ntservice.ini

Reference Documentation

Platform
Intel® PAC
Napatech SmartNIC
Content Type
Reference Information
Napatech Software Suite: ntservice.ini

The configuration file for the Napatech Software Suite is a human readable text file.

It is used to configure all the adapters in the system.
For each adapter it is possible to configure a number of parameters, such as:

  • AdapterType
  • BusId
  • RX and TX host buffers including number, size and NUMA node
  • Time synchronization parameters

    Besides the adapter configuration there are a number of global configuration parameters, such as:
  • Time stamp format
  • Logging
    Auto generated ini-file
    If the ini-file is not found, it is auto generated, The auto generated ini-file will contain keys with default values for all installed adapters. Each key/value pair is appended with a comment showing the possible values for the key and the default value is marked with a '*'.
    In order to get an auto generated ini-file for all adapters, the existing ini-file must be deleted or renamed and the driver must be stopped and started again. Afterwards the ini-file can be edited to fit the users needs.

    Note
    A setting depends on a certain adapter to be supported. Not all adapters support all settings.
    In the tables below the supported adapters for each setting can be seen in the "Supported Adapters" column. But a setting can also be dependent of the FPGA version. This means that even though the adapter is supporting a setting according to the description, the setting can be unsupported and rejected by the adapter, if the adapter is equipped with an older FPGA.


    System settings
    [System] - This section contains system-wide settings

    Adapter settings
    The adapter settings can be specified in two ways. Either as a specific adapter section like [Adapter0] or like an adapter type section like [NT40E3_4_PTP]. An adapter section is specific for a certain adapter while an adapter type section covers all adapters of the specified type. If the same setting is specified both in the adapter section and the adapter type section, the value specified in the adapter section is used.

    [AdapterX] - Adapter specific settings
    This section contains settings for a particular adapter, identified by the BusId. You must have an AdapterType and a BusId setting in this section. If you, however, have only one adapter, the BusId setting can be omitted, which will allow the adapter to be moved around. The adapter will be given the logical number X. If no sections named like this is found (eg. if the ini file is empty), all adapters in the system will be configured.

    [NTxxEyy] - Adapter type setting
    If a setting is not found in the [AdapterX] section it will be looked for in a section named after the AdapterType of the given adapter - eg. [NT40E3_4_PTP]. You can use these sections to configure all adapters of the same kind in just one place. Valid adapter type names are the values used in the AdapterType setting.

    Logging settings
    [Logging] - This section contains logging settings

    See below for a description of the ini-file settings and an example of the ini-file

    Parameter Possible values Default value Description Supported adapters Section
    AdapterType NT40A01_4X1
    NT20E3_2_PTP
    NT40E3_4_PTP
    NT50B01_2X25
    NT80E3_2_PTP
    NT80E3_2_PTP_8X10
    NT100E3_1_PTP
    NT200A01
    NT200A01_2X100
    NT200A01_8X10
    NT200A01_2X40
    NT200A01_2X25
    NT200A02_2X25
    NT200A02_2X100
    NT200A02_2X40
    NT200A02_4X25
    NT200A02_8X10
    NT200A02_2X1_10
    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E_STD
    NT20E2
    NT40E2_1
    NT40E2_4
    NT4E2_PTP
    NT20E2_PTP
    INTEL_A10_4X10
    INTEL_A10_1X40
    The type of the adapter All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    AltTPID 0 .. 65535 33024

    An alternative VLAN TPID. Frames with this VLAN TPID will also be
    handled as VLAN frames by the adapter.

    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    BondingType Separate : All supported adapters
    Master   : NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
               NT200A02_8x10G
               NT200A02-2x40G
               NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    Slave    : NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
               NT200A02_8x10G
               NT200A02-2x40G
               NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    Peer     : NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Separate

    Specifies the role of the adapter when bonded to another adapter

    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    Adapter
    BusId NNNN:NN:NN.N 0000:00:00.0

    The PCI bus ID. Adapters are uniquely identified using the bus ID.
    If domain is omitted, 0000 is assumed. BDF format mirrors lspci.

    Note
    If only one adapter is present, the bus ID is ignored.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    CancelTxOnCloseMask See ini-file help for information about possible values 0

    The port mask value is a bit mask: bit 0 = port 0, bit 1 = port 1 etc.
    Furthermore, each bit represents the adapter local port, not the virtual
    port. When transmit streams are closed the Tx-port adapters
    CancelTxOnCloseMask is checked and if the port-bit is set, all pending
    transmit data will be canceled and transmission of data will stop
    immediately. If not set, normal behavior will occur and all packets, not
    yet transmitted will be transmitted, even after closedown of the transmit
    stream.

    Note
    Not all adapters support this feature, in which case
    the driver will return an error.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    ConnectorInPTPClockAccuracy 32 .. 254 254

    ConnectorIn PTP clock accuracy to use for PTP announce messages.
    Range is limited to [32..49,254]
    This parameter specifies the clock accuracy when the adapter clock
    reference is either Ext1, Int1 or Int2 (NttsIn or PpsIn).

    Note
    This parameter is only used when running in PTP master mode.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    ConnectorInPTPClockClass 0 .. 248 187

    ConnectorIn PTP clock class to use for PTP announce messages.
    This parameter specifies the clock class when the adapter clock
    reference is either Ext1, Int1 or Int2 (NttsIn or PpsIn).

    Note
    This parameter is only used when running in PTP master mode.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    ConnectorInPTPClockTimeSource AtomicClock
    GPS
    TerrestrialRadio
    PTP
    NTP
    HandSet
    Other
    Oscillator
    Other

    ConnectorIn PTP clock time source used for PTP Time Property Data Set.
    This parameter specifies the clock time source when the adapter clock
    reference is either Ext1, Int1 or Int2 (NttsIn or PpsIn).

    Note
    This parameter is only used when running in PTP master mode.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    CsrxAllowIpv6UdpZeroChecksum false
    true
    0
    1
    2
    1

    Checksum RX allow IPv6 UDP zero checksum

    Note
    0: Do not allow UDP checksum value of zero for IPv6 packets.
    1: Allow outer UDP checksum value of zero for IPv6 tunneling header for all UDP ports.
    2: Allow outer UDP checksum value of zero for all IPv6 packets.
    Allow outer UDP checksum value of zero for IPv6 tunneling header for all UDP ports.
    Refer to RFC6935.
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    Adapter
    CsrxPrioritizeInnerProtocol true/false false

    Checksum RX prioritize inner protocol

    Note
    Validate checksum of layer 3 and 4 protocols of tunneled packets ( first level inner packet ),
    otherwise validate outermost layer 3 and 4 packets of packets without a tunnel.
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    Adapter
    DeduplicationWindow 10 .. 2000000 100

    Deduplication Window

    Note
    Determines the time window where deduplication can take place in µs.
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    DisableFec 1
    0
    true
    false
    0

    Adapters that support FEC (Forward Error Correction) will normally enable FEC if this
    is required by the NIM (Network Interface Module) that has been plugged in.
    E.g. for an NT100E3: If a CFP4-LR4 module is plugged in then FEC will be disabled,
    while it will be enabled by default for a CFP4-SR4 module.
    It is possible however to disable FEC in this situation by setting DisableFec = true.
    In the opposite situation however it is not possible to enable FEC, if a LR4 module has
    been plugged in.

