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BR Bridging and IBM Networking Command


Reference 100VG AnyLAN port adapter
configuring IR-118
DR Dial Solutions Command Reference
displaying information IR-234, IR-325
FR Configuration Fundamentals Command Reference 7-bit character set
changing for session FR-105
IR Cisco IOS Interface Command Reference for standard U.S. characters FR-105
P1R Network Protocols Command Reference, Part 1 8-bit character set
EXEC and configuration commands
P2R Network Protocols Command Reference, Part 2 changing for a session FR-94
setting default value FR-62
P3R Network Protocols Command Reference, Part 3
setting for line FR-69
QR Quality of Service Solutions Command Reference hardware databits
changing for session FR-88
SR Security Command Reference configuring on a line FR-60
VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications software character bits
Command Reference changing for session FR-89
setting for line FR-61
WR Wide-Area Networking Command Reference special character width
XR Cisco IOS Switching Services Command changing for session FR-105
Reference configuring default FR-63
configuring for line FR-84
90-compatible OUI form BR-60, BR-99
Command Reference Master Index

This master index lists topics and commands found in the


Cisco IOS Release 12.0 Command References. A
To access one of these topics or commands, click on the page aaa accounting command SR-64
number following the topic. aaa accounting suppress null-username command SR-67
aaa accounting update command SR-68
aaa accounting update periodic command
Symbols network congestion
(caution) SR-68
! character aaa authentication arap command SR-4
ping command output FR-524 aaa authentication banner command SR-6
# character aaa authentication enable default command SR-8
privileged EXEC mode prompt FR-8 aaa authentication fail-message command SR-10
$ character in regular expressions DR-905 aaa authentication local-override command SR-12
* character in regular expressions DR-904 aaa authentication login command SR-13
+ character in regular expressions DR-904 aaa authentication nasi command SR-15
. character aaa authentication password-prompt command SR-17
ping command output FR-524 aaa authentication ppp command SR-18
/etc/printcap file aaa authentication username-prompt command SR-20
modifying for printing FR-80 aaa authorization command SR-52
> prompt FR-299 aaa authorization config-commands command SR-55
? character in regular expressions DR-904 aaa authorization reverse-access command SR-56
? command FR-xvii AAA configuration
^ character in regular expressions DR-905 virtual profiles, use with DR-777
_ character in regular expressions DR-906 aaa nas-port extended command SR-80
aaa new-model command SR-21, SR-59
aaa processes command SR-22
AAA/TACACS+
arap authentication DR-646

Command Reference Master Index 1


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

enable login authentication DR-177 access lists


AAL Apollo Domain
displaying WR-99, WR-105, WR-111 applying to an interface P3R-2
AAL3/4 creating P3R-3
ATM AppleTalk
(example) WR-4 displaying P2R-112
enabling WR-4 network numbers
AAL5 NLPID WR-106, WR-112, WR-122 cable range P2R-4
abbreviating commands creating P2R-11
context-sensitive help FR-xvii including P2R-6
software recognition FR-3 interfaces P2R-21
ABR other access P2R-13
configuring within P2R-17
(example) WR-3 zones, creating P2R-2, P2R-19
rate-factor bridging (table) BR-923
(example) WR-5 contents of QR-51
configuration WR-5 DDR
abr command WR-2 dialing, controlling DR-665, DR-693, DR-721
absolute line number DR-21 types and numbers, supported (table) DR-665,
absolute-timeout command DR-172, FR-76 DR-693, DR-721
accept reverse charging DECnet
X.25 WR-329 extended P3R-104
accept-lifetime command P1R-470 filter connect initiate packets P3R-106
access control standard P3R-110
AppleTalk dynamic
access group P2R-21 temporary entries, clearing manually SR-144
distribute list P2R-37, P2R-39 Ethernet type codes (table) BR-923
zone filter P2R-55 IBM NetBIOS
zones P2R-2 byte offset BR-190
ARA DR-649, DR-650, DR-657 IP
DECnet P3R-132, P3R-144 applying on inbound or outbound interfaces
IPX P2R-216, P2R-246 P1R-139
LAT BGP access list filters P1R-387, P1R-402
assigning names to group lists DR-387 extended P1R-112–P1R-120, P1R-143
connections DR-364 logging message P1R-129, P1R-133, P1R-166
defining a group list DR-393 named P1R-141
specifying access conditions to nodes DR-384 setting on virtual terminal lines P1R-110
VINES P3R-57–P3R-59 standard P1R-121–P1R-122
XNS violations, accounting for P1R-143
extended P3R-356 violations, logging P1R-115, P1R-129, P1R-133,
standard P3R-359 P1R-143, P1R-166
access expressions, configuring BR-90 IP violations, logging P1R-121
access groups IPX
DECnet P3R-115 extended P2R-206
IP P1R-139 named P2R-248
access list command NetBIOS P2R-298, P2R-300, P2R-397
with regular expressions DR-902 NLSP route aggregation P2R-210
(example) DR-907 routing table filtering P2R-283
access list violations SAP P2R-213
IP standard P2R-216
accounting P1R-143 LSAP
displaying P1R-171 using in access expressions BR-90
displaying (example) P1R-172 netbios-host BR-90
logging P1R-115, P1R-121, P1R-129, P1R-133, rate limit statistics (table) QR-54
P1R-143, P1R-166 rate-limited QR-53

2 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

SNAP type standard BR-5


using in access expressions BR-90 type-code BR-6
SRB type-code BR-6
Ethernet type codes (table) BR-923 XNS
filtering by protocol type BR-92 extended P3R-356
traffic shaping based on QR-87 standard P3R-359
transparent bridging access-list includes command P2R-6
assigning to bridge group BR-28 access-list nbp command P2R-8
assigning to interface BR-24, BR-28 access-list network command P2R-11
associating with interface and bridge group BR-36 access-list other-access command P2R-13
access lists (continued) access-list other-nbps command P2R-15
filtering MAC addresses BR-31 access-list rate-limit command QR-2
qualifications for using BR-3 access-list within command P2R-17
VINES access-list zone command P2R-19
displaying P3R-26 access-profile command SR-23
extended P3R-54 replace command form
simple P3R-57 (caution) SR-24
standard P3R-59 using per-user configuration
violations (caution) SR-24
displaying SR-148 access-template command SR-145
(example) SR-149 accounting
XNS DECnet
extended P3R-356 database threshold P3R-119
standard P3R-359 deleting database entries P3R-112
See also IPSec enabling P3R-116
access routers filters P3R-117
pooling, common hostname DR-596 maximum transit entries P3R-120
access servers accounting command SR-70
four services supported DR-171 accounting, IPX
access-class command DR-364, P1R-110, WR-284 configuring P2R-250
access-enable command SR-144 database threshold P2R-253
access-expression command BR-90 deleting database entries P2R-221
access-list (encryption) command SR-210 enabling P2R-250
access-list (extended) command filters P2R-252
DECnet P3R-104 maximum transit entries P2R-254
access-list (filter connect initiate packets) command acc-qos command VR-4
DECnet P3R-106 activation character
access-list (standard) command IR-2 setting FR-58
DECnet P3R-110 activation-character command FR-58
access-list (type-code) command IR-3 adapter command BR-742
access-list additional-zones command P2R-2 address command SR-394
access-list cable-range command P2R-4 address ranges, summarizing
access-list command IS-IS for IP P1R-299, P1R-362
IP OSPF P1R-247
extended P1R-112, P1R-127, P1R-131 Address Resolution Protocol
standard P1R-121 See ARP
IPX address translation gateway
extended P2R-206, P2R-229 See ATG, DECnet
NLSP route aggregation summarization P2R-210 addressed-key command SR-395
SAP P2R-213 addresses
standard P2R-216 alternate destinations, defining WR-331
violation logging P2R-206, P2R-229 primary IP P1R-14
SRB BR-92 secondary IP P1R-14
transparent bridging SMDS
extended BR-2 displaying assigned WR-264, WR-265

Command Reference Master Index 3


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

effect of bridging WR-268 definition BR-195


mapping IP multicast WR-280 ALPS
multicast WR-273 alarms
multicast ARP WR-275 ASCU BR-881
structure of WR-268 circuits BR-882
X.121 peer BR-883
called, suppressing WR-384 ASCU
calling displaying status BR-915
suppressing WR-385 logical address BR-876
addresses (continued) physical address BR-877
updating WR-395 poll BR-884
setting WR-330 circuit
address-registration activating BR-879, BR-885
ATM deactivating BR-912
(example) WR-6 default BR-880
adjacency definition BR-878
TARP blacklist disabling BR-891
displaying P3R-312 displaying status BR-916
setting P3R-323 message queue BR-893
adjacency levels, IS-IS for IP, specifying P1R-340, P1R-341 remote CPE BR-878
adjacent-cp-name command BR-572 counters BR-913
administrative distance error message display BR-886
BGP, setting P1R-385 error states BR-898, BR-904
defaults (table) P1R-309, P1R-473 HLD definition BR-894
IP Enhanced IGRP, setting P1R-309 IP address BR-895
OSPF default P1R-310, P1R-473 messages BR-896
RIP default P1R-310, P1R-473 multiplexing BR-897
administrative filtering P1024B
statically configured stations BR-8 displaying status BR-919
ADT P1024B protocol BR-914
primary end of link peer
specifying BR-305 alarms BR-883
Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking displaying status BR-918
See APPN partner CPE BR-902
AESOs TCP BR-901
attaching to interfaces SR-457 polls
agent set control unit intervals BR-900
See ALPS, ASCU limits BR-908
aggregate address, configuring for BGP P1R-366 minimum requirement BR-899
aggregate-address command P1R-366 service messages
Airline Product Set content BR-907
See ALPS intervals BR-905
algorithms lists BR-906
encryption TCP peers BR-892, BR-901
See IKE, algorithms timeouts BR-909, BR-910
hash X.121 address BR-911
See IKE, algorithms X.25 interface BR-887
alias command FR-610 X.25 virtual circuit BR-889
aliases alps a1-map a2-map command BR-876
creating for commands FR-610 alps ascu command BR-877
default FR-610 alps circuit command BR-878
displaying FR-663 alps connection-type permanent command BR-879
all-nets flooding alps default-ckt command BR-880
IPX P2R-276 alps enable-alarms ascu command BR-881
all-routes explorer packets alps enable-alarms circuit command BR-882

4 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

alps enable-alarms peer command BR-883 adding P3R-7


alps enable-ascu command BR-884 displaying P3R-14
alps enable-circuit command BR-885 update interval P3R-9
alps error-display command BR-886 static routes, adding to routing table P3R-7
alps host-hld host-link command BR-887 traffic, displaying statistics P3R-16
alps hostlink command BR-889 apollo maximum-paths command P3R-5
alps idle-timer command BR-891 apollo network command P3R-6
alps keepalive command BR-892 apollo route command P3R-7
alps lifetime-timer command BR-893 apollo routing command P3R-8
alps local-hld remote-hld command BR-894 apollo update-time command P3R-9
alps local-peer command BR-895 AppleTalk
alps max-msg-length command BR-896 access control
alps mpx command BR-897 access group P2R-21
alps n1 command BR-898 distribute list P2R-37, P2R-39
alps n2 command BR-899 zone filter P2R-55
alps poll-pause command BR-900 zones P2R-2
alps primary-peer command BR-901 access lists
alps remote-peer command BR-902 cable range P2R-4
alps retry-option command BR-904 displaying P2R-112
alps service-msg-interval command BR-905 interface cable range P2R-21
alps service-msg-list command BR-906 network numbers P2R-21
alps service-msg-list number command BR-907 other access P2R-13
alps servlim command BR-908 range-overlaps P2R-6
alps t1 command BR-909 within P2R-17
alps t2 command BR-910 network numbers, creating P2R-11
alps translate command BR-911 zones, creating P2R-2, P2R-19
alt-dial command VR-6 addresses
AMI line coding IR-355 format P2R-24
anchoring remapping P2R-44
regular expressions DR-905 adjacent networks P2R-114
answer-address command VR-7 adjacent routers P2R-150
AO/DI ARP table entries
BAP number deleting P2R-102
formats DR-866 displaying P2R-116
prefix DR-866 gleaning P2R-57
client ARP table update interval P2R-25, P2R-27, P2R-29
enabling DR-870 AURP
mapping DR-871 enabling P2R-75
multilink PPP bundle last-heard-from timer P2R-30
receive only mode DR-869 private path database P2R-119
apollo access-group command P3R-2 routing update interval P2R-31
apollo access-list command P3R-3 tunnel interface, assigning AppleTalk
Apollo Domain domain-group number P2R-41
access lists update-events queue P2R-118
applying to an interface P3R-2 cable ranges
creating P3R-3 assigning to interface P2R-32
ARP table, displaying entries P3R-11 remapping P2R-44
interfaces, displaying status P3R-12 CAP
load sharing P3R-5 compatibility
maximum paths, setting P3R-5 checksum P2R-33
parallel paths, choosing between P3R-5 Columbia AppleTalk Package
routing See CAP
enabling P3R-8 discovery mode P2R-35
interface, enabling on P3R-6 enabling P2R-23, P2R-32, P2R-35
routing table entries startup process P2R-35

Command Reference Master Index 5


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

domain configuring dynamically P2R-35


hop count P2R-42 displaying P2R-136
information, displaying P2R-123 domain number, assigning P2R-41
number, assigning P2R-41 internetwork parameters, displaying P2R-133
eigrp interfaces, displaying P2R-125 IPTalk
eigrp log-neighbor-changes command P2R-49 /etc/services file P2R-61
eigrp-bandwidth-percent command P2R-48 IP encapsulation, configuring P2R-59
Enhanced IGRP UDP port numbers P2R-61
enabling P2R-75 LocalTalk P2R-1
AppleTalk (continued) MacIP
hello packets P2R-51 addresses, allocating P2R-65, P2R-69
hold time P2R-51 clients, displaying P2R-140
neighbors servers, displaying P2R-141
displaying P2R-127 servers, establishing P2R-67
query packets P2R-50 traffic statistics P2R-144, P2R-164
route redistribution P2R-82 maximum paths, defining P2R-71
split horizon P2R-50 NBP
timers, adjusting P2R-51 lookup interval P2R-72
topology table P2R-129 lookup type P2R-63
update packets P2R-50 name registration table P2R-148
EtherTalk P2R-1 registered entities P2R-197
extended interface services, displaying P2R-146
assigning cable range P2R-32 tests P2R-197
extended interfaces P2R-35 neighbor table P2R-103
fast switching P2R-81 network connectivity
configuring P2R-81 testing P2R-109, P2R-111
displaying cache entries P2R-121 network events, logging P2R-53
FDDITalk P2R-1, P2R-74 nonextended interface, assigning address P2R-23
filters Phase 1/Phase 2 networks
data packet, applying P2R-21 compatibility P2R-77
GZL, applying P2R-39, P2R-55 ping test characters (table) P2R-109
partial zone P2R-73 pre-FDDITalk packets, enabling recognition P2R-74
routing table P2R-37, P2R-39 proxy network numbers, assigning P2R-77
floating static routes P2R-89 routes
displaying P2R-162 poisoned P2R-158, P2R-159
nonextended networks P2R-91 routing P2R-83
free-trade zone P2R-54 extended interface P2R-35
GZL routing protocol, specifying P2R-75
filters P2R-39, P2R-55 routing table
replies P2R-39, P2R-55 displaying entries P2R-156
hop count P2R-42 update timers, setting P2R-94
interenterprise routing routing updates
addresses advertising P2R-79
remapping P2R-44 interval timer P2R-85
AURP tunnel interface P2R-41 retransmission, disabling P2R-88
cable ranges strict checking P2R-93
remapping P2R-44 stub mode, enabling P2R-86
domain name P2R-43 timers, setting P2R-94
domain number P2R-43 RTMP
domains P2R-43 enabling P2R-75
hop count P2R-42 routes without zones P2R-79
remap routing updates, disabling transmission P2R-88
displaying P2R-153 strict checking of routing updates P2R-93
remapping P2R-44 stub mode, enabling P2R-86
interfaces service types (table) P2R-63

6 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

SMDS, configuring over WR-273 appletalk iptalk-baseport command P2R-61


SMRP appletalk lookup-type command P2R-63
enabling for P2R-194 appletalk macip server command P2R-67
fast-switching cache table, clearing appletalk macip static command P2R-69
entries P2R-107 appletalk maximum-paths command P2R-71
fast-switching cache table, displaying P2R-178 appletalk name-lookup interval command P2R-72
fast-switching, enabling on a port P2R-192 appletalk permit-partial-zones command P2R-73
sockets P2R-161 appletalk pre-fdditalk command P2R-74
AppleTalk (continued) appletalk protocol command P2R-75
static routes appletalk proxy-npb command P2R-77
displaying P2R-162 AppleTalk Remote Access
overriding P2R-89, P2R-91 See ARA
test mode, entering P2R-197 appletalk require-route-zones command P2R-79
TokenTalk P2R-1 appletalk route-cache command P2R-81
traffic statistics P2R-164 appletalk route-redistribution command P2R-82
tunneling appletalk routing command P2R-83
Cayman IR-372, P1R-107, P2R-201 appletalk rtmp jitter command P2R-85
ZIP appletalk rtmp-stub command P2R-86
query interval P2R-98 appletalk send-rtmps command P2R-88
reply filter, creating P2R-99 appletalk static cable command P2R-91
zone appletalk static cable-range command P2R-89
assigning name P2R-100 appletalk static network command P2R-91
displaying P2R-170 appletalk strict-rtmp-checking command P2R-93
name format P2R-100 appletalk timers command P2R-94
special characters P2R-100 AppleTalk Update Routing Protocol
Zone Information Protocol See AppleTalk, AURP
See ZIP appletalk virtual-net command P2R-96
appletalk access-group command P2R-21 appletalk zip-query-interval command P2R-98
appletalk address command P2R-23 appletalk zip-reply-filter command P2R-99
appletalk alternate-addressing command P2R-24 appletalk zone command P2R-100
appletalk arp interval command P2R-25 APPN
appletalk arp retransmit-count command P2R-27 activating and deactivating
appletalk arp-timeout command P2R-29 activation retries, specifying BR-649, BR-650
appletalk aurp tickle-time command P2R-30 limited resources BR-623, BR-624
appletalk cable-range command P2R-32 link, activating BR-588
appletalk checksum command P2R-33 link, deactivating BR-591
appletalk client-mode command P2R-34 port, activating BR-589
appletalk discovery command P2R-35 port, deactivating BR-592
appletalk distribute-list in command P2R-37 routing, activating BR-586
appletalk distribute-list out command P2R-39 routing, deactivating BR-590
appletalk domain hop-reduction command P2R-42 startup connection, specifying BR-599
appletalk domain name command P2R-43 subsystem, activating BR-587
appletalk domain remap-range command P2R-44 ATM link, specifying BR-593
appletalk domain-group command P2R-41 BTU
appletalk eigrp active-time command P2R-46 maximum receive size, specifying BR-632
appletalk eigrp log-neighbor-changes command P2R-49 maximum send size, specifying BR-605
appletalk eigrp split-horizon command P2R-50 buffers, specifying BR-596
appletalk eigrp-bandwidth-percent command P2R-48 capacity, specifying BR-610, BR-611
appletalk eigrp-timers command P2R-51 central resource registration feature, disabling BR-597
appletalk event-logging command P2R-53 class of service
appletalk free-trade-zone command P2R-54 defining BR-598
appletalk getzonelist-filter command P2R-55 specifying BR-573
appletalk glean-packets command P2R-57 control point, specifying BR-576
appletalk ignore-verify-errors command P2R-58 cost per byte, specifying BR-600, BR-601
appletalk iptalk command P2R-59 cost per connection, specifying BR-602, BR-603

Command Reference Master Index 7


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

CP-CP session, permitting BR-604 ports BR-685


database storage BR-655, BR-656, BR-657 SNA sessions BR-677, BR-690
destination LU, specifying BR-581 topology BR-693
DLUR network name, specifying BR-575, BR-663
permitting function BR-606 node row, specifying BR-636
specifying node BR-606, BR-607 partner node, specifying BR-572
APPN (continued) ATM link BR-593
DLUS Ethernet link BR-622
backup default, specifying BR-594, BR-595 FDDI link BR-622
node, specifying BR-608, BR-609 Frame Relay link BR-612
DSPU LU-LU session BR-581
specifying BR-646 PPP link BR-642
Frame Relay link QLLC BR-711
specifying BR-612 SDLC BR-658
HPR SMDS address BR-696
hpr command Token Ring link BR-622
APPN ports, defining BR-584
control point BR-613 PPP
link station BR-614 link, specifying BR-642
port BR-615 QLLC
hpr retries command BR-617 link, specifying BR-711
hpr sap command BR-618 X.25 subaddress, configuring BR-712
hpr timers liveness command BR-619 queuing priority, specifying BR-625
hpr timers path-switch command BR-620 route selection, determining
hpr-max-sessions command BR-616 bit rate, specifying BR-610, BR-611
show appn link-station command BR-679 cost per byte BR-600, BR-601
show appn node command BR-683 cost per connection BR-602, BR-603
show appn port command BR-685 local node BR-653
show appn rtp command BR-688 propagation delay BR-643, BR-644
show appn session command BR-690 RSRB
show appn topology command BR-693 configuring BR-654
ISR, enabling BR-621 port, defining BR-584
link station RTP connection
active, specifying maximum BR-631 activating BR-583
inbound, specifying maximum BR-647 SAP (service access point), activating BR-626
name, specifying BR-578 SDLC
outbound, specifying maximum BR-648 link, specifying BR-658
port, specifying BR-641 secondary address, configuring BR-659
role, specifying BR-651, BR-652 security, specifying BR-660, BR-661
memory usage, specifying transmission group, specifying BR-697, BR-698
buffers BR-596 transmission priority, specifying BR-700
cached directory entries BR-628 virtual data link control
cached routing trees BR-629 configuring BR-707
maximum available BR-630 port, defining BR-584
minimum available BR-633 ring-group, specifying BR-707
mode, specifying or changing BR-580 virtual MAC address option, specifying BR-707
monitoring XID, specifying BR-713, BR-714
class of service BR-664 appn class-of-service command BR-573
connection network BR-667 appn connection-network command BR-575
dependent LUs BR-671 appn control-point command BR-576
dependent PUs BR-673 appn link-station command BR-578
directory entries BR-669 appn mode command BR-580
LUs BR-675 appn partner-lu-location command BR-581
mode BR-682 appn path-switch command BR-583
node BR-683 appn port command BR-584

8 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

appn routing command BR-586 arp probe command P1R-5


appn start command BR-587 ARP server
appn start link-station command BR-588 (example) WR-8
appn start port command BR-589 arp snap command P1R-5
appn stop command BR-590 ARP table
appn stop link-station command BR-591 Apollo Domain P3R-11
appn stop port command BR-592 AppleTalk
APS gleaning entries P2R-57
protect interface IR-12, IR-16 update interval P2R-25, P2R-27, P2R-29
aps authenticate command IR-5 LANE
aps force command IR-6 dynamic entries, clearing XR-125
aps group command IR-8 timeout P1R-7
aps lockout command IR-10 VINES P3R-62
aps manual command IR-11 arp timeout command P1R-7
aps protect command IR-12 ASCII
aps revert command IR-13 activation character FR-58
aps timers command IR-14 character
aps unidirectional command IR-15 widths FR-84, FR-105
aps working command IR-16 character set
ARA (table) FR-729
access control DR-649, DR-650, DR-657 disconnect character FR-64
clients, connecting to virtual terminal lines DR-509, dispatch character FR-65, FR-90
DR-518, DR-527 escape character FR-68, FR-93
monitoring DR-658 hold character FR-71, FR-96
session, automatic startup DR-620 padding FR-78, FR-101
arap authentication command DR-646, SR-26 start character FR-107
using list-names stop character DR-62, FR-109
(caution) SR-26 asp addr-offset command BR-304
arap callback command DR-812 asp role command BR-305
arap dedicated command DR-646 asp rx-ift command BR-306
arap enable command DR-648 asterisk character in regular expressions DR-904
arap net-access-list command DR-650 asychronous mobility DR-626
arap noguest command DR-651 async default ip address command
arap timelimit command DR-653 See peer default ip address command
arap use-tacacs command DR-654, SR-99 async default routing command DR-7
single-line option async dynamic address command DR-8
(caution) SR-99 async dynamic routing command DR-9
arap warningtime command DR-656 async mode dedicated command DR-618
arap zonelist command DR-657 async mode interactive command DR-619
area authentication command P1R-242 async-bootp command DR-4, FR-336
area default-cost command P1R-244 asynchronous
area nssa command P1R-246 mobility DR-486
area range command P1R-247 asynchronous interface, routing on, configuring
area stub command P1R-249 manually DR-9
area virtual-link command P1R-251 asynchronous interfaces
area-address command P2R-219 compression
area-password command P1R-336, P3R-186 ignore-pfc option for async drivers DR-576
ARP MPPC DR-576
displaying accounting information IR-246 group
SMDS broadcast messages WR-275 effect of peer neighbor routes DR-589
SMDS, enabling WR-260, WR-271, WR-273 group ranges DR-17
arp arpa command P1R-5 groups, designating IR-115
ARP cache members DR-24
See ARP table Asynchronous Transfer Mode-Data Exchange Interface
arp command P1R-4, WR-260 See ATM-DXI

Command Reference Master Index 9


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

ATG (example) WR-25


DECnet, configuring P3R-133 multipoint intervals
ATM configuring (example) WR-26
ABR NSAP address WR-28
rate-factor (example) WR-5 (example) WR-29
addresses OAM
multicast (example) WR-25 cell flush (example) WR-30
NSAP (example) WR-29 permanent rate queues
address-registration (example) WR-34
(example) WR-6 configuring WR-33
configuration WR-6 point-to-multipoint SVC P1R-624
AIP filter register poll timer (example) WR-150
(example) WR-44 protocol addresses, mapping (example) WR-63
configuring WR-44 PVC
APPN partner node, specifying BR-593 discovery (example) WR-19
ARP server raw queue size
(example) WR-8 (example) WR-35
channels configuring WR-35
maximum, configuring (example) WR-21 receive buffers
Cisco 4500 Series configuring WR-36
loopback for OS3, DS3, E3 interfaces WR-77 receive buffers (example) WR-36
commands WR-1 scrambling
DS3 DS3 (example) WR-10
framing (example) WR-16 signaling
scrambling (example) WR-10 point-to-multipoint (example) WR-27
E.164 addresses SMDS WR-39
(example) WR-39 AAL3/4 encapsulations WR-25
configuring WR-39 broadcast addresses WR-25
E.164 auto conversion multicast addresses WR-25
(example) WR-11 multicast addresses, configuring
E3 (example) WR-25
framing (example) WR-17 SONET PLIM IR-17
E3-scramble (example) WR-40
(example) WR-12 configuring WR-40
ESI address speed WR-33
(example) WR-13 SSCOP WR-145
exception queue SSCOP connection control timer (example) WR-147
length (example) WR-15 SSCOP receiver window
framing (example) WR-151
DS3 (example) WR-16 SSCOP retry count (example) WR-149
E3 (example) WR-17 SSCOP transmitter window (example) WR-152
ILMI static maps
keepalives (example) WR-18 displaying WR-101
PVC discovery (example) WR-19 subinterfaces, configuring WR-74
interfaces SVC
(example) WR-75 disabling WR-37
displaying WR-98 disabling (example) WR-37
keepalive timer (example) WR-148 point-to-multipoint P1R-624
line build-out traffic information, displaying WR-115, WR-117
(example) WR-20 traffic shaping, strict
loopback mode (example) WR-77 (example) WR-38
maximum number of VCs, configuring WR-23 enabling WR-38
MID transmit buffers
per VC (example) WR-24 (example) WR-41
multicast addresses configuring WR-41

10 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

ATM (continued) ATM virtual circuit configuration commands


transmit clock cbr VR-190
enabling (example) WR-9 atm vp-filter command WR-44
UNI version atm-address command XR-180
(example) WR-42 atm-dest-address command BR-593
configuring WR-42 atmsig close atm command WR-37
unicast addresses WR-39 attach command FR-490
VC status, displaying P1R-672 attach shelf command FR-682
vc-per-vp (example) WR-43 authentication
virtual circuits CAs SR-368
maximum, configuring (example) WR-23 IP Enhanced IGRP packets P1R-312
atm aal aal3/4 command WR-4 MD5, RIP P1R-489
atm abr rate-factor command WR-5 on DRP Server Agent P1R-149
atm address-registration command WR-6 See also CHAP; MD5 authentication; PAP; security;
atm arp-server command WR-7 IKE, authentication
atm clock internal command WR-9 authentication command SR-397
atm compression command VR-9 authentication translate option
ATM-DXI IR-72 mapping to virtual interface template command
AAL encapsulations WR-65 DR-515, DR-536
encapsulations (example) WR-66, WR-69 authorization command SR-60
protocols supported for maps WR-63 autobaud command FR-59
requires ADSU WR-63 autoconfigure discovery command DR-83
atm ds3-scramble command WR-10 autoconfigure, modem DR-84
atm e164 auto-conversion command WR-11 auto-cut-through command VR-110
atm e164 auto-conversion example WR-11 autodetect encapsulation command DR-258, DR-338
atm e3-scramble command WR-12 autodetect encapsulation v120 command DR-642
atm esi-address command WR-13 autohangup command DR-11
atm exception-queue command WR-15 automatic protection switching
atm framing (DS3) command WR-16 See APS
atm framing (E3) command WR-17 automatic protocol startup
atm ilmi-keepalive command WR-18 ARA DR-620
atm ilmi-pvc-discovery command WR-19 PPP DR-620
atm lbo command WR-20 SLIP DR-620
atm max-channels command WR-21 automatic receiver polarity reversal IR-18
atm maxvc command WR-23 autonomous bridging
atm mid-per-vc command WR-24 enabling on ciscoBus II BR-21
atm multicast command WR-25 autonomous switching
atm multipoint-interval command WR-26 SRB, enabling BR-190
atm multipoint-signaling command WR-27 autonomous systems
atm multipoint-signalling command WR-27 BGP providing paths to remote networks P1R-465
atm nsap-address command WR-28 boundary router P1R-255, P1R-515
atm oam flush command WR-30 auto-polarity command IR-18
atm pvc command WR-21, WR-31 autoselect command DR-620
atm pvp command WR-31 auto-summary command
atm rate-queue command WR-33 BGP P1R-368
atm rawq-size command WR-35 IP Enhanced IGRP P1R-304
atm rxbuff command WR-36 RIP P1R-202
atm sig-traffic-shaping strict command WR-38 Auxiliary Extended Security Options
atm smds-address command WR-39 See AESOs
atm sonet command IR-17 Available Bit Rate
atm sonet stm-1 command WR-40 See ABR
atm txbuff command WR-41
atm uni-version command WR-42
atm vc-per-vp command WR-43

Command Reference Master Index 11


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

B local marker facilities (table) WR-405


mapping algorithm WR-318
B8ZS line coding IR-355 remote-red setting WR-374
backup delay command DR-740 X.25 encapsulation WR-292
backup interface bfe command WR-285
Dialer Profiles DR-747 BGP
backup interface command DR-741, DR-748 administrative distance, setting P1R-385
backup load command DR-742, DR-750 aggregate address, configuring P1R-366
backup server table autonomous system path P1R-428
IPX Enhanced IGRP P2R-256 backdoor routes, indicating P1R-425
backup-dlus command community attribute
APPN control point BR-594 sending to a neighbor P1R-417
APPN link station BR-595 setting P1R-430
backward explicit congestion notification community list, creating P1R-389
See BECN community, matching P1R-393
bandwidth confederation P1R-372
setting DR-236, IR-19 display routes
Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol allowed by a community list P1R-447
See PPP, BACP DR-781 of communities P1R-445
bandwidth command DR-236, IR-19 enabling P1R-427
bandwidth on demand, DDR DR-695 filtering packets and routing information DR-902
banner exec command FR-122 IP access (example) DR-907
banner incoming command FR-124 local preference value, setting P1R-536
banner login command FR-126 metric type P1R-434
banner motd command FR-127 networks, specifying P1R-424
banners route dampening
disabling on a line FR-122, FR-126, FR-136 configuring factors P1R-374
enabling on a line FR-122, FR-126, FR-136 dampened routes, displaying P1R-449
EXEC, displaying FR-122 dampening information, clearing P1R-380
for reverse Telnet lines FR-124 enabling P1R-374
incoming message FR-124 flap statistics, clearing P1R-381
line number FR-141 flap statistics, displaying P1R-452
login FR-126 setting with a route-map P1R-432
MOTD FR-127 suppressed routes, unsuppressing P1R-380
using to announce system shutdown FR-127 route filtering P1R-387, P1R-402
See also messages route map P1R-517
Banyan VINES route reflector, configuring P1R-370, P1R-371,
See VINES P1R-415
baud rate route summarization P1R-202, P1R-304, P1R-368
receive, changing for session FR-104 routing domain confederation P1R-372
receive, configuring for a line DR-180 sessions, resetting immediately P1R-377
transmit and receive, configuring for a line DR-187 soft reconfiguration P1R-378, P1R-418
transmit, configuring for a line DR-195 synchronization with IGPs P1R-465
X.3 PAD parameters DR-896 TCP MD5 authentication P1R-407
See also line speed timers, adjusting P1R-467
Bc, committed burst size, Frame Relay WR-172 bgp always-compare-med command P1R-369
Be, excess burst size, Frame Relay WR-174 bgp client-to-client reflection command P1R-370
BECN bgp cluster-id command P1R-371
bits WR-246 bgp confederation identifier command P1R-372
message generation QR-85 bgp confederation peers command P1R-373
BFE bgp dampening command P1R-374
address translation WR-285, WR-318 bgp default local-preference command P1R-376
Blacker Emergency Mode bgp fast-external-fallover command P1R-377
entering WR-285 bgp-policy command QR-4
leaving WR-285

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BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

