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Contents

NQA commands· 1

NQA client commands· 1

allowed-loss-ratio· 1

community read· 1

data-fill 2

data-size· 3

description· 4

destination host 5

destination ip· 6

destination ipv6· 7

destination mac· 8

destination port 9

display nqa history· 10

display nqa reaction counters· 11

display nqa result 13

display nqa statistics· 19

display nqa twamp-light client 24

display nqa twamp-light client statistics· 28

display nqa twamp-light client test-session reaction counters· 31

exchange-port enable· 33

expect data· 33

expect ip· 34

expect ipv6· 35

expect status· 35

filename· 36

frame-size· 37

frequency· 37

high-performance-mode· 38

history-record enable· 39

history-record keep-time· 40

history-record number 40

init-ttl 41

key· 42

mailbox· 42

max-failure· 43

mode· 44

mpls-simulation enable· 44

next-hop ip· 45

next-hop ipv6· 46

no-fragment enable· 46

nqa· 47

nqa agent enable· 48

nqa report-ftp· 48

nqa schedule· 49

nqa template· 51

nqa twamp-light client 52

nqa twamp-light sender 52

operation (FTP operation view) 53

operation (HTTP/HTTPS operation view) 54

out interface· 55

password· 55

priority 8021p· 56

probe count 57

probe duration· 58

probe interval 59

probe packet-interval 59

probe packet-number 60

probe packet-timeout 61

probe timeout 61

raw-request 62

reaction checked-element { jitter-ds | jitter-sd } 63

reaction checked-element { owd-ds | owd-sd } 64

reaction checked-element packet-loss· 65

reaction checked-element probe-duration· 66

reaction checked-element probe-fail (for trap) 68

reaction checked-element probe-fail (for trigger) 69

reaction checked-element rtt 70

reaction checked-element two-way-delay· 71

reaction checked-element two-way-jitter 72

reaction checked-element two-way-loss· 74

reaction trap· 75

reaction trigger per-probe· 76

reaction trigger probe-fail 76

reaction trigger probe-pass· 77

reset nqa twamp-light statistics· 78

resolve-target 78

resolve-type· 79

route-option bypass-route· 80

source interface (frame loss/latency/throughput/TWAMP Light client-session view) 81

source interface (ICMP echo/UDP tracert operation view) 82

source ip· 83

source ipv6· 84

source mac· 85

source port 86

speed granularity· 87

speed init 88

ssl-client-policy· 88

start (frame loss/latency/throughput operation view) 89

start (TWAMP Light sender view) 90

statistics hold-time· 91

statistics interval 92

statistics max-group· 93

stop (frame loss/latency/throughput operation view) 93

stop (TWAMP Light sender view) 94

test-session (Twamp Light client view) 94

timestamp-format 95

tos· 96

ttl 97

type· 98

url 99

username· 100

version· 100

vlan· 101

vpn-instance· 102

NQA server commands· 103

display nqa reflector 103

display nqa server 105

display nqa twamp-light responder 106

nqa reflector 108

nqa server enable· 110

nqa server tcp-connect 110

nqa server udp-echo· 111

nqa twamp-light responder 113

test-session (Twamp Light responder view) 113

 


NQA commands

 

 

NOTE:

TWAMP Light takes effect only when the TCAM operates in the mix mode. For more information about TCAM operating mode, see device management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

NQA client commands

allowed-loss-ratio

Use allowed-loss-ratio to set the maximum allowed frame loss ratio.

Use undo allowed-loss-ratio to restore the default.

Syntax

allowed-loss-ratio ratio

undo allowed-loss-ratio

Default

The maximum allowed frame loss ratio is 1/10000.

Views

Throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ratio: Specifies the maximum allowed frame loss ratio, 1/10000 or 1/1000000000.

Usage guidelines

# Set the maximum allowed frame loss ratio to 1/1000000000 for the throughput operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] allowed-loss-ratio 1/1000000000

community read

Use community read to specify the community name for the SNMP operation.

Use undo community read to restore the default.

Syntax

community read { cipher | simple } community-name

undo community read

Default

The SNMP operation uses community name public.

Views

SNMP operation view

SNMP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

cipher: Specifies a community name in encrypted form.

simple: Specifies a community name in plaintext form. For security purposes, the community name specified in plaintext form will be stored in encrypted form.

community-name: Specifies the community name. Its plaintext form is a case-sensitive string of 1 to 32 characters. Its encrypted form is a case-sensitive string of 33 to 73 characters.

Usage guidelines

You must specify the community name for the SNMP operation when both of the following conditions exist:

·     The SNMP operation uses the SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c agent.

·     The SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c agent is configured with a read-only or read-write community name.

The specified community name must be the same as the community name configured on the SNMP agent.

The community name configuration is not required if the SNMP operation uses the SNMPv3 agent.

For more information about SNMP, see "Configuring SNMP."

Examples

# Specify readaccess as the community name for the SNMP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type snmp

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-snmp] community read simple readaccess

data-fill

Use data-fill to configure the payload fill string for probe packets.

Use undo data-fill to restore the default.

Syntax

data-fill string

undo data-fill

Default

The default payload fill string is the hexadecimal string 00010203040506070809.

Views

ICMP/UDP echo operation view

ICMP/TCP/UDP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

string: Specifies a case-sensitive string of 1 to 200 characters.

Usage guidelines

If the payload length is smaller than the string length, only the first part of the string is filled. For example, if you configure the string as abcd and set the payload size to 3 bytes, abc is filled.

If the payload length is greater than the string length, the system fills the payload with the string cyclically until the payload is full. For example, if you configure the string as abcd and set the payload size to 6 bytes, abcdab is filled.

How the string is filled depends on the operation type.

·     For the ICMP echo operation, the string fills the whole payload of an ICMP echo request.

·     For the UDP echo operation, the first five bytes of the payload of a UDP packet are for special purpose. The string fills the remaining part of payload.

Examples

# Specify abcd as the payload fill string for ICMP echo requests.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] data-fill abcd

# In TCP template view, specify abcd as the payload fill string for probe packets.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template tcp tcptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-tcp-tcptplt] data-fill abcd

data-size

Use data-size to set the payload size for each probe packet.

Use undo data-size to restore the default.

Syntax

data-size size

undo data-size

Default

The default payload size of a probe packet for different operations is described in Table 1.

Table 1 Default payload size of a probe packet

Operation type

Codec type

Default size (bytes)

ICMP echo

N/A

100

UDP echo

N/A

100

UDP tracert

N/A

100

TWAMP Light

N/A

142

Views

ICMP/UDP echo operation view

UDP tracert operation view

ICMP/UDP template view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

size: Specifies the payload size in bytes. The value ranges vary by operation type and destination address type.

·     For NQA operations that use IPv4 destination addresses, the value range is 20 to 65507 for ICMP echo, UDP echo, and UDP tracert operations.

·     For NQA operations that use IPv6 destination addresses, the value range is 20 to 65503 for UDP echo operations.

·     44 to 1518 for TWAMP Light tests.

Usage guidelines

In TWAMP Light tests, the payload size cannot be larger than the MTU size of any interface on the test link.

Examples

# Set the payload size to 80 bytes for each ICMP echo request.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] data-size 80

# In ICMP template view, set the payload size to 80 bytes for each probe packet.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt] data-size 80

# In TWAMP Light client-session view, set the payload size to 80 bytes for each probe packet.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] data-size 80

description

Use description to configure a description for an NQA operation, such as the operation type or purpose.

Use undo description to restore the default.

Syntax

description text

undo description

Default

No description is configured for an NQA operation.

Views

Any NQA operation view

Any NQA template view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

text: Specifies a description, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 200 characters.

Examples

# Configure the description as icmp-probe for the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] description icmp-probe

# In ICMP template view, configure the description as icmp-probe for the NQA operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt] description icmp-probe

# In TWAMP Light client-session view, configure the description as twamp-probe for the NQA operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] description twamp-probe

destination host

Use destination host to configure the destination host name for the operation.

Use undo destination host to restore the default.

Syntax

destination host host-name

undo destination host

Default

No destination host name is configured for the operation.

Views

UDP tracert operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

host-name: Specifies the destination host name, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 254 characters. The host name can contain letters, digits, hyphens (-), underscores (_), and dots (.), but consecutive dots (.) are not allowed. If the host name is a series of dot-separated labels, each label can contain a maximum of 63 characters.

Examples

# Specify www.test.com as the destination host name for the UDP tracert operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-tracert

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-tracert] destination host www.test.com

destination ip

Use destination ip to configure the destination IPv4 address for the operation.

Use undo destination ip to restore the default.

Syntax

destination ip ipv4-address

undo destination ip

Default

No destination IPv4 address is configured for an operation.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

ARP/DNS/ICMP/IMAP/POP3/RADIUS/SMTP/SNMP/SSL/TCP/TCP half open/UDP template view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ipv4-address: Specifies the destination IPv4 address.

Usage guidelines

For path quality analysis operations to start successfully, configure the source and destination IP addresses as follows:

·     In a Layer 3 Ethernet and L3VPN network, configure both source and destination IP addresses.

·     In other networks, you must configure both of them or none of them. If they are configured, make sure the source and destination IP addresses are of the same IP version.

For the TWAMP Light test to start successfully in a Layer 2 or Layer 3 network, the source IP address, destination IP address, source port number, and destination port number must be all specified. In addition, for the test in the Layer 3 network, make sure the source and destination IP addresses can reach each other.

Examples

# Specify 10.1.1.2 as the destination IPv4 address for the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] destination ip 10.1.1.2

# In ICMP template view, specify 10.1.1.2 as the destination IPv4 address for the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt] destination ip 10.1.1.2

# In TWAMP Light client-session view, specify 10.1.1.2 as the destination IPv4 address for the TWAMP Light test.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] destination ip 10.1.1.2

destination ipv6

Use destination ipv6 to configure the destination IPv6 address for the operation.

Use undo destination ipv6 to restore the default.

Syntax

destination ipv6 ipv6-address

undo destination ipv6

Default

No destination IPv6 address is configured for an operation.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

UDP jitter operation view

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

DNS/ICMP/IMAP/POP3/RADIUS/SMTP/SNMP/SSL/TCP/TCP half open/UDP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ipv6-address: Specifies the destination IPv6 address. IPv6 link-local addresses are not supported.

ipv6-address1 to ipv6-address2: Specifies a destination IPv6 address range. The ipv6-address2 must be higher than the ipv6-address1. Between the two destination IPv6 addresses, only one octet difference is allowed and the value difference cannot exceed 127.

Usage guidelines

An MPLS simulation-enabled UDP jitter operation cannot use an IPv6 address as the destination address.

For path quality analysis operations to start successfully, configure the source and destination IP addresses as follows:

·     In a Layer 3 Ethernet and L3VPN network, configure both source and destination IP addresses.

·     In other networks, you must configure both of them or none of them. If they are configured, make sure the source and destination IP addresses are of the same IP version.

Examples

# In ICMP template view, specify 1::2 as the destination IPv6 address for the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt] destination ipv6 1::2

destination mac

Use destination mac to specify the destination MAC address for the operation.

Use undo destination mac to restore the default.

Syntax

Frame loss/latency/throughput/TWAMP Light operations:

destination mac mac-address

undo destination mac

Default

For the frame loss, latency, or throughput operation, the destination MAC address is 0023-8900-0001.

For the TWAMP Light test, no destination MAC address is specified.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

mac-address: Specifies the destination MAC address in the format H-H-H. For example, to use 000f-00e2-0001 as the destination MAC address, set this argument to f-e2-1.

Usage guidelines

To configure the TWAMP Light test in a Layer 2 network, specify both source and destination MAC addresses, and make sure they can reach each other at Layer 2.

Examples

# Specify 0001-0001-0002 as the destination MAC address for the throughput operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] destination mac 1-1-2

# In TWAMP Light client-session view, specify 0001-0001-0002 as the destination MAC address for the TWAMP Light test.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] destination mac 1-1-2

destination port

Use destination port to configure the destination port number for the operation.

Use undo destination port to restore the default.

Syntax

destination port port-number

undo destination port

Default

The destination port numbers for the following operations are as follows:

·     33434 for the UDP tracert operation.

·     161 for the SNMP operation.

·     7 for the frame loss, latency, and throughput operations.

The destination port numbers for the operations that use the following NQA templates are:

·     53 for the DNS template.

·     143 for the IMAP template.

·     110 for the POP3 template.

·     1812 for the RADIUS template.

·     25 for the SMTP template.

·     161 for the SNMP template.

No destination port number is configured for other types of operations.

Views

TCP/UDP echo/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

DNS/IMAP/POP3/RADIUS/SMTP/SNMP/SSL/TCP/UDP template view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

port-number: Specifies the destination port number, in the range of 1 to 65535.

Usage guidelines

For the TWAMP Light test to start successfully in a Layer 2 or Layer 3 network, the source IP address, destination IP address, source port number, and destination port number must be all specified. In addition, for the test in the Layer 3 network, make sure the source and destination IP addresses can reach each other.

Examples

# Set the destination port number to 9000 for the UDP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-echo] destination port 9000

# In TCP template view, set the destination port number to 9000 for the NQA operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template tcp tcptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-tcp-tcptplt] destination port 9000

# In TWAMP Light client-session view, set the destination port number to 9000 for the TWAMP Light test.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] destination port 9000

display nqa history

Use display nqa history to display the history records of NQA operations.

Syntax

display nqa history [ admin-name operation-tag ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

admin-name operation-tag: Specifies an NQA operation by its administrator name and operation tag. The admin-name argument represents the name of the administrator who creates the NQA operation. The operation-tag argument represents the operation tag. Each of the arguments is a case-insensitive string of 1 to 32 characters that cannot contain hyphens (-). If you do not specify an NQA operation, the command displays the history records of all NQA operations.

Usage guidelines

The display nqa history command does not display the results or statistics of the following operations:

·     Frame loss.

·     ICMP jitter.

·     Latency.

·     Throughput.

To view the results or statistics of the ICMP jitter operations, use the display nqa result or display nqa statistics command.

To view the results of the frame loss, latency, and throughput operations, use the display nqa result command.

Examples

# Display the history records of the UDP tracert operation with administrator name administrator and operation tag tracert.

<Sysname> display nqa history administrator tracert

NQA entry (admin administrator, tag tracert) history records:

Index      TTL  Response  Hop IP          Status          Time

1          2    328       4.1.1.1         Succeeded       2013-09-09 14:46:06.2

1          2    328       4.1.1.1         Succeeded       2013-09-09 14:46:05.2

1          2    328       4.1.1.1         Succeeded       2013-09-09 14:46:04.2

1          1    328       3.1.1.2         Succeeded       2013-09-09 14:46:03.2

1          1    328       3.1.1.1         Succeeded       2013-09-09 14:46:02.2

1          1    328       3.1.1.1         Succeeded       2013-09-09 14:46:01.2

# Display the history records of the NQA operation with administrator name administrator and operation tag test.

<Sysname> display nqa history administrator test

NQA entry (admin administrator, tag test) history records:

  Index      Response     Status           Time

  10         329          Succeeded        2011-04-29 20:54:26.5

  9          344          Succeeded        2011-04-29 20:54:26.2

  8          328          Succeeded        2011-04-29 20:54:25.8

  7          328          Succeeded        2011-04-29 20:54:25.5

  6          328          Succeeded        2011-04-29 20:54:25.1

  5          328          Succeeded        2011-04-29 20:54:24.8

  4          328          Succeeded        2011-04-29 20:54:24.5

  3          328          Succeeded        2011-04-29 20:54:24.1

  2          328          Succeeded        2011-04-29 20:54:23.8

  1          328          Succeeded        2011-04-29 20:54:23.4

Table 2 Command output

Field

Description

Index

History record ID.

The history records in one UDP tracert operation have the same ID.

TTL

If the routing table bypass feature is not enabled in the operation, this field displays the TTL value in the probe packet.

If the routing table bypass feature is enabled, the value of this field varies by the init-ttl command. However, the actual TTL value in the probe packet is fixed at 1.

Response

Round-trip time if the operation succeeds, timeout time upon timeout, or 0 if the operation cannot be completed, in milliseconds.

Hop IP

IP address of the node that sent the reply packet.

Status

Status of the operation result:

·     Succeeded.

·     Unknown error.

·     Internal error.

·     Timeout.

Time

Time when the operation was completed.

display nqa reaction counters

Use display nqa reaction counters to display the current monitoring results of reaction entries.

Syntax

display nqa reaction counters [ admin-name operation-tag [ item-number ] ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

admin-name operation-tag: Specifies an NQA operation by its administrator name and operation tag. The admin-name argument represents the name of the administrator who creates the NQA operation. The operation-tag argument represents the operation tag. Each of the arguments is a case-insensitive string of 1 to 32 characters that cannot contain hyphens (-). If you do not specify an NQA operation, the command displays the current monitoring results of reaction entries for all NQA operations.

item-number: Specifies a reaction entry by its ID in the range of 1 to 10. If you do not specify a reaction entry, the command displays the results of all reaction entries.

Usage guidelines

The result fields display hyphens (-) if the threshold type is the average value.

The monitoring results of an operation are accumulated, and are not cleared after the operation completes.

Examples

# Display the monitoring results of all reaction entries of the ICMP echo operation with administrator name admin and operation tag test.

<Sysname> display nqa reaction counters admin test

NQA entry (admin admin, tag test) reaction counters:

  Index  Checked Element  Threshold Type  Checked Num  Over-threshold Num

  1      probe-duration   accumulate      12           4

  2      probe-duration   average         -            -

  3      probe-duration   consecutive     160          56

  4      probe-fail       accumulate      12           0

  5      probe-fail       consecutive     162          2

Table 3 Command output

Field

Description

Index

ID of a reaction entry.

Checked Element

Monitored performance metric.

The available performance metrics vary by NQA operation type. For more information, see Table 4 and Table 5.

Threshold Type

Threshold type.

Checked Num

Number of targets that have been monitored for data collection.

Over-threshold Num

Number of threshold violations.

Table 4 Monitored performance metrics for DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/ICMP echo/SNMP/TCP/UDP echo operations

Monitored performance metric

Threshold type

Collect data in

Checked Num

Over-threshold Num

probe-duration

accumulate

Probes after the operation starts.

Number of completed probes.

Number of probes with duration exceeding the threshold.

average

N/A

N/A

N/A

consecutive

Probes after the operation starts.

Number of completed probes.

Number of probes with duration exceeding the threshold.

probe-fail

accumulate

Probes after the operation starts.

Number of completed probes.

Number of probe failures.

consecutive

Probes after the operation starts.

Number of completed probes.

Number of probe failures.

Table 5 Monitored performance metrics for ICMP jitter operations

Monitored performance metric

Threshold type

Collect data in

Checked Num

Over-threshold Num

RTT

accumulate

Packets sent after the operation starts.

Number of sent packets.

Number of packets with round-trip time exceeding threshold.

average

N/A

N/A

N/A

jitter-DS/jitter-SD

accumulate

Packets sent after the operation starts.

Number of sent packets.

Number of packets with the one-way jitter exceeding the threshold.

average

N/A

N/A

N/A

OWD-DS/OWD-SD

N/A

Packets sent after the operation starts.

Number of sent packets.

Number of packets with the one-way delay exceeding the threshold.

packet-loss

accumulate

Packets sent after the operation starts.

Number of sent packets.

Total packet loss.

display nqa result

Use display nqa result to display the most recent result of an NQA operation.