    Note
    Some early versions of NT100E3 does not support FEC, and if an SR4 module,
    which normally requires FEC, is plugged in, the module will be stated as not
    supported. By setting DisableFec = true then the SR4 module will be accepted but
    running without FEC.
    If only one key value is stated this will apply to all ports on the adapter but it is also possible to state a comma separated list of values - one for each port. In this case the number of values must match the number of ports.
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    Adapter
    DisableTxRemoteFault 1
    0
    true
    false
    0

    If remote fault is disabled no remote fault is sent to the link partner disregarding any error condition on the input. This behaviour is intended for Tx only or debugging situations.

    Note
    Not all adapters support this setting.
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    Adapter
    DiscardSize 16 .. 63 16

    The DiscardSize option specifies the maximum frame size that is discarded
    by the adapter. If set to 63, all frames with a size less or equal to 63
    will be discarded.

    NT4E-STD
    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    EnaSfp28_10G 1
    0
    true
    false
    0

    Specifies if 10G is also allowed for SFP28 NIM modules that normally only are specified to run at 25G.

    Note
    Not all adapters support this setting and specifying it for such an adapter results in an error. A port that does not support SFP28 modules ignores the setting.
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    Adapter
    FlowStatusLearnDone true/false false

    Configure generation of Flow Status indications:

    Note
    When set to true a LearnDone status indication will be generated for the Flow Stream if a FlowWrite::LearnFlow succeed
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    Adapter
    FlowStatusLearnFail true/false true

    Configure generation of Flow Status indications:

    Note
    When set to true a LearnFail status indication will be generated for the Flow Stream if a FlowWrite::LearnFlow failed
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    Adapter
    FlowStatusLearnIgnore true/false true

    Configure generation of Flow Status indications:

    Note
    When set to true a LearnIgnore status indication will be generated for the Flow Stream if a FlowWrite::LearnFlow was ignored. This may happen if the flow already exists
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    Adapter
    FlowStatusUnlearnDone true/false false

    Configure generation of Flow Status indications:

    Note
    When set to true an UnlearnDone status indication will be generated for the Flow Stream if a FlowWrite::UnlearnFlow succeed
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    Adapter
    FlowStatusUnlearnIgnore true/false true

    Configure generation of Flow Status indications:

    Note
    When set to true an UnlearnIgnore status indication will be generated for the Flow Stream if a FlowWrite::UnlearnFlow was ignored This may happen if the flow doesn't exist
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    Adapter
    FlowTimeOut 0 .. 4294967295 120000

    Flow timeout

    Note
    When set to a non-zero value the flow scrubber will timeout flows where the time since the last seen packet is at least this value.
    Unit: Millisecond
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    Adapter
    ForceTxOn DISABLE
    ENABLE
    DISABLE

    Keeps TX link state up, even though Port RX is down.
    Enabling it has the following implications on a port:
    Disables automatic transmission of remote fault when local fault is detected in rx and
    disables automatic transmission of idle when remote fault is detected in rx.

    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    HashSeed 0 .. 4294967295 4294967295

    An alternative hash seed. The hash seed is used as initial value
    for the hash algorithm. Changing this value will alter the data
    distribution in the streams.

    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    HighFrequencySampling DISABLE
    ENABLE
    DISABLE

    This feature requires the NttsIn connector mode to be set.
    When the feature is enabled, the adapter time and the external
    time from the incoming NT-TS signal are sampled.
    Sampling occurs every 20 microseconds. This allows users to
    do post calculation on packet time stamps, if required.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    HostBufferHandlerAffinity -2 .. 7 -2

    The adapter host buffer handler thread affinity can be set
    with this parameter.
    -2 is default and sets the affinity to match the adapter number.
    -1 disables affinity and lets the host buffer handlers run on all CPUs
    as dictated by the system scheduler.
    0..max pins the host buffer handler to that specific CPU.

    Note
    Intel Turbo Boost DN-0449 (Optimization Tips/Tweaking)
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    HostBufferPollInterval default
    10
    50
    100
    250
    500
    1000
    10000
    25000
    50000
    100000
    default

    Host buffer poll interval
    This parameter is in usec. It controls how often ntservice should poll for
    new data in the host buffers. Changing this option affects latency;
    a higher value increases latency but lowers the CPU utilization
    in ntservice to service the host buffers.

    Note
    Should be changed with care as a wrong setting can result in packet loss
    Intel Turbo Boost DN-0449 (Optimization Tips/Tweaking)
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    HostBufferRefreshIntervalAll default
    1
    5
    10
    50
    100
    250
    500
    default

    Host buffer refresh interval. Affects both the RX and TX data path.
    The default value for the two parameters,
    HostBufferRefreshIntervalRx and HostBufferRefreshIntervalTx,
    can be set with this single parameter.
    This parameter is in usec.

    Note
    For help, please see description for
    HostBufferRefreshIntervalRx and HostBufferRefreshIntervalTx.
    Default value is 100.
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    System
    HostBufferRefreshIntervalRx default
    1
    5
    10
    50
    100
    250
    500
    default

    Rx host buffer refresh interval. Affects the RX data path.
    It controls how often the FPGA should poll for
    new data in the RX host buffers.
    Changing this option affects latency;
    a higher value increases latency.
    This parameter is in usec.
    Default value is 100.

    Note
    NOTE: The default value can be modified with the HostBufferRefreshIntervalAll parameter.
    A lower value of 50 or 10 is recommended for inline applications to improve latency.
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    HostBufferRefreshIntervalTx default
    1
    5
    10
    50
    100
    250
    500
    default

    Tx host buffer refresh interval. Affects the TX data path.
    It controls how often the FPGA should poll for
    new data in the TX host buffers.
    Changing this option affects latency;
    a higher value increases latency.
    This parameter is in usec.
    Default value is 100.

    Note
    NOTE: The default value can be modified with the HostBufferRefreshIntervalAll parameter.
    A lower value of 50 or 10 is recommended for inline applications to improve latency.
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    HostBufferSegmentAlignmentRx default : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    none    : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    0       : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    512     : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    1024    : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    2048    : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    4096    : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    default

    Host buffer Rx segment alignment


    Note


    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    HostBufferSegmentSizeRx default : All supported adapters
    dynamic : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              NT200A02_8x10G
    0       : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              NT200A02_8x10G
    1       : All supported adapters
    2       : All supported adapters
    4       : All supported adapters
    64K     : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    128K    : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    256K    : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    512K    : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
              NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
              NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
              NT40A01-4x1
              NT50B01_2x25
              NT80E3-2-PTP
              NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
              NT200E3-2
              NT200A01-2x100G
              NT200A01_8x10G
              NT200A01-2x40G
              NT200A01-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x10G/25G
              NT200A02-2x100G
              NT200A02-2x40G
              NT200A02-4x10G/25G
              NT200A02_8x10G
              NT200A02_2x1G/10G
              INTEL-A10-1x40G
              INTEL-A10-4x10G
    1M      : All supported adapters
    2M      : All supported adapters
    4M      : All supported adapters
    default

    Host buffer Rx segment size
    This parameter is in MB. It controls the segment size of the RX host buffer(s).
    Changing this option affects how much data each segment within the host buffer can hold
    before it is released to the user.
    Currently default is equal to setting value dynamic - meaning that the RX host buffer segment size is dynamic

    Note
    Adapters running NT3GA FPGAs - the RX host buffer sizes specified via HostBuffersRx must be at least 16*HostBufferSegmentSizeRx.
    Adapters running NT4GA FPGAs - which have been configured to use static host buffer segment size - is only able to utilize half of the maximum available host buffers - typically 64 host buffers.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    HostBufferSegmentSizeTx default
    1
    2
    4
    1M
    2M
    4M
    default

    Host buffer Tx segment size
    This parameter is in MB. It controls the segment size of the TX host buffer(s).
    Changing this option affects how much data each segment within the host buffer can hold
    before it is released to the adapter.

