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1 SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager Device Management Titlepae Cisco Catalyst 1400 Management Module Supports Management Module SM-CAT1001

2 Notice Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. (Aprisma), reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice. The reader should in all cases consult Aprisma to determine whether any such changes have been made. The hardware, firmware, or software described in this manual is subject to change without notice. IN NO EVENT SHALL APRISMA, ITS EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AGENTS, OR AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS) ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS MANUAL OR THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN IT, EVEN IF APRISMA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF, KNOWN, OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN, THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Copyright June 2000 by Aprisma Management Technologies. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Order Number: Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. 121 Technology Drive Durham NH SPECTRUM, thespectrum IMT/VNM logo, DCM, IMT, andvnm are registered trademarks, and SpectroGRAPH, SpectroSERVER, Inductive Modeling Technology, Device Communications Manager, andvirtual Network Machine are trademarks of Aprisma or its affiliates. Ethernet is a trademark of Xerox Corporation. Virus Disclaimer Aprisma makes no representations or warranties to the effect that the Licensed Software is virus-free. Aprisma has tested its software with current virus checking technologies. However, because no anti-virus system is 100% reliable, we strongly caution you to write protect and then verify that the Licensed Software, prior to installing it, is virus-free with an anti-virus system in which you have confidence. Restricted Rights Notice (Applicable to licenses to the United States Government only.) 1. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c) (1) (ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., 121 Technology Drive NH (a) This computer software is submitted with restricted rights. It may not be used, reproduced, or disclosed by the Government except as provided in paragraph (b) of this Notice or as otherwise expressly stated in the contract. (b) This computer software may be: (1) Used or copied for use in or with the computer or computers for which it was acquired, including use at any Government installation to which such computer or computers may be transferred; (2) Used or copied for use in a backup computer if any computer for which it was acquired is inoperative; (3) Reproduced for archival or backup purposes; (4) Modified, adapted, or combined with other computer software, provided that the modified, combined, or adapted portions of the derivative software incorporating restricted computer software are made subject to the same restricted rights; (5) Disclosed to and reproduced for use by support service contractors in accordance with subparagraphs (b) (1) through (4) of this clause, provided the Government makes such disclosure or reproduction subject to these restricted rights; and (6) Used or copied for use in or transferred to a replacement computer. (c) Notwithstanding the foregoing, if this computer software is published copyrighted computer software, it is licensed to the Government, without disclosure prohibitions, with the minimum rights set forth in paragraph (b) of this clause. (d) Any other rights or limitations regarding the use, duplication, or disclosure of this computer software are to be expressly stated in, or incorporated in, the contract. (e) This Notice shall be marked on any reproduction of this computer software, in wholeorinpart. Device Management Page3 Cisco Catalyst 1400

3 Contents PREFACE 6 Conventions...6 Related SPECTRUM Documentation...6 Other Related Documentation...7 THE CISCO CATALYST 1400 HUB 8 The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub...8 SPECTRUM Support...8 Accessing SPECTRUM Views from the Device Icon..9 Accessing Module-Specific Subviews...11 SPECTRUM Views Roadmap...12 DEVICE VIEW 15 Logical Device View...15 Module Icons...17 Model Number Label...18 Module Status Label...19 Module...19 Versions...20 Port Icons...20 Port Number Label...22 Interface Status Label...22 Physical Device View...25 Device Views...25 Device Topology View...26 Interface Device View...28 Interface Icons...29 CONFIGURATION VIEWS 32 Device Configuration View...32 Device Configuration Information...32 Interface Configuration Table...36 System Configuration View-Catalyst Stack...38 Chassis Information-Catalyst Stack...42 Power Supplies...44 Fan...45 Alarms...45 Catalyst Stack Modules Table...45 Catalyst Stack Ports Table...47 Model Information View...50 EVENT AND ALARM MESSAGES 52 Device Events and Alarms...52 APPLICATION VIEW 55 Common Applications...55 Model Alarms view...55 Device Application View...59 Catalyst Stack Application Views...61 FDDI Ring Table...62 Catalyst Filter Tables...62 MAC Table...63 SPECTRUM Management Modules 4 Catalyst 1400

4 Contents Contents Vendor Table...63 Protocol Table...64 Test Table...65 Port Table...66 Catalyst TFTP Information View...66 Catalyst Trap Receiver Table...68 Catalyst VLAN Manager...68 INDEX 70 SPECTRUM Management Modules 5 Catalyst 1400

5 Preface The following outlines the organization of the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub Management Module Guide: Use this guide as a reference for the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub management software. Before using this guide, you should be familiar with SPECTRUM s functions and operation. Conventions This guide uses the following conventions: Menu selections and buttons referenced in text appear in bold; for example, Configuration or Detail. Button names appear in shadowed boxes when introducing paragraphs that describe their use. Menu navigation appears in order of selection; for example, Icon Subviews -> Utilities -> Application. Referenced chapter titles and section headings appear in italics. Referenced documents appear in bold italics. Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hubs are referred to as devices. Related SPECTRUM Documentation When using this guide, you should have a clear understanding of SPECTRUM functionality and navigation techniques as described in the Administration, Operation and following documentation: Report Generator User s Guide Getting Started with SPECTRUM 6.0 for Operators Getting Started with SPECTRUM 6.0 for Administrators How to Manage Your Network with SPECTRUM Device Management Page 6 Cisco Catalyst 1400