Binary Synchronous Communications Break key FR-309


See Bisync Break key, use in login string DR-415
Bisync Break signals DR-895
bsc dial-contention command BR-310 generating DR-462
character set BR-308 X.3, action upon receipt of DR-895
contention interfaces BR-309 bridge acquire command BR-8
number of poll-list cycles BR-317 bridge address command BR-9
poll timeout BR-313 bridge bridge command BR-11
polling cycle interval BR-312 bridge circuit-group pause command BR-12
primary end of link BR-314 bridge circuit-group source-based command BR-13
retries for a device BR-315 bridge cmf command BR-14
secondary end of link BR-316 bridge crb command BR-15, P1R-15
specific polls BR-318 bridge domain command BR-16
Bisync enhancements bridge forwarding database, viewing classes of
bsc contention command BR-309 entries BR-65
Blacker Emergency Mode WR-333 bridge forward-time command BR-18
address translation WR-285 bridge group command P1R-15
entering WR-285 bridge groups, assigning interface to BR-13, BR-19, BR-23
leaving WR-285 bridge hello-time command BR-44
Blacker Front End bridge irb command BR-45
See BFE bridge lat-service-filtering command BR-46
Block Serial Tunneling bridge max-age command BR-47
See BSTUN bridge multicast-source command BR-48
boot bootldr command FR-302 bridge priority command BR-49
boot bootstrap command FR-304 bridge protocol command BR-50
boot buffersize command FR-209 bridge protocol data units
boot command FR-298 intervals between hello BR-44
boot config command FR-210 bridge protocol ibm command BR-94
BOOT environment variable bridge route command BR-51
rearranging order of entries FR-308 bridge-group aging-time command BR-20
specifying FR-306, FR-309 bridge-group cbus-bridging command BR-21
boot field bridge-group circuit-group command BR-23
bit settings, listing FR-316 bridge-group command BR-19
default values, changing FR-311, FR-313 bridge-group input-address-list command BR-24
boot flash command FR-298 bridge-group input-lat-service-deny command BR-25
boot host command FR-212 bridge-group input-lat-service-permit command BR-26
boot network command FR-214 bridge-group input-lsap-list command BR-27
boot register FR-311, FR-313 bridge-group input-pattern-list command BR-28
boot system command FR-306, FR-307 bridge-group input-type-list command BR-29
booting bridge-group lat-compression command BR-30
from Flash FR-306 bridge-group output-address-list command BR-31
checksum values, MOP FR-271 bridge-group output-lat-service-deny command BR-32
from network server FR-298 bridge-group output-lat-service-permit command BR-33
(example) FR-300 bridge-group output-lsap-list command BR-34
manually from Flash FR-298 bridge-group output-pattern-list command BR-36
system software, configuration register bridge-group output-type-list command BR-37
FR-311, FR-313 bridge-group path-cost command BR-38
BOOTLDR environment variable, specifying FR-302 bridge-group priority command BR-39
BOOTP bridge-group spanning-disabled command BR-40
forwarding agent P1R-27, P1R-32 bridge-group sse command BR-42
bootstrap image bridge-group virtual interface (BVI) BR-63
backing up on a server FR-270 bridges
secondary FR-304 displaying
Border Gateway Protocol all global information BR-151
See BGP logical configuration BR-152

Command Reference Master Index 13


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

bridging bstun lisnsap command BR-321


X.25 WR-355 bstun peer-name command BR-322
broadcast command WR-45 bstun protocol-group command BR-323
broadcasts bstun route (Frame Relay) command BR-328
IP bstun route command BR-326, BR-328
and transparent bridging spanning-tree protocol buckets-of-history-kept command FR-366
P1R-29 buffer-percent command BR-596
flooding P1R-29 buffers
IPX character, for terminal sessions FR-65, FR-67
forwarding P2R-276 command history
type 20 packets P2R-381, P2R-382, P2R-383 changing for session FR-44
VINES setting for a line FR-15
forwarding P3R-78 configuration file, changing size FR-209
serverless networks P3R-86 interface buffer pool tuning FR-614
zero-hop P3R-86 management parameters FR-613, FR-615
XNS message logging to internal FR-506
all-nets P3R-374 public buffer pool tuning FR-614
flooding P3R-374, P3R-375, P3R-376 receive
in 3Com environment P3R-375 (example) WR-36
forwarding P3R-377, P3R-380 configuring WR-36
BSC size, setting FR-613, FR-615
Bisync enhancements statistics, displaying FR-664
contention BR-310 transmit
bsc contention command BR-309 (example) WR-41
bsc dial-contention command BR-310 configuring WR-41
contention interfaces BR-309 XRemote, changing size of DR-493
bsc contention command BR-309 buffers command FR-613
bsc dial-contention command BR-310 buffers huge size command FR-615
bsc host-timeout command BR-311 burned-in address WR-307
bsc pause command BR-312 busy-message command DR-366, FR-129
bsc poll-timeout command BR-313
bsc primary command BR-314
bsc retries command BR-315 C
bsc secondary command BR-316
bsc servlim command BR-317
cable arp command VR-204
bsc spec-poll command BR-318
cable channel-change command VR-205
bsc-char-set command BR-308
cable downstream annex command VR-206
BSTUN
cable downstream frequency command VR-207
custom queuing
cable downstream if-output command VR-208
BSTUN header BR-344
cable downstream interleave-depth command VR-209
TCP port BR-346
cable downstream modulation command VR-210
frames, specifying BR-326
cable downstream symbol-rate command VR-211
group, specifying BR-319
cable insertion-interval command VR-212
interface
cable ip-broadcast-echo command VR-214
enabling BR-329
cable ip-multicast-echo command VR-213
over Frame Relay
cable length, T3 IR-20
bstun lisnsap command BR-321
cable privacy kek grace-time command VR-215
bstun route command BR-328
cable privacy kek life-time command VR-216
frame-relay map bstun command BR-332
cable privacy tek grace-time command VR-217
frame-relay map llc2 command BR-333
cable privacy tek life-time command VR-218
frames, specifying BR-328
cable proxy-arp command VR-219
peers, specifying BR-322
cable shared-secret command VR-220
protocol group, specifying BR-323
cable source-verify command VR-225
bstun group command BR-319
cable spectrum-group command VR-221
bstun keepalive-count command BR-320
cable spectrum-group frequency command VR-223

14 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

cable upstream fec command VR-226 locations


cable upstream frequency command VR-227 specifying SR-388
cable upstream power-level command VR-228 public keys SR-368
cable upstream scramble command VR-230 URLs
cable upstream shutdown command VR-231 specifying SR-388
cablelength command IR-20 See also Certification Authority Interoperability
cablelength long command IR-21, VR-10 cas-custom command DR-259
cablelength short command IR-23, VR-12 cas-group (controller e1) command DR-265
ca-identity mode cas-group command DR-269, IR-24
enabling SR-377 caution, description VR-230
calendar set command FR-616 Cayman tunneling
call user data AppleTalk IR-372, P1R-107, P2R-201
See CUD CBAC
callback application-layer protocols
ARA DR-812 configuring SR-188
ARA protocol chat scripts DR-815 audit trail messages
dialer interface, non-DTR DR-809 (example) SR-178
enabling for PPP client DR-814 enabling SR-178
enabling on interface DR-807 configurations
enabling on the EXEC DR-818 viewing SR-204
exec chat scripts DR-817 denial-of-service attacks
forcing a waiting period DR-813 detection SR-198
PPP, client or server DR-809 disabling SR-203
secure DR-806 H.323 inspection
callback forced-wait command DR-813 configuring SR-188
called-number command DR-64 half-open sessions
caller ID screening DR-820 deleting, high threshold SR-182, SR-191
configuring DR-202, DR-295, DR-822 deleting, low threshold SR-184, SR-193
platform support DR-202, DR-295, DR-822 description SR-182
CAP TCP threshold SR-198
compatibility P2R-59 inspection rules
CAR applying SR-180
access lists QR-2 applying (example) SR-180
interface statistics (table) QR-62 defining SR-186
policies, configuring QR-46 removing SR-180
carrier wait time viewing SR-204
DDR Java
interface disabling DR-707 blocking SR-186
map class DR-730 blocking (caution) SR-188
CAs inspection, configuring SR-188
authenticating SR-368 RPC inspection
(example) SR-368 configuring SR-189
CEP session information
support SR-389 (example) SR-204
configuration viewing SR-204
(example) SR-388 SMTP inspection
declaring SR-377, SR-388 configuring SR-189
(example) SR-377, SR-388 TCP inspection
enrolling SR-374 configuring SR-187
identity timeouts
deleting SR-377 DNS idle, specifying SR-179
LDAP FIN-exchange, specifying SR-195
support SR-389 overriding SR-189
support (example) SR-389 synwait, specifying SR-200

Command Reference Master Index 15


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

CBAC (continued) revoking SR-374


TCP idle, specifying SR-196 storing SR-372
UDP idle, specifying SR-201 viewing SR-390
UDP inspection (example) SR-390–SR-391
configuring SR-187 Certification Authority Interoperability
cbr VR-190 CA authentication SR-368
CCL scripts, using modified and unmodified together CEP
DR-621 specifying SR-389
CCO challenge password SR-374
accessing vi description SR-363
definition vi LDAP support
cd command FR-170 specifying SR-389
CDP NVRAM memory usage SR-372
enabling and disabling for routing device FR-370 See also CAs; certificates; CRLs; RSA keys
enabling on an interface FR-368 ces aal1 clock command WR-47
global information, displaying FR-404 ces aal1 service command WR-48
interface status information, displaying FR-407 ces cell-loss-integration-period command VR-191
neighbor ces circuit command WR-50
information, displaying FR-408 ces clockmode synchronous command VR-192
table, clearing FR-373 ces connect command VR-193
neighbor device, displaying information FR-405 ces dsx1 clock source command WR-53
traffic counters, clearing FR-372 ces dsx1 framing command WR-54
traffic information, displaying FR-410 ces dsx1 lbo command WR-56
transmission hold time, configuring FR-369 ces dsx1 linecode command WR-57
transmission timer, setting FR-371 ces dsx1 loopback command WR-58
cdp enable command FR-368 ces dsx1 signalmode robbedbit command WR-59
cdp holdtime command FR-369 ces initial-delay command VR-195
cdp run command FR-370 ces max-buf-size command VR-196
cdp timer command FR-371 ces partial-fill command VR-197
CEF ces pvc command WR-60
interface, enabling XR-31 ces service command VR-198
central resource registration CGMP
disabling BR-597 clearing P1R-568
central-resource-registration command BR-597 enabling P1R-578
CEP proxy P1R-578
specifying SR-389 Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
certificate chain configuration mode See CHAP
enabling SR-370 Channel Interface Processor
certificate command SR-364 See CMCC adapters
certificate enrollment protocol Channel Port Adapter
See CEP See CMCC adapters
certificates channel service unit/data service unit
accepting SR-366 See CSU/DSU
(example) SR-366 channel-associated signaling (CAS) WR-51
adding SR-364 channel-group (Fast EtherChannel) command IR-26
deleting SR-364, SR-370 channel-group command DR-273, VR-13
(example) SR-364, SR-370 channelized E1
requesting SR-374 channel groups DR-273
(example) SR-375 controller, statistics DR-279, DR-317
requests loopback
resending (example) SR-385, SR-387 local, interface DR-310
resending, number of times SR-385 channelized T1
resending, wait period SR-387 channel groups DR-273
retrieving SR-372 controller
(example) SR-372 descriptive name DR-284

16 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

channelized T1 (continued) expect-send pairs


loopback IR-146, IR-147 sample (table) DR-670
local, entire line DR-309 naming conventions DR-668, DR-672
local, interface DR-310 physical terminal lines, using on DR-38, DR-815,
remote, interface DR-312 DR-817
channelized T3 IR-54, IR-359 starting
Channelized T3 Interface Processor (CT3IP) because of incoming connections DR-40
See T3 from the EXEC DR-60
channel-protocol command BR-744 manually for a line DR-60
channels on line activation DR-38
ATM on line reset DR-42
maximum, configuring (example) WR-21 on system startup DR-44
CHAP writing DR-668
authentication method DR-590 chat-script command DR-668
rotary, common alias for routers DR-596 regular expressions
username and password, specifying DR-615 (example) DR-907
using with DDR DR-700 checksums
character data bits AppleTalk P2R-33
changing for session FR-89 ISO CLNS P3R-198
setting for line FR-61 system images, verifying FR-271
character mapping chunk size, configuring IP DR-373
creating DR-472 CIP
determining DR-450 See CMCC adapters
displaying DR-451 CIPX DR-630
character padding circuit emulation services (CES)
changing for session FR-101 cable length WR-56
configuring for line FR-78 CBR information WR-136
character set channel-associated signaling (CAS) WR-51
See 7-bit character set; 8-bit character set ciruit information WR-126
character width clocking WR-47, WR-53
EXEC process clocking information WR-144
changing for session FR-94 framing WR-54
configuring for a line FR-69 hard PVC WR-60
defining default FR-62 interface information WR-129
special characters line code format WR-57
changing for session FR-105 loopback WR-58
configuring for line FR-84 on-hook detection WR-51
defining default FR-63 robbed bit signaling WR-59
characters in regular expressions status information WR-124, WR-132
$ character DR-903 structured services WR-51
* character DR-903 unstructured services WR-51
+ character DR-903 Cisco 2520 through 2523 routers
. character DR-903 low-speed serial interfaces, physical layer DR-35
? character DR-903 Cisco 4500 Series
^ character DR-903 ATM loopback, OC3, DS3, E3 interfaces WR-77
_ character DR-903 Cisco Connection Online
chat scripts See CCO
ARA protocol-callback DR-815 Cisco Discovery Protocol
backward compatibility, SLIP and PPP DR-637 See CDP
DDR DR-672 Cisco IOS
escape sequences saving configuration changes FR-xxii
(table) DR-669 ciscoBus II, enabling autonomous bridging on BR-21
example DR-907 Cisco-supported RFCs
EXEC callback DR-817 (table) FR-737

Command Reference Master Index 17


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

class command WR-62 clear ip cef command XR-24


map-list configuration WR-164 clear ip cgmp command P1R-568
virtual circuit configuration WR-166 clear ip drp command P1R-125
class-of-service command BR-598 clear ip dvmrp route command P1R-569
claw (backup) command BR-748 clear ip eigrp neighbors command P1R-305, P1R-569
claw command BR-745 clear ip flow stats command XR-2
clear access-list counters command P1R-123 clear ip igmp group command P1R-570
clear access-template command SR-147 clear ip mds forwarding command XR-106
clear adjacency command XR-22 clear ip mroute command P1R-571
clear alps circuits command BR-912 clear ip nat translation command P1R-10
clear alps counters command BR-913 clear ip nhrp command P1R-12
clear appletalk arp command P2R-102 clear ip pim auto-rp command P1R-572
clear appletalk neighbor command P2R-103 clear ip pim interface count command XR-107
clear appletalk route command P2R-104 clear ip route command P1R-13, P1R-472
clear appletalk traffic command P2R-105 clear ip rtp header-compression command P1R-573
clear arp-cache command P1R-8 clear ip sdr command P1R-574
clear atm vc command XR-124 clear ip sse command P1R-126
clear bridge command BR-54 clear ip trigger-authentication command SR-27
clear bridge multicast command BR-55 clear ip wccp command FR-148
clear card-message command FR-235 clear ipx accounting command P2R-221
clear cdp counters command FR-372 clear ipx cache command P2R-223
clear cdp table command FR-373 clear ipx nhrp command P2R-224
clear cef linecard command XR-23 clear ipx nlsp neighbors command P2R-225
clear clns cache command P3R-187 clear ipx route command P2R-227
clear clns es-neighbors command P3R-188 clear kerberos creds command SR-120
clear clns is-neighbors command P3R-189 clear lane le-arp command XR-125
clear clns neighbors command P3R-190 clear lane server command XR-127
clear clns route command P3R-191 clear line EXEC command DR-12
clear controller command DR-275 clear logging command FR-492
clear controller lex command IR-28 clear modem command DR-70, DR-72
clear counters command IR-30 clear modempool-counters command DR-74
clear counters line command DR-68 clear mpoa client cache command XR-181
clear crypto connection command SR-219 clear mpoa server cache command XR-182
clear crypto isakmp command SR-399 clear ncia circuit command BR-728
clear crypto sa command SR-316 clear ncia client command BR-729
clear dbconn connection command BR-716 clear ncia client registered command BR-730
clear decnet accounting command P3R-112 clear netbios-cache command BR-95
clear decnet counters command P3R-114 clear rif-cache command BR-96, IR-37
clear dialer command DR-676, DR-682 clear service-module serial command IR-38
clear dlsw circuit command BR-238 clear smrp mcache command P2R-107
clear dlsw reachability command BR-239 clear snapshot quiet-time command DR-826
clear dlsw statistics command BR-240 clear source-bridge command BR-97
clear drip command BR-200 clear sse command BR-56, BR-98
clear entry command DR-367 clear tarp counters command P3R-192
clear frame-relay-inarp command WR-168 clear tarp ldb-table command P3R-193
clear host command P1R-9 clear tarp tid-table command P3R-194
clear hub command IR-32 clear tcp command FR-130
clear hub counters command IR-33 clear tcp statistics command P1R-126
clear interface command IR-34 clear vines cache command P3R-20
clear interface fastethernet command IR-36 clear vines ipc command P3R-21
clear ip accounting checkpoint command P1R-124 clear vines neighbor command P3R-22
clear ip bgp command P1R-378 clear vines route command P3R-23
clear ip bgp dampening command P1R-380 clear vines traffic command P3R-24
clear ip bgp flap-statistics command P1R-381 clear vlan statistics command BR-57
clear ip bgp peer-group command P1R-382 clear voice port command VR-14

18 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

clear vpdn history failure command DR-836 clock rate network-clock command VR-16
clear vpdn tunnel command DR-837 clock read-calendar command FR-618
clear x25 command WR-286 clock set command FR-619
clear x25-vc command clock signal
See clear x25 command inverting DR-249, IR-124
clear xot command WR-288 clock source
client (lu limit) command BR-752 T1 IR-350
client (lu nailing) command BR-754 T3 IR-41
client-atm-address command XR-129 clock source (Cisco AS5200) IR-43
CLNS clock source (Cisco MC3810) command IR-44
See ISO CLNS clock source (controller) command DR-276, IR-45
clns access-group command P3R-195 clock source (interface) command IR-47
clns adjacency-filter command P3R-197 clock source command DR-278, IR-41, VR-17
clns checksum command P3R-198 interface configuration DR-239
clns cluster-alias command P3R-199 clock source line command DR-276
clns configuration-time command P3R-200 clock summer-time command FR-620
clns congestion-threshold command P3R-201 clock ticks
clns dec-compatible command P3R-202 IPX P2R-268
clns enable command P3R-203 clock timezone command FR-622
clns erpdu-interval command P3R-204 clock update-calendar command FR-623
clns esct-time command P3R-205 cluster aliases
clns es-neighbor command P3R-206 ISO CLNS P3R-199
clns filter-expr command P3R-207 CMCC adapters
clns filter-set command P3R-209 activating
clns holding-time command P3R-211 host link BR-777
clns host command P3R-212 assigning
clns is-neighbor command P3R-214 generic-pool BR-765
clns mtu command P3R-215 backup data paths BR-790
clns net (global configuration) command P3R-216 channel-protocol
clns net (interface configuration) command P3R-217 defining transmit rate BR-744
clns packet-lifetime command P3R-218 CLAW
clns rdpdu-interval command P3R-219 configuring BR-745
clns route (interface static route) command P3R-220 display
clns route (to enter a static route) command P3R-221 connection state BR-822
clns route default command P3R-223 packing names BR-822
clns route discard command P3R-224 packing statistics BR-824
clns route-cache command P3R-222 configuring BR-742
clns router isis command P3R-225 claw (backup) BR-748
clns router iso-igrp command P3R-226 CMCP subchannels BR-756
clns routing command P3R-227 CSNA BR-758
clns security-passthrough command P3R-228 DLUR BR-760
clns send-erpdu command P3R-229 DLUS backup BR-762
clns send-rdpdu command P3R-230 interfaces BR-748
clns split-horizon command P3R-231 internal lan BR-775
clns template-alias command P3R-233 IP host backup
clns want-erpdu command P3R-235 offload devices BR-788
clock LLC connection parameters BR-874
transmit maximum LUs BR-782
(example) WR-9 offload device BR-785, BR-788
clock calendar-valid command FR-617 PCA BR-744
clock rate PU entity BR-793
(examples) IR-40 SNA session switch BR-879
clock rate command DR-237, IR-39 internal adapter interface BR-879
clock rate examples DR-238 TCP port setting BR-873
clock rate line command VR-15 TN3270 BR-876

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BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

CMCC adapters (continued) PU entity


TN3270 server BR-876, BR-878 configuring
WILL TIMING-MARK BR-877 direct connection BR-793
define direct link BR-795
preferred network node server BR-792 shut down
defining internal LAN interface BR-872
host link BR-777 physical interfaces BR-872
idle-time BR-767 virtual interfaces BR-872
defining interval specify
keepalive BR-773 internal adapter name BR-784
display TCP port setting BR-873
adapters BR-810 TN3270
internal lans BR-810 generic-pool command BR-765
display information CMNS
channel statistics BR-826 enabling WR-289
CLAW BR-797 LLC2 statistics WR-312
CMPC local X.25 routing on nonserial media WR-289
subchannel information BR-798 restarting WR-286
CMPC transmission groups BR-841 traffic statistics, displaying WR-307
CSNA subchannels BR-801 X.25 routing WR-380
interfaces BR-830, BR-868 cmns enable command WR-289
IP stack BR-807 CMPC
LLC2 sessions BR-820 defining
offload LLC connection parameters BR-874
backup groups BR-797 cmpc command BR-756
TCP connections BR-835 cmt connect command IR-49, IR-50
TCP stack BR-838 cmt disconnect command IR-50
TN3270 server codec command VR-19, VR-111
configuration parameters BR-846, BR-849, Columbia AppleTalk Package
BR-855 See CAP
BR-853 Combinet devices
PU LU BR-862 protocols supported DR-288, DR-347
UDP listener sockets BR-865 Combinet Proprietary Protocol
UDP stack BR-866 See CPP
enabling comfort-noise command VR-113
core dump BR-763 command alias
ICMP stack See aliases
display information BR-805 command history
interfaces buffer size
configuring BR-745 changing for session FR-44
internal adapter setting for a line FR-15
specify name BR-784 displaying previous commands FR-38
IP host backup BR-790 recalling commands FR-38
claw (backup) command BR-748 command modes
LLC2 exiting FR-10
display global configuration FR-216
active connections BR-800 privileged EXEC FR-8
display parameters BR-812 summary (table) FR-xxi
specify number BR-781 command syntax
LSAP, defining help FR-13
SNA session switch BR-779 commands
LU sessions abbreviating FR-3
limiting BR-752 ATM WR-1
offload device history
configuring BR-785 See command history

20 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

commands (continued) NVRAM


mapping old to new displaying file FR-227
(table) FR-335 erasing FR-219
mapping old to new (table) FR-208, FR-234, FR-263 storing
voice port in CONFIG_FILE environment variable FR-272
voice confirmation-tone VR-184 in NVRAM FR-272
committed access rate Configuration Management, FDDI MAC-level connection
See CAR IR-266
Common Command Language (CCL) DR-621 configuration mode
community access string exiting FR-9
setting for SNMP FR-455 configuration register
compand-type command VR-114 streamlined setup facility FR-49
complete sequence number PDU configuration, saving FR-xxii
See CSNP configure command FR-216
compress command DR-240, DR-576, IR-51 configure network command
compress mppc command DR-576 See copy command
compress predictor command DR-240, DR-576 confreg command FR-313
compress stac command DR-240, DR-576 congestion threshold
compressed system images FR-308 DECnet P3R-125
compressing configuration files FR-220 ISO CLNS P3R-201
compression connect command DR-368, DR-382, DR-459, SR-121
configuring IR-51 connect-at-startup command BR-599
HDLC encapsulation IR-52 connection command VR-117
LABP encapsulation IR-52 Connection-Mode Network Service
LAPB DR-240 See CMNS
MPPC connections
ignore-pfc option DR-576 displaying open DR-487, DR-565
packet-by-packet, X.25 BR-87, BR-469, WR-352 escaping from DR-417, DR-559
PPP DR-576 incoming, definition FR-124
PPP encapsulation IR-52 LAT DR-382–DR-383
RAND compression algorithm DR-240 mobile remote node DR-486
specifying for LAT packets BR-30 naming FR-138
statistics, displaying IR-194 NASI clients, connecting to DR-754
TCP packet header WR-357 NetBEUI DR-55
concentrator port enabling DR-34
enabling IR-159 notification of pending output DR-416, FR-77
concurrent routing and bridging, enabling BR-15 PPP DR-635
condition command VR-115 refusing full duplex DR-463, FR-111
conditional default origination, IS-IS P1R-337 resuming DR-36
CONFIG_FILE environment variable, specifying FR-210 reverse DR-26, DR-30
config-isakmp command mode rlogin DR-419, DR-421, DR-422, DR-458–DR-460
enabling SR-405 SLIP DR-639
config-register command FR-311 switching between DR-36
configuration file Telnet DR-458–DR-461
active, displaying FR-226 Telnet, configuring a line DR-464
buffer, changing size FR-209 TN3270 DR-469
copying viewing the status of TCP DR-443
to an rcp server FR-213, FR-215, FR-269, FR-270 X.3 PAD DR-566
host XRemote DR-488, DR-492, DR-496
default filename FR-222 console
loading from a server FR-212, FR-222 displaying debug messages FR-99
network logging messages FR-507
default filename FR-222 console port, configuring DR-22
loading from a server FR-222
network server, storing FR-271

Command Reference Master Index 21


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

constant bit rate (CBR) port cost-per-connect-time command


circuit information WR-126 APPN
clocking WR-79 link station BR-602
clocking information WR-144 port BR-603
configuring WR-76 counters
interface information WR-129, WR-136 clearing IR-30, IR-340
status information WR-124, WR-132 DECnet P3R-114
constrained multicast flooding TARP, clearing P3R-192
enabling BR-14 CPA
multicast state information See CMCC adapters
clearing BR-55 cp-cp-sessions-supported command BR-604
displaying BR-71 CPP
contact string and PPP support DR-339
setting for SNMP FR-457 authentication, negotiating with DR-281, DR-339
continue command FR-315 callback, accepting DR-283, DR-340
controller command DR-279 encapsulation DR-288, DR-347
controller configuration commands half-bridging DR-288, DR-347
cablelength long VR-10 PPP support DR-281
cablelength short VR-12 cpp authentication command DR-281, DR-283,
channel-group VR-13 DR-339, DR-340
clock source VR-17 usernames and passwords used DR-281
loop-detect VR-45 cptone command VR-119
mode VR-46 CRC
shutdown VR-91 G.703/G.704 IR-58
tdm-group VR-96 setting IR-57
voice-group VR-102 crc bits 5 command IR-59
controller t3 command IR-54 crc command IR-57
copy bootflash rcp command FR-277 crc4 command DR-242, IR-58
copy command FR-266 crl optional command SR-366
copy erase flash command CRLs
See erase flash command certificates
copy flash lex command IR-55 accepting SR-366
copy flash rcp command FR-276 revoking SR-373
copy modem command DR-76 checking SR-366
copy mop flash command FR-271 downloading SR-373
copy rcp flash command requesting SR-373
example FR-274 retrieving SR-372
copy rcp running-config command FR-277 (example) SR-372
copy rcp startup-config command FR-277 storing SR-372
copy tftp flash command See also CAs; certificates
example FR-274 cross-connect command VR-21
copy tftp lex command IR-56 crypto algorithm 40-bit-des command
copy verify command See crypto cisco algorithm 40-bit-des command
See verify command crypto algorithm des command
copy verify flash command See crypto cisco algorithm des command
See verify command crypto ca authenticate command SR-368
copy xmodem command FR-240 crypto ca certificate chain command SR-370
copy ymodem command FR-241 crypto ca certificate query command SR-372
cost crypto ca crl request command SR-373
assigning to DECnet P3R-128 crypto ca enroll command SR-374
modifying default for transparent bridging BR-38 crypto ca identity command SR-377
cost-per-byte command crypto card clear-latch command SR-225
APPN crypto card command SR-223
link station BR-600 crypto cisco algorithm 40-bit-des command SR-227
APPN port BR-601 crypto cisco algorithm des command SR-229

22 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

crypto cisco connections command SR-231 CSU/DSU


crypto cisco entities command SR-233 loopback IR-144
crypto cisco key-timeout command SR-235 resetting on Cisco 2524 or Cisco 2525 IR-38
crypto cisco pregen-dh-pairs command SR-236 Ctrl-C command FR-140
crypto clear-latch command Ctrl-Z command FR-140
See crypto card clear-latch command CUD
crypto dynamic-map command SR-318 interpreting calls with unknown WR-334
crypto esa command placing in routing table WR-331, WR-377
See crypto card command custom queueing
crypto gen-signature-keys command configuration information, displaying QR-76
See crypto key generate dss command establishing QR-5
crypto ipsec security-association lifetime command SR-321 custom-queue-list command QR-5
crypto ipsec transform-set command SR-323 cut-through command IR-60
crypto isakmp enable command SR-400 cyclic redundancy check
crypto isakmp identity command SR-401 See CRC
crypto isakmp key command SR-403
crypto isakmp policy command SR-405, SR-421
crypto key exchange dss command SR-242 D
crypto key exchange dss passive command SR-244
crypto key generate dss command SR-247
data
crypto key generate rsa command SR-379, SR-407
inverting IR-120
crypto key pubkey-chain dss command SR-250
data bits
crypto key pubkey-chain rsa command SR-410
changing character FR-89
crypto key zeroize dss command SR-253
setting for session FR-61
crypto key zeroize rsa command SR-382
data communications equipment
crypto key-exchange command
See DCE
See crypto key exchange dss command
data compression DR-240
crypto key-exchange passive command
Data Exchange Interface
See crypto key exchange dss passive command
See DXI 3.2
crypto key-timeout command
data flow control
See crypto cisco key-timeout command
setting FR-95
crypto map (global configuration) command SR-255
data service unit
crypto map (interface configuration) command SR-258
See DSU
crypto map command SR-327, SR-331
data size
crypto map local-address command SR-333
RTR FR-384, FR-385
crypto pregen-dh-pairs command
data terminal equipment
See crypto cisco pregen-dh-pairs command
See DTE, X.25 timers
crypto public-key command
data terminal ready
See crypto key pubkey-chain dss command
See DTR
crypto sdu connections command
databits command FR-60
See crypto cisco connections command
data-character-bits command FR-61
crypto sdu entities command
datagram encapsulation
See crypto cisco entities command
alternate destination addresses WR-331
crypto transform configuration mode
data-link switching
enabling SR-325
See DLSw+
crypto zeroize command
dbconn license command BR-717
See crypto key zeroize dss command
dbconn ping command BR-718
csna command BR-758
dbconn server command BR-719
CSNA device path BR-758
DCE
CSNP
clock rate IR-39
IS-IS, configuring interval P3R-243
Frame Relay device WR-227
packets P2R-316
timing IR-62
See also NLSP
X.25 timers
T10 restart indication WR-386
T11 incoming call WR-387

Command Reference Master Index 23


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

DCE (continued) floating-static routes P2R-346


T12 reset indication WR-388 identifying best line DR-704
T13 clear indication WR-389 idle time, line DR-689
dce-terminal-timing enable command DR-244, IR-62 idle time, map-class DR-718
DDN interface timeout, setting DR-684
local marker facilities (table) WR-405 IPX
X.121 address caution WR-293 spoofing watchdog packets P2R-372
X.25 encapsulation WR-292 watchdog packets P2R-372, P2R-388
DDR P2R-388 legacy
backups with floating-static routes P2R-346 assigning dial string-telephone number DR-705
bandwidth on demand DR-695 calls to single site, dial string DR-679, DR-705
carrier wait time dialer map
specifying for interface DR-707 ISDN interfaces DR-346
specifying for map class DR-730 dialer map, for outbound calls DR-697
chat scripts DR-672 dialer map, ISDN interfaces DR-343
sample expect-send pairs (table) DR-670 enabling DR-678, DR-690
writing DR-668 forwarding broadcasts DR-342, DR-345
clearing dialer interface statistics DR-676, DR-682 ISDN Advice of Charge, BRI (example) DR-343
controlling dialing snapshot routing DR-827
by protocol DR-664, DR-692, DR-720 specifying one telephone number DR-679
by protocol and access list DR-664, outbound calls, identifying best line DR-704
DR-692, DR-720 protocol address for broadcasts DR-698
diagnostics for interface setting dialer load threshold DR-695
displaying DR-221, DR-709, DR-733 single DDR telephone number DR-705, DR-729
dialer hold queue SPX
and rotary groups DR-688 spoofing of watchdog packets P2R-373
dialers supported DR-688 supported access list types and numbers (table)
dialer pool, ISDN B channels DR-665, DR-693, DR-721
maximum number DR-726 telephone number to call
minimum number DR-726 specifying single DR-679
dialer profile DE
CHAP or PAP, username DR-728 See Frame Relay, DE
dialer interface data, displaying DR-221, debug command output
DR-709, DR-733 displaying FR-99
dialer pool and dialer pool-member debug messages
(example) DR-724 displaying enabled FR-550
dialer pool, members DR-726 debug serial-interface command DR-615
dialer pool, specifying DR-724 DEC LAT
link to physical interface DR-726 See LAT
links, maximum number DR-723 DEC spanning-tree protocol
specifying DR-728 specifying use of BR-50
dialer rotary groups DECnet
assigning interfaces DR-702 access groups P3R-115
setting interface priority DR-701 access list (example) DR-907
dialing pool access lists P3R-104, P3R-106, P3R-110
dialer profile DR-724 accounting
DTR dialing database entries, deleting P3R-112
not for rotary group (hunt group) leaders database threshold P3R-119
DR-677, DR-683 disabling P3R-116
outgoing calls only DR-677, DR-683 enabling P3R-116
receiving calls from DR-677, DR-683 filters P3R-117
remote interface passive DR-677, DR-683 maximum transit entries P3R-120
remote interface to terminate calls DR-677, associate name P3R-131
DR-683 ATG limitations P3R-133
show dialer display DR-711, DR-735 cluster alias configuration P3R-199

24 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

DECnet (continued) decnet P3R-165


congestion threshold P3R-125 decnet access-group command P3R-115
conversion, Phase IV to Phase V P3R-126 decnet accounting command P3R-116
cost value for interface P3R-128 decnet accounting list command P3R-117
default route, on interface P3R-151 decnet accounting threshold command P3R-119
designated router P3R-155 decnet accounting transits command P3R-120
end systems P3R-155 decnet advertise command P3R-121
equal cost paths P3R-139, P3R-145 decnet area-max-cost command P3R-123
extended access lists P3R-104 decnet area-max-hops command P3R-124
fast switching P3R-154 decnet congestion-threshold command P3R-125
filtering packets and routing information DR-902 decnet conversion command P3R-126
filters decnet cost command P3R-128
on hello messages P3R-132 decnet encapsulation command P3R-129
on object numbers (table) P3R-108 decnet hello-timer command P3R-130
on routing information P3R-132 decnet host command P3R-131
hello timer P3R-130 decnet in-routing-filter command P3R-132
hop count P3R-124 decnet map command P3R-133
host name mapping P3R-131 decnet max-address command P3R-135
interarea routing cost P3R-123 decnet max-area command P3R-136
intra-area routing cost P3R-137 decnet max-cost command P3R-137
Level 1 routing P3R-143 decnet max-hops command P3R-138
Level 2 routing P3R-143 decnet max-paths command P3R-139
maximum packet visits P3R-140 decnet max-visits command P3R-140
node addresses P3R-135 decnet multicast-map command P3R-141
node type P3R-143 decnet node-type command P3R-143
OSI backbone, propagating Phase IV areas P3R-121 decnet out-routing-filter command P3R-144
path selection P3R-139 decnet path-split-mode command P3R-145
Phase IV Prime decnet propagate static command P3R-146
displaying adjacencies P3R-176 decnet route (interface static route) command P3R-147
enabling P3R-157 decnet route (to enter a static route) command P3R-149
inherent MAC addresses P3R-103 decnet route default (interface default route)
MAC addressing advantages P3R-157 command P3R-151
packets sent to Unknown Destination decnet route default (to enter a default route)
multicast P3R-156 command P3R-153
Phase IV through OSI backbone, advertising P3R-121 decnet route-cache command P3R-154
Phase IV/Phase IV Prime on same LAN P3R-155 decnet router-priority command P3R-155
Phase IV-to-Phase V conversion P3R-126 decnet routing command P3R-157
ping field descriptions (table) P3R-163 decnet routing-timer command P3R-159
ping test characters (table) P3R-163, P3R-165 decnet split-horizon command P3R-160
propagate static route P3R-146 dedicated line, configuring DR-647
protocol keywords, SMDS multicast address WR-273 default form of a command
route default P3R-153 using FR-xxii
routing P3R-157 default networks, specifying P1R-479
cost P3R-123, P3R-137 default routes
table size P3R-136 IP P1R-479
routing updates P3R-160 IP Enhanced IGRP P1R-222, P1R-306
SMDS, configuring over WR-273 IS-IS for IP P1R-254, P1R-337
static routes OSPF P1R-254, P1R-337
creating P3R-149 See also NLSP, default routes
displaying P3R-179 default-information command
on interface P3R-147 IGRP P1R-222
timers P3R-130, P3R-159 IP Enhanced IGRP P1R-306
Token Ring default-information originate command
configuring on P3R-129 BGP P1R-383
encapsulation over P3R-129 IS-IS P1R-337