    Note
    Should be changed with care. The TX host buffer sizes specified via HostBuffersTx must be at least 16*HostBufferSegmentSizeTx.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    HostBufferSegmentTimeOut default
    10
    50
    100
    250
    500
    1000
    10000
    25000
    50000
    100000
    default

    Host buffer segment timeout
    This parameter is in usec. It controls how often the FPGA releases
    segments that are not full. Changing this option affects latency;
    a higher value increases latency but lowers the CPU utilization
    in ntservice to service the segments.

    Note
    Should be changed with care as a wrong setting can result in packet loss
    Intel Turbo Boost DN-0449 (Optimization Tips/Tweaking)
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    HostBuffersRx [x1, x2, x3], ... [4,16,-1]

    This parameter controls the RX host buffers per adapter. Host buffers are
    defined using "[a, b, c]" where:

    a : The amount of host buffers with size=b and NUMA=c
    b : The size of the host buffer in MB. It must be a multiple of 4 and >= 16
    c : The NUMA node on which the host buffers should be allocated

    HostBufferRx can specify multiple host buffer definitions using CSV,
    e.g., HostBufferRx=[1,16,0],[1,16,1], which defines one 16MB host buffer
    on NUMA node 0 and one 16MB host buffer on NUMA node 1.


    To disable a host buffer, set the amount (parameter "a") to 0 (zero).
    To get one hostbuffer per port, set the amount (parameter "a") to "$NumPorts$".
    -1 in parameter c means take the value from the NumaNode parameter.

    Note
    The driver supports a total max of 1024 GB host buffer memory (across all adapters).
    A total number of 128 hostbuffers is supported per adapter running with NT4GA FPGA
    NOTE: for adapters running with NT4GA FPGAs the maximum available host buffers is dependant on the HostBufferSegmentSizeRx setting
    A total number of 32 hostbuffers is supported per adapter running with NT3GA FPGA
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    HostBuffersTx [x1, x2, x3], ... [4,16,-1]

    This parameter controls the TX host buffers per adapter. Host buffers are
    defined using "[a, b, c]" where:

    a : The amount of host buffers with size=b and NUMA=c
    b : The size of the host buffer in MB. It must be a multiple of 4 and >= 16
    c : The NUMA node on which the host buffers should be allocated

    HostBufferTx can specify multiple host buffer definitions using CSV,
    e.g., HostBufferTx=[1,16,0],[1,16,1], which defines one 16MB host buffer
    on NUMA node 0 and one 16MB host buffer on NUMA node 1.


    To disable a host buffer, set the amount (parameter "a") to 0 (zero).
    -1 in parameter c means take the value from the NumaNode parameter.

    Note
    A total number of 128 hostbuffers and a total max of 1024 GB host buffer memory is supported.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    IfgMode NS
    BYTE
    NS

    Specifies if the port handles IFG values in 10 ns ticks or bytes at startup

    NT4E-STD
    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    KmTcamConfig [cnt, len, dualLookup], ... [2,4,0],[4,1,0]

    This parameter controls the configuration of the key store TCAM used by
    the IP match feature. It is defined using "[c, l, d]" where:

    c : The the number of banks used for lookup of keys with size l
    l : The key length. Ipv4 has length 1 and IPv6 has length 4
    d : Should dual lookup be supported. 0: no, 1: yes

    Dual lookup means that you can look up both source and destination addresses
    in one filter (IPMatch == SrcIP,DstIp).
    The c parameter is ignored, but kept for backwards compatibility,

    Default is no dual lookup.

    Note
    A configuration must be specified for both IPv4 and IPv6 and you must specify the same value for dual lookup for both key sizes.
    For some high-speed adapters (e.g. NT200) enabling dual-lookup
    will also cut the CAM capacity in half.
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    LinkPropagationPortPairs [portA, portB], ...

    This parameter controls the configuration of link state propagation port pairs.
    A link state propagation port pair is defined using [portA, portB]

    While at least one of the links are down: If port A link state is down, the
    laser is turned off on port B and vice versa.
    Link down propagation is only active in one direction at a time.

    Note
    A port can only participate in one link state propagation pair at a time.
    All adapters
    are supported
    System
    LogBufferWrap wrap
    nowrap
    wrap

    wrap: Log buffer wraps when full.
    nowrap: Log does not wrap. Logging stops when buffer is full.

    All adapters
    are supported
    Logging
    LogFileName String /tmp/Log3G_%s.log

    The file name for the log file. If the file name contains a %s,
    this will be expanded with the date and time of the
    service start.
    Example:
    /tmp/test.log will not be expanded
    /tmp/test_%s.log will be expanded to /tmp/test_11_10_28_11_23_21.log
    The %s can be placed anywhere in the file name string.

    All adapters
    are supported
    Logging
    LogMask See ini-file help for information about possible values 7

    0x01: ERROR level logging (i.e. recoverable error)
    0x02: WARNING level logging (i.e. user attention required)
    0x04: INFO level logging (i.e. non essential information)
    0x08: DEBUG level logging (i.e. debug information)
    0x10: DIAG level logging (i.e. diagnostic information)
    0x20: Event level logging (i.e. event information)
    0x40: CMD level logging (i.e. command information)
    0x80: API level logging (i.e. API information)

    All adapters
    are supported
    Logging
    LogToFile true/false false

    0: Disable file logging
    1: Enable file logging

    Note
    There is no limit to the logfile size. Use 3rd party logrorate tool.
    See DN-0449 Napatech Software Suite (Doxygen manual)
    Logging section for examples on logrotate.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Logging
    LogToSystem true/false true

    0: Disable system (syslogd) logging
    1: Enable system (syslogd) logging

    All adapters
    are supported
    Logging
    MaxFrameSize 1518 .. 10000 9018

    The maximum frame size. Frames larger than this are treated
    as large. Range is 1518..10000 (default 9018).

    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    NtplFileName String

    NTPL startup file
    This file must contain valid NTPL commands.
    If the file exist, it will be downloaded to
    all adapters, when ntservice is started.
    Example:
    /opt/config/default.ntpl

    The filter setting described by default.ntpl will be
    downloaded to all adapters at startup.

    All adapters
    are supported
    System
    NumaNode -1 .. 16 -1

    This parameter informs which NUMA node this adapter is connected to.
    It helps the driver determine how to allocate hostbuffers in a numa system.

    Note
    Using the default value (-1) the driver will attempt to determine the
    the adapter numa node location.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    NumWorkerThreads 1 .. 100 16

    NTService splits inter-process communication (IPC) between worker threads.
    Each stream has an IPC connection to NTService, but the connection is only
    utilized when the stream exchanges information with NTService via NTAPI.
    All streams, except for the network stream, exchange information with
    NTService via IPC, but since these streams are not in the data path,
    they are rarely used, which is why the default number of worker threads
    is low. However, the pool of worker threads is a shared resource, and if a
    high number of applications use IPC concurrently and extensively, increase
    the number of worker threads to ensure applications do not block each other.