6 Preface Other Related Documentation Other Related Documentation Refer to the following documentation for more information on managing TCP/IP-based networks: Martin, James, Kathleen Kavanagh Chapman, Joe Leben. Local Area Networks: Architectures and Implementations, 2d ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Rose, Marshall T. The Simple Book: An Introduction to Management of TCP/IP-based Internets. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Stallings, William. Data and Computer Communications, 4th ed. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, Tanenbaum, Andrew S. Computer Networks, 3d ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Device Management Page 7 Cisco Catalyst 1400

7 The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub This section introduces the SPECTRUM management module for the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub and discusses the following aspects: The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub Device SPECTRUM Support Accessing SPECTRUM Views from the Device Icon Accessing Device-Specific Subviews SPECTRUM Views Roadmap The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub The Cisco Catalyst 1400 provides Copper Distributed Data Interface/multilevel transmission (CDDI/MLT-3) and single/multimode Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) connectivity. The Cisco Catalyst provides bridging and routing capabilities in a Virtual Local Area Networking (VLAN) environment. Its architecture supports switched connections to the following media: 10BaseT and 100BaseT (Fast Ethernet) 4/16 Mbps Token Ring Copper Distributed Data Interface/Fiber Distributed Data Interface Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) SPECTRUM Support A SPECTRUM management module is a software emulation of a physical device or application. It uses icons to represent these devices/applications in the user interface. The icons provide status at a glance through the use of a color code, and access to in-depth information on the device s configuration and operating activity. The model type name refers to the models used to specify attributes, actions, and associations for the device in SPECTRUM. The model type name for the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub is HubCat1400. Refer to How to Manage Your Network with SPECTRUM for modeling instructions. Device Management Page 8 Cisco Catalyst 1400

8 The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub Accessing SPECTRUM Views from the Device Icon The Device icon provides access to SPECTRUM views that display device-specific information. Access these views using double-click zones (Figure 1) or Icon Subviews menus (Figure 2). To access the Icon Subviews menu as shown in Figure 2, do the following: 1 Highlight the icon. 2 From the View menu, select Icon Subviews or click the applicable mouse button (middle or right). Refer to SPECTRUM Views for information on configuring your mouse. Device Management Page 9 Cisco Catalyst 1400

9 The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub Figure 1: Using Double-Click Zones to Access SPECTRUM Views Accesses the Configuration view; refer to Configuration Views Accesses the Device Topology view; refer to Accessing SPECTRUM Views from the Device Icon. Model Name Accesses the Device view; refer to Device View. Accesses the Performance view; refer to Logical Device View. HubCat1400 Accesses the Application view; refer to Application View. Accesses the Configuration view; refer to Configuration Views. Accesses the Device view; refer to Device View. Accesses the Performance view; refer to Logical Device View. Accesses the Device Topology view; refer to Accessing SPECTRUM Views from the Device Icon. Model Name HubCat1400 Accesses the Application view; refer to Application View. Device Management Page 10 Cisco Catalyst 1400

10 The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub Figure 2: Using the Icon Subviews Menu to Access SPECTRUM Views Primary Landscape 0x VNM Host - LAN of type Landscape File View Help Go Back Go Up Icon Subviews New View View history... Current View Information... Notes Jump by Name... Zoom VLAN List ctrl+b Close Navigate Model Alarms Performance Notes... Utilities Zoom Device DevTop Application Acknowledge Flash Green Enabled Configuration Model Information Primary Application Interface Logical Physical Accessing Module-Specific Subviews Icon Subviews menus are also available for the individual modules inserted into the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub. Figure 3 shows an example of an Icon Subviews menu accessible from a Module icon located in the Logical Device view. The module-specific Icon Subviews menu selections are described in Device View. The menu selections that are common to all devices are described in SPECTRUM Menus. To access the Icon Subviews menu for a Module icon using the View menu, do the following: Device Management Page 11 Cisco Catalyst 1400

11 The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub SPECTRUM Views Roadmap 1 Highlight the icon. 2 From the View menu, select Icon Subviews>Device>Logical view. To access the Icon Subviews menu using the mouse button, do the following: 1 Position the mouse pointer on the icon. 2 Click the applicable mouse button (middle or right). Refer to Getting Started with SPECTRUM for Operators for information on configuring your mouse. Figure 3: Accessing Module-Specific Subviews 1 On wsx OK Other 2 Other 10 Other 3 Other 11 Other 4 Other 12 Other 5 Other 13 Other 6 Other 14 Other 7 Other 15 Other 8 Other 16 Other Click the module icon to make theiconactiveandableto display information. An active icon is indicated by ablueoutline. Close Ctrl +C Navigate Alarms Performance Notes... Utilities Module Notes Module Configuration Icon Subviews menu for active module icon Common Module-Specific SPECTRUM Views Roadmap Figure 4 shows a roadmap of the SPECTRUM views for this device. These views are accessible Device Management Page 12 Cisco Catalyst 1400

12 The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub from double-click zones (Figure 1) and Icon Subviews menus (Figure 2 and Figure 3). Device Management Page 13 Cisco Catalyst 1400

13 The Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub Figure 4: SPECTRUM Views Roadmap Performance View Interface View Logical Device View Device View. Physical Device View Model Name HubCat1400 Configuration Views. Device Configuration View System Configuration View Application View System Configuration View-Catalyst Stack. FDDI Application;refer to Common Applications DevTop View; refer to SPECTRUM Menus. MIB II Application; refer to Common Applications Device Management Page 14 Cisco Catalyst 1400

