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Configuration Guide - Basic Configuration

S1720, S2700, S5700, and S6720 V200R011C10

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 Configuring USB-based Deployment (Using an Index File usbload_config.txt)

Example for Configuring USB-based Deployment (Using an Index File usbload_config.txt)

Networking Requirements

To reduce labor costs and save time in device deployment, two new devices need to be automatically upgraded and configured. The requirements for the upgrade are as follows:
  • The devices need to be upgraded at 02:09 a.m. on June 28, 2013.
  • The first device S5700-X-LI needs to be upgraded from V200R011C10 to a later version and does not need to load a configuration file, patch file, or any other files. The device MAC address is 0018-0303-1234, and the new system software package is S5700LI-new.CC.
  • The second device S5700-X-LI needs to be upgraded from V200R011C10 to a later version. Its ESN is 020TEA10A9000016 and the new system software package is S5700LI-new.CC. This device needs to load the configuration file vrpcfg.cfg and path file patch.pat.

Configuration Roadmap

The configuration roadmap is as follows:

  1. Enable USB-based deployment. (If the device has no configuration file, USB-based deployment does not need to be enabled.)
  2. Make an index file usbload_config.txt for USB-based deployment. Ensure that all fields in the index file are supported by the current system version of the devices.
  3. Save the index file and upgrade files to the root directory of the USB flash drive.
  4. Connect the USB flash drive to a USB interface of each device to complete automatic software upgrade.

Procedure

  1. Enable USB-based deployment.

    <HUAWEI> system-view
    [HUAWEI] undo set device usb-deployment disable
    

  2. Make an index file.

    # Create an index file and name it usbload_config.txt. Add the following content in the index file.

    <time-sn=201306280209;/>
    <mac=0018-0303-1234; vrpfile=S5700LI-new.CC;/>
    <esn=020TEA10A9000016; vrpfile=S5700LI-new.CC; cfgfile=vrpcfg.cfg; patchfile=patch.pat;/>
    

  3. Save the usbload_config.txt file and upgrade files to the root directory of the USB flash drive.
  4. Connect the USB flash drive to the first S5700-X-LI to start the deployment process. Observe the SYS indicator on the switch to monitor the deployment state.

    After the switch restarts, the system checks the deployment state. If the SYS indicator blinks yellow slowly (once every 2s), the USB-based deployment has succeeded. If the SYS indicator blinks red, the USB-based deployment has failed. View the usbload_error.txt file in the root directory of the USB flash drive to analyze why the deployment fails.

    If the USB-based deployment succeeds, remove the USB flash drive and connect it to the other device.

  5. Connect the USB flash drive to the second S5700-X-LI to start the deployment process. Observe the SYS indicator on the switch to monitor the deployment state.

    After the switch restarts, the system checks the deployment state. If the SYS indicator blinks yellow slowly (once every 2s), the USB-based deployment has succeeded. If the SYS indicator blinks red, the USB-based deployment has failed. View the usbload_error.txt file in the root directory of the USB flash drive to analyze why the deployment fails.

    If the USB-based deployment succeeds, remove the USB flash drive.

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