Syntax

display nqa result [ admin-name operation-tag ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

admin-name operation-tag: Specifies an NQA operation by its administrator name and operation tag. The admin-name argument represents the name of the administrator who creates the NQA operation. The operation-tag argument represents the operation tag. Each of the arguments is a case-insensitive string of 1 to 32 characters that cannot contain hyphens (-). If you do not specify an NQA operation, the command displays the most recent results of all NQA operations.

Examples

# Display the most recent result of the TCP operation with administrator name admin and operation tag test.

<Sysname> display nqa result admin test

NQA entry (admin admin, tag test) test results:

    Send operation times: 1              Receive response times: 1

    Min/Max/Average round trip time: 35/35/35

    Square-Sum of round trip time: 1225

    Last succeeded probe time: 2011-05-29 10:50:33.2

  Extended results:

    Packet loss ratio: 0%

    Failures due to timeout: 0

    Failures due to disconnect: 0

    Failures due to no connection: 0

    Failures due to internal error: 0

    Failures due to other errors: 0

# Display the most recent result of the ICMP jitter operation with administrator name admin and operation tag test.

<Sysname> display nqa result admin test

NQA entry (admin admin, tag test) test results:

    Send operation times: 10             Receive response times: 10

    Min/Max/Average round trip time: 1/2/1

    Square-Sum of round trip time: 13

    Last packet received time: 2015-03-09 17:40:29.8

  Extended results:

    Packet loss ratio: 0%

    Failures due to timeout: 0

    Failures due to internal error: 0

    Failures due to other errors: 0

    Packets out of sequence: 0

    Packets arrived late: 0

  ICMP-jitter results:

   RTT number: 10

    Min positive SD: 0                     Min positive DS: 0

    Max positive SD: 0                     Max positive DS: 0

    Positive SD number: 0                  Positive DS number: 0

    Positive SD sum: 0                     Positive DS sum: 0

    Positive SD average: 0                 Positive DS average: 0

    Positive SD square-sum: 0              Positive DS square-sum: 0

    Min negative SD: 1                     Min negative DS: 2

    Max negative SD: 1                     Max negative DS: 2

    Negative SD number: 1                  Negative DS number: 1

    Negative SD sum: 1                     Negative DS sum: 2

    Negative SD average: 1                 Negative DS average: 2

    Negative SD square-sum: 1              Negative DS square-sum: 4

    SD average: 1                          DS average: 2

  One way results:

    Max SD delay: 1                        Max DS delay: 2

    Min SD delay: 1                        Min DS delay: 2

    Number of SD delay: 1                  Number of DS delay: 1

    Sum of SD delay: 1                     Sum of DS delay: 2

    Square-Sum of SD delay: 1              Square-Sum of DS delay: 4

    Lost packets for unknown reason: 0

# Display the most recent result of the UDP tracert operation with administrator name admin and operation tag test.

<Sysname> display nqa result admin test

NQA entry (admin admin, tag test) test results:

    Send operation times: 6              Receive response times: 6

    Min/Max/Average round trip time: 35/35/35

    Square-Sum of round trip time: 1225

    Last succeeded probe time: 2013-09-09 14:23:24.5

  Extended results:

    Packet loss ratio: 0%

    Failures due to timeout: 0

    Failures due to internal error: 0

    Failures due to other errors: 0

  UDP-tracert results:

    TTL    Hop IP             Time

    1      3.1.1.1            2013-09-09 14:23:24.5

    2      4.1.1.1            2013-09-09 14:23:24.5

# Display the most recent result of the throughput operation with administrator name admin and operation tag test.

<Sysname> display nqa result admin test

NQA entry (admin admin, tag test1) test results:

  Basic results     :

    Initial speed(Kbps)    : 10000

    Speed granularity(Kbps): 10000

    Probe duration(s)      : 10

    Probe interval(s)      : 1

    Allowed-loss-ratio     : 1/10000

 

  Throughput results:

    Frame size(Byte): 1024

      Current speed(Kbps): 10000

      Frame-loss(Loss/Tx): 0/10000

      Status             : Succeeded

      Time               : 2014-01-18 06:46:40.0

Table 6 Command output

Field

Description

Data collecting in progress

The operation is in progress.

Send operation times

Number of operations.

Receive response times

Number of response packets received.

Min/Max/Average round trip time

Minimum/maximum/average round-trip time in milliseconds.

Square-Sum of round trip time

Square sum of round-trip time.

Last succeeded probe time

Time when the most recent successful probe was completed. If no probes are successful in an operation, the field displays 0.

Packet loss ratio

Average packet loss ratio.

Failures due to timeout

Number of timeout occurrences in an operation.

Failures due to disconnect

Number of disconnections by the peer.

Failures due to no connection

Number of failures to connect with the peer.

Failures due to internal error

Number of failures due to internal errors.

Failures due to other errors

Failures due to other errors.

Packets out of sequence

Number of failures due to out-of-sequence packets.

ICMP-jitter results

ICMP jitter operation results.

This field is available only for the ICMP jitter operation.

Packets arrived late

Number of response packets received after a probe times out.

RTT number

Number of response packets received.

Min positive SD

Minimum positive jitter from source to destination.

Min positive DS

Minimum positive jitter from destination to source.

Max positive SD

Maximum positive jitter from source to destination.

Max positive DS

Maximum positive jitter from destination to source.

Positive SD number

Number of positive jitters from source to destination.

Positive DS number

Number of positive jitters from destination to source.

Positive SD sum

Sum of positive jitters from source to destination.

Positive DS sum

Sum of positive jitters from destination to source.

Positive SD average

Average positive jitters from source to destination.

Positive DS average

Average positive jitters from destination to source.

Positive SD square-sum

Square sum of positive jitters from source to destination.

Positive DS square-sum

Square sum of positive jitters from destination to source.

Min negative SD

Minimum absolute value among negative jitters from source to destination.

Min negative DS

Minimum absolute value among negative jitters from destination to source.

Max negative SD

Maximum absolute value among negative jitters from source to destination.

Max negative DS

Maximum absolute value among negative jitters from destination to source.

Negative SD number

Number of negative jitters from source to destination.

Negative DS number

Number of negative jitters from destination to source.

SD average

Average jitter from source to destination.

DS average

Average jitter from destination to source.

Negative SD sum

Sum of absolute values of negative jitters from source to destination.

Negative DS sum

Sum of absolute values of negative jitters from destination to source.

Negative SD average

Average absolute value of negative jitters from source to destination.

Negative DS average

Average absolute value of negative jitters from destination to source.

Negative SD square-sum

Square sum of negative jitters from source to destination.

Negative DS square-sum

Square sum of negative jitters from destination to source.

One way results

Unidirectional delay.

This field is available only for the ICMP jitter operations.

Max SD delay

Maximum delay from source to destination.

Max DS delay

Maximum delay from destination to source.

Min SD delay

Minimum delay from source to destination.

Min DS delay

Minimum delay from destination to source.

Number of SD delay

Number of delays from source to destination.

Number of DS delay

Number of delays from destination to source.

Sum of SD delay

Sum of delays from source to destination.

Sum of DS delay

Sum of delays from destination to source.

Square-Sum of SD delay

Square sum of delays from source to destination.

Square-Sum of DS delay

Square sum of delays from destination to source.

SD lost packets

Number of lost packets from the source to the destination.

DS lost packets

Number of lost packets from the destination to the source.

Lost packets for unknown reason

Number of lost packets for unknown reasons.

MOS value

MOS value calculated for the voice operation.

ICPIF value

ICPIF value calculated for the voice operation.

TTL

If the routing table bypass feature is not enabled in the operation, this field displays the TTL value in the probe packet.

If the routing table bypass feature is enabled, the value of this field varies by the init-ttl command. However, the actual TTL value in the probe packet is fixed at 1.

Hop IP

IP address of the node that sent the reply packet.

Time

Time when the NQA client received the reply packet.

Status

Status of the Y.1564 operation or a test in the Y.1564 operation:

·     Succeeded.

·     Failed.

·     In progress.

·     Aborted—The test was manually aborted.

·     Timeout.

·     Unknown error.

This field display two hyphens (--) for a test whose status is meaningless (tests for yellow fames and summary tests in color-aware mode, for example).

Last completed test

Most recent completed test.

·     CIR test.

·     PIR test.

·     Traffic policing test.

·     Service performance test.

Estimated total time

Total amount of time that the Y.1564 operation was estimated to take, in seconds.

Actual test time used

Actual amount of time to complete the Y.1564 operation, in seconds.

The timer used to measure the test start time and end time is accurate to 1 second. Therefore, a difference of up to 1 second might exist between the value in this field and the time duration between the start and end of the test.

CIR test (with the step of 1)

Information about the CIR test with a step count of 1.

Start time

Start time of the test.

End time

End time of the test.

Min/Max/Average IR(kbps)

Minimum, maximum, and average information rates in kbps.

Min/Max/Average FTD(us)

Minimum, maximum, and average frame transfer delays in microseconds.

Min/Max/Average FDV(us)

Minimum, maximum, and average frame delay variations in microseconds.

FL count/FLR

Number of lost frames and the frame loss ratio.

Packets out of order

Number of out-of-order packets.

Severely Err Secs/AVAIL

Total number of severely errored seconds (SESs) and the network availability ratio (AVAIL).

A severely errored second occurs when the ratio of lost frames during a one-second interval exceeds 50%.

AVAIL is calculated as follows: AVAIL = Total seconds in available periods / total seconds taken by the test.

·     The network is in an unavailable period after 10 consecutive SESs. The unavailable period ends when 10 consecutive non-SESs are recorded.

·     The network is in an available period after 10 consecutive non-SESs. The available period ends when 10 consecutive SESs are recorded.

By default, the test enters the available period when it starts.

PIR test (color green)

Statistics about the green frames in the PIR test.

PIR test (color yellow)

Statistics about the yellow frames in the PIR test.

PIR test (total)

Summary statistics about the PIR test.

PIR test (color-blind)

Statistics about the PIR test in non-color-aware mode.

Traffic policing test (color green)

Statistics about the green frames in the traffic policing test.

Traffic policing test (color yellow)

Statistics about the yellow frames in the traffic policing test.

Traffic policing test (total)

Summary statistics about the traffic policing test.

Traffic policing test (color-blind)

Statistics about the traffic policing test in non-color-aware mode.

Service performance test

Statistics about the service performance test.

display nqa statistics

Use display nqa statistics to display NQA operation statistics.

Syntax

display nqa statistics [ admin-name operation-tag ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

admin-name operation-tag: Specifies an NQA operation by its administrator name and operation tag. The admin-name argument represents the name of the administrator who creates the NQA operation. The operation-tag argument represents the operation tag. Each of the arguments is a case-insensitive string of 1 to 32 characters that cannot contain hyphens (-). If you do not specify an NQA operation, the command displays statistics for all NQA operations.

Usage guidelines

The statistics are generated after the NQA operation completes. If you execute the display nqa statistics command before the operation completes, the statistics are displayed as all 0s.

If a reaction entry is configured, the command displays the monitoring results of the reaction entry in the period specified by the statistics internal command. The result fields display hyphens (-) if the threshold type is average value.

The command is not available for the frame loss, latency, throughput, or UDP tracert operation.

Examples

# Display the statistics for the TCP operation with administrator name admin and operation tag test.

<Sysname> display nqa statistics admin test

NQA entry (admin admin, tag test) test statistics:

  NO. : 1

    Start time: 2007-01-01 09:30:20.0

    Life time: 2 seconds

    Send operation times: 1              Receive response times: 1

    Min/Max/Average round trip time: 13/13/13

    Square-Sum of round trip time: 169

  Extended results:

    Packet loss ratio: 0%

    Failures due to timeout: 0

    Failures due to disconnect: 0

    Failures due to no connection: 0

    Failures due to internal error: 0

    Failures due to other errors: 0

# Display the statistics for the ICMP jitter operation with administrator name admin and operation tag test.

<Sysname> display nqa statistics admin test

NQA entry (admin admin, tag test) test statistics:

  NO. : 1

    Start time: 2015-03-09 17:42:10.7

    Life time: 156 seconds

    Send operation times: 1560           Receive response times: 1560

    Min/Max/Average round trip time: 1/2/1

    Square-Sum of round trip time: 1563

  Extended results:

    Packet loss ratio: 0%

    Failures due to timeout: 0

    Failures due to internal error: 0

    Failures due to other errors: 0

    Packets out of sequence: 0

    Packets arrived late: 0

  ICMP-jitter results:

   RTT number: 1560

    Min positive SD: 1                     Min positive DS: 1

    Max positive SD: 1                     Max positive DS: 2

    Positive SD number: 18                 Positive DS number: 46

    Positive SD sum: 18                    Positive DS sum: 49

    Positive SD average: 1                 Positive DS average: 1

    Positive SD square-sum: 18             Positive DS square-sum: 55

    Min negative SD: 1                     Min negative DS: 1

    Max negative SD: 1                     Max negative DS: 2

    Negative SD number: 24                 Negative DS number: 57

    Negative SD sum: 24                    Negative DS sum: 58

    Negative SD average: 1                 Negative DS average: 1

    Negative SD square-sum: 24             Negative DS square-sum: 60

    SD average: 1                          DS average: 1

  One way results:

    Max SD delay: 1                        Max DS delay: 2

    Min SD delay: 1                        Min DS delay: 1

    Number of SD delay: 4                  Number of DS delay: 4

    Sum of SD delay: 4                     Sum of DS delay: 5

    Square-Sum of SD delay: 4              Square-Sum of DS delay: 7

    Lost packets for unknown reason: 0

  Reaction statistics:

    Index  Checked Element  Threshold Type  Checked Num  Over-threshold Num

    1      jitter-DS        accumulate      1500         10

    2      jitter-SD        average         -            -

    3      OWD-DS           -               1560         2

    4      OWD-SD           -               1560         0

    5      packet-loss      accumulate      0            0

    6      RTT              accumulate      1560         0

Table 7 Command output

Field

Description

No.

Statistics group ID.

Start time

Time when the operation started.

Life time

Duration of the operation in seconds.

Send operation times

Number of probe packets sent.

Receive response times

Number of response packets received.

Min/Max/Average round trip time

Minimum/maximum/average round-trip time in milliseconds.

Square-Sum of round trip time

Square sum of round-trip time.

Packet loss ratio

Average packet loss ratio.

Failures due to timeout

Number of timeout occurrences in an operation.

Failures due to disconnect

Number of disconnections by the peer.

Failures due to no connection

Number of failures to connect with the peer.

Failures due to internal error

Number of failures due to internal errors.

Failures due to other errors

Failures due to other errors.

Packets out of sequence

Number of failures due to out-of-sequence packets.

Packets arrived late

Number of response packets received after a probe times out.

ICMP-jitter results

ICMP jitter operation results.

This field is available only for the ICMP jitter operation.

RTT number

Number of response packets received.

Min positive SD

Minimum positive jitter from source to destination.

Min positive DS

Minimum positive jitter from destination to source.

Max positive SD

Maximum positive jitter from source to destination.

Max positive DS

Maximum positive jitter from destination to source.

Positive SD number

Number of positive jitters from source to destination.

Positive DS number

Number of positive jitters from destination to source.

Positive SD sum

Sum of positive jitters from source to destination.

Positive DS sum

Sum of positive jitters from destination to source.

Positive SD average

Average positive jitters from source to destination.

Positive DS average

Average positive jitters from destination to source.

Positive SD square-sum

Square sum of positive jitters from source to destination.

Positive DS square-sum

Square sum of positive jitters from destination to source.

Min negative SD

Minimum absolute value among negative jitters from source to destination.

Min negative DS

Minimum absolute value among negative jitters from destination to source.

Max negative SD

Maximum absolute value among negative jitters from source to destination.

Max negative DS

Maximum absolute value among negative jitters from destination to source.

Negative SD number

Number of negative jitters from source to destination.

Negative DS number

Number of negative jitters from destination to source.

Negative SD sum

Sum of absolute values of negative jitters from source to destination.

Negative DS sum

Sum of absolute values of negative jitters from destination to source.

Negative SD average

Average absolute value of negative jitters from source to destination.

Negative DS average

Average absolute value of negative jitters from destination to source.

Negative SD square-sum

Square sum of negative jitters from source to destination.

Negative DS square-sum

Square sum of negative jitters from destination to source.

SD average

Average jitter from source to destination.

DS average

Average jitter from destination to source.

One way results

Unidirectional delay result.

This field is available only for the ICMP jitter operations.

Max SD delay

Maximum delay from source to destination.

Max DS delay

Maximum delay from destination to source.

Min SD delay

Minimum delay from source to destination.

Min DS delay

Minimum delay from destination to source.

Number of SD delay

Number of delays from source to destination.

Number of DS delay

Number of delays from destination to source.

Sum of SD delay

Sum of delays from source to destination.

Sum of DS delay

Sum of delays from destination to source.

Square-Sum of SD delay

Square sum of delays from source to destination.

Square-Sum of DS delay

Square sum of delays from destination to source.

SD lost packets

Number of lost packets from the source to the destination.

DS lost packets

Number of lost packets from the destination to the source.

Lost packets for unknown reason

Number of lost packets for unknown reasons.

Max MOS value

Maximum MOS value.

Min MOS value

Minimum MOS value.

Max ICPIF value

Maximum ICPIF value.

Min ICPIF value

Minimum ICPIF value.

Reaction statistics

Statistics about the reaction entry in the counting interval.

Index

ID of a reaction entry.

Checked Element

Monitored element.

Threshold Type

Threshold type.

Checked Num

Number of targets that have been monitored for data collection.

Over-threshold Num

Number of threshold violations.

Table 8 Monitored performance metrics for DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/ICMP echo/SNMP/TCP/UDP echo operations

Monitored performance metric

Threshold type

Collect data in

Checked Num

Over-threshold Num

probe-duration

accumulate

Probes in the counting interval.

Number of completed probes.

Number of probes of which the duration exceeds the threshold.

average

N/A

N/A

N/A

consecutive

Probes in the counting interval.

Number of completed probes.

Number of probes of which the duration exceeds the threshold.

probe-fail

accumulate

Probes in the counting interval.

Number of completed probes.

Number of probe failures.

consecutive

Probes in the counting interval.

Number of completed probes.

Number of probe failures.

Table 9 Monitored performance metrics for ICMP jitter operations

Monitored performance metric

Threshold type

Collect data in

Checked Num

Over-threshold Num

RTT

accumulate

Packets sent in the counting interval.

Number of sent packets.

Number of packets of which the round-trip time exceeds the threshold.

average

N/A

N/A

N/A

jitter-DS/jitter-SD

accumulate

Packets sent in the counting interval.

Number of sent packets.

Number of packets of which the one-way jitter exceeds the threshold.

average

N/A

N/A

N/A

OWD-DS/OWD-SD

N/A

Packets sent in the counting interval.

Number of sent packets.

Number of packets of which the one-way delay exceeds the threshold.

packet-loss

accumulate

Packets sent in the counting interval.

Number of sent packets.

Number of packet loss.

Related commands

statistics interval

display nqa twamp-light client

Use display nqa twamp-light client to display test session information on the TWAMP Light client.

Syntax

display nqa twamp-light client [ test-session session-id | verbose ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

test-session session-id: Displays detailed information about a test session by its ID. The value range is 1 to 512.

verbose: Displays detailed information about all TWAMP Light test sessions.