14 Device View Logical Device View Device View This section describes the following Device views and subviews available for the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub Logical Device view (Figure 5) Physical Device view (Figure 10) Interface Device view (Figure 11) Selections can be made by accessing the Application view and selecting the Catalyst Hub s icon. Then go to View>Icon Subviews>Device. Logical Device View This view provides information about the device and the modules it manages. The Logical Device view is divided into two sections. The top section provides information about the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub as a whole. The bottom section provides information about the individual modules installed in the chassis. Figure 5 shows an example of the Logical Device view for this device. Device Management Page 15 Cisco Catalyst 1400

15 Device View Figure 5: Cisco Catalyst 1400 Logical Device View File View Primary Landscape 0x VNM Host - Machine Help Model Name Contact Description Location Network Address Primary Application System Up-Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Module Icon 1 On wsx OK Other 2 Other 10 Other 3 Other 11 Other 4 Other 12 Other 5 Other 13 Other 6 Other 14 Other 7 Other 15 Other 8 Other 16 Other 2 On wsx OK 2 Other 3 Other 4 Other 5 Other 6 Other 7 Other 8 Other Module Identification Labels Port Icon Device Management Page 16 Cisco Catalyst 1400

16 Device View Module Icons These icons represent the modules inserted into the chassis. Smaller Icons within the module Figure 6: represent individual ports and provide access to port-specific information. Figure 6 shows an example of a Module icon. Module Icon Module Identification Labels Port Icons 1 On wsx OK Other 2 Other 10 Other 3 Other 11 Other 4 Other 12 Other 5 Other 13 Other 6 Other 14 Other 7 Other 15 Other 8 Other 16 Other Double-click the identification label to display the Module Configuration Table view. Click the port for which you would like to see the Interface Status view. It will outline itself in blue. Then double-click to display the Interface Status view box depicted below. Device Management Page 17 Cisco Catalyst 1400

17 Device View Figure 7: Interface Status view SpectroGRAPH: File View Tools Bookmarks Help Operational Status Interface Status View Up Administrative Status Port Oper Status On Trunking of type CAT_IF_PORT of Landscape Armageddon Model Number Label This label displays the module number. To access the Notes view used for recording module-specific notes: 3 Alternatively, you can double-click the module s slot number and the Notes dialog box will appear. 1 Within the Logical Device view (Figure 5), highlight the Module icon. (A highlight box will surround the active module.) 2 From the Icon Subviews menu, select Notes. Device Management Page 18 Cisco Catalyst 1400

18 Device View Module Status Label This label displays the status of the module. Possible states are: On, Off, and Test. To access the Module Configuration Table view do the following: 1 Within the Logical Device view (Figure 5), highlight the icon for the module being queried. 2 From the Icon Subviews menu, select Module Configuration. 3 Alternatively, you can double-click the colored status panel for the module icon (Figure 6). The Module Configuration Table view provides the following information: Module This area of the Module Configuration Table view provides the following information: Index Displays the slot number in which this module is inserted in the chassis. Valid entries are: 1 and 2. Type Displays the type of module. Serial Nbr Displays the serial number for this module. Name Displays the user-defined or default model name for this module. Status Displays the current status of this module. Table 1 shows the possible states. Table 1: Module Status Descriptions Color Status Description Blue Off None of the following Green OK Status is okay Yellow MinorFault Minor problem Red MajorFault Major problem Device Management Page 19 Cisco Catalyst 1400

19 Device View Model Displays the module s model number. Num Ports Displays the number of ports supported by this module. Action This button allows you to initiate action on the module. Reset causes the module s control logic to be reset. Enable or Disable activates or deactivates the module. Other results in an error. After an action has been initiated, this button displays the Other option. Sub Type Shows the type of daughterboard attached to this module. Possible types are: Other and Empty. Test Results Displays the test results from the last completed self test of this module. A zero indicates that the module passed all tests. Bits set in the result indicate error conditions. Refer to the hardware documentation for definitions of the error conditions. Versions This area of the Module Table view provides the following information: Hardware Displays the hardware version for this module. Firmware Displays the firmware version for this module. Software Displays the software version for this module. Port Icons These icons represent individual ports on modules within this device. Figure 8 shows an example of a port icon, its Icon Subviews menu, and its labels/double-click zones. Note: The callouts displayed in the illustration below identify the labels and the views to which they provide double-click access. Example: Module Number Label/Module Notes view displays the Module Number and provides double-click access to the Module Notes view. The Icon Subviews menus are specific to the icon selected. Device Management Page 20 Cisco Catalyst 1400

20 Device View Figure 8: Port Icon Port Number Label/ Port Notes Interface Status Label/ Port Configuration view 1 On wsx OK Other 2 Other 10 Other 3 Other 11 Other 4 Other 12 Other 5 Other 13 Other 6 Other 14 Other 7 Other 15 Other 8 Other 16 Other With the queried port clicked and highlighted, these options are available from the Icon subviews menu Close Window Navigate Model Alarms Performance Notes Utilities Port Configuration IF Details IF Status IF Configuration IF Thresholds IF Model Information Device Management Page 21 Cisco Catalyst 1400