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

default-information originate command (continued) line delay


OSPF P1R-254 setting DR-740
RIP P1R-203 secondary line
default-metric command selecting DR-741, DR-748
BGP P1R-384 traffic load threshold
IGRP P1R-223 setting DR-742, DR-750
IP Enhanced IGRP P1R-307 dial peer configuration commands
OSPF P1R-256 acc-qos VR-4
RIP P1R-204 alt-dial VR-6
default-name command XR-131 answer-address VR-7
default-value exec-character-bits command FR-62, FR-105 codec VR-19
default-value special-character-bits command FR-63 destination-pattern VR-23
Defense Data Network expect-factor VR-31
See DDN fax-rate VR-32
define command VR-122 forward-digits VR-34
delay command IR-61 icpif VR-40
delete command FR-173 ip precedence VR-42
delta ip udp checksum VR-43
PPP BACP negotiations port VR-53
telephone number change DR-791 preference VR-55
deny command P1R-127, SR-264 prefix VR-56
IPX req-qos VR-57
SAP filtering P2R-234 session protocol VR-58
standard P2R-236 session target VR-59
summary P2R-232 shutdown VR-90
deny command (extended) P2R-229 snmp enable peer-trap poor-qov VR-92
deny command (SAP filtering) P2R-234 vad VR-98
deny command (standard) P2R-236 dial string (telephone number), specifying DR-679,
deny command (summary) P2R-232 DR-705, DR-729
dependent logical unit requestor dial-control-mib command VR-25
See DLUR dialer DR-678, DR-690
dependent logical unit server dialer callback-secure command DR-806
See DLUS dialer callback-server command DR-807
description (controller) command IR-63 dialer caller command DR-820
description command VR-124 dialer dtr command DR-677, DR-683
description command (controller) DR-284 dialer enable-timeout command DR-684
description command (interface) DR-245, DR-285 dialer fast-idle command DR-685
designated routers interface configuration DR-685
IS-IS for CLNS, specifying election P3R-250 map-class configuration DR-716
IS-IS for IP, specifying election P1R-348 dialer group
desired-max-send-btu-size command BR-605 assigning interface DR-687, DR-717
destination routing table dialer hold queue
ISO CLNS, displaying P3R-351 dialers supported DR-688
destination-pattern command VR-23 rotary groups DR-688
DHCP dialer hold-queue command DR-688
helper addresses P1R-27, P1R-32 dialer idle-timeout command DR-689
IP address pooling DR-579 interface configuration DR-689
show settings DR-608 map-class configuration DR-718
specifying server DR-581 dialer in-band command DR-678, DR-690
diag command FR-493 dialer interface
dial backup clearing statistics DR-676, DR-682
Dialer Profiles DR-747–DR-750 dial backup
Dialer Watch DR-743 Dialer Profiles DR-747
watched routes DR-743 dialer isdn command DR-719
dialer isdn short-hold command DR-341

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

dialer isdn spc command DR-719 dial-type command VR-125


dialer isdn speed command DR-719 Diffie-Hellman
dialer load-threshold command DR-695 See IKE, DH
multilink PPP and idle timers DR-599, DR-689, dir command FR-174
DR-696, DR-797 direct encapsulation, configuring SRB for BR-228, BR-461
dialer map directory
map class name DR-313 print working FR-187
dialer map bridge command DR-697 remove FR-189
dialer map class, for ISDN Advice of Charge DR-342 disable command FR-4
dialer map command DR-342, DR-345, DR-697 disconnect character
form used for ISDN Advice of Charge DR-342 setting FR-64
form used for ISDN semipermanent disconnect command DR-371
connections DR-345 disconnect warning time, setting DR-656
ISDN Advice of Charge, usage guidelines DR-343 disconnect-character command FR-64
ISDN semipermanent connections DR-697 discovery mode P2R-35
no effect on DTR dialing DR-677, DR-683 enabling P2R-23, P2R-32, P2R-35
regular expressions DR-902 startup process P2R-35
dialer map snapshot command DR-827 diskless boot
dialer map, defining configuration parameters for configuring FR-343
DR-732, DR-808 dispatch character
dialer max-link command DR-723 changing for session FR-90
dialer pool configuring for line FR-65
Dialer Profiles, backup interfaces DR-747 dispatch-character command FR-65
dialer pool command DR-724 dispatch-machine command FR-66
dialer pool-member command DR-726 dispatch-timeout command DR-186, FR-67
dialer priority command DR-701 display information
Dialer Profiles TN3270 server
dial backup DR-747–DR-750 LU nailing BR-857
dialer remote-name command DR-728 PU configuration parameters BR-859
dialer rotary groups displaying
assigning interfaces DR-702 DRiP BR-203
defining DR-708, DR-731 distance bgp command P1R-385
setting interface priority DR-701 distance command P1R-473, P3R-236
dialer rotary-group command DR-702 distance eigrp command P1R-309
dialer rotor command DR-704 distance ospf command P1R-257
dialer string class command DR-729 Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol
dialer string command DR-679, DR-705, DR-729 See DVMRP
DDR, dialer profiles DR-729 distributed compression IR-51, WR-209, WR-218
legacy DDR DR-679, DR-705 distributed weighted fair queueing
no effect on DTR dialing DR-677, DR-683 See DWFQ
dialer wait-for-carrier-time command distributed Weighted Random Early Detection
interface configuration DR-707 See DWRED
map-class configuration DR-730 DistributedDirector
Dialer Watch enabling DRP Server Agent P1R-150
overview DR-743 distribute-list in command P1R-475, P2R-238
watched routes DR-743 distribute-list out command P1R-477, P2R-240
dialer watch-disable command DR-744 distribute-sap-list in command P2R-242
dialer watch-group command DR-745 distribute-sap-list out command P2R-244
dialer watch-list command DR-746 distributions-of-statistics-kept command FR-374
dialer-group command DR-687, DR-717 DLCI
dialer-list protocol command DR-664, DR-692, DR-720 forwarding broadcasts to WR-212, WR-213
dial-on-demand routing interface statistics, displaying WR-257
See DDR local (source), setting WR-208
dial-peer terminator command VR-26 multicast mechanism
dial-peer voice command VR-27 configuring WR-213

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BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

DLCI (continued) DNSIX


displaying statistics about WR-257 collection center, specifying SR-451
protocol address, mapping to WR-209 enabling SR-454
using for bridging (example) WR-211 hosts that receive messages
dlsw allroute-netbios command BR-241 alternate SR-453
dlsw allroute-sna command BR-242 primary SR-452
dlsw bgroup-list command BR-243 number of records in a packet, specifying SR-455
dlsw bridge-group command BR-244 retransmit count SR-450
dlsw disable command BR-246 dnsix-dmdp retries command SR-450
dlsw duplicate-path-bias command BR-247 dnsix-nat authorized-redirection command SR-451
dlsw group cache disable command BR-248 dnsix-nat primary command SR-452
dlsw group-cache max entries command BR-249 dnsix-nat secondary command SR-453
dlsw icannotreach saps command BR-250 dnsix-nat source command SR-454
dlsw icanreach command BR-251 dnsix-nat transmit-count command SR-455
dlsw llc2 nornr command BR-253 dollar sign character in regular expressions DR-905
dlsw local-peer command BR-255 Domain
dlsw mac-addr command BR-257 See Apollo Domain
dlsw netbios-keepalive-filter command BR-260 Domain Name System
dlsw netbios-name command BR-261 See DNS
dlsw peer-on-demand-defaults command BR-263 domain, assigning BR-16
dlsw port-list command BR-265 domain-password command P1R-338, P3R-237
dlsw prom-peer-defaults command BR-266 downstream physical unit
dlsw remote-peer frame relay command BR-268 See DSPU
dlsw remote-peer fst command BR-271 downward-compatible-config command FR-624
dlsw remote-peer interface command BR-273 down-when-looped command IR-64
dlsw remote-peer tcp command BR-276 DRiP
dlsw ring-list command BR-280 clearing BR-200
dlsw timer command BR-281 displaying BR-203
dlsw udp-disable command BR-283, BR-284, BR-286 DRP Server Agent
DLSw+ enabling P1R-150
configuring service access points BR-250 DS-3
duplicate MAC addresses BR-247 loopback IR-146, IR-147
fault-tolerance BR-247 scrambling
load-balancing BR-247 (example) WR-10
local peer, defining BR-255 ds3 scrambling command VR-44
Multiple Bridge Groups,defining BR-245 DSPU
QLLC, connecting with BR-471 activating BR-514
Rif Passthru BR-277 activation request units, defining BR-474
static MAC address, configuring BR-257 default PU, defining BR-475
static NetBIOS name, configuring BR-261 Ethernet address
dlur command BR-606, BR-760 enabling BR-480
DLUR, APPN support BR-606, BR-607 for use by, defining BR-504
dlur-dspu-name command BR-607 Ethernet interface
dlus command host, defining BR-489
APPN upstream host BR-477
control point BR-608 FDDI address for use by, defining BR-504
link station BR-609 Frame Relay
DLUS, APPN support BR-608, BR-609 address for use by, enabling BR-480
dlus-backup command BR-762 interface
DNS host, defining BR-483
configuring for ISO CLNS addresses P1R-24 PU, defining BR-498
enabling for rcp and rsh FR-344 upstream host BR-477
ISO CLNS addresses P3R-239 LAN, defining BR-524
DNS idle timeout location of router, specifying BR-525
specifying SR-179

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

DSPU (continued) SDLC BR-479


LU Token Ring BR-477
defining BR-491 dspu enable-pu command
pool, defining BR-496 Ethernet BR-480
monitoring BR-526 Frame Relay BR-480
NCIA SDLC BR-482
address for use by, defining BR-504 Token Ring BR-480
connection dspu host command
SAP, enabling for downstream PU BR-494 Ethernet BR-489
server configuration BR-493 Frame Relay BR-483
notification level, specifying BR-495 QLLC BR-485
QLLC data link RSRB BR-489
downstream PU, defining BR-500 SDLC BR-487
host, defining BR-485 Token Ring BR-489
upstream host BR-478 dspu lu command BR-491
RSRB dspu ncia command BR-493
address for use by, defining BR-504 dspu ncia enable-pu command BR-494
connection dspu notification-level command BR-495
activating BR-512 dspu pool command BR-496
host, defining BR-489 dspu pu command
service access point, enabling for down- Ethernet BR-504
stream PU BR-511 FDDI BR-504
RSRB connection Frame Relay BR-498
service access point, enabling for upstream NCIA BR-504
host BR-510 QLLC BR-500
virtual ring, defining BR-507 RSRB BR-504
SDLC SDLC BR-502
address for use by, enabling BR-482 Token Ring BR-504
data link virtual data link control BR-504
downstream PU, defining BR-502 dspu rsrb command BR-507
host, defining BR-487 dspu rsrb enable-host command BR-510
upstream host BR-479 dspu rsrb enable-pu command BR-511
Token Ring address for use by dspu rsrb start command BR-512
defining BR-504 dspu start command BR-514
enabling BR-480 dspu vdlc command BR-516
Token Ring interface dspu vdlc enable-host command BR-518
host, defining BR-489 dspu vdlc enable-pu command BR-520
upstream host BR-477 dspu vdlc start command BR-522
virtual data link control address for use by, DSU
defining BR-504 configuration information, displaying IR-215
virtual data link control connection interoperability mode, setting IR-66
activating BR-522 maximum bandwidth, setting IR-65
service access point, enabling for downstream dsu bandwidth command IR-65
PU BR-520 dsu mode command IR-66
service access point, enabling for upstream DTE, X.25 timers
host BR-518 T20 restart request WR-390
virtual ring, defining BR-516 T21 call request WR-391
X.121 subaddress for use by, enabling BR-481 T22 reset request WR-392
dspu activation-window command BR-474 T23 clear request WR-393
dspu default-pu command BR-475 dte-invert-txc command DR-246, IR-68
dspu enable-host command DTR
Ethernet BR-477 signal pulsing DR-251, IR-170
Frame Relay BR-477 DTR dialing
QLLC BR-478 not affected by dialer map and dialer string commands
DR-677, DR-683

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

DTR dialing (continued) E3-scramble


not for rotary group (hunt group) leaders DR-677, (example) WR-12
DR-683 early-token-release command IR-71
outgoing calls only DR-677, DR-683 Easy IP DR-876
remote interface configured to terminate calls DR-677 echo-cancel coverage command VR-126
remote interface passive DR-683 echo-cancel enable command VR-128
remote interface passive only DR-677 editing command DR-173, FR-5
remote interface to terminate calls DR-683 editor
duplex command IR-69 enhanced mode
DVMRP IR-372, P2R-201 disabling for a line DR-173, FR-5
See also IP multicast routing disabling for session FR-39
DWFQ enabling for a line DR-173, FR-5
configuration information, displaying QR-76 enabling for session FR-39
default queue lengths and thresholds (table) QR-11 Release 9.21 keys and functions (table) DR-173
enabling QR-11 effective-capacity command
interface statistics, displaying QR-55 APPN
interfaces supported QR-11 link station BR-610
See also WFQ port BR-611
DWRED EGP
configuration information, displaying QR-76 neighbor
enabling QR-39 relationships P1R-231
exponential weight factor QR-41 EIA/TIA-232
hardware support QR-39, QR-41, QR-44 handshake DR-36
minimum threshold values (table) QR-44 eigrp log-neighbor-changes command P1R-311
parameters QR-43 enable command FR-8, FR-683, SR-432
See also WRED enable last-resort command SR-101
DXI 3.2 WR-269 enable password command SR-433
dxi map command WR-63 using encryption-type
dxi pvc command WR-65 (caution) SR-433
dynamic command P1R-131 enable secret command SR-435
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol using encryption-type
See DHCP (caution) SR-435
dynamic map enable use-tacacs command SR-102
SMDS WR-272 using tacacs-server authenticate enable command
dynamic routing, asynchronous connection, configuring (caution) SR-102
manually DR-9 encapsulation
ATM-DXI IR-72
bstun IR-72
E DECnet, over Token Ring P3R-129
display of supported types WR-94, WR-263
dynamic detection on serial or ISDN interface DR-258,
E.164
DR-338
auto conversion
Frame Relay WR-169
(example) WR-11
hdlc IR-72
E.164 addresses
IPX P2R-301, P2R-348
ATM
LAPB IR-72, WR-290
(example) WR-39
PPP DR-247, DR-578, IR-72
configuring WR-39
SMDS WR-261
field descriptions WR-237
V.120
format WR-237
dynamically set DR-642
Frame Relay SVC WR-236
VINES P3R-65
E1 R2
X.25 WR-292
countries supported DR-260
XNS P3R-373
country settings DR-260
encapsulation alc command BR-914
customizing parameters DR-260
encapsulation atm-ces command VR-199

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

encapsulation atm-dxi command WR-69 error messages


encapsulation bstun command BR-329 logging priorities (table) FR-507, FR-570
encapsulation command DR-247, DR-578, DR-622, IR-72, redirecting FR-517
VR-29, WR-67 ES
encapsulation cpp command DR-288, DR-347 listing P3R-206, P3R-214
encapsulation frame-relay command WR-169 escape character
encapsulation isl command BR-58, XR-3 changing for session FR-93
encapsulation lapb command WR-290 defining for a line FR-68
encapsulation sde command BR-59, XR-4 returning to EXEC prompt DR-488
encapsulation sdlc command BR-376 escape-character command FR-68
encapsulation sdlc-primary command BR-377 ESI
encapsulation sdlc-secondary command BR-379 address
encapsulation smds command WR-261 (example) WR-13
encapsulation stun command BR-330 ES-IS, hello rate configuration P3R-200, P3R-211
encapsulation tr-isl command BR-201, XR-5 /etc/services file P2R-61
encapsulation x25 command WR-292 Ethernet
encryption algorithm 0x80d5 format, enabling use of BR-170
See IKE, algorithms 100VG AnyLAN port adapter IR-118, IR-234, IR-325
encryption command SR-412 APPN partner node, specifying BR-622
end command FR-9 bandwidth IR-19
end station identifier bridging from FDDI IR-79
See ESI encapsulated packets
end system listing filtering on input BR-29
See ES, listing filtering on output BR-37
end-of-line character extending twisted-pair 10BaseT capability IR-347
changing FR-114 MOP enabled IR-152
enhanced editing mode specifying media type IR-151
See editor, enhanced mode Ethernet type codes
enrollment mode ra command SR-384 (table) BR-923
enrollment retry-count command SR-385 ethernet-transit-oui command BR-60, BR-99
enrollment retry-period command SR-387 EtherTalk P2R-1
enrollment url command SR-388 evaluate command SR-152
environment variables exception core-file command FR-496
BOOT, specifying FR-306 exception dump command FR-497
BOOTLDR, specifying FR-302 exception linecard command FR-499
CONFIG_FILE, specifying FR-210 exception memory command FR-501
environmental conditions exception protocol command FR-503
at last shutdown FR-554 exception queue
table of measurements within specification FR-557 length
temperature and voltage FR-554 (example) WR-15
equal cost paths exception slot command BR-763
DECnet P3R-145 exchange identification frames
erase bootflash command See XID frames
See erase command EXEC
erase command FR-176 mode
erase flash command default aliases FR-610
See erase command process
erase startup-config command delaying startup of FR-655
See erase command disabling on a line DR-13, FR-132
ERPDU displaying messages upon creation FR-122
interval, determining P3R-204 enabling on a line DR-13, FR-132
ISO CLNS P3R-229 setting timeout interval DR-14, FR-135
support, configuring P3R-229 prompt
setup command facility FR-49
exec command DR-13, FR-132

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

EXEC process fast switching


disabling on a line DR-13, FR-132 AppleTalk P2R-81
enabling on a line DR-13, FR-132 configuring P2R-81
setting timeout interval DR-14, FR-135 displaying cache entries P2R-121
exec-banner command FR-122, FR-126 flow XR-11
exec-character-bits command FR-69 IP
exec-timeout command DR-14, DR-186, FR-135 enabling XR-11
execute-on command FR-243 IPX
exit cache entries, deleting P2R-223
configuration mode FR-9 cache entries, displaying P2R-421
exit command FR-10 directed broadcast packets P2R-258
expect-factor command VR-31 disabling P2R-348
explorers enabling P2R-348
spanning-tree inactivity timeout P2R-350
forwarding or blocking BR-181 update timeout P2R-352
explorers, forwarding or blocking ISO CLNS P3R-222
all-routes BR-179 SRB BR-189
spanning-tree BR-180 SSE BR-191
exponential weight factor transport, configuring BR-223, BR-457
DWRED QR-41 VINES
extended access lists cache entries
IP P1R-112 deleting P3R-20
named dynamic P1R-131 displaying P3R-27
IPX P2R-206 configuring P3R-82
extended networks XNS P3R-388
IP, using secondary addresses P1R-15 Fast-Sequenced Transport
extended TACACS See FST
username authentication DR-615 fast-switched SR/TLB
external port disabling BR-198
T1 IR-351 fax-rate command VR-32
FDDI
APPN partner node, specifying BR-622
F bit specifications IR-77
bridging configurations IR-79
determining bandwidth IR-86
Facility Data Link
encapsulation mode compatibility IR-79
See FDL
full-duplex IR-94, IR-95
facility handling
full-duplex status IR-264
X.25 WR-403
raw, IPX encapsulation P2R-301
marker facility (table) WR-405
stopping IR-49
standard (table) WR-404
transmission time, controlling IR-84
fair queueing
fddi burst-count command IR-74
See DWFQ and WFQ
fddi c-min command IR-75
fair-queue command QR-7
fddi cmt-signal-bits command IR-76
Fast EtherChannel IR-26
fddi duplicate-address-check command IR-78
assigning a Fast Ethernet IR-26
fddi encapsulate command IR-79
configuring IR-116
fddi frames-per-token command IR-81
displaying information IR-285
fddi smt-frames command IR-82
Fast Ethernet
fddi tb-min command IR-83
assigning a Fast EtherChannel IR-26
fddi tl-min-time command IR-84
displaying Fast EtherChannel information IR-285
fddi token-rotation-time command IR-86
Fast EtherChannel IR-26
fddi t-out command IR-85
Fast EtherChannel interface IR-116
fddi valid-transmission-time command IR-87
fast idle timer
FDDITalk P2R-1, P2R-74
interface, setting DR-685
map class, setting DR-716

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

FDL interface, applying to P3R-53


performance report IR-353, IR-361 XNS
fdl command IR-88 enabling P3R-389
FECN generic, enabling P3R-372
bits WR-246 routing table, enabling P3R-382
FID4 frames, configuring the router to read BR-222 FIN-exchange timeout
file specifying SR-195
display FR-185 Finger protocol
file compression FR-220 enabling FR-656
file prompt command FR-179 FIP
file system displaying information about IR-206
erase FR-176 Flash file system
list FR-174 check and repair FR-182
setting the default FR-170 format FR-181
files make directory FR-184
download mode FR-92 recover deleted file FR-201
filter register remove directory FR-189
AIP rename file FR-188
(example) WR-44 squeeze FR-197
configuring WR-44 verify memory FR-203
filter-for-history command FR-376 Flash load helper, monitoring FR-252
filtering Flash memory
by protocol type, Ethernet type codes (table) BR-923 booting automatically FR-306
establishing packet size for SNMP FR-470 erasing internal FR-282
filters formatting FR-180
AppleTalk partitioning FR-284
applying GZL P2R-55 verifying checksum FR-203
data packet, applying P2R-21 MOP FR-271
GZL P2R-39 Flash memory device
partial zone P2R-73 deleting a file FR-173
routing table P2R-37, P2R-39 floating static routes
IP Enhanced IGRP AppleTalk extended networks P2R-89
routes in updates P1R-475 AppleTalk nonextended networks P2R-91
routes in updates, advertising P1R-477 See also AppleTalk, floating static routes; IPX,
routing updates, preventing P1R-511 floating-static routes
IP, on sources of routing information P1R-473 flow control
IPX changing for session FR-95
broadcast P2R-278 configuring for a line DR-15
generic P2R-246 end transmission FR-109
NetBIOS P2R-298, P2R-300 input, X.3 PAD parameters DR-897
routing table P2R-283, P2R-356 start character FR-107
routing updates P2R-358 start character, configuring for a line DR-59, DR-188
SAP P2R-285, P2R-336, P2R-358 stop character FR-109
IPX Enhanced IGRP stop character, configuring for a line DR-62
route updates P2R-238, P2R-240 flow switching
IPX SAP See switching; NetFlow Switching
routes in updates flowcontrol command DR-15
processing P2R-242 format command FR-180
NLSP format indicator 4 (FID4) frames, configuring the router to
route updates P2R-238, P2R-240 read BR-222
VINES forward delay interval, specifying BR-18
access lists forward explicit congestion notification
extended P3R-55 See FECN
simple P3R-57 forward-digits command VR-34
standard P3R-60 forwarding database, clearing BR-54

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

forwarding mask IP map, inheriting compression characteristics from


X.3 PAD DR-894 interface WR-214
fractional data line DR-279 keepalive mechanism
Frame Rejects (FRMRs) setting WR-233
SDLC, configuring BR-398 LAPF
Frame Relay display status of internals WR-240
APPN partner node, specifying BR-612 FRMR frame, sending WR-195
bandwidth, estimating QR-83 link idle timer, setting WR-200
Bc WR-172 maximum length of information field,
Be WR-174 setting WR-198
bridging over BR-62, WR-212 maximum retransmission count, setting WR-197
broadcast queue retransmission timer, setting WR-199
actual transmission rate limit WR-177 window size, setting WR-196
maximum transmission rate measures WR-177 LAPF commands WR-197, WR-198,
priority WR-177 WR-199, WR-200
broadcast queue, creating WR-177 LAPF commands, usually not used WR-196
broadcast traffic, defined WR-177 LMI
CIR, minimum acceptable, specifying WR-216 general statistics, displaying WR-242, WR-257
committed burst size (Bc), specifying WR-172 keepalive interval WR-233
compression, Stacker packet-by-packet WR-218 type, selecting WR-207
conditions that bring down WR-204 LMI DCE
configured routes, displaying WR-252 error threshold WR-202
custom queue, associating with map class WR-182 monitored events count WR-204
DE polling verification timer WR-206
group number for DLCI WR-183 LMI DTE
DE bit, purpose WR-184 error threshold WR-203
DE group full status polling interval WR-201
deleting all groups WR-183 monitored event count WR-205
deleting one group WR-183 LMI NNI
DE list error threshold WR-202, WR-203
deleting entire list WR-185 monitored events count WR-204, WR-205
deleting part WR-184 polling verification timer WR-206
disabling split horizon P1R-209, P1R-225 map class
discard eligibility DLCI WR-166
See DE interface or subinterface WR-180
DLCI routing protocols supported WR-164
forwarding broadcasts to WR-212, WR-213 map list
interface statistics WR-257 configuration and display WR-253
mapping protocol address to WR-209 map class and QOS parameters WR-236
multicast mechanism WR-213 OSPF over WR-209
multicast mechanism statistics WR-257 point-to-point links WR-212
multicasts WR-217 PVC
setting source in test environment WR-208 displaying statistics for WR-246
enabling WR-169 status WR-246
encapsulation switching on DCE WR-227
cisco VR-35, WR-169, WR-188 switching on NNI WR-227
IETF VR-35, WR-169, WR-188, QOS parameters, applying to map list WR-234
WR-209, WR-212 routes, configured, displaying WR-252
excess burst size (Be), specifying WR-174 routing protocols supported WR-209
FECN/BECN bit passing WR-246 RTP header compression
general statistics, displaying WR-256 enabling P1R-575
idle timeout, specifying interval WR-186 enabling per DLCI P1R-577
IETF encapsulation, effect on TCP/IP header enabling with TCP header compression P1R-576
compression WR-193, WR-214 statistics, displaying P1R-647
Inverse ARP WR-168, WR-191

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

Frame Relay (continued) frame-relay local-dlci command WR-208


SVC support WR-164, WR-179, WR-216, WR-226 frame-relay map bridge broadcast command BR-62
X.121 or E.164 addresses WR-236 frame-relay map bridge command WR-212
SVCs frame-relay map bstun command BR-332
displaying all for map list WR-253 frame-relay map clns command WR-213
enabling WR-226 frame-relay map command WR-209
map group for interface required WR-235 frame-relay map ip compress command P1R-576
switching, enabling WR-227 frame-relay map ip rtp header-compression
TCP/IP header compression command P1R-577
active WR-214 frame-relay map ip tcp header-compression
Cisco encapsulation WR-214 command WR-214
displaying interface information WR-238 frame-relay map llc2 command BR-333, BR-550
inconsistent with IETF encapsulation WR-193 frame-relay map rsrb command BR-551
outgoing WR-193 frame-relay mincir command WR-216
passive WR-214 frame-relay multicast-dlci command WR-217
supported interfaces WR-193 frame-relay payload-compress command WR-218
test environment WR-208, WR-217 frame-relay payload-compress packet-by-packet command
traffic shaping QR-83, QR-88, QR-90, WR-218
WR-172, WR-174 frame-relay priority-dlci-group command WR-220
default queuing WR-230 frame-relay priority-group command WR-222
operation on SVCs WR-228 frame-relay qos-autosense command WR-223
per-VC queuing WR-230 frame-relay route command VR-37, WR-225
virtual circuits, assigning priority queue WR-222 frame-relay svc command WR-226
frame type frame-relay switching command WR-227
channelized E1, channelized T1 DR-289 frame-relay traffic-rate command WR-228
selecting IR-89 frame-relay traffic-shaping command WR-230
framed mode on G.703-E1 interface DR-252, IR-364 frames
frame-relay adaptive-shaping command WR-170 forwarding BR-8, BR-48
frame-relay bc command WR-172 maximum size on source-route bridge BR-225,
frame-relay be command WR-174 BR-228, BR-230, BR-234, BR-459, BR-461,
frame-relay broadcast-queue command WR-177 BR-463
frame-relay cir command WR-179 using bridge address to filter BR-9
frame-relay class command WR-180 framing
frame-relay custom-queue-list command WR-182 IPX
frame-relay de-group command WR-183 See IPX, encapsulation
frame-relay de-list command WR-184 T1 IR-354
frame-relay frmr command WR-195 T3 IR-92
frame-relay idle-timer command WR-186 framing (E1/T1controller) command IR-89
frame-relay interface-dlci command VR-35, WR-188 framing (E3/T3 interface) command IR-90
frame-relay intf-type command WR-190 framing (T3 controller) command IR-92
frame-relay inverse-arp command WR-191 framing command
frame-relay ip rtp header-compression command P1R-575 channelized E1, channelized T1 DR-289
frame-relay ip tcp header-compression command WR-193 FRAS
frame-relay lapf k command WR-196 BAN
frame-relay lapf n200 command WR-197 configuring BR-554
frame-relay lapf n201 command WR-198 displaying status BR-564
frame-relay lapf t200 command WR-199 enabling BR-557
frame-relay lapf-t203 command WR-200 BNN
frame-relay lmi-n391dte command WR-201 displaying status BR-564
frame-relay lmi-n392dce command WR-202 DLCI
frame-relay lmi-n392dte command WR-203 LLC connection BR-560
frame-relay lmi-n393dce command WR-204 enabling BR-558
frame-relay lmi-n393dte commands WR-205 LLC connection, associating BR-560
frame-relay lmi-t392dce command WR-206 congestion
frame-relay lmi-type command WR-207 managing BR-563

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

FRAS (continued) G
connection state
displaying status BR-564, BR-568 G.703-E1 interface
dial backup over DLSw+ clock source IR-45, IR-47
displaying status BR-564 CRC IR-58
enabling BR-552 CRC4 DR-242
DLCI framed mode DR-252, IR-364
SDLC link, associating BR-561 time slot 16 DR-255, IR-367
DLCI backup, configuring BR-556 unframed mode DR-252, IR-364
host G.704 interface
LLC2 local termination BR-559 CRC IR-58
LLC2 gateway of last resort
sessions, displaying status BR-566 IGRP and RIP
traffic, mapping BR-550 computing P1R-479
mapping generic route encapsulation
displaying status BR-568 See GRE
RSRB generic-pool command BR-765
DLCI number BR-551 Get Nearest Server
SDLC See GNS
link, associating BR-561 GetZoneList
source-bridge command BR-167 See GZL
SRB global configuration mode FR-216
configuring BR-569 summary FR-xxi
fras backup dlsw command BR-552 global translation options
fras ban command BR-554 translate command DR-511, DR-520, DR-529
fras ddr-backup command BR-556 translate lat command DR-514
fras map llc command BR-560 translate tcp command DR-524
fras map sdlc command BR-561 translate x25 command DR-535
fras-host ban command BR-557 GNS
fras-host bnn command BR-558 filters P2R-329
fras-host dlsw-local-ack command BR-559 responding to requests P2R-274
fr-atm connect dlci command VR-39, WR-231 delay in P2R-273
fr-dest-address command BR-612 GRE IR-372, IR-374, P2R-201
free-trade zone over IP P1R-107
AppleTalk P2R-54 group and member asynchronous interfaces DR-17,
establishing P2R-54 DR-24, IR-115
frequency command FR-378 group codes
FRF.9 compression denying access BR-25, BR-32
example configuration WR-211 permitting access BR-26, BR-33
FRMRs group command SR-413
SDLC, configuring BR-398 group range command DR-17
front panel LED message FR-235 guests
fsck command FR-182 allowing and disallowing DR-651
FST GZL
configuring BR-223, BR-230, BR-457, BR-459 replies P2R-39, P2R-55
FTP Server requests P2R-39
restricted regions FR-686
router acting as FR-685
ftp-server enable command FR-685
ftp-server topdir command FR-686 H
full-duplex command IR-93
full-help command FR-11 half-bridging
functional address P1R-615 AppleTalk DR-592
Combinet devices
not supporting PPP DR-288, DR-347

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

half-bridging (continued) High System Availability


IP DR-593 See HSA
IPX DR-594 High-Level Data Link Control
serial or ISDN, and Ethernet subnetwork DR-592, See HDLC
DR-593, DR-594 history command FR-15
half-duplex command IR-95 history for RTR
half-duplex controlled-carrier command IR-97 buckets kept FR-366
half-duplex timer command IR-99 displaying FR-440
hardware filters FR-376
break signal FR-110 lives kept FR-381
flow control FR-95 samples kept FR-402
hardware compression IR-51, WR-209, WR-218 hold character
hardware compression, displaying IR-195 changing for session FR-96
hardware flow control configuring for line FR-71
configuring for a line DR-15 hold queue
hash algorithm X.25 packet WR-339
See IKE, algorithms hold time
hash command SR-414 AppleTalk Enhanced IGRP P2R-51
HDLC IP Enhanced IGRP P1R-316
compression IR-51 IPX Enhanced IGRP P2R-281
encapsulation hold-character command FR-71
enabling BR-371 holding-time command XR-183
traffic hold-queue command DR-18, IR-102
forwarding BR-368 hop count
header options DECnet P3R-124
Internet, supported P1R-75 hops-of-statistics-kept command FR-379
header-compression translate option host configuration file FR-212
mapping to virtual interface template command changing FR-212
DR-515, DR-536 copying from a server using rcp FR-271
Health Monitor example FR-277
managed shelf polling FR-700 default filename FR-222
SNMP traps FR-715, FR-717 loading from a server FR-212, FR-222
heartbeat host name
DXI 3.2 on SMDS WR-269 defining X.25 DR-548
hello BPDUs router FR-625
specifying intervals BR-44 VINES, displaying entries P3R-30
hello packets X.25, defining WR-341
AppleTalk Enhanced IGRP P2R-51 host-failed message DR-366
IP Enhanced IGRP enabling FR-129
interval between P1R-315 hostname command FR-625
valid time P1R-316 Hot Standby Router Protocol
IPX burned-in address P1R-192
Enhanced IGRP P2R-275 enabling P1R-184
IS-IS for IP, setting interval P1R-342 hello time P1R-180
ISO CLNS hold time P1R-180
configuration time P3R-200 interfaces, tracking P1R-190
hold time P3R-211 MAC refresh interval P1R-186
multiplier P3R-245 password, configuring P1R-183
Net/One P3R-355, P3R-391 preemption P1R-187
help preemption delay P1R-187
user-level commands FR-11 prioritize by tracking other interfaces P1R-190
help command FR-xvii, FR-13 priority P1R-187
helper addresses status, displaying P1R-179
IP FR-160, P1R-26, P1R-88, QR-65
IPX P2R-278

