. Example The following example creates a view that includes all objects in the MIB subtree. ZXR10(config)#snmp-server view myViewName 1.3.6.1.2.1 included Related snmp-server community Commands Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 19
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  30. 30. Chapter 3 RMON Configuration Table of Contents rmon alarm ......................................................................21 rmon collection history .......................................................22 rmon collection statistics ....................................................23 rmon event.......................................................................24 show rmon .......................................................................25 rmon alarm Purpose Use this command to set the alarm and MIB object. Cancel the alarm with the no form of this command.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax rmon alarm <index><variable><interval>{delta | absolute} rising-threshold <value>[<event-index>] falling-threshold <value>[<event-index>][owner <string>] no rmon alarm <index> Syntax Description <index> Index number, range: 1~65535 <variable> MIB variable to be monitored, which must be an MIB variable that can be converted into an integer, with 1~64 characters <interval> Time interval for monitoring the above variable in seconds, range: 1~2147483647 delta Indicates to compare the increment with the threshold absolute Indicates to directly compare the value of the selected variable with the threshold rising-threshold Rising threshold of the sampling statistics, <value> range: -2147483647~2147483647 <event-index> Event index if the threshold is exceeded, range: 1~65535 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 21
  31. 31. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) falling-threshold Falling threshold of the sampling statistics, <value> range: -2147483647~2147483647 owner <string> The creator of this alarm, with 1~30 characters. The default value is config Instructions � The sampling with the same or different time interval for the same instance is allowed. � If alarm items with the same <index> are created, the system prompts error. It is necessary to cancel the configuration of the original same indexes with the no form of this command. � Delete the non-existed index items, the system prompts “Un- known channel number”. � If the memory or resource is unavailable, the system prompts “Alloc buffer error or Resource unavailable”. � This alarm item should work with the related event item to produce the corresponding action. Example This example describes how to configure the monitoring MIB object as ip.2.0, sampling time as 10 seconds, upper limit as 200, and lower limit as 100 and the corresponding event when upper/lower limit alarm rises as 1. ZXR10(config)# rmon alarm 1 ip.2.0 10 absolute rising-threshold 200 1 falling-threshold 100 1 owner ZTE Related show rmon alarm Commands rmon collection history Purpose Use this command to enable the collection history function of an interface (applied to the Ethernet interface only). Disable the func- tion with the no form of this command. Command Modes Interface configuration Syntax rmon collection history <index>[owner <string>][buckets <bucket-number>][interval <seconds>] no rmon collection history <index> Syntax Description <index> Index number, range: 1~65535 owner <string> The history creator of this line, which is a string with the length not exceeding 30 characters. The default value is monitor22 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  32. 32. Chapter 3 RMON Configuration buckets <bucket-nu The requested bucket size, which is 50 by mber> default. The system supports the size of 100 at maximum, in the range of 1~100 interval <seconds> Sampling interval in seconds, in the range of 1~3600. The default value is 1800 seconds. It is recommended to configure 30 seconds for the short term network traffic change and 1800 seconds for the long term one Instructions � It is allowed to configure multiple history statistics items on one interface. � It is allowed to delete history statistics items on one interface in interface configuration mode. � If history items with the same<index> are created, the system prompts error. It is necessary to cancel the configuration of the original same indexes with the no form of this command. � If the non-existed index item is deleted, the system prompts “Unknown bufferControl number”. � If the memory or resource is unavailable, the system prompts “Alloc buffer error or Resource unavailable”. Example Use this command to configure history group statistics on the 100 Mbps Ethernet interface. The sampling time is 300 seconds. ZXR10(config)#interface fei_1/1 ZXR10(config-if)#rmon collection history 1 owner zte buckets 100 interval 300 Related show rmon history Commands rmon collection statistics Purpose Use this command to enable the statistics function of an interface (applied to the Ethernet interface only). Disable the function with the no form of this command.Command Modes Interface configuration Syntax rmon collection statistics <index>[owner <string>] no rmon collection statistics <index> Syntax Description <index> Index number, range: 1~65535 owner <string> The creator of the statistics, with not more than 30 characters. It is monitor by default Instructions � It is allowed to configure multiple statistics items on one inter- face. � It is allowed to delete the statistics items of this interfaces in interface configuration mode. � If statistics items with the same <index> are created, the sys- tem prompts error. It is necessary to cancel the configuration of the original same indexes with the no form of this command. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 23