Usage guidelines

If you do not specify any keywords, this command displays brief information about all test sessions.

Examples

# Display brief information about all test sessions.

<Sysname> display nqa twamp-light client

Brief information about all test sessions:

Total sessions: 1

Active sessions: 1

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ID   Status    Source IP/Port        Destination IP/Port

1    Active    1.1.1.1/2001          2.2.2.2/2010

# Display detailed information about all test sessions.

<Sysname> display nqa twamp-light client verbose

Session ID                       : 1

  Status                         : Active

  Session type                   : Permanent

  Source interface               : HundredGigE1/0/1

  Service instance               : -

  Source IP                      : 1.1.1.1

  Source IPv6                    : -

  Destination IP                 : 2.2.2.2

  Destination IPv6               : -

  Source port                    : 2001

  Destination port               : 2010

  Source MAC address             : -

  Destination MAC address        : -

  VLAN ID                        : -

  Service VLAN ID                : -

  Customer VLAN ID               : -

  ToS                            : 0

  Padding length                 : 128

  Timestamp format               : NTP

  VPN instance                   : -

  Priority 802.1p                : 0

  Last start time                : 2018-08-05 16:41:05

  Last stop time                 : Never

  Packet sending interval(ms)    : 100

  Timeout(sec)                   : 5

  Duration(sec)                  : -

  Packets sent                   : -

  Statistics interval(ms)        : 3

  Monitor time(ms)               : 3

  Delay monitor time(ms)         : 3

  Jitter monitor time(ms)        : 3

  Loss monitor time(ms)          : 3

 

Session ID                       : 2

  Status                         : Inactive

  Session type                   : On-demand

  Source interface               : HundredGigE1/0/1

  Service instance               : -

  Source IP                      : 1.1.1.1

  Source IPv6                    : -

  Destination IP                 : 3.3.3.3

  Destination IPv6               : -

  Source port                    : 2001

  Destination port               : 2020

  Source MAC address             : -

  Destination MAC address        : -

  VLAN ID                        : -

  Service VLAN ID                : -

  Customer VLAN ID               : -

  ToS                            : 0

  Padding length                 : 128

  Timestamp format               : PTP

  VPN instance                   : -

  Priority 802.1p                : 0

  Last start time                : Never

  Last stop time                 : Never

  Packet sending interval(ms)    : 100

  Timeout(sec)                   : 8

  Duration(sec)                  : 300

  Packets sent                   : 0

  Statistics interval(ms)        : 3

  Monitor time(ms)               : 3

  Delay monitor time(ms)         : 3

  Jitter monitor time(ms)        : 3

  Loss monitor time(ms)          : 3

Table 10 Command output

Field

Description

Total sessions

Total number of test sessions.

Active sessions

Number of active sessions.

Session ID

Session ID.

Status

Test status:

·     Active—The TWAMP Light test is active.

·     Inactive—The TWAMP Light test is not active.

Session type

Test session type:

·     On-demand.

·     Permanent.

Source interface

Source AC interface of the test session.

Service instance

Ethernet service instance bound to source interface.

The Ethernet service instance on the client must be consistent with that on the server.

Source IP

Source IPv4 address of the test session.

Source IPv6

This field is not supported in the current software version.

Source IPv6 address of the test session.

Destination IP

Destination IPv4 address of the test session.

Destination IPv6

This field is not supported in the current software version.

Destination IPv6 address of the test session.

Source port

Source port number of the test session.

Destination port

Destination port number of the test session.

Source MAC address

Source MAC address of the test session.

Destination MAC address

Destination MAC address of the test session.

VLAN ID

VLAN ID of the test session.

Service VLAN ID

Inner VLAN ID of the test session.

Customer VLAN ID

Outer VLAN ID of the test session.

ToS

Type of Service of the test session.

Padding length

Padding length of the test session.

Timestamp format

Timestamp format: NTP or PTP.

VPN instance

MPLS L3VPN instance name.

Priority 802.1p

802.1p priority.

Last start time

Start time of the most recent TWAMP Light test. If the test does not start, this field displays Never.

Last stop time

Stop time of the most recent TWAMP Light test. If the test does not complete, this field displays Never.

Packet sending interval(ms)

Packet sending interval of the TWAMP Light test, in milliseconds.

Timeout(sec)

Timeout time of the reflected packet within a TWAMP Light test, in seconds.

Duration(sec)

Duration of the TWAMP Light test, in seconds.

This field is available only for the on-demand test.

Packets sent

Number of sent packets in the TWAMP Light test.

This field is available only for the on-demand test.

Statistics interval(ms)

Statistics collection interval of the TWAMP Light test, in milliseconds.

Monitor time(ms)

Packet monitoring time of the TWAMP Light test, in milliseconds.

The value of this field is specified by the start command in TWAMP Light sender view.

Delay monitor time(ms)

Monitoring time for two-way delay of the TWAMP Light test, in milliseconds.

This field displays a hyphen (-) when the test is not started.

Jitter monitor time(ms)

Monitoring time for two-way jitter of the TWAMP Light test, in milliseconds.

This field displays a hyphen (-) when the test is not started.

Loss monitor time(ms)

Monitoring time for two-way packet loss of the TWAMP Light test, in milliseconds.

This field displays a hyphen (-) when the test is not started.

Related commands

test-session

display nqa twamp-light client statistics

Use display nqa twamp-light client statistics to display test session statistics on the TWAMP Light client, including two-way delay, two-way jitter, and two-way packet loss.

Syntax

display nqa twamp-light client statistics { two-way-delay | two-way-loss } test-session session-id

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

two-way-delay: Displays statistics about two-way delay and two-way jitter.

two-way-loss: Displays statistics about two-way packet loss.

session-id: Specifies a session ID. The value must be an integer and the value range is 1 to 512.

Examples

# Display statistics about two-way delay and two-way jitter for the specified TWAMP Light test session.

<Sysname> display nqa twamp-light client statistics two-way-delay test-session 1

Latest two-way delay statistics(μs):

    Index          Delay(avg)   Jitter(avg)       SD jitter(avg)    DS jitter(avg)

    11027          0            0                 0                 0

    11028          0            0                 0                 0

    11029          4            4                 4                 4

    11030          1            1                 1                 1

    11031          1            1                 1                 1

    11032          1            1                 1                 1

    11033          0            0                 0                 0

    11034          1            1                 1                 1

    11035          2            2                 2                 2

    11036          2            2                 2                 2          

    11037          0            0                 0                 0

    11038          2            2                 2                 2

    11039          1            1                 1                 1

    11040          0            0                 0                 0

    11041          0            0                 0                 0

    11042          0            0                 0                 0

    11043          0            0                 0                 0

    11044          1            1                 1                 1

    11045          3            3                 3                 3

    11046          0            0                 0                 0

    11047          1            1                 1                 1

    11048          0            0                 0                 0

    11049          0            0                 0                 0

    11050          0            0                 0                 0

    11051          1            1                 1                 1

    11052          0            0                 0                 0

    11053          5            5                 5                 5

    11054          7            7                 7                 7

    11055          0            0                 0                 0

    11056          1            1                 1                 1

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Average delay     :          1        Average jitter    :          1

Maximum delay     :          7        Maximum jitter    :          7

Minimum Delay     :          0        Minimum jitter    :          0

Average SD jitter :          1        Average DS jitter :          1

Maximum SD jitter :          7        Maximum DS jitter :          7

Minimum SD jitter :          0        Minimum DS jitter :          0

Table 11 Command output

Field

Description

Latest two-way delay statistics(μs)

Most recent statistics of two-way delay in microseconds.

Index

Serial number of the statistics data.

Delay(avg)

Average delay.

Jitter(avg)

Average jitter.

SD jitter(avg)

Average jitter from source to destination.

DS jitter(avg)

Average jitter from destination to source.

Average delay

Average delay.

Average jitter

Average jitter.

Maximum delay

Maximum delay.

Maximum jitter

Maximum jitter.

Minimum delay

Minimum delay.

Minimum jitter

Minimum jitter.

Average SD jitter

Average jitter from source to destination.

Average DS jitter

Average jitter from destination to source.

Maximum SD jitter

Maximum jitter from source to destination.

Maximum DS jitter

Maximum jitter from destination to source.

Minimum SD jitter

Minimum jitter from source to destination.

Minimum DS jitter

Minimum jitter from destination to source.

# Display the two-way packet loss statistics for the specified TWAMP Light test session.

<Sysname> display nqa twamp-light client statistics two-way-loss test-session 1

Latest two-way loss statistics:

    Index      Loss count      Loss ratio      Error count  Error ratio

    11006      5               50.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11007      3               30.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11008      4               40.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11009      8               80.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11010      10              100.0000%       0            0.0000%

    11011      1               10.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11012      10              100.0000%       0            0.0000%

    11013      2               20.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11014      10              100.0000%       0            0.0000%

    11015      9               90.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11016      6               60.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11017      2               20.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11018      8               80.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11019      2               20.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11020      8               80.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11021      2               20.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11022      2               20.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11023      7               70.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11024      4               40.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11025      4               40.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11026      7               70.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11027      7               70.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11028      8               80.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11029      1               10.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11030      2               20.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11031      8               80.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11032      7               70.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11033      7               70.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11034      8               80.0000%        0            0.0000%

    11035      4               40.0000%        0            0.0000%

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Average loss count :          5      Average loss ratio :  55.3333%

Maximum loss count :          10     Maximum loss ratio : 100.0000%

Minimum loss count :          1      Minimum loss ratio :  10.0000%

Average error count:          0      Average error ratio:   0.0000%

Maximum error count:          0      Maximum error ratio:   0.0000%

Minimum error count:          0      Minimum error ratio:   0.0000%

Table 12 Command output

Field

Description

Latest two-way loss statistics

Most recent statistics of two-way packet loss.

Loss count

Number of lost packets.

Loss ratio

Packet loss rate.

Error count

Number of error packets.

Error ratio

Packet error rate.

Average loss count

Average number of lost packets.

Average loss ratio

Average packet loss rate.

Maximum loss count

Maximum number of lost packets.

Maximum loss ratio

Maximum packet loss rate.

Minimum loss count

Minimum number of lost packets.

Minimum loss ratio

Minimum packet loss rate.

Average error count

Average number of error packets.

Average error ratio

Average packet error rate.

Maximum error count

Maximum number of error packets.

Maximum error ratio

Maximum packet error rate.

Minimum error count

Minimum number of error packets.

Minimum error ratio

Minimum packet error rate.

Index

ID of a reaction entry.

Related commands

test-session (Twamp Light client view)

display nqa twamp-light client test-session reaction counters

Use display nqa twamp-light client test-session reaction counters to display the current monitoring results of reaction entries for the TWAMP Light test sessions.

Syntax

display nqa twamp-light client test-session reaction counters [ session-id [ item-number ] ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

session-id: Specifies a session by its ID. The value range is 1 to 512. If you specify this option, the command displays all statistics information about the specified session.

item-number: Specifies a reaction entry ID in the range of 1 to 10. If you do not specify a reaction entry, the command displays the current monitoring results of all reaction entries.

Usage guidelines

If you do not specify any parameters, this command displays the monitoring results of reaction entries for all TWAMP Light test sessions.

Examples

# Display the current monitoring results of the reaction entries for TWAMP Light test session 1.

<Sysname> display nqa twamp-light client test-session reaction counters 1

Reaction counters for session 1:

Index:1

  Checked element: Two-way delay

  Lower threshold: 20

  Upper threshold: 200

  Action type: None

  Checked objects: 12

  Threshold violations: 4

Index:2

  Checked element: Two-way jitter

  Lower threshold: 20

  Upper threshold: 200

  Action type: None

  Checked objects: 12

  Threshold violations: 4

Index:3

  Checked element: Two-way loss

  Lower threshold: 20

  Upper threshold: 200

  Action type:None

  Checked objects: 12

  Threshold violations: 4

Table 13 Command output

Field

Description

Index

ID of a reaction entry.

Checked element

Monitored performance metric.

Lower threshold

Lower limit of the threshold.

Upper threshold

Upper limit of the threshold.

Action type

Action for the threshold violation event.

Checked objects

Number of packets that have been monitored.

Threshold violations

Number of threshold violations.

Related commands

reaction checked-element two-way-delay

reaction checked-element two-way-loss

reaction checked-element two-way-jitter

exchange-port enable

Use exchange-port enable to enable port exchange between the source port and the destination port.

Use undo exchange-port enable to restore the default.

Syntax

exchange-port enable

undo exchange-port enable

Default

Exchange between the source port and the destination port is disabled.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

By default, the NQA server reflects the probe packets back to the client without changing the source or destination port in the frame loss, latency, and throughput operations. The client can parse the probe packets directly because the ports are not changed.

If port exchange is enabled on the NQA server, enable port exchange on the client so that the client can correctly parse the port information in the reflected packets. To enable port exchange on the server, specify the exchange-port keyword in the nqa reflector command.

Examples

# Enable port exchange between the source and destination ports.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] exchange-port enable

expect data

Use expect data to configure the expected data.

Use undo expect data to restore the default.

Syntax

expect data expression [ offset number ]

undo expect data

Default

No expected data is configured.

Views

HTTP/HTTPS/TCP/UDP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

expression: Specifies the expected data, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 200 characters.

offset number: Specifies the offset in bytes after which the first match operation starts. The value range for the number argument is 0 to 1000, and the default value is 0. If you do not specify an offset, the match operation starts from the beginning byte of the payload.

Usage guidelines

Upon receiving a response packet, the NQA client examines the target payload for the expected data.

·     If a match is found, the NQA client verifies the NQA destination device as legal.

·     If no match is found, the NQA client looks up the entire payload for a match. If no match is found again, the NQA destination device is verified as illegal. The NQA client does not perform the second round if no offset is specified. It verifies the NQA destination as illegal directly if no match is found for the first round.

Expected data check takes place in the following conditions:

·     For features that use the HTTP or HTTPS template, the NQA client checks for the expected data if the response contains the Content-Length header.

·     For features that use the TCP or UDP template, the NQA client checks for the expected data if the data-fill command is configured.

The first five bytes of the UDP packet payload identify the probe packet type. The start byte of the offset is the sixth byte of the UDP payload.

Examples

# In HTTP template view, set the expected data to welcome!.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template http httptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-http-httptplt] expect data welcome!

expect ip

Use expect ip to specify the expected IPv4 address.

Use undo expect ip to restore the default.

Syntax

expect ip ip-address

undo expect ip

Default

No expected IPv4 address is specified.

Views

DNS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ip-address: Specifies the expected IPv4 address for a DNS echo request.

Usage guidelines

During a DNS operation, the NQA client compares the expected IPv4 address with the IPv4 address resolved by the DNS server. If they are the same, it considers the DNS server legal.

Examples

# In DNS template view, specify 1.1.1.1 as the expected IPv4 address.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template dns dnstplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-dns-dnstplt] expect ip 1.1.1.1

expect ipv6

Use expect ipv6 to specify the expected IPv6 address.

Use undo expect ipv6 to restore the default.

Syntax

expect ipv6 ipv6-address

undo expect ipv6

Default

No expected IPv6 address is specified.

Views

DNS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ip-address: Specifies the expected IPv6 address for a DNS echo request.

Usage guidelines

During a DNS operation, the NQA client compares the expected IPv6 address with the IPv6 address resolved by the DNS server. If they are the same, it considers the DNS server legal.

Examples

# In DNS template view, specify 1::1 as the expected IPv6 address.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template dns dnstplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-dns-dnstplt] expect ipv6 1::1

expect status

Use expect status to configure the expected status code.

Use undo expect status to restore the default.

Syntax

expect status status-list

undo expect status [ status-list ]

Default

No expected status code is configured.

Views

HTTP template view

HTTPS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

status-list: Specifies a space-separated list of up to 10 status code items. Each item specifies a status code or a range of status codes in the form of status-num1 to status-num2. The value ranges for both the status-num1 and status-num2 arguments are 0 to 999. The value for the status-num2 argument must be equal to or greater than the value for the status-num1 argument.

Usage guidelines

The status code of the HTTP or HTTPS packet is a three-digit field in decimal notation, and the code includes the server status information. The first digit defines the class of response.

Examples

# In HTTP template view, set the expected status codes to 200, 300, and 400 to 500.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template http httptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-http-httptplt] expect status 200 300 400 to 500

filename

Use filename to specify a file to be transferred between the FTP server and the FTP client.

Use undo filename to restore the default.

Syntax

filename filename

undo filename

Default

No file is specified.

Views

FTP operation view

FTP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

filename: Specifies the name of a file, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 200 characters that cannot contain slashes (/).

Examples

# Specify config.txt as the file to be transferred between the FTP server and the FTP client for the FTP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type ftp

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-ftp] filename config.txt

# In FTP template view, specify config.txt as the file to be transferred between the FTP server and the FTP client.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template ftp ftptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-ftp-ftptplt] filename config.txt

frame-size

Use frame-size to specify a list of probe packet sizes.

Use undo frame-size to restore the default.

Syntax

frame-size size&<1-7>

undo frame-size [ size&<1-7> ]

Default

The probe packet size is 1518 bytes.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

size&<1-7>: Specifies a space-separated list of up to 7 packet size items. Each item specifies a packet size. The size value range is 64 to 9600 bytes.

Usage guidelines

The frame loss, latency, or throughput operation uses the list of packet sizes to send probe packets. The packet in each probe are of the same size.

If the service packet size is larger than the smallest packet size in the specified list, the probe packets might not be sent. In this case, you can use this command to adjust the probe packet size.

If you execute this command multiple times, the most recent configuration takes effect.

Examples

# Specify a probe packet size list of 64, 512, 1024, and 1280 bytes for the throughput operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] frame-size 64 512 1024 1280

frequency

Use frequency to specify the interval at which the NQA operation repeats.

Use undo frequency to restore the default.

Syntax

frequency interval

undo frequency

Default

In NQA operation view, the interval between two consecutive NQA operations is 0 milliseconds.

In NQA template view, the interval between two consecutive operations is 5000 milliseconds.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

Any NQA template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

interval: Specifies the interval between two consecutive operations, in the range of 0 to 604800000 milliseconds. An interval of 0 milliseconds configures NQA to perform the operation only once, and not to generate any statistics.

Usage guidelines

After an NQA operation starts, it repeats at the specified interval. However, when the interval is reached, but the current operation is not completed or not timed out, the next operation does not start.

Examples

# Configure the ICMP echo operation to repeat every 1000 milliseconds.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] frequency 1000

# In DNS template view, configure the DNS operation to repeat every 1000 milliseconds.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template dns dnstplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-dns-dnstplt] frequency 1000

Related commands

probe timeout

high-performance-mode

Use high-performance-mode enable to enable the high performance mode in the UDP jitter operation.

Use undo high-performance-mode enable to disable the high performance mode in the UDP jitter operation.

Syntax

high-performance-mode enable

undo high-performance-mode enable

Default

The high performance mode is disabled in a UDP jitter operation.

Views

UDP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

The high performance mode improves the efficiency and accuracy of the UDP jitter operation.

After you enable the high performance mode in the UDP jitter operation, the following commands configured in the UDP jitter operation view become invalid:

·     route-option bypass-route.

·     data-size.

·     reaction checked-element { jitter-ds | jitter-sd } threshold-type accumulate.

·     reaction checked-element rtt threshold-type accumulate.

