Wanpipe WAN Operation

    1. WAN Router Commands
    2. WANPIPE Environment Check  
    3. WANPIPE Startup
    4. Error Debugging 
    5. Kernel Driver Errors  
    6. Line Errors and Driver Statistics  
    7. Wanpipe Power User Operation  
    8. Wanpipe Manual Startup
    9. Wanpipe External Scripts

    At the heart of WANPIPE operation is the 'wanrouter' operation script.  It is used to start/stop/restart and display WANPIPE current status and environment.

    usage: /usr/sbin/wanrouter <command>

    WAN Router Commands

    Usage: wanrouter: {options} <wanpipe#> <interface>

    wanrouter start
    Starts all devices specified in /etc/wanpipe/wanrouter.rc WAN_DEVICES

    wanrouter stop
    Stops all devices specified in/etc/wanpipe/wanrouter.rc WAN_DEVICES

    wanrouter restart :  
    Restart all devices specified in/etc/wanpipe/wanrouter.rc WAN_DEVICES

    wanrouter start wanpipe# :
    Start a single device

    wanrouter stop  wanpipe# :
    Stops a single device
    wanrouter restart wanpipe# :
    Restart a single device                               

    wanrouter start wanpipe# if_name
    Start a single interface on device

    wanrouter stop  wanpipe# if_name
    Stops a single interface on device
    wanrouter restart wanpipe# if_name :
    Restart a single interface on device
    wanrouter list :
    List all active devices

    wanrouter modules:
    Show wanpipe kernel modules

    wanrouter status:
    Display status for all active devices

    wanrouter summary:
    ummary of config files in /etc/wanpipe

    wanrouter hwprobe
    Display wanpipe hardware probe info.

    wanrouter debug:
    Check current wanpipe environment.

    Wanpipe startup debugging. After a startup error run this command to get a possible solution
    i.e. wanrouter start; wanrouter debug;

    wanrouter debug if_name :
    Display common debugging statistics.

    In case of line problems save to file, wait 2-5min and send to Sangoma Tech Support
    i.e. wanrouter debug wp1fr16 > debug_file

    wanrouter conflogs:
    Display wanpipe configuration syntax errors

    i.e. /var/log/wanrouter

    wanrouter messages:
    Display wanpipe kernel event messages

    i.e. /var/log/messages

    wanrouter version:
    wanpipe version information.

    WANPIPE Environment Check

    The wanrouter debug option will check current wanpipe environment, make sure that kernel modules do load, and that /var/log/messages and /var/log/wanrouter logs do not show any errors. It will also try
    to give possible solutions.

    /usr/sbin/wanrouter debug

    Make sure that the new WANPIPE kernel modules have been installed correcty and that they can be loaded into the kernel, and the hardware is detected.

    /usr/sbin/wanrouter hwprobe

    Check that a configuration file exists in /etc/wanpipe directory

    /usr/sbin/wanrouter summary

    Make sure that no WANPIPE devices are currently running on the system

    /usr/sbin/wanrouter list

    WANPIPE Startup

    Please note that all kernel driver output messages are located in /var/log/messages file.

    Run 'tail -f /var/log/messages' in a separate console window, to monitor WANPIPE start/stop and operation messages.

    To start/stop/restart WANPIPE devices listed in
    /etc/wanpipe/wanrouter.rc file: (default is wanpipe1)

    /usr/sbin/wanrouter start
    /usr/sbin/wanrouter stop
    /usr/sbin/wanrouter restart

    To start/stop/restart single wanpipe device: (eg: wanpipe2)

    This command is useful when running multiple devices and would like to operate on a singe device.

    /usr/sbin/wanrouter start wanpipe2
    /usr/sbin/wanrouter stop wanpipe2
    /usr/sbin/wanrouter restart wanpipe2

    To start/stop/restart a single network interface from a /etc/wanpipe/wanpipe1.conf configuration file:

    This command is useful when adding an extra frame relay DLCI. Also to reconfigure a single DLCI.

    /usr/sbin/wanrouter start wanpipe2 wp2_fr18
    /usr/sbin/wanrouter stop wanpipe2  wp2_fr18
    /usr/sbin/wanrouter restart wanpipe2 wp2_fr18

    To view current status and configuration of active devices:

    /usr/sbin/wanrouter status

    Error Debugging

    After a failed wanrouter start command run:
    wanrouter debug

    The debug option will identify an error and offer solutions.

    Configuration Syntax Errors:

    All configuration file syntax errors, generated during WANPIPE starup, will be displayed in:

            (eg: cat /var/log/wanrouter)

    Kernel Driver Errors
    All device driver errors and events will be displayed in:

            (eg: tail -f /var/log/messages)

    Line Errors and Driver Statistics
    After a successful WANPIPE startup any extra debugging, such as line tracing or CSU/DSU debugging will be done using:

    /usr/sbin/wanpipemon -g

    For automated Line Error debugging run

    /usr/sbin/wanrouter debug <if_name>
        where <if_name> is wanpipe interface name.

    Wanpipe Power User Operation

    Wanpipe package contents

    1. Wanpipe Kernel Drivers
        The drivers are listed in order of dependency.

            sdladrv.o                   : Hardware Layer
            wanrouter.o              : Wanpipe Protocol Interface Layer
            wanpipe_syncpp.o    : Wanpipe PPP/CHDLC Protocol
            wanpipe.o                 : Wanpipe multi-protocol layer
            af_wanpipe.o            : Wanpipe API socket layer

    2. User space programs
    2.1 Configuration (/usr/sbin)
    wancfg: Wanpipe configuration tool

    cfgft1: Wanpipe FT1 config tool for S508FT1 and S5143 cards
                (For all other cards use wancfg)    

    2.2 Operation (/usr/sbin)

    Wanpipe operation tool that parses the config file and executed config ioctl() calls to the kernel driver.
    wanconfig -a /etc/wanpipe/wan_adsl.list card wanpipe1 up

    Wanpipe operation script used to start/stop/restart Wanpipe drivers.  The wanrouter script uses the above wanconfig to start wanpipe as well as standard "ifconfig" to bring all necessary interfaces up.

    2.3 Debugging/Monitoring
    Wanpipe debugging application used to debug the hardware, drivers and sync line.
            Graphical Mode: wanpipemon -g
            Raw trace: wanpipemon -i <if name> -c tr
    Interpreted trace: wanpipemon -i <if name> -c ti
    Alarms : wanpipemon -i <if name> -c Ta
             Hardware echo canceller monitoring: wanpipemon -i <if name> -c ehw

    Wanpipe Manual Startup
    If a power user desn't want to use the wanrouter master script.  Here is the break down of the wanpipe startup sequence:

    wanrouter start

    1. Load Kernel Modules

            insmod sdladrv.o
            insmod wanrouter.o
            insmod wanpipe_syncppp.o
            insmod wanpipe.o
            insmod af_wanpipe.o

            modprobe af_wanpipe

    2. Configure and Start Drivers
    If using ADSL
       /usr/sbin/wanconfig -a /etc/wanpipe/wan_adsl.list card wanpipe1 up
       /usr/sbin/wanconfig card wanpipe1 up

    3. Start up all network interfaces
    ifconfig wan0 <local ip> pointopoint <remote ip> netmask

    4. Confirmation
    tail -f /var/log/messages

    5. Check the events and driver statistics.

    cat /proc/net/wanrouter/status

    6. Check driver state