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FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

Hot Standby Router Protocol (continued) idle time DR-57, DR-506


timers, setting P1R-189 idle time, DDR
tracking interfaces for priority P1R-190 setting for line DR-689
hours-of-statistics-kept command FR-380 setting for map-class DR-718
HP Probe Proxy idle timer
name requests P1R-67 multilink PPP and dialer-load threshold DR-599,
hpr command DR-689, DR-696, DR-797
APPN control point BR-613 idle-terminal message
APPN link station BR-614 enabling FR-145
APPN port BR-615 idle-time command BR-767
hpr retries command BR-617 idle-timeout command WR-70
hpr sap command BR-618 IDP
hpr timers liveness command BR-619 encapsulation format P2R-205
hpr timers path-switch command BR-620 IEEE 802-encapsulated packets
hpr-max-sessions command BR-616 assigning an access list to filter on input BR-177
HSA assigning an access list to filter on output BR-183
automatic synchronization mode, starting FR-329 filtering on input BR-27
configuration synchronization filtering on output BR-34
automatic FR-329 IEEE spanning-tree protocol
manual FR-333 specifying use BR-50
configuring default slave RSP FR-330 See also spanning-tree, protocol
master and slave, ensuring identical IETF
configurations FR-329 Frame Relay encapsulation WR-169
reload slave RSP card FR-332 I-frames, size limitations for LLC2 BR-444
slave image IGMP
reloading FR-332 See IP multicast routing, IGMP
specifying FR-331 ignore command VR-130
synchronizing configurations ignore-dcd command DR-248, IR-107
automatically FR-329 ignore-lsp-errors command P3R-238
manually FR-333 IGRP
hssi external-loop-request command IR-104 enabling P1R-234
hssi internal-clock command IR-105 offsets for routing metrics P1R-233
hub command IR-106 offsets, applying P1R-233
hub ports traffic distribution, controlling P1R-239, P1R-333
automatic receiver polarity reversal IR-18 IKE
clearing hub counters IR-33 algorithms
enabling IR-106 encryption, specifying SR-412
hub statistics, displaying IR-240 encryption, specifying (example) SR-412
link test function IR-133 hash, specifying SR-414
MAC address IR-344 hash, specifying (example) SR-414
resetting IR-32 authentication
shutting down IR-339 methods, specifying SR-397
source address control IR-344 connections
clearing SR-399
clearing (example) SR-399
I description
feature SR-393
DH
ICMP Echo message
group identifier, specifying SR-413
ping command sending P1R-74
disabling SR-400
ICMP Router Discovery Protocol (IRDP)
(example) SR-400
enabling P1R-35
enabling SR-400
ICMP subnet masks P1R-14
group identifier
icpif command VR-40
idle interval
changing BR-47

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FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

IKE (continued) interface command IR-109


specifying SR-413 interface configuration mode
specifying (example) SR-413 summary FR-xxi
ISAKMP identity interface dialer command DR-708, DR-731, IR-113
configuring (example) SR-401 interface fastethernet command IR-114
keys interface fr-atm command VR-41, WR-232
See keys, pre-shared interface group-async command IR-115
negotiations interface outage
states SR-423 LAPB timer WR-294
policies interface port-channel command IR-116
configuration (example) SR-406 interface serial multipoint command WR-262
multiple SR-405 interface vg-anylan command IR-118
parameters, specifying SR-405 interface virtual-template command DR-763, DR-776,
parameters, viewing SR-421 DR-778
viewing SR-421 interface virtual-tokenring command BR-562
requirements interfaces
IPSec peers SR-400 addresses, secondary P1R-14
See also IPSec; SAs asynchronous
ILMI DDR dialer maps, configuring DR-699
keepalives backup, configuring DR-741, DR-748
(example) WR-18 circuit type, IS-IS for IP, specifying P1R-340
ilmi manage command WR-72 counters, clearing IR-340
impedance command VR-132 descriptive name, adding DR-245, DR-285
inarp command WR-73 dial backup
incoming connections Dialer Profiles DR-747
definition FR-124 E1-G.703/G.704
information (I) frames, size limitations for LLC2 BR-444 enabling framed mode IR-364
informs G.703-E1
operation, enabling FR-459 clock source IR-45, IR-47
initialization-vector size command SR-335 CRC IR-58
input gain command VR-134 CRC4 DR-242
insecure command FR-72 enabling framed mode DR-252, IR-364
integrated routing and bridging time slot 16 DR-255, IR-367
bridge-group virtual interface (BVI), creating BR-63 ISDN, configuring for DDR DR-343, DR-346, DR-699
bridging a protocol in a bridge group, enabling BR-11 low-speed serial IR-158
display configuration for each IRB interface BR-77 PA-E3 clock source IR-45
enabling BR-45 placing in STUN group BR-358
interarea router P3R-254 restarting IR-340
interarea routing RSVP configuration statistics (table) QR-69
DECnet serial, dialer maps, configuring for DDR DR-698
hop count P3R-124 shutting down IR-340
maximum route cost P3R-123 STUN frames
interface forwarding BR-367, BR-368, BR-369
virtual template, configuring DR-763, DR-776 Token Ring BR-562
interface alias address unit numbers IR-28, IR-30, IR-34, IR-109
configuring WR-331 usability status (table) QR-65
interface atm command WR-74 Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
interface bri command DR-198, DR-860 See IGRP
X.25 traffic on D channel DR-860 internal buffer
interface bvi command BR-63 message logging to FR-506
interface cbr command WR-76 internal lans
interface channel command See lan command
CMCC adapters internal network number P2R-287
specifying IPX P2R-214, P2R-285, P2R-336
channel attach interface BR-769

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FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

internal node number accounting


IPX P2R-214, P2R-285, P2R-336 access list violations, displaying P1R-171
international bit command IR-119 database, displaying P1R-171
international character sets addresses
supporting FR-105 assigning to TCP port DR-372
See also 8-bit character set pooling, show settings DR-610
international command FR-17, FR-150 pools, defining local DR-583
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) pools, enabling DR-579
See ICMP entries primary P1R-14
Internet Datagram Protocol secondary P1R-14
See IDP subnet mask on SMDS WR-275
Internet Engineering Task Force broadcasts
See IETF flooding P1R-29
Internet Key Exchange Security Protocol transparent bridging spanning-tree protocol
See IKE P1R-29
Internet Packet Exchange Protocol CEF operation, enabling XR-31
See IPX description of P1R-3
Internet Protocol Easy IP, commands DR-876
See IP fast switching
Interprocess Communications Protocol enabling XR-11
See IPC connections helper address QR-65
interrupt characters, configuring faster response DR-373 local policy routing, identifying the route map P1R-481
interrupt-switched command BR-621 multicast fast switching P1R-605
intra-area router P3R-254 named access list P1R-141
intra-area routing NetFlow switching
DECnet, hop count P3R-138 enabling XR-13
invalidated system images FR-290 policy routing
Inverse Address Resolution Protocol enabling P1R-518
See Inverse ARP packet length, matching P1R-502
Inverse ARP route map, identifying P1R-483
AppleTalk, setting WR-191 precedence P1R-532, QR-48
Frame Relay primary address, setting P1R-14
clearing maps WR-168 redistribution, matching
configuring WR-191 a tag P1R-508
protocols supported WR-191 BGP autonomous system path access list P1R-391
invert data command IR-120, IR-355 BGP community list P1R-393
invert rxclock command IR-122 interface P1R-493
invert txclock command DR-249, IR-124 IP address P1R-495
invert-transmit-clock command metric of a route P1R-504
See invert txclock command next hop router address P1R-498
IP route source P1R-500
access lists route type P1R-506
applying on inbound or outbound redistribution, setting
interfaces P1R-139 as-path P1R-428
definition of extended P1R-139 BGP origin code P1R-436, P1R-544
extended, creating P1R-112, P1R-139 BGP weight P1R-438
extended, creating dynamic P1R-131 community P1R-430, P1R-434
named P1R-141 default interface P1R-524
setting on virtual terminal lines P1R-110 default next hop P1R-528
standard P1R-121, P1R-127, P1R-164 interface P1R-526
standard named P1R-141 level for importing routes P1R-534
violations, accounting of P1R-143 metric P1R-235, P1R-324, P1R-538
violations, logging P1R-115, P1R-129, metric type P1R-540
P1R-133, P1R-166 next hop P1R-530, P1R-542
preference for autonomous system P1R-536

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FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

IP (continued) ip drp access-group command P1R-148


tag P1R-432, P1R-522 ip drp authentication key-chain command P1R-149
tag of destination routing protocol P1R-546 ip drp server command P1R-150
routing ip dvmrp accept-filter command P1R-580
displaying interface status QR-64 ip dvmrp auto-summary command P1R-582
displaying status of interfaces FR-159, ip dvmrp default-information command P1R-583
FR-450, P1R-87 ip dvmrp metric command P1R-584
enabling P1R-70 ip dvmrp metric-offset command P1R-586
local-area mobility P1R-37 ip dvmrp output-report-delay command P1R-587
routing, disabling BR-64 ip dvmrp reject-non-pruners command P1R-588
secondary address, specifying P1R-14 ip dvmrp routehog-notification command P1R-589
SMDS ip dvmrp route-limit command P1R-590
configuring over WR-274 ip dvmrp summary-address command P1R-591
multiple subnetworks WR-262 ip dvmrp unicast-routing command P1R-592
source IP address, validating P1R-218, P1R-240 IP Enhanced IGRP
switching administrative distance, setting P1R-309
controlling the route cache XR-11 authentication, enabling P1R-312
UDP datagrams bandwidth P1R-314
flooding P1R-31 default routes P1R-222, P1R-306
speeding up flooding P1R-31 disabling P1R-323
See also IPSO enabling P1R-323
ip access-group command DR-19, DR-624, P1R-139 filters
ip access-list command P1R-141 routes in updates P1R-475
ip access-list extended (encryption) command SR-269 routes in updates, advertising P1R-477
ip accounting command P1R-143 routing updates, preventing P1R-511
ip accounting-list command P1R-145 interfaces, displaying P1R-326
ip accounting-threshold command P1R-146 load balancing P1R-334
ip accounting-transits command P1R-147 metric offset P1R-322
ip address command DR-625, P1R-14 metrics, adjusting P1R-223, P1R-307
ip address negotiated command DR-876 neighbor adjacency changes, logging P1R-311
ip address-pool command DR-579 offsets, applying P1R-214
ip alias command DR-372 redistribution, metrics for P1R-223, P1R-307
ip as-path access-list command P1R-387 route authentication P1R-312
with regular expressions DR-902, DR-907 route feasibility, determining P1R-334
ip authentication key-chain eigrp command P1R-312 route redistribution P1R-222, P1R-223,
ip authentication mode eigrp command P1R-313 P1R-306, P1R-307
ip bandwidth-percent eigrp command P1R-314 route summarization P1R-202, P1R-304, P1R-368
ip bootp server command FR-626 split horizon, enabling P1R-317
ip broadcast-address command P1R-16 timers, adjusting P1R-315, P1R-316
ip cache-invalidate-delay command XR-6 ip flow-export command XR-8, XR-9
ip cef accounting command XR-26 ip forward-protocol any-local-broadcast command P1R-28
ip cef command XR-25 ip forward-protocol command P1R-26
ip cef distributed command XR-25 ip forward-protocol spanning-tree command P1R-29
ip cef traffic-statistics command P1R-17, XR-27 ip forward-protocol turbo-flood command P1R-31
ip cgmp command P1R-578 ip ftp passive command FR-338
ip classless command P1R-19 ip ftp password command FR-339
ip community-list command P1R-389 ip ftp source-interface command FR-340
ip default-gateway command P1R-20 ip ftp username command FR-341
ip default-network command P1R-479 ip hello-interval eigrp command P1R-315
ip dhcp-server command DR-581 ip helper-address command P1R-32
ip directed-broadcast command P1R-21 ip hold-time eigrp command P1R-316
ip domain-list command P1R-22 ip host command P1R-33
ip domain-lookup command P1R-23 ip hp-host command P1R-34
ip domain-lookup nsap command P1R-24, P3R-239 ip http access-class command FR-18, FR-151
ip domain-name command P1R-25 ip http authentication command FR-19, FR-152

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IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

ip http port command FR-20, FR-153 summary address P1R-591


ip http server command FR-21 tunneling P1R-107
ip identd command SR-437 unicast routing P1R-592
ip igmp access-group command P1R-593 enabling P1R-613
ip igmp helper-address command P1R-594 fast-switching cache, displaying XR-112
ip igmp join-group command P1R-596 IGMP
ip igmp query-interval command P1R-597 cache P1R-570
ip igmp query-max-response-time command P1R-599 helper address P1R-594
ip igmp query-timeout command P1R-600 host-query message interval P1R-597
ip igmp static-group command P1R-601 query response time P1R-599
ip igmp version command P1R-602 query timeout P1R-600
ip inspect audit trail command SR-178 statically connected router member P1R-601
ip inspect command SR-180 version P1R-602
ip inspect dns-timeout command SR-179 IP multicast routing table
ip inspect max-incomplete high command SR-182 clearing P1R-571
ip inspect max-incomplete low command SR-184 displaying P1R-657
ip inspect name command SR-186 leaf router P1R-628
ip inspect one-minute high command SR-191 MDS
ip inspect one-minute low command SR-193 enabling globally XR-110
ip inspect tcp finwait-time command SR-195 enabling on interface XR-108
ip inspect tcp idle-time command SR-196 interface status, displaying XR-116
ip inspect tcp max-incomplete host command SR-198 line card packet counts, clearing XR-107
ip inspect tcp synwait-time command SR-200 line card packet counts, displaying XR-117
ip inspect udp idle-time command SR-201 MFIB table summary, displaying XR-119
ip irdp command P1R-35 MFIB table, clearing XR-106
ip irdp holdtime command P1R-35 MFIB table, displaying XR-114
ip irdp maxadvertinterval command P1R-35 packet statistics, displaying XR-111
ip irdp multicast command P1R-35 switched packet counts, displaying XR-121
ip local policy route-map command P1R-481 mrinfo P1R-641
ip local-pool command DR-583 mroute, configuring P1R-603
ip mask-reply command P1R-151 mrouted P1R-641
ip mobile arp command P1R-37 multicast groups
ip mroute command P1R-603 displaying P1R-650
ip mroute-cache command P1R-605, XR-108 hosts joining P1R-593
ip mtu command DR-20, P1R-152 joining P1R-596
ip multicast boundary command P1R-606 multicast information
ip multicast cache-headers command P1R-607 displaying P1R-652
ip multicast helper-map command P1R-609 multicast tree, tracing P1R-642, P1R-644
ip multicast rate-limit command P1R-611 packet headers, storing P1R-607
IP multicast routing PIM
access lists P1R-593 dense mode, enabling P1R-616
Auto-RP enabling P1R-616
cache, clearing P1R-572 filtering P1R-626
CGMP information, displaying P1R-665
clearing P1R-568 NBMA mode P1R-625
enabling P1R-578 neighbors, displaying P1R-667
proxy P1R-578 preventing P1R-626
desktop conferencing session P1R-640 shortest path tree, delaying use P1R-634
DVMRP sparse mode
advertising to neighbors P1R-583 enabling P1R-616
auto-summarization P1R-582 sparse-dense mode, enabling P1R-616
delay between reports P1R-587 PIM sparse mode
reject non-pruning neighbors P1R-588 join-and-prune message timer P1R-622
route hog notification P1R-589 router-query messages P1R-627
route threshold P1R-589 timers P1R-622

42 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

IP multicast routing (continued) ip ospf name-lookup command P1R-267


rendezvous point (RP) ip ospf network command P1R-268
configuring address P1R-618, P1R-628 ip ospf priority command P1R-270
Reverse Path Forwarding (RPF) ip ospf retransmit-interval command P1R-271
displaying P1R-674 ip ospf transmit-delay command P1R-272
RP ip pim accept-rp command P1R-618
assigning to a group P1R-628 ip pim border command P1R-619
Auto-RP, groups covered P1R-632 ip pim bsr-candidate command P1R-620
Auto-RP, mapping agent P1R-633 ip pim command P1R-616
displaying P1R-669 ip pim message-interval command P1R-622
filter RP announcements P1R-630 ip pim minimum-vc-rate command P1R-623
RPF P1R-657 ip pim multipoint-signalling command P1R-624
displaying P1R-674 ip pim nbma-mode command P1R-625
sdr ip pim neighbor-filter command P1R-626
displaying cache P1R-677 ip pim query-interval command P1R-627
listener support P1R-640 ip pim rp-address command P1R-628
session advertisements P1R-640 ip pim rp-announce-filter command P1R-630
Session Directory Protocol P1R-640 ip pim rp-candidate command P1R-631
sparse mode, enabling P1R-616 ip pim send-rp-announce command P1R-632
static route, configuring P1R-603 ip pim send-rp-discovery command P1R-633
stub multicast routing P1R-594, P1R-626 ip pim spt-threshold command P1R-634
Token Ring MAC address mapping P1R-615 ip pim vc-count command P1R-635
TTL, configuring P1R-614 ip pim version command P1R-636
whiteboard applications P1R-640 ip policy route-map command P1R-483
ip multicast ttl-threshold command P1R-614 ip precedence command BR-770, VR-42
ip multicast use-functional command P1R-615 ip probe proxy command P1R-67
ip multicast-routing command P1R-613, XR-110 ip proxy-arp command P1R-68
ip name-server command P1R-39 ip radius source-interface command SR-81
ip nat command P1R-40 ip rarp-server command FR-342
ip nat inside destination command P1R-42 ip rcmd domain-lookup command FR-344
ip nat inside source command DR-877, P1R-44 ip rcmd rcp-enable command FR-345, FR-351
ip nat outside source command P1R-46 ip rcmd remote-host command FR-346
ip nat pool command P1R-48 ip rcmd remote-username command FR-349
ip nat translation command P1R-50 ip rcmd rsh-enable command FR-351
ip netmask-format command P1R-52 ip redirects command P1R-69
ip nhrp authentication command P1R-53 ip reflexive-list timeout command SR-154
ip nhrp holdtime command P1R-54 ip rip authentication key-chain command P1R-205
ip nhrp interest command P1R-55 ip rip authentication mode command P1R-206
ip nhrp map command P1R-56 ip rip receive version command P1R-207
ip nhrp map multicast command P1R-57 ip rip send version command P1R-208
ip nhrp max-send command P1R-58 ip route command P1R-485
ip nhrp network-id command P1R-59 ip route-cache cef command XR-31
ip nhrp nhs command P1R-60 ip route-cache command XR-11
ip nhrp record command P1R-61 ip route-cache flow command XR-13
ip nhrp responder command P1R-62 ip router isis command P1R-339
ip nhrp server-only command P1R-63 ip routing command BR-64, P1R-70
ip nhrp trigger-svc command P1R-64 ip rsvp bandwidth command QR-13
ip nhrp use command P1R-65 ip rsvp neighbors command QR-15
ip ospf authentication-key command P1R-259 ip rsvp reservation command QR-16
ip ospf cost command P1R-260 ip rsvp sender command QR-18
ip ospf database-filter all out command P1R-261 ip rsvp udp-multicast command QR-20
ip ospf dead-interval command P1R-262 ip rtp compression-connections command P1R-637
ip ospf demand-circuit command P1R-263 ip rtp header-compression command P1R-638
ip ospf hello-interval command P1R-264 ip rtp reserve command DR-585
ip ospf message-digest-key command P1R-265 ip sdr cache-timeout command P1R-639

Command Reference Master Index 43


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

ip sdr listen command P1R-640 IPC connections, VINES


ip security add command SR-456 blocks, deleting P3R-21
ip security aeso command SR-457 information, displaying P3R-34
ip security allow-reserved command SR-472 port numbers (table) P3R-56, P3R-61
ip security dedicated command SR-458 ip-pool translate option
ip security eso-info command SR-460 mapping to virtual interface template command
ip security eso-max command SR-461 DR-515, DR-536
ip security eso-min command SR-463 IPSec
ip security extended-allowed command SR-465 crypto access lists
ip security first command SR-466 specifying SR-271, SR-337
ip security ignore-authorities command SR-467 crypto map entries
ip security implicit-labelling command SR-468 creating SR-255, SR-327
ip security multilevel command SR-470 lifetime values, overriding SR-347
IP security option specifying a peer SR-341
See IPSO crypto maps
ip security strip command SR-473 applying SR-331
ip source-route command P1R-153 dynamic, creating SR-318
ip split-horizon command P1R-209, P1R-225 dynamic, priorities SR-329
ip split-horizon eigrp command P1R-317 dynamic, viewing SR-359
ip subnet-zero command P1R-71 interfaces, identifying SR-333
ip summary-address eigrp command P1R-318 purpose SR-328
ip tacacs source-interface command SR-103 viewing SR-361
ip tcp async-mobility server command DR-626 description SR-315
ip tcp chunk-size command DR-373, P1R-154 lifetimes
ip tcp compression-connections command P1R-155 viewing SR-357
ip tcp header-compression command DR-627, P1R-156 requirements
ip tcp intercept connection-timeout command SR-160 IKE SR-400
ip tcp intercept drop-mode command SR-161 SAs
ip tcp intercept finrst-timeout command SR-162 clearing SR-316
ip tcp intercept list command SR-163 lifetimes, changing SR-321
ip tcp intercept max-incomplete high command SR-164 requesting SR-345
ip tcp intercept max-incomplete low command SR-166 viewing SR-355
ip tcp intercept mode command SR-168 session keys
ip tcp intercept one-minute high command SR-169 manually specifying SR-350
ip tcp intercept one-minute low command SR-171 transform sets
ip tcp intercept watch-timeout command SR-173 defining SR-323
ip tcp path-mtu-discovery command P1R-157 mode, changing SR-339
ip tcp queuemax command P1R-158 specifying SR-353
ip tcp selective-ack command P1R-159 viewing SR-358
ip tcp synwait-time command P1R-160 transforms
ip tcp timestamp command P1R-161 allowed combinations SR-324
ip tcp window-size command P1R-162 changing SR-325
ip telnet source-interface command FR-627 initialization vector SR-335
ip tftp source-interface command FR-628 selecting SR-325
ip tos command BR-771 IPSO
ip trigger-authentication (global configuration) authorities and bit patterns
command SR-28 (table) SR-459
ip trigger-authentication (interface configuration) definition SR-459
command SR-30 basic
ip udp checksum command VR-43 configuring SR-456
ip unnumbered command DR-629, P1R-72 extended
ip unreachables command P1R-163 configuring SR-457
ip wccp enable command FR-155 defaults SR-460
ip wccp redirect-list command FR-156 maximum sensitivity levels SR-461
ip web-cache redirect command FR-158 minimum sensitivity levels SR-463

44 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

IPSO (continued) multiple, configuring P2R-301


labels Novell-Ether P2R-301
definition SR-459 SAP P2R-301
levels and bit patterns SNAP P2R-301
(table) SR-458 Enhanced IGRP
definition SR-458 backup server table P2R-256
IPTalk disabling P2R-399
/etc/services file P2R-61 enabling P2R-354, P2R-399
IP encapsulation, configuring P2R-59 hello packets P2R-275
UDP port numbers P2R-61 hold time P2R-281
IPX hold-down time P2R-280
access control P2R-216 interface statistics P2R-422
access lists neighbors, displaying P2R-424
creating for NLSP route aggregation P2R-210 queries P2R-256
extended P2R-206, P2R-229, P2R-400 query packets P2R-371
named P2R-248 redistribution P2R-413
extended P2R-248 SAP updates P2R-363
NLSP route aggregation P2R-248 split horizon P2R-371
SAP P2R-248 topology table P2R-426
standard P2R-248 update packets P2R-371
NetBIOS P2R-397 Enhanced IGRP filters
SAP P2R-213, P2R-234, P2R-405 route updates P2R-238, P2R-240
standard P2R-216, P2R-236, P2R-407 fast switching
summary P2R-232, P2R-403 cache entries, deleting P2R-223
accounting cache entries, displaying P2R-421
configuring P2R-250 disabling P2R-348
database entries, deleting P2R-221 enabling P2R-348
database threshold P2R-253 inactivity timeout P2R-350
disabling P2R-250 update timeout P2R-352
enabling P2R-250 filters
filters P2R-252 broadcast P2R-278
maximum transit entries P2R-254 generic P2R-246
all-nets flooding P2R-276 generic, applying to interface P2R-246
bandwidth-percent eigrp command P2R-257 GNS
broadcasts applying to interface P2R-329
forwarding P2R-276, P2R-278 routing table P2R-356
type 20 packets P2R-276, P2R-381, P2R-382, floating-static routes
P2R-383 definition P2R-346
client, connecting to asynchronous interface over PPP redistributing P2R-414
DR-631 framing
clock ticks P2R-268 See IPX, encapsulations
compression on PPP links DR-630 general RIP/SAP query, sending P2R-294
default routes GNS
See NLSP, default routes filters P2R-329
diagnostic P2R-340 requests P2R-369
disabling P2R-270 requests, responding to P2R-274
encapsulations P2R-301, P2R-348 helper addresses P2R-278
ARPA P2R-301 interfaces, displaying status P2R-430
definitions P2R-301 internal network numbers P2R-370
Ethernet_802.2 P2R-301 IPXWAN
Ethernet_802.3 P2R-301 disabling P2R-288
Ethernet_II P2R-301 enabling P2R-288
Ethernet_Snap P2R-301 failed link, handling P2R-291
FDDI raw P2R-301 IPX network numbers P2R-289
HDLC P2R-301 link delay, controlling P2R-289

Command Reference Master Index 45


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

IPX (continued) messages


option negotiations P2R-289 filtering P2R-285, P2R-336, P2R-358
static routing, disabling P2R-292 table, adding static entries P2R-361
static routing, enabling P2R-292 triggered updates, setting interpacket delay on a
keepalives P2R-388 single interface P2R-378
SPX P2R-373 SAP split horizon P2R-365
load sharing P2R-296 secondary networks P2R-301
per host P2R-339 servers
log-neighbor-changes P2R-391 displaying P2R-449
loopback interfaces DR-511, DR-520, DR-529 internal network number P2R-214,
maximum paths, setting P2R-296 P2R-285, P2R-336
multiple logical networks P2R-302 internal node number P2R-214,
named access lists P2R-248 P2R-285, P2R-336
NetBIOS messages, filtering P2R-298, P2R-300 service types (table) P2R-214
NetWare internal network numbers P2R-370 SMDS, configuring over WR-274
network connectivity, testing P2R-409, P2R-411 socket numbers (table) P2R-208
network numbers, repairing corrupted P2R-370 SPF log P2R-443
NLSP spoofing P2R-388
filters, route updates P2R-240 static routes
OS/2 Requestors P2R-370 adding to routing table P2R-345
over PPP DR-631 floating P2R-346
clients connecting to virtual terminal lines subinterfaces P2R-302
DR-511, DR-520, DR-529 configuring (example) P2R-303
packets, padding P2R-338 tick count P2R-268
parallel paths, choosing between P2R-296 traffic statistics P2R-454
ping test characters (table) P2R-409 type 20 packets
protocol numbers (table) P2R-208 accepting P2R-381
restarting P2R-270 forwarding P2R-382, P2R-383
RIP watchdog packets P2R-388
delay field P2R-268 ipx access-group command P2R-246
enabling P2R-354, P2R-360 ipx access-list command P2R-248
updates P2R-330 ipx accounting command P2R-250
updates, timers P2R-385, P2R-387 ipx accounting-list command P2R-252
route-cache, limiting entries P2R-351 ipx accounting-threshold command P2R-253
routing ipx accounting-transits command P2R-254
disabling P2R-301 ipx advertise-default-route-only command P2R-255
enabling P2R-301, P2R-360 ipx backup-server-query-interval command P2R-256
enabling on multiple networks (example) P2R-303 ipx bandwidth-percent eigrp command P2R-257
routing table entries ipx broadcast-fastswitching command P2R-258
adding P2R-283 ipx default-output-rip-delay command P2R-259
deleting P2R-227 ipx default-output-sap-delay command P2R-261
displaying P2R-445 ipx default-route command P2R-263
routing table, updating P2R-385 ipx default-triggered-rip-delay command P2R-264
SAP ipx default-triggered-sap-delay command P2R-266
access lists, creating P2R-213 ipx delay command P2R-268
broadcast, sending P2R-387 ipx down command P2R-270
definition P2R-205 ipx gns-reply-disable command P2R-272
enabling P2R-360 ipx gns-response-delay command P2R-273
filters P2R-213 ipx gns-round-robin command P2R-274
routes in updates, processing P2R-242 ipx hello-interval eigrp command P2R-275
interpacket delay on a single interface, setting ipx helper-address command P2R-276
P2R-334 ipx helper-list command P2R-278
interpacket delay on all interfaces, setting ipx hold-down eigrp command P2R-280
P2R-261 ipx hold-time eigrp command P2R-281
maximum queue length, setting P2R-369 ipx input-network-filter command P2R-283

46 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

ipx input-sap-filter command P2R-285 ipx router command P2R-354


ipx internal-network command P2R-287 ipx router-filter command P2R-356
ipx ipxwan command P2R-288 ipx router-sap-filter command P2R-358
ipx ipxwan error command P2R-291 ipx routing command P2R-360
ipx ipxwan static command P2R-292 ipx sap command P2R-361
ipx link-delay command P2R-293 ipx sap-incremental command P2R-363
ipx linkup-request command P2R-294 ipx sap-incremental split-horizon command P2R-365
ipx loopback translate option ipx sap-multiplier command P2R-368
mapping to virtual interface template command ipx sap-queue-maximum command P2R-369
DR-515, DR-536 ipx source-network-update command P2R-370
ipx maximum-hops command P2R-295 ipx split-horizon eigrp command P2R-371
ipx maximum-paths command P2R-296 ipx spx-idle-time command P2R-372
ipx nasi-server enable command DR-754 ipx spx-spoof command P2R-373
ipx netbios input-access-filter command P2R-298 ipx throughput command P2R-375
ipx netbios output-access-filter command P2R-300 ipx triggered-rip-delay command P2R-376
ipx network command (extended) P2R-301 ipx triggered-sap-delay command P2R-378
ipx nhrp authentication command P2R-305 ipx type-20-helpered command P2R-380
ipx nhrp holdtime command P2R-306 ipx type-20-input-checks command P2R-381
ipx nhrp interest command P2R-307 ipx type-20-output-checks command P2R-382
ipx nhrp map command P2R-308 ipx type-20-propagation command P2R-383
ipx nhrp max-send command P2R-309 ipx update interval command P2R-385
ipx nhrp network-id command P2R-310 ipx update sap-after-rip command P2R-387
ipx nhrp nhs command P2R-311 ipx watchdog-spoof command P2R-388
ipx nhrp record command P2R-312 IPXWAN
ipx nhrp responder command P2R-313 See IPX, IPXWAN
ipx nhrp use command P2R-314 IRDP, enabling P1R-35
ipx nlsp csnp-interval command P2R-316 ISAKMP
ipx nlsp enable command P2R-317 See IKE
ipx nlsp hello-interval command P2R-319 ISDN
ipx nlsp hello-muliplier command P2R-321 active calls DR-331
ipx nlsp lsp-interval command P2R-322 active calls, displaying DR-228, DR-353
ipx nlsp metric command P2R-323 Advice of Charge
ipx nlsp multicast command P2R-324 short-hold timer DR-341
ipx nlsp priority command P2R-325 static idle timer and short-hold timer
ipx nlsp retransmit-interval command P2R-326 (example) DR-341
ipx nlsp rip command P2R-327 B channel
ipx nlsp sap command P2R-328 order selection DR-294
ipx output-gns-filter command P2R-329 B1 channel SPID, defining DR-209
ipx output-rip-delay command P2R-332 B2 channel SPID, defining DR-211
ipx output-sap-delay command P2R-334 Basic Rate Interface (BRI)
ipx output-sap-filter command P2R-336 over leased-lines, treated as synchronous
IPX over PPP serial DR-348
on VTY lines DR-541 subinterface, configuring DR-198
ipx pad-process-switched-packets command P2R-338 BRI subinterface, configuring DR-860
ipx per-host-load-share command P2R-339 call history DR-331
ipx ping-default command P2R-340 call history, displaying DR-228, DR-353
ipx ppp-client command DR-631 call speed, origin and delivery mismatch
ipx rip-max-packetsize command P2R-342, P2R-367 DR-207, DR-302
ipx rip-multiplier command P2R-343 called-party number verification DR-200
ipx rip-response-delay command P2R-344 caller ID callback DR-819–DR-823
ipx route command P2R-345 calling number identification DR-203
ipx route-cache command P2R-348 channel service states, displaying DR-349
ipx route-cache inactivity-timeout command P2R-350 channelized T1
ipx route-cache max-size command P2R-351 PRI timeslots DR-315
ipx route-cache update-timeout command P2R-352 configuring static TEI DR-863

Command Reference Master Index 47


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

ISDN (continued) ISDN subaddress


dialer maps, configuring for DDR DR-699 specifying in dialer string DR-679
dialer maps, configuring for legacy DDR DR-343, ISDN subaddress, specifying DR-705
DR-346 isdn switch-type command DR-213, DR-305, DR-869
encapsulation, automatic detection DR-258, DR-338 isdn tei command DR-215
Layer 2 and Layer 3 timers DR-228, DR-331, DR-353 isdn x25 dchannel command DR-862
leased-line service, 128 kbps DR-348 isdn x25 static-tei command DR-863
memory pool statistics DR-228, DR-331, DR-353 isdn-subaddress for multipoint connections DR-342,
Multiple ISDN Switch Types DR-345, DR-698
restrictions DR-305 isis adjacency-filter command P3R-240
NFAS isis circuit-type command P1R-340, P3R-242
DDR configuration, needed on primary D channel isis csnp-interval command P1R-341, P3R-243
only DR-351 IS-IS for CLNS
group, members and channels, displaying DR-355 adjacency
primary and backup D channels, on separate T1 changes, logging P3R-255
controllers DR-351 specifying P3R-242
outbound calls, identifying best line DR-704 CSNP interval, configuring P3R-243
outgoing calls designated router election P3R-250
Sending Complete information element DR-208 domain password, assigning P3R-237
PRI interface enabling P3R-225
channel status, displaying DR-353 hello
Primary Rate Interface (PRI) interval P3R-244
called-party number verification DR-292 packet, setting multiplier P3R-245
calling number identification DR-296 Level 1 routing table, displaying P3R-305
channel status DR-331 link-state
services DR-331 database, displaying P3R-302
status DR-333 metric P3R-248
switch types (table) DR-305 packet, setting MTU P3R-256
timeslots DR-315 PDU
semipermanent connections (Germany) DR-697, discarding P3R-238
DR-719 retransmission interval P3R-251
subinterfaces, BRI DR-198, DR-860 NETs P3R-265
switch types, service provider (table) DR-213 passwords
timers (table) DR-230 assigning to area P3R-186
V.120 detection DR-258, DR-338 configuring P3R-249
isdn all-incoming-calls-v120 command DR-643 routing information, redistributing P3R-271
isdn answer1 command DR-200, DR-292 routing, enabling P3R-274
isdn answer2 command DR-200, DR-292 shortest path first log, displaying P3R-306
isdn bchan-number-order command DR-294 IS-IS for IP
isdn caller command DR-202, DR-295, DR-822 adjacency, specifying P1R-340, P1R-341
ISDN caller ID callback DR-819 area passwords, configuring P1R-336
isdn calling-number command DR-203, DR-296 conditional default origination P1R-337
isdn incoming-voice modem command DR-301 default route, generating P1R-254, P1R-337
isdn leased-line bri 128 command DR-348 designated router election, specifying P1R-348
isdn not-end-to-end command DR-207, DR-302 domain passwords, configuring P1R-338
isdn nsf-service command DR-303 enabling P1R-353
ISDN PRI interface password, assigning P1R-347
B channel, order selection DR-294 link state metrics, configuring P1R-346
multiple ISDN switch types password authentication, configuring P1R-336
restrictions DR-305 retransmission level, setting P1R-349
isdn sending-complete command DR-208 router support, specifying level P1R-351
isdn service command DR-349 isis hello-interval command P1R-342, P3R-244
b_channel 0 DR-349 isis hello-multiplier command P1R-344, P3R-245
isdn spid1 command DR-209 isis lsp-interval command P1R-345, P3R-247
isdn spid2 command DR-211 isis metric command P1R-346, P3R-248