Examples

# Enable the high performance mode in the UDP jitter operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] high-performance-mode enable

history-record enable

Use history-record enable to enable the saving of history records for the NQA operation.

Use undo history-record enable to disable the saving of history records.

Syntax

history-record enable

undo history-record enable

Default

The saving of history records is enabled only for the UDP tracert operation.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

To display the history records of the NQA operation, use the display nqa history command.

The undo form of the command also removes existing history records of an NQA operation.

Examples

# Enable the saving of history records for the NQA operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] history-record enable

Related commands

display nqa history

history-record keep-time

Use history-record keep-time to set the lifetime of history records for an NQA operation.

Use undo history-record keep-time to restore the default.

Syntax

history-record keep-time keep-time

undo history-record keep-time

Default

The history records of an NQA operation are kept for 120 minutes.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

keep-time: Specifies how long the history records can be saved. The value range is 1 to 1440 minutes.

Usage guidelines

When an NQA operation completes, the timer starts. All records are removed when the lifetime is reached.

Examples

# Set the lifetime of the history records to 100 minutes for the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] history-record keep-time 100

history-record number

Use history-record number to set the maximum number of history records that can be saved for an NQA operation.

Use undo history-record number to restore the default.

Syntax

history-record number number

undo history-record number

Default

A maximum of 50 history records can be saved for an NQA operation.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

number: Specifies the maximum number of history records that can be saved for an NQA operation. The value range is 0 to 50.

Usage guidelines

If the number of history records for an NQA operation exceeds the maximum number, earliest history records are removed.

Examples

# Set the maximum number of history records to 10 for the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] history-record number 10

init-ttl

Use init-ttl to set the initial TTL value for UDP packets in the UDP tracert operation.

Use undo init-ttl to restore the default.

Syntax

init-ttl value

undo init-ttl

Default

The initial TTL value for UDP packets in the UDP tracert operation is 1.

Views

UDP tracert operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

value: Specifies the TTL value in the range of 1 to 255.

Examples

# Set the initial TTL value to 5 for UDP packets in the UDP tracert operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-tracert

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-tracert] init-ttl 5

key

Use key to set the shared key for secure RADIUS authentication.

Use undo key to restore the default.

Syntax

key { cipher | simple } string

undo key

Default

No shared key is configured for secure RADIUS authentication.

Views

RADIUS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

cipher: Specifies a key in encrypted form.

simple: Specifies a key in plaintext form. For security purposes, the key specified in plaintext form will be stored in encrypted form.

string: Specifies the shared key string. Its plaintext form is a case-sensitive string of 1 to 64 characters. Its encrypted form is a case-sensitive string of 1 to 117 characters.

Usage guidelines

Make sure the NQA client and the RADIUS server have the same shared key.

Examples

# In RADIUS template view, set the shared key to abc in plain text for secure RADIUS authentication.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template radius radiustplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-radius-radiustplt] key simple abc

mailbox

Use mailbox to specify the mailbox name to be used in the IMAP operation.

Use undo mailbox to restore the default.

Syntax

mailbox mailbox-name

undo mailbox

Default

The IMAP operation uses the mailbox name INBOX.

Views

IMAP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

mailbox-name: Specifies the mailbox name, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 64 characters.

Examples

# Set the mailbox name to fortest1 for the IMAP template.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template imap imaptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-imap-imaptplt] mailbox fortest1

max-failure

Use max-failure to set the maximum number of consecutive probe failures in a UDP tracert operation.

Use undo max-failure to restore the default.

Syntax

max-failure times

undo max-failure

Default

A UDP tracert operation stops and fails when it detects five consecutive probe failures.

Views

UDP tracert operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

times: Specifies the maximum number in the range of 0 to 255. When this argument is set to 0 or 255, the UDP tracert operation does not stop when consecutive probe failures occur.

Usage guidelines

When a UDP tracert operation detects the maximum number of consecutive probe failures, the operation fails and stops probing the path.

Examples

# Set the maximum number of consecutive probe failures to 20 in a UDP tracert operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-tracert

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-tracert] max-failure 20

mode

Use mode to set the data transmission mode for the FTP operation.

Use undo mode to restore the default.

Syntax

mode { active | passive }

undo mode

Default

The FTP operation uses the data transmission mode active.

Views

FTP operation view

FTP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

active: Sets the data transmission mode to active. The FTP server initiates a connection request.

passive: Sets the data transmission mode to passive. The FTP client initiates a connection request.

Examples

# Set the data transmission mode to passive for the FTP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type ftp

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-ftp] mode passive

# In FTP template view, set the data transmission mode to passive for the FTP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template ftp ftptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-ftp-ftptplt] mode passive

mpls-simulation enable

Use mpls-simulation enable to enable MPLS simulation in the UDP jitter operation.

Use undo mpls-simulation enable to restore the default.

Syntax

mpls-simulation enable [ exp exp-value ]

undo mpls-simulation enable

Default

MPLS simulation is disabled in the UDP jitter operation.

Views

UDP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

exp exp-value: Specifies the EXP value for the MPLS packets. The value range is 0 to 7, and the default is 0.

Usage guidelines

This command is configurable only after the high-performance-mode enable command is configured in the UDP jitter operation.

With MPLS simulation enabled, the UDP jitter operation will send MPLS packets as probe packets to test the forwarding performance of MPLS traffic from the NQA client to the designated NQA server.

The UDP jitter operation can test the forwarding performance of MPLS traffic only over the link between two directly connected device interfaces.

For the MPLS simulation-enabled UDP jitter operation to work correctly, the following requirements must be met:

·     The NQA client must be directly connected to the NQA server.

·     MPLS must be enabled (by using the mpls enable command) on the interconnection interfaces between the NQA client and NQA server.

For more information about the mpls enable command, see basic MPLS commands in MPLS Command Reference.

·     The destination address of the operation must be an IPv4 address.

Examples

# Enable MPLS simulation in the UDP jitter operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] mpls-simulation enable exp 5

next-hop ip

Use next-hop ip to specify the next hop IPv4 address for probe packets.

Use undo next-hop ip to restore the default.

Syntax

next-hop ip ip-address

undo next-hop ip

Default

No next hop IPv4 address is specified for probe packets.

Views

ICMP echo operation view

ICMP/TCP half open template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ip-address: Specifies the IPv4 address of the next hop.

Usage guidelines

If the next hop IPv4 address is not configured, the device searches the routing table to determine the next hop IPv4 address for the probe packets.

Examples

# Specify 10.1.1.1 as the next hop IPv4 address for the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] next-hop ip 10.1.1.1

next-hop ipv6

Use next-hop ipv6 to specify the next hop IPv6 address for probe packets.

Use undo next-hop ipv6 to restore the default.

Syntax

next-hop ipv6 ipv6-address

undo next-hop ipv6

Default

No next hop IPv6 address is specified for probe packets.

Views

ICMP echo operation view

ICMP/TCP half open template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ipv6-address: Specifies the IPv6 address of the next hop. IPv6 link-local addresses are not supported.

Usage guidelines

If the next hop IPv6 address is not configured, the device searches the routing table to determine the next hop IPv6 address for the probe packets.

Examples

# Specify 10::1 as the next hop IPv6 address for the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] next-hop ipv6 10::1

no-fragment enable

Use no-fragment enable to enable the no-fragmentation feature.

Use undo no-fragment enable to disable the no-fragmentation feature.

Syntax

no-fragment enable

undo no-fragment enable

Default

The no-fragmentation feature is disabled.

Views

UDP tracert operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

The no-fragmentation feature sets the DF field to 1. Packets with the DF field set cannot be fragmented during the forwarding process.

You can use this command to test the path MTU of a link.

Examples

# Enable the no-fragmentation feature for the UDP tracert operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-tracert

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-tracert] no-fragment enable

nqa

Use nqa to create an NQA operation and enter its view, or enter the view of an existing NQA operation.

Use undo nqa to remove the operation.

Syntax

nqa entry admin-name operation-tag

undo nqa { all | entry admin-name operation-tag }

Default

No NQA operations exist.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

admin-name operation-tag: Specifies an NQA operation by its administrator name and operation tag. The admin-name argument represents the name of the administrator who creates the NQA operation. The operation-tag argument represents the operation tag. Each of the arguments is a case-insensitive string of 1 to 32 characters that cannot contain hyphens (-).

all: Removes all NQA operations and templates.

Usage guidelines

After you create an NQA operation, use the type command to specify the operation type for it. Only one operation type can be specified for one operation. After that, you can use the nqa entry command to directly enter the NQA operation type view.

Examples

# Create an NQA operation with administrator name admin and operation tag test, and enter NQA operation view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test]

nqa agent enable

Use nqa agent enable to enable the NQA client.

Use undo nqa agent enable to disable the NQA client and stop all operations being performed.

Syntax

nqa agent enable

undo nqa agent enable

Default

The NQA client is enabled.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Examples

# Enable the NQA client.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa agent enable

Related commands

nqa server enable

nqa report-ftp

Use nqa report-ftp to configure the FTP server to which the NQA client uploads the operation results.

Use undo nqa report-ftp to restore the default.

Syntax

nqa report-ftp url url [ username username ] [ password { cipher | simple } string ]

undo nqa report-ftp

Default

No FTP server is configured for the NQA client to upload operation results.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

url: Specifies the URL of the FTP server, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 255 characters. The following table describes the valid URL formats.

 

URL format

Parameter description

ftp://host

The host parameter represents the host name of the FTP server. The host name is a dot-separated case-sensitive string including letters, digits, hyphens (-), and underscores (_). Host names are composed of series of labels, aabbcc.com for example. Each label consists of 1 to 63 characters. Consecutive dots (.) are not allowed.

The port parameter specifies the port number in the range of 0 to 65535.

ftp://host:port

username username: Specifies the FTP login username, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 32 characters. Do not specify this option if no username is required for FTP login.

password: Specifies the FTP login password. Do not specify this keyword if no password is required for FTP login.

cipher: Specifies a password in encrypted form.

simple: Specifies a password in plaintext form. For security purposes, the password specified in plaintext form will be stored in encrypted form.

string: Specifies the FTP login password. Its plaintext form is a case-sensitive string of 1 to 32 characters. Its encrypted form is a case-sensitive string of 1 to 73 characters.

Usage guidelines

The path quality analysis operations support uploading the operation results to the FTP server.

Examples

# Configure the NQA client to upload the operation results to the FTP server at ftp://19.23.1.25, and set the login username and password to test and 123456, respectively.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa report-ftp url ftp://19.23.1.25 username test password simple 123456

nqa schedule

Use nqa schedule to configure scheduling parameters for an NQA operation.

Use undo nqa schedule to stop the operation.

Syntax

nqa schedule admin-name operation-tag start-time { hh:mm:ss [ yyyy/mm/dd | mm/dd/yyyy ] | now } lifetime { lifetime | forever } [ recurring ]

undo nqa schedule admin-name operation-tag

Default

No schedule is configured for an NQA operation.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

admin-name operation-tag: Specifies an NQA operation by its administrator name and operation tag. The admin-name argument represents the name of the administrator who creates the NQA operation. The operation-tag argument represents the operation tag. Each of the arguments is a case-insensitive string of 1 to 32 characters that cannot contain hyphens (-).

start-time: Specifies the start time and date of the NQA operation.

hh:mm:ss: Specifies the start time of an NQA operation.

yyyy/mm/dd: Specifies the start date of an NQA operation. The default value is the current system time, and the value for the yyyy argument is in the range of 2000 to 2035.

mm/dd/yyyy: Specifies the start date of an NQA operation. The default value is the current system time, and the value for the yyyy argument is in the range of 2000 to 2035.

now: Starts the operation immediately.

lifetime: Specifies the duration of an operation.

lifetime: Specifies the duration of an operation in seconds. The value range is 1 to 2147483647.

forever: Performs the operation until you stop it by using the undo nqa schedule command.

recurring: Runs the operation automatically at the start time and for the specified duration. If you do not specify this keyword, the NQA operation is performed only once at the specified date and time.

Usage guidelines

You cannot enter the view of a scheduled NQA operation. If you want to enter such a view, use the undo nqa schedule command to stop the NQA operation first.

The NQA operation works between the specified start time and the end time (the start time plus operation duration). If the specified start time is ahead of the system time, the operation starts immediately. If both the specified start time and end time are ahead of the system time, the operation does not start. To display the current system time, use the display clock command.

Specify a lifetime long enough for an operation to complete.

Examples

# Schedule the operation with administrator name admin and operation tag test to start on 08:08:08 2019/08/08 and last 1000 seconds.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa schedule admin test start-time 08:08:08 2019/08/08 lifetime 1000 recurring

Related commands

destination ip

display clock (Fundamentals Command Reference)

nqa entry

type

nqa template

Use nqa template to create an NQA template and enter its view, or enter the view of an existing NQA template.

Use undo nqa template to remove an NQA template.

Syntax

nqa template { arp | dns | ftp | http | https | icmp | imap | pop3 | radius | smtp | snmp | ssl | tcp | tcphalfopen | udp } name

undo nqa template { arp | dns | ftp | http | https | icmp | imap | pop3 | radius | smtp | snmp | ssl | tcp | tcphalfopen | udp } name

Default

No NQA templates exist.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

arp: Specifies the ARP template.

dns: Specifies the DNS template.

ftp: Specifies the FTP template.

http: Specifies the HTTP template.

https: Specifies the HTTPS template.

icmp: Specifies the ICMP template.

imap: Specifies the IMAP template.

pop3: Specifies the POP3 template.

radius: Specifies the RADIUS template.

smtp: Specifies the SMTP template.

snmp: Specifies the SNMP template.

ssl: Specifies the SSL template.

tcp: Specifies the TCP template.

tcphalfopen: Specifies the TCP half open template.

udp: Specifies the UDP template.

name: Specifies the name of the NQA template, a case-insensitive string of 1 to 32 characters.

Examples

# Create an ICMP template named icmptplt, and enter its view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt]

nqa twamp-light client

Use nqa twamp-light client to enable the TWAMP Light client and enter its view, or enter the view of the enabled TWAMP Light client.

Use undo nqa twamp-light client to disable the TWAMP Light client.

Syntax

nqa twamp-light client

undo nqa twamp-light client

Default

The TWAMP Light client is disabled.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

The Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP) measures network performance in the complex networks. To create test sessions, you must first use the nqa twamp-light client command to enter TWAMP Light client view.

The undo nqa twamp-light client command disables the TWAMP Light client and deletes the test sessions on the TWAMP Light client.

Examples

# Enable the TWAMP Light client and enter its view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client]

nqa twamp-light sender

Use nqa twamp-light sender to enable the TWAMP Light sender and enter its view, or enter the view of the enabled TWAMP Light sender.

Use undo nqa twamp-light sender to disable the TWAMP Light sender.

Syntax

nqa twamp-light sender

undo nqa twamp-light sender

Default

The TWAMP Light sender is disabled.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

In the TWAMP Light sender view, you can start or stop a TWAMP Light test.

Examples

# Enable the TWAMP Light sender and enter its view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light sender

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-sender]

operation (FTP operation view)

Use operation to specify the operation type for the FTP operation.

Use undo operation to restore the default.

Syntax

operation { get | put }

undo operation

Default

The FTP operation type is get.

Views

FTP operation view

FTP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

get: Gets a file from the FTP server.

put: Transfers a file to the FTP server.

Usage guidelines

When you perform the put operation with the filename command configured, make sure the file exists on the NQA client.

If you get a file from the FTP server, make sure the file specified in the URL exists on the FTP server. The NQA client does not save the file obtained from the FTP server.

Use a small file for the FTP operation. A big file might result in transfer failure because of timeout, or might affect other services for occupying much network bandwidth.

Examples

# Set the operation type to put for the FTP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type ftp

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-ftp] operation put

# In FTP template view, set the operation type to put for the FTP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template ftp ftptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-ftp-ftptplt] operation put

Related commands

password

username

operation (HTTP/HTTPS operation view)

Use operation to specify the operation type for the HTTP or HTTPS operation.

Use undo operation to restore the default.

Syntax

operation { get | post | raw }

undo operation

Default

The HTTP or HTTPS operation type is get.

Views

HTTP operation view

HTTP/HTTPS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

get: Gets data from the HTTP or HTTPS server.

post: Transfers data to the HTTP or HTTPS server.

raw: Sends the RAW request to the HTTP or HTTPS server.

Usage guidelines

The HTTP and HTTPS operations use HTTP and HTTPS requests as probe packets.

For the get or post operation, the content in the request is obtained from the URL specified by the url command.

For the raw operation, the content in the request is configured in raw request view. You can use the raw-request command to enter the raw request view.

Examples

# Set the operation type to raw for the HTTP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type http

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-http] operation raw

# In HTTP template view, set the operation type to raw for the HTTP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template http httptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-http-httptplt] operation raw

Related commands

password

raw-request

username

out interface

Use out interface to specify the output interface for probe packets.

Use undo out interface to restore the default.

Syntax

out interface interface-type interface-number

undo out interface

Default

The output interface for probe packets is not specified. The NQA client determines the output interface based on the routing table lookup.

Views

ICMP echo operation view

DHCP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

UDP jitter operation view

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

interface-type interface-number: Specifies an interface by its type and number.

Usage guidelines

For successful operation, the specified output interface must be up.

If both the next-hop and out interface commands are configured for the ICMP echo operation, the out interface command does not take effect.

Examples

# Specify HundredGigE 1/0/1 as the output interface for probe packets in the UDP tracert operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-tracert

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-tracert] out interface hundredgige 1/0/1

# Specify HundredGigE 1/0/1 as the output interface for probe packets in the TWAMP Light client-session view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] out interface hundredgige 1/0/1

password

Use password to specify a password.

Use undo password to restore the default.

Syntax

password { cipher | simple } string

undo password

Default

No password is specified.

Views

FTP/HTTP operation view

FTP/HTTP/HTTPS/IMAP/POP3/RADIUS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

cipher: Specifies a password in encrypted form.

simple: Specifies a password in plaintext form. For security purposes, the password specified in plaintext form will be stored in encrypted form.

string: Specifies the password. This argument is case sensitive and its value varies as follows:

·     For FTP, HTTP, and HTTPS operations, the plaintext form of the password is a string of 1 to 32 characters. The encrypted form of the password is a string of 1 to 73 characters.

·     For RADIUS templates, the plaintext form of the password is a string of 1 to 64 characters. The encrypted form of the password is a string of 1 to 117 characters.

·     For IMAP and POP3 templates, the plaintext form of the password is a string of 1 to 40 characters. The encrypted form of the password is a string of 1 to 85 characters.

Examples

# Set the FTP login password to ftpuser.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type ftp

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-ftp] password simple ftpuser

# Set the FTP login password to ftpuser in FTP template view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template ftp ftptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-ftp-ftptplt] password simple ftpuser

Related commands

operation

username

priority 8021p

Use priority 8021p to set the 802.1p priority for the probe packets in the path quality analysis operations.

Use undo priority 8021p to restore the default.

Syntax

priority 8021p value

undo priority 8021p

Default

The 802.1p priority of the probe packets in the path quality analysis operations is 0.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

value: Specifies the 802.1p priority value in the range of 0 to 7.

Usage guidelines

To test the service quality for specific packet priorities in a congested Layer 2 network, you can use this command to specify the priorities.

For more information about 802.1p priority, see QoS in ACL and QoS Configuration Guide.

Examples

# Set the 802.1p priority to 1 for probe packets in the latency operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type latency

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-latency] priority 8021p 1

probe count

Use probe count to specify the probe times.