21 Device View Port Number Label This label displays the port number and it works in tandem with the Interface Status label to display a wide range of views. Through use of the Icon Subviews menu, it can be used to gain access either to the Port Configuration view or the Interface Status view as shown in Figure 7. It can also give access to the port Notes view used for recording port-specific notes. To access this, do the following: 1 Within the Logical Device view (Figure 5), highlight the Port Number icon. A highlight box appears to show the active port being polled. 2 From the Icon Subviews menu, select any of the information views depicted in the pullout to Figure 7. Interface Status Label This label displays the status of the interface. Double-click the Interface Status label of the Port Icon to bring up the Interface Status view. This displays three pieces of information: the Operational status of the interface, its Administrative status, and the Operational status of the port. See Table 2. To access the Port Configuration view do the following: 1 Within the Logical Device view (Figure 5), highlight the Port icon. 2 From the Icon Subviews menu, select Port Configuration. The Port Configuration view provides the following information: Module Displays the slot number in which this module is inserted in the chassis. Valid entries are: 1 and 2. Type Displays the port type in terms of the medium it supports. See Table 4. Speed Displays the base speed of this port in bits per second. Name Displays the default model name for this port. Port Displays the port number. Operational Status. Device Management Page 22 Cisco Catalyst 1400

22 Device View Displays the current status of this port. Table 2 shows the possible states: Table 2: Port Status Definitions Operational Status Administrative Status Text Display Color ON ON ON Green OFF OFF OFF Blue OFF ON OFF Yellow Testing Testing Test Red Trunking ON ON Green Port Interface Shows the interface index corresponding to this port. Additional Status Displays an integer representing additional information on the status of this port. Table 3 provides definitions of the additional status values. Table 3: Additional Status Definitions Additional Status Value Definition 0 Initial Value, or no activity was detected on the port in the last polling period. Device Management Page 23 Cisco Catalyst 1400

23 Device View Table 3: Additional Status Definitions (Continued) 1 At least one packet was transmitted by the port in the last polling period. No packets were received and no collisions were detected. 2 At least one packet was received by the port in the last polling period. No packets were transmitted and no collisions were detected. 3 At least one packet was transmitted, and at least one packet was received in the last polling period. No collisions were detected. 4 At least one collision was detected on the port in the last polling period. No packets were transmitted and no packets were received. 5 At least one packet was transmitted, and at least one collision was detected in the last polling period. No packets were received. 6 At least one packet was received, and at least one collision was detected in the last polling period. No packets were transmitted. 7 At least one packet was transmitted, at least one packet was received, and at least one collision was detected in the last polling period. The Port Configuration view also displays the device port types. Table 4 lists the possible types. Table 4: Device Port Types Port Type Description other cddi fddi tppmd None of the following CDDI (UDP FDDI) FDDI (Multi Mode Fiber FDDI) ANSI Standard UTP FDDI Device Management Page 24 Cisco Catalyst 1400

24 Device View Table 4: Device Port Types Port Type mlt3 sddi smf e10baset e10basef scf e100basetx e100baset4 e100basef atm OC3mmf atm OC3smf atm OC3utp Description MLT-3 UTP FDDI STP FDDI Single Mode Fiber FDDI UTP EthernetNet Fiber EthernetNet Small Connector Fiber FDDI UTP Fast Ethernet Cat5 UTP Fast Ethernet Cat3 Fiber Fast Ethernet Multi Mode Fiber OC3 ATM SMF Single Mode Fiber OC3 ATM UTP OC3 ATM Physical Device View Figure 10 shows a static image of the device and the modules installed in the chassis. When either of these modules is selected, The Icon Subviews menu provides access to the Module Notes view and Module Configuration view described in Figure 5, and the Logical Device View section. Device Views These views display icons and labels that represent the device, its modules and ports or interfaces, and applications. This view is described in general under SPECTRUM Views within the SPECTRUM online documentation. The information provided within this document is specific to this device. Device Management Page 25 Cisco Catalyst 1400

25 Device View Device Views Device Topology View This view (Figure 9) displays icons that represent the device, its ports or interfaces, and the devices Figure 9: and LAN networks that contain those devices connected to its ports. It is described in SPECTRUM Views. Devtop View *File View Options Help Model Name Model Type 1 ON Ethernet Bd.Pt ON Ethernet Bd.Pt ON Ethernet Bd.Pt ON Ethernet Bd.Pt 2.4 0:0:0:0 0 0:0:0:0 0 0:0:0:0 0 0:0:0:0 0 Device Management Page 26 Cisco Catalyst 1400

26 Device View Device Views Figure 10: Cisco Catalyst 1400 Physical Device View Primary Landscape 0x VNM Host - Machine File View Help Model Name Contact Description Location Network Address Primary Application System Up-Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Power VAC 3.3/1.8 A 60/50 Hz SLOT WS-X1444 WS-X SLOT 2 Logical Module Icon representing module in Slot 2 Logical Module Icon representing module in Slot 1 Device Management Page 27 Cisco Catalyst 1400

27 Device View Device Views Interface Device View This view displays icons (Figure 11) that represent the interfaces for the Cisco 1400 Hub. Figure 11: Interface Device View File View Tools Bookmarks SpectroGRAPH: Name Contact Description Location Network Address Primary Application System Up Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Model Name Find Phy Addr Model Type Interface Description 1 ON Ethernet Bd.Pt 2.1 0:0:0:0 0 2 ON Ethernet Bd.Pt 2.2 0:0:0:0 0 3 ON Ethernet 5 ON Ethernet Bd.Pt 2.5 0:0:0:0 0 6 ON Ethernet Bd.Pt 2.6 0:0:0:0 0 7 ON Ethernet Device Management Page 28 Cisco Catalyst 1400

28 Device View Device Views Interface Icons This section describes the icons that represent the front panel interfaces on the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub modules. Figure 12 shows the interface icon and its labels/double-click zones. Interface Number Label This label identifies this interface. The number represents the interface number on this module. Figure 12: Interface Icon (a) (b) (f) 2 ON Ethernet Bd.Pt (c) (d) g ( ) (e) a Interface Number Label b Administrative Status Label c Port Type Label d Module and Port Number Label e Gauge Label (see Figure 13) f Board Port Identifier Label g Physical Address Label Device Management Page 29 Cisco Catalyst 1400