    All adapters
    are supported
    System
    OnBoardMemorySplit Dynamic      : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
                   NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
                   NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
                   NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
                   NT40A01-4x1
                   NT50B01_2x25
                   NT80E3-2-PTP
                   NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
                   NT200E3-2
                   NT200A01-2x100G
                   NT200A01_8x10G
                   NT200A01-2x40G
                   NT200A01-2x10G/25G
                   NT200A02-2x10G/25G
                   NT200A02-2x100G
                   NT200A02-2x40G
                   NT200A02-4x10G/25G
                   NT200A02_8x10G
                   NT200A02_2x1G/10G
                   INTEL-A10-1x40G
                   INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Even         : All supported adapters
    Proportional : All supported adapters
    Even

    This parameter controls the on-board SDRAM memory split among all host buffers.
    When set to Proportional, the SDRAM on-board memory is split in the same
    proportional relation as each host buffer size relates to the total host buffer
    memory allocated. Example: [1,512,0],[2,64,0] => split in 80/10/10 percent.
    When set to Dynamic, the SDRAM on-board memory is allocated dynamically to the
    host buffers that need it. One host buffer could potentially end up taking all SDRAM.

    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    OSTimePTPClockAccuracy 32 .. 254 254

    OSTime PTP clock accuracy to use for PTP announce messages.
    Range is limited to [32..49,254]

    Note
    This parameter is only used when running in PTP master mode.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    OSTimePTPClockClass 0 .. 248 248

    OSTime PTP clock class to use for PTP announce messages.

    Note
    This parameter is only used when running in PTP master mode.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    OSTimePTPClockTimeSource AtomicClock
    GPS
    TerrestrialRadio
    PTP
    NTP
    HandSet
    Other
    Oscillator
    Other

    OSTime PTP clock time source used for PTP Time Property Data Set.

    Note
    This parameter is only used when running in PTP master mode.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PacketDescriptor PCAP : All supported adapters
    NT   : All supported adapters
    Ext7 : NT4E-STD
           NT4E
           NT20E
           NT4E2-PTP
           NT20E2
           NT20E2-PTP
           NT40E2-1
           NT40E2-4
           NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
           NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
           NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    Ext8 : NT4E2-PTP
           NT20E2
           NT20E2-PTP
           NT40E2-1
           NT40E2-4
           NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
           NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
           NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    Ext9 : NT4E2-PTP
           NT20E2
           NT20E2-PTP
           NT40E2-1
           NT40E2-4
           NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
           NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
           NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
           NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
           NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
           NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
           NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
           NT40A01-4x1
           NT50B01_2x25
           NT80E3-2-PTP
           NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
           NT200E3-2
           NT200A01-2x100G
           NT200A01_8x10G
           NT200A01-2x40G
           NT200A01-2x10G/25G
           NT200A02-2x10G/25G
           NT200A02-2x100G
           NT200A02-2x40G
           NT200A02-4x10G/25G
           NT200A02_8x10G
           NT200A02_2x1G/10G
           INTEL-A10-1x40G
           INTEL-A10-4x10G
    NT

    The default packet descriptor used when receiving packets

    Note
    PCAP descriptor may only be selected in combination
    with PCAP or PCAP_NS TimestampFormat.
    The PCAP descriptor is only supported in Capture,
    CaptureReplay and TrafficGen profile.
    The default packet descriptor can be overridden
    in individual NTPL assign statements.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    PortDisableMask See ini-file help for information about possible values 0

    Specifies the status of the port at startup. The disabled port must then
    be enabled manually, either by using the config tool or by using the config
    stream. The value is a bit mask: bit 0 = port 0, bit 1 = port 1, etc.

    Note
    Not all adapters support disabling of ports. Disabling a port on an
    adapter that does not support it results in an error. Only the bits
    covering a port is checked. For example, the value 0xFF disables
    all ports, no error is returned.
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    PortSpeedMultiRate 1G  : NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
          NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
          NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
          NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
          NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    10G : All supported adapters
    25G : NT50B01_2x25
          NT200A01-2x10G/25G
          NT200A02-2x10G/25G

    A comma separated list that specifies the initial speed for each port on an adapter that supports more than one speed. The first, leftmost value addresses local port 0 and so on.

    Note
    Not all adapters support this setting and specifying it for such an adapter results in an error. A port that does not support multi rate ignores the setting. In general it will be the module that has been plugged into a port that determines, if it supports multi rate or not.
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    Adapter
    Profile None          : All supported adapters
    Capture       : All supported adapters
    Inline        : NT4E-STD
                    NT4E
                    NT20E
                    NT4E2-PTP
                    NT20E2
                    NT20E2-PTP
                    NT40E2-1
                    NT40E2-4
                    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
                    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
                    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    CaptureReplay : NT4E-STD
                    NT4E
                    NT20E
                    NT4E2-PTP
                    NT20E2
                    NT20E2-PTP
                    NT40E2-1
                    NT40E2-4
                    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
                    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
                    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    TrafficGen    : NT4E-STD
                    NT4E
                    NT20E
                    NT4E2-PTP
                    NT20E2
                    NT20E2-PTP
                    NT40E2-1
                    NT40E2-4
                    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
                    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
                    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    None

    Specifies the intended usage of an adapter. Not all adapters
    support a profile other than the default. If None is used, the profile
    defaults to the native profile of the adapter, e.g., Inline for inline
    and Capture for capture, etc.

    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    PtpAnncInterval -3 .. 6 1

    PTP Announce interval in units of log2 seconds. Running in PTP master
    mode, this value specifies the mean PTP Announce message transmission
    interval.
    When running unicast transmission with a master, this parameter is used
    for the announce unicast transmission request.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpAnncTmo 2 .. 10 3

    PTP Announce receipt timeout multiplier in units of log2 seconds.
    This parameter specifies the timeout multiplier value used to wait
    for announce message from PTP masters.
    Timeout (sec) = 2^(announce interval) * announce receipt timeout

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpClockDomain 0 .. 128 0

    PTP clock domain. This parameter specifies the PTP clock domain
    for this clock to participate in.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpClockPriority1 0 .. 255 128

    PTP clock priority 1. This parameter specifies the
    priority 1 value used in the default BMCA (Best Master Clock Algorithm).

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpClockPriority2 0 .. 255 128

    PTP clock priority 2. This parameter specifies the
    priority 2 value used in the default BMCA (Best Master Clock Algorithm).

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPCommTech IPv4_UDP
    IEEE_802.3
    IPv4_UDP

    PTP Communication transport protocol.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPDelayAsymmetry -999000000 .. 999000000 0

    PTP path delay asymmetry compensation. Specified in nanoseconds.
    This compensation must be positive when the propagation time
    master-to-slave is longer than the propagation time slave-to-master.

    Note
    If path asymmetry is experienced in the network and this parameter must
    be used, it is important to note that other parameter settings may influence
    the delay asymmetry. It is especially parameters like the Delay Mechanism
    (E2E vs P2P). Others, like the sync rate relation to the delay-request rate
    may also have a large influence.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPDelMech E2E
    P2P
    E2E

    PTP delay mechanism. E2E means End-to-End and uses the delay
    request-response mechanism. P2P means Peer to Peer and uses
    the peer delay mechanism.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpDelrMinInterval -7 .. 6 0

    PTP Delay request min interval in units of log2 seconds. When running
    in PTP master mode, this parameter specifies the minimum delay-request
    interval to send to PTP slaves. When running in PTP slave mode, this
    value is the initial value used before receiving an update from master.
    When running unicast transmission with a master, this parameter is used
    for the delay-request unicast transmission request.

    Note
    This parameter is only used with the E2E delay mechanism.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpDhcp DISABLE
    ENABLE
    ENABLE

    PTP port DHCP Enable.

