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  • Cisco SCE8000 Software Configuration Guide Release 3.1.6S February 15, 2011

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    C O N T E N T S

    Preface xvii

    Document Revision History xvii

    Organization xvii

    Related Publications xviii

    Conventions xix

    Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request xx

    C H A P T E R 1 Cisco Service Control Overview 1-1

    Cisco Service Control Solution 1-1 Service Control for Broadband Service Providers 1-2

    Cisco Service Control Capabilities 1-2

    SCE Platform Description 1-3

    Management and Collection 1-4 Network Management 1-5 Subscriber Management 1-5 Service Configuration Management 1-6 Data Collection 1-6

    C H A P T E R 2 Command Line Interface 2-1

    Getting Help 2-1

    Authorization and Command Levels (Hierarchy) 2-2 CLI Command Hierarchy 2-3 Prompt Indications 2-5

    CLI Help Features 2-6 Partial Help 2-6 Argument Help 2-6 The [no] Prefix 2-7

    Navigational and Shortcut Features 2-7 Command History 2-7 Keyboard Shortcuts 2-8 Tab Completion 2-9 FTP User Name and Password 2-9

    Managing Command Output 2-9

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    Scrolling the Screen Display 2-10 Filtering Command Output 2-10 Redirecting Command Output to a File 2-10

    CLI Authorization Levels 2-11 How to change from User to Viewer level authorization 2-12 How to log in with Root level authorization 2-12

    Exiting Modes 2-12 How to exit from the Privileged Exec mode and revert to the Viewer mode 2-13 How to exit from the Global Configuration Mode 2-13

    Navigating Between Configuration Modes 2-13 Entering and Exiting Global Configuration Mode 2-13

    How to enter the Global Configuration Mode 2-13 How to exit the Global Configuration Mode 2-14

    Interface Configuration Modes 2-14 Configuring the Ports 2-14 Entering Management Interface Configuration Mode 2-15 How to Enter Linecard Interface Configuration mode 2-15 Entering Line Interface Configuration Mode 2-16 How to navigate from one Interface Configuration Mode to another 2-16 The "do" Command: Executing Commands Without Exiting 2-16

    Creating a CLI Script 2-17

    C H A P T E R 3 Basic Cisco SCE8000 Platform Operations 3-1

    Starting the Cisco SCE8000 Platform 3-1 Checking Conditions Prior to System Startup 3-1 Starting the System and Observing Initial Conditions 3-2 Final Tests 3-2

    How to Verify Operational Status 3-3 How to View the User Log Counters 3-3

    Managing Configurations 3-3 Viewing Configurations 3-4 How to Save or Change the Configuration Settings 3-5

    Example for Saving or Changing the Configuration Settings 3-6 Restoring a Previous Configuration 3-7

    Example for Restoring a Previous Configuration 3-7

    How to Display the SCE Platform Version Information 3-8 Example for Displaying the SCE Platform Version Information 3-8

    How to Display the SCE Platform Inventory 3-10 Examples for Displaying the SCE Platform Inventory 3-11

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    Displaying the SCE Platform Inventory: FRUs Only 3-11 Displaying the Complete SCE Platform Inventory 3-12

    How to Display the System Uptime 3-14 Example for Displaying the System Uptime 3-14

    Rebooting and Shutting Down the SCE Platform 3-14 Rebooting the SCE Platform 3-14

    Examples for Rebooting the SCE Platform 3-15 How to Shut Down the SCE Platform 3-15

    Examples for Shutting Down the SCE Platform 3-15

    C H A P T E R 4 Utilities 4-1

    Working with SCE Platform Files 4-1 Working with Directories 4-1

    How to Create a Directory 4-1 How to Delete a Directory 4-2 How to Change Directories 4-2 How to Display your Working Directory 4-2 How to List the Files in a Directory 4-2

    Working with Files 4-3 How to Rename a File 4-3 How to Delete a File 4-3 Copying Files 4-4 How to Display File Contents 4-5 How to Unzip a File 4-5

    The User Log 4-5 The Logging System 4-5

    Copying the User Log 4-6 Enabling and Disabling the User Log 4-6 Viewing the User Log Counters 4-6 Viewing the User Log 4-7 Clearing the User Log 4-7

    Generating a File for Technical Support 4-7 Generating a File for Technical Support: Example 4-7

    C H A P T E R 5 Configuring the Management Interface and Security 5-1

    About Management Interface and Security 5-1

    Configuring the Management Port 5-2

    How to Enter Management Interface Configuration Mode 5-2

    Configuring the Management Port Physical Parameters 5-2

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    Setting the IP Address and Subnet Mask of the Management Interface 5-3 Options 5-3 Setting the IP Address and Subnet Mask of the Management Interface: Example 5-3

    Configuring the Management Interface Speed and Duplex Parameters 5-3 Interface State Relationship to Speed and Duplex 5-4 How to Configure the Speed of the Management Interface 5-4 How to Configure the Duplex Operation of the Management Interface 5-5

    How to Monitor the Management Interface 5-5

    Configuring the Available Interfaces 5-6 TACACS+ Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting 5-6

    Information About TACACS+ Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting 5-6 How to Configure the SCE Platform TACACS+ Client 5-9 How to Manage the User Database 5-12 Configuring AAA Login Authentication 5-16 Configuring AAA Privilege Level Authorization Methods 5-17 Configuring AAA Accounting 5-18 Monitoring TACACS+ Servers 5-19 Monitoring TACACS+ Users 5-19

    Configuring Access Control Lists (ACLs) 5-19 About Access Control Lists 5-20 Options 5-20 How to Add Entries to an ACL 5-21 How to Remove an ACL 5-21 How to Enable an ACL 5-21

    Managing the Telnet Interface 5-21 About the Telnet Interface 5-22 How to Prevent Telnet Access 5-22 How to Configure the Telnet Timeout 5-22

    Configuring the SSH Server 5-22 The SSH Server 5-23 Key Management 5-23 Managing the SSH Server 5-23 How to Monitor the Status of the SSH Server 5-24

    Enabling the SNMP Interface 5-25 How to Enable the SNMP Interface 5-25 How to Disable the SNMP Interface 5-25

    Configuring and Managing the SNMP Interface 5-25 About the SNMP Interface 5-25

    SNMP Protocol 5-26 Securit

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