Use undo probe count to restore the default.

Syntax

probe count times

undo probe count

Default

In an UDP tracert operation, the NQA client performs three probes to each hop along the path.

In other types of operations, the NQA client performs one probe to the destination per operation.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

times: Specifies the probe times.

·     For the UDP tracert operation, this argument specifies the times of probes to each hop along the path. The value range for this argument is 1 to 10.

·     For other types of operations, this argument specifies the times of probes to the destination per operation. The value range for this argument is 1 to 15.

Usage guidelines

The following describes how NQA performs different types of operations:

·     A TCP or DLSw operation sets up a connection.

·     An ICMP jitter operation sends a number of probe packets. The number of probe packets is set by using the probe packet-number command.

·     An FTP operation uploads or downloads a file.

·     An HTTP operation gets a Web page.

·     A DHCP operation gets an IP address through DHCP.

·     A DNS operation translates a domain name to an IP address.

·     An ICMP echo sends an ICMP echo request.

·     A UDP echo operation sends a UDP packet.

·     An SNMP operation sends one SNMPv1 packet, one SNMPv2c packet, and one SNMPv3 packet.

·     A UDP tracert operation determines the routing path from the source to the destination. The number of probe packets sent to each hop is set by using the probe count command.

If an operation is to perform multiple probes, the NQA client starts a new probe in one of the following conditions:

·     The NQA client receives responses to packets sent in the last probe.

·     The probe timeout time expires.

Examples

# Configure the ICMP echo operation to perform 10 probes.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] probe count 10

probe duration

Use probe duration to specify the probe duration.

Use undo probe duration to restore the default.

Syntax

probe duration time

undo probe duration

Default

The probe duration is 60 seconds.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

time: Specifies the probe duration in seconds. The value range is 10 to 172800.

Examples

# Set the probe duration to 90 seconds for the throughput operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] probe duration 90

probe interval

Use probe interval to specify the interval between consecutive probes.

Use undo probe interval to restore the default.

Syntax

probe interval interval

undo probe interval

Default

The probe interval is 4 seconds.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

time: Specifies the probe interval in seconds. The value range is 1 to 60.

Usage guidelines

After a frame loss, latency, or throughput operation probe is complete, the NQA client waits the specified probe interval before starting another probe.

Examples

# Set the probe interval to 30 seconds for the throughput operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] probe interval 30

probe packet-interval

Use probe packet-interval to configure the packet sending interval in the probe.

Use undo probe packet-interval to restore the default.

Syntax

probe packet-interval interval

undo probe packet-interval

Default

The packet sending interval is 20 milliseconds.

Views

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

interval: Specifies the sending interval in the range of 10 to 60000 milliseconds.

Examples

# Configure the UDP jitter operation to send packets every 100 milliseconds.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] probe packet-interval 100

probe packet-number

Use probe packet-number to set the number of packets to be sent per probe.

Use undo probe packet-number to restore the default.

Syntax

probe packet-number number

undo probe packet-number

Default

An ICMP jitter probe sends 10 packets.

Views

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

number: Specifies the number of packets to be sent per probe. The value range for the ICMP jitter operations is 10 to 1000.

Examples

# Configure the UDP jitter probe to send 100 packets.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] probe packet-number 100

probe packet-timeout

Use probe packet-timeout to set the amount of time the NQA client waits for a response from the destination device.

Use undo probe packet-timeout to restore the default.

Syntax

probe packet-timeout timeout

undo probe packet-timeout

Default

The response timeout time in the ICMP jitter operation is 3000 milliseconds.

Views

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

timeout: Specifies the timeout time in milliseconds. The value range is 10 to 3600000.

Examples

# Set the response timeout time to 100 milliseconds in the UDP jitter operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] probe packet-timeout 100

probe timeout

Use probe timeout to set the probe timeout time.

Use undo probe timeout to restore the default.

Syntax

probe timeout timeout

undo probe timeout

Default

The timeout time of a probe is 3000 milliseconds.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

Frame loss/latency/throughput/Y.1564 operation view

Any NQA template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

timeout: Specifies the probe timeout time in milliseconds. The value range for this argument varies as follows:

·     For FTP and HTTP operations, the value range is 10 to 86400000.

·     For DHCP, DNS, DLSw, ICMP echo, SNMP, TCP, UDP echo, and UDP tracert operations, the value range is 10 to 3600000.

·     For frame loss, latency, throughput, and Y.1564 operations, the value range is 1 to 60000.

·     For FTP, HTTP, and HTTPS templates, the value range is 10 to 86400000.

·     For other types of NQA templates, the value range is 10 to 3600000.

Usage guidelines

If a probe does not complete within the period, the probe is timed out.

Examples

# Set the probe timeout time to 10000 milliseconds for the DHCP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type dhcp

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-dhcp] probe timeout 10000

# In HTTP template view, set the probe timeout time to 10000 milliseconds for the HTTP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template http httptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-http-httptplt] probe timeout 10000

raw-request

Use raw-request to enter raw request view and specify the content of an HTTP or HTTPS request.

Use undo raw-request to restore the default.

Syntax

raw-request

undo raw-request

Default

The contents of an HTTP or HTTPS raw request are not specified.

Views

HTTP operation view

HTTP/HTTPS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

This command places you in raw request view and deletes the previously configured request content. To ensure successful operations, make sure the request content is in the correct format.

If the HTTP or HTTPS operation type is set to raw, you must enter raw request view and configure the request content to be sent to the HTTP or HTTPS server. To ensure successful operations, make sure the request content does not contain command aliases configured by using the alias command. For more information about the alias command, see CLI commands in Fundamentals Command Reference.

Examples

# Enter raw request view and specify the content of a GET request for the HTTP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type http

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-http] raw-request

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-http-raw-request] GET /sdn/ui/app/index HTTP/1.0\r\nHost: 172.0.0.2\r\n\r\n

# In HTTP template view, enter raw request view and specify the content of a POST request for the HTTP operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template http httptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-http-httptplt] raw-request

[Sysname-nqatplt-http-httptplt-raw-request] POST /sdn/ui/app/index HTTP/1.0\r\nHost:

 172.0.0.2\r\nAuthorization: Basic cm9vdDoxMjM0NTY=\r\n\r\n

reaction checked-element { jitter-ds | jitter-sd }

Use reaction checked-element { jitter-ds | jitter-sd } to configure a reaction entry for monitoring the one-way jitter in the NQA operation.

Use undo reaction to delete a reaction entry.

Syntax

reaction item-number checked-element { jitter-ds | jitter-sd } threshold-type { accumulate accumulate-occurrences | average } threshold-value upper-threshold lower-threshold [ action-type { none | trap-only } ]

undo reaction item-number

Default

No reaction entries for monitoring one-way jitter exist.

Views

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

item-number: Assigns an ID to the reaction entry, in the range of 1 to 10.

jitter-ds: Specifies the destination-to-source jitter of each probe packet as the monitored element (or performance metric).

jitter-sd: Specifies source-to-destination jitter of each probe packet as the monitored element.

threshold-type: Specifies a threshold type.

accumulate accumulate-occurrences: Checks the total number of threshold violations in the operation. The value range is 1 to 14999 for the ICMP jitter operations.

average: Checks the average one-way jitter.

threshold-value: Specifies threshold range in milliseconds.

upper-threshold: Specifies the upper limit in the range of 0 to 3600000.

lower-threshold: Specifies the lower limit in the range of 0 to 3600000. It must not be greater than the upper limit.

action-type: Specifies the action to be triggered. The default action is none.

none: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display.

trap-only: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display and meanwhile sending SNMP trap messages to the NMS.

Usage guidelines

You cannot edit a reaction entry after it is created. To change the attributes in a reaction entry, use the undo reaction command to delete the entry, and then configure a new one.

Only successful probe packets are monitored. Statistics about failed probe packets are not collected.

Examples

# Create reaction entry 1 for monitoring the average destination-to-source jitter of UDP jitter packets, and set the upper limit to 50 milliseconds and the lower limit to 5 milliseconds. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. After the operation, the average destination-to-source jitter is checked against the threshold range. If it exceeds the upper limit, the state of the reaction entry is set to over-threshold. If it is below the lower limit, the state is set to below-threshold. Once the state of the reaction entry changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] reaction 1 checked-element jitter-ds threshold-type average threshold-value 50 5 action-type trap-only

# Create reaction entry 2 for monitoring the destination-to-source jitter of UDP jitter probe packets, and set the upper limit to 50 milliseconds, and the lower limit to 5 milliseconds. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. After the operation, the destination-to-source jitter is checked against the threshold range. If the total number of threshold violations reaches or exceeds 100, the state of the entry is set to over-threshold. Otherwise, the state of the entry is set to below-threshold. Once the state of the reaction entry changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] reaction 2 checked-element jitter-ds threshold-type accumulate 100 threshold-value 50 5 action-type trap-only

reaction checked-element { owd-ds | owd-sd }

Use reaction checked-element { owd-ds | owd-sd } to configure a reaction entry for monitoring the one-way delay.

Use undo reaction to delete a reaction entry.

Syntax

reaction item-number checked-element { owd-ds | owd-sd } threshold-value upper-threshold lower-threshold

undo reaction item-number

Default

No reaction entries for monitoring the one-way delay exist.

Views

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

item-number: Assigns an ID to the reaction entry, in the range of 1 to 10.

owd-ds: Specifies the destination-to-source delay of each probe packet as the monitored element.

owd-sd: Specifies the source-to-destination delay of each probe packet as the monitored element.

threshold-value: Specifies threshold range in milliseconds.

upper-threshold: Specifies the upper limit in the range of 0 to 3600000.

lower-threshold: Specifies the lower limit in the range of 0 to 3600000. It must not be greater than the upper limit.

Usage guidelines

You cannot edit a reaction entry after it is created. To change the attributes in a reaction entry, use the undo reaction command to delete the entry, and then configure a new one.

Only successful probe packets are monitored. Statistics about failed probe packets are not collected.

No actions can be configured for a reaction entry of monitoring one-way delays. To display the monitoring results and statistics, use the display nqa reaction counters and display nqa statistics commands.

Examples

# Create reaction entry 1 for monitoring the destination-to-source delay of every UDP jitter packet, and set the upper limit to 50 milliseconds and lower limit to 5 milliseconds. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. The destination-to-source delay is calculated after the response to the probe packet arrives. If the delay exceeds the upper limit, the state of the reaction entry is set to over-threshold. If it is below the lower limit, the state is set to below-threshold. Once the state of the reaction entry changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] reaction 1 checked-element owd-ds threshold-value 50 5

reaction checked-element packet-loss

Use reaction checked-element packet-loss to configure a reaction entry for monitoring packet loss in an NQA operation.

Use undo reaction to delete a reaction entry.

Syntax

reaction item-number checked-element packet-loss threshold-type accumulate accumulate-occurrences [ action-type { none | trap-only } ]

undo reaction item-number

Default

No reaction entries for monitoring packet loss exist.

Views

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

item-number: Assigns an ID to the reaction entry, in the range of 1 to 10.

threshold-type: Specifies a threshold type.

accumulate accumulate-occurrences: Specifies the total number of lost packets in the operation. The value range is 1 to 15000 for the ICMP jitter operations.

action-type: Specifies what action to be triggered. The default action is none.

none: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display.

trap-only: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display and meanwhile sending SNMP trap messages to the NMS.

Usage guidelines

You cannot edit a reaction entry after it is created. To change the attributes in a reaction entry, use the undo reaction command to delete the entry, and then configure a new one.

Examples

# Create reaction entry 1 for monitoring packet loss in the UDP jitter operation. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. After the operation, the total number of the lost packets is checked against the threshold. If the number reaches or exceeds 100, the state of the reaction entry is set to over-threshold. Otherwise, the state is set to below-threshold. Once the state of the reaction entry changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] reaction 1 checked-element packet-loss threshold-type accumulate 100 action-type trap-only

reaction checked-element probe-duration

Use reaction checked-element probe-duration to configure a reaction entry for monitoring the probe duration.

Use undo reaction to delete a reaction entry.

Syntax

reaction item-number checked-element probe-duration threshold-type { accumulate accumulate-occurrences | average | consecutive consecutive-occurrences } threshold-value upper-threshold lower-threshold [ action-type { none | trap-only } ]

undo reaction item-number

Default

No reaction entries for monitoring the probe duration exist.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

item-number: Assigns an ID to the reaction entry, in the range of 1 to 10.

threshold-type: Specifies a threshold type.

accumulate accumulate-occurrences: Checks the total number of threshold violations. The value range is 1 to 15.

average: Checks the average probe duration.

consecutive consecutive-occurrences: Specifies the number of consecutive threshold violations after the NQA operation starts. The value range is 1 to 16.

threshold-value: Specifies threshold range in milliseconds.

upper-threshold: Specifies the upper limit in the range of 0 to 3600000.

lower-threshold: Specifies the lower limit in the range of 0 to 3600000. It must not be greater than the upper threshold.

action-type: Specifies what action to be triggered. The default action is none.

none: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display.

trap-only: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display and meanwhile sending SNMP trap messages to the NMS. This keyword is not available for the DNS operation.

Usage guidelines

You cannot edit a reaction entry after it is created. To change the attributes in a reaction entry, use the undo reaction command to delete the entry, and then configure a new one.

Only successful probe packets are monitored. Statistics about failed probe packets are not collected.

Examples

# Create reaction entry 1 for monitoring the average probe duration of ICMP echo operation, and set the upper limit to 50 milliseconds and lower limit to 5 milliseconds. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. After the operation, the average probe duration is checked. If it exceeds the upper limit, the state is set to over-threshold. If it is below the lower limit, the state of the reaction entry is set to below-threshold. Once the state of the reaction entry changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] reaction 1 checked-element probe-duration threshold-type average threshold-value 50 5 action-type trap-only

# Create reaction entry 2 for monitoring the probe duration of ICMP echo operation, and set the upper limit to 50 milliseconds and the lower limit to 5 milliseconds. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. After the operation, the accumulated probe duration is checked against the threshold range. If the total number of threshold violations reaches or exceeds 10, the state of the entry is set to over-threshold. If it is below the lower threshold, the state of the entry is set to below-threshold. Once the state of the reaction entry changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] reaction 2 checked-element probe-duration threshold-type accumulate 10 threshold-value 50 5 action-type trap-only

# Create reaction entry 3 for monitoring the probe duration time of ICMP echo operation, and set the upper limit to 50 milliseconds and the lower limit to 5 milliseconds. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. After the operation, the consecutive probe duration is checked against the threshold range. If the total number of consecutive threshold violations reaches or exceeds 10, the state of the entry is set to over-threshold. If it is below the lower threshold, the state of the entry is set to below-threshold. Once the state of the reaction entry changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] reaction 3 checked-element probe-duration threshold-type consecutive 10 threshold-value 50 5 action-type trap-only

reaction checked-element probe-fail (for trap)

Use reaction checked-element probe-fail to configure a reaction entry for monitoring the probe failures of the operation.

Use undo reaction to delete a reaction entry.

Syntax

reaction item-number checked-element probe-fail threshold-type { accumulate accumulate-occurrences | consecutive consecutive-occurrences } [ action-type { none | trap-only } ]

undo reaction item-number

Default

No reaction entries for monitoring probe failures exist.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

item-number: Assigns an ID to the reaction entry, in the range of 1 to 10.

threshold-type: Specifies a threshold type.

accumulate accumulate-occurrences: Checks the total number of probe failures. The value range is 1 to 15.

consecutive consecutive-occurrences: Checks the maximum number of consecutive probe failures. The value range is 1 to 16.

action-type: Specifies what action to be triggered. The default action is none.

none: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display.

trap-only: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display and meanwhile sending SNMP trap messages to the NMS. This keyword is not available for the DNS operation.

Usage guidelines

You cannot edit a reaction entry after it is created. To change the attributes in a reaction entry, use the undo reaction command to delete the entry, and then configure a new one.

Examples

# Create reaction entry 1 for monitoring the probe failures in ICMP echo operation. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. If the total number of probe failures reaches or exceeds 10, the state of the entry is set to over-threshold. If it is below the threshold, the state of the entry is set to below-threshold. Once the state of the reaction entry changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] reaction 1 checked-element probe-fail threshold-type accumulate 10 action-type trap-only

# Create reaction entry 2 for monitoring the probe failures in ICMP echo operation. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. If the number of consecutive probe failures reaches or exceeds 10, the state of the entry is set to over-threshold. If it is below the threshold, the state of the entry is set to below-threshold. Once the state of the reaction entry changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] reaction 2 checked-element probe-fail threshold-type consecutive 10 action-type trap-only

reaction checked-element probe-fail (for trigger)

Use reaction checked-element probe-fail to configure a reaction entry for monitoring probe failures.

Use undo reaction to delete a reaction entry.

Syntax

reaction item-number checked-element probe-fail threshold-type consecutive consecutive-occurrences action-type trigger-only

undo reaction item-number

Default

No reaction entries for monitoring probe failures exist.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

item-number: Assigns an ID to the reaction entry, in the range of 1 to 10.

threshold-type: Specifies a threshold type.

consecutive consecutive-occurrences: Checks the maximum number of consecutive probe failures, in the range of 1 to 16.

action-type: Specifies what action to be triggered.

trigger-only: Triggers other modules to react to certain conditions.

Usage guidelines

You cannot edit a reaction entry after it is created. To change the attributes in a reaction entry, use the undo reaction command to delete the entry, and then configure a new one.

Examples

# Create reaction entry 1. If the number of consecutive probe failures reaches 3, collaboration is triggered.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type tcp

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-tcp] reaction 1 checked-element probe-fail threshold-type consecutive 3 action-type trigger-only

Related commands

track (High Availability Command Reference)

reaction checked-element rtt

Use reaction checked-element rtt to configure a reaction entry for monitoring packet round-trip time.

Use undo reaction to delete a reaction entry.

Syntax

reaction item-number checked-element rtt threshold-type { accumulate accumulate-occurrences | average } threshold-value upper-threshold lower-threshold [ action-type { none | trap-only } ]

undo reaction item-number

Default

No reaction entries for monitoring packet round-trip time exist.

Views

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

item-number: Assigns an ID to the reaction entry, in the range of 1 to 10.

threshold-type: Specifies a threshold type.

accumulate accumulate-occurrences: Checks the total number of threshold violations. The value range for the ICMP jitter operations is 1 to 15000.

average: Checks the packet average round-trip time.

threshold-value: Specifies threshold range in milliseconds.

upper-threshold: Specifies the upper limit in the range of 0 to 3600000.

lower-threshold: Specifies the lower limit in the range of 0 to 3600000. It must not be greater than the upper limit.

action-type: Specifies what action to be triggered. The default action is none.

none: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display.

trap-only: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display and meanwhile sending SNMP trap messages to the NMS.

Usage guidelines

You cannot edit a reaction entry after it is created. To change the attributes in a reaction entry, use the undo reaction command to delete the entry, and then configure a new one.

Only successful probe packets are monitored. Statistics about failed probe packets are not collected.

