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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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EasyOperation

EasyOperation

On the EasyOperation page, you can configure global Easy-Operation parameters for a device, including the role, Commander IP address and port, and file server.

Context

Before configuring Easy-Operation on a device, determine the role of the device.

Parameters configured here are global parameters. To configure parameters for a group, choose System Management > EasyOperation.

NOTE:

If a device does not support the Commander function, its role can only be set to Client.

Procedure

Configuring a device as a client

  1. Choose Configuration Wizard > EasyOperation in the navigation tree to display the EasyOperation page, as shown in Figure 2-37.

    Figure 2-37  Select role

    Select the Client option and click Next.

  2. Enter the Commander IP address and UDP port. The Commander IP address you enter here must be the same as that configured on the Commander. If you keep the UDP port field blank, the default UDP port is used. See Figure 2-38.

    Figure 2-38  IP address and port

    Set the required parameters and click Next.

  3. Check whether the configuration is correct on the page displayed, as shown in Figure 2-39.

    Figure 2-39  Confirm result

    Click Finish.

Configuring a device as a Commander

You can import information about unconfigured devices to the Commander using the configuration wizard to deploy unconfigured devices.
  1. Choose Configuration Wizard > EasyOperation in the navigation tree to display the EasyOperation page, as shown in Figure 2-40.
    Figure 2-40  Select role

    Select the Commander option and click Next.

  2. Enter the Commander IP address and UDP port. The Commander IP address you enter here must exist on the device. If you keep the UDP port field blank, the default UDP port is used. See Figure 2-41.

    Figure 2-41  IP address and port

    Set the required parameters and click Next.

  3. Configure file server information, as shown in Figure 2-42.

    Figure 2-42  Server type configure

    Table 2-14 describes the parameters for a file server.

    Table 2-14  Server configuration parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Server type

    Options are FTP, SFTP, and TFTP.

    NOTE:

    FTP and TFTP cannot ensure secure file transfer. SFTP is recommended on networks that require high security.

    IP

    This parameter is mandatory. Enter the IP address of the file server.

    User name

    Enter the user name used to log in to the file server.

    Password

    Enter the password used to log in to the file server.

    Configuration file backup

    Options are No backup, Duplicate, and Overwrite.

    Time interval

    Set the interval at which you want the Commander to back up configuration files.

    Set the required parameters and click Next.

  4. (Optional) Configure file activation method and time, as shown in Figure 2-43.

    Figure 2-43  Download file configure

    Table 2-15 describes the parameters for file activation.

    Table 2-15  Download file configure

    Parameter

    Description

    File activation mode

    Options are Default mode and Reset mode.

    By default, if downloaded files include a software package (*.cc), clients activate all the downloaded files by restarting. In a batch upgrade, if downloaded files include a configuration file, clients activate all the downloaded files by restarting.

    File activation time

    Options are immediate, Delayed, and Scheduled. If you select Delayed or Scheduled, the related parameter is displayed for you to configure.

    Automatically clear the storage

    If you select Yes, clients will delete non-startup system software packages if they do not have sufficient space for downloaded files.
    NOTE:

    Whether clients can automatically clear their storage medium depends on the file server type. If clients download files from a TFTP server, they cannot automatically clear their storage medium because they cannot obtain the sizes of downloaded files. If an FTP or SFTP server is used but the server cannot return the file sizes, clients cannot automatically clear their storage medium.

    Set the required parameters and click Next.

  5. (Optional) Configure client information, as shown in Figure 2-44.

    Figure 2-44  Client configuration

    1. Click template.zip to download this template to your computer, and then enter client information in the template.

    2. Click Browse and select the template.

    3. Click to import client information from the template.

    4. Check the imported client information in the Import result area, including Client ID, MAC address, and ESN of each client.

    Click Next.

  6. Confirm the result. Click the IP address and port, Server type configure, Download file configure, and Client configuration tabs to check the configuration result, as shown in Figure 2-45.

    Figure 2-45  Confirm result

  7. Click Finish.

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Updated: 2019-04-18

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