29 Device View Device Views Administrative Status Label This label displays the administrative state of this port. Table 5: Module Status Descriptions Color Status Description Blue Other None of the following Green OK Status is okay Yellow MinorFault Minor problem Red MajorFault Major problem Port Type Label This label displays the type of network interface module. For example: FDDI. Physical Address Label Shows the physical address Module and Port Number Label Displays the number or slot for the module within the chassis and the port this interface icon represents. Gauge Label Displays the statistic selected from the Gauge Control Panel described in the SPECTRUM Views documentation and provides double-click access to the Interface Performance view (Figure 13). Board and Port Identifier Label Defines the Module and Port Number label. Device Management Page 30 Cisco Catalyst 1400

30 Device View Device Views Figure 13: Interface Performance View File View Tools Bookmarks SpectroGRAPH: Model IP Address System Up-Time Contact Interface Type Description Interface Index Location Primary Application MIB-II May 12, 00 12:33:15 Log Value Average Peak Value Load at May1212:33:15 * Packet Rate at May 12 12:33:15 %Error % Discarded at at May 12 12:33:15 May 12 12:33: Graph Properties Scroll to Date-Time Transmit Detail 00:40:00 00:30:00 00:20:00 00:10:00 Receive Alarms Config Events * Graph x 1000 Threshold Device Management Page 31 Cisco Catalyst 1400

31 Configuration Views Configuration Views This section describes the following Configuration views available for the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub. These views display network configuration and operating information for the device and its interfaces. Device Configuration View Catalyst Stack System Configuration View Model Information View Device Configuration View The Device Configuration view is accessible from the Universe Topology view by highlighting the device icon to be modeled then opening the View menu and selecting Icon Subviews> Configuration. Alternatively, double-click on the model name of the device icon. Figure 14 provides two areas of information on the configuration and operating status of this device. They are described in the following sections. Device Configuration Information This section of the Device Configuration view displays the following device-specific information: Device Name Displays the user-defined or default name for this device. Contact Status Displays the status of the device. Possible states are: Established, Lost, or Initial. Number of Interfaces Displays the number of interfaces for the device. IF Address Translation This button accesses the IF Address Translation Table. This table cross-references device IP addresses to device MAC (Ethernet) addresses for selected nodes between networks. Double-click on Device Management Page 32 Cisco Catalyst 1400

32 Configuration Views a column entry to open an address-specific Address Translation Table Information view, which allows you to alter the index or addresses. Redundancy and Reconfig Options This button accesses an option screen (Figure 15) that offers the administrator several options, including the option to automatically reconfigure interfaces and re-discover the device after a reconfig. You can also generate redundancy alarms, topologically relocate the model, reconfig due to LINK UP/DOWN events, and enable or disable the redundancy administrative status. Device Management Page 33 Cisco Catalyst 1400

33 Configuration Views Figure 14: Device Configuration view File View Tools Bookmarks SpectroGRAPH: Help Model Name Contact Description Location Primary Address Device Configuration View Network Address Preferred Addresses System Up-Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Device Name Contact Status Established Number of Interfaces Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration Options Interface Address Translation Sort Find Interface Configuration Table Update Print Index Description Type Bandwidth Physical Address Operation St 1 AMD Formac+ fddi fddi B.E0.0.D8 up 2 AMD Formac+ fddi fddi B.E0.0.D8 down 3 AMD Formac+ fddi fddi B.E0.0.D8 down Device Management Page 34 Cisco Catalyst 1400

34 Configuration Views Figure 15: Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration Options view File View Tools Bookmarks SpectroGRAPH: Help Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration Options Model Name Network Address Preferred Addresses Primary Address Redundancy Admin Status Disabled Generate Redundancy Alarms? True Automatically Reconfigure Interfaces? True Create Sub-Interfaces? True Reconfigure due to LINK UP/DOWN events? True Topologically Relocate Model? True Device discovery after Reconfiguration? Reconfigure Model True Button Explanations Discover LANs Device Management Page 35 Cisco Catalyst 1400

35 Configuration Views Interface Configuration Table This table within the Device Configuration view provides the following configuration information for the device and each port: Index Displays the interface number. Interface Type Table 6: Description Provides a description of the interface or port. Type Displays the type of interface. Table 6 lists the possible interface types. Interface Types Description Other None of the following Reg1822 Regular 1822 HDH1822 HDLC Distant Host protocol DDNX25 Defense Data Network X.25 rfc877x25 RFC877 X.25 Ethernet Ethernet CSMA/CD iso88023 ISO CSMA/CD iso88024 ISO token bus iso88025 ISO token ring iso88026 ISO man starlan StarLAN IEEE Prot10MB ProNET 10 Mbps Prot80MB ProNET 80 Mbps HyChan Hyperchannel Device Management Page 36 Cisco Catalyst 1400

36 Configuration Views Table 6: Interface Types (Continued) Interface Type Description FDDI Fiber Distributed Data Interface LAPB X.25 Line Access Procedure, Balanced SDLC IBM Synchronous Data Link Control protocol T1 T1 link (USA and Japan) CEPT T1 link (Europe) BasicISDN Basic Integrated Services Digital Network PrimISDN Proprietary Integrated Services Digital Network PPSerial Proprietary Point to Point Serial PPP Point to Point Protocol SFTWARLPBK Software Loopback CLNPoverIP Connectionless Network Protocol over IP Enet3MB Ethernet 3 Mbps XNSoverIP Xerox Network Service Protocol over IP SLIP GenericSerialLineIP ULTRA ULTRA Technologies T-3 T3 link SMDS Switched Multimegabit Data Service FrameRelay T1 Frame relay Bandwidth Displays the estimated bandwidth of the interface measured in bits per second. For interfaces that do not vary in bandwidth, or for which no accurate estimate can be made, a nominal bandwidth is provided. Device Management Page 37 Cisco Catalyst 1400