Examples

# Create reaction entry 1 for monitoring the average round-trip time of UDP jitter probe packets, and set the upper limit to 50 milliseconds and lower limit to 5 milliseconds. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. After the operation, the average packet round-trip time is checked. If it exceeds the upper limit, the state is set to over-threshold. If it is below the lower limit, the state is set to below-threshold. Once the reaction entry state changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] reaction 1 checked-element rtt threshold-type average threshold-value 50 5 action-type trap-only

# Create reaction entry 2 for monitoring the round-trip time of UDP jitter probe packets, and set the upper limit to 50 milliseconds and lower limit to 5 milliseconds. Before the NQA operation starts, the initial state of the reaction entry is invalid. After the operation, the packet round-trip time is checked. If the total number of threshold violations reaches or exceeds 100, the state of the entry is set to over-threshold. Otherwise, the state of the entry is set to below-threshold. Once the state of the reaction entry changes, a trap message is generated and sent to the NMS.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-jitter

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-jitter] reaction 1 checked-element rtt threshold-type accumulate 100 threshold-value 50 5 action-type trap-only

reaction checked-element two-way-delay

Use reaction checked-element two-way-delay to configure a reaction entry for monitoring the two-way delay in the TWAMP Light tests.

Use undo reaction trap to delete a reaction entry.

Syntax

reaction item-number checked-element two-way-delay threshold-value upper-threshold lower-threshold [ action-type { none | trap-only } ]

undo reaction item-number

Default

No reaction entries for monitoring two-way delay exist.

Views

Client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

item-number: Assigns an ID to the reaction entry, in the range of 1 to 10.

threshold-value: Specifies threshold range in microseconds.

upper-threshold: Specifies the upper limit in the range of 2 to 1000000.

lower-threshold: Specifies the lower limit in the range of 1 to 999999. It must not be greater than the upper limit.

action-type: Specifies the action to be triggered. The default action is none.

none: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display.

trap-only: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display and sending SNMP trap messages to the NMS.

Usage guidelines

You cannot edit a reaction entry after it is created. To change the attributes in a reaction entry, use the undo reaction command to delete the entry, and then configure a new one.

Only successful probe packets are monitored. Statistics about failed probe packets are not collected.

In a TWAMP test, the device monitors the test result, and starts the monitoring time when either of the following conditions is met:

·     The monitoring result goes beyond the threshold upper limit.

·     The monitoring result drops below the threshold lower limit from a monitoring result higher than the lower limit.

If either condition is always true during the monitoring time, a threshold violation occurs. To set the monitoring time, use the monitor-time keyword in the start command.

Examples

# Create reaction entry 1 for monitoring the two-way delay of probe packets, and set the upper limit to 50 microseconds and the lower limit to 5 microseconds.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] reaction 1 checked-element two-way-delay threshold-value 50 5 action-type trap-only

Related commands

start (Twamp Light sender view)

reaction checked-element two-way-jitter

Use reaction checked-element two-way-jitter to configure a reaction entry for monitoring the two-way jitter in the TWAMP Light tests.

Use undo reaction to delete a reaction entry.

Syntax

reaction item-number checked-element two-way-jitter threshold-value upper-threshold lower-threshold [ action-type { none | trap-only } ]

undo reaction item-number

Default

No reaction entries for monitoring two-way jitter exist.

Views

Client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

item-number: Assigns an ID to the reaction entry, in the range of 1 to 10.

threshold-value: Specifies threshold range in microseconds.

upper-threshold: Specifies the upper limit in the range of 2 to 1000000.

lower-threshold: Specifies the lower limit in the range of 1 to 999999. It must not be greater than the upper limit.

action-type: Specifies the action to be triggered. The default action is none.

none: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display.

trap-only: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display and sending SNMP trap messages to the NMS.

Usage guidelines

You cannot edit a reaction entry after it is created. To change the attributes in a reaction entry, use the undo reaction command to delete the entry, and then configure a new one.

Only successful probe packets are monitored. Statistics about failed probe packets are not collected.

In a TWAMP test, the device monitors the test result, and starts the monitoring time when either of the following conditions is met:

·     The monitoring result goes beyond the threshold upper limit.

·     The monitoring result drops below the threshold lower limit from a monitoring result higher than the lower limit.

If either condition is always true during the monitoring time, a threshold violation occurs. To set the monitoring time, use the monitor-time keyword in the start command.

Examples

# Create reaction entry 1 for monitoring the two-way jitter of probe packets, and set the upper limit to 20 microseconds and the lower limit to 3 microseconds.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] reaction 1 checked-element two-way-jitter threshold-value 20 3 action-type trap-only

Related commands

start (Twamp Light sender view)

reaction checked-element two-way-loss

Use reaction checked-element two-way-loss to configure a reaction entry for monitoring the two-way packet loss in the TWAMP Light tests.

Use undo reaction to delete a reaction entry.

Syntax

reaction item-number checked-element two-way-loss threshold-value upper-threshold lower-threshold [ action-type { none | trap-only } ]

undo reaction item-number

Default

No reaction entries for monitoring two-way packet loss exist.

Views

Client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

item-number: Assigns an ID to the reaction entry, in the range of 1 to 10.

threshold-value: Specifies threshold range.

upper-threshold: Specifies the upper limit in the range of 2 to 1000000.

lower-threshold: Specifies the lower limit in the range of 1 to 999999. It must not be greater than the upper limit.

action-type: Specifies the action to be triggered. The default action is none.

none: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display.

trap-only: Specifies the action of displaying results on the terminal display and sending SNMP trap messages to the NMS.

Usage guidelines

You cannot edit a reaction entry after it is created. To change the attributes in a reaction entry, use the undo reaction command to delete the entry, and then configure a new one.

In a TWAMP test, the device monitors the test result, and starts the monitoring time when either of the following conditions is met:

·     The monitoring result goes beyond the threshold upper limit.

·     The monitoring result drops below the threshold lower limit from a monitoring result higher than the lower limit.

If either condition is always true during the monitoring time, a threshold violation occurs. To set the monitoring time, use the monitor-time keyword in the start command.

Examples

# Create reaction entry 1 for monitoring the two-way packet loss of probe packets, and set the upper limit to 1000 and the lower limit to 500.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] reaction 1 checked-element two-way-loss threshold-value 1000 500 action-type trap-only

Related commands

start (Twamp Light sender view)

reaction trap

Use reaction trap to configure the sending of traps to the NMS under specific conditions.

Use undo reaction trap to restore the default.

Syntax

reaction trap { path-change | probe-failure consecutive-probe-failures | test-complete | test-failure [ accumulate-probe-failures ] }

undo reaction trap { path-change | probe-failure | test-complete | test-failure }

Default

No traps are sent to the NMS.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

path-change: Sends a trap when the UDP tracert operation detects a different path to the destination.

probe-failure consecutive-probe-failures: Sends a trap to the NMS if the number of consecutive probe failures in an operation is greater than or equal to consecutive-probe-failures. The value range for the consecutive-probe-failures argument is 1 to 15. The system counts the number of consecutive probe failures for each operation, so multiple traps might be sent.

test-complete: Sends a trap to indicate that the operation is completed.

test-failure: Sends a trap when an operation fails. For operations other than UDP tracert operation, the system counts the total number of probe failures in an operation. If the number reaches or exceeds the value for the accumulate-probe-failures argument, a trap is sent for the operation failure.

accumulate-probe-failures: Specifies the total number of probe failures in an operation. The value range is 1 to 15. This argument is not supported by the UDP tracert operation.

Usage guidelines

The ICMP jitter operations support only the test-complete keyword.

The following parameters are not available for the UDP tracert operation:

·     The probe-failure consecutive-probe-failures option.

·     The accumulate-probe-failures argument.

Examples

# Configure the system to send a trap if five or more consecutive probe failures occur in an ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] reaction trap probe-failure 5

reaction trigger per-probe

Use reaction trigger per-probe to configure the probe result sending on a per-probe basis.

Use undo reaction trigger per-probe to restore the default.

Syntax

reaction trigger per-probe

undo reaction trigger per-probe

Default

The probe result is sent to the feature that uses the template after three consecutive failed or successful probes.

Views

ICMP/TCP half open template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

The feature enables the NQA client to send the probe result to the feature that uses the NQA template every time a probe is completed.

If you execute this command and the reaction trigger probe-fail command multiple times, the most recent configuration takes effect.

If you execute this command and the reaction trigger probe-pass command multiple times, the most recent configuration takes effect.

Examples

# In ICMP template view, configure the probe result sending on a per-probe basis.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt] reaction trigger per-probe

Related commands

reaction trigger probe-fail

reaction trigger probe-pass

reaction trigger probe-fail

Use reaction trigger probe-fail to set the number of consecutive probe failures to determine an operation failure.

Use undo reaction trigger probe-fail to restore the default.

Syntax

reaction trigger probe-fail count

undo reaction trigger probe-fail

Default

The NQA client notifies the feature of the operation failure when the number of consecutive probe failures reaches 3.

Views

Any NQA template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

count: Specifies the number of consecutive probe failures, in the range of 1 to 15.

Usage guidelines

If the number of consecutive probe failures is reached, the NQA client notifies the feature that uses the NQA template of the operation failure.

If you execute this command and the reaction trigger per-probe command multiple times, the most recent configuration takes effect.

Examples

# In HTTP template view, configure the NQA client to notify the feature of the operation failure when the number of consecutive probe failures reaches 5.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template http httptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-http-httptplt] reaction trigger probe-fail 5

Related commands

reaction trigger per-probe

reaction trigger probe-pass

reaction trigger probe-pass

Use reaction trigger probe-pass to set the number of consecutive successful probes to determine a successful operation event.

Use undo reaction trigger probe-pass to restore the default.

Syntax

reaction trigger probe-pass count

undo reaction trigger probe-pass

Default

The NQA client notifies the feature of the successful operation event if the number of consecutive successful probes reaches 3.

Views

Any NQA template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

count: Specifies the number of consecutive successful probes, in the range of 1 to 15.

Usage guidelines

If number of consecutive successful probes is reached, the NQA client notifies the feature that uses the template of the successful operation event.

If you execute this command and the reaction trigger per-probe command multiple times, the most configuration takes effect.

Examples

# In HTTP template view, configure the NQA client to notify the feature of the successful operation event if the number of consecutive successful probes reaches 5.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template http httptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-http-httptplt] reaction trigger probe-pass 5

Related commands

reaction trigger per-probe

reaction trigger probe-fail

reset nqa twamp-light statistics

Use reset nqa twamp-light statistics to clear the TWAMP Light test sessions.

Syntax

reset nqa twamp-light statistics { all | test-session session-id }

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

all: Clears statistics about all TWAMP Light test sessions.

test-session session-id: Specifies a session by its ID. The value range is 1 to 512.

Usage guidelines

Use the command with caution. Once being cleared, the test session cannot be recovered.

Examples

# Clear statistics about all TWAMP Light test sessions.

<Sysname> reset nqa twamp-light statistics all

Related commands

display nqa twamp-light statistic

resolve-target

Use resolve-target to specify the domain name to be resolved through DNS.

Use undo resolve-target to restore the default.

Syntax

resolve-target domain-name

undo resolve-target

Default

The domain name to be resolved through DNS is not specified.

Views

DNS operation view

DNS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

domain-name: Specifies the domain name to be resolved. The domain name is a dot-separated case-sensitive string of 1 to 255 characters including letters, digits, hyphens (-), and underscores (_). For example, aabbcc.com. Each part consists of 1 to 63 characters, and consecutive dots (.) are not allowed.

Examples

# Specify domain1 as the domain name to be resolved.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type dns

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-dns] resolve-target domain1

# In DNS template view, specify domain1 as the domain name to be resolved.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template dns dnstplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-dns-dnstplt] resolve-target domain1

resolve-type

Use resolve-type to configure the domain name resolution type.

Use undo resolve-type to restore the default.

Syntax

resolve-type { A | AAAA }

undo resolve-type

Default

The domain name resolution type is type A.

Views

DNS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

A: Specifies the type A queries. A type A query resolves a domain name to a mapped IPv4 address.

AAAA: Specifies the type AAAA queries. A type AAAA query resolves a domain name to a mapped IPv6 address.

Examples

# In DNS template view, set the domain name resolution type to A.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template dns dnstplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-dns-dnstplt] resolve-type A

route-option bypass-route

Use route-option bypass-route to enable the routing table bypass feature to test the connectivity to the direct destination.

Use undo route-option bypass-route to disable the routing table bypass feature.

Syntax

route-option bypass-route

undo route-option bypass-route

Default

The routing table bypass feature is disabled.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

When the routing table bypass feature is enabled, the following events occur:

·     The routing table is not searched. Packets are sent to the destination on a directly connected network.

·     The TTL value in the probe packet is set to 1. The TTL set in the ttl command does not take effect.

This command does not take effect if the destination address of the NQA operation is an IPv6 address.

Examples

# Enable the routing table bypass feature.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] route-option bypass-route

source interface (frame loss/latency/throughput/TWAMP Light client-session view)

Use source interface to specify a source AC or source interface for probe packets.

Use undo source interface to restore the default.

Syntax

source interface interface-type interface-number [ service-instance instance-id ]

undo source interface

Default

No source AC or source interface is specified for probe packets.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

interface-type interface-number: Specifies an interface by its type and number.

service-instance instance-id: Specifies an Ethernet service instance by its ID in the range of 1 to 4096. In Layer 2 networks, an Ethernet service instance and a source interface determine a source AC interface. For more information about the Ethernet service instance and AC interface, see VPLS in MPLS Configuration Guide.

Usage guidelines

On an L2VPN network, you can execute this command to bind an Ethernet service instance to the Layer 2 Ethernet interface to create a source AC interface for sending probe packets.

On a Layer 3 network, you can execute this command to use the Layer 3 Ethernet interface as the source interface for sending probe packets.

Follow these guidelines when you configure this command:

·     The specified interface must be up.

·     If the interface-type interface-number argument represents a Layer 2 interface, the service-instance instance-id option is required.

·     If the interface-type interface-number argument represents a Layer 3 interface, the following rules apply:

¡     In an MPLS L3VPN network, do not specify the service-instance instance-id option.

¡     In an MPLS L2VPN network, the service-instance instance-id option is optional. This option takes effect if the Layer 3 interface switches to a Layer 2 interface. In this case, you do not have to stop the operation and reconfigure this command. The operation restarts automatically by using the new source AC after the MPLS L2VPN configuration is modified.

For the TWAMP Light test in a Layer 2 network, the source interface must be specified.

Examples

# Specify service instance 1 on HundredGigE 1/0/1 as the source AC interface for the throughput operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] source interface hundredgige 1/0/1 service-instance 1

# In the TWAMP Light client-session view, specify Ethernet service instance service-instance 1 on HundredGigE 1/0/1 as the source AC interface.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] source interface hundredgige 1/0/1 service-instance 1

Related commands

source ip

source interface (ICMP echo/UDP tracert operation view)

Use source interface to specify the IP address of an interface as the source IP address of probe packets.

Use undo source interface to restore the default.

Syntax

source interface interface-type interface-number

undo source interface

Default

The probe packets take the primary IP address of the outgoing interface as their source IP address.

Views

ICMP echo operation view

UDP tracert operation view

ICMP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

interface-type interface-number: Specifies an interface by its type and number.

Usage guidelines

The specified interface must be up. If the interface is down, no probe requests can be sent out.

If you execute this command and the source ip or source ipv6 command for an ICMP echo operation or ICMP template multiple times, the most recent configuration takes effect.

If you execute this command and the source ip command for a UDP tracert operation multiple times, the most recent configuration takes effect.

Examples

# Specify the IP address of interface HundredGigE 1/0/1 as the source IP address of ICMP echo request packets.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] source interface hundredgige 1/0/1

# In ICMP template view, specify the IP address of the interface HundredGigE 1/0/1 as the source IP address of ICMP echo request packets.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt] source interface hundredgige 1/0/1

Related commands

source ip

source ipv6

source ip

Use source ip to configure the source IPv4 address for probe packets.

Use undo source ip to restore the default.

Syntax

source ip ipv4-address

undo source ip

Default

The source IPv4 address for probe packets is not specified for the frame loss, latency, throughput, or TWAMP Light test. For other types of NQA operations, the probe packets take the primary IP address of their output interface as the source IPv4 address.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Any NQA template view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

Ipv4-address: Specifies the source IPv4 address for probe packets.

Usage guidelines

The specified source IP address must be the IPv4 address of a local interface, and the local interface must be up. Otherwise, no probe packets can be sent out. This restriction does not apply to the frame loss, latency, or throughput operation.

For an NQA template, if the source and destination addresses are of different IP versions, the source address does not take effect.

If you execute the source interface and source ip commands multiple times for an ICMP echo operation, UDP tracert operation, or ICMP template, the most recent configuration takes effect.

For path quality analysis operations to start successfully, configure the source and destination IP addresses as follows:

·     In a Layer 3 Ethernet and L3VPN network, configure both source and destination IP addresses.

·     In other networks, you must configure both of them or none of them. If they are configured, make sure the source and destination IP addresses are of the same IP version.

For the TWAMP Light test to start successfully in a Layer 2 or Layer 3 network, the source IP address, destination IP address, source port number, and destination port number must be all specified. In addition, for the test in the Layer 3 network, make sure the source and destination IP addresses can reach each other.

Examples

# Specify 10.1.1.1 as the source IPv4 address for ICMP echo requests.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] source ip 10.1.1.1

# In ICMP template view, specify 10.1.1.1 as the source IPv4 address for ICMP echo requests.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt] source ip 10.1.1.1

# In TWAMP Light client-session view, specify 10.1.1.1 as the source IPv4 address for the TWAMP Light tests.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] source ip 10.1.1.1

Related commands

source interface

source ipv6

Use source ipv6 to configure the source IPv6 address for probe packets.

Use undo source ipv6 to restore the default.

Syntax

source ipv6 ipv6-address

undo source ipv6

Default

The source IPv6 address for probe packets is not specified for the frame loss, latency, or throughput, operation. For other types of NQA operations, the probe packets take the IPv6 address of their output interface as the source IPv6 address.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

UDP jitter operation view

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

DNS/FTP/HTTP/HTTPS/ICMP/IMAP/POP3/RADIUS/SMTP/SNMP/SSL/TCP/TCP half open/UDP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ipv6-address: Specifies the source IPv6 address for probe packets. IPv6 link-local addresses are not supported.

ipv6-address1 to ipv6-address2: Specifies a source IPv6 address range. The ipv6-address2 must be higher than ipv6-address1. Between the two source IPv6 addresses, only one octet difference is allowed and the value difference cannot exceed 127.

Usage guidelines

The specified source IPv6 address must be the IPv6 address of a local interface. The local interface must be up. Otherwise, no probe packets can be sent out.

For an NQA template, if the source and destination addresses are of different IP versions, the source address does not take effect.

If you execute the source interface and source ipv6 commands multiple times for an ICMP echo operation or ICMP template, the most recent configuration takes effect.

For path quality analysis operations to start successfully, configure the source and destination IP addresses as follows:

·     In a Layer 3 Ethernet and L3VPN network, configure both source and destination IP addresses.

·     In other networks, you must configure both of them or none of them. If they are configured, make sure the source and destination IP addresses are of the same IP version.

Examples

# In ICMP template view, specify 1::1 as the source IPv6 address for ICMP echo requests.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt] source ipv6 1::1

Related commands

source interface

source mac

Use source mac to specify the source MAC address for probe packets.

Use undo source mac to restore the default.

Syntax

source mac mac-address

undo source mac

Default

For the frame loss, latency, or throughput operation, the probe packets take the MAC address of the egress interface as the source MAC address.

