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S2700, S3700, S5700, S6700, S7700, and S9700 Series Switches Interoperation and Replacement Guide

This document provides typical configuration examples for interoperation between Huawei switches and mainstream IP phones, firewalls, routers, Microsoft NLB servers, multi-NIC servers, Cisco switches, and SolarWinds.
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Uploading Configuration Changes to Devices

Uploading Configuration Changes to Devices

Method of Uploading Configuration Changes

  • Edit the configuration file of a device on SolarWinds and then upload the edited configuration file to the device.
  • Execute a script to upload configuration changes to the device.

Procedure

  • Edit the configuration file of a device on SolarWinds and then upload the edited configuration file to the device. The following uses creation of VLAN 100 as an example.
    1. Downloading Device Configuration Files.
    2. Before uploading the configuration file, check the VLAN configuration on S12704-1.

      [S12704-1] display vlan summary
      Static VLAN:
      Total 6 static VLAN. 
        1 12 to 16  
                  
      Dynamic VLAN: 
      Total 0 dynamic VLAN.
                  
      Reserved VLAN:
      Total 0 reserved VLAN.

    3. Upload the configuration file to the device. Select the configuration file downloaded in step 1 and edit it.

    4. After the configuration file is uploaded successfully, check the VLAN configuration on S12704-1 again. It is found that VLAN 100 has been created on S12704-1.

      [S12704-1] display vlan summary
      Static VLAN:
      Total 7 static VLAN. 
        1 12 to 16 100 
                  
      Dynamic VLAN: 
      Total 0 dynamic VLAN.
                  
      Reserved VLAN:
      Total 0 reserved VLAN.

  • Execute a script to upload configuration changes to a device. The following uses creation of VLAN 100 as an example.
    1. Click MY DASHBORADS > CONFIGS > Configuration Management.
    2. Select a device and click EXECUTE SCRIPT.
    3. Before executing the script, check the VLAN configuration on S12704-1.

      [S12704-1] display vlan summary
      Static VLAN:
      Total 6 static VLAN. 
        1 12 to 16  
                  
      Dynamic VLAN: 
      Total 0 dynamic VLAN.
                  
      Reserved VLAN:
      Total 0 reserved VLAN.

    4. Edit the script content, that is, commands you want to execute on the device, and then click EXECUTE.

    5. In the EXECUTE SCRIPT dialog box that is displayed, click YES.
    6. After the script is executed, check the VLAN configuration on S12704-1 again. It is found that VLAN 100 has been created on S12704-1.

      [S12704-1] display vlan summary
      Static VLAN:
      Total 7 static VLAN. 
        1 12 to 16 100 
                  
      Dynamic VLAN: 
      Total 0 dynamic VLAN.
                  
      Reserved VLAN:
      Total 0 reserved VLAN.

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Updated: 2019-05-15

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