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Typical Configuration Examples

CloudEngine 12800, 12800E, 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 Series Switches

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Example for Backing Up System Files Using BIOS/BootLoader

Example for Backing Up System Files Using BIOS/BootLoader

Applicable Products and Versions

This example applies to CE12800, CE6800, and CE5800 series switches running V100R001C00 and later versions.

This example applies to CE7800 series switches running V100R003C00 and later versions.

This example applies to CE8800 series switches running V100R006C00 and later versions.

This example applies to CE12800E series switches running V200R002C50 and later versions.

Networking Requirements

To prevent system file loss, use BIOS/BootLoader to back up system files.

As shown in Figure 2-4, the device connects to the PC.

Figure 2-4 Networking for using BIOS/BootLoader to back up system files
NOTE:

The procedure of upgrading the system software using BootLoader is similar to that using BIOS. In this example, the BIOS menu is used to upgrade the system software on a switch running V200R001C00.

Precautions

When using BIOS to back up system files, pay attention to the following points:

  • The Mini USB/Micro USB port and console port provide the same functions, so the Mini USB/Micro USB port can be used in this example. When using the Mini USB/Micro USB port, you need to install the driver of the Mini USB/Micro USB port on the PC and use the Mini USB/Micro USB cable to connect the device to the PC.
  • The CE12800 is used as an example. On the CE8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800, connect devices according to actual interfaces.

  • To upload system files in different paths, specify the paths in addition to system file names. Select option 1 to view paths for storing system files.

  • During system file upload, ensure that the TFTP application is enabled until file transfer is complete.

Configuration Roadmap

The configuration roadmap is as follows:

  1. Configure the TFTP server before using BIOS to back up system files. This example uses a PC as the TFTP server and connects the management Ethernet interface of the device to the network adapter of the PC so that they can set up a TFTP connection.
  2. Log in to the device through the console port and restart the device to enter the BIOS menu.
  3. Enter the system file submenu and upload files to the TFTP server.

Procedure

  1. Run TFTP software on the PC and specify the path for storing the system software.

    NOTE:

    The TFTP server program is not installed by default, and users must purchase and install the TFTP server software themselves. The TFTPD32 program is recommended.

    Run the TFTP server program on the PC and configure the PC, as shown in Figure 2-5.

    Figure 2-5 Configuring the TFTP server
    • Click Browse to set the directory for storing new system files.
    • Enter the TFTP server address in Server interfaces, for example, 192.168.1.11. Generally, this IP address is automatically set by the system.

  2. Log in to the device through the console port.
  3. Restart the device. Press Ctrl+B to enter the BIOS menu when the following information is displayed.

    Starting ...       
                 
    Press CTRL+B to enter BIOS menu:  1             //Press Ctrl+B within 3s to enter the BIOS menu. After 3s, the system continues to start up.
         
    Password:                                       //Enter the BIOS password. In V200R019C00 and later versions, if the default BIOS password is used, you need to change the password.
            
            BIOS Menu (Version: 126)
    
         1. Continue to boot
         2. Update from serial interface
         3. Update from ethernet interface
         4. Modify startup parameters
         5. File system
         6. Modify stack parameters
         7. Modify BIOS password
         8. Modify console password                   //This option does not exist in V200R019C00 and later versions.
         9. Restore factory defaults
        10. Reboot
    
    Enter your choice(1-10): 
    NOTE:

    The working mode selection menu option 6. Modify stack parameters in the BIOS menu is available only for devices that can function as leaf nodes in an SVF system.

  4. Select File system to enter the file system submenu.

            BIOS Menu (Version: 126)
    
         1. Continue to boot
         2. Update from serial interface
         3. Update from ethernet interface
         4. Modify startup parameters
         5. File system
         6. Modify stack parameters
         7. Modify BIOS password
         8. Modify console password
         9. Restore factory defaults
        10. Reboot
    
    Enter your choice(1-10): 5
    
            File system Submenu   
      
         1. List flash files                                     //You can view file information.
         2. Upload file to server
         3. Return       
    Enter your choice(1-3): 

  5. Select Upload file to server to back up system files.

            File system Submenu   
    
      
         1. List flash files           
         2. Upload file to server
         3. Return       
      
    Enter your choice(1-3): 2
    Please check network paraments:
    '.' = clear field;  '-' = go to previous field;  Ctrl+C = quit      
    Ftp type            : TFTP        //In V200R002C50 and later versions, files can be transferred using TFTP, TFTP + FTP, or TFTP + SFTP.
    Server IP address   :                  - 192.168.1.11    //Configure the server IP address.
    Switch IP address   :                  - 192.168.1.121   //Configure the device IP address.
    Gateway IP address  :                  -                   //Configure the gateway address. You do not need to configure the gateway address when the device and server are located on the same network segment.
    Network Mask        :                  - 255.255.255.0   //Configure the subnet mask.
    
    Please input file name: vrpcfg.zip                       //Configure the name of the file to be upnloaded. When files in different paths need to be uploaded, add the file path.
    TFTP server IP address: 192.168.1.11 
    Switch IP address: 192.168.1.121                    
    Upload Filename 'vrpcfg.zip'.                                                                                                       
    974 Bytes to be send ...                                                                                                             
    Uploading:TftpBlock=1 TftpBlockWrap=0
      974 Bytes upload ok.
    Upload file ok!                                              //File transfer is complete. Ensure that TFTP application is enabled before this step.

Verifying the Configuration

Check whether system files are backed up on the TFTP server.

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Updated: 2019-10-14

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