37 Configuration Views System Configuration View-Catalyst Stack Physical Address Displays the physical (MAC) address of the interface or port. Operation Status Displays the current operational state of this interface or port (Up, Down, or Testing). Note: Admin Status Displays the administrative status for this interface. Possible states are: On, Off, and Test. Last Change Displays the value of SysUpTime at the time the interface entered its current operational state. If the current state was entered prior to the last reinitialization of the local network management subsystem, then this object contains a zero value. Queue Length Displays the length of the outbound packet queue in packets. Packet Size To see the following columns in the table, you will need to scroll to the right. Displays the largest Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) that can be transmitted or received by the port, measured in octets. System Configuration View- Catalyst Stack This view (Figure 16) and its subviews provide system configuration information. To access this view, do the following: Within the Application view, highlight the CATStackApp icon and double click in the model type name field as shown below. Name Field Model Name HubCat1400 CATStackApp CATStackApp Device Management Page 38 Cisco Catalyst 1400

38 Configuration Views Figure 16: Catalyst Stack System Configuration view File View Tools Bookmarks SpectroGRAPH: _Catalyst Stack Help System Configuration--Catalyst Stack Model Name Contact Description Location Network Address Primary Application MIB II System Up-Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Mgmt Type Attach Type Enable Redirects Net Mask Insert Mode Enable Modem Broadcast Reset Enable RMON Baud Rate Traffic ARP Aging Time Clear Mac Time Clear Port Time Clear MAC Clear Ports Chassis Modules Ports Device Management Page 39 Cisco Catalyst 1400

39 Configuration Views The following information fields are available: Mgmt Type Displays the type of network management running on the device. Possible management types include: Other (none of the following), snmpv1, smux (SNMP MUX sub-agent), and snmpv2v1 (bi-lingual SNMP). Net Mask Displays the subnet mask for the device. Broadcast Displays the broadcast address of the device. Baud Rate Displays the baud rate of the device s RS-232 port in bits per second. Clear Mac Time Displays the amount of time (in hundredths of a second) since the MAC counters were last cleared. Device Management Page 40 Cisco Catalyst 1400

40 Configuration Views Clear MAC Allows you to initiate the clearing of the MAC counters and to reset the Clear Mac value to zero. Clear Port Time Displays the amount of time, displayed in hundredths of a second, since the port counters were last cleared. Attach Type This button allows you to change the attachment type of the FDDI connection to the device. Table 7 lists the possible attachment types. New attach type settings will not take effect until the concentrator is reset using the reset button described below. Clear Ports Allows you to initiate the clearing of the port counters and to reset the Clear Port value to zero. Table 7: Possible Attach Types Attach Type Other DualAttach SingleAttach NullAttach None of the following. Definition The first FDDI port is configured as an A port, the second as a B port. The first FDDI port is configured as an S port, the second as an M port. The first two FDDI ports are configured as M ports. Insert Mode This button allows you to select the mode for inserting M-ports into the concentrator ring. Possible insertion modes are: Other (none of the following), Standard, Scheduled, and Graceful. Device Management Page 41 Cisco Catalyst 1400

41 Configuration Views Reset This button allows you to initiate a reset of the control logic of all modules in the device. The default is Other. Traffic Displays the percentage of bandwidth utilization on the network for the previous polling interval. Enable Redirects Allows you to select whether the device is able to send or receive ICMP redirect messages. Enable Modem Allows you to select whether this device s RS-232 port modem control lines are enabled or disabled. Enable Rmon Allows you to select whether this SNMP agent supports the RMON MIB. ARP Aging Time Displays the Aging Time (in milliseconds) for the ARP Table. Chassis Opens the Catalyst Stack Chassis Information view described later in this section. Modules Opens the Catalyst Stack Modules Table, described later in this section. Ports Opens the Catalyst Stack Ports Table described later in this section. Chassis Information-Catalyst Stack This view provides information about the physical device. To access this view, click the Chassis button in the Catalyst Stack System Configuration view. The Chassis Information view provides the following information: Model Displays the manufacturer s model number for the chassis. Device Management Page 42 Cisco Catalyst 1400

42 Configuration Views System Type Displays the type of chassis system. Table 8 lists the possible system types for this device. Table 8: Possible System Types for the Cisco Catalyst 1400 System Type Description other wsc1000 wsc1001 wsc1100 wsc5000 wsc2900 wsc5500 wsc5002 wsc1200 wsc1400 wsc6506 wsc6509 wsc2948g wsc4912g wsc5500e wsc5505 wsc2926 none of the following 2+8 Port CDDI Concentrator 2+8 Port FDDI Concentrator 2+16 Port FDDI/CDDI Concentrator 5 slot Switch Closed 2 slot Switch 13 slot Switch 2 slot Switch 2+8 Port FDDI/Ethernet Switch 2 slot FDDI/CDDI Concentrator 6 slot switch 9 slot switch Closed 2 slot switch Closed 2 slot switch 13 slot switch 5 slot switch Closed 2 slot switch Device Management Page 43 Cisco Catalyst 1400

