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eSight V300R009C00 Single-Node System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux) 09

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How to Synchronize the eSight Server IP Address to eSight(Linux)

How to Synchronize the eSight Server IP Address to eSight(Linux)

Question

This topic describes how to synchronize the eSight server IP address to eSight after the eSight server IP address is changed.

Answer

Choose appropriate procedures based on the version.

Table 12-1 Procedures based on the version

Version

Scenario

Procedure

V300R008C00 or later versions

In the southbound and northbound non-isolation scenario, modify the system IP address of eSight.

  1. Log in to the operating system as the ossuser user.
  2. Stop network management services on the eSight server.
  3. Use the IP address change tool to synchronize the eSight IP address.
    NOTE:

    After the IP address of eSight changes, some types of devices need to be reconfigured, such as IPPhones and IADs. For details about configuration data, see initial access planning for the devices.

    > cd eSightinstallation directory/mttools/tools

    > ./ipchange.sh

    NOTE:

    If the tool window is not displayed in the Linux operating system, rectify the fault according to What Can I Do If the Tool Window Is Not Displayed in the Linux Operating System

  4. In the IP Address Tool dialog box that is displayed, select an eSight server IP address and click Modify.
  5. Start the eSight service.
  6. Optional:

    For a server on which the Unified Communications, Telepresence Videoconference, Intelligent Video Surveillance, and Database Application components are installed, you must delete devices related to these components from the eSight server before changing its IP address, and then add the devices again.

  7. Optional: In the southbound and northbound isolation scenario, if other components such as the NTA and RTLS Server are deployed in distributed mode, perform the following steps to modify the IP address of the secondary server.
    NOTE:

    If other components such as the NTA and WLAN Location are High Availability System, run the command as the root user.

    1. Log in to the secondary server as the ossuser.

      > cd opt/eSight installation directory/mttools/tools

      > ./connect2nta.sh

      NOTE:

      For V300R009C00 and later versions, you need to run

      > ./connect_tool.sh

    2. In the dialog box that is displayed, set Master Address, Master SSH Port, Master SSH User and Master SSH Password, and click OK.

      The value of Master Address indicates the system IP address of the eSight server.

      Master SSH User: The default value is ossuser.

      Master SSH Password: The default value is Changeme_123.

      NOTE:

      For V300R009C00 and later versions, you need to set only the Master address.

    3. During the configuration, do not close the window. Perform operations as prompted.
  8. Optional: For the Linux operating system, if the server IP address listened on by the Oracle database listener is the same as the eSight system IP address, synchronize the IP address of the server monitored by the Oracle database and start the listener. For details, see How Do I Check and Modify the Server IP Address Monitored by the Oracle Database?.

In the southbound and northbound isolation scenario, modify the southbound IP address of eSight.

  1. Stop network management services on the eSight server. Log in to the operating system as the ossuser user, run the following command:

    > cd eSightinstallation directory/bin

    > ./shutdown.sh

  2. Run the following command to start Southbound IP Config Tool:

    > cd /opt/eSight/mttools/tools

    > ./southip.sh
    NOTE:

    If the tool window is not displayed in the Linux operating system, rectify the fault according to What Can I Do If the Tool Window Is Not Displayed in the Linux Operating System?

  3. Configure new Southbound IP and select After modification or rollback, modify the eSight IP address on the device accordingly on the Southbound IP Config Tool page and click OK.
  4. Restart the eSight.
  5. Optional: If other components such as the NTA and RTLS Server are deployed in distributed mode, perform the following steps to modify the IP address of the secondary server.
    NOTE:

    If other components such as the NTA and WLAN Location are High Availability System, run the command as the root user.

    1. Log in to the secondary server as the ossuser.

      > cd opt/eSight installation directory/mttools/tools

      > ./connect2nta.sh

      NOTE:

      For V300R009C00 and later versions, you need to run

      > ./connect_tool.sh

    2. In the dialog box that is displayed, set Master Address, Master SSH Port, Master SSH User and Master SSH Password, and click OK.

      The value of Master Address indicates the southbound IP address of the eSight server.

      Master SSH User: The default value is ossuser.

      Master SSH Password: The default value is Changeme_123.

      NOTE:

      For V300R009C00 and later versions, you need to set only the Master address.

    During the configuration, do not close the window. Perform operations as prompted.

  6. Optional: For the Linux operating system, if the server IP address listened on by the Oracle database listener is the same as the eSight system IP address, synchronize the IP address of the server monitored by the Oracle database and start the listener. For details, see How Do I Check and Modify the Server IP Address Monitored by the Oracle Database?.