  33. 33. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) � If the non-existed index item is deleted, the system prompts “Unknown etherStats number”. � If the memory or resource is unavailable, the system prompts “Alloc buffer error or Resource unavailable”. Example This example describes how to configure statistics group on the 100 Mbps Ethernet interface. The sampling time is 300 seconds. ZXR10(config-if)#rmon collection statistics 1 owner zte Related show rmon statistics Commands rmon event Purpose Use this command to configure a rmon event. Remove an event with the no form of this command. Command Modes Global configuration Syntax rmon event <index>[log][trap <community>][description <string>][owner <string>] no rmon event <index> Syntax Description <index> Index number, range: 1~65535 log Whether a record is generated trap <community> Community string for sending trap, with 1~32 characters description <string> A brief description for the event, 30 characters, default: zte owner <string> Creator of the event, 30 characters, default: config Instructions � If event items with the same <index> are created, the system prompts error. It is necessary to cancel the configuration of the original same indexes with the no form of this command. � If the non-existed index item is deleted, the system prompts “Unknown event number”. � If the memory or resource is unavailable, the system prompts ’Alloc buffer error or Resource unavailable”. Example Use this command to configure a RMON event described as log_trap_event. Meanwhile, record it in log and send trap infor- mation to the management station. The management station community is public. ZXR10(config)# rmon event 1 log trap public description log_trap_event owner ZTE24 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  34. 34. Chapter 3 RMON Configuration Related show rmon event Commands show rmon Purpose Use this command to display RMON configurations and relevant information.Command Modes All modes except user EXEC Syntax show rmon [alarms][events][history][statistics] Syntax Description alarms Displays current information about all alarm control items configured events Displays current information about all event control items configured and information about events recorded history Displays current information about all history control entries configured and historical statistics information statistics Displays current information about all statistics control entries configured and statistics data Instructions � If there is no parameter after this command, information about the RMON version is displayed. � If there is no control item in the specified control list, one of the following information will be displayed: � “Statistics table is empty.” � “History table is empty.” � “Alarm table is empty.” � “Event table is empty.” Example Use this command to display RMON alarm information. ZXR10(config)#show rmon alarm Related rmon alarm Commands rmon collection history rmon collection statistics rmon event Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 25
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  36. 36. Chapter 4 LLDP Configuration Table of Contents lldp enable .......................................................................27 lldp disable .......................................................................28 lldp hellotime ....................................................................28 lldp holdtime.....................................................................29 lldp maxneighbor...............................................................29 lldp clearneighbor ..............................................................29 lldp clearstatistic ...............................................................30 lldp rxenable.....................................................................30 lldp txdisable ....................................................................31 lldp txenable .....................................................................31 lldp txdisable ....................................................................32 lldp enable Command This enables LLDP function. FunctionCommand Modes Global configuration modeCommand format Lldp enable [interface <port-name>|smartgroup <smartgrou p-id>] Parameter Description Parameter Description <port-name> This is Ethernet physical interface. <smartgroup-id> This is link aggregation port, ranging from 1 to 32. Tips This command can be used to enable LLDP globally or enable LLDP on a specific interface or link aggregation interface. It is similar to rxenable and txenable. Example To enable LLDP on gei_1/1, execute the following command; ZXR10(config)#lldp enable interface gei_1/1 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 27
