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FAQ-How to statistic PPPoE PDU on Smart MA5600 with V800R002C01B070

Publication Date:  2012-07-24 Views:  51 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
How to statistic PPPoE PDU on Smart MA5600 V800R002C01B070?
Our DSLAM transmit PPPoE traffics transparently by hardware forward (MAC+VLAN) when DSLAM just use pure PPPoE service. Whereas you want to statistic PPPoE PDU on our DSLAM, you must enable PITP function.
      
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Handling Process
A:
You can through enable PITP function for capture PPPoE PDU by service-board.
1.Need to confirm whether the PITP function was opened or not, because service-board is going to capture PPPoE PDU when this PITP function is enabled.
MA5600(config)#display pitp config                                         
PITP is enabled. Current mode:pmode  
2.Enter into diagnose mode, and open dbwin:
MA5600(config)#diagnose                                                    
MA5600(diagnose)%%dbwin enable
3.  Open switch for capture PPPoE PDU:
MA5600(diagnose)%%dbwin send 0x8f 0x50 1                                  
 { <cr>|para3<H><0x...><0x0,0xffffffff> }:                                        Command:                                                                        
dbwin send 0x8f 0x50 1                                                 
[13:05:07.610]Send cmd to module 0x8f.Cmd:0x50,SubCmd:0x1,Para1:0x41fe2403,Para2:0xa09fc801             [13:05:07.620]PPPOE packet statistics
Now, you can see those PDU (PADI,PADO,PADR,PADS) of PPPoE detailedly
4.Don't forget to close print output, that will severely influence the performance of system.
MA5600(diagnose)%%dbwin send 0x8f 0x50 0                                   
{ <cr>|para3<H><0x...><0x0,0xffffffff> }:                                         Command:                                                                       
dbwin send 0x8f 0x50 0                                                  
[13:07:04.140]Send cmd to module 0x8f.Cmd:0x50,SubCmd:0x0,Para1:0x41fe2403,Para2:0xa09fc801     
      
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