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Configuration Guide - Basic Configuration

S9300, S9300E, and S9300X 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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Modifying Parameters on the Ethernet Port

Modifying Parameters on the Ethernet Port

Context

The BootROM allows you to connect a device to another device or a PC using FTP or TFTP to implement fast transfer of the system software, configuration file, and patch file. To ensure consistent parameters on both ends of an FTP or TFTP connection, set parameters on the Ethernet port (management interface) before setting up a connection.

NOTE:

The TFTP mode supports the transfer of files with a maximum size of 32 MB.

Pre-configuration Tasks

In the BootROM menu, a device can function only as an FTP or TFTP client. Before transferring files using this menu, deploy an FTP or TFTP server as the file server and connect the server to the management interface on the device to ensure connectivity.

Procedure

  1. In the Ethernet submenu, select 5 to modify parameters on the Ethernet port.

                ETHERNET  SUBMENU
    
        1. Download file to SDRAM through ethernet interface and boot
        2. Download file to Flash through ethernet interface
        3. Download file to CFCard through ethernet interface
        4. Upload Configuration file to Ftp through ethernet interface
        5. Modify ethernet interface parameter
        6. Return to main menu
    
    Be sure to modify parameter before downloading!
    Enter your choice(1-6):5    
    
    Note: Two protocols for download, tftp & ftp.
          The file max-length for tftp is 32M.
          You can modify the flags following the menu.
          tftp--0x80, ftp--0x0.
    
    '.' = clear field;  '-' = go to previous field;  'Ctrl+D' = quit
    
    boot device          : eth1 
    processor number     : 0 
    host name            : host 
    file name            : vrpcfg.zip 
    inet on ethernet (e) : 192.168.1.235:ffffff00
    inet on backplane (b): 192.168.1.1:ffffff00 
    host inet (h)        : 192.168.1.3 
    user (u)             : huawei 
    ftp password (pw) (blank = use rsh):         
    flags (f)            : 0x0 
    target name (tn)     : octeon 
    startup script (s)   :  
    other (o)            :  
    NOTE:

    When you modify parameters on the Ethernet port, the preceding information is displayed line by line.

    Table 10-4  Modifying parameters on the Ethernet port

    Operation

    Description

    Entering characters

    NOTE:

    The characters is case-insensitive. Spaces and the following characters cannot be used in the characters: ~ * / \ : ' "

    Indicates that the existing values need to be changed. Press Enter to confirm the operation.

    Entering a dot (.)

    Deletes existing information in the current view.

    Entering a hyphen (-)

    Returns to the previous option.

    Pressing Ctrl+D

    Exists from the view for modifying parameters on the Ethernet port and returns to the Ethernet submenu.

    Pressing Enter

    Skips to the next option without any change.

  2. Modifying parameters on the Ethernet port based on the IP address, user name, and password of the FTP or TFTP server. The parameters include:

    1. boot device: name of the management interface. A device with dual MCUs provides two management interfaces eth0 and eth1. This parameter is automatically identified by the device and does not need to be set manually.
    2. processor number: number of the processor. This parameter is automatically identified by the device and does not need to be set manually.
    3. host name: name of the host. This parameter identifies the FTP server and does not need to be set manually.
    4. file name: name of the file to be uploaded.
    5. inet on ethernet (e): IP address of the management interface on the device.

      By default, the IP address of the management interface is 192.168.0.101:ffffff00.

      NOTE:

      A subnet mask is an 8-digit hexadecimal number and does not support the format of dotted decimal notation or mask length. The subnet mask is automatically identified by the device and does not need to be set manually.

    6. inet on backplane (b): IP address of the backplane on the device. The default value is used and does not need to be set manually.
    7. host inet (h): preset IP address of the FTP or TFTP server.
    8. user (u): user name for logging in to the FTP server. If TFTP is used, skip this setting.
    9. ftp password (pw) (blank = use rsh): password for logging in to the FTP server, in cipher text. If TFTP is used, skip this setting.
    10. flags (f): protocol type. 0x80 indicates TFTP, and 0x0 indicates FTP. By default, FTP is used.
    11. target name (tn): name of the target. In most cases, this parameter value is the name of the CPU manufacturer and does not need to be set manually.
    12. startup script (s): script for the device startup. This parameter is automatically identified by the device and does not need to be set manually.
    13. other (o): other displayed information. This parameter is automatically identified by the device and does not need to be set manually.

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