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Disk Encryption User Guide

OceanStor V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 5110 V5, 5110F V5, 5300 V5, 5300F V5, 5500 V5, 5500F V5, 5600 V5, 5600F V5, 5800 V5, 5800F V5, 6800 V5, 6800F V5, 18500 V5, 18500F V5, 18800 V5, and 18800F V5. It introduces how to install and configure key management servers connected to the storage systems that use self-encrypting disks.
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Configuring Alarm Notification

Configuring Alarm Notification

The key management server collects events and logs when services are running. In addition, events and logs can be forwarded to the SNMP or Syslog server, facilitating fault analysis when a fault occurs.

Configuring the SNMP Server

After the SNMP server is configured, events and logs generated on the key management server will be forwarded to the SNMP server.

Prerequisites

An SNMP server has been configured and it communicates with the key management server properly.

Procedure
  1. Log in to the key management server's web interface as user admin.
  2. Enable the SNMP Agent service.

    1. Choose Device > Maintenance > Services.

    2. In the Services List area, select SNMP Agent and click Start.

      The Confirmation Required dialog box is displayed. Read contents in the dialog box and click Confirm.

      In the Services List area, Status of SNMP Agent is Started.

    NOTE:

    To enable the SNMP Agent to run at system startup, click Enable Startup.

  3. Open the SNMP Configuration dialog box.

    Choose Device > Device Configuration > SNMP.

    The SNMP Configuration dialog box is displayed.

  4. Configure the SNMP Agent.

    1. In the navigation tree on the left, select Agent.

      The SNMP Agent Settings page is displayed.

    2. Click Edit and configure the parameters listed in Table 4-10.
      Table 4-10 SNMP Agent parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Setting

      SNMP Agent IP

      IP address of the SNMP Agent

      Select All or specify an IP address.

      SNMP Agent Port

      Port of the SNMP Agent

      [Default value]

      161

      Enable SNMP Traps

      Indicates whether to send SNMP Trap information. To enable this function, select this parameter.

      [Default value]

      Disabled

    3. Click Save.

  5. Create an SNMP management station.

    1. In the navigation tree on the left, select Management Station.

      The Create SNMP Management Station page is displayed.

    2. Configure the parameters of the SNMP management station. Table 4-11 explains the parameters.
      Table 4-11 Parameters of the SNMP management station

      Parameter

      Description

      Setting

      Manager Type

      Version of the SNMP protocol

      [Example]

      SNMPv1

      [Recommended Value]

      SNMPv3

      Trap Type

      Event and log forwarding type

      [Range]

      The value can be Trap or Inform. The recommended value is Inform.

      [Example]

      Inform

      Hostname or IP

      IP address of SNMP management station

      [Example]

      192.168.20.3

      Port

      Port of SNMP management station

      [Default value]

      162

      Manager Community (v1/v2 only)

      Used to transmit SNMP data to SNMPv1/v2 management stations

      This parameter is valid only when Manager Type is SNMPv1 or SNMPv2.

      [Range]

      The value contains 1 to 64 characters.

      Username (v3 only)

      Used to transmit SNMP data to the SNMPv3 management station

      This parameter is valid only when Manager Type is SNMPv3.

      [Range]

      The value contains 1 to 64 characters.

      Security Level (v3 only)

      Event and log forwarding security level

      This parameter is valid only when Manager Type is SNMPv3.

      [Range]

      The value can be None, auth, priv, auth, no priv, and no auth, no priv.

      [Example]

      auth, priv

      Auth Protocol (v3 only)

      Authentication protocol for event and log forwarding

      This parameter is valid only when Manager Type is SNMPv3.

      [Range]

      The value can be MD5, SHA, and None.

      [Example]

      MD5

      Auth Password (v3 only)

      Password for event and log forwarding

      This parameter is valid only when Manager Type is SNMPv3.

      [Range]

      The value contains 8 to 256 characters.

      Priv Password (v3 only)

      Password for data encryption between the SNMP Agent and the SNMP management station

      This parameter is valid only when Manager Type is SNMPv3.

      [Range]

      The value contains 8 to 256 characters.

      Manager Engine ID (v3 only)

      ID of the engine used by the SNMP management station

      This parameter is valid only when Manager Type is SNMPv3.

      [Range]

      The value contains 1 to 128 characters.

    3. Click Create. The added SNMP management station is displayed in the SNMP Management Station List area.

Configuring Syslog Notification

After a Syslog server is configured, events and logs generated on the key management server will be forwarded to the Syslog server.

Prerequisites

A Syslog server has been deployed and it communicates with the key management server properly.

Procedure
  1. Log in to the key management server's web interface as user admin.
  2. Choose Device > Logs & Statistics > Log Configuration > Rotation&Syslog.

    The Log Configuration dialog box is displayed.

  3. In the Syslog Settings area, set Syslog notification parameters.

  4. Select a log type based on Log Name and click Edit to configure the parameters listed in Table 4-12.

    Table 4-12 Syslog parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Enable Syslog

    Indicates whether to use Syslog to send logs

    [Example]

    Enable

    Syslog Server #1 IP

    IP address of Syslog server 1 for receiving logs

    NOTE:

    Syslog server 1 is used as the primary server.

    [Example]

    192.168.20.3

    Syslog Server #1 Port

    Listening port used by Syslog server 1

    [Example]

    514

    Server #1 Proto

    Protocol used by Syslog server 1

    [Range]

    upd and tcp

    [Example]

    upd

    Syslog Server #2 IP

    IP address of Syslog server 2 for receiving logs

    NOTE:

    Syslog server 2 is used as the secondary server.

    [Example]

    192.168.20.4

    Syslog Server #2 Port

    Listening port used by Syslog server 2

    [Example]

    514

    Server #2 Proto

    Protocol used by Syslog server 2

    [Range]

    upd and tcp

    [Example]

    upd

    Syslog Facility

    Syslog log tool

    [Range]

    local0 to local7

    [Example]

    local0

  5. Click Save and confirm the configurations of the Syslog server.

    The Warning dialog box is displayed. Ignore it.

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