Huawei ma5600 failure to go online for a multicast user

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Huawei MA5600: Failure to Go Online for a Multicast User This topic describes how to troubleshoot the fault when a multicast user (queried on the MA5600T / MA5603T) fails to order any program because of the failure to go online. When the MA5600T/MA5603T functions as the DSLAM and a multicast user fails to go online, locate the fault according to the following procedure. Location Method When a DSLAM multicast user fails to go online, locate the fault according to the following procedure: 1. Check whether the user is in the block state. 2. Check whether the user port is activated. 3. Check whether the program ordered by the user exists. 4. Check whether the user has rights to order the program. 5. Check the bandwidth CAC function. Note: To facilitate fault report, save the results of the following steps. Procedure Step 1 Run the display igmp user command to query the multicast user status. A If the user is in the block state, it indicates that the user is blocked. In this case, run the undo igmp user block command to unblock the user. Then, proceed to Step 2. B If the user is in the offline state, go to Step 3. NOTE If you need to block a multicast user from watching a program but not to delete the user (such as a user that is out of service), run the igmp user block command to block the user. When the user is blocked, the MA5600T/MA5603T forces the user to go offline from the watching program. In addition, the MA5600T/ MA5603T rejects the user from ordering a program until the user is blocked. Step 2 Order a program again and check whether the user can go online. A If the user can go online, go to Step 14. B If the user fails to go online, proceed to Step 3. Step 3 Run the display port state portid command to check whether the multicast port is activated. A If the port is activated, go to Step 7. B If the port is not activated, proceed to Step 4. Step 4 Run the activate portid command to activate the user port. Then, check whether the multicast port is activated. A If the port is activated, go to Step 6. 1

B If the port is not activated, proceed to Step 5. Step 5 Proceed according to the specific symptom of the fault. l If the multicast user goes online first and then goes offline, you need to check the modem and the physical line. 1. Check the status of the LED on the modem. If the LED indicates that the modem is abnormal, replace the modem with a normal modem. If the LED indicates that the modem is in the normal state, it indicates that the fault is not caused by the modem. Then, proceed to Step 6. 2. Connect the modem to the CO equipment, to the MDF, and to the MA5600T/ MA5603T, and perform tests accordingly to locate the fault on the line section by section. Then, proceed to Step 6. l If the multicast user fails to go online from the beginning and the corresponding port fails to be activated, you need not only need to check the modem and the physical line to locate the fault using the above-mentioned methods, but also need to check the MA5600T/ MA5603T data configuration. You can refer to the configuration of other normal ports and bind an appropriate line profile to the faulty port. For details, see 6.8 Changing the Line Profile (Template) of an xDSL Port. Then, proceed to Step 6. Step 6 Order a program again and check whether the user can go online. A If the user can go online, go to Step 14. B If the user fails to go online, proceed to Step 7. Step 7 Run the display igmp program all command to query the multicast program list. Check whether the MVLAN of the user contains the program ordered by the user. A If the MVLAN contains the program, go to Step 9. B If the MVLAN does not contain the program, proceed to Step 8. Step 8 Order a program that exists in the MVLAN again and check whether the program can be watched. A If the program can be watched, notify the user that this program needs to be bought. Then go to Step 14. B If the program cannot be watched, proceed to Step 9. Step 9 Check whether the user has rights to order the program. 1. Run the display igmp user service-port 100 command to query the right (authority) profile bound to the user (assume that the ID of the service port for the multicast user is 100). l When Bind profiles is -, it indicates that authentication is not required and the user can order all programs in the MVLAN. Go to Step 11. l When Bind profiles is 0, it indicates that the user is not bound to any right profile and cannot order any program. Proceed to Step 9.2 2

l When Bind profiles is larger than or equal to 1, it indicates that the user can order only the permitted multicast program. You can see the index and name of the program right profile bound to the user at the end of the query result. Go to Step 9.3 2. Run the igmp user bind-profile service-port 100 profile-index-list 1 command to bind a proper right profile to the user according to multicast service planning (assume that the ID of the service port for the user is 100 and the index of the program right profile to be bound is 1). Proceed to Step 9.3. 3. Run the display igmp profile profile-index 1 command to query the multicast right profile bound to the user (assume that the index of the program right profile bound to the user is 1). l When the right of the ordered program for the user is watch or preview, it indicates that the user can order this program. Go to Step 11. l When the right of the ordered program for the user is forbidden or idle, it indicates that the user does not have the right to order this program. Proceed to Step 10. NOTE There are four types of program rights: forbidden, preview, watch, and idle. When a user is bound to multiple profiles and the program rights in the profiles are different, the final program right of the user is determined by the right with the highest priority. By default, the priority of the program rights is forbidden > preview > watch > idle. You can run the igmp right-priority command to set the priority. Step 10 Order the program with the watch or preview right for the user and check whether the program can be watched. l If the program can be watched, notify the user that this program needs to be bought. Then, go to Step 14. l If the program cannot be watched, proceed to Step 11. Step 11 Check the bandwidth CAC function. 1. Run the following commands to enable the monitoring function of the multicast user. huawei(config)#terminal monitor huawei(config)#terminal debugging huawei(config)#debugging igmp all 2. Order a program again. 3. After commands are printed, run the following commands to disable the debugging function. huawei(config)#undo debugging igmp huawei(config)#undo terminal debugging huawei(config)#undo terminal monitor 4. Check the debugging information on the CLI. l If "Warning: the user fails to pass bandwidth CAC" is displayed and the user can use only the current bandwidth according to the service requirement, notify the user to order the program with low traffic. Then, go to Step 14. l If "Warning: the user fails to pass bandwidth CAC" is displayed and more bandwidth 3

can be allocated to the user according to the service requirement, run the igmp user modify service-port 100 max-bandwidth 5000 command to increase the bandwidth allocated to the user (assume that the ID of the service port for the multicast user is 100 and the maximum bandwidth is increased to 5000 kbit/s). Then, proceed to Step 12. l If the preceding information is not displayed, go to Step 13. Step 12 Order a program again and check whether the program can be watched. l If the program can be watched, go to Step 14. l If the program cannot be watched, proceed to Step 13. Step 13 Record the results of the preceding steps in the form for reporting a fault, fill in the form completely, and then submit the form to Huawei for technical support. Step 14 The fault is rectified. ----End More related: MA5600/MA5603: Configuring the license function MA5600/MA5603: Control board reset caused by abnormalities MA5600/MA5603: Service board reset repeatedly More Huawei products and Reviews you can visit: http://www.huanetwork.com/blog Huanetwork.com is a world leading Huawei networking products distributor, we wholesale original new Huawei networking equipments, including Huawei switches, Huawei routers, Huaweisymantec security products, Huawei IAD, Huawei SFP and other Huawei networking products. Our customers include telecom operators, Huawei resellers, ISP and system integrators. Right now most of our sales are contributed by regular customers Our website: http://www.huanetwork.com Telephone: +852-30501940 Email: sales@huanetwork.com Address: 23/F Lucky Plaza, 315-321 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hongkong 4

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