Verifying Dialer Maps

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Client# show

dialer map

Static diale

map ip 6.1.1.1 na

me peer 1 on Dialer1

Static diale

map ip 6.1.1.2 na

me peer 2 on Dialer1

Dynamic dial

sr map ip 6.1.1.3 n

ame peer 3 on Dialer1

Displays all configured dialer map statements (static and dynamic)

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To display configured dialer maps, use the show dialer map command in EXEC mode. The following table describes the significant fields in this output.

Table 3-2: Interpreting <show dialer map> Output

show dialer map fields

Description

Static dialer map ip 6.1.1.1

This is a statically configured dialer map to call the specified protocol address

name peer 1

Name of the remote peer

on Dialerl

The interface on which the static map is configured

Dynamic dialer map ip 6.1.1.3

Dialer map dynamically created when a peer is called

Verifying Interface Status

show

interfaces

bri

number[[:bchannel]

1 [first] [last]] [accounting]

show

interfaces

bri

slot/port

• Number Interface number. The value is 0 through 7 if the router has one 8-port BRI NIM, or 0 through 15 if the router has two 8-port BRI NIMs. Interface number values will vary, depending on the hardware platform used. The Cisco 3600 series router for example, can have up to 48 interfaces. Specifying just the number will display the

D channel for that BRI interface.

• slotlport On the modular routers, slot location and port number of the interface.

• bchannel (Optional) Colon (:) followed by a specific B channel number.

• first (Optional) Specifies the first of the B channels; the value can be either 1 or 2.

• Last (Optional) Specifies the last of the B channels; the value can only be 2, indicating B channels 1 and 2.

• accounting (Optional) Displays the number of packets of each protocol type that have been sent through the interface.

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Use the show interfaces bri privileged EXEC command to display information about the BRI D channel or about one or more B channels.

Use either the ibchannel-number argument or the first or last arguments to display information about specified B channels.

Use the show interfaces bri number form of the command (without the optional '.bchannel, or first and last arguments) to obtain D channel information.

Use the command syntax sample combinations in the following table to display the associated output.

Table 3-3: show interfaces bri Examples

Sample show interfaces bri Command Syntaxes

Displays

show interfaces

All interfaces in the router

show interfaces bri 2

Channel D for BRI interface 2

show interfaces bri 2:1

Channel B1 on BRI interface 2

show interfaces bri 2:2

Channel B2 on BRI interface 2

show interfaces bri 4 1

Channel B1 on BRI interface 4

show interfaces bri 4 2

Channel B2 on BRI interface 4

show interfaces bri 4 1 2

Channels B1 and B2 on BRI interface 4

show interfaces bri

Error message: "% Incomplete command."

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