explanation of "show dsl int atm0"?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Joop van der Velden, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. Did anyone ever found an extensive explanation of the
    "show dsl int atm0" output of adsl equipped Cisco devices?

    I know how to interpret most numbers seen there, but i would really
    like to see a formal description.

    The dsl training log is even more interesting (and mysterious).
     
    Joop van der Velden, Feb 2, 2005
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  2. Joop van der Velden

    BradReeseCom Guest

    Hi Joop,

    You may wish to investigate Connecting Cisco Routers to Service
    Provider DSL Networks:

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products...lementation_design_guide09186a00800faf11.html

    Top Cisco IOS commands for monitoring and troubleshooting ADSL lines.

    The following Cisco IOS commands are powerful troubleshooting tools
    that can aid a service technician in identifying and analyzing problems
    with a DSL line that is connected to a Cisco IOS DSL router. The output
    of these commands can be used to determine the quality of the local
    loop and potentially find a solution to a problem without requiring a
    technician to be sent to the site. By utilizing debug and
    troubleshooting commands remotely, service providers can avoid the
    costs of on-site visits as well as quickly determine and resolve
    issues, increasing customer satisfaction.

    1) Router (config)# Show DSL Interface ATM 0
    This command shows all of the ADSL specific information for the ATM
    interface requested.

    Example
    router# show dsl int atm0

    Sincerely,

    Brad Reese
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    BradReeseCom, Feb 3, 2005
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