43 Configuration Views Table 8: Possible System Types for the Cisco Catalyst 1400 System Type Description wsc5509 wsc6006 wsc6009 wsc slot switch 6 slot switch 9 slot switch 3 slot switch Backplane Displays the chassis backplane type for the device. Possible backplane types are: Other, FDDI, and FDDI+Ethernet; 1.2 Gb, 3.6 Gb, 3.6 Gigabit_Enhanced, 12 Gb and 16 Gb. Number Slots Displays the number of slots for plug-in modules in the device. Power Supplies This section of the Chassis Information view provides the following information about the device s power supplies: #1 Type Displays the type of power supply installed as the first power supply for the device. Possible power supply types are: Other, None, 50w, 200w, 600w, 80w, 120w, 130w, 175w, 175w with PFC, 175w dc, 1000w dc, 1300w dc, 120w external. #1 Status Displays the current status of the power supply installed as the first power supply. Possible statuses are: Other, OK, MinorFault, and MajorFault. For more information on fault conditions, refer to the Test Results field. #1 Test Results Displays the current status of the test result for the power supply installed as the first power supply. A zero indicates that the supply passed all tests. #2 Type Displays the type of power supply installed as the second power supply for the device. Possible power supply types are:other, None, 50w, 200w, Device Management Page 44 Cisco Catalyst 1400

44 Configuration Views 600w, 80w, 120w, 130w, 175w, 175w with PFC, 175w dc, 1000w dc, 1300w dc, 120w external. #2 Status Displays the current status of the power supply installed as the second power supply. Possible statuses are: Other, OK, MinorFault, and MajorFault. #2 Test Results Displays the current status of the test result for the power supply installed as the second power supply. A zero indicates that the supply passed all tests. Fan This section of the Chassis Information view provides the following information about the device s cooling fan: Status Displays the current status of the devices fan. Possible states are: Other, OK, MinorFault, and MajorFault. Test Result Displays the test results from the last completed test of the devices fan. A zero indicates that the fan passed all tests. Refer to your hardware s documentation for definitions of the error conditions. Alarms The Alarms portion of the Chassis Information view provides information about any physical status alarms detected for the device. Possible alarm states for each of the fields listed below are: Off and On. Temp Displays the current status of the temperature alarm for this device. Options are On, Off and Critical. Minor Displays the current status of the minor alarms for this device. Major Displays the current status of the major alarms for this device. Catalyst Stack Modules Table This table provides module identification information. To access the Catalyst Stack Modules table, click the Modules button in the Catalyst Stack System Configuration view. Double-click on any table entry to access the Catalyst Stack Module Table view for that entry. The Catalyst Stack Modules table provides the following information for each module: Device Management Page 45 Cisco Catalyst 1400

45 Configuration Views Index Displays the slot number in which the module is inserted in the chassis. Valid entries are: 1 and 2. Type Displays the type of module. Table 9 shows the possible module types. Table 9: Possible Module Types for the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Module Type wsx1441 wsx1444 wsx1450 wsx1483 wsx1454 wsx1455 wsx1431 wsx1465 wsx1436 wsx1434 Description 8 port Multi Mode FDDI (MIC connector) 8 port Single Mode FDDI (ST connector) 2 port MM FDDI (MIC), 12 port CDDI (RJ-45) 16 port CDDI (RJ-45 connector) 2 port SM FDDI (ST), 12 port CDDI (RJ-45) 10 port MM FDDI (SC connector) 4 port Multi Mode FDDI (MIC connector) 2 port MM FDDI (SC), 12 port CDDI (RJ-45) 4 port SM FDDI (ST), 4 port MM FDDI (MIC) 4 port Single Mode FDDI (ST connector) Serial Nbr Displays the serial number for the module. Status Displays the current status of the module. Name Displays the user-defined or default model name for the module. Num Ports Displays the number of ports for the module. Device Management Page 46 Cisco Catalyst 1400

46 Configuration Views Model Displays the manufacturer s model number for the chassis. Soft Ver Displays the current version of software. Figure 17: Catalyst Stack Modules Table view SpectroGRAPH: _Catalyst Stack File View Tools Bookmarks Help Catalyst Stack Modules Table Sort Find Update Print Index Type Serial Nbr Status Name Ports Mo Firm Ver Displays the current version of firmware. Hard Ver Displays the current version of hardware. Catalyst Stack Ports Table This table provides the list of port entries determined by the number of modules in the chassis and the number of ports in each module. Device Management Page 47 Cisco Catalyst 1400

47 Configuration Views To access the Catalyst Stack Ports table click the Ports button in the Catalyst Stack System Configuration view. Double-click any table entry to access the entryspecific Port Table view, described in Device View. The Catalyst Stack Ports table provides the following information: Module Displays the unique integer identifier of the module where this port is located. This number is the same as the slot number in which the module is installed. Index Displays the unique integer identifier of this port within its module. This value is determined by the location of the port on the module. Name Displays the user-defined name assigned to this port. Type Identifies the port in terms of the medium it supports. Table 10 lists the possible port types. Table 10: Possible Port Types Port Type Other cddi fddi tppmd mlt3 sddi smf E10BaseT E10BaseF Description None of the following CDDI (UTP FDDI) Multi Mode fiber FDDI ANSI standard UTP FDDI MLT-3 UTP FDDI STP FDDI Single Mode fiber FDDI UTP Ethernet Fiber Ethernet Device Management Page 48 Cisco Catalyst 1400