48 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

isis password command P1R-347, P3R-249 displaying entries P3R-284


isis priority command P1R-348, P3R-250 reinitializing P3R-187
isis retransmit-interval command P1R-349, P3R-251 routing table, clearing entries from P3R-191
isis retransmit-throttle-interval command routing, enabling P3R-227
P1R-350, P3R-252 security-option packets, allowing to pass P3R-228
ISO CLNS shortest path first log, displaying P3R-306
addresses, DNS queries P3R-239 SMDS, configuring over WR-273
adjacency, logging changes P3R-255 Target Identifier Address Resolution Protocol
checksums P3R-198 See TARP
CLNS neighbors, removing P3R-190 traffic statistics, displaying P3R-300
congestion information, transmitting over Frame ISO IGRP
Relay WR-213 border routers P3R-271
congestion threshold P3R-201 filters
DECnet cluster alias configuration P3R-199 aliases P3R-233
destination routing table, displaying P3R-351 ES adjacencies, applying to P3R-197
DNS queries P3R-239 expressions, combining P3R-207
ES neighbors frames, applying to P3R-195
displaying P3R-285, P3R-293 IS adjacencies, applying to P3R-197
removing P3R-188 IS-IS adjacencies, applying to P3R-240
fast switching P3R-222 ISO IGRP adjacencies, applying to P3R-253
filter expressions, displaying filter sets P3R-287, templates P3R-209
P3R-288 metric adjustments P3R-263
general information, displaying P3R-282 preferred routes P3R-273
hello messages, specifying P3R-200, P3R-211 router level, specifying P3R-226
hello packet, setting multiplier P3R-245 routing information redistribution P3R-271
interfaces routing processes, displaying P3R-295
displaying information P3R-289 split horizon, enabling P3R-231
enabling P3R-203 timing parameter adjustments P3R-346
IS neighbors iso-igrp adjacency-filter command P3R-253
displaying P3R-291, P3R-293 ISR
removing P3R-189 enabling BR-621
IS-IS routing, enabling P3R-225 is-type command P1R-351, P3R-254
link-state
packets, setting MTU P3R-256
PDUs K
discarding P3R-238
retransmission P3R-251
keepalive command BR-773, IR-125
MTU, maximum P3R-215
Frame Relay WR-233
neighbors, listing P3R-206, P3R-214
keepalive interval, LMI
OSI model P3R-185
defining WR-233
packet lifetime P3R-218
setting, example WR-233
ping command P3R-266, P3R-269
keepalive packets
redistribution P3R-271
generating FR-529, FR-530
address match P3R-257
keepalive timer
interface match P3R-260
ATM (example) WR-148
level set P3R-276
keepalive timer, setting rate, LAT DR-391
metric match P3R-261
keepalive translate option, mapping to virtual interface
metric set P3R-278
template command DR-515, DR-536
metric-type set P3R-280
keepalives P2R-372
next-hop match P3R-258
IPX P2R-388
route-source match P3R-259
SPX P2R-373
route-type match P3R-262
keepalive-time command XR-184
tag set P3R-281
kerberos clients mandatory command SR-124
routing cache
kerberos credentials forward command SR-125
clearing P3R-187
kerberos instance map command SR-126

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

kerberos local-realm command SR-127 manual assignment XR-140


kerberos preauth command SR-128 templates
kerberos realm command SR-129 ESI XR-136
kerberos server command SR-130 prefix XR-136
kerberos srvtab entry command SR-131 broadcast-and-unknown server
kerberos srvtab remote command FR-183, SR-133 manually specifying ATM address XR-135
key chain command P1R-489 providing different address to client XR-135
key command P1R-487 client
key config-key command SR-134 activating on subinterface XR-137
unrecoverable DES key adding address to database XR-129
(caution) SR-134 ATM address, providing manually XR-138
keymap command DR-374 exiting and rejoining emulated LAN XR-124
keymaps one per subinterface XR-137
custom, creating DR-376 configuration server, ATM address
default DR-377 assigning XR-133
special characters DR-376 identifying to server and client XR-140
specifying for session FR-97 specifying XR-140
syntax DR-376 default LAN name in configuration server database
keymap-type command DR-381 XR-131
keys emulated LAN
pre-shared client exiting and rejoining XR-124
configuration (example) SR-397 forcing client to join new XR-127
deleting SR-403 one per subinterface XR-137
specifying SR-403 LE ARP table, clearing entries XR-124, XR-125
specifying (example) SR-404 LECS
key-string command P1R-491, SR-415 specifying a list of LECS addresses to use XR-147
krb5 SRVTAB file MPOA
retrieve FR-183 ELAN ID XR-154
simple LANE service replication XR-157
lane auto-config-atm-address command XR-133
L lane bus-atm-address command XR-135
lane client command XR-137
lane client mpoa client name command XR-185
lan command BR-775
lane client mpoa server name command XR-186
LAN Extender interface
lane client-atm-address command XR-138
access list filtering
lane config database command XR-142
on Ethernet packets IR-128
lane config-atm-address command XR-140
on MAC address IR-127
lane database command XR-144
access-list (standard) command IR-2
lane fixed-config-atm-address command XR-145
burned-in MAC address IR-126
lane global-lecs-address command XR-147
downloading
lane le-arp command XR-148
from Flash IR-55
lane server-atm-address command XR-150
from TFTP server IR-56
lane server-bus command XR-152
priority output queuing IR-129
lan-name command BR-524
rebooting IR-28
Lanoptics Hub Networking Management IR-134
retry count IR-130
LAPB
show statistics IR-276
compression DR-240, IR-51
timeout IR-131
encapsulation WR-290
LAN Network Manager
frame retransmssion parameter (N2 frame) WR-299
See LNM
hardware outage WR-294
lan-dest-address command BR-622
idle timer (T4 parameter) WR-302
LANE
interface outage timer WR-294
ATM addresses
interface statistics, displaying WR-309
automatic assignment XR-133
modulo, description WR-296
configuration server XR-133
fixed assignment XR-145

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

LAPB (continued) service groups


outstanding frames permitting access based on BR-26
acknowledgment (modulo parameter) WR-296 specifying for filtering BR-25
maximum number (window parameter) WR-295 service identification, setting DR-402
N1 bits WR-297 static service rating, setting DR-404
retransmission timer (T1 parameter) WR-301 transmission interval, setting DR-409
unsignaled link failure WR-302 viewing
window size (k parameter) WR-295 active sessions DR-431
lapb interface-outage command WR-294 learned LAT services DR-430
lapb k command WR-295 lat access-list command DR-384
lapb modulo command WR-296 lat command DR-382
lapb n1 command WR-297 lat enabled command DR-386
lapb n2 command WR-299 lat group-list command DR-387
lapb protocol command lat host-buffers command DR-389
See encapsulation lapb command lat host-delay command DR-390, P3R-161
lapb t1 command WR-301 lat ka-timer command DR-391
lapb t4 command WR-302 lat node command DR-392
LAT lat out-group command DR-393
access control lat remote-modification command DR-394
assigning names to group lists DR-387 lat retransmit-limit command DR-395
defining a group list DR-393 lat server-buffers command DR-396
on connections DR-364 lat service autocommand DR-398
specifying access conditions to nodes DR-384 lat service autocommand command P3R-162
associating a command with a service lat service enabled command DR-399
DR-398, P3R-162 lat service ident command DR-402
associating a rotary group with a service DR-406 lat service password command DR-403
compression, specifying BR-30 lat service rating command DR-404
deleting entry from connection queue DR-367 lat service rotary command DR-406
description DR-382 lat service timer command DR-407
enabling DR-386 lat service-announcements command DR-397, DR-400,
group code filtering DR-407
configuring BR-46 lat service-group command DR-408
displaying BR-79 lat service-responder command DR-407
group code mask, specifying DR-400 lat vc-sessions command DR-408
inbound connections, enabling DR-399 lat vc-timer command DR-409
keepalive timer, setting DR-391 Layer 2 Forwarding
learned services DR-430 tunnel information, displaying DR-838
listing LDAP protocol support
available services DR-382, DR-430 specifying SR-389
making a connection DR-382–DR-383 LE ARP table
maximum number of sessions, setting DR-408 dynamic entries, clearing XR-125
node name, changing DR-392 leaf router P1R-628
opening multiple connections DR-382 length command FR-73
password for a service, setting DR-403 Level 1 routers P3R-254
protocol translation options DR-519, DR-528 Level 2 routers P3R-254
proxy node, configuring DR-405 lex burned-in-address command IR-126
receive buffers lex input-address-list command IR-127
setting for host DR-389 lex input-type-list command IR-128
setting for server DR-396 lex priority-group command IR-129
retransmission limit, setting DR-395 lex retry-count command IR-130
service advertisement timer DR-407 lex timeout command IR-131
service announcements lifetime command SR-417
configuring DR-397 limited-resource command
reenabling DR-397 APPN, link station BR-623
APPN, port BR-624

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

limiting LU sessions BR-752 lives-of-history-kept command FR-381


line LLC2
characteristics, modifying remotely DR-394 CMNS support BR-375
console port, configuring DR-22 connection information, displaying BR-425
folding, X.3 DR-896 display
number active connections BR-800
absolute DR-22 local acknowledgment, enabling for SNA traffic
virtual terminal DR-22 prioritization BR-222
line build-out polling frequency, configuring BR-384
See LBO wait interval for an acknowledgment, configuring
line coding BR-380
T1 IR-355 XID transmissions, specifying frequency of BR-392
line coding format DR-250, IR-157 llc2 ack-delay-time command BR-380
line command DR-21 llc2 ack-max command BR-382
line configuration mode, entering DR-21 llc2 dynwind command BR-563
line feed llc2 idle-time command BR-384
insertion, X.3 PAD parameters DR-897 llc2 local-window command BR-385
padding, X.3 PAD parameters DR-898 llc2 n2 command BR-386
line number llc2 t1-time command BR-387
auxiliary DR-22 llc2 tbusy-time command BR-388
relative DR-21 llc2 tpf-time command BR-389
virtual terminal DR-22 llc2 trej-time command BR-391
line speed llc2 xid-neg-val-time command BR-392
receive speed llc2 xid-retry-time command BR-393
changing for session FR-104 LMI
transmit and receive speed ANSI T1.617 Annex D WR-207
changing for session FR-106 CCITT Q.933 Annex A WR-207
transmit speed Cisco Group 4 WR-207
changing for session FR-116 Frame Relay type, selecting WR-207
line types DR-22 general statistics, displaying WR-242, WR-257
linecode command DR-307, IR-132 keepalive interval WR-233
line-code type, selecting DR-307, IR-132 type, displaying WR-207
lines LMI DCE
disconnecting DR-371 error threshold WR-202
displaying information about DR-57, DR-506 monitored events count WR-204
sending messages to FR-140 polling verification timer WR-206
Link Access Procedure, Balanced LMI DTE
See LAPB error threshold WR-203
link command BR-777 full status polling interval WR-201
Link Quality Monitoring (LQM) monitored event count WR-205
enabling DR-605 LMI NNI
link state metrics error threshold WR-202, WR-203
IS-IS for IP, configuring P1R-346 monitored events count WR-204, WR-205
link traps polling verification timer WR-206
disabling FR-480 LNM
link-queuing command BR-625 configuration report server BR-104
link-state metrics displaying information
configuring IS-IS P3R-248 for one or more interfaces BR-154
link-state packet for one or more stations BR-158
See NLSP, LSP for one or more Token Rings BR-157
link-state PDU ring error monitor BR-111
discarding P3R-238 ring parameter server BR-112
MTU, setting P3R-256 lnm alternate command BR-102
retransmission interval P3R-251 lnm crs command BR-104, BR-105, BR-110
link-test command IR-133 lnm express-buffer command BR-106

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BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

lnm loss-threshold command BR-107 logging console command FR-507


lnm password command BR-108 logging facility command FR-509
lnm rem command BR-111 facility-type keywords (table) FR-509
lnm rps command BR-112 logging history command FR-511
lnm snmp-only command BR-113 logging history size command FR-511, FR-513
lnm softerr command BR-114 logging in
load balancing, IP Enhanced IGRP P1R-334 as specific user DR-411
load sharing to change login username DR-411
Apollo Domain P3R-5 logging linecard command FR-514
IPX P2R-296 logging messages
XNS P3R-383 See message logging
load statistics logging monitor command FR-516
interval FR-629 logging on command FR-517
loading the configuration file FR-214 logging source-interface command FR-519
load-interval command FR-629 logging synchronous command FR-520
locaddr-priority command BR-208 logging syslog-server command FR-687
locaddr-priority-list command BR-210, BR-334 logging trap command FR-522
local acknowledgment Logical Link Control, type 2
current state of, displaying BR-455 See LLC2
for LLC2 BR-234 logical unit
source-bridge remote-peer tcp command, using See LU address
with BR-234, BR-463 login
for SDLLC connections, enabling BR-467 setting timeout value SR-49
Local Area Transport login authentication command DR-177, SR-31
See LAT using list-names
Local Management Interface (caution) SR-31
See LMI; Frame Relay, LMI login command DR-411
local preference value, BGP, setting P1R-536 login command (line subcommand) DR-175, DR-413
local-area mobility P1R-37 login tacacs command SR-33
local-lnm command IR-134 login-string command DR-415
local-sap command BR-626 log-neighbor-changes command P1R-311, P2R-391
LocalTalk P2R-1 logout
locate-queuing command BR-627 warning users of impending FR-76
location command BR-525, FR-74 logout-warning command FR-76
location string loop detection buffer
setting FR-467 clearing table P3R-193
lock command DR-410 displaying table P3R-315
lockable command FR-75 setting timer P3R-327
lock-and-key loopback
idle timeouts SR-144 ATM packets (example) WR-77
temporary entries channelized T1 or E1 channel-group DR-310
clearing manually SR-144, SR-147 DS-3, channelized T1 link DR-312
creating manually SR-145 dte IR-143
enabling SR-144 from MIP over dedicated T1 link DR-311
lock-and-key access MCI serial card IR-135
absolute timeout P1R-112, P1R-131 over DS-3 or channelized T1 link IR-146, IR-147
creating dynamic access list P1R-112, P1R-131 SCI serial card IR-135
log-adjacency-changes command P2R-389, P3R-255 T1 line DR-309
logging through CSU/DSU IR-144
VPDN X.21 DTE limitation IR-135
events DR-849 loopback (E3/T3 interface) command IR-137
logging buffer loopback (interface) command IR-135
clearing FR-492 loopback (T1 interface) command IR-138
logging buffered command FR-506 loopback (T3 controller) command IR-141
logging command FR-505 loopback applique command IR-142

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

loopback command VR-44, WR-77 map-list command


loopback command (E1 controller) DR-308 Frame Relay WR-236
loopback dte command IR-143 source and destination addresses
loopback interfaces IR-110 E.164 or X.121 WR-236
assigning IPX network to DR-631 mapping
assigning virtual terminal lines to DR-541 MAC address-to-IP address FR-342
loopback line command IR-144 name-to-NSAP address P3R-212
loopback local command (interface) DR-310 NSAP-to-SNPA address P3R-206, P3R-214
loopback local command (T1 controller) DR-309 NSAP-to-TID
loopback remote (interface) command IR-146 mapping P3R-336
loopback remote command (controller) DR-311 TID-to-NSAP address P3R-321, P3R-329
loopback remote command (interface) DR-312 masks, format in displays P1R-52, P1R-100
loop-detect command VR-45 master bundle interface host DR-771
low-speed serial interfaces match address command SR-271, SR-337
physical layer IR-158 match as-path command P1R-391
LQM DR-605 match clns address command P3R-257
lsap command BR-779 match clns next-hop command P3R-258
LSP match clns route-source command P3R-259
See NLSP, LSP match community-list command P1R-393
lsp-gen-interval command P2R-392 match interface command P1R-493, P3R-260
lsp-mtu command P2R-393, P3R-256 match ip address command P1R-495
lsp-refresh-interval command P2R-394 match ip next-hop command P1R-498
LU address match ip route-source command P1R-500
logical units, mapping to queuing priorities based match length command P1R-502
on BR-210 match metric command P1R-504, P3R-261
priority list, specifying BR-213 match route-type command P1R-506, P3R-262
queuing priorities BR-334 match tag command P1R-508
LU sessions, limiting BR-752 max-cached-entries command BR-628
LZS compression algorithm IR-51 max-cached-trees command BR-629
maximum paths
Apollo Domain P3R-5
M IPX P2R-296
XNS P3R-383
maximum transmission unit
MAC address
See MTU
mapping to IP address FR-342
maximum-lus command BR-782
mac-address command BR-115
maximum-memory command BR-630
MacIP
maximum-paths command P1R-510
addresses, allocating P2R-65, P2R-69
max-link-stations command BR-631
clients, displaying P2R-140
max-llc2-sessions command BR-781
server, establishing P2R-67
max-lsp-lifetime command P2R-395
servers, displaying P2R-141
max-rcv-btu-size command BR-632
traffic statistics P2R-144
M-bit
Maintenance Operation Protocol
X.25 more data bit WR-345, WR-362
See MOP
MCI interface card
manual booting
loopback on serial IR-135
from Flash FR-298
pulsing DTR signal DR-251, IR-170
from ROM FR-298
MD5 authentication
map class
IP Enhanced IGRP P1R-313
dialer map DR-313
on TCP connections between BGP peers P1R-407
map-class command DR-732
OSPF P1R-242
map-class dialer command DR-313, DR-732, DR-808
RIP P1R-489
map-class frame-relay command WR-234
mdl command IR-149
map-group command
MDS
Frame Relay WR-235
See IP multicast routing, MDS

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

media-type command IR-151 metrics


members command DR-24 assigning for redistribution P1R-204,
memory usage P1R-256, P1R-384
Certification Authority Interoperability SR-372 IP Enhanced IGRP, adjusting P1R-223, P1R-307
memory-size iomem command FR-283 routing
menu (EXEC) command FR-22 Net/One P3R-355, P3R-391
menu clear-screen command FR-23 VINES P3R-72, P3R-80
menu command FR-24 XNS P3R-355, P3R-391
resume FR-25 MIB
menu default command FR-26 Cisco Round-Trip Time Monitor FR-393
menu line-mode command FR-28 RMON FR-386, FR-390
menu options command FR-29 microcode
menu prompt command FR-30 loading Cisco IOS image FR-248
menu single-space command FR-31 loading from Flash memory FR-246
menu status-line command FR-32 reloading FR-250
menu text command FR-33 microcode (Cisco IOS image) command FR-248
menu title command FR-35 microcode command FR-246
menu-exit command FR-27 microcode reload command FR-250
message MID
front panel LED display FR-235 per VC (example) WR-24
specifying front panel LED FR-254 mid command WR-78
Message Digest 5 (MD5) authentication minimum-memory command BR-633
See MD5 authentication MIP
message identifier CT3IP external port IR-351
See MID mkdir command FR-184
message logging mls rp ip command XR-96
console FR-507 mls rp management-interface command XR-97
enabling FR-517 mls rp nde-address command XR-98
history table size FR-513 mls rp vlan-id command XR-99
monitor FR-516 mls rp vtp-domain command XR-100
SNMP trap FR-511 MLSP XR-96
UNIX syslog server FR-505 mobile remote node DR-486
message queue length mode
SNMP FR-472 framed DR-252, IR-364
message-of-the-day banner unframed DR-252, IR-364
See MOTD banner mode command SR-339, VR-46
messages modem
busy FR-139 chat script DR-672, DR-881
displaying debug FR-99 dialer hold queue DR-688
Echo, ICMP P1R-74, P1R-79 EC/compression DR-881
failed connection DR-366, FR-129 scripts (examples) DR-884
length FR-140 settings
line activation, displaying FR-122 AUX (table) DR-882
line-in-use FR-139 EC/compression (table) DR-881
login DR-366, DR-415, FR-129 platform-specific (table) DR-882
redirecting system error FR-517 troubleshooting DR-884
sending to other terminals FR-140 modem answer-timeout command DR-79, DR-186
successful connection DR-366, DR-415, FR-129 modem at-mode command DR-80
vacant terminal FR-145 modem at-mode-permit command DR-82
See also banners; message logging modem attributes DR-51
metric adjustments, ISO IGRP P3R-263 modem autoconfigure command DR-83
metric holddown command P1R-227 modem autoconfigure discovery command DR-83
metric maximum-hops command P1R-228 modem autoconfigure type command DR-84
metric weights command P1R-229, P1R-319, P3R-263 modem autotest command DR-85
modem bad command DR-88

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

modem buffer-size command DR-90 mop sysid command DR-424, IR-153


modem busyout command DR-91 more command FR-185
modem callin command DR-25 more data bit
modem callout command DR-26, DR-36 X.25 WR-345, WR-362
modem chat scripts more flh:logfile command FR-252
DDR DR-672 MOTD banner
default DR-672 configuring FR-127
modem country mica command DR-93 motd-banner command FR-136
modem country microcom_hdms command DR-96 MPOA
modem cts-required command DR-36 LANE client XR-154
See modem printer command mpoa client config name command XR-187
modem dialin line command DR-28 mpoa client name command XR-188
modem dtr-active command DR-29 mpoa server config name command XR-189
modem hold-reset command DR-99 mpoa server name command XR-190
modem inout command DR-31 mpoa server name trigger ip-address command XR-191
modem poll retry command DR-101 mrinfo command P1R-641
modem poll time command DR-102 mrouted P1R-641
modem printer command DR-32 description P1R-583
modem reconnection, forcing a waiting period DR-813 mstat command P1R-642
modem recovery action command DR-103 mtrace command P1R-644
modem recovery maintenance command DR-104 MTU
modem recovery threshold command DR-106 Cisco defaults and limits for packet WR-261
modem recovery-time command DR-107 default values by media type (table) IR-154
modem ri-is-cd command ISO CLNS, maximum P3R-215
See modem dialin line command setting IS-IS link-state PDU P3R-256
modem shutdown command DR-108 mtu command IR-154
modem startup-test command DR-110 mtu translate option, mapping to virtual interface template
modem status-poll command DR-111 command DR-515, DR-536
modem, specifying capabilities of DR-113 multicast addresses
modemcap edit command DR-112 ATM
modemcap entries, using templates to join DR-52 SMDS (example) WR-25
modemcap entry command DR-113 multicast command P2R-396
modem-pool command DR-114 multicast distributed switching
modes See IP multicast routing, MDS
ca-identity multicast group, joining P1R-596
enabling SR-377 multicast source addresses
certificate chain configuration configuring bridging support for BR-48
enabling SR-370 Multilayer Switching Protocol
query See MLSP
enabling SR-372 multilink bundle interface, defining template to use DR-586
RA Multilink PPP
enabling SR-384 bundle information, displaying DR-612, DR-802
See also command modes multilink virtual-template command DR-586
monitor multiple ISDN switch types
message logging to FR-516 restrictions DR-305
MOP multiple logical IP subnetworks
controlling sysid messages DR-424 on SMDS WR-262, WR-276, WR-278
enabling an interface to support IR-152 multiple-character patterns
enabling for an interface DR-424 anchoring DR-905
server creating DR-904
booting automatically FR-306 description DR-902
forwarding boot requests FR-353 using multipliers DR-904
mop device-code command FR-352 multipliers
mop enabled command DR-424, IR-152 using in regular expressions DR-904
mop retransmit-timer command FR-353

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

multipoint intervals NBF, viewing sessions DR-55


ATM NBMA network
configuring (example) WR-26 mapping IP-to-NBMA addresses P1R-56
Multiport Communications Interface mapping IPX-to-NBMA addresses P2R-308
See MCI interface card network identifier P1R-59, P2R-310
multiprotocol virtual circuit NBP
X.25 WR-350 access lists
multiring all command BR-117 creating P2R-8
multiring command BR-116 other NBPs P2R-15
multiring trcrf-vlan command BR-202 AppleTalk P2R-63, P2R-72
music-threshold command VR-136 name registration table P2R-148
named entities P2R-8
packet type P2R-8
N services, displaying P2R-146
tests P2R-197
NCIA
Name Binding Protocol
circuits
See AppleTalk, NBP
clearing BR-728
name caching
status information, displaying BR-737
enabling for NetBIOS BR-122
client
name command BR-784
active connection, terminating BR-729
name display facility
configuring BR-732
AppleTalk P2R-72
status information, displaying BR-738
configuring P2R-63
registered client control block, releasing BR-730
name elan-id command XR-154
server
name local-seg-id command XR-156
configuring BR-735
name mapping
RSRB ring, configuring BR-734
CLNS
starting and stopping BR-731
NETs P3R-212
status information, displaying BR-740
NSAPs P3R-212
ncia client command BR-732
name preempt command XR-155
ncia command BR-731
name server-atm-address command XR-157
ncia rsrb command BR-734
name-connection command FR-138
ncia server command BR-735
named IP access list P1R-141
negative-caching command BR-634
named IPX access lists P2R-248
neighbor command
named-key command SR-419
advertisement-interval P1R-395
NASI
distribute-list P1R-399
clients, enabling DR-754
EGBP-multihop P1R-401
connection status, displaying DR-755
EGP, IGRP, RIP P1R-231
TTY lines, connecting through DR-754
filter-list P1R-402
VTY lines, connecting through DR-754
IGRP, RIP P1R-211
nasi authentication command SR-34
maximum-prefix P1R-404
using list-names
next-hop-self P1R-406
(caution) SR-34
OSPF P1R-273
NAT
remote-as P1R-412
clearing translations P1R-10
route-map P1R-414
enabling P1R-40
update-source P1R-420
inside destination address translation P1R-42
version P1R-421
inside source address translation P1R-44
weight P1R-422
outside source address translation P1R-46
neighbor database-filter command P1R-275
pool of addresses, defining P1R-48
neighbor default-originate command P1R-396
statistics, displaying P1R-92
neighbor description command P1R-398
translations, displaying P1R-94
neighbor password command P1R-407
national bit command IR-156
Native Client Interface Architecture
See NCIA

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

neighbor peer-group command exporting cache entries XR-9


assigning members P1R-409 flow switching XR-9
creating P1R-410 IP
neighbor route-reflector-client command P1R-415 enabling XR-13
neighbor send-community command P1R-417 netmask, definition P1R-52
neighbor soft-reconfiguration inbound command P1R-418 NETs for CLNS
neighbor table, VINES algorithm for choosing P3R-216
deleting P3R-22 configuring P3R-265
displaying P3R-36 name mapping P3R-212
static paths, creating P3R-75 static address, assigning P3R-216
net command P1R-352, P3R-265 NetWare Asynchronous Services Interface
Net/One See NASI
emulation mode P3R-378, P3R-391 NetWare Link Services Protocol
hello packets P3R-355, P3R-391 See NLSP
metrics, routing P3R-355, P3R-391 Network Address Translation
routing See NAT
enabling P3R-378, P3R-391 network area command P1R-276
updates P3R-391 network command P2R-399
NetBEUI backdoor P1R-425
connection information, displaying DR-55 BGP P1R-424
remote node, configuring DR-34 IGRP P1R-232, P1R-321
NetBIOS RIP P1R-212
IPX, filtering messages P2R-298, P2R-300 network configuration file FR-214
session table copying from a server using rcp FR-271
global DR-55 example FR-277
interface DR-55 default filename FR-222
netbios access-list bytes command BR-118 changing FR-214
netbios access-list command P2R-397 loading from a server FR-222
netbios access-list host command BR-120 network entity titles
netbios enable-name-cache command BR-122 See NETs for CLNS
netbios input-access-filter bytes command BR-123 network management hub IR-134
netbios input-access-filter host command BR-124 network masks, format P1R-100
netbios name-cache command BR-125 network service access point
netbios name-cache name-len command BR-127 See NSAP
netbios name-cache proxy-datagram command BR-128 network services
netbios name-cache query-timeout command BR-129 tailoring use of FR-529, FR-530
netbios name-cache recognized-timeout command BR-130 network timing services
netbios name-cache timeout command BR-131 displaying information WR-144
netbios nbf command DR-34 network weight command P1R-426
netbios output-access-filter bytes command BR-132 network-clock base-rate command VR-48
netbios output-access-filter host command BR-133 network-clock-select command VR-49, WR-79
NetBIOS, IBM network-clock-switch command VR-51
access list filter network-id command XR-192
assigning to interface BR-123, BR-124 Network-to-Network Interface
defining for outgoing messages BR-132, BR-133 See NNI
byte offset access lists BR-190 Next Hop Resolution Protocol
byte offsets, configuring BR-118 See NHRP
cache, displaying entries in BR-160 NHRP
clearing dynamically learned names BR-95 IPX
name caching access lists P2R-307
configuring the "dead time" for BR-129, BR-130 authentication P2R-305
defining a static entry BR-125 authoritative response P2R-306
enabling BR-122, BR-131 cache clearing P2R-224
NetFlow Switching static entries P2R-308
description XR-14 cache, displaying P2R-435

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

NHRP (continued) enabling P2R-354


controlling requests P2R-307 on an interface P2R-317
dynamic cache entries P2R-224 filters
enabling P2R-310 route updates P2R-238
holdtime P2R-306 GNS queries, replying to P2R-272
initiation hello interval, specifying P2R-319, P2R-321
controlling P2R-314 holddown period between partial route calculations,
loop detection P2R-312, P2R-313 controlling P2R-412
network identifier P2R-310 hop count, maximum from RIP updates P2R-295
packet rate P2R-309 internal network number
record and reverse record options P2R-312 definition P2R-287
requests, triggering P2R-314 setting P2R-287
Responder Address option P2R-313 IPX
security P2R-305 SPF log P2R-443
server addresses P2R-311 link delay, specifying P2R-293
static IPX-to-NBMA address mapping P2R-308 logging adjacency changes P2R-389
traffic statistics P2R-437 LSP
triggering requests P2R-307 generation interval P2R-392
NHRP for IP MTU, maximum size P2R-393
access list P1R-55 refresh interval P2R-394
authentication P1R-53 retransmission interval, specifying P2R-326
authoritative response P1R-54 setting maximum lifetime P2R-395
cache, clearing transmission interval P2R-322
dynamic entries P1R-12 metric, specifying P2R-323
static entries P1R-56 multicast addressing
cache, displaying P1R-96 interface configuration P2R-324
enabling P1R-59 router configuration P2R-396
holdtime P1R-54 neighbors, displaying P2R-441
initiation, controlling P1R-65 redistribution P2R-413
loop detection P1R-61, P1R-62 RIP entries, aging out P2R-343
multipoint tunnel P1R-107 RIP packets
network identifier P1R-59 maximum size P2R-342
Next Hop Server address P1R-60 processing P2R-327
packet rate P1R-58 SAP entries
record and reverse record options, suppressing P1R-61 aging P2R-368
requests, triggering P1R-55, P1R-65 SAP packets
Responder Address option P1R-62 maximum size P2R-367
security P1R-53 processing P2R-328
server-only mode P1R-63 shortest path first algorithm (SPF) calculation interval,
static IP-to-NBMA address mapping P1R-56 controlling P2R-459
SVC set-up and teardown subinterfaces P2R-302
thresholds P1R-64 configuring (example) P2R-303
time interval P1R-17 throughput, specifying P2R-375
traffic statistics, displaying P1R-98 NNI
tunnel mode command P1R-107 and DCE
NLSP error threshold WR-202
area network numbers, setting P2R-219 monitored events count WR-204
CSNP interval, specifying P2R-316 polling verification timer WR-206
database, displaying P2R-438 and DTE
default routes error threshold WR-203
advertising P2R-255 monitored events count WR-205
specifying P2R-263 Frame Relay PVC switching
designated router interface type WR-190
specifying election priority P2R-325 no form of a command
disabling on an interface P2R-317 using FR-xxii

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

no ip inspect command SR-203 O


no menu command FR-37
node name, changing LAT DR-392 o command FR-316
node-row command BR-636 Oakley key exchange protocol
nonbroadcast multiaccess network See IKE
See NBMA network OAM
non-linear command VR-137 ATM
non-return to zero inverted (NRZI) cell flush (example) WR-30
enabling DR-250 oam retry command WR-83
nonreturn-to-zero inverted oam-pvc command WR-81
See NRZI oam-svc command WR-85
nonvolatile RAM file compression FR-220 ODR
notes enabling P1R-198
usage in text v offload (backup) command BR-788
notify command DR-416, FR-77 offload command BR-785
Novell IPX offset-list (IGRP) command P1R-233
See IPX offset-list (IP Enhanced IGRP) command P1R-322
NRZI offset-list (RIP) command P1R-213
enabling IR-157 offsets
nrzi-encoding command DR-250, IR-157 applying P1R-214
NSAP IP Enhanced IGRP P1R-233, P1R-322
address (example) WR-29 RIP P1R-213
ATM WR-28 oid command FR-689
NSAPs for CLNS On-Demand Routing
cluster alias P3R-199 See ODR
media address mapping P3R-206, P3R-214 on-hook detection WR-51
name mapping P3R-212 online documentation
SNPA mapping P3R-206, P3R-214 See CCO
static address assignment P3R-216 open connections, displaying DR-487, DR-565
TID mapping P3R-336 Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol
NSSA P1R-246 See OSPF
ntp access-group command FR-631 operation command VR-138
ntp authenticate command FR-633 Organizational Unique Identifier
ntp authentication-key command FR-634 See OUI code
ntp broadcast client command FR-637 OSI
ntp broadcast command FR-636 See ISO CLNS
ntp broadcastdelay command FR-638 OSPF
ntp clock-period command FR-639 address range for a single route, specifying P1R-247
ntp disable command FR-640 aggregate addresses, creating P1R-299
ntp master command FR-641 area ID P1R-276
ntp peer command FR-643 authentication for an area, enabling P1R-242
ntp server command FR-645 auto cost P1R-278
ntp source command FR-647 broadcasts
ntp trusted-key command FR-648 over Frame Relay WR-209
ntp update-calendar command FR-649 over X.25 BR-87, BR-469, WR-353
null bytes consolidate routes at a boundary P1R-247
end of string FR-78, FR-101 cost P1R-260
null-xid-poll command BR-638 cost to the default external route, assigning P1R-244
num-exp command VR-52 database, displaying information P1R-285
NVRAM file compression FR-220 dead interval P1R-262
default metric values, setting P1R-256
default metrics P1R-278
default route, generate P1R-254
default summary route cost P1R-244