  37. 37. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) Related lldp disable Commands lldp disable Command This disables LLDP function. Function Command Modes Global configuration mode Command format Lldp disable [interface <port-name>|smartgroup <smartgrou p-id>] Parameter Description Parameter Description <port-name> This is Ethernet physical interface. <smartgroup-id> This is link aggregation port, ranging from 1 to 32. Tips This command can be used to disable LLDP globally or disable LLDP on a specific interface or link aggregation interface. It is similar to rxdisable and txdisenable. Example To disable LLDP on gei_1/1, execute the following command; ZXR10(config)#lldp enable interface gei_1/1 Related lldp disable Commands lldp hellotime Command This configures hellotime. Function Command Modes Global configuration mode Command format lldp hellotime <seconds> Parameter Description Parameter Description <seconds> In seconds, in range of 5~32768, 30 seconds by default. Example To set hellotime to 300 seconds, execute the following command: ZXR10(config)#lldp hellotime 30028 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  38. 38. Chapter 4 LLDP Configuration lldp holdtime Command This sets holdtime. FunctionCommand Modes Global configuration modeCommand format lldp holdtime <numbers> Parameter Description Parameter Description <numbers> In range of 2~10, 4 by default. Example To set holdtime to 8, execute the following command: ZXR10(config)#lldp holdtime 8 lldp maxneighbor Command This sets the max LLDP neighbors. FunctionCommand Modes Global configuration modeCommand format Lldp maxneighbor [ethernet <port-name>|smartgroup <sma rtgroup-id>]<number> Parameter Description Parameter Description <port-name> This is Ethernet physical interface. <smartgroup-id> This is link aggregation port, ranging from 1 to 32. <number> Range in global mode: 1~128; range in interface mode: 1~8. Tips This command is used to set max LLDP global neighbors or to set max LLDP neighbors on a specific physical interface or link aggre- gation interface. Example To set the max lldp neighbors on gei_1/1 to 4, execute the follow- ing command: ZXR10(config)#lldp maxneighbor 4 lldp clearneighbor Command This clears all LLDP neighbors. FunctionCommand Modes Global configuration mode Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 29
  39. 39. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) Command format Lldp clearneighbor [interface <port-name>|smartgroup <smartgroup-id>] Parameter Description Parameter Description <port-name> This is Ethernet physical interface. <smartgroup-id> This is link aggregation port, ranging from 1 to 32. Tips This command is used to clear all neighbors or neighbors on a specific physical interface or link aggregation port. Example To clear neighbor lldp on gei_1/1, execute the following command: ZXR10(config)#lldp clearneighbor interface gei_1/1 lldp clearstatistic Command This clears LLDP statistics. Function Command Modes Global configuration mode Command format Lldp clearstatistic [interface <port-name>|smartgroup <sma rtgroup-id>] Parameter Description Parameter Description <port-name> This is Ethernet physical interface. <smartgroup-id> This is link aggregation port, ranging from 1 to 32. Tips This command is used to clear all neighbor statistics or statistics of a specific physical interface or link aggregation port. Example To clear lldp statistics on gei_1/1, execute the following command: ZXR10(config)#lldp clearstatistic interface gei_1/1 lldp rxenable Command This enables LLDP RX function. Function Command Modes Global configuration mode Command format Lldp rxenable [interface <port-name>|smartgroup <smartgr oup-id>]30 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  40. 40. Chapter 4 LLDP Configuration Parameter Description Parameter Description <port-name> This is Ethernet physical interface. <smartgroup-id> This is link aggregation port, ranging from 1 to 32. Tips This command can be used to enable lldp rx globally or enable lldp rx on a specific interface or link aggregation interface. As for txenable, after execution of rxenable, it is similar to enable. Example To enable lldp rx on gei_1/1, execute the following command; ZXR10(config)#lldp rxenable interface gei_1/1 Related lldp rxdisable Commands lldp txdisable Command This disables LLDP TX function. FunctionCommand Modes Global configuration modeCommand format Lldp txdisable [interface <port-name>|smartgroup <smartgr oup-id>] Parameter Description Parameter Description <port-name> This is Ethernet physical interface. <smartgroup-id> This is link aggregation port, ranging from 1 to 32. Tips This command can be used to disable lldp tx globally or disable lldp tx on a specific interface or link aggregation interface. As for enable, after execution of txdisable, it is rxenable. Example To disable lldp tx on gei_1/1, execute the following command; ZXR10(config)#lldp txdisable interface gei_1/1 Related lldp txenable Commands lldp txenable Command This enables LLDP TX function. FunctionCommand Modes Global configuration modeCommand format Lldp txenable [interface <port-name>|smartgroup <smartgr oup-id>] Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 31