For the TWAMP Light test, no source MAC address is specified.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

mac-address: Specifies the source MAC address in the format of H-H-H. For example, to use 000f-00e2-0001 as the source MAC address, set this argument to f-e2-1.

mac-address1 to mac-address2: Specifies a source MAC address range. The mac-address2 must be higher than the mac-address1. Between the two source MAC addresses, only one octet difference is allowed and the value difference cannot exceed 127.

Usage guidelines

To configure the TWAMP Light test in a Layer 2 network, specify both source and destination MAC addresses, and make sure they can reach each other at Layer 2.

Examples

# In TWAMP Light client-session view, specify 0001-0001-0001 as the source MAC address for the TWAMP Light test.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] source mac 1-1-1

source port

Use source port to configure the source port number for probe packets.

Use undo source port to restore the default.

Syntax

source port port-number

undo source port

Default

The source port number is 49184 for the frame loss, latency, or throughput operation. For other types of NQA operations, the source port number is not specified.

Views

UDP echo operation view

SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

DNS template view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

port-number: Specifies the source port number in the range of 1 to 65535.

port-number1 to port-number2: Specifies a source port number range. The port-number2 must be greater than port-number1. Between the two source port numbers, only one octet difference is allowed and the value difference cannot exceed 127.

Usage guidelines

For the TWAMP Light test to start successfully in a Layer 2 or Layer 3 network, the source IP address, destination IP address, source port number, and destination port number must be all specified. In addition, for the test in the Layer 3 network, make sure the source and destination IP addresses can reach each other.

Examples

# Set the source port number to 8000 for probe packets in the UDP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type udp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-udp-echo] source port 8000

# In DNS template view, set the source port number to 8000 for probe packets in the DNS operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template dns dnstplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-dns-dnstplt] source port 8000

# In TWAMP Light client-session view, set the source port number to 8000 for the TWAMP Light test.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] source port 8000

speed granularity

Use speed granularity to set the granularity for adjusting the packet sending speed.

Use undo speed granularity to restore the default.

Syntax

speed granularity value

undo speed granularity

Default

The granularity for adjusting the packet sending speed is 1000 kbps.

Views

Throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

value: Specifies the granularity in kbps. The value range is 1 to 10000.

Usage guidelines

After a probe completes, the NQA client adjusts the packet sending speed by using the speed adjusting granularity for the next probe.

Examples

# Set the speed granularity to 2000 kbps for the throughput operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] speed granularity 2000

speed init

Use speed init to set the initial packet sending speed.

Use undo speed init to restore the default.

Syntax

speed init init-speed

undo speed init

Default

The initial frame sending speed is 100000 kbps.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

init-speed: Specifies the initial frame sending speed in kbps. The value range is 1000 to 100000000.

Examples

# Set the initial packet sending speed to 10000 kbps for the throughput operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] speed init 10000

ssl-client-policy

Use ssl-client-policy to specify an SSL client policy for an HTTPS or SSL template.

Use undo ssl-client-policy to restore the default.

Syntax

ssl-client-policy policy-name

undo ssl-client-policy

Default

No SSL client policy is specified for an HTTPS or SSL template.

Views

HTTPS/SSL template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

policy-name: Specifies an SSL client policy by its name, a case-insensitive string of 1 to 31 characters.

Usage guidelines

In the HTTPS or SSL operation, the NQA client uses the specified SSL client policy to establish an SSL connection to the server.

Examples

# Specify SSL client policy policy for SSL template ssltplt.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template ssl ssltplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-ssl-ssltplt] ssl-client-policy policy

start (frame loss/latency/throughput operation view)

Use start to start the frame loss, throughput, or latency operation.

Syntax

start

Default

The frame loss, throughput, or latency operation is not started.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

The frame loss, latency, or throughput operation requires all bandwidth of the link over which the operation is performed. Before such an operation starts, suspend all the services that are transmitting data over the link.

The frame loss, latency, or throughput operation cannot run simultaneously with other NQA operations over the same link.

While a frame loss, latency, or throughput operation is running on the NQA client, you cannot start another operation of the same type.

For path quality analysis operations to start successfully, configure the source and destination IP addresses as follows:

·     In a Layer 3 Ethernet and L3VPN network, configure both source and destination IP addresses.

·     In other networks, you must configure both of them or none of them. If they are configured, make sure the source and destination IP addresses are of the same IP version.

Examples

# Start the throughput operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] start

Related commands

stop (frame loss/latency/throughput operation view)

start (TWAMP Light sender view)

Use start to start the TWAMP Light test.

Syntax

start test-session session-id { permanent | duration duration | packet-count count } [ tx-interval { 10 | 100 | 1000 | 10000 | 30000 } ] [ timeout timeout ] [ [ statistics-interval statistics-interval ] monitor-time time ]

Default

The TWAMP Light test is not started.

Views

TWAMP Light sender view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

test-session session-id: Specifies a TWAMP Light test session by its ID. The value range is 1 to 512.

permanent: Runs a TWAMP Light test permanently.

duration duration: Specifies the duration for a TWAMP Light test, in the range of 60 to 300 in seconds.

packet-count count: Specifies the number of packets to be sent, in the range of 100 to 30000.

tx-interval { 10 | 100 | 1000 | 10000 | 30000 }: Specifies a list of up to four packet sending intervals. Valid intervals are 10, 100, 1000, 10000, and 30000 milliseconds. The default packet sending interval is 100 milliseconds.

timeout timeout: Specifies the timeout time of the reflected packet within a TWAMP Light test, in seconds. The value range is 1 to 6. The default timeout time is 5 seconds.

statistics-interval interval: Specifies a statistics collection interval for the TWAMP Light test in milliseconds. The value must be an integer multiple of 10 milliseconds. The value range is 1000 to 6000000. The default statistics collection interval varies by packet sending interval. For more information, see Table 14.

monitor-time time: Specifies the packet monitoring time for the TWAMP Light test in milliseconds. The packet monitoring time must be an integer multiple of the statistics collection interval. The value range is 1000 to 86400000.

Usage guidelines

The TWAMP Light test includes on-demand test and permanent test.

·     The on-demand test is manually scheduled. It allows a single performance measurement,

·     A permanent test, once being started, does not stop unless you execute the stop command in the Twamp Light sender view to stop it manually.

In a TWAMP test, the device monitors the test result, and starts the monitoring time when either of the following conditions is met:

·     The monitoring result goes beyond the threshold upper limit.

·     The monitoring result drops below the threshold lower limit from a monitoring result higher than the lower limit.

If either condition is always true during the monitoring time, a threshold violation occurs.

The monitoring time varies by the monitor-time time option in this command:

·     If you specify this option, the monitoring time for packet loss, delay, and jitter uses the specified value.

·     If you do not specify this option, the default monitoring time for packet loss, delay, and jitter is used. The default monitoring time varies by the packet sending interval. For more information, see Table 14.

To set the upper and lower limits, use the reaction entry threshold monitoring commands for the TWAMP Light test.

In the TWAMP Light test, a test session is identified by the combination of source IP address, source port number, destination IP address, and destination port number. To ensure the test result, you cannot specify the same combination for multiple test sessions.

With the data-fill command configured, the packet sending interval cannot be 10 or 100 ms.

To prevent empty reported test statistics, set the test interval no less than the packet sending interval.

Table 14 Default values for the statistics collection interval and monitoring time

Packet sending interval (milliseconds)

Default test interval (seconds)

Default monitoring time for two-way packet loss (seconds)

Default monitoring time for two-way delay and jitter (seconds)

10

2

60

2

100

20

60

20

1 s

200

200

200

10 s

400

400

400

30 s

600

600

600

Examples

# Start the TWAMP Light test and allow the device to send 3000 packets.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light sender

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-sender] start test-session 1 packet-count 3000

Related commands

data-fill

stop (Twamp Light sender view)

reaction checked-element two-way-delay

reaction checked-element two-way-loss

reaction checked-element two-way-jitter

statistics hold-time

Use statistics hold-time to set the hold time of statistics groups for an NQA operation.

Use undo statistics hold-time to restore the default.

Syntax

statistics hold-time hold-time

undo statistics hold-time

Default

The hold time of statistics groups for an NQA operation is 120 minutes.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

hold-time: Specifies the hold time in minutes, in the range of 1 to 1440.

Usage guidelines

A statistics group is deleted when its hold time expires.

Examples

# Set the hold time to 3 minutes for statistics groups of the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] statistics hold-time 3

statistics interval

Use statistics interval to set the statistics collection interval for an NQA operation.

Use undo statistics interval to restore the default.

Syntax

statistics interval interval

undo statistics interval

Default

The statistics collection interval is 60 minutes.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

interval: Specifies the interval in minutes, in the range of 1 to 35791394.

Usage guidelines

NQA forms statistics within the same collection interval as a statistics group. To display information about the statistics groups, use the display nqa statistics command.

Examples

# Configure NQA to collect the ICMP echo operation statistics every 2 minutes.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] statistics interval 2

statistics max-group

Use statistics max-group to set the maximum number of statistics groups that can be saved.

Use undo statistics max-group to restore the default.

Syntax

statistics max-group number

undo statistics max-group

Default

A maximum of two statistics groups can be saved.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

number: Specifies the maximum number of statistics groups, in the range of 0 to 100. To disable statistics collection, set the value to 0.

Usage guidelines

When the maximum number of statistics groups is reached, the system will delete the oldest statistics group to save a new one.

Examples

# Configure NQA to save a maximum of five statistics groups for the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] statistics max-group 5

stop (frame loss/latency/throughput operation view)

Use stop to stop the frame loss, throughput, or latency operation.

Syntax

stop

views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Examples

# Stop the throughput operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] stop

Related commands

start (frame-loss/latency/throughput operation view)

stop (TWAMP Light sender view)

Use stop to stop the TWAMP Light test.

Syntax

stop { all | test-session session-id }

Views

TWAMP Light sender view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

all: Stops the all TWAMP Light test sessions.

test-session session-id: Specifies the ID of a TWAMP Light test session. The value range is 1 to 512.

Examples

# Stop the TWAMP Light test of the session 1.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light sender

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-sender] stop test-session 1

Related commands

start (TWAMP Light sender view)

test-session (Twamp Light client view)

Use test-session to create a test session on TWAMP Light client and enter the client-session view, or enter the client-session view of an existing test session on the TWAMP Light client.

Use undo test-session to delete a test session on the TWAMP Light client.

Syntax

test-session session-id

undo test-session session-id

Default

No test sessions exist on the TWAMP Light client.

Views

TWAMP Light client view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

session-id: Specifies a test session by its ID. The value range is 1 to 512.

Usage guidelines

To start a TWAMP Light test, perform the following tasks in sequence:

1.     Create a test session on the TWAMP Light client and complete the settings.

2.     Use the nqa twamp-light sender command to enter the TWAMP Light sender view, and start the test session.

Examples

# Specify a test session test-session 1 on the TWAMP Light client and enter the client-session view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1]

timestamp-format

Use timestamp-format to specify the timestamp format for probe packets in the TWAMP Light test.

Use undo timestamp-format to restore the default.

Syntax

timestamp-format { ntp | ptp }

undo timestamp-format

Default

The timestamp format for probe packets in the TWAMP Light test is PTP.

Views

Client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ntp: Specifies the NTP format.

ptp: Specifies the PTP format.

Usage guidelines

This command allows you to specify a timestamp format for the probe packet in the TWAMP Light test. The time accuracy in the PTP format is higher than that in the NTP format.

As a best practice, the responder and sender in the TWAMP Light test are time synchronized by using the same timestamp format to avoid inaccurate result.

Examples

# Specify the timestamp format as NTP for the TWAMP Light test.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] timestamp-format ntp

tos

Use tos to set the ToS value in the IP header for probe packets.

Use undo tos to restore the default.

Syntax

tos value

undo tos

Default

The ToS value in the IP header of probe packets is 0.

Views

Any operation view

DNS/FTP/HTTP/HTTPS/ICMP/IMAP/POP3/RADIUS/SMTP/SNMP/SSL/TCP/TCP half open/UDP template view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

value: Specifies the ToS value in the range of 0 to 255.

Examples

# In ICMP echo operation view, set the ToS value to 1 in the IP header for probe packets.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] tos 1

# In ICMP template view, set the ToS value to 1 in the IP header for probe packets.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt] tos 1

# In TWAMP Light client-session view, set the ToS value to 1 in the IP header for probe packets.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] tos 1

ttl

Use ttl to set the maximum number of hops that the probe packets can traverse.

Use undo ttl to restore the default.

Syntax

ttl value

undo ttl

Default

The maximum number of hops is 30 for probe packets of the UDP tracert operation, and is 20 for probe packets of other types of operations.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

DNS/FTP/HTTP/HTTPS/ICMP/IMAP/POP3/RADIUS/SMTP/SNMP/SSL/TCP/TCP half open/UDP template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

value: Specifies the maximum number of hops that the probe packets can traverse, in the range of 1 to 255.

Usage guidelines

The route-option bypass-route command sets the TTL to 1 for probe packets. If you configure both the route-option bypass-route and ttl commands for an operation, the ttl command does not take effect.

For a successful UDP tracert operation, make sure the maximum number of hops is not smaller than the value set in the init-ttl command.

Examples

# Set the maximum number of hops to 16 for probe packets in the ICMP echo operation.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] ttl 16

# In ICMP template view, set the maximum number of hops to 16 for probe packets.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template icmp icmptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-icmp-icmptplt] ttl 16

type

Use type to specify an NQA operation type and enter its view.

Syntax

type { dhcp | dlsw | dns | frame-loss | ftp | http | icmp-echo | icmp-jitter | latency | snmp | tcp | throughput | udp-echo | udp-tracert }

Default

No operation type is specified.

Views

NQA operation view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

dhcp: Specifies the DHCP operation type.

dlsw: Specifies the DLSw operation type.

dns: Specifies the DNS operation type.

frame-loss: Specifies the frame loss operation type.

ftp: Specifies the FTP operation type.

http: Specifies the HTTP operation type.

icmp-echo: Specifies the ICMP echo operation type.

icmp-jitter: Specifies the ICMP jitter operation type.

latency: Specifies the latency operation type.

snmp: Specifies the SNMP operation type.

tcp: Specifies the TCP operation type.

throughput: Specifies the throughput operation type.

udp-echo: Specifies the UDP echo operation type.

udp-tracert: Specifies the UDP tracert operation type.

Usage guidelines

You can specify only one type for an NQA operation. After that, you can configure the operation type-related settings for the NQA operation. To change the type of the NQA operation, remove the NQA operation in system view, and then re-create the NQA operation.

Examples

# Specify FTP as the NQA operation type and enter FTP operation view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type ftp

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-ftp]

# Specify frame loss as the NQA operation type and enter frame loss operation view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type frame-loss

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-frame-loss]

url

Use url to specify the URL of the destination.

Use undo url to restore the default.

Syntax

url url

undo url

Default

The destination URL is not specified.

Views

FTP/HTTP operation view

FTP/HTTP/HTTPS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

url: Specifies the URL of the destination server, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 255 characters. The following table describes the URL format and parameters for different operations.

 

Operation

URL format

Parameter description

HTTP operation

http://host/resource

http://host:port/resource

The host parameter represents the host name of the destination server. The host name is a dot-separated case-sensitive string including letters, digits, hyphens (-), and underscores (_). Host names are composed of series of labels, aabbcc.com for example. Each label consists of 1 to 63 characters. Consecutive dots (.) and question marks are not allowed.

For description about the filename parameter, see Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

HTTPS operation

https://host/resource

https://host:port/resource

FTP operation

ftp://host/filename

ftp://host:port/filename

Examples

# Configure the URL that the HTTP operation visits as http://www.company.com/index.html.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type http

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-http] url http://www.company.com/index.html

# In HTTP template view, configure the URL that the HTTP operation visits as http://www.company.com/index.html.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template http httptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-http-httptplt] url http://www.company.com/index.html

username

Use username to specify a username.

Use undo username to restore the default.

Syntax

username username

undo username

Default

No username is configured.

Views

FTP/HTTP operation view

FTP/HTTP/HTTPS/IMAP/POP3/RADIUS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

username: Specifies the username. The username is case sensitive and its string length varies as follows:

·     The FTP, HTTP, or HTTPS username is a string of 1 to 32 characters.

·     The POP3 or IMAP username is a string of 1 to 40 characters in the format username@domain.com.

·     The RADIUS authentication username is a string of 1 to 253 characters.

Examples

# Set the FTP login username to administrator in FTP operation view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type ftp

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-ftp] username administrator

# Set the FTP login username to administrator in FTP template view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template ftp ftptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-ftp-ftptplt] username administrator

Related commands

operation

password

version

Use version to specify the version used in the HTTP or HTTPS operation.

Use undo version to restore the default.

Syntax

version { v1.0 | v1.1 }

undo version

Default

Version 1.0 is used in the HTTP operation or HTTPS operation.

Views

HTTP operation view

HTTP/HTTPS template view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

v1.0: Uses version 1.0.

v1.1: Uses version 1.1.

Examples

# Configure the HTTP operation to use the HTTP version 1.1.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type http

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-http] version v1.1

vlan

Use vlan to specify a VLAN for probe packets.

Use undo vlan to restore the default.

Syntax

vlan { vlan-id | s-vid vlan-id c-vid vlan-id }

undo vlan

Default

No VLAN is specified for probe packets.

Views

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

vlan-id: Specifies a VLAN for the probe packet by its ID in the range of 1 to 4094.

vlan-id1 to vlan-id2: Specifies a VLAN for the probe packet by its ID in the range of 1 to 4094. The vlan-id2 must be greater than the vlan-id1. The value difference between two VLAN IDs cannot exceed 127.

s-vid: Specifies an inner VLAN ID.

c-vid: Specifies an outer VLAN ID.

Usage guidelines

After you specify a VLAN, the operation sends probe packets in the specified VLAN.

You can use this command to specify an inner VLAN ID or outer VLAN ID as needed.

Examples

# Configure the throughput operation to send probe packets in VLAN 3.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type throughput

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-throughput] vlan 3

# Configure the TWAMP Light test to send probe packets in VLAN 3.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light client

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client] test-session 1

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-client-session1] vlan 3

vpn-instance

Use vpn-instance to apply the operation to a VPN instance.

Use undo vpn-instance to restore the default.

Syntax

vpn-instance vpn-instance-name

undo vpn-instance

Default

The operation is performed on the public network.

Views

ICMP echo/TCP/UDP echo operation view

DHCP/DLSw/DNS/FTP/HTTP/SNMP operation view

UDP tracert operation view

ICMP jitter operation view

Frame loss/latency/throughput operation view

Any NQA template view

TWAMP Light client-session view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

vpn-instance-name: Specifies an MPLS L3VPN instance by its name, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 31 characters.

Usage guidelines

After you specify a VPN instance, the NQA operation is performed in the specified VPN instance.

Examples

# Apply the ICMP echo operation to vpn1.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type icmp-echo

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-icmp-echo] vpn-instance vpn1

# In FTP template view, apply the FTP operation to vpn1.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa template ftp ftptplt

[Sysname-nqatplt-ftp-ftptplt] vpn-instance vpn1

# In frame loss operation view, apply the frame loss operation to vpn1.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa entry admin test

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test] type  frame-loss

[Sysname-nqa-admin-test-frame-loss] vpn-instance vpn1

NQA server commands

IMPORTANT

IMPORTANT:

Configure the NQA server only for TCP and UDP echo operations.

display nqa reflector

Use display nqa reflector to display a reflector of a path quality analysis operation.

