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CLI-based Configuration Guide - Interface Management

AR100, AR120, AR160, AR1200, AR2200, AR3200, and AR3600 V300R003

This document provides the basic concepts, configuration procedures, and configuration examples of the interfaces supported by the device.
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Setting Physical Attributes for a Synchronous Serial Interface

Setting Physical Attributes for a Synchronous Serial Interface

Context

A serial interface can function as a DTE interface or a DCE interface. When functioning as a DTE, the device receives clock signals from a DCE.

Physical attributes of a synchronous serial interface have default values. To modify these parameters, perform the following steps.

Procedure

  • Setting physical attributes for a synchronous serial interface functioning as a DTE interface

    NOTE:

    Step 7 and Step 8 can not be configured on the same serial interface.

    1. Run system-view

      The system view is displayed.

    2. Run interface serial interface-number

      The serial interface view is displayed.

    3. Run physical-mode sync

      The serial interface is configured to work in synchronous mode.

      By default, a serial interface works in synchronous mode.

    4. Run virtualbaudrate baudrate

      The virtual baud rate is set for the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, the virtual baud rate of a synchronous serial interface is 64000 bit/s.

    5. Run clock dte { dteclk1 | dteclk2 | dteclk3 }

      The clock mode is set for a synchronous serial interface on the DTE.

      By default, the clock mode of a synchronous serial interface is dteclk1 on the DTE.

    6. Run invert transmit-clock

      The device is configured to invert clock signals transmitted by the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, clock signals transmitted by a synchronous serial interface are not inverted.

    7. Run invert receive-clock

      The device is configured to invert clock signals received by the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, clock signals received by a synchronous serial interface are not inverted.

    8. Run invert receive-clock auto

      The device is configured to automatically invert clock signals received by the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, clock signals received by a synchronous serial interface are not inverted.

    9. Run detect dsr-dtr

      Detection of DSR and DTR signals is enabled on the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, detection of DSR and DTR signals is enabled on a synchronous serial interface.

    10. Run detect dcd

      Detection of DCD signals is enabled on the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, detection of DCD signals is enabled on a synchronous serial interface.

    11. Run reverse-rts

      The device is configured to invert RTS signals of the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, RTS signals of a synchronous serial interface are not inverted.

  • Setting physical attributes for a synchronous serial interface functioning as a DCE interface

    NOTE:

    Step 7 and Step 8 can not be configured on the same serial interface.

    1. Run system-view

      The system view is displayed.

    2. Run interface serial interface-number

      The serial interface view is displayed.

    3. Run physical-mode sync

      The serial interface is configured to work in synchronous mode.

      By default, a serial interface works in synchronous mode.

    4. Run baudrate baudrate

      The baud rate is set for the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, the virtual baud rate of a synchronous serial interface is 64000 bit/s.

    5. Run clock dce { dceclk1 | dceclk2 | dceclk3 }

      The clock mode is set for a synchronous serial interface on the DCE.

      By default, the clock mode of a synchronous serial interface is dceclk1 on the DCE.

    6. Run invert transmit-clock

      The device is configured to invert clock signals transmitted by the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, clock signals transmitted by a synchronous serial interface are not inverted.

    7. Run invert receive-clock

      The device is configured to invert clock signals received by the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, clock signals received by a synchronous serial interface are not inverted.

    8. Run invert receive-clock auto

      The device is configured to automatically invert clock signals received by the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, clock signals received by a synchronous serial interface are not inverted.

    9. Run detect dsr-dtr

      Detection of DSR and DTR signals is enabled on the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, detection of DSR and DTR signals is enabled on a synchronous serial interface.

    10. Run detect dcd

      Detection of DCD signals is enabled on the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, detection of DCD signals is enabled on a synchronous serial interface.

    11. Run reverse-rts

      The device is configured to invert RTS signals of the synchronous serial interface.

      By default, RTS signals of a synchronous serial interface are not inverted.

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