    Note
    Ignored if PtpCommTech = IEEE_802.3
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPFilter None
    Minimum
    PDV
    None

    PTP filter selection. This parameter specifies usage of a
    filter to be applied to measured delay values before fed to the
    PI controller unit. This may be usable in networks with high packet
    delay variations (PDV) values (especially non-PTP aware networks).

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpGw IP Address 192.168.0.1

    PTP port gateway IP address.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpIpAddr IP Address 192.168.0.2

    PTP port static IP address.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpMasterModeAllowed DISABLE
    ENABLE
    DISABLE

    PTP master mode allowed. When set to ENABLE, this adapter may
    be used as PTP master. It will then use specified PTP clock quality
    information associated with the active clock reference in use,
    for PTP announce messages.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpMinFilterLen 0 .. 4294967295 4

    PTP Minimum filter length.
    It is recommended that the filter length is at least two times
    the quotient of number of sync messages per second divided by
    the number of delay request messages per second. Best results
    are achieved with equal message rates i.e. quotient = 1.
    If the synchronization stability is not as desired, the filter
    length shall be increased

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpNetMask IP Address 255.255.255.0

    PTP port IP netmask.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpPDelInterval -6 .. 5 0

    PTP peer delay request interval in units of log2 seconds.
    This parameter is used when the P2P delay mechanism is selected.
    It specifies the interval to send peer delay request messages on
    the PTP port.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpPDVFilterOffsetAccuracy 1 .. 1000000 1000

    PTP PDV filter worst-case offset accuracy in nanoseconds.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpPDVFilterPeriod 1 .. 10000 4

    PTP PDV filter period in seconds.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpPortPCapTraceFile String

    PTP PCAP trace file. Specify a file path here to create a pcap trace file
    with the data transmitted and received on the PTP port.
    The trace file will be created on driver start and closed on driver close.

    Note
    The transmitted PTP event packets does not contain the time stamp
    actually applied to the packet. This is because the trace data is captured
    before reaching the PHY issuing the time stamp.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpPpsSampling DISABLE
    ENABLE
    DISABLE

    PTP PPS sampling mode. Enables PPS sampling on the adapter clock by using
    the PTP module as PPS generator synchronized with a PTP master.

    Note
    Only valid on PTP adapters. When this parameter is enabled, PTP may
    not be configured as PTP master or reference clock to the adapter clock.
    The PTP module will run as a stand-alone module using the configuration
    specified.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpProfile Default
    Telecom
    Power
    Enterprise
    G.8275.1
    Default

    The PTP profile to use.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpStatusLogFile String

    PTP status log file. This will generate a text log file with status dumps
    from the PTP stack each second.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpSynInterval -7 .. 6 0

    PTP Sync interval in units of log2 seconds. When running in PTP master
    mode, this parameter specifies the sync message interval to send out.
    When running unicast transmission with a master, this parameter is used
    for the sync unicast transmission request.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpTelecomDomain1 4 .. 23 4

    PTP clock domain for unicast master 1.

    Note
    This is for use with Telecom profile only.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpTelecomDomain10 4 .. 23 4

    PTP clock domain for unicast master 10.

    Note
    This is for use with Telecom profile only.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpTelecomDomain2 4 .. 23 4

    PTP clock domain for unicast master 2.

    Note
    This is for use with Telecom profile only.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpTelecomDomain3 4 .. 23 4

    PTP clock domain for unicast master 3.

    Note
    This is for use with Telecom profile only.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpTelecomDomain4 4 .. 23 4

    PTP clock domain for unicast master 4.

    Note
    This is for use with Telecom profile only.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpTelecomDomain5 4 .. 23 4

    PTP clock domain for unicast master 5.

    Note
    This is for use with Telecom profile only.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpTelecomDomain6 4 .. 23 4

    PTP clock domain for unicast master 6.

    Note
    This is for use with Telecom profile only.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpTelecomDomain7 4 .. 23 4

    PTP clock domain for unicast master 7.

    Note
    This is for use with Telecom profile only.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    PtpTelecomDomain8 4 .. 23 4

    PTP clock domain for unicast master 8.

    Note
    This is for use with Telecom profile only.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpTelecomDomain9 4 .. 23 4

    PTP clock domain for unicast master 9.

    Note
    This is for use with Telecom profile only.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPUnicastMasterAddr1 IP Address 0.0.0.0

    PTP unicast master IP address 1.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPUnicastMasterAddr10 IP Address 0.0.0.0

    PTP unicast master IP address 10.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPUnicastMasterAddr2 IP Address 0.0.0.0

    PTP unicast master IP address 2.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPUnicastMasterAddr3 IP Address 0.0.0.0

    PTP unicast master IP address 3.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPUnicastMasterAddr4 IP Address 0.0.0.0

    PTP unicast master IP address 4.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPUnicastMasterAddr5 IP Address 0.0.0.0

    PTP unicast master IP address 5.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPUnicastMasterAddr6 IP Address 0.0.0.0

    PTP unicast master IP address 6.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPUnicastMasterAddr7 IP Address 0.0.0.0

    PTP unicast master IP address 7.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPUnicastMasterAddr8 IP Address 0.0.0.0

    PTP unicast master IP address 8.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PTPUnicastMasterAddr9 IP Address 0.0.0.0

    PTP unicast master IP address 9.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpUnicastMasterTblQueryInt 0 .. 16 1

    PTP unicast master table query interval in units of log2 seconds range[0..16].
    If a unicast request is not granted by a master then this parameter
    specifies the time to wait before retrying the unicast request.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpUnicastTransmitDuration 10 .. 1000 300

    PTP unicast transmit duration in seconds.
    This parameter specifies the unicast transmission grant period used
    for unicast transmit requests.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpUserDescription String Napatech adapter

    PTP clock user description. This user description will be used
    in the PTP clock description message.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpUtcOffsetFromReference -32767 .. 32767 0

    PTP UTC offset from time source reference. Utc offset = Time ref - UTC time.

    Note
    This parameter is only used when the UTC offset is not known by the
    PTP master and may be applied when running in PTP slave mode.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpVlanId 0 .. 4094 0

    PTP port VLan ID. Used on both Layer2 and IPv4. A value of '0' disables VLan.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    PtpVlanPrio 0 .. 7 0

    PTP port VLan priority. Used on both Layer2 and IPv4.

    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    RemoteAdapter 0 .. 8 -1

    Specifies to which adapter this one is bonded. Only relevant if BondingType is 'Peer'

    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    Adapter
    SDRAMFillLevelWarning X1, X2, X3, X4 0

    The format is XX[,[YY][,[ZZ][,[UU]]]], where XX is the lowest and UU is
    the highest level. A level is an integer in the range 0 through 100
    that expresses how big a percentage of a host buffer is in use.
    The system supports up to four fill levels: XX, YY, ZZ, and UU.
    A level pertains to the size of the SDRAM allocated to each host buffer.
    For example, if the level is set to 50 for an adapter with one gigabyte
    of memory and four host buffers using equal SDRAM split, then if any of the four
    host buffers uses more than 128 megabytes (equal split = 256MB/host buffer)
    of memory, the system generates an event for that specific host buffer.
    Note that when at least one fill level is defined, the system generates
    events when the fill level changes to either 0 (empty) or 100 (full)
    even though those two values are not explicitly listed in the
    ini-file, and it is not necessary to define, nor is it
    possible to disable, those two events.
    A level equal to zero disables that level and any subsequent level.
    Typing a comma without a value denotes a value of zero, e.g., '20,,'
    denotes '20,0,0', which defines a single warning level at 20 percent.
    Leaving out a value is generally a bad idea, for instance ',,20' denotes
    '0,0,20', which disables all events.