Syntax

display nqa reflector [ reflector-id ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

reflector-id: Specifies the ID of a reflector. The value range is 1 to 544.  If you do not specify this option, the command displays information about all reflectors.

Examples

# Display information about the specified reflector.

<Sysname> display nqa reflector 1

NQA server status:Enabled

Reflector ID                     : 1

  Status                         : Active

  Interface                      : GE0/0/1

  Service instance               : -

  Destination IP                 : 1.1.1.2

  Destination IPv6               : -

  Source IP                      : 1.1.1.1

  Source IPv6                    : -

  Destination port               : 2010

  Source port                    : 2001

  Destination MAC                : -

  Source MAC                     : -

  VLAN ID                        : -

  Service VLAN ID                : -

  Customer VLAN ID               : -

  VPN instance                   : -

  Switch src/dst ports           : Enabled

Table 15 Command output

Field

Description

NQA server status

NQA server status: Disabled or Enabled.

Reflector ID

Reflector ID.

Status

Reflector status:

·     Active—The reflector is running.

·     Inactive—The reflector is not running.

Interface

Interface that reflects the test packets.

Service instance

Ethernet service instance bound to the interface.

The Ethernet service instance on the reflector must be consistent with that on the client.

Destination IP

Destination IPv4 address in the reflected packets.

Destination IPv6

Destination IPv6 address or IPv6 address range in the reflected packets.

Source IP

Source IPv4 address or IPv4 address range in the reflected packets.

Source IPv6

Source IPv6 address or IPv6 address range in the reflected packets

Destination port

Destination UDP port number or port number range in the reflected packets.

Source port

Source UDP port number or port number range in the reflected packets.

Destination MAC

Destination MAC address or MAC address range in the reflected packets.

Source MAC

Source MAC address or MAC address range in the reflected packets.

VLAN ID

VLAN ID or VLAN ID range in the reflected packets.

Service VLAN ID

Inner VLAN ID or VLAN ID range in the reflected packets.

Customer VLAN ID

Outer VLAN ID or VLAN ID range in the reflected packets.

VPN instance

VPN instance name.

Switch src/dst ports

Port exchange status:

·     Enabled.

·     Disabled.

display nqa server

Use display nqa server status to display NQA server status.

Syntax

display nqa server

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Examples

# Display NQA server status.

<Sysname> display nqa server

NQA server status: Enabled

TCP connect:

  IP address:2.2.2.2

  Port:2000

  ToS:200

  VPN instance:-

 

UDP echo:

  IP address:3.3.3.3

  Port:3000

  ToS:255

  VPN instance:-

  High performance mode: Enabled

Table 16 Command output

Field

Description

NQA server status

NQA server status:

·     Disabled.

·     Enabled.

TCP connect

Information about the TCP listening service on the NQA server.

UDP echo

Information about the UDP listening service on the NQA server.

IP address

IP address specified for the TCP/UDP listening service on the NQA server.

Port

Port number specified for the TCP/UDP listening service on the NQA server.

ToS

ToS value in the reply packets sent by the NQA server.

The ToS value can be specified when you configure a TCP or UDP listening service on the NQA server. If no ToS value is specified, the following rules apply:

·     This field displays a hyphen (-).

·     The ToS value in the reply packets of a TCP listening service is 0.

·     The ToS value in the reply packets of a UDP listening service is obtained from the request packets sent by the client.

VPN instance

Name of the VPN instance to which the IP address that the NQA server listens on belongs. This field displays a hyphen (-) if the NQA server listens on a public IP address.

High performance mode

Whether or not the high performance mode is enabled on the NQA server.

Related commands

nqa server enable

nqa server tcp-connect

nqa server udp-echo

display nqa twamp-light responder

Use display nqa twamp-light responder to display test sessions on the TWAMP Light responder.

Syntax

display nqa twamp-light responder [ test-session session-id ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

test-session session-id: Specifies a test session by its ID. The value range is 1 to 512. If you do not specify this option, the command displays all test sessions on the TWAMP Light responder.

Examples

# Display all test sessions on the TWAMP Light responder.

<Sysname> display nqa twamp-light responder

Session ID                       : 1

  Status                         : Active

  Interface                      : -

  Service instance               : -

  Destination IP                 : 1.1.1.1

  Destination IPv6               : -

  Source IP                      : 2.2.2.2

  Source IPv6                    : -

  Destination port               : 2001

  Source port                    : 2010

  VPN instance                   : -

  Destination MAC                : 1-1-2

  Source MAC                     : 1-1-1

  VLAN ID                        : -

  Service VLAN ID                : -

  Customer VLAN ID               : -

  Timestamp format               : PTP

  Description                    : -

 

Session ID                       : 2

  Status                         : Active

  Interface                      : -

  Service instance               : -

  Destination IP                 : 1.1.1.1

  Destination IPv6               : -

  Source IP                      : 3.3.3.3

  Source IPv6                    : -

  Destination port               : 2001

  Source port                    : 2020

  VPN instance                   : -

  Destination MAC                : 1-1-2

  Source MAC                     : 1-1-1

  VLAN ID                        : -

  Service VLAN ID                : -

  Customer VLAN ID               : -

  Timestamp format               : NTP

  Description                    : -

Table 17 Command output

Field

Description

Session ID

Test session ID.

Status

TWAMP Light responder status:

·     Active—The TWAMP Light responder is active.

·     Inactive—The TWAMP Light responder is not active.

Interface

Interface that reflects the test packets.

Service instance

Ethernet service instance bound to the interface.

The Ethernet service instance on the responder must be consistent with that on the client.

Destination IP

Destination IP address in the reflected packet.

Destination IPv6

This field is not supported in the current software version.

Destination IPv6 address in the reflected packet.

Source IP

Source IP address in the reflected packet.

Source IPv6

This field is not supported in the current software version.

Source IPv6 address in the reflected packet.

Destination port

Destination port number in the reflected packet.

Source port

Source port number in the reflected packet.

VPN instance

MPLS L3VPN instance name.

Destination MAC

Destination MAC address in the reflected packet.

Source MAC

Source MAC address in the reflected packet.

VLAN ID

VLAN ID in the reflected packet.

Service VLAN ID

Inner VLAN ID or VLAN ID range in the reflected packet.

Customer VLAN ID

Outer VLAN ID or VLAN ID range in the reflected packet.

Timestamp format

Timestamp format:

·     AUTO—The TWAMP Light responder selects a timestamp format automatically if you do not set a timestamp format by using the test-session command.

·     NTP.

·     PTP.

Description

Description about the test session.

Related commands

nqa reflector

test-session (Twamp Light responder view)

nqa reflector

Use nqa reflector to configure a reflector for the path quality analysis operation.

Use undo nqa reflector to delete the reflector for the path quality analysis operation.

Syntax

nqa reflector reflector-id interface interface-type interface-number [ service-instance instance-id ] { { ip | ipv6 } { destination address1 [ to address2 ] | source address1 [ to address2 ] } * | destination-port port-number1 [ to port-number2 ] | source-port port-number1 [ to port-number2 ] | destination-mac mac-address1 [ to mac-address2 ] | source-mac mac-address1 [ to mac-address2 ] | vlan { vlan-id1 [ to vlan-id2 ] | s-vid vlan-id1 [ to vlan-id2 ] c-vid vlan-id1 [ to vlan-id2 ] } | exchange-port | vpn-instance vpn-instance-name } *

undo nqa reflector { all | reflector-id [ { ip | ipv6 } { destination | source } | destination-port | source-port | destination-mac | source-mac | vlan | exchange-port | vpn-instance ] * }

Default

No reflector is configured for the path quality analysis operation.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

reflector-id: Specifies the ID of a reflector .The reflector ID must be unique and is locally significance. The value range is 1 to 544.

interface: Specifies an interface that reflects the packets.

interface-type interface-number: Specifies an interface by its type and number.

service-instance instance-id: Specifies an Ethernet service instance by its ID, in the range of 1 to 4096. For more information about the Ethernet service instance, see MPLS L2VPN in MPLS Configuration Guide.

ip: Specifies an IPv4 address.

ipv6: Specifies an IPv6 address.

destination: Specifies a destination address of the packets to be reflected.

source: Specifies a source address of the packets to be reflected.

address1 to address2: Specifies an IP address range. The address2 must be higher than the address1. Between the two IP addresses, only one octet difference is allowed and the value difference cannot exceed 127.

destination-port: Specifies a destination UDP port number of the packets to be reflected.

source-port: Specifies a source UDP port number of the packets to be reflected.

port-number1 to port-number2: Specifies a port range, in the range of 1 to 65535. The port-number2 must be greater than the port-number1. Between the two port numbers, only one octet difference is allowed and the value difference cannot exceed 127.

destination-mac: Specifies a destination MAC address for the packet to be reflected. If you do not specify this keyword, the command uses the MAC address of the interface specified by the interface-type interface-number option. Broadcast, multicast, and all-zero MAC addresses are not supported.

source-mac: Specifies a source MAC address for the packets to be reflected. Broadcast, multicast, and all-zero MAC addresses are not supported.

mac-address1 to mac-address2: Specifies a MAC address range. The mac-address2 must be higher than the mac-address1. Between the two MAC addresses, only one octet difference is allowed and the value difference cannot exceed 127.

vlan: Specifies a VLAN, inner VLAN ID, or outer VLAN ID for the packets to be reflected.

vlan-id1 to vlan-id2: Specifies a VLAN ID range, in the range of 1 to 4094. The vlan-id2 must be higher than the vlan-id1. Between the two VLAN IDs, only one octet difference is allowed and the value difference cannot exceed 127.

s-vid: Specifies an inner VLAN ID.

c-vid: Specifies an outer VLAN ID.

exchange-port: Exchanges the port number between source and destination ports. If you specify this keyword, execute the exchange-port enable command on the client.

vpn-instance vpn-instance-name: Specifies an MPLS L3VPN instance by its name, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 31 characters. If you do not specify this option, the operation is performed on the public network.

all: Disables all reflectors for the path quality analysis operation.

Usage guidelines

This command is required on the NQA server for the path quality analysis operations. It enables the server to reflect matching probe packets directly to the NQA client.

You can specify only one value range for one of the following options when configuring this command:

·     Source IP address.

·     Destination IP address.

·     Source MAC address.

·     Destination MAC address.

·     Source port.

·     Destination port.

·     Service VLAN ID.

·     Customer VLAN ID.

In the path quality analysis operations, you cannot specify value ranges for the above options.

You can specify the same interface or Ethernet service instance for different reflectors.

If you want to edit or delete the interface or Ethernet service instance in an existing reflector, you must delete the reflector and reconfigure it.

Except for the interface and Ethernet service instance, you can directly edit or delete other parameters.

If you do not specify any optional parameters in the undo command, the reflector will be deleted.

To ensure correct operations, do not configure both the nqa reflector command and the l2vpn reflector command. For more information about the l2vpn reflector command, see MPLS L2VPN in MPLS Command Reference.

Examples

# Configure a reflector on the NQA server for path quality analysis operations.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa reflector 1 interface hundredgige 1/0/1 ip destination 2.2.2.2 source 1.1.1.1

nqa server enable

Use nqa server enable to enable the NQA server.

Use undo nqa server enable to disable the NQA server.

Syntax

nqa server enable

undo nqa server enable

Default

The NQA server is disabled.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Examples

# Enable the NQA server.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa server enable

Related commands

display nqa server

nqa server tcp-connect

nqa server udp-echo

nqa server tcp-connect

Use nqa server tcp-connect to configure a TCP listening service to enable the NQA server to listen to a TCP port on an IP address.

Use undo nqa server tcp-connect to remove a TCP listening service.

Syntax

nqa server tcp-connect { ipv4-address | ipv6 ipv6-address } port-number [ vpn-instance vpn-instance-name ] [ tos tos ]

undo nqa server tcp-connect { ipv4-address | ipv6 ipv6-address } port-number [ vpn-instance vpn-instance-name ]

Default

No TCP listening services exist.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ipv4-address: Specifies the IPv4 address for the TCP listening service.

ipv6 ipv6-address: Specifies the IPv6 address for the TCP listening service.

port-number: Specifies the port number for the TCP listening service, in the range of 1 to 65535.

vpn-instance vpn-instance-name: Specifies an MPLS L3VPN instance by its name, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 31 characters. If you do not specify this option, the NQA server listens on a public IP address.

tos tos: Specifies the ToS value in the IP header for reply packets. The value range is 0 to 255. If you do not specify this option, the ToS value is 0.

Usage guidelines

Use this command on the NQA server only for the TCP operation.

When you configure the IP address and port number for a TCP listening service on the NQA server, follow these restrictions and guidelines:

·     The IP address, port number, and VPN instance must be unique on the NQA server and match the configuration on the NQA client.

·     The IP address must be the address of an interface on the NQA server.

·     To ensure successful NQA operations and avoid affecting existing services, do not configure the TCP listening service on well-known ports from 1 to 1023.

Examples

# Configure a TCP listening service to enable the NQA server to listen to TCP port 9000 on IP address 169.254.10.2.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa server tcp-connect 169.254.10.2 9000

Related commands

display nqa server

nqa server enable

nqa server udp-echo

Use nqa server udp-echo to configure a UDP listening service to enable the NQA server to listen to a UDP port on an IP address.

Use undo nqa server udp-echo to remove the UDP listening service created.

Syntax

nqa server udp-echo { ipv4-address | ipv6 ipv6-address } port-number [ vpn-instance vpn-instance-name ] [ high-performance-mode ] [ tos tos ]

undo nqa server udp-echo { ipv4-address | ipv6 ipv6-address } port-number [ vpn-instance vpn-instance-name ]

Default

No UDP listening services exist.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ipv4-address: Specifies the IPv4 address for the UDP listening service.

ipv6 ipv6-address: Specifies the IPv6 address for the UDP listening service.

port-number: Specifies the port number for the UDP listening service, in the range of 1 to 65535.

vpn-instance vpn-instance-name: Specifies an MPLS L3VPN instance by its name, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 31 characters. If you do not specify this option, the NQA server listens on a public IP address.

high-performance-mode: Enables the high performance mode for the UDP jitter operation on the NQA server. By default, the high performance mode is disabled.

tos tos: Specifies the ToS value in the IP header for reply packets. The value range for this argument is 0 to 255. If you do not specify this option, the ToS value is obtained from the request packets sent by the client.

Usage guidelines

Use this command on the NQA server only for the UDP echo operations.

When you configure the IP address and port number for a UDP listening service on the NQA server, follow these restrictions and guidelines:

·     The IP address, port number, and VPN instance must be unique on the NQA server and match the configuration on the NQA client.

·     The IP address must be the address of an interface on the NQA server.

·     To ensure successful NQA operations and avoid affecting existing services, do not configure the UDP listening service on well-known ports from 1 to 1023.

The high performance mode greatly increases the speed at which the NQA server replies to probe packets of the UDP jitter operation. However, the NQA server cannot process probe packets exceeding 100 bytes in this mode. UDP jitter operations to the NQA server might fail if the probe packet size exceeds 100 bytes.

Examples

# Configure a UDP listening service to enable the NQA server to listen to UDP port 9000 on IP address 169.254.10.2.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa server udp-echo 169.254.10.2 9000

Related commands

display nqa server

nqa server enable

nqa twamp-light responder

Use nqa twamp-light responder to enable the TWAMP Light responder and enter its view, or enter the view of the enabled TWAMP Light responder.

Use undo nqa twamp-light responder to disable the TWAMP Light responder.

Syntax

nqa twamp-light responder

undo nqa twamp-light responder

Default

The TWAMP Light responder is disabled.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

In TWAMP Light responder view, you can create a test session to interact with the test session on the TWAMP Light client.

The undo nqa twamp-light responder command disables the responder and deletes all test sessions on the responder.

Examples

# Enable the TWAMP Light responder and enter its view.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light responder

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-responder]

test-session (Twamp Light responder view)

Use test-session to create a test session on the TWAMP Light responder.

Use undo test-session to delete a test session on the TWAMP Light responder.

Syntax

test-session session-id [ interface interface-type interface-number [ service-instance instance-id ]  ] { ip destination address source address destination-port port-number source-port port-number [ vpn-instance vpn-instance-name ] | destination-mac mac-address source-mac mac-address } * [ vlan { vlan-id | s-vid vlan-id c-vid vlan-id } | timestamp-format { ntp | ptp } | description text ] *

undo test-session session-id

Default

No test sessions exist on the TWAMP Light responder.

Views

TWAMP Light responder view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

session-id: Specifies a test session by its ID. The value range is 1 to 512.

interface interface-type interface-number: Specifies a reflecting interface by its type and number.

service-instance instance-id: Specifies an Ethernet service instance by its ID, in the range of 1 to 4096.

ip: Specifies an IPv4 address.

destination: Specifies a destination address for the packets to be reflected.

source: Specifies a source address for the packets to be reflected.

destination-port port-number: Specifies a destination UDP port number  for the packets to be reflected, in the range of 1 to 65535.

source-port port-number: Specifies a source UDP port number for the packets to be reflected, in the range of 1 to 65535.

vpn-instance vpn-instance-name: Specifies an MPLS L3VPN instance by its name, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 31 characters. If you do not specify this option, the operation is performed on the public network.

destination-mac: Specifies a destination MAC address for the packets to be reflected.

source-mac: Specifies a source MAC address for the packets to be reflected.

mac-address: Specifies a MAC address in the format H-H-H. For example, to use 000f-00e2-0001 as the destination MAC address, set this argument to f-e2-1.

vlan: Specifies a VLAN, service VLAN ID, or customer VLAN ID for the packets to be reflected.

·     vlan-id: Specifies a VLAN ID, in the range of 1 to 4094.

·     s-vid: Specifies a service VLAN ID.

·     c-vid: Specifies a customer VLAN ID.

timestamp format: Specifies the timestamp format for the TWAMP Light responder. If you do not specify a timestamp format, the default value AUTO is used and the TWAMP Light responder selects a timestamp format automatically.

·     ntp: Specifies the NTP format.

·     ptp: Specifies the PTP format.

description text: Specifies a description for the test session, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 200 characters.

Usage guidelines

The test session on the TWAMP Light responder interacts with the test session on the TWAMP Light client.

The following settings specified in this command must be consistent with those on the TWAMP Light client:

·     Source IP address.

·     Destination IP address.

·     Source UDP port number.

·     Destination UDP port number.

·     VPN instance name.

If the specified test session ID does not exist, this command creates a new test session. If you specify an existing session ID, you are modifying the test session.

You can specify the same interface or Ethernet service instance for different test sessions.

If you want to edit or delete the interface or Ethernet service instance in an existing reflector, you must delete the reflector and reconfigure it.

Except for the interface and Ethernet service instance, you can edit or delete other parameters.

If you do not specify any optional parameters in the undo command, you are deleting the test session. If all configurations about the session are deleted, the test session will be deleted.

Examples

# Create a test session test-session 1 on the TWAMP Light responder. Specify source IPv4 address 1.1.1.1, destination IPv4 address 2.2.2.2, source port 3000, destination port 3001, and VPN instance vpn1 for the test session.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] nqa twamp-light responder

[Sysname-nqa-twamp-light-responder] test-session 1 ip destination 2.2.2.2 source 1.1.1.1 destination-port 3001 source-port 3000 vpn-instance vpn1

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