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Atmadm

Updated: January 21, 2005

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

Atmadm

Monitors connections and addresses that are registered by the ATM Call Manager on an asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) network. You can use atmadm to display statistics for incoming and outgoing calls on ATM adapters. Used without parameters, atmadm displays statistics for monitoring the status of active ATM connections.

Syntax

atmadm [/c][/a] [/s]

Parameters
/c
Displays call information for all current connections to the ATM network adapter installed on this computer.

/a
Displays the registered ATM network service access point (NSAP) address for each adapter installed in this computer.

/s
Displays statistics for monitoring the status of active ATM connections.

/?
Displays help at the command prompt.

Examples

The following tasks illustrate how you can use the atmadm command.

To display call information

To display call information for all current connections to the ATM network adapter installed on this computer, type:

atmadm /c

The atmadm /c command produces output similar to the following:


Windows ATM Call Manager Statistics

ATM Connections on Interface : [009] Olicom ATM PCI 155 Adapter

   Connection   VPI/VCI   Remote Address/
                          Media Parameters (rates in bytes/sec)
   In  PMP SVC    0/193   47000580FFE1000000F21A2E180020481A2E180B
                          Tx:UBR,Peak 0,Avg 0,MaxSdu 1516
                          Rx:UBR,Peak 16953936,Avg 16953936,MaxSdu 1516
   Out P-P SVC    0/192   47000580FFE1000000F21A2E180020481A2E180B
                          Tx:UBR,Peak 16953936,Avg 16953936,MaxSdu 1516
                          Rx:UBR,Peak 16953936,Avg 16953936,MaxSdu 1516
   In  PMP SVC    0/191   47000580FFE1000000F21A2E180020481A2E180B
                          Tx:UBR,Peak 0,Avg 0,MaxSdu 1516
                          Rx:UBR,Peak 16953936,Avg 16953936,MaxSdu 1516
   Out P-P SVC    0/190   47000580FFE1000000F21A2E180020481A2E180B
                          Tx:UBR,Peak 16953936,Avg 16953936,MaxSdu 1516
                          Rx:UBR,Peak 16953936,Avg 16953936,MaxSdu 1516
   In  P-P SVC    0/475   47000580FFE1000000F21A2E180000C110081501
                          Tx:UBR,Peak 16953984,Avg 16953984,MaxSdu 9188
                          Rx:UBR,Peak 16953936,Avg 16953936,MaxSdu 9188
   Out PMP SVC    0/194   47000580FFE1000000F21A2E180000C110081501 (0)
                          Tx:UBR,Peak 16953984,Avg 16953984,MaxSdu 9180
                          Rx:UBR,Peak 0,Avg 0,MaxSdu 0
   Out P-P SVC    0/474   4700918100000000613E5BFE010000C110081500
                          Tx:UBR,Peak 16953984,Avg 16953984,MaxSdu 9188
                          Rx:UBR,Peak 16953984,Avg 16953984,MaxSdu 9188
   In  PMP SVC    0/195   47000580FFE1000000F21A2E180000C110081500
                          Tx:UBR,Peak 0,Avg 0,MaxSdu 0
                          Rx:UBR,Peak 16953936,Avg 16953936,MaxSdu 9180

The following table contains descriptions of each element in the atmadm /c sample output.

 

Type of Data Screen Display Description

Connection Information

In/Out

Direction of the call. In is to the ATM network adapter from another device. Out is from the ATM network adapter to another device.

 

PMP

Point-to-multipoint call.

 

P-P

Point-to-point call.

 

SVC

Connection is on a switched virtual circuit.

 

PVC

Connection is on a permanent virtual circuit.

VPI/VCI Information

VPI/VCI

Virtual path and virtual channel of the incoming or outgoing call.

Remote Address/Media Parameters

47000580FFE1000000F21A2E180000C110081500

NSAP address of the calling (In) or called (Out) ATM device.

 

Tx

The Tx parameter includes the following three elements:

  • Default or specified bit-rate type (UBR, CBR, VBR, or ABR)

  • Default or specified line speed

  • Specified service data unit (SDU) size

 

Rx

The Rx parameter includes the following three elements:

  • Default or specified bit-rate type (UBR, CBR, VBR, or ABR)

  • Default or specified line speed

  • Specified SDU size

To list all registered addresses

To display the registered ATM network service access point (NSAP) address for each adapter installed in this computer, type:

atmadm /a

The atmadm /a command produces output similar to the following:


Windows ATM Call Manager Statistics

ATM Addresses for Interface : [009] Olicom ATM PCI 155 Adapter

47000580FFE1000000F21A2E180000C110081500

To display statistics

To display statistics for monitoring the status of active ATM connections, type:

atmadm /s

The atmadm /s command produces output similar to the following:


Windows ATM Call Manager Statistics

ATM Call Manager statistics for Interface : [009] Olicom ATM PCI 155 Adapter

Current Active calls                        = 4
Total successful Incoming calls             = 1332
Total successful Outgoing calls             = 1297
Unsuccessful Incoming calls                 = 1
Unsuccessful Outgoing calls                 = 1
Calls Closed by Remote                      = 1302
Calls Closed Locally                        = 1323
Signalling and ILMI Packets Sent            = 33655
Signalling and ILMI Packets Received        = 34989

The following table contains descriptions of each element in the atmadm /s sample output.

 

Call Manager Statistic Description

Current Active calls

Calls currently active on the ATM adapter installed on this computer.

Total successful Incoming calls

Calls successfully received from other devices on this ATM network.

Total successful Outgoing calls

Calls successfully completed to other ATM devices on this network from this computer.

Unsuccessful Incoming calls

Incoming calls that failed to connect to this computer.

Unsuccessful Outgoing calls

Outgoing calls that failed to connect to another device on the network.

Calls Closed by Remote

Calls closed by a remote device on the network.

Calls Closed Locally

Calls closed by this computer.

Signaling and ILMI Packets Sent

Number of integrated local management interface (ILMI) packets sent to the switch to which this computer is attempting to connect.

Signaling and ILMI Packets Received

Number of ILMI packets received from the ATM switch.

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Format Meaning

Italic

Information that the user must supply

Bold

Elements that the user must type exactly as shown

Ellipsis (...)

Parameter that can be repeated several times in a command line

Between brackets ([])

Optional items

Between braces ({}); choices separated by pipe (|). Example: {even|odd}

Set of choices from which the user must choose only one

Courier font

Code or program output

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