    All adapters
    are supported
    System
    SofLinkSpeed 10M  : NT4E
           NT4E-STD
           NT4E2-PTP
    100M : NT4E-STD
           NT4E
           NT4E2-PTP
           NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
           NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
           NT40A01-4x1
           NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
           NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    1G   : NT4E-STD
           NT4E
           NT4E2-PTP
           NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
           NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
           NT40A01-4x1
           NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
           NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    10G  : NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
           NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
           NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
           NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
           NT50B01_2x25
           NT200A01-2x10G/25G
           NT200A02-2x10G/25G
           NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    25G  : NT50B01_2x25
           NT200A01-2x10G/25G
           NT200A02-2x10G/25G
           NT200A02-4x10G/25G

    Specifies the speed of all ports on adapter when TimestampMethod is set to SOF.

    Note
    All these ports will have their capabilities reduced to only this speed, if they otherwise support more than one speed (trispeed, dual-rate).
    NT4E-STD
    NT4E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    Adapter
    StatInterval 1
    10
    20
    25
    50
    100
    200
    400
    500
    500

    The setting control if statistics should be returned via the API every
    100ms or every 500ms.

    All adapters
    are supported
    System
    TimestampFormat NATIVE      : NT4E-STD
                  NT4E
                  NT20E
                  NT4E2-PTP
                  NT20E2
                  NT20E2-PTP
                  NT40E2-1
                  NT40E2-4
                  NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
                  NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
                  NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NATIVE_NDIS : NT4E-STD
                  NT4E
                  NT20E
                  NT4E2-PTP
                  NT20E2
                  NT20E2-PTP
                  NT40E2-1
                  NT40E2-4
                  NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
                  NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
                  NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NATIVE_UNIX : All supported adapters
    UNIX_NS     : NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
                  NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
                  NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
                  NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
                  NT40A01-4x1
                  NT50B01_2x25
                  NT80E3-2-PTP
                  NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
                  NT200E3-2
                  NT200A01-2x100G
                  NT200A01_8x10G
                  NT200A01-2x40G
                  NT200A01-2x10G/25G
                  NT200A02-2x10G/25G
                  NT200A02-2x100G
                  NT200A02-2x40G
                  NT200A02-4x10G/25G
                  NT200A02_8x10G
                  NT200A02_2x1G/10G
                  INTEL-A10-1x40G
                  INTEL-A10-4x10G
    PCAP        : All supported adapters
    PCAP_NS     : All supported adapters
    NATIVE_UNIX

    The timestamp format used by the adapter

    Note
    When selecting PCAP or PCAP_NS, all enabled adapters must
    use PCAP PacketDescriptor.
    PCAP and PCAP_NS is only supported in Capture and CaptureReplay
    profile.
    All adapters
    are supported
    System
    TimestampInjectAlways true/false, ... false

    Always perform Timestamp Inject

    Note
    True/False
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    Adapter
    TimestampInjectDynamicOffset TSI_DYN_SOF
    TSI_DYN_EOF
    TSI_DYN_L3
    TSI_DYN_L4
    TSI_DYN_SOF

    Timestamp Inject Dynamic Offset

    Note
    Values: TSI_DYN_SOF, TSI_DYN_EOF, TSI_DYN_L3, TSI_DYN_L4
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    Adapter
    TimestampInjectOffset SOF
    EOF
    SOF

    Time Stamp Injection Offset Mode
    This setting pertains to transmission of packets (TX).
    The setting is used for controlling the offset base used when injecting
    time stamps into transmitted packets.
    The offset base can be either start of frame (SOF) or end of frame (EOF).
    Note that this setting defines the offset base, while the offset itself
    is part of an extended header.
    Mode SOF is start of frame, and is the original mode of Napatech adapters.
    Mode EOF denotes end of frame.

    Note
    Not all adapters support EOF time stamp inject mode, in which case the
    driver will return an error.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    Adapter
    TimestampInjectStaticOffset -16384 .. 16383, ... 0

    Timestamp Inject Static Offset

    Note
    Range: [-16384 : 16383]
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    Adapter
    TimestampMethod SOF : NT4E-STD
          NT4E
          NT20E
          NT4E2-PTP
          NT20E2
          NT20E2-PTP
          NT40E2-1
          NT40E2-4
          NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
          NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
          NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
          NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
          NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
          NT40A01-4x1
          NT50B01_2x25
          NT80E3-2-PTP
          NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
          NT200A01-2x100G
          NT200A01_8x10G
          NT200A01-2x40G
          NT200A01-2x10G/25G
          NT200A02-2x100G
          NT200A02_8x10G
          NT200A02-2x40G
          NT200A02-2x10G/25G
          NT200A02-4x10G/25G
          NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    EOF : All supported adapters
    EOF SOF = Start of Frame. EOF = End of Frame
    Reception of packets (RX):
    Packets can be time-stamped when the first octet is received (SOF) or when
    the last octet is received (EOF). Default is when the last octet is received.
    Transmission of packets (TX):
    The setting is used for controlling the value of the time stamp that
    the adapter inserts into transmitted packets. The timestamp can either be
    the time when the first byte of the packet is put on the wire (SOF) or
    the time when the last byte of the packet is put on the wire (EOF).
    If Timestamp method "SOF" is choosen all ports must run the same speed.
    All adapters
    are supported
    System
    TimeSyncClockAdjustmentMode 1
    2
    1

    Time synchronization clock adjustment mode.
    In clock adjustment mode 1, the clock change rate may be set as high as
    100,000 ppm whereas in clock adjustment mode 2 the clock change rate has a
    maximum of 2000 ppm.

    Note
    PTP capable adapters will have default value of 2.
    PTP time synchronization must use clock adjustment mode 2. PTP capable
    adapters may use clock adjustment mode 1, but PTP is then not available.
    Non-PTP capable adapters may only use clock adjustment mode 1 (mode 1 is
    merely for backward compatibility).
    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    Adapter
    TimeSyncConnectorExt1 None
    NttsIn
    PpsIn
    NttsOut
    PpsOut
    RepeatInt1
    RepeatInt2
    NttsIn

    Specifies the time synchronization mode, protocol and direction to use
    on the External 1 connector.

    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    TimeSyncConnectorInt1 None
    NttsIn
    PpsIn
    NttsOut
    PpsOut
    RepeatExt1
    RepeatInt2
    None

    Specifies the time synchronization mode, protocol and direction to use
    on the Internal 1 connector.

    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    TimeSyncConnectorInt2 None
    NttsIn
    PpsIn
    NttsOut
    PpsOut
    RepeatExt1
    RepeatInt1
    None

    Specifies the time synchronization mode, protocol and direction to use
    on the Internal 2 connector.

    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    TimeSyncFrequencyReferencePriority FreeRun
    SyncE
    FreeRun

    This parameter specifies the frequency reference priority. The priority decreases from left to right.
    When a reference fails, the next reference in the list is used.

    Note
    When one or more failovers have occurred, the driver periodically attempts to get back to the highest or a higher priority.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    TimeSyncHardReset DISABLE
    ENABLE
    ENABLE

    Enable or disable the allowance of hard resetting the time stamp clock to the reference clock when synchronizing to another clock (time jump vs sliding).

