Uploading the Default Configuration File in the tag Folder for the XCUB Switch Module

Publication Date:  2014-06-25 Views:  300 Downloads:  0
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Handling Process
Step 1 Use PuTTY to log in to the active SMM module as user root.
enter the default password of the root user.

Step 2 Run the following command to disable user logout upon system timeout:
TMOUT=0

Step 3 Run the following command to power off the XCUB switch module in slot swi2:
smmset -l swi2:fru2 -d powerstate -v poweroff

Step 4 Enter y and press Enter.

Step 5 Run the following command to power off the XCUB switch module in slot swi3:
smmset -l swi3:fru2 -d powerstate -v poweroff

Step 6 Enter y and press Enter.

Step 7 Set the transfer mode of WinSCP to Binary.
Method of setting the WindSCP transfer mode: Open WinSCP, choose Options > Preferences > Transfer, select Binary on the right side of the window, and click OK.

Step 8 Use WinSCP to switch to the /common/flash/bladecfg/swi2 directory of the SMM module.

Step 9 Delete the 2_1_1.cfg file.

Step 10 Upload the obtained configuration file of the XCUB switch module to the /common/flash/bladecfg/swi2 directory of the SMM module.
In this step, you need to select the default configuration file saved in the tag folder based on the slot ID of the switch module you are configuring.

Step 11 Perform Step 7 to Step 10 to upload the default configuration file of the XCUB switch module in slot swi3 to the /common/flash/bladecfg/swi3 directory of the SMM module.

Step 12 Run the following command to power on the XCUB switch module in slot swi2:
smmset -l swi2:fru2 -d powerstate -v poweron

Step 13 Enter y and press Enter.

Step 14 Run the following command to power on the XCUB switch module in slot swi3:
smmset -l swi3:fru2 -d powerstate -v poweron

Step 15 Enter y and press Enter.

Step 16 Log in to the XCUB switch module from the local PC using the serial port on the PC.
Ensure that the serial port baud rate is set to 115200 and the username root and default password Huawei12#$ are used to establish the connection.

Step 17 Run the following command to check whether the XCUB module is stacked with the other switch module in the same subrack:
display stack
The two switch modules are stacked successfully if a command output similar to the following is displayed:
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MemberID Role     Mac            Priority     Device Type
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2        Standby  006d-2334-4700   100         CX310
3        Master   cccc-0637-0080    100         CX310
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