48 Configuration Views Table 10: Possible Port Types (Continued) E100BaseTX scf Fast UTP Ethernet Small-connector fiber FDDI Status Displays the current operational status of this port. Possible states are: Other, Ok, MinorFault, and MajorFault. Additional Status Displays an integer representing additional information on the status of this port. Table 11 provides definitions of the additional status values. Table 11: Additional Status Definitions Additional Status Value Definition 0 Initial Value, or no activity was detected on the port in the last polling period. 1 At least one packet was transmitted by the port in the last polling period. No packets were received and no collisions were detected. 2 At least one packet was received by the port in the last polling period. No packets were transmitted and no collisions were detected. 3 At least one packet was transmitted, and at least one packet was received in the last polling period. No collisions were detected. 4 At least one collision was detected on the port in the last polling period. No packets were transmitted and no packets were received. 5 At least one packet was transmitted, and at least one collision was detected in the last polling period. No packets were received. Device Management Page 49 Cisco Catalyst 1400

49 Configuration Views Model Information View Table 11: Additional Status Definitions 6 At least one packet was received, and at least one collision was detected in the last polling period. No packets were transmitted. 7 At least one packet was transmitted, at least one packet was received, and at least one collision was detected in the last polling period. Model Information View This view (Figure 18) provides full detail of the device being modeled. Access is from the Application view: highlight the hub being polled and select View>Icon Subviews>Model Information. For a general description of a Model Information view refer to SPECTRUM Views within the Device Management documentation. Device Management Page 50 Cisco Catalyst 1400

50 Configuration Views Model Information View Figure 18: Model Information View File View Tools Bookmarks SpectroGRAPH: Help Model Name Contact Description Location General Information MM Name Catalyst 1400 MM Part Number MM Version Number Model Type HubCat1400 Model Creation Time Model Created By Auto Discovery Model State Active Security String Condition Normal Condition Value 0 Contact Status Established Lost Child Count Value When Yellow 1 Value When Orange 3 Value When Red 7 Network Address Primary Application MIB II System Up-Time Manufacturer Serial Number Communications Information LOGGED DCM Timeout DCM Retry Community Name Mgmt Protocol Poll/Log Information Poll Interval Polling Status Last Successfull Poll Log Ratio Public SNMP 300 True POLLED Device Management Page 51 Cisco Catalyst 1400

51 Event and Alarm Messages Event and Alarm Messages This section lists the types of events and alarms generated by the Cisco Catalyst 1400 Hub and provides any probable cause messages corresponding to these alarms. Device Events and Alarms Table 12 lists the SPECTRUM database directory paths and the messages displayed for the Event Log and Alarm Manager when applicable. Table 12: Catalyst Switch Events and Alarms Message in the Event Log Alarm View Probable Cause Message CsEvFormat/Event {d %w- %d %m-, %Y - %T } - A(n) {t} device, named {m}, has been cold started. (event [{e}]) CsEvFormat/Event {d %w- %d %m-, %Y - %T } - A(n) {t} device, named {m}, has been warm started. (event [{e}]) No probable cause message. No probable cause message. Device Management Page 52 Cisco Catalyst 1400

52 Event and Alarm Messages Table 12: Catalyst Switch Events and Alarms (Continued) Message in the Event Log CsEvFormat/Event {d %w- %d %m-, %Y - %T } - A(n) {t} device, named {m}, has detected a communication Link Down. (event [{e}]) CsEvFormat/Event {d %w- %d %m-, %Y - %T } - A(n) {t} device, named {m}, has detected a communication Link Up. (event [{e}]) CsEvFormat/Event a {d %w- %d %m-, %Y - %T } - A(n) {t} device, named {m}, has detected an Authentication Failure. (event [{e}]) CsEvFormat/Event b {d %w- %d %m-, %Y - %T } - A(n) {t} device, named {m}, has detected an EGP Neighbor Loss. EGP Neighbor IP address is {0 1}. (event [{e}]) Alarm View Probable Cause Message CsPCause/Prob Communication link is down. CsPCause/Prob No probable cause message. CsPCause/Prob a Authorization failure. Other user is trying to connect to device with an invalid community string. CsPCause/Prob b Lost contact with EGP neighbor. Device Management Page 53 Cisco Catalyst 1400

53 Event and Alarm Messages Table 12: Catalyst Switch Events and Alarms (Continued) Message in the Event Log Alarm View Probable Cause Message CsEvFormat/Event11c0000 {d "%w- %d %m-, %Y - %T"} - A Catalyst switch, {t} (name - {m}) has been reloaded. SystemUpTime = {I 1}. - (event [{e}]) CsEvFormat/Event11c0001 {d "%w- %d %m-, %Y - %T"} - A Catalyst switch, {t} (name - {m}) has reported the end of a TCP session. - (event [{e}]) No probable cause message. No probable cause message. CsEvFormat/Event11c0002 {d "%w- %d %m-, %Y - %T"} - A Catalyst switch, {t} (name - {m}) has reporteda module is up - (event [{e}]) CsEvFormat/Event11c0003 {d "%w- %d %m-, %Y - %T"} - A Catalyst switch, {t} (name - {m}) has reported a module is down - (event [{e}]) CsEvFormat/Event11c0004 {d "%w- %d %m-, %Y - %T"} - A Catalyst switch, {t} (name - {m}) has reported Chassis Alarm is On -(event [{e}]) CsEvFormat/Event11c0005 {d "%w- %d %m-, %Y - %T"} - A Catalyst switch, {t} (name - {m}) has reported Chassis Alarm is Off - (event [{e}]) No probable cause message. CsPCause/Prob11c0003. CsPCause/Prob11c0004. No probable cause message. Device Management Page 54 Cisco Catalyst 1400

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