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

OSPF (continued) P
demand circuit P1R-263
designated router P1R-270 P1024B protocol BR-914
distances P1R-257 packet
DNS names P1R-267 compressed packet-by-packet BR-87,
enabling P1R-281 BR-469, WR-352
hello interval P1R-264 compressed TCP header WR-357
hello packet interval P1R-262 maximum size, establishing FR-470
ignore MOSPF LSA packets P1R-279 SNMP, filtering FR-470
interface information, displaying P1R-294 X.25
interfaces P1R-276 acknowledgment, configuring WR-394
IRDP advertisements to multicast address, input, setting size of WR-345
sending P1R-36 output, setting size of WR-362
link state advertisement retransmissions P1R-271 packet assembler/disassembler
LSA group pacing P1R-301 See PAD
MD5 authentication P1R-265 packet dispatch character
MOSPF packets, ignoring P1R-279 changing for session FR-90
neighbor information, displaying P1R-296 setting for line FR-65
neighbor state changes, viewing P1R-280 packet lifetime
network type P1R-268 ISO CLNS P3R-218
not so stubby area P1R-246 packet-by-packet compression
NSSA P1R-246 X.25 BR-87, BR-469, WR-352
over X.25 network WR-351 PAD
password P1R-259 connections between devices DR-561,
priority of router P1R-270 WR-303, WR-363
retransmit interval P1R-271 Macintosh connecting through DR-509,
route calculation timers, configuring P1R-302 DR-518, DR-527
routers interconnecting to nonbroadcast mapping WR-359
networks P1R-273 parameters, changing DR-557–DR-559, DR-566
routing processes, displaying information P1R-282 profile scripts, creating WR-399
routing table entries, displaying P1R-284 See also X.3 PAD
stub area, defining P1R-249 pad command DR-554
summarize routes at a boundary P1R-247 PAD profile scripts DR-550
timers P1R-302 padding
transmit delay P1R-272 changing for session FR-101
virtual link P1R-251 configuring for line FR-78
virtual links, displaying P1R-298 padding command FR-78
ospf auto-cost command P1R-278 PAP
ospf ignore lsa mospf command P1R-279 authentication method DR-590
ospf log-adj-changes command P1R-280 parallel paths
OUI code Apollo Domain P3R-5
choosing type to use over translational bridges IPX, choosing between P2R-296
BR-60, BR-99 XNS P3R-383
output attenuation command VR-139 parallel router P1R-15
output notification parameter-setting command DR-894
configuring for session FR-100 parentheses
setting for line FR-77 using in regular expressions DR-906
output-delay command P1R-214 parity
outstanding frames, LAPB changing for session FR-102
acknowledgment (modulo parameter) WR-296 setting for line FR-79
maximum number (window parameter) WR-295 parity command FR-79
owner command FR-382 partition command FR-284
owning-cp command BR-639 partition flash command FR-284
passive-interface command P1R-511

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

Password Authentication Protocol permit (standard) command P2R-407


See PAP permit (summary) command P2R-403
password command DR-179, SR-438 permit command P1R-164, SR-273
passwords IPX
assigning for a line DR-179 extended P2R-400
clear-text version DR-654 SAP filtering P2R-405
IS-IS standard P2R-407
area, configuring P3R-186 summary P2R-403
domain, assigning P3R-237 PFS
interface, setting P3R-249 specifying SR-343
IS-IS for IP Phase IV/Phase V, DECnet, designing network P3R-127
area, assigning on P1R-336 physical-layer command DR-35, IR-158
authentication P1R-336 PIM
domain, assigning on P1R-338 See IP multicast routing, PIM
interface, assigning on P1R-347 ping (privileged) command FR-523
LNM, setting for BR-108 ping (user) command FR-526
path command BR-790 ping command FR-214, P1R-646
Path MTU Discovery AppleTalk
enabling P1R-157 privileged P2R-109
RFC 1191 P1R-157 unprivileged P2R-111
paths verbose mode P2R-110
selection, DECnet P3R-139 DECnet
source-route bridging, modifying default cost privileged P3R-163
for BR-194 user P3R-165
transparent bridging, modifying default cost for BR-38 IP
paths-of-statistics-kept command FR-383 privileged P1R-74
pattern matching user P1R-79
See regular expressions IPX
pattern matching symbols, LAT (table) DR-384 privileged P2R-409
PDUs, error test characters (table) P2R-409
See ERPDU unprivileged P2R-411
PDUs, redirect ISO CLNS
See RDPDU privileged P3R-266
peer default ip address command DR-587, DR-633 user P3R-269
peer neighbor routes LAPB T1 value, determining WR-301
dialer interface, effect on DR-589 specify Internet header options P1R-75
peer neighbor-route command DR-589 test characters (table) FR-523, FR-526
perfect forward secrecy test connectivity FR-523, FR-526
See PFS VINES P3R-25
Performance Data Collection XNS
configuring FR-693 privileged P3R-361
enabling FR-683 test characters (table) P3R-361, P3R-363
SNMP data FR-705, FR-720 user P3R-363
transfer method FR-724 PKI protocol
period (.) character See CEP
ping command output FR-524 playout-delay command VR-141
permanent rate queues plus character in regular expressions DR-904
ATM point-to-multipoint signaling
(example) WR-34 ATM
configuring WR-33 (example) WR-27
permanent virtual circuit Point-to-Point Protocol
See PVC See PPP
permit (extended) command P2R-400 policy propagation via BGP QR-4
permit (reflexive) command SR-156
permit (SAP filtering) command P2R-405

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

policy routing CHAP


based on address P1R-496 common hostname DR-596
based on packet length P1R-502 common secret DR-597
enabling P1R-518 client, calling back DR-814
local P1R-481 common secret, remote CHAP authentication DR-597
route map, identifying P1R-481 compression IR-51
route map, identifying P1R-483 encapsulation IR-72
to a default next hop P1R-528 changing dynamically DR-258, DR-338
to a next hop P1R-530 enabling on interface DR-578
to an interface P1R-526 IPX packet compression over DR-630
to default interface P1R-524 Multilink PPP
poll bit, sending for LLC2 BR-389 enabling for BACP DR-796
poll timer PAP
ATM (example) WR-150 remote authentication (example) DR-603
poll-interval command FR-691 remote, username and password sent DR-603
pool-range command DR-116 session, automatic startup DR-620
Poor Man’s Routing wide-area networking DR-575–DR-616
DECnet P3R-133 ppp authentication command DR-590, SR-36
port command IR-159, VR-53 CHAP DR-590
APPN PAP DR-590
connection network BR-640 using list-names
link station BR-641 (caution) SR-36
port numbers ppp authorization command SR-62
TCP services (table) QR-26 ppp bap call command DR-782
UDP services (table) QR-26 ppp bap callback command DR-783
port numbers, Telnet DR-36 ppp bap drop command DR-785
port queue ppp bap link types command DR-787
retry interval FR-103 ppp bap max command DR-788
pos flag command IR-160 ppp bap monitor load command DR-790
pos framing command IR-161 ppp bap number command DR-791, DR-866
pos internal-clock command ppp bap timeout command DR-794
See clock source (CT3IP) command ppp bridge appletalk command DR-592
pos report command IR-163 ppp bridge ip command DR-593
pos scramble-atm command IR-165 ppp bridge ipx command DR-594
pos threshold command IR-167 ppp callback command DR-313, DR-808, DR-809, DR-814
PPP DR-635–DR-636 ppp chap hostname command DR-596, SR-38
APPN remote SAP, specifying BR-642 ppp chap password command DR-597, SR-39
authentication ppp chap refuse command SR-40
CHAP or PAP, order requested DR-590 ppp chap wait command SR-41
incoming calls only DR-590 ppp command DR-635
remote CHAP, common secret DR-597 ppp multilink command DR-599
remote PAP, username sent DR-603 BACP, enabling DR-796
BACP DR-781–DR-803 ppp multilink fragment-delay command DR-601
callback configuration DR-783 ppp multilink idle-link command DR-869
dialer load threshold DR-790 ppp multilink interleave command DR-602
dropping links, no response DR-785 ppp pap sent-username command DR-603, SR-42
links, removing from multilink bundle DR-785 ppp quality command DR-605
retransmissions, setting limits DR-788 ppp use-tacacs command SR-44
telephone number negotiation DR-791 single-line option
telephone number, local, configuring DR-791 (caution) SR-44
transmit queue threshold DR-790 ppp use-tacacs translate option
type of link, adding or dropping DR-787 mapping to virtual interface template command
callback DR-515, DR-536
enabling on non-DTR dialer interface DR-809 ppp-dest-address command BR-642
secure DR-806 prc-interval command P2R-412

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

predictor compression DR-576, IR-51 TCP DR-524


predictor compressor DR-240 X.25 DR-535
preference command VR-55 global translation options DR-511, DR-520, DR-529
preferred routes LAT options DR-519, DR-528
specifying with ISO IGRP P3R-273 outgoing options, mapping to virtual interface template
preferred-nnserver command BR-792 commands DR-515, DR-536
prefix command VR-56 SLIP and PPP options DR-510, DR-519, DR-528
pri-group command DR-315, IR-169 Telnet DR-509, DR-517, DR-523, DR-528
pri-group timeslots nfas_d command DR-351 Telnet/TCP DR-509, DR-517, DR-523, DR-528
primary address Telnet/TCP options DR-517, DR-523
IP, setting P1R-14 X.25 options DR-509, DR-519
primary SDLC station, configuring routing device Protocol-Independent Multicast
as BR-377 See IP multicast routing, PIM
printer command (LPD) FR-80 protocols
priority group, assigning BR-337 selecting terminal transport DR-468
priority list, assigning QR-21 proxy explorers
priority queueing configuring BR-185
configuration information, displaying QR-76 enabling for NetBIOS name caching BR-122
establishing QR-25 proxy network numbers
packet limits (table) QR-29 assigning P2R-77
priority levels (table) QR-26 proxy, configuring for LAT DR-405
priority-group command BR-212, BR-337, QR-21 pseudobroadcasting
priority-list command BR-208, BR-213 SMDS static map WR-280
priority-list default command QR-22 pu command
priority-list interface command QR-23 DLUR BR-795
priority-list protocol bstun command BR-339 pu command (direct) BR-793
priority-list protocol command QR-25 public key configuration mode
priority-list protocol ip tcp command BR-340 enabling SR-410, SR-419
priority-list queue-limit command QR-29 pulse-time command DR-251, IR-170
priority-list stun address command BR-342 pu-type-20 command BR-646
private command FR-82 PVC
privilege level (line) command SR-441 ATM
privileged EXEC mode discovery (example) WR-19
entering FR-8 resetting XOT WR-288
summary FR-xxi X.25
probes address maps, displaying WR-316
See RTR encapsulation, establishing WR-364
prompt HIC WR-337
customizing FR-650 HOC WR-338
prompt command FR-650 HTC WR-342
prompts LIC WR-346
system FR-xxi LOC WR-348
propagation-delay command LTC WR-349
APPN link station BR-643 serial interfaces on (example) WR-368
APPN port BR-644 states WR-327
protocol addresses switched WR-367
mapping (example) WR-63 switched options (table) WR-370
protocol command WR-87 tunneled WR-372
protocol groups, creating BR-362 pvc command WR-90
protocol numbers pwd command FR-187
IPX (table) P2R-208
protocol translation
global options DR-511, DR-520, DR-529, DR-535
LAT DR-514

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

Q STUN
based on a TCP port BR-340
QLLC based on address BR-342
APPN
configuring BR-712
partner node, specifying BR-711 R
configured for DLSw BR-468, BR-471
data link R2 signaling DR-265
defining, SNA host BR-534 RA mode
enabling, SNA BR-529 enabling SR-384
qllc accept-all-calls command BR-430 radius-server attribute nas-port extended command SR-82
qllc dlsw command BR-287 radius-server configure-nas command SR-83
qllc npsi-poll command BR-433 radius-server dead-time command SR-84
qllc partner command BR-434 radius-server extended-portnames command SR-85
qllc sap command BR-436 radius-server host command SR-86
qllc srb command BR-438 radius-server host non-standard command SR-88
qllc xid command BR-440 radius-server key command SR-90
QoS group ID QR-50 radius-server optional passwords command SR-89
Qualified Logical Link Control radius-server retransmit command SR-92
See QLLC radius-server timeout command SR-93
query mode radius-server vsa send command SR-94
enabling SR-372 RAND compression algorithm DR-240, DR-576, IR-51
query url command SR-389 random-detect command QR-39
question command FR-xvii random-detect exponential-weighting-constant
queue command QR-41
byte count QR-37 random-detect precedence command QR-43
custom QR-5 RARP
length limit QR-38 router, configuring as server FR-342
maximum packets QR-29 RAs
packet priorities QR-23, QR-33 configuration
priorities, assigning QR-31 (example) SR-384
priority QR-22 enabling SR-384
protocol priorities QR-25, QR-35 rate-limit command QR-46
status QR-76 raw queue size
weighted fair queueing QR-7 ATM
queue size (example) WR-35
exponential weight factor QR-41 configuring WR-35
queued host-initiated connections rcp
deleting entries from, LAT DR-367 configuring FR-346, FR-350
queue-list default command QR-31 copying files FR-345
queue-list interface command QR-33 DNS, enabling security FR-344
queue-list protocol bstun command BR-344 remote username FR-308
queue-list protocol command QR-35 RDPDU
queue-list protocol ip tcp command BR-346 configuring for sending, ISO CLNS P3R-230
queue-list queue byte-count command QR-37 interval to disable P3R-219
queue-list queue limit command QR-38 Real-time Transport Protocol
queues Multilink PPP interleaving DR-585
holding packets for modem connection DR-688 rearranging entries in BOOT environment variable FR-308
length, SNMP trap queues FR-472 receive buffers
queuing priorities setting for host, LAT DR-389
BSTUN setting for server, LAT DR-396
based on header BR-339 receiver not ready (RNR) frames BR-388
based on TCP port BR-340 receiver ready (RR) frames BR-384, BR-388
configuring BR-210, BR-213 Recognized Operating Agencies lists
See ROA lists

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

Recognized Operating Agency creating DR-902


See X.25, ROA using multipliers DR-904
redirect messages, VINES P3R-79 using parentheses for recall DR-906
redirect protocol data unit with anchoring DR-905
See RDPDU description DR-901
redistribute command P1R-513, P2R-413, P3R-271 examples DR-907
redistribute static clns command P3R-271 recalling DR-906
redistribute static ip command P1R-513 special characters
redistribution anchoring (table) DR-905
AppleTalk multipliers (table) DR-904
Enhanced IGRP P2R-82 reject timer BR-391
assigning metrics for P1R-204, P1R-256, P1R-384 relative line number DR-21
IP Enhanced IGRP reload command FR-318
metrics for P1R-223, P1R-307 reloading the operating system FR-318
of default routes P1R-222, P1R-306 remote copy protocol
IP See rcp
IP address P1R-518 Remote Monitoring
one routing domain into another P1R-513 See RMON
See also IP, redistribution remote peer
IPX Enhanced IGRP P2R-413 specifying forced RSRB protocol version
IS-IS P3R-271 number BR-459
ISO IGRP P3R-271 specifying frame size BR-230, BR-234,
match criteria BR-459, BR-463
address P3R-257 remote shell
interface P3R-260 See rsh server
metric P3R-261 remote source-route bridging
next-hop P3R-258 See RSRB
route source P3R-259 remote username, rcp requests
route-type P3R-262 default values FR-308
See also IP, redistribution overriding default value FR-308
NLSP P2R-413 rename command FR-188
one protocol to another P1R-517 reporting link number, specifying threshold BR-102
routes, using same metric value P1R-204, req-qos command VR-57
P1R-256, P1R-384 request-data-size command FR-384
routing information P1R-430, P1R-434, P3R-259 reserved-inbound command BR-647
set criteria reserved-outbound command BR-648
level P3R-276 Resource Reservation Protocol
metric P3R-278 See RSVP
metric-type P3R-280 response time reporter
tag P3R-281 See RTR
using route maps P1R-430, P1R-434 response-data-size command FR-385
See also IP, redistribution resume command DR-417, DR-557, DR-896, FR-25
references and recommended reading FR-733 retransmission interval, setting for IP IS-IS P1R-349
reflexive access lists retransmission limit
configuring LAT DR-395
(examples) SR-153, SR-157 retry count, LLC2 BR-386
temporary entries retry interval
characteristics SR-157 terminal port queue FR-103
timeouts, global retry-limit command
(examples) SR-154 APPN link station BR-649
refuse-message command FR-139 APPN port BR-650
regular expressions Reverse Address Resolution Protocol
alternative DR-905 See RARP
characters with special meaning (table) DR-903 reverse connections DR-26, DR-30

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

Reverse Path Forwarding (RPF) P1R-657 RFC 1717


displaying P1R-674 MLP DR-575
RFC 1034 RFC 1757
domain name servers FR-336 RMON alarm group FR-389
RFC 1035 RMON MIB FR-386, FR-390
domain names FR-625 RFC 1994
RFC 1042 PPP CHAP DR-575
ARP packets P1R-5 RFC 2018
SNAP P1R-86 TCP selective acknowledgment P1R-159
RFC 1045 RFC 2125
Ethernet type code for Versatile Message Translation BACP DR-781
Protocol BR-925 RFC 742
RFC 1084 Finger protocol FR-656
BootP extensions DR-4 RFC 791
BOOTP requests for asynchronous interfaces FR-336 Internet type of service P1R-75, P1R-76
RFC 1144 RFC 826
TCP header compression P1R-156 ARP P1R-5
TCP/IP header compression DR-639, WR-357 RFC 865
RFC 1178 Quote of the Day servers FR-336
choosing a name for your computer FR-625 RFC 868
RFC 1191 time servers FR-336
Path MTU Discovery P1R-157 RFC 877 BR-87
RFC 1195 IP datagram transmission BR-469, WR-352
IP addresses P1R-72 RFC 887
RFC 1247 RLP servers FR-336
authentication P1R-242 RFC 903
poll interval P1R-273 RARP FR-343
RFC 1293 WR-191 RFC 950
RFC 1323 subnet masks FR-336
TCP timestamp P1R-161 RFCs
RFC 1334 Cisco-supported (table) FR-737
PPP PAP authentication DR-575 RIF
RFC 1340 cache contents, displaying BR-161
"well known" port number XR-19 enabling BR-202
RFC 1356 BR-87 for routed protocols BR-116
X.25 and ISDN multiprotocol interconnect BR-469, information, enabling collection of BR-116
WR-350 ring groups, establishing BR-134
X.25 encapsulation WR-292 static information, entering BR-134
X.25 PVC encapsulation WR-365 rif command BR-134
RFC 1406 WR-131 rif timeout command BR-136
RFC 1406, degraded minute calculation IR-228 rif validate-age command BR-137
RFC 1407, calculating unavailable seconds IR-227 rif validate-enable command BR-138
RFC 1447 rif validate-enable-age command BR-140
predefined SNMP views FR-478 rif validate-enable-route-cache command BR-141
RFC 1490 WR-169 ring cadence command VR-142
RFC 1516 FR-460 ring frequency command VR-144
IETF Repeater Hub MIB VR-94 ring group BR-465
RFC 1531 ring number command VR-145
DHCP P1R-27, P1R-32 ring-speed command IR-171
RFC 1570 RIP
PPP callback DR-805 IP
RFC 1577 administrative distance P1R-310, P1R-473
classical IP over ATM WR-7 automatic summarization P1R-202, P1R-304
RFC 1661 default metric values, setting P1R-204, P1R-384
PPP DR-575 default network P1R-479

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

RIP (continued) ROM monitor mode


delay between packets in update P1R-214 summary FR-xxi
enabling P1R-215 ROM, booting automatically FR-306
metric offset P1R-213 root bridge, configuring BR-49
offsets, applying P1R-213 rotary command DR-36
redistribution P1R-475, P1R-477 rotary groups
version, global P1R-219 and DDR dialer hold queues DR-688
version, interface basis, receiving P1R-207 DDR group leader IR-113
version, interface basis, sending P1R-208 in-use message FR-145
IP authentication services and port numbers (table) DR-36
accept lifetime P1R-470, P1R-487, rotary line configuration DR-36
P1R-489, P1R-491 route aggregation access lists
clear text P1R-206 See access lists
displaying key information P1R-563 route map
enabling P1R-205 BGP, applying to incoming and outgoing
key P1R-487 routes P1R-414
key chain P1R-489 route redistribution
key string P1R-491 See redistribution
MD5 P1R-206 route reflector P1R-370, P1R-371, P1R-415
send lifetime P1R-520 route summarization
IPX automatic P1R-202, P1R-304, P1R-368
delay field P2R-268 IS-IS addresses P1R-299, P1R-362
enabling P2R-360 OSPF addresses P1R-247
updates P2R-330 route-aggregation command P2R-416
XNS route-map command P1R-517, P3R-273
enabling P3R-390 router
update timers P3R-393 host name FR-625
updates, advertising P3R-385 router bgp command P1R-427
updates, receiving P3R-378 router eigrp command P1R-323
rlogin router igrp command P1R-234
connections to server DR-419, DR-421, DR-422 router isis command P1R-353, P3R-274
description DR-419 router iso-igrp command P3R-275
login string DR-415 router odr command P1R-198
rlogin username DR-421 router ospf command P1R-281
rlogin command DR-419 router rip command P1R-215
rlogin trusted-localuser-source local command DR-421 router traffic-engineering command XR-46
rlogin trusted-remoteuser-source local command DR-422 router, parallel P1R-15
rmdir command FR-189 router-additional-resistance command BR-653
RMON routes
agent status, displaying FR-411 poisoned P2R-158, P2R-159
alarms, enabling FR-389 static
enabling FR-392 Apollo Domain P3R-7
event table FR-390 IPX P2R-345
interface, enabling FR-386 VINES P3R-80
rmon alarm command FR-388 XNS P3R-386
rmon command FR-386 routing
rmon event command FR-390 and bridging, concurrent BR-15
rmon queuesize command FR-392 and bridging, integrated BR-45
RNR frames BR-388 manual configuration on asynchronous interfaces DR-9
ROA routing cache
See X.25, ROA ISO CLNS
ROA lists BR-88, BR-470 clearing P3R-187
role command displaying entries P3R-284
APPN link station BR-651 reinitializing P3R-187
APPN port BR-652

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

routing information specifying SR-395


ISO CLNS P3R-271 specifying SR-395, SR-419
routing information field (example) SR-394, SR-396
See RIF viewing SR-425, SR-426
Routing Information Protocol (example) SR-425, SR-426
See RIP RSA signatures
routing table requirements SR-397
Apollo Domain rsh command FR-355
entries, adding P3R-7 rsh server
updating P3R-9 (example) FR-356
AppleTalk access, granting FR-346
entries, displaying P2R-156 commands, executing FR-351, FR-355
timers, changing P2R-94 DNS, enabling security FR-344
update timers, setting P2R-94 RSRB
DECnet P3R-139 combining transport methods BR-461
default network in IP P1R-479 FRAS
IPX P2R-227, P2R-283 DLCI number BR-551
VINES size of the backup queue, modifying BR-236
deleting P3R-23 transport methods, combining BR-229
displaying P3R-40 rsrb remote-peer lsap-output-list command BR-215
static routes, creating P3R-80 rsrb remote-peer netbios-output-list command BR-216
XNS P3R-382 rsrb-virtual-station command BR-654
Routing Table Maintenance Protocol RSVP
See RTMP configuration statistics (table) QR-68
Routing Table Protocol enabling for IP QR-13
See VINES, RTP fair queueing QR-9
routing translate option filters information, displaying QR-67
mapping to virtual interface template command interface information, displaying QR-69
DR-515, DR-536 neighbor reservation, allowing QR-15
RPC inspection neighbors, displaying QR-70
See CBAC, RPC inspection receiver information (table) QR-72
RPF P1R-657, P1R-674 request information, displaying QR-71
RR frames BR-384, BR-388 reservation statistics (table) QR-71
RSA encrypted nonces sender information (table) QR-73
requirements SR-397 UDP-encapsulated multicasts, generating QR-20
RSA keys RSVP PATH
deleting SR-382 message reception, simulating QR-18
(example) SR-382 RSVP RESV
general purpose keys SR-380, SR-408 message reception, simulating QR-16
(example) SR-381 RTMP
generating SR-379, SR-407 routes
(example) SR-380, SR-381, SR-408 advertising P2R-79
sample times required SR-380, SR-408 routing table update timers, changing P2R-94
IP address routing updates
specifying SR-394 disabling transmission P2R-88
manually specifying SR-410 stub mode, enabling P2R-86
(example) SR-410, SR-415, SR-420 touring updates
modulus length SR-380, SR-408 strict checking P2R-93
pairs SR-379, SR-407 RTP
public key record SR-368 See VINES, RTP
remote peer RTP header compression
specifying SR-415 and TCP header compression, enabling P1R-576
special usage keys SR-379, SR-407 connections supported P1R-637
(example) SR-380 enabling P1R-638
generating SR-407 Frame Relay encapsulation, using P1R-577

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

RTP header compression (continued) S


Frame Relay statistics, displaying P1R-647
Frame Relay, enabling for maps P1R-575 safe-store-cycle command BR-655
statistics safe-store-host command BR-656
clearing P1R-573 safe-store-interval command BR-657
displaying P1R-675 samples command FR-693
Frame Relay P1R-647 samples-of-history-kept command FR-402
RTR SAP
application information, displaying FR-433 access list, named P2R-248
configuration information, displaying FR-436 broadcast, sending P2R-387
history definition P2R-205
collection FR-366 delay between packets
displaying FR-440 setting on a single interface P2R-334
filters FR-376 setting on all interfaces P2R-261
lives kept FR-381 filters
samples kept FR-402 creating P2R-213, P2R-285, P2R-336
operational state, displaying FR-442 maximum queue length, setting P2R-369
probe table, adding static entries P2R-361
configuring FR-393 triggered updates, setting delay between packets on a
frequency FR-378 single interface P2R-378
owner FR-382 update interval, setting P2R-385
scheduling FR-400 updates P2R-363
type FR-485 sap-priority command BR-217
reaction trigger sap-priority-list command BR-218
configuring FR-396, FR-398 SAs
displaying FR-444 lifetimes
request data size FR-384 configuring SR-417
resetting FR-399 parameters SR-405
response data size FR-385 viewing SR-423
statistics (example) SR-423
displaying FR-434, FR-438, FR-481 saving configuration changes FR-xxii
hops kept FR-379 scheduler allocate command FR-652
hours kept FR-380 scheduler-interval command FR-653
kept FR-374 SCI cards
paths kept FR-383 loopback on IR-135
tags FR-482 scramble command IR-172
threshold FR-483 scrambling
timeout FR-484 DS3
verify data FR-487 (example) WR-10
rtr command FR-393 screen
rtr reaction-configuration command FR-395 length
rtr reaction-trigger command FR-398 changing for session FR-98
rtr reset command FR-399 setting for line FR-73
rtr schedule command FR-400 output, pausing FR-71
running configuration file width
backing up on the server FR-271 changing for session FR-118
copying to the server (example) FR-277 setting for line FR-119
rxboot ROM script activation DR-38
streamlined setup facility FR-49 script arap-callback command DR-815
rxspeed command DR-180 script callback command DR-817
script connection DR-40
script dialer command DR-672
regular expressions DR-902
script reset command DR-42
script startup command DR-44

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

SDLC secondary SDLC stations


APPN assigning to serial link BR-394
configuring BR-659 configuring routing device as a BR-379
partner node, specifying BR-658 security
broadcast, enabling BR-348 See access lists, IP; authentication; IPSO; lock-and-key
configuring routing device access; RIP, IP authentication
as a primary SDLC station BR-377 security associations
as a secondary SDLC station BR-379 See SAs
interface information, displaying BR-422 security command
local acknowledgment for STUN, enabling APPN
BR-362, BR-369 link station BR-660
maximum incoming frame size, setting BR-402 port BR-661
multidrop configuration BR-412 selective acknowledgment
secondary descriptions (table) BR-451 TCP P1R-159
secondary stations, assigning to serial link BR-394 send command FR-140
T1 timer BR-417 send-lifetime command P1R-520
sdlc address command BR-394 serial device
sdlc address FF ack-mode command BR-395 location, setting FR-74
sdlc dlsw command BR-289, BR-396 serial interfaces
sdlc dte-timeout command BR-397 clearing IR-34
sdlc frmr-disable command BR-398 DTR signal pulsing DR-251, IR-170
sdlc holdq command BR-399 LAT compression BR-30
sdlc k command BR-400 loopback IR-135
sdlc n1 command BR-402 low-speed IR-158
sdlc n2 command BR-403 low-speed, Cisco 2520 through 2523 routers DR-35
sdlc partner command BR-404 media type IR-151
sdlc poll-limit-value command BR-405 monitoring synchronous IR-310
sdlc poll-wait-timeout command BR-409 Serial Line Internet Protocol
sdlc qllc-prtnr command BR-411 See SLIP
sdlc role command BR-412 server connections
sdlc simultaneous command BR-415 LAT DR-382–DR-383
sdlc slow-poll command BR-416 PPP DR-635–DR-636
sdlc t1 command BR-417 rlogin DR-419, DR-421–DR-460
sdlc test serial command BR-418 SLIP DR-639–DR-640
sdlc virtual multidrop command BR-348 Telnet DR-458–DR-461
sdlc vmac command BR-420 TN3270 DR-469
sdlc xid command BR-421 XRemote DR-488, DR-492, DR-496
sdlc-dest-address command BR-658 service advertisement timer DR-407
sdlc-sec-addr command BR-659 Service Advertising Protocol
SDLLC See SAP
device-initiated connections, enabling BR-442 service announcements, reenabling LAT DR-397
enabling use of BR-447 service compress-config command FR-220
local acknowledgment, enabling BR-467 service config command FR-214, FR-222
on serial interfaces, configuring BR-447 service decimal-tty command FR-654
sdllc partner command BR-442 service exec-callback command DR-818
sdllc ring-largest-frame command BR-444 service exec-wait command FR-655
sdllc sap command BR-445 service finger command FR-656
sdllc sdlc-largest-frame command BR-446 service hide-telnet-address command FR-657
sdllc traddr command BR-447 service linenumber command FR-141
sdllc xid command BR-449 service nagle command FR-658
SDP service old-slip-prompts command DR-637
system controller FR-709 service pad command DR-561, WR-303
secondary address, IP, using P1R-14 service pad from-xot command WR-305
secondary networks, IPX P2R-301 service pad to-xot command WR-306

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

service password-encryption command SR-443 set local-preference command P1R-536


security level set metric command P3R-278
(caution) SR-443 set metric command (IP Enhanced IGRP) P1R-235,
service prompt config command FR-659 P1R-324
service pt-vty-logging command DR-498 set metric command (protocol-independent) P1R-538
service slave-log command FR-528 set metric-type command P1R-540, P3R-280
service tcp-keepalives-in command FR-529 set metric-type internal command P1R-434
service tcp-keepalives-out command FR-530 set next-hop command P1R-542
service tcp-small-servers command FR-660 set origin command P1R-436, P1R-544
service telnet-zero-idle command FR-661 set peer command SR-282, SR-341
service timestamps command FR-531 set pfs command SR-343
service types set security-association level per-host command SR-345
AppleTalk (table) P2R-63 set security-association lifetime command SR-347
IPX (table) P2R-214 set session-key command SR-350
service udp-small-servers command FR-662 set tag command P1R-546, P3R-281
service-any command BR-662 set transform-set command SR-353
service-module 56k clock rate command IR-173 set weight command P1R-438
service-module 56k clock source command IR-175 setenv command DR-489, DR-491
service-module 56k data-coding command IR-176 set-overload-bit command P1R-355
service-module 56k network-type command IR-177 setup command
service-module 56k remote-loopback command IR-179 See setup command facility
service-module 56k switched-carrier command IR-180 setup command facility
service-module t1 clock source command IR-181 asynchronous interfaces
service-module t1 data-coding command IR-182 configuration (examples) FR-51–FR-52
service-module t1 fdl command IR-183 default client IP address (examples) FR-51–FR-52
service-module t1 framing command IR-184 configuration
service-module t1 lbo command IR-185 (example) FR-50–FR-54
service-module t1 linecode command IR-186 configuration command script
service-module t1 remote-alarm-enable command IR-187 (example) FR-52
service-module t1 remote-loopback command IR-188 configuration file, saving FR-49, FR-54
service-module t1 timeslots command IR-190 entering FR-48
Service-Specific Connection-Oriented Protocol entering after erasing configuration FR-49
See SSCOP global parameters
serving-nn command BR-663 configuration (example) FR-50
Session Directory Protocol interface parameters
See IP multicast routing, sdr configuration (example) FR-50–FR-54
session protocol command VR-58 interface summary, viewing FR-50
session target command VR-59 prerequisite knowledge FR-48
session-limit command DR-181 sample configuration FR-50–FR-54
sessions, limiting number per line DR-181 System Configuration Dialog FR-48
session-timeout command DR-182 (example) FR-50
set algorithm 40-bit-des command SR-278 returning to privileged EXEC prompt FR-49
set algorithm des command SR-280 terminating the configuration FR-50
set as-path command P1R-428 sgbp group command DR-768
set automatic-tag command P1R-522 sgbp member command DR-769
set card-message command FR-254 sgbp seed-bid command DR-771
set community command P1R-430 shelf
set dampening command P1R-432 attributes FR-703, FR-722, FR-723
set default interface command P1R-524 discovered FR-697
set interface command P1R-526 managed polling FR-707
set ip default next-hop command P1R-528 starting a session on FR-682
set ip next-hop command P1R-530 type selection FR-695
set ip precedence command P1R-532, QR-48 shelf-type command FR-695
set ip qos-group command QR-50 shortcut-frame-count command XR-193
set level command P1R-534, P3R-276 shortcut-frame-time command XR-194