    Note
    When this parameter is disable, i.e. no time jumps allowed, first time jump after driver load is allowed.
    When running PTP slave and the time offset between slave and master is greater than 39 hours,
    a hard reset will occur caused by PTP protocol limitation.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    TimeSyncNTTSInSyncLimit 1 .. 4294967295 5000

    The in-sync indicator limit for NT time sync. If the absolute skew is
    less than or equal to this value, the in-sync indicator is raised.
    Specified in nanoseconds.

    Note
    The events for the specified time sync in-sync limit does not include
    the time stamp information. The event is to notify users if a slave
    adapter is in sync with the master or out of sync whenever the specified
    limit is crossed.
    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    TimeSyncOSInSyncLimit 1 .. 4294967295 50000

    The in-sync indicator limit for OS time sync. If the absolute skew is
    less than or equal to this value, the in-sync indicator is raised.
    Specified in nanoseconds.

    Note
    The events for the specified time sync in-sync limit does not include
    the time stamp information. The event is to notify users if a slave
    adapter is in sync with the master or out of sync whenever the specified
    limit is crossed.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    TimeSyncOsTimeReference None
    adapter-0
    adapter-1
    adapter-2
    adapter-3
    adapter-4
    adapter-5
    adapter-6
    adapter-7
    None

    The setting denotes the adapter whose clock is used to synchronize the
    system time, i.e., the operating system's clock. Only one adapter can
    serve as time source. The default behavior is not to synchronize the
    system time.
    For example, to use adapter zero's clock to synchronize the system time:
    [System]
    TimeSyncOsTimeReference = adapter-0
    Avoid other means to synchronize the system time, for instance NTP,
    when enabling this feature.

    Note
    It is illegal to configure a cyclic dependency, which occurs if
    the host clock is synchronized with an adapter and that adapter's clock
    is synchronized with the host's clock. The driver detects this and
    issues an error. The following configuration is illegal:
    [System]
    TimeSyncOsTimeReference = adapter-0
    [Adapter0]
    TimeSyncReferencePriority = OsTime
    All adapters
    are supported
    System
    TimeSyncPPSInSyncLimit 1 .. 4294967295 5000

    The in-sync indicator limit for PPS time sync. If the absolute skew is
    less than or equal to this value, the in-sync indicator is raised.
    Specified in nanoseconds.

    Note
    The events for the specified time sync in-sync limit does not include
    the time stamp information. The event is to notify users if a slave
    adapter is in sync with the master or out of sync whenever the specified
    limit is crossed.
    NT4E
    NT20E
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    TimeSyncPTPInSyncLimit 1 .. 4294967295 5000

    The in-sync indicator limit for PTP time sync. If the absolute skew is
    less or equal to this value, the in-sync indicator is raised.
    Specified in nanoseconds.

    Note
    The events for the specified time sync in-sync limit does not include
    the time stamp information. The event is to notify users if a slave
    adapter is in sync with the master or out of sync whenever the specified
    limit is crossed.
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    Adapter
    TimeSyncReferencePriority FreeRun
    PTP
    Int1
    Int2
    Ext1
    OSTime
    FreeRun

    This parameter specifies the priority of the reference clocks to use
    as synchronization clocks. The priority decreases from left to right.
    When a reference fails, the next clock reference in the list is used.

    Note
    When one or more failovers have occurred, the driver periodically
    attempts to get back to the highest or a higher priority.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    TimeSyncTimeJumpThreshold 0 .. 3600 1

    When using PPS time synchronization, this parameter determines
    the number of seconds the adapter clock may be offset from the selected
    reference clock before a time jump is performed.
    When using OS time synchronization, this parameter is interpreted as an
    on/off time jump setting where time jumps are allowed when
    TimeSyncTimeJumpThreshold is not equal to 0. When set to 0, no time
    jumps are allowed (sliding). The hard-coded threshold used is 1 second.
    When using NT time synchronization, this parameter is interpreted as an
    on/off time jump setting where time jumps are allowed when
    TimeSyncTimeJumpThreshold is not equal to 0. When set to 0, no time
    jumps are allowed (sliding).

    Note
    To enable time sliding regardless of clock reference,
    set this parameter to 0.
    This parameter is only applicable when TimeSyncClockAdjustmentMode=1.
    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    TimeSyncTimeOffset 0 .. 1000000 0

    Only applies to NT and PPS time synchronization. Sets the time
    synchronization signal delay compensation. Specified in nanoseconds.

    All adapters
    are supported
    Adapter
    TxTiming ABSOLUTE
    RELATIVE
    RELATIVE

    An adapter is either in relative or absolute timing mode.
    When in relative timing mode, an adapter transmits packets such that the
    inter-frame gap (IFG) between pairs of packets is correct. When in
    absolute timing mode, the adapter transmits packets at the time
    stipulated by the time stamp in the packet descriptor. When in relative
    timing mode, the IFG is most accurate but the (absolute) transmission time
    of a packet may be slightly off over time; whereas in absolute timing mode,
    the transmission time of a packet is most accurate over time but the IFG
    (between pairs of packets) may be slightly off.
    The default behavior is to run each adapter in relative timing mode.
    Note: In relative timing mode the max inter-frame gap is set to 2.6 sec.

    Note
    Not all adapters support absolute timing mode, in which case
    the driver will return an error.
    NT20E3-2-PTP (3GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (3GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (3GA)
    NT4E2-PTP
    NT20E2
    NT20E2-PTP
    NT40E2-1
    NT40E2-4
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    Adapter
    VXLANAltDestinationPorts X1, X2 4789,4789

    User-specified VXLAN UDP destination ports. Up to two additional UDP destination
    ports can be specified, which will be used in conjunction with the standard
    port.

    NT20E3-2-PTP (4GA)
    NT40E3-4-PTP (4GA)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9504)
    NT100E3-1-PTP (9505)
    NT40A01-4x1
    NT50B01_2x25
    NT80E3-2-PTP
    NT80E3-2-PTP-8x10G
    NT200E3-2
    NT200A01-2x100G
    NT200A01_8x10G
    NT200A01-2x40G
    NT200A01-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x10G/25G
    NT200A02-2x100G
    NT200A02-2x40G
    NT200A02-4x10G/25G
    NT200A02_8x10G
    NT200A02_2x1G/10G
    INTEL-A10-1x40G
    INTEL-A10-4x10G
    Adapter
    WisMode DISABLE
    ENABLE
    DISABLE

    Enable WIS/OC-192c mode on WIS supported adapters.
    Wis mode is enabled for all ports on the adapter.

    Note
    Not all adapters support WIS mode. Enabling WisMode on an adapter
    without Wis support will return an error.
    NT20E2
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E2-PTP
    Adapter
    WisModeMask See ini-file help for information about possible values 255

    Specifies the wismode status of the port at startup. The value is a
    bit mask: bit 0 = port 0, bit 1 = port 1, etc.

