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Configuration Guide - Basic Configuration

S7700 and S9700 V200R010C00

This document describes methods to use command line interface and to log in to the device, file operations, and system startup configurations.
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Example for Implementing MAC/ESN-based Zero Touch Provisioning

Example for Implementing MAC/ESN-based Zero Touch Provisioning

Prerequisites

  • A root device has been added to eSight for management and can communicate normally with eSight through SNMP and Telnet.
  • A DHCP server has been configured and uses the root device as a gateway.
  • Input or output is not allowed on console interfaces during zero touch provisioning.
  • The device software package, license file, and patch file have been prepared and uploaded to eSight. If not, choose Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management to upload the files.

Networking Requirements

On the wired campus network of company M, there are lots of devices at the aggregation and access layers. The configuration is complex. Jack, the network administrator of the company, requires that eSight implement unified MAC/ESN-based Zero Touch Provisioning for aggregation and access devices to reduce management cost.

In the following figure, the red circle specifies the devices to be deployed.

Figure 2-17  Implementing MAC/ESN-based zero touch provisioning

Configuration Roadmap

The configuration roadmap is as follows:
  1. Select a root device and configure VLAN 1 as a pass VLAN on the root device.
  2. Configure the root device as a DHCP server.
  3. Plan provisioning files for devices.
  4. Power on the devices and manually record MAC addresses/ESNs of the devices.
  5. Match the MAC addresses/ESNs with provisioning files.
  6. Trigger provisioning. After the devices upload the provisioning files, the provisioning is complete.

Data Plan

Table 2-12  Root device

Device Type

Device IP Address

Downstream Port 1

Downstream Port 2

S5720–56C-PWR-HI-AC

10.137.58.61

GE0/0/1

GE0/0/2

Table 2-13  Devices at the aggregation layer

Device Type

IP Address

Upstream Port

Downstream Port 1

Downstream Port 2

S5720–32C-HI-24S-AC

10.137.58.1

GE0/0/1

GE0/0/2

GE0/0/3

S5720–32C-HI-24S-AC

10.137.58.2

GE0/0/1

GE0/0/2

GE0/0/3

Table 2-14  Devices at the access layer

Device Type

IP Address

Port

S2750–28TP-EI-AC

10.137.58.3

GE0/0/1

S2750–28TP-EI-AC

10.137.58.4

GE0/0/1

S2750–28TP-EI-AC

10.137.58.5

GE0/0/1

S2750–28TP-EI-AC

10.137.58.62

GE0/0/1

Table 2-15  Device MAC/ESN

Location

IP Address

ESN

Device Type

Device Model

Configuration File

Other Files

Aggregation 1

00E0-FC12-AA4B

S5700

S5700-28C-HI

N1.zip

S5700.cc

Aggregation 2

00E0-FC12-AA5B

S5700

S5700-28C-HI

N2.zip

S5700.cc

Access 1

AAC1223431

S2700

S2750-28TP-EI-AC

N3.zip

S2700.cc

Access 2

AAC1223432

S2700

S2750-28TP-EI-AC

N4.zip

S2700.cc

Access 3

BAC1223433

S2700

S2750-28TP-EI-AC

N5.zip

S2700.cc

Access 4

BAC1223436

S2700

S2750-28TP-EI-AC

N6.zip

S2700.cc

Procedure

  1. Specify VLAN 1 as a pass VLAN on the root device (the configuration is not provided here).
  2. Configure the root device as a DHCP server. For details, see Configuring a DHCP Server.
  3. Prepare configuration files for devices to be deployed.
    1. Choose Configuration > Zero Touch Provisioning > Making Config File.

    2. Click Create, enter the following parameters, and click Next. Click OK. The configuration file is created for the aggregation devices.

    3. Repeat the preceding step to create a configuration file for the access devices.
  4. Connect cables of devices to be deployed and power on them. Manually record MAC addresses/ESNs, locations, and models of the devices into an excel file.

  5. Match the configuration file, software package, patch file, and license file with the devices to be deployed.
    1. Choose Configuration > Zero Touch Provisioning > Device ID-based Provisioning.

    2. Click Create and then choose Create Device > Batch Import.

    3. In the Batch Import dialog box that is displayed, upload the excel file created in step 2 and click OK. The provisioning task is created.
    4. Select the provisioning task, click Match Provisioning File, and select the correct configuration file, software package, patch file, and license file.
    5. Click OK. The provisioning file matching task is complete.
  6. Trigger provisioning and restart the switches after they download corresponding files.
    1. Select the created manual provisioning task and click Start.
    2. Click Active. The devices are restarted and download the latest provisioning files. After that, the entire provisioning task delivery is complete.

Result

After the provisioning is complete, choose Monitor > Topology > Topology Management. All deployed devices can be displayed, and alarm messages of the devices can be reported to eSight.

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