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

show (Flash file system) command FR-286 show async-bootp command FR-357
show access-lists command P1R-168, QR-51 show atm arp-server command WR-95
show access-lists rate-limit command QR-53 show atm class-links command WR-97
show accounting command SR-73 show atm interface atm command WR-98
show adjacency command XR-33 show atm map command WR-101
show aliases command FR-663 show atm pvc command WR-103
show alps ascu command BR-915 show atm svc command WR-109
show alps circuits command BR-916 show atm traffic command WR-115
show alps peers command BR-918 show atm vc command WR-117
show apollo arp command P3R-11 show atm vp command WR-124
show apollo interface command BR-409, P3R-12 show bootflash command FR-287
show apollo route command P3R-14 show bootvar command FR-321
show apollo traffic command P3R-16 show bridge circuit group command BR-68
show appletalk access-lists command P2R-112 show bridge command BR-65
show appletalk adjacent-routes command P2R-114 show bridge group command BR-70, IR-193
show appletalk arp command P2R-116 show bridge multicast command BR-71
show appletalk aurp events command P2R-118 show bridge vlan command BR-73
show appletalk aurp topology command P2R-119 show bsc command BR-349
show appletalk cache command P2R-121 show bstun command BR-354
show appletalk domain command P2R-123 show buffers command FR-613, FR-664
show appletalk eigrp interfaces command P2R-125 show c2600 command FR-533
show appletalk eigrp neighbors command P2R-127 show c7200 command FR-536, VR-257
show appletalk eigrp topology command P2R-129 show cable burst-profile command VR-232
show appletalk globals command P2R-133 show cable modem command VR-234
show appletalk interface command P2R-136 show cable modulation-profile command VR-236
show appletalk macip-clients command P2R-140 show cable privacy command VR-238
show appletalk macip-servers command P2R-141 show cable qos command VR-240
show appletalk macip-traffic command P2R-144 show cable spectrum group command VR-241
show appletalk name-cache command P2R-146 show calendar command FR-669
show appletalk nbp command P2R-148 show call active voice command VR-63
show appletalk neighbors command P2R-127, P2R-150 show call history voice command VR-67
show appletalk remap command P2R-153 show cdp command FR-404
show appletalk route command P2R-156 show cdp entry command FR-405
show appletalk sockets command P2R-161 show cdp interface command FR-407
show appletalk static command P2R-162 show cdp neighbors command FR-408
show appletalk traffic command P2R-164 show cdp traffic command FR-410
show appletalk zone command P2R-170 show cef command XR-35
show appn class-of-service command BR-664 show cef interface command XR-37
show appn connection-network command BR-667 show cef linecard command XR-39
show appn directory command BR-669 show ces circuit command WR-126
show appn dlur-lu command BR-671 show ces interface cbr command WR-129
show appn dlur-pu command BR-673 show ces status command WR-132
show appn dlus command BR-675 show clns cache command P3R-284
show appn intermediate-session command BR-677 show clns command P3R-282
show appn link-station command BR-679 show clns es-neighbors command P3R-285
show appn mode command BR-682 show clns filter-expr command P3R-287
show appn node command BR-683 show clns filter-set command P3R-288
show appn port command BR-685 show clns interface command P3R-289
show appn rtp command BR-688 show clns is-neighbors command P3R-291
show appn session command BR-690 show clns neighbors command P3R-293
show appn topology command BR-693 show clns protocol command P3R-295
show aps command IR-191 show clns route command P3R-298
show arap command DR-658 show clns traffic command P3R-300
show arp command P1R-81, WR-93, WR-263 show clock command FR-670
show async status command DR-46 show cmns command WR-307

Command Reference Master Index 73


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

show compress command IR-194 show crypto map command SR-304, SR-361
show configuration command show crypto mypubkey command
See more command See show crypto key mypubkey command
show context command FR-539 show crypto pregen-dh-pairs command
show context command (for Cisco 2600 series See show crypto cisco pregen-dh-pairs command
routers) FR-537 show crypto pubkey command
show controllers (GRP image) command FR-541 See show crypto key pubkey-chain dss command
show controllers (line card image) command FR-543 show crypto pubkey name command
show controllers bri command DR-217 See show crypto key pubkey-chain dss name command
show controllers cable command VR-243 show crypto pubkey serial command
show controllers call-counters command DR-320, DR-322, See show crypto key pubkey-chain dss serial command
DR-326, DR-328 show dbconn connection command BR-721
show controllers cbus command IR-196 show dbconn license command BR-723
Cisco 7000 IR-198 show dbconn ports command BR-724
Cisco 7500 IR-196 show dbconn server command BR-725
show controllers e1 command DR-317 show debugging command FR-550
show controllers ethernet command IR-201 show decnet accounting command P3R-169
show controllers fastethernet command IR-203 show decnet command P3R-167
show controllers fddi command IR-206 show decnet interface command P3R-171
show controllers lex command IR-207 show decnet map command P3R-175
show controllers logging command FR-548 show decnet neighbors command P3R-176
show controllers mci command IR-209 show decnet route command P3R-177
show controllers pcbus command IR-211 show decnet static command P3R-179
show controllers pos command IR-212 show decnet traffic command P3R-181
show controllers serial command DR-324, IR-215 show dhcp command DR-608
show controllers t1 command DR-324, IR-219 show diag command FR-551, IR-236, VR-255
show controllers t3 command IR-222 show diagbus command IR-238
show controllers tech-support command FR-549 show dialer command DR-221, DR-709, DR-733
show controllers token command BR-142, IR-229 display for active connection DR-222,
show controllers vg-anylan command IR-234 DR-712, DR-736
show crypto algorithms command display for DTR dialing DR-711, DR-735
See show crypto cisco algorithms command show dialer interface async command DR-711, DR-735
show crypto ca certificates command SR-390 show dialer interface bri command DR-221,
show crypto card command SR-284 DR-709, DR-733
show crypto cisco algorithms command SR-286 show dialer map command DR-798
show crypto cisco connections command SR-287 show dial-peer voice command VR-70
show crypto cisco key-timeout command SR-289 show dialplan incall number command VR-73
show crypto cisco pregen-dh-pairs command SR-290 show dialplan number command VR-74
show crypto connections command show dlsw capabilities command BR-290
See show crypto cisco connections command show dlsw circuits command BR-292
show crypto dynamic- map command SR-359 show dlsw fastcache command BR-294
show crypto engine brief command SR-293 show dlsw peers command BR-295
show crypto engine configuration command SR-295 show dlsw reachability command BR-298
show crypto engine connections active command SR-297 show dlsw statistics command BR-301
show crypto engine connections dropped-packets show dnsix command SR-474
command SR-299 show drip command BR-203
show crypto ipsec sa command SR-355, SR-357 show dspu command BR-526
show crypto ipsec transform-set command SR-358 show dxi map command WR-133
show crypto isakmp sa command SR-423 show dxi pvc command WR-134
show crypto key mypubkey dss command SR-300 show entry command DR-424
show crypto key mypubkey rsa command SR-425 show environment command FR-553
show crypto key pubkey-chain dss command SR-301 show extended channel backup command BR-797
show crypto key pubkey-chain rsa command SR-426 show extended channel cmpc command BR-798
show crypto key-timeout command show extended channel connection-map llc2
See show crypto cisco key-timeout command command BR-800

74 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

show extended channel csna command BR-801 show hosts command FR-143, P1R-82
show extended channel icmp-stack command BR-805 show hub command IR-240
show extended channel ip-stack command BR-807 show interface cable command VR-247
show extended channel lan command BR-810 show interface cable-signal quality command VR-252
show extended channel llc2 command BR-812 show interface cbr command WR-136
show extended channel max-llc2-sessions show interface command BR-919, P3R-72
command BR-820 show interface stats command XR-111
show extended channel packing names command BR-822 show interface virtual-access command DR-500
show extended channel packing stats command BR-824 show interfaces
show extended channel statistics command BR-826 configuring interfaces IR-253
show extended channel subchannel command BR-830 custom queuing, output display IR-245
show extended channel tcp-connections command BR-835 disabled IR-247
show extended channel tcp-stack command BR-838 displaying configuration statistics IR-244
show extended channel tg command BR-841 displaying SDLC information IR-311
show extended channel tn3270-serve pu lu show interfaces accounting command IR-246
command BR-862 show interfaces atm command WR-139
show extended channel tn3270-server client-ip-address show interfaces bri command DR-224
command BR-849 show interfaces cable sid command VR-253
show extended channel tn3270-server command BR-846 show interfaces channel command BR-868
show extended channel tn3270-server dlur show interfaces command BR-422, BR-450, DR-198,
command BR-853 DR-860, IR-243, QR-55
show extended channel tn3270-server dlurlink channelized E1 DR-290
command BR-855 channelized T1 DR-290
show extended channel tn3270-server nailed-ip clearing counters IR-30
command BR-857 configuring interfaces WR-74
show extended channel tn3270-server pu command BR-859 DDR interface DR-712, DR-736
show extended channel udp-listeners command BR-865 show interfaces crb command BR-74
show extended channel udp-stack command BR-866 show interfaces ethernet accounting command IR-248
show file command show interfaces ethernet command IR-248
See more command show interfaces fair-queue command QR-57
show file descriptors command FR-191 show interfaces fastethernet command IR-253
show file information command FR-192 show interfaces fddi accounting command IR-262
show file systems command FR-193 show interfaces fddi command IR-262
show flash command FR-287 show interfaces hssi command IR-270
show flash summary command FR-293 show interfaces ip-brief command IR-275
show flh-log command FR-256 show interfaces irb command BR-77
See more flh logfile command show interfaces lex command IR-276
show frame-relay ip rtp header-compression command show interfaces loopback command IR-281
P1R-647 show interfaces port-channel command IR-285
show frame-relay ip tcp header-compression command show interfaces pos command IR-289
WR-238 show interfaces random-detect command QR-59
show frame-relay lapf command WR-240 show interfaces rate-limit command QR-61
show frame-relay lmi command WR-242 show interfaces serial accounting command IR-293
show frame-relay map command WR-244 show interfaces serial command IR-293, WR-257, WR-309
show frame-relay pvc command WR-246 show interfaces tokenring command BR-147, IR-315
show frame-relay qos-autosense command WR-250 show interfaces tunnel command IR-321
show frame-relay route command WR-252 show interfaces vg-anylan command IR-325
show frame-relay svc maplist command WR-253 show ip access-list command P1R-170
show frame-relay traffic command WR-256 show ip accounting command P1R-171, SR-148
show fras command BR-564 show ip aliases command P1R-84
show fras map command BR-568 show ip arp command P1R-85
show fras-host command BR-566 show ip bgp cidr-only command P1R-443
show gsr command FR-566 show ip bgp command P1R-440
show gt64010 command FR-567 show ip bgp community command P1R-445
show history command FR-38 show ip bgp community-list command P1R-447

Command Reference Master Index 75


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

show ip bgp dampened-paths command P1R-449 show ip route summary command P1R-561
show ip bgp filter-list command P1R-450 show ip route supernets-only command P1R-562
show ip bgp flap-statistics command P1R-452 show ip rpf command P1R-674
show ip bgp inconsistent-as command P1R-454 show ip rsvp installed command QR-67
show ip bgp neighbors command P1R-455 show ip rsvp interface command QR-69
show ip bgp paths command P1R-460 show ip rsvp neighbor command QR-70
show ip bgp peer-group command P1R-461 show ip rsvp request command QR-71
show ip bgp regexp command P1R-462 show ip rsvp reservation command QR-72
show ip bgp summary command P1R-463 show ip rsvp sender command QR-73
show ip cache command XR-15 show ip rtp header-compression command P1R-675
show ip cache flow command XR-17 show ip sdr command P1R-677
show ip cef command QR-63, XR-41 show ip tcp header-compression command P1R-175
show ip drp command P1R-174 show ip traffic command P1R-177
show ip dvmrp route command P1R-649 show ip traffic-engineering command XR-47
show ip eigrp interfaces command P1R-326 show ip traffic-engineering configuration command XR-50
show ip eigrp neighbors command P1R-328 show ip traffic-engineering routes command XR-52
show ip eigrp topology command P1R-330 show ip trigger-authentication command SR-46
show ip eigrp traffic command P1R-332 show ip wccp command FR-161
show ip igmp groups command P1R-650 show ip wccp web-caches command FR-163
show ip igmp interface command P1R-652 show ipx access-list command P2R-418
show ip inspect command SR-204 show ipx accounting command P2R-419
show ip interface command FR-159, IR-329, show ipx cache command P2R-421
P1R-87, QR-64 show ipx eigrp interfaces command P2R-422
show ip irdp command P1R-90 show ipx eigrp neighbors command P2R-424
show ip local policy command P1R-549 show ipx eigrp topology command P2R-426
show ip local-pool command DR-610 show ipx interface command P2R-430
show ip masks command P1R-91 show ipx nasi connections command DR-755
show ip mcache command P1R-654, XR-112 show ipx nhrp command P2R-435
show ip mds forwarding command XR-114 show ipx nhrp traffic command P2R-437
show ip mds interface command XR-116 show ipx nlsp database command P2R-438
show ip mds stats command XR-117 show ipx nlsp neighbors command P2R-441
show ip mds summary command XR-119 show ipx nlsp spf-log command P2R-443
show ip mpacket command P1R-655 show ipx route command P2R-445
show ip mroute command P1R-657 show ipx servers command P2R-449
show ip nat statistics command P1R-92 show ipx spx-protocol command DR-757
show ip nat translations command P1R-94 show ipx spx-spoof command P2R-452
show ip nhrp command P1R-96 show ipx traffic command P2R-454
show ip nhrp traffic command P1R-98 show isdn active command
show ip ospf border-routers command P1R-284 field descriptions (table) DR-229, DR-332, DR-354
show ip ospf command P1R-282 output display DR-228, DR-331, DR-353
show ip ospf database command P1R-285 show isdn command DR-228, DR-331, DR-353
show ip ospf interface command P1R-294 show isdn history command
show ip ospf neighbor command P1R-296 field descriptions (table) DR-229, DR-332, DR-354
show ip ospf virtual-links command P1R-298 output display DR-229, DR-332, DR-354
show ip pim bsr command P1R-663 show isdn nfas group command DR-355
show ip pim interface command P1R-665 field descriptions (table) DR-356
show ip pim interface count command XR-121 show isdn service command DR-358
show ip pim neighbor command P1R-667 field descriptions (table) DR-333, DR-358
show ip pim rp command P1R-669 output display DR-333
show ip pim rp-hash command P1R-671 show isdn status command DR-349
show ip pim vc command P1R-672 field descriptions (table) DR-335
show ip policy command P1R-551 output display DR-333
show ip protocols command P1R-553 show isis database command P1R-356, P3R-302
show ip redirects command P1R-99 show isis routes command P3R-305
show ip route command P1R-557 show isis spf-log command P1R-360, P3R-306

76 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

show kerberos creds command SR-135 show ncia client command BR-738
show key chain command P1R-563 show ncia server command BR-740
show keymap command DR-425 show netbios-cache command BR-160
show lane bus command XR-163 show network-clocks command VR-77, WR-144
show lane client command XR-165 show node command DR-437
show lane command XR-159 show ntp associations command FR-671
show lane config command XR-168 show ntp status command FR-674
show lane database command XR-170 show num-exp command VR-79
show lane default-atm-addresses command XR-172 show pas eswitch address command IR-332
show lane le-arp command XR-174 show pci command FR-575
show lane server command XR-176 show pci hardware command FR-577
show lat advertised command DR-426 show ppp bap command DR-800
show lat groups command DR-427 show ppp multilink command DR-612, DR-771, DR-802
show lat nodes command DR-428 show ppp queues command SR-47
show lat services command DR-430 show privilege command SR-444
show lat sessions command DR-431 show processes command FR-579
show lat traffic command DR-435 show processes memory command FR-582
show line command DR-48 show protocols command FR-584
show llc2 command BR-425, WR-312 show qllc command BR-453
show lnm bridge command BR-151 show queue command QR-74
show lnm config command BR-152 show queueing command QR-76
show lnm interface command BR-154 show reload command FR-323
show lnm ring command BR-157 show rif command BR-161, IR-333
show lnm station command BR-158 show rmon alarms command FR-413
show local-ack command BR-219, BR-455 show rmon capture command FR-415
show logging command FR-507, FR-511, FR-522, FR-568 show rmon command FR-411
show memory command FR-571 show rmon events command FR-417
show microcode command FR-257 show rmon filter command FR-419
show mls rp command XR-101 show rmon history command FR-421
show mls rp vtp-domain command XR-103 show rmon hosts command FR-424
show modem at-mode command DR-126 show rmon matrix command FR-426
show modem call-stats command DR-127 show rmon statistics command FR-428
show modem command DR-118 show rmon topn command FR-431
show modem configuration command DR-132 show route-map command P1R-564, P3R-308
show modem connect-speeds command DR-136 show rtr application command FR-433
show modem cookie command DR-140 show rtr collection-statistics command FR-434
show modem csm command DR-141 show rtr configuration command FR-436
show modem log command DR-143 show rtr distribution-statistics command FR-438
show modem mapping command DR-150 show rtr history command FR-440
show modem operational-status command DR-157 show rtr operational-state command FR-442
show modem summary command DR-160 show rtr reaction-trigger command FR-444
show modem test command DR-161 show rtr totals-statistics command FR-445
show modem version command DR-162 show running-config command
show modemcap command DR-51, DR-113 See more command
show modem-pool command DR-167 show service command DR-440
show mpoa client cache command XR-197 show sgbp command DR-773
show mpoa client command XR-195 show sgbp queries command DR-772, DR-774
show mpoa client statistics command XR-199 show smds addresses command WR-264
show mpoa default-atm-addresses command XR-200 show smds map command WR-265
show mpoa server cache command XR-204 show smds traffic command WR-266
show mpoa server name command XR-202 show smrp forward command P2R-172
show mpoa server statistics command XR-206 show smrp globals command P2R-174
show nbf cache command DR-54 show smrp group command P2R-176
show nbf sessions command DR-55 show smrp mcache command P2R-178
show ncia circuits command BR-737 show smrp neighbor command P2R-180

Command Reference Master Index 77


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

show smrp port command P2R-182 show terminal command DR-183


show smrp route command P2R-184 show traffic-shape command QR-79
show smrp traffic command P2R-186 show traffic-shape statistics command QR-81
show sna command BR-528 show translate command DR-504
show snapshot command DR-828 show ttycap command DR-452
show snmp command FR-447 show users command DR-57, DR-506
show snmp pending command FR-450 show version command FR-324
show snmp sessions command FR-451 show vines access command P3R-26
show sntp command FR-676 show vines cache command P3R-27
show source-bridge command BR-162 show vines host command P3R-30
show span command BR-79, BR-165, BR-170, BR-192 show vines interface command P3R-31
show sscop command WR-145 show vines ipc command P3R-34
show sse summary command BR-80, BR-166, show vines neighbor command P3R-36
P1R-179, P2R-458 show vines route command P3R-40
show stacks command FR-585 show vines service command P3R-43
show standby command P1R-179 show vines traffic command P3R-46
show startup-config command show vlans command BR-84
See more command show voice call command VR-80
show stun command BR-356 show voice dsp command VR-82
show subsys command FR-586 show voice port command VR-84
show syscon discover command FR-697 show vpdn command DR-838
show syscon mibpoll command FR-700 show vpdn history failure command DR-840
show syscon monitor command FR-703 show whoami command FR-83
show syscon perfdata command FR-705 show x25 interface command WR-315
show syscon sdp command FR-707, FR-709 show x25 map command WR-316
show syslog-server command FR-711 show x25 pad command DR-563
show tag-switching atm-tdp bindings command XR-53 show x25 remote-red command WR-318
show tag-switching atm-tdp cabability command XR-55 show x25 route command WR-319
show tag-switching forwarding-table command XR-59 show x25 services command WR-320
show tag-switching interfaces command XR-62 show x25 vc command WR-321
show tag-switching tdp bindings command XR-64 show x25 xot command WR-328
show tag-switching tdp discovery command XR-67 show xns cache command P3R-365
show tag-switching tdp neighbors XR-68 show xns interface command P3R-366
show tag-switching tdp parameters command XR-70 show xns route command P3R-368
show tag-switching tsp-tunnels command XR-72 show xns traffic command P3R-370
show tarp blacklisted-adjacencies command P3R-312 show xremote command DR-453
show tarp command P3R-310 show xremote line command DR-456
show tarp host command P3R-313 shows sessions command DR-442
show tarp interface command P3R-314 shutdown
show tarp ldb command P3R-315 enabling for SNMP FR-473
show tarp map command P3R-316 shutdown (controller) command IR-338
show tarp static-adjacencies command P3R-317 shutdown (dial peer) command VR-90
show tarp tid-cache command P3R-318 shutdown (hub) command IR-339
show tarp traffic command P3R-320 shutdown (interface) command IR-340
show tcp brief command DR-449, FR-593 shutdown (voice port) command VR-147
show tcp command DR-443, FR-588 shutdown command BR-872, VR-91
show tcp intercept connections command SR-174 signal command VR-148
show tcp intercept statistics command SR-176 signals
show tcp statistics command P1R-181 Break DR-896
show tdm connections command FR-594 pulsing DTR DR-251, IR-170
show tdm connections motherboard command SIG-TS-001/1991 standard WR-269
channel output, interpreting FR-594 Silicon Switch Processor
show tdm data command FR-595 See SSP
show tech-support command FR-596 Simple Multicast Routing Protocol
show tech-support rsvp command QR-78 See SMRP

78 Command Reference Master Index


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

Simple Network Management Protocol subinterfaces for multiple IP subnetworks WR-262


See SNMP VINES on WR-274
single DDR telephone number smds address command WR-268
specifying DR-679, DR-705, DR-729 smds dxi command WR-269
single-character patterns smds enable-arp command WR-271
anchoring DR-905 smds glean command WR-272
creating DR-902 smds multicast arp command WR-275
description DR-902 smds multicast bridge command WR-276
using multipliers DR-904 smds multicast command WR-273
Skeme key exchange protocol smds multicast ip command WR-278
See IKE smds static-map command WR-280
slave auto-sync config command FR-329 smds-dest-address command BR-696
slave default-slot command FR-330 SMRP P2R-194
slave image command FR-331 fast switching, enabling P2R-192
slave reload command FR-332 forwarding table P2R-172
slave sync config command FR-333 fields (table) P2R-173
slave terminal command FR-334 global information P2R-174
SLIP group address P2R-176
connections to server DR-639–DR-640 group table
session displaying P2R-176
automatic startup DR-620 field descriptions (table) P2R-177
slip command DR-639 multicast services over AppleTalk, enabling P2R-194
SMDS neighbor P2R-180
address resolution (ARP) WR-273 neighbor table
address specification WR-268 displaying P2R-181
addresses field descriptions (table) P2R-181
bridging's effect on WR-268 port table P2R-182
broadcast WR-273, WR-275 displaying P2R-182
MAC address map to WR-93, WR-263 field descriptions (table) P2R-183
multicast WR-273, WR-275 routing table
AppleTalk on WR-273 displaying P2R-184
ARP WR-271 field descriptions (table) P2R-185
assigned address display WR-264, WR-265 traffic table
ATM WR-39 displaying P2R-186
bridging WR-276 field descriptions (table) P2R-187
broadcast ARP messages WR-275 smrp mroute-cache protocol appletalk command P2R-192
DECnet on WR-273 smrp protocol appletalk command P2R-194
disabling split horizon P1R-209, P1R-225 smrp routing command P2R-196
DXI 3.2 with heartbeat WR-269 smt-queue-threshold command IR-341
dynamic routing WR-272 SNA
enabling via encapsulation WR-261 monitoring BR-528
fast switched IPX P2R-348 Service Point
general statistics WR-266 activating BR-543
IP address and subnet mask on WR-275 Ethernet interface, defining BR-538
IP on WR-274 Ethernet interface, enabling BR-531
IPX on WR-274 Frame Relay interface, defining BR-532
ISO CLNS on WR-273 Frame Relay interface, enabling BR-531
maximum packet size WR-261 monitoring BR-528
multiple logical IP subnetworks WR-262, WR-276, QLLC
WR-278 data link, defining BR-534
protocols supported WR-273 data link, enabling BR-529
static routing table RSRB
configuring WR-280 activating BR-542
displaying WR-265 connection BR-538
protocols supported WR-280 service access point, enabling BR-541

Command Reference Master Index 79


BR Bridging and IBM Networking P1R Network Protocols, Part 1 SR Security
DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

SNA (continued) packet filtering FR-470


SDLC data link system contact, setting FR-457
enabling BR-530 system location, setting FR-467
defining BR-536 system shutdown, enabling FR-473
Token Ring interface trap address violation IR-342
defining BR-538 trap message
Token Ring interface, enabling BR-531 source, setting FR-476
virtual data link control connection timeout FR-477
activating BR-547 trap operation
service access point, enabling for upstream enabling VR-93
host BR-546 snmp enable peer-trap poor-qov command VR-92
virtual data link control connection, configuration SNMP server
(example) BR-544 informs
virtual data link control connection, virtual ring, enbling FR-459
defining BR-544 system location, setting FR-462
traffic prioritization, configuring BR-222 trap operation
sna enable-host command enabling FR-459
Ethernet BR-531 recipient FR-462
Frame Relay BR-531 snmp trap illegal-address command IR-342
QLLC BR-529 snmp trap link-status command FR-480, VR-150
SDLC BR-530 snmp-server access-policy command FR-453
Token Ring BR-531 snmp-server chassis-id command FR-454
sna host command snmp-server community command FR-455
Ethernet BR-538 snmp-server contact command FR-457
FDDI BR-538 snmp-server context command FR-458
Frame Relay BR-532 snmp-server enable command FR-459
QLLC BR-534 snmp-server enable traps command FR-511, VR-93
RSRB BR-538 snmp-server host command FR-462
SDLC BR-536 snmp-server informs command FR-465
Token Ring BR-538 snmp-server location command FR-467
virtual data link control BR-538 snmp-server manager command FR-468
sna rsrb command BR-540 snmp-server manager session-timeout command FR-469
sna rsrb enable-host command BR-541 snmp-server packet-size command FR-470
sna rsrb start command BR-542 snmp-server party command FR-471
sna start command BR-543 snmp-server queue-length command FR-472
sna vdlc command BR-544 snmp-server system-shutdown command FR-473
sna vdlc enable-host command BR-546 snmp-server tftp-server-list command FR-474
sna vdlc start command BR-547 snmp-server trap-authentication command
SNAP packet encapsulation See snmp-server enable traps command
assigning access list to filter snmp-server trap-source command FR-476
on input BR-178 snmp-server trap-timeout command FR-477
on output BR-184 snmp-server view command FR-478
filtering SNPA
frames on output BR-184 cluster alias P3R-199
on input BR-29 NSAP
filtering on output BR-37 mapping P3R-206, P3R-214
snapshot client command DR-830 sntp broadcast client command FR-677
snapshot routing DR-825–DR-832 sntp server command FR-679
dialer map, defining for DDR DR-827 socket numbers (table) P2R-208
quiet period, ending DR-826 soft reconfiguration P1R-418
when to use DR-825 software compression IR-51, WR-209, WR-218
snapshot server command DR-832 configuring DR-240
SNMP displaying IR-194
configuration parameters, displaying FR-568 PPP, configuring DR-576
message queue length FR-472 software configuration boot register FR-311, FR-313

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

software flow control spanning explorer packets, definition BR-195


changing for session FR-95 spanning explorers, enabling BR-194, BR-195
changing start character FR-107 spanning tree
configuring for a line DR-15 domain
SONET PLIM assigning BR-16
ATM multiple bridge loops with BR-16
(example) WR-40 protocol
configuring WR-40 defining type to use BR-50
source-address command IR-344 disabling BR-40
source-bridge command BR-167, BR-569 topology, displaying BR-79
source-bridge connection-timeout command BR-169, special characters
BR-221 activation character FR-58
source-bridge cos-enable command BR-222 changing for session FR-90
source-bridge enable-80d5 command BR-170 character width
source-bridge explorer-dup-ARE-filter command BR-172 changing for session FR-105
source-bridge explorer-fastswitch command BR-173 configuring for line FR-84
source-bridge explorer-maxrate command BR-174 defining default FR-63
source-bridge explorerq-depth command BR-175 disconnect character FR-64
source-bridge fst-peername command BR-223, BR-457 dispatch character
source-bridge input-address-list command BR-176 setting for line FR-65
source-bridge input-lsap-list command BR-177 escape character
source-bridge input-type-list command BR-178 changing for session FR-93
source-bridge keepalive command BR-224 setting for line FR-68
source-bridge largest-frame command BR-225 hold character
source-bridge max-hops command BR-179 changing for session FR-96
source-bridge max-in-hops command BR-180 configuring for line FR-71
source-bridge max-out-hops command BR-181 special-character-bits command FR-84
source-bridge output-address-list command BR-182 speed
source-bridge output-lsap-list command BR-183 See line speed
source-bridge output-type-list command BR-184 speed command DR-187, IR-345
source-bridge passthrough command BR-226 spf-interval command P2R-459
source-bridge proxy-explorer command BR-185 split horizon
source-bridge proxy-netbios-only command BR-186 AppleTalk Enhanced IGRP P2R-50
source-bridge qllc-local-ack command BR-458 IP Enhanced IGRP P1R-317
source-bridge remote-peer frame-relay command (direct IPX Enhanced IGRP P2R-371
encapsulation) BR-228 ISO IGRP P3R-231
source-bridge remote-peer fst command BR-230, BR-459 VINES P3R-89
source-bridge remote-peer ftcp command BR-232 spoofing
source-bridge remote-peer interface command BR-461 DDR DR-712, DR-736
source-bridge remote-peer tcp command BR-234, BR-463 IPX P2R-388
source-bridge ring-group command BR-187 SPX
source-bridge route-cache cbus command BR-190 enabling P2R-373
source-bridge route-cache command BR-189 setting the idle time P2R-372
source-bridge route-cache sse command BR-191 watchdog packets P2R-372, P2R-373, P2R-388
source-bridge sap-80d5 command BR-192 SPX
source-bridge sdllc-local-ack command BR-467 enable, connections spoofing P2R-452
source-bridge spanning command spoofing
automatic BR-194 enabling P2R-373
manual BR-195 setting the idle time P2R-372
source-bridge tcp-queue-max command BR-236 squeeze command FR-197
source-bridge transparent command BR-196 squelch command IR-347
source-bridge transparent fastswitch command BR-198 SR/TLB
source-bridge trcrf-vlan command BR-204 enabling BR-196
source-route translational bridging fast-switching mode, disabling BR-198
See SR/TLB

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

SRB start character


configuration, displaying BR-162 changing flow control FR-107
connection timeout interval, setting BR-169, BR-221 changing for session FR-107
explorer packets, configuring BR-195 configuring for a line DR-59, DR-188
hops, limiting the number of BR-179, BR-180, BR-181 default DR-15
information about, displaying BR-147 start-character command DR-59, DR-188
SSCOP start-chat command DR-60
ATM WR-145 startup configuration file FR-278
connection control timer (example) WR-147 state-machine command FR-85
receiver window static maps
(example) WR-151 ATM
retry count (example) WR-149 displaying WR-101
transmitter window (example) WR-152 static routes
sscop cc-timer command WR-147 Apollo Domain P3R-7
sscop keepalive-timer command WR-148 AppleTalk P2R-89, P2R-91
sscop max-cc command WR-149 CLNS
sscop poll-timer command WR-150 interface P3R-220
sscop receive-window command WR-151 redistributing P3R-271
sscop send-window command WR-152 TARP mapping P3R-329, P3R-339
SSE fast switching configuring P1R-485
reinitializing BR-56 IP
SRB BR-191 establishing P1R-485
statistics, displaying BR-80, BR-166 redistributing P1R-513
transparent bridging BR-42 IPX P2R-345
SSP SMDS
reinitializing BR-56, BR-98 configuring WR-280
statistics, displaying BR-80, BR-166 displaying WR-265
stack group VINES P3R-80
bid value on system, displaying DR-774 XNS P3R-386
bidding static TEI DR-863
default across stack members DR-771 statistics for RTR
offload server DR-771 displaying FR-434, FR-438, FR-481
overriding offload or default DR-772 distributions kept FR-374
configuration (example) DR-769 hops kept FR-379
create and name DR-768 hours kept FR-380
master bundle interface, host DR-771 paths kept FR-383
member statistics-distribution-interval command FR-481
assigning DR-768 stop bits
host name DR-769 changing for session FR-108
IP address DR-769 configuring for line FR-87
receiver, first call, master bundle interface host DR-771 stop character
Stacker compression IR-51 changing flow control FR-109
standard access list, IP P1R-121 changing for session FR-109
named P1R-141 configuring for a line DR-62
standard access list, IPX default DR-15
named P2R-248 stopbits command FR-87
standard OUI form, specifying BR-60, BR-99 stop-character command DR-62
standby authentication command P1R-74 streamlined setup facility FR-49
standby ip command P1R-184 (example) FR-55
standby mac-refresh command P1R-186 booting from network server
standby preempt command P1R-187 interface IP parameters, configuring FR-55
standby priority command P1R-187 configuration register FR-49
standby timers command P1R-189 configuration, corrupted startup FR-49
standby track command P1R-190 rxboot ROM FR-49
standby use-bia command P1R-192

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

string disabling
setting system location FR-462 (example) WR-37
SNMP community access, setting FR-455 description WR-37
system contact, setting FR-457 svc command WR-153
system location, setting FR-467 switched PVCs
stub area See PVC, X.25
See OSPF switching
stub IP multicast routing P1R-594 autonomous XR-11
STUN fast XR-11
connection status flow XR-11
displaying BR-354, BR-356 flow switching XR-9, XR-11
frames Frame Relay, specifying static route for WR-225
forwarding BR-367, BR-368 IP
interface controlling the route cache XR-11
configuring BR-330 NetFlow XR-2, XR-14
placing in a group BR-358 enabling XR-13
IP addresses, enabling BR-361 specifying static route for WR-225
non-SDLC protocol, defining BR-373 VIP distributed XR-11
peer connection BR-360 switching feature (example) DR-907
stun group command BR-358 synchronization command P1R-465
stun keepalive-count command BR-360 synchronization, definition P1R-465
stun peer-name command BR-361 Synchronous Data Link Control
stun protocol-group command BR-362, BR-364 See SDLC
stun remote-peer-keepalive command BR-366 syscon address command FR-713
stun route address interface dlci command BR-367 syscon community command FR-714
stun route address interface serial command BR-368 syscon monitor command FR-715
stun route address tcp command BR-369 syscon monitor traps command FR-717
stun route all interface serial command BR-371 syscon password command FR-719
stun route all tcp command BR-372, BR-375 syscon poll-group command FR-720
stun schema offset length format command BR-373 syscon shelf-id command FR-722
stun sdlc-role primary command BR-375 syscon source-interface command FR-723
stun sdlc-role secondary command BR-376 Syslog Disk Logging
subinterface configuration mode syslog server subfiles FR-687, FR-711
summary FR-xxi syslog history table FR-568
subinterfaces systat command
BRI multipoint, point-to-point DR-860 See show users command
configuring IR-109, IR-110, IR-111 system buffer
IPX P2R-302 See buffers
ISDN BRI DR-198, DR-860 system contact string
multipoint, point-to-point DR-198 setting FR-457
NLSP P2R-302 system controller
configuring (example) P2R-303 configuring FR-713
subnet masks, using ICMP P1R-14 data collection FR-689, FR-691, FR-695
Subnetwork Access Protocol shelf configuration FR-719
See SNAP shelf session FR-682
subnetwork point of attachment SNMP community string FR-714
See SNPA system error messages
summary address redirecting FR-517
IP Enhanced IGRP P1R-318 system ID messages, controlling MOP DR-424
summary-address command P1R-299, P1R-362 system image file
supervisory disconnect command VR-151 copying from server to Flash (example) FR-274
SVC system images
clearing XOT WR-288 checksum, verifying FR-203
compressed FR-308
copying from a server using rcp FR-308

