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S1720GFR, S2700, S5700, and S6720 V200R010C00 Web-based Configuration Guide

This document describes the configuration and maintenance of device through the web network management system. The web network management system provides the functions of viewing device information and managing the entire system, interfaces, services, ACL, QoS, routes, security, and tools.
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Example for Configuring SVF Through the Web System

Example for Configuring SVF Through the Web System

Networking Requirements

A new campus network has a large number of wired and wireless access devices. The widely distributed access devices complicate management and configuration of the access layer. Unified management and configuration of wired and wireless access devices are required to reduce the management cost.

In Figure 1-291, the parent is directly connected to a level-1 AS, and the level-1 AS is directly connected to an AP. The PC's network port is directly connected to the parent's Ethernet management port for a login to the web system to configure SVF.

This configuration example uses the S5720HI as the parent, an S5700-10P-PWR-LI-AC as the level-1 AS, and an AP4030DN as the AP. Both the parent and level-1 AS use the software version V200R010C00, and the AP uses the software version V200R007C10.

Figure 1-291  SVF networking

Configuration Roadmap

The configuration roadmap is as follows:
  1. Log in to the web system of the parent through the PC and ensure that the PC and parent reside on the same network segment.
  2. Change to the SVF mode.
  3. Configure the SVF system capability.
    • Enable SVF and configure the management VLAN ID and management IP address.
    • Add the level-AS.
    • Add the AP.
  4. Clear the AS configuration and restart it to ensure that this unconfigured AS can be connected to the SVF system. Connect the level-1 AS to the parent and connect the AP to the level-1 AS using cables.
  5. Check whether the SVF configuration is correct.

Data Plan

Item

Data

MAC addresses of the parent, AS1 and AP1

Parent: 0500-0000-XXXX

AS1: 88cf-98ba-XXXX

AP1: fcb6-98d6-XXXX

SVF management VLAN

VLAN 4090

IP address of the management VLANIF

192.168.2.1

Port that connects the parent to AS1

GE0/0/1

Port that connects the AS1 to parent

GE0/0/9

NOTE:
If the AS needs to use downlink service ports as member ports of the connected uplink fabric port, you need to run the command to specify these downlink service ports as member ports of the connected uplink fabric port. For details, see Configuring an AS in "SVF Configuration" in the S1720, S2700, S5700, and S6720 V200R010C00 Configuration Guide - Device Management.

Port that connects AS1 to AP1

GE0/0/8

AP SN

21500826412SF690XXXX

Procedure

  1. Log in to the web system of the parent through the PC.
    1. Open the web browser on the PC, enter https://management address of the parent in the address box, and press Enter. The web system login page is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-292.

      Figure 1-292  Web system login page

    2. Select a language English for the web system and choose EasyOperation.
    3. Enter the configured web user name and password, and click GO or press Enter. The web system page is displayed.
  2. Change to the SVF mode.
    1. Click in the upper left corner of the web system page, as shown in Figure 1-293.

      Figure 1-293  Changing to the SVF Mode

    2. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK, as shown in Figure 1-294.

      The system automatically redirects you to the SVF Enabling page.

      Figure 1-294  Confirming the switchover to the SVF mode

  3. Enable the SVF function on the parent.
    1. Set Enable SVF to ON. The SVF Enabling page is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-295.

      Perform the following configurations:
      • Set Management VLAN ID to 4090.
      • Set Management network scale to 512.
      • Set Management IP address/mask to 192.168.2.1/255.255.254.0.
      • Set AS access authentication to OFF.
      • Set AP access authentication to Non-authentication.
      Figure 1-295  Enabling SVF

    2. Click Apply. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK, as shown in Figure 1-296.

      Figure 1-296  Confirming the enabling of the SVF function

      When an operation success message is displayed, click OK.

  4. Add AS1.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AS Addition and click the Configure AS Fabric-Ports tab.
    2. Click Create and set AS Fabric-Port Resides On to Parent and AS Fabric-Port ID to 0, as shown in Figure 1-297.

      Figure 1-297  Configuring AS fabric-ports (AS1)

    3. Click Manage in Fabric-Port Member Ports. In the displayed Add Port dialog box, select GE0/0/1 (the port connected to AS1) as the fabric-port, and click OK, as shown in Figure 1-298.

      Figure 1-298  Adding ports (AS1)

    4. Choose Centralized mode for AS Configuration Mode. After the configurations are complete, click .
    5. Click the Name ASs tab.
    6. Click Create, as shown in Figure 1-299.

      Figure 1-299  Naming ASs (AS1)

    7. Set AS Name to as1 and AS Management MAC to 88cf-98ba-XXXX.
    8. Click Manage below AS Model. The Manage AS Model dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-300. Set Product series to S5700-10P-LI, AS model to S5700-10P-PWR-LI-AC, and AS stacking to OFF, and click OK.

      Figure 1-300  Managing the AS model

    9. After the configurations are complete, click .
  5. Add AP1.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AP Addition and click the Configure Ports Connected to APs tab. Select as1 from AS Name, as shown in Figure 1-301.

      Figure 1-301  Configuring the port connected to the AP

    2. Click Add Selected and select GE0/0/8 from the displayed Manage as1 Member User Ports dialog box, as shown in Figure 1-302.

      Figure 1-302  Managing member ports of AS1

    3. Click OK to finish configuring the port connecting AS1 to AP1.
    4. Click the Configure APs tab, click Create to set AP parameters, and click OK after setting these parameters, as shown in Figure 1-303.

      Perform the following configurations:
      • Set Creation mode to Manually add.
      • Set Keyword to AP MAC.
      • Set AP MAC to fcb6-98d6-XXXX.
      • Set AP ID to 1.
      • Set AP type to AP4030DN.
      • Set AP SN to 21500826412SF690XXXX.
      Figure 1-303  Creating an AP

  6. Log in to the AS using a command, run the reset saved-configuration command to clear the AS configuration, and reboot the AS. If the system asks you whether to save the current configuration during the reboot, enter N. Connect the level-1 AS to the parent and connect the AP to the level-1 AS using cables.

Result

After configuring SVF, perform the following operations to verify the configurations:
  • Choose Monitoring > Summary. In the displayed page, you can view SVF overview and device status information. Click on the left side of Member Device Status, and you can view that both the AS and AP are online, as shown in Figure 1-304. This indicates that an SVF system has been set up.
    Figure 1-304  SVF overview

  • Check the SVF topology.
    1. Choose Monitoring > Topology. The SVF topology page is displayed. You can view the level-1 AS topology, as shown in Figure 1-305.
      Figure 1-305  Level-1 AS topology

    2. Click the AS1 and AP1 icons. You can view detailed information about AS1 and AP1, as shown in Figure 1-306 and Figure 1-307.
      Figure 1-306  AS1 detailed information

      Figure 1-307  AP1 detailed information

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