  41. 41. ZXR10 8900 Series Command Reference (Network Management) Parameter Description Parameter Description <port-name> This is Ethernet physical interface. <smartgroup-id> This is link aggregation port, ranging from 1 to 32. Tips This command can be used to enable lldp tx globally or enable lldp tx on a specific interface or link aggregation interface. As for rxenable, after execution of txenable, it is similar to enable. Example To enable lldp tx on gei_1/1, execute the following command; ZXR10(config)#lldp txenable interface gei_1/1 Related lldp txdisable Commands lldp txdisable Command This disables LLDP TX function. Function Command Modes Global configuration mode Command format Lldp txdisable [interface <port-name>|smartgroup <smartgr oup-id>] Parameter Description Parameter Description <port-name> This is Ethernet physical interface. <smartgroup-id> This is link aggregation port, ranging from 1 to 32. Tips This command can be used to disable lldp tx globally or disable lldp tx on a specific interface or link aggregation interface. As for enable, after execution of txdisable, it is rxenable. Example To disable lldp tx on gei_1/1, execute the following command; ZXR10(config)#lldp txdisable interface gei_1/1 Related lldp txenable Commands32 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION
  42. 42. Chapter 5 WEB Network Management Configuration Table of Contents web enable .......................................................................33 web disable ......................................................................33 web enable Purpose Use this command to enable the WEB network management of the system. Disable this function with the web disable command.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax web enable Defaults The WEB network management is disabled by default. Example This example describes how to enable WEB network management. ZXR10(config)#web enable Related web disable Commands web disable Purpose Use this command to disable the WEB network management of the system. Enable this function with the web enable command.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax web disable Defaults The WEB network management is disabled by default. Example This example describes how to disable WEB network management. ZXR10(config)#web disable Related web enable Commands Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 33
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  44. 44. Chapter 6 LFAP Configuration Table of Contents lfap backup-server1 ...........................................................35 lfap backup-server2 ...........................................................36 lfap enable .......................................................................36 lfap disable .......................................................................37 lfap fas-server ..................................................................37 lfap flow-expired-time ........................................................38 lfap ka-interval..................................................................38 lfap max-send-fun-size.......................................................38 lfap message-response-interval ...........................................39 lfap server-retry-interval ....................................................39 lfap statistic sample-rate ....................................................40 lfap update-interval ...........................................................40 show lfap config ................................................................41 show lfap statistic..............................................................41 lfap backup-server1 Purpose Use this command to configure the address of the backup server 1 of lfap. Delete the setting with the no form of this command.Command Modes Global configuration Syntax lfap backup-server1 [{mng |<vrf><word>}]<A.B.C.D> no lfap backup-server1 Syntax Description mng Indicates LFAP functional module is connected to the FAS server through the network management interface of the device <vrf> Indicates LFAP functional module is connected to the FAS server through the specified vrf interface <word> VPN name to whivh the vrf interface belongs <A.B.C.D> FAS server address Instructions Use this command to specify the address of FAS backup server 1 with the LFAP function. Example This example describes how to set the address of lfap backup server 1 to 192.1.1.120. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION 35

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