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

system images (continued) tacacs-server directed-request command SR-107


copying using Xmodem FR-260 tacacs-server extended command SR-108
copying using Ymodem FR-260 tacacs-server host command SR-109
default filename FR-307 tacacs-server key command SR-111
invalidated FR-290 tacacs-server last-resort command SR-112
system location string tacacs-server login-timeout command SR-113
setting FR-467 tacacs-server notify command SR-114
system shutdown tacacs-server optional-passwords command SR-115
enabling for SNMP FR-473 tacacs-server retransmit command SR-116
system software tacacs-server timeout command SR-117
booting FR-306, FR-307 tag command FR-482
displaying version of FR-324 tag-switching advertise-tags command XR-74
Systems Network Architecture tag-switching atm allocation-mode command XR-76
See SNA tag-switching atm control-vc command XR-77
tag-switching atm vc-merge command XR-79
tag-switching atm vpi command XR-80
T tag-switching ip (configuration) command XR-81
tag-switching ip (interface) command XR-82
tag-switching tag-range downstream command XR-84
t1 bert command IR-348
tag-switching tdp discovery command XR-85
t1 clock source command IR-350
tag-switching tdp holdtime command XR-86
T1 controller
tag-switching tsp-tunnels command XR-87, XR-88
adding descriptive name IR-63
target identifier
t1 external command IR-351
See TID
t1 fdl ansi command IR-353
Target Identifier Address Resolution Protocol
t1 framing command IR-354
See TARP
t1 linecode command IR-355
TARP
t1 test command IR-357
blacklist adjacency
T1 timer, SDLC BR-417
listing P3R-312
t1 timeslot command IR-359
setting P3R-323
t1 yellow command IR-361
cache
T3
enabling P3R-321
bert test IR-348
setting timer P3R-324
cable length IR-20
counters, clearing P3R-192
clock source IR-41
enabling P3R-340
configuration IR-54
global parameters, displaying P3R-310
display controllers IR-222
host, displaying P3R-313
display interface IR-307
interface
external port IR-351
displaying P3R-314
FDL performance report IR-353, IR-361
enabling on P3R-325
framing IR-92
enabling propagation P3R-333
line coding IR-355
loop detection buffer
performance report IR-353, IR-361
clearing table P3R-193
T1 clock source IR-350
displaying table P3R-315
T1 framing IR-354
setting timer P3R-327
T1 test IR-357
NSAP-to-TID
T1 timeslots IR-359
querying map P3R-336
Tab key
N-selector type, setting P3R-330
command completion FR-xvii
packet lifetime, setting P3R-328
table-map command P1R-466
PDUs
TACACS
global propagation P3R-326
command comparison
originating P3R-331
(table) SR-97–SR-98
protocol, specifying P3R-335
username authentication for extended mode DR-615
sequence number, setting P3R-341
tacacs-server attempts command SR-104
tacacs-server authenticate command SR-105

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

TARP (continued) keepalive protocol, activating FR-530


static adjacency maximum read size P1R-154
displaying P3R-317 outgoing queue size P1R-158
setting P3R-339 packet dispatch state machine FR-66
static map port numbers (table) QR-26
displaying P3R-316 protocol translation DR-509, DR-510, DR-517,
setting P3R-329 DR-519, DR-523, DR-528
TID selective acknowledgment P1R-159
assigning P3R-344 timestamp P1R-161
cache, displaying P3R-318 window size P1R-162
clearing table P3R-194 TCP idle timeout
timeouts specifying SR-196
type 1, setting P3R-342 TCP Intercept
type 2, setting P3R-332, P3R-343 enabling SR-163
type 5, setting P3R-322 modes
traffic, displaying P3R-320 intercept mode SR-168
URC bit, setting P3R-345 watch mode SR-168
tarp allow-caching command P3R-321 timeouts SR-162
tarp arp-request-timer command P3R-322 TCP/IP
tarp blacklist-adjacency command P3R-323 rlogin connections DR-419, DR-421, DR-422
tarp cache-timer command P3R-324 Telnet connections DR-458
tarp enable command P3R-325, P3R-333 TCP/IP header compression
tarp global-propagate command P3R-326 on interface WR-193
tarp ldb-timer command P3R-327 inheritance, effect on all IP maps WR-193
tarp lifetime command P3R-328 on IP map WR-214
tarp map command P3R-329 inheriting compression from interface WR-214
tarp nselector-type command P3R-330 overriding compression from interface WR-214
tarp originate command P3R-331 on X.25 WR-357
tarp post-t2-response-timer command P3R-332 TCP/IP, description P1R-3
tarp propagate command P3R-333 tcp-port command BR-873
tarp protocol-type command P3R-335 tdm-group command VR-96
tarp query command P3R-336 technical publications and standards FR-735
tarp resolve command P3R-337 technical support information
tarp route-static command P3R-339 displaying FR-596
tarp run command P3R-340 telephone delta, in PPP BACP negotiations DR-791
tarp sequence-number command P3R-341 Telnet
tarp t1-response-timer command P3R-342 addresses, suppressing FR-657
tarp t2-response-timer command P3R-343 changing end-of-line characters FR-114
tarp tid command P3R-344 connections DR-458–DR-461
tarp urc command P3R-345 configuring a line DR-464
TCP description DR-459
common services (table) QR-26 generating Break signal DR-462
connection login string DR-415
enabling MD5 authentication for BGP P1R-407 notification of pending output DR-416, FR-77
enabling Path MTU Discovery P1R-157 protocol translation DR-509, DR-510, DR-517,
setting connection-attempt time P1R-160 DR-519, DR-523, DR-528
connections Remote Echo option DR-463, FR-111
clearing FR-130 special commands (table) DR-460
description of P1R-3 Suppress Go Ahead option DR-463, FR-111
encapsulation telnet break-on-ip command DR-462
configuring SRB for BR-234, BR-463 telnet command DR-458, SR-136
enabling use on STUN interface BR-372 telnet refuse-negotiations command DR-463
specifying for STUN BR-369 telnet speed command DR-464
header compression, disabling conflicting features telnet sync-on-break command DR-465
P1R-159, P1R-161 telnet transparent command DR-466

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

term ip netmask-format command P1R-100 terminal download command FR-92


terminal DR-187 terminal editing command FR-39
absolute timeout interval, setting DR-172 terminal escape-character command FR-93
activation character terminal exec-character-bits command FR-94
setting FR-58 terminal flowcontrol command FR-95
baud rate terminal full-help command FR-42
receive, configuring for a line DR-180 terminal history command FR-44
transmit, configuring for a line DR-195 terminal hold-character command FR-96
changing terminal international command FR-46, FR-165
escape character FR-93 terminal keymap-type command FR-97
line speed FR-106 terminal lat out-group command DR-467
screen length FR-98 terminal length command FR-98
stop character FR-109 terminal monitor command FR-99
character terminal notify command FR-100
data bits FR-89 terminal padding command FR-101
padding FR-101 terminal parity command FR-102
character padding terminal port queue
configuring for line FR-78 retry interval FR-103
displaying terminal rxspeed command FR-104, FR-116
debug messages FR-99 terminal services DR-171
end-of-line character FR-114 terminal sessions
escape character, defining for a line FR-68 closing FR-10
file download mode FR-92 terminal special-character-bits command FR-105
flow control FR-95 terminal speed command FR-106
line speed FR-106, FR-116 terminal start-character command FR-107
location, recording FR-74 terminal stopbits command FR-108
locking FR-75 terminal stop-character command FR-109
locking access to DR-410 terminal telnet break-on-ip command FR-110
message length FR-140 terminal telnet refuse-negotiations command FR-111
output notification FR-100 terminal telnet speed command FR-112
packet dispatch character FR-90 terminal telnet sync-on-break command FR-113
parameter settings, displaying DR-183 terminal telnet transparent command FR-114
parity bit FR-102 terminal terminal-type command FR-115
pausing output to screen FR-71 terminal transport preferred command DR-468
port queue FR-103 terminal txspeed command FR-116
receive speed FR-104 terminal width command FR-118
screen length terminal-queue command FR-103
changing for session FR-98 terminal-type command FR-117
configuring for line FR-73 test appletalk command P2R-197
screen width test crypto initiate-session command SR-312
changing for session FR-118 test flash command FR-598
configuring for line FR-119 test interface fastethernet command IR-362
selecting a transport protocol DR-468 test interfaces command FR-599
session limits, setting DR-181 test memory command FR-600
session timeout interval, setting DR-182 test modem back-to-back command DR-169
settings, saving FR-82 test service-module command IR-363
specifying type FR-115 test T1 IR-357
start character FR-107 Texas Instruments Token Ring MAC firmware
type, configuring for a line FR-117 known defect BR-115
Terminal Access Controller Access Control System TFTP
See TACACS port number BR-208, BR-213
terminal databits command FR-88 server
terminal data-character-bits command FR-89 booting automatically FR-306
terminal dispatch-character command DR-894, FR-90 configuring router to function as FR-198
terminal dispatch-timeout command FR-91 router, configuring to function as FR-198, FR-358

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

tftp-server command FR-198, FR-358 type 1 response P3R-342


tftp-server system command type 2 response P3R-332, P3R-343
See tftp-server command type 5 timeout P3R-322
tg command BR-874 token holding IR-86
tg-number command BR-697 X.25
tg-row command BR-698 call request (t21) WR-391
threshold command FR-483 clear indication (t13) WR-389
thresholds clear request (t23) WR-393
See CBAC, thresholds hold timer, setting WR-340
THT incoming call (t11) WR-387
FDDI IR-86 reset indication (t12) WR-388
tick count reset request (t22) WR-392
IPX P2R-268 restart indication (t10) WR-386
TID restart request (t20) WR-390
displaying cache P3R-318 timers basic command P1R-199, P1R-216, P1R-237,
NSAP P3R-346
mapping, enabling P3R-321 timers bgp command P1R-467
querying P3R-336 timers lsa-group-pacing command P1R-301
NSAP-to-TID timers spf command P1R-302
mapping P3R-329 timeslot command DR-252, IR-364
router, assigning P3R-344 timeslots
table, clearing P3R-194 T1 IR-359
time limit, setting for a session DR-653 timestamp
timeout command FR-484 TCP P1R-161
timeout interval FR-91 timing clear-wait command VR-155
ARP P1R-7 timing delay-duration command VR-157
EXEC process, setting DR-14, FR-135 timing delay-start command VR-159
terminal character dispatch FR-67 timing delay-with-integrity command VR-161
trap message FR-477 timing dialout-delay command VR-165
See also CBAC, timeouts timing dial-pulse min-delay command VR-163
timeout login response command SR-49 timing digit command VR-167
timeouts timing inter-digit command VR-169
absolute DR-172 timing percentbreak command VR-171
server login SR-49 timing pulse command VR-173
session, setting DR-182 timing pulse-interdigit command VR-175
setting for DDR interface DR-684 timing wink-duration command VR-177
timeouts initial command VR-152 timing wink-wait command VR-179, VR-185
timeouts interdigit command VR-153 timing-mark command BR-877
timeouts wait-release command VR-154 TN3270
timers character mapping
AppleTalk Enhanced IGRP P2R-51 creating DR-472
BGP, adjusting P1R-467 determining DR-450
DECnet P3R-130, P3R-159 displaying DR-451
Frame Relay keepalive WR-233 connections to server DR-469
IP Enhanced IGRP, adjusting P1R-315, P1R-316 data character bits, setting DR-470, DR-471
ISO IGRP, adjusting P3R-346 default keymaps DR-377
LAPB description DR-469
interface outage WR-294 display size DR-363
link failure (T4) WR-302 international characters
T1 retransmission WR-301 displaying DR-450
T4 relation to T1 WR-302 printing DR-472
service advertisement, setting DR-407 null processing handling DR-477
TARP require reset after user error DR-479
cache entries P3R-324 special characters DR-376
loop detection buffer table P3R-327 tn3270 8bit display command DR-470

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

tn3270 8bit transparent-mode command DR-471 ISO CLNS


tn3270 command DR-469 privileged P3R-347
tn3270 null-processing command DR-477 user P3R-349
tn3270 optimize-cursor-move command DR-478 privileged, overview FR-601
tn3270 reset-required command DR-479 terminating FR-601, P1R-101, P1R-105
TN3270 server tracing IP routes P1R-102, P1R-106
defining user, overview FR-605
TOS values BR-771 VINES P3R-51
LU nailing TraceRoute function, VINES P3R-51
client command BR-754 traffic priority management
TOS weighted fair queueing QR-7
ip precedence command BR-770 traffic shaping
ip tos command BR-771 access lists, using QR-87
tn3270 status-message command DR-480 configuration information (table) QR-80
tn3270 typeahead command DR-481 FECN/BECN messages QR-85
tn3270-server command BR-876 interfaces QR-88, QR-90
token holding timer outbound QR-89
See THT statistics (table) QR-82
Token Ring strict (example) WR-38
APPN partner node, specifying BR-622 strict, enabling WR-38
controller, displaying information about BR-142 traffic-engineering filter command XR-89
DECnet encapsulation over P3R-129 traffic-engineering route command XR-90
functional address P1R-615 traffic-shape adaptive command QR-83
interface, displaying information about BR-147 traffic-shape fecn-adapt command QR-85
IP multicast routing over P1R-615 traffic-shape group command QR-87
LNM information for, displaying BR-157 traffic-shape rate command QR-89
logical configuration of, monitoring BR-104 traffic-share command P1R-239, P1R-333
polling frequency, configuring BR-384 transfer-mode command FR-724
wait interval for an acknowledgment, configuring transition states, FDDI IR-264
BR-380 translate command DR-508, DR-517, DR-526
XID transmissions, specifying frequency of BR-392 translate lat command DR-514
token rotation time translate tcp command DR-523
See TRT translate x25 command DR-534
TokenTalk P2R-1 translation options
topology table LAT DR-508, DR-514, DR-518, DR-527
AppleTalk Enhanced IGRP P2R-129 outgoing options, mapping to virtual interface template
IPX Enhanced IGRP P2R-426 commands DR-515, DR-536
trace prevent service advertisements DR-508, DR-514
common problems FR-605 swap outgoing X.25 connections DR-529, DR-535
ISO CLNS TCP
IP routes P3R-350 binary mode DR-523
terminating P3R-347, P3R-349 incoming address DR-523
test characters (table) P3R-348 TCP/IP
terminating FR-605 PPP DR-509, DR-518, DR-527
tracing IP routes FR-606 SLIP DR-508, DR-518, DR-527
trace (privileged) command FR-601 Telnet DR-508, DR-517, DR-527
trace (user) command FR-605 Telnet binary mode DR-517
trace command X.25 DR-508, DR-518, DR-526, DR-534
common problems FR-602, P1R-101, P1R-105 translational bridging IR-79
extended test FR-601, P1R-101 Transmission Control Protocol
IP See TCP
privileged P1R-101 Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
routes FR-602 See TCP/IP
user P1R-105 transmission-priority command BR-700

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

transmit clock signal tunnel


inverting DR-249, IR-124 VPDN
transmit-clock-internal command DR-253, IR-365 shutting down, without unconfiguring DR-837
transmit-interface command P1R-193 tunnel checksum command IR-368
transmitter-delay command DR-254, IR-366 tunnel command DR-486
transparent bridging tunnel destination command IR-369
access-list (type-code) command IR-3 tunnel key command IR-371
constrained multicast flooding tunnel mode SR-339
enabling BR-14 tunnel mode command IR-372, P1R-107, P2R-201
multicast state information tunnel mode tag-switching command XR-92
displaying BR-71 tunnel sequence-datagrams command IR-374
multicast state information, clearing BR-55 tunnel source command IR-375, P2R-203
interface restrictions BR-19 tunnel tsp-hop command XR-93
on FDDI interface IR-79 tunneling
SMDS WR-276 AppleTalk, Cayman IR-372, P1R-107, P2R-201
type-code IR-3 X.25, enabling WR-383
transport input command DR-189 tx-queue-limit command IR-377
transport mode SR-340 txspeed command DR-195
transport output command DR-191 type 20 packets
transport preferred command DR-193 IPX
transport protocol, selecting DR-468 broadcasts P2R-276, P2R-381, P2R-382, P2R-383
trap type command FR-485, VR-181
host, setting message queue length FR-472
message
address violation IR-342 U
establishing timeout FR-477
source interface FR-476
ubr command WR-154
operation, enabling FR-459, VR-93
ubr+ command WR-156
recipient, specifying FR-462
UDP
triggers for RTR
common services BR-208, BR-213
configuring FR-396, FR-398
common services (table) QR-26
displaying FR-444
datagrams
TRIP
flooding P1R-31
displaying information about IR-229
speeding up flooding P1R-31
TRISL
port numbers
commands
IPTalk P2R-61
clear drip BR-200
port numbers (table) QR-26
encapsulating BR-201
port prioritizing QR-27
multiring trcrf-vlan BR-202
UDP broadcasts
show drip BR-203
BOOTP forwarding agent P1R-27, P1R-32
source-bridge trcrf-vlan BR-204
DHCP P1R-27, P1R-32
RIF
UDP idle timeout
enabling BR-202
specifying SR-201
VLANs
UIO serial port commands
attaching BR-204
clock rate line VR-15
Trivial File Transfer Protocol
clock rate network-clock command VR-16
See TFTP
invert rxclock IR-122
troubleshooting
unbind-action command BR-878
modem access DR-884
undelete command FR-201
TRT
underscore character in regular expressions DR-906
FDDI IR-86
Ungermann-Bass Net/One
ts16 command DR-255, IR-367
See Net/One
ttycap command DR-482
ttycap support DR-483

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

UNI verify flash command FR-259


version verify-adjacent-node-type command BR-709
(example) WR-42 verify-data command FR-487
configuring WR-42 version command P1R-219
unicast addresses views, predefined
ATM WR-39 described in RFC 1447 FR-478
unit numbers VINES
interface IR-28, IR-30, IR-34, IR-109 access control P3R-57–P3R-59
UNIX access lists
compress command FR-308 displaying P3R-26
Syslog Server extended, creating P3R-54
message logging to FR-505 interface, applying to P3R-53
uncompress command FR-308 simple, creating P3R-57
unrecognized command message standard, creating P3R-59
help command FR-69 addresses P3R-64, P3R-68
User Datagram Protocol application layer support, displaying P3R-43
See UDP ARP packets, processing P3R-62
user EXEC mode bandwidth, determining P3R-72
summary FR-xxi Banyan distributed naming system P3R-68
user-defined-1 command broadcast packets P3R-89
APPN link station BR-701 broadcasts
APPN port BR-702 encapsulation P3R-65
user-defined-2 command forwarding P3R-78
APPN link station BR-703 serverless networks P3R-86
APPN port BR-704 zero-hop P3R-86
user-defined-3 command class field P3R-78
APPN link station BR-705 encapsulation P3R-65
APPN port BR-706 fast switching
username command DR-615, SR-445 cache entries, deleting P3R-20
username, authentication DR-615 cache entries, displaying P3R-27
configuring P3R-82
filters
V access lists
extended P3R-55
simple P3R-57
V.120
standard P3R-60
answer all calls, static configuration DR-643
input network P3R-70
automatic detection DR-258, DR-338
input router P3R-71
dynamic detection and setting DR-642
interface, applying to P3R-53
V.25bis
output network P3R-77
DDR options (table) DR-680, DR-706
flash updates P3R-66
options DR-680, DR-706
floating static routes P3R-80
vacant-message command FR-145
hello messages P3R-99
vad command VR-98, VR-183
hop count field P3R-78
validate-update-source command P1R-218, P1R-240
host names
variance command P1R-334
addresses, assigning P3R-68
vbr-nrt command WR-158
entries, displaying P3R-30
vbr-rt command VR-99, WR-160
interfaces, displaying status of P3R-31
VC
IP header P3R-78
maximum, configuring WR-23
IPC connections
vc-class atm command WR-162
blocks, deleting P3R-21
vc-per-vp
displaying information P3R-34
(example) WR-43
port numbers (table) P3R-56, P3R-61
vdlc command BR-707
load sharing P3R-82
verify bootflash command FR-258
verify command FR-203

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

VINES (continued) vines decimal command P3R-64


metrics vines encapsulation command P3R-65
interface, specifying on P3R-72 vines enhancements command P3R-66
routing, determining P3R-80 vines host command P3R-68
neighbor table vines input-network-filter command P3R-70, P3R-77
deleting P3R-22 vines input-router-filter command P3R-71
displaying P3R-36 vines metric command P3R-72
static paths, creating P3R-75 vines neighbor command P3R-75
network connectivity, testing P3R-25 vines output-network-filter command P3R-77
NIST clock P3R-97 vines propagate command P3R-78
NTP P3R-96, P3R-97 vines redirect command P3R-79
packet's path, determining P3R-51 vines route command P3R-80
protocol names P3R-54, P3R-59 vines route-cache command P3R-82
router network address, redetermining P3R-84 vines routing command P3R-84
routing vines serverless command P3R-86
enabling P3R-84 vines single-route command P3R-88
on serverless networks P3R-86 vines split-horizon command P3R-89
single route P3R-88 vines srtp-enabled command P3R-91
routing table vines time access-group command P3R-92
deleting P3R-23 vines time destination command P3R-93
displaying P3R-40 vines time participate command P3R-94
routing updates P3R-89 vines time services command P3R-95
filtering P3R-70, P3R-71, P3R-77 vines time set-system command P3R-96
flash updates P3R-66 vines time use-system command P3R-97
frequency P3R-101 vines update deltas command P3R-99
propagation P3R-99 vines update interval command P3R-101
redirect messages P3R-79 violations
split horizon P3R-66, P3R-89 access lists, IP
RTP See access lists, IP, violations
enabling P3R-91 VIP distributed switching
messages, redirecting P3R-79 See switching
serverless networks P3R-62 virtual access interfaces
single route P3R-88 VTY line on which created, identifying DR-500
SMDS, configuring over WR-274 virtual asynchronous lines
split horizon P3R-66, P3R-89 configuring authentication DR-510, DR-520, DR-529
SRTP, enabling P3R-91 virtual circuit
static paths P3R-75 See VC
static routes P3R-80 virtual circuit descriptor
StreetTalk P3R-68 See VC
time virtual circuits
accepting updates P3R-57 X.25
synchronizing with network time P3R-96 displaying address map WR-316
synchronizing with router P3R-97 facility handling WR-403
updates See also PVC; X.25
accepting P3R-92 virtual data link control
sending P3R-93 APPN
TraceRoute function P3R-51 port, defining BR-584
traffic statistics ring group, specifying BR-707
deleting P3R-24 virtual MAC address option, specifying BR-707
displaying P3R-46 SNA Service Point configuration (example) BR-544
vines access-group command P3R-53 virtual interface template
vines access-list (extended) command P3R-54 translate lat command, using with DR-514
vines access-list (simple) command P3R-57 translate tcp command, using with DR-524
vines access-list (standard) command P3R-59 translate x25 command, using with DR-535
vines arp-enable command P3R-62

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

virtual interfaces vpdn logging command DR-849


loopback interface IR-110 vpdn outcoming command DR-851
Token Ring vpdn search-order command DR-853
creating BR-562 vrn command BR-879
tunnel interface IR-111 VTY lines
virtual LANs, monitoring assigned to loopback interfaces DR-511,
See VLANs DR-520, DR-529
Virtual Network System See also virtual terminal lines
See VINES vty-async command DR-537
Virtual Private Dialup Networking vty-async dynamic-routing command DR-539
See VPDN vty-async header-compression command DR-540
virtual profiles DR-775–DR-778 vty-async ipx ppp-client loopback command DR-541
virtual ring vty-async keepalive command DR-542
assigning BR-196, BR-198 vty-async mtu command DR-543
definition BR-187, BR-465 vty-async ppp authentication command DR-544
virtual template vty-async ppp use-tacacs command DR-545
configuration example DR-586 vty-async virtual-template command DR-546
configured as serial interface DR-763, DR-776
multilink bundle interface, defining DR-586
purpose DR-763, DR-776 W
virtual terminal lines DR-22
configuring DR-22
watchdog packets P2R-388
See also VTY lines
spoofing P2R-372
virtual-profile aaa command DR-777
Weighted Random Early Detection
virtual-profile virtual-template command DR-778
See WRED
VLANs
WFQ
monitoring BR-84
configuration information, displaying QR-76
voice confirmation-tone command VR-184
configuration statistics (table) QR-58, QR-75
voice local-bypass command VR-104
effect of custom queueing on QR-7
voice-encap VR-101
effect of priority queueing on QR-7
voice-encap command VR-101
enabling QR-7
voice-group command VR-102
Frame Relay switching QR-9
VPDN
IP precedence weighting QR-8
authenticating tunnel
traffic priority management QR-7
remote host name and IP address DR-851
traffic stream discrimination (table) QR-8
connections, incoming DR-847
See also DWFQ
connections, outgoing DR-851
where command DR-487, DR-565
enabling DR-844
which-route command P3R-351
history failure table
whiteboard applications P1R-640
clearning DR-836
width command FR-119
event logging DR-850
wildcard command BR-710
size DR-846
word help
statistics DR-840
description FR-13
home gateway
WRED
CHAP challenge, issuing DR-845
configuration information, displaying QR-76
information, displaying
configuration statistics (table) QR-60
logging
enabling QR-39
events DR-849
hardware support QR-39, QR-41, QR-44
tunnel
interface information QR-59
authorization search order DR-853
interface statistics, displaying QR-55
local name, specifying DR-847
minimum threshold values (table) QR-44
virtual templates DR-847
parameters QR-43
vpdn enable command DR-844
See also DWRED
vpdn history failure table-size command DR-846
write memory command
vpdn incoming command DR-847
See copy command

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

write network command PVC


See copy command encapsulation maximum WR-365
write terminal command switched maximum WR-368, WR-370
See more command tunnel maximum WR-373
setting with x25 map command BR-87, BR-469
window WR-396
X interface statistics, displaying WR-310
Interrupt packet DR-896
ISDN over D channel DR-862
X Display Manager Control Protocol
isdn x25 static-tei command DR-863
See XDMCP
maintaining WR-286
X Window System, setting display location DR-488
map options (table) BR-469, WR-352
X.121 address
multiprotocol virtual circuits WR-350
DDN, caution not to change WR-293
network user ID BR-88, BR-470, WR-353
Frame Relay SVC WR-236
OSPF BR-87, BR-469, WR-353
numbers, codes and values WR-237
output packet size BR-87, BR-469
setting WR-330
maximum, setting WR-353
suppressing
PVC
called address WR-384
encapsulation maximum WR-365
calling address WR-385
switched maximum WR-368, WR-370
use source WR-395
tunnel maximum WR-373
X.25
output window size WR-365, WR-397
accept reverse charges WR-329
packet acknowledgment policy WR-396, WR-397
addresses
packet hold queue WR-339
called, suppressing WR-384
packet-by-packet compression BR-87,
calling
BR-469, WR-352
suppressing WR-385
packet-level restarts, forcing WR-347
updating WR-395
pad connections, viewing DR-563
interface, setting on WR-330
PAD link WR-359
protocol-to-remote host mapping WR-350
precedence handling WR-344
BFE
protocol translation options DR-509, DR-519
encapsulation WR-292
protocols supported
remote-red setting WR-374
routing WR-283
Blacker Emergency Mode WR-332, WR-333
table WR-351
bridging on WR-283, WR-355
PVC
compressed packet header WR-357
displaying address map WR-316
configuring ISDN
options (table) WR-365
static TEI DR-863
protocols supported (table) WR-365
CUD, interpreting calls with unknown WR-334
states WR-327
DCE device WR-292
switched options (table) WR-368, WR-370
DDN encapsulation WR-292
tunnel options (table) WR-373
default protocol, setting WR-334
Recognized Operating Agencies lists
directed broadcasts, configuring BR-87, BR-469,
See X.25, ROA
WR-353
restarting WR-286
DTE device WR-292
ROA
encapsulation
name and number WR-375
BFE devices WR-293
ROA lists BR-88
DDN WR-293
routing
methods supported BR-87, BR-469, WR-352
local switching WR-383
facilities supported BR-469, WR-352
remote switching WR-383
facility handling WR-403
supported protocols WR-283
frames, bridging packets in BR-86
routing table WR-376
hold timer, setting WR-340
creating WR-376
hosts, limiting access DR-549, WR-398
displaying WR-319
input packet size
split horizon P3R-231
maximum, setting WR-345, WR-353

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

X.25 (continued) editing (15) DR-898


static host name map, defining DR-548, WR-341 escape from data transfer (1) DR-894
subaddress, configuring BR-712 idle timer (4) DR-895
TEI restrictions DR-863 input flow control (12) DR-897
traffic over ISDN D channel line delete (17) DR-898
(example) DR-861 line display (18) DR-899
translation options DR-534 Line Feed insertion (13) DR-897
tunneling WR-383 Line Feed padding (14) DR-898
user facilities line folding (10) DR-896
accept reverse charging BR-87, BR-469, local echo mode (2) DR-894
WR-329, WR-352 local editing (15) DR-898
closed user group BR-87, BR-469, PAD service signals (6) DR-895
WR-335, WR-353 page wait (22) DR-899
flow control parameter negotiation WR-335 parity treatment (21) DR-899
network user ID BR-88, BR-470, WR-353 return padding (9) DR-896
reverse charging BR-87, BR-469, setting DR-566
WR-335, WR-352 X.28 mode DR-569
ROA list name, specifying BR-88, BR-470 x25 accept-reverse command WR-329
ROA per-call basis WR-335 x25 address command WR-330
ROA X.25 map options WR-353 x25 alias command WR-331
throughput class negotiation BR-88, BR-470, x25 aodi command DR-870
WR-335, WR-353 x25 bfe-decision command WR-332
transit delay BR-88, BR-470, WR-335, WR-353 x25 bfe-emergency command WR-333
virtual circuits x25 default command WR-334
clearing WR-343 x25 facility command WR-335
displaying address map WR-316 x25 hic command WR-337
setting number of BR-87, BR-469, x25 hoc command WR-338
WR-353, WR-361 x25 hold-queue command WR-339
window modulus WR-360, WR-396, WR-397 x25 hold-vc-timer command WR-340
window size BR-87, BR-469, WR-353 x25 host command DR-548, WR-341
PVC option WR-368 x25 htc command WR-342
PVC tunnel option WR-373 x25 idle command WR-343
X.29 x25 ip-precedence command WR-344
access list, applying to a line WR-284 x25 ips command WR-345
Indication of Break packet DR-896 x25 lic command WR-346
PAD profile script, creating WR-399 x25 linkrestart command WR-347
X.25 hosts, limiting access DR-549, WR-398 x25 loc command WR-348
X.29 set parameter packet DR-559, DR-566 x25 ltc command WR-349
X.3 x25 map bridge command BR-86, WR-355, WR-359
parameter settings, viewing DR-563 x25 map command WR-350, WR-351
X.3 PAD x25 map compressedtcp command WR-357
description DR-566 x25 map pad command WR-359
making connections DR-566 x25 map ppp command DR-871
parameters x25 map qllc command BR-468
action upon receipt of Break signal (7) DR-895 x25 modulo command WR-360
baud rate (11) DR-896 x25 nvc command WR-361
changing dynamically DR-557 x25 ops command WR-362
character delete (16) DR-898 x25 pad-access command WR-363
data forward character (3) DR-894 x25 pvc command
default values DR-559, DR-566 encapsulating WR-364
description DR-557–DR-559, DR-893 switched WR-367
device control (5) DR-895 tunnel WR-372
discard output (8) DR-896 x25 pvc command (switched PVC to SVC) WR-369
echo mask (20) DR-899 x25 pvc qllc command BR-471
edit PAD service signals (19) DR-899 x25 remote-red command WR-374

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

x25 roa command WR-375 filters


x25 route command WR-376 enabling P3R-389
regular expressions DR-902 generic, enabling P3R-372
(example) DR-907 filters, routing table
x25 routing command WR-383 accepting packets P3R-389
x25 subaddress command DR-568 adding networks P3R-382
x25 suppress-called-address command WR-384 updates P3R-385
x25 suppress-calling-address command WR-385 helpering, configuring P3R-377, P3R-380
x25 t10 command WR-386 IDP P2R-205
x25 t11 command WR-387 interfaces, displaying status P3R-366
x25 t12 command WR-388 load sharing P3R-383
x25 t13 command WR-389 metrics, routing P3R-355, P3R-391
x25 t20 command WR-390 Net/One routing, enabling P3R-378, P3R-391
x25 t21 command WR-391 network connectivity, testing P3R-361, P3R-363
x25 t22 command WR-392 network masks P3R-356
x25 t23 command WR-393 parallel paths, choosing between P3R-383
x25 th command WR-394 paths, setting maximum P3R-383
x25 use-source-address command WR-395 RIP
x25 win command WR-396 enabling P3R-390
x25 wout command WR-397 updates
x25-dest-address command BR-711 advertising P3R-385
x25-subaddress command BR-712 receiving P3R-378
x28 command DR-569 setting timers P3R-393
x29 access-list command DR-549, WR-398 routes
x29 profile command DR-550, WR-399 delay metrics P3R-378, P3R-391
x3 command DR-566 learning P3R-378
X3T9.5 specification IR-86 routing table
XDMCP, starting XRemote DR-496 adding entries P3R-382
Xerox Network Systems displaying entries P3R-368
See XNS updating P3R-393
XID SMDS, configuring over WR-274
frames standard routing, enabling P3R-384, P3R-390
frequency of transmission, controlling BR-392 static routes, adding to routing table P3R-386
value for the SDLC station, specifying BR-421 Token Ring encapsulation P3R-373
specifying for the SDLC station BR-449 traffic statistics, displaying P3R-370
xid-block-number command BR-713 xns access-group command P3R-372
xid-id-number command BR-714 xns encapsulation command P3R-373
xmodem command FR-260 xns flood broadcast allnets command P3R-374
XNS xns flood broadcast net-zero command P3R-375
3Com 3+ hosts P3R-373 xns flood specific allnets command P3R-376
access control xns forward-protocol command P3R-377
extended P3R-356 xns hear-rip command P3R-378, P3R-391
standard P3R-359 xns helper-address command P3R-380
access lists, creating xns input-network-filter command P3R-382
extended P3R-356 xns maximum-paths command P3R-383
standard P3R-359 xns network command P3R-384
broadcasts xns output-network-filter command P3R-385
all-nets P3R-374 xns route command P3R-386
flooding P3R-374, P3R-375, P3R-376 xns route-cache command P3R-388
flooding in 3Com environment P3R-375 xns router-filter command P3R-389
forwarding P3R-377, P3R-380 xns routing command P3R-390
encapsulation on Token Ring P3R-373 xns ub-emulation command P3R-391
fast switching P3R-388 xns update-time command P3R-393
cache, displaying entries in P3R-365

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DR Dial Solutions P2R Network Protocols, Part 2 VR Voice, Video, and Home Applications
FR Configuration Fundamentals P3R Network Protocols, Part 3 WR Wide-Area Networking
IR Cisco IOS Interface QR Quality of Service Solutions XR Cisco IOS Switching Services

XOT
clearing/terminating WR-288
VCs, displaying information WR-328
XRemote
automatic session startup DR-492–DR-496
buffer size, changing DR-493
connecting to host computer DR-488
connections to servers DR-488
connections, displaying DR-456
description DR-363, DR-488, DR-492, DR-496
font servers, identifying DR-494
manual session startup DR-488
reenabling manually DR-488
returning to EXEC prompt DR-488
sessions between servers DR-490
setting X display location DR-488
starting clients DR-488
terminal line statistics, displaying DR-456
terminating the session DR-488
xremote command DR-488
xremote lat command DR-492
XRemote terminal
configuring DR-489
xremote tftp buffersize command DR-493
xremote tftp host command DR-494
xremote tftp retries command DR-495
xremote xdm command DR-496

ZIP
query interval P2R-98
reply filter, creating P2R-99
Zone Information Protocol
See ZIP
zones
NBP P2R-8
See also AppleTalk, zone

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