    Note
    Requires that WisMode is enabled. The default value is 0xFF meaning thatwismode is enabled on all ports. Only the bits covering a port is checked.
    For example, the value 0xFF enables all ports, no error is returned.
    Enabling WisMode on an adapter without Wis support will return an error.
    NT20E2
    NT40E2-4
    NT20E2-PTP
    Adapter

    Ini-file examples
    1. Autogenerated ini-file example
[System]
HostBufferRefreshIntervalAll = default   # default* - 1 - 5 - 10 - 50 - 100 - 250 - 500
NumWorkerThreads = 16                    # 1 .. 100
SDRAMFillLevelWarning = 0                # X1, X2, X3, X4
TimestampFormat = NATIVE_UNIX            # NATIVE - NATIVE_NDIS - NATIVE_UNIX* - PCAP - PCAP_NS - UNIX_NS
TimestampMethod = EOF                    # UNKNOWN - SOF - EOF*
TimeSyncOsTimeReference = None           # None* - adapter-0 - adapter-1 - adapter-2 - adapter-3 - adapter-4 - adapter-5 - adapter-6 - adapter-7
[Logging]
LogBufferWrap = wrap                     # wrap* - nowrap
LogFileName = /tmp/Log3G_s.log          # String
LogMask = 7                              # See ini-file help for information about possible values
LogToFile = false                        # true/false
LogToSystem = true                       # true/false
[Adapter0]
AdapterType = NT40E3_4_PTP               # NT20E3_2_PTP - NT40E3_4_PTP - NT80E3_2_PTP - NT100E3_1_PTP - NT200A01
BusId = 0000:04:00.0                     # NNNN:NN:NN.N
DiscardSize = 16                         # 16 .. 63
HighFrequencySampling = DISABLE          # DISABLE* - ENABLE
HostBufferPollInterval = default         # default* - 10 - 50 - 100 - 250 - 500 - 1000 - 10000 - 25000 - 50000 - 100000
HostBufferRefreshIntervalRx = default    # default* - 1 - 5 - 10 - 50 - 100 - 250 - 500
HostBufferRefreshIntervalTx = default    # default* - 1 - 5 - 10 - 50 - 100 - 250 - 500
HostBufferSegmentSizeRx = default        # default* - dynamic - 1* - 2 - 4
HostBufferSegmentTimeOut = default       # default* - 100 - 250 - 500 - 1000 - 10000 - 25000 - 50000 - 100000
HostBuffersRx = [4,16,0]                 # [x1, x2, 0], ...
MaxFrameSize = 9018                      # 1518 .. 10000
NumaNode = 0                             # 0 .. 16
OnBoardMemorySplit = Even                # Even* - Proportional
PacketDescriptor = NT                    # PCAP - NT* - Ext7 - Ext8 - Ext9
PortDisableMask = 0                      # See ini-file help for information about possible values
PortSpeedMultiRate = 10G, 10G, 10G, 10G  # 1G - 10G*
Profile = None                           # None* - Capture - Inline - CaptureReplay - TrafficGen
PtpDhcp = ENABLE                         # DISABLE - ENABLE*
PtpProfile = Default                     # Default* - Telecom - Power
PtpUserDescription = Napatech adapter    # String
TimeSyncConnectorExt1 = NttsIn           # None - NttsIn* - PpsIn - NttsOut - PpsOut - RepeatInt1 - RepeatInt2
TimeSyncConnectorInt1 = None             # None* - NttsIn - PpsIn - NttsOut - PpsOut - RepeatExt1 - RepeatInt2
TimeSyncConnectorInt2 = None             # None* - NttsIn - PpsIn - NttsOut - PpsOut - RepeatExt1 - RepeatInt1
TimeSyncHardReset = ENABLE               # DISABLE - ENABLE*
TimeSyncNTTSInSyncLimit = 5000           # 1 .. 4294967295
TimeSyncOSInSyncLimit = 50000            # 1 .. 4294967295
TimeSyncPPSInSyncLimit = 5000            # 1 .. 4294967295
TimeSyncPTPInSyncLimit = 5000            # 1 .. 4294967295
TimeSyncReferencePriority = Ext1, FreeRun # FreeRun* - PTP - Int1 - Int2 - Ext1 - OSTime
TimeSyncTimeOffset = 0                   # 0 .. 1000000


2. Ini-file using adapter type section
[System]
HostBufferRefreshIntervalAll = default   # default* - 1 - 5 - 10 - 50 - 100 - 250 - 500
NumWorkerThreads = 16                    # 1 .. 100
SDRAMFillLevelWarning = 0                # X1, X2, X3, X4
TimestampFormat = NATIVE_UNIX            # NATIVE - NATIVE_NDIS - NATIVE_UNIX* - PCAP - PCAP_NS
TimestampMethod = EOF                    # UNKNOWN - SOF - EOF*
TimeSyncOsTimeReference = None           # None* - adapter-0 - adapter-1 - adapter-2 - adapter-3 - adapter-4 - adapter-5 - adapter-6 - adapter-7
[Logging]
LogBufferWrap = wrap                     # wrap* - nowrap
LogFileName = /tmp/Log3G_s.log          # String
LogMask = 7                              # See ini-file help for information about possible values
LogToFile = false                        # true/false
LogToSystem = true                       # true/false
[NT40E3_4_PTP]
DiscardSize = 16                         # 16 .. 63
HighFrequencySampling = DISABLE          # DISABLE* - ENABLE
HostBufferPollInterval = default         # default* - 10 - 50 - 100 - 250 - 500 - 1000 - 10000 - 25000 - 50000 - 100000
HostBufferRefreshIntervalRx = default    # default* - 1 - 5 - 10 - 50 - 100 - 250 - 500
HostBufferRefreshIntervalTx = default    # default* - 1 - 5 - 10 - 50 - 100 - 250 - 500
HostBufferSegmentSizeRx = default        # default* - dynamic - 1* - 2 - 4
HostBufferSegmentTimeOut = default       # default* - 100 - 250 - 500 - 1000 - 10000 - 25000 - 50000 - 100000
HostBuffersRx = [4,16,0]                 # [x1, x2, 0], ...
MaxFrameSize = 9018                      # 1518 .. 10000
NumaNode = 0                             # 0 .. 16
OnBoardMemorySplit = Even                # Even* - Proportional
PacketDescriptor = NT                    # PCAP - NT* - Ext7 - Ext8 - Ext9
PortDisableMask = 0                      # See ini-file help for information about possible values
PortSpeedMultiRate = 10G, 10G, 10G, 10G  # 1G - 10G*
Profile = None                           # None* - Capture - Inline - CaptureReplay - TrafficGen
PtpDhcp = ENABLE                         # DISABLE - ENABLE*
PtpProfile = Default                     # Default* - Telecom - Power
PtpUserDescription = Napatech adapter    # String
TimeSyncConnectorExt1 = NttsIn           # None - NttsIn* - PpsIn - NttsOut - PpsOut - RepeatInt1 - RepeatInt2
TimeSyncConnectorInt1 = None             # None* - NttsIn - PpsIn - NttsOut - PpsOut - RepeatExt1 - RepeatInt2
TimeSyncConnectorInt2 = None             # None* - NttsIn - PpsIn - NttsOut - PpsOut - RepeatExt1 - RepeatInt1
TimeSyncHardReset = ENABLE               # DISABLE - ENABLE*
TimeSyncNTTSInSyncLimit = 5000           # 1 .. 4294967295
TimeSyncOSInSyncLimit = 50000            # 1 .. 4294967295
TimeSyncPPSInSyncLimit = 5000            # 1 .. 4294967295
TimeSyncPTPInSyncLimit = 5000            # 1 .. 4294967295
TimeSyncReferencePriority = Ext1, FreeRun # FreeRun* - PTP - Int1 - Int2 - Ext1 - OSTime
TimeSyncTimeOffset = 0                   # 0 .. 1000000
[Adapter0]
AdapterType = NT40E3_4_PTP               # NT20E3_2_PTP - NT40E3_4_PTP - NT80E3_2_PTP - NT100E3_1_PTP - NT200A01
BusId = 0000:04:00.0                     # NNNN:NN:NN.N
DiscardSize = 32                         <== This setting overwrites the one in the adapter type section

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