V300R003C20-V300R007C00

-

  1. Log in to the operating system as the ossuser user.
  2. Stop network management services on the eSight server.
  3. Use the IP address change tool to synchronize the eSight IP address.
    NOTE:

    After the IP address of eSight changes, some types of devices need to be reconfigured, such as IPPhones and IADs. For details about configuration data, see initial access planning for the devices.

    > cd eSightinstallation directory/mttools/tools

    > ./ipchange.sh

    NOTE:

    If the tool window is not displayed in the Linux operating system, rectify the fault according to What Can I Do If the Tool Window Is Not Displayed in the Linux Operating System?

  4. In the IP Address Tool dialog box that is displayed, select an eSight server IP address and click Modify.
  5. Start the eSight service.
  6. Optional: For a server on which the Unified Communications, Telepresence Videoconference, Intelligent Video Surveillance, and Database Application components are installed, you must delete devices related to these components from the eSight server before changing its IP address, and then add the devices again.
  7. Optional: If other components such as the NTA and RTLS Server are deployed in distributed mode, perform the following steps to modify the IP address of the secondary server.
    NOTE:

    If other components such as the NTA and WLAN Location are High Availability System, run the command as the root user.

    1. Log in to the secondary server as the ossuser.

      > cd opt/eSight installation directory/mttools/tools

      > ./connect2nta.sh

    2. In the dialog box that is displayed, set Master Address, Master SSH Port, Master SSH User and Master SSH Password, and click OK.

      Master SSH User: The default value is ossuser.

      Master SSH Password: The default value is Changeme_123.

      During the configuration, do not close the window. Perform operations as prompted.

  8. Optional: For the Linux operating system, if the server IP address listened on by the Oracle database listener is the same as the eSight system IP address, synchronize the IP address of the server monitored by the Oracle database and start the listener. For details, see How Do I Check and Modify the Server IP Address Monitored by the Oracle Database?.

V300R002C00-V300R003C10

-

  1. Log in to the operating system as the ossuser user.
  2. Stop network management services on the eSight server.
  3. Use the IP address change tool to synchronize the eSight IP address.
    NOTE:

    After the IP address of eSight changes, some types of devices need to be reconfigured, such as IPPhones and IADs. For details about configuration data, see initial access planning for the devices.

    > cd eSightinstallation directory/mttools/tools

    > ./ipchange.sh

    NOTE:

    If the tool window is not displayed in the Linux operating system, rectify the fault according to What Can I Do If the Tool Window Is Not Displayed in the Linux Operating System?

  4. In the IP Address Tool dialog box that is displayed, select an eSight server IP address and click Modify.
  5. Start the eSight service.
  6. Optional:

    For a server on which the Unified Communications, Telepresence Videoconference, Intelligent Video Surveillance, and Database Application components are installed, you must delete devices related to these components from the eSight server before changing its IP address, and then add the devices again.

  7. Optional: If other components such as the NTA are deployed in distributed mode, perform the following steps to modify the IP address of the secondary server.
    1. Log in to the secondary server as the ossuser.

      > cd opt/eSight installation directory/mttools/tools

      > ./connect2nta.sh

    2. In the dialog box that is displayed, enter the changed IP address and SSH password, and click OK.
    3. The system starts to configure the network traffic analyzer corresponding to the network traffic collector. During the configuration, do not close the window. Perform operations as prompted.

      When the configuration is complete, the network traffic collector restarts to make the configuration take effect.

  8. Optional: For the Linux operating system, if the server IP address listened on by the Oracle database listener is the same as the eSight system IP address, synchronize the IP address of the server monitored by the Oracle database and start the listener. For details, see How Do I Check and Modify the Server IP Address Monitored by the Oracle Database?.

V300R001C10 version

-

  1. Log in to the operating system as the ossuser user.
  2. Stop network management services on the eSight server.
  3. Use the IP address change tool to synchronize the eSight IP address.
    NOTE:

    After the IP address of eSight changes, some types of devices need to be reconfigured, such as IPPhones and IADs. For details about configuration data, see initial access planning for the devices.

    > cd eSightinstallation directory/AppBase/tools

    > ./ipchange.sh

    NOTE:

    If the tool window is not displayed in the Linux operating system, rectify the fault according to What Can I Do If the Tool Window Is Not Displayed in the Linux Operating System?

  4. In the IP Address Tool dialog box that is displayed, select an eSight server IP address and click Modify.
  5. In the dialog box that is displayed, click Yes.
  6. Start the eSight service.
  7. Optional: If other components such as the NTA are deployed in distributed mode, perform the following steps to modify the IP address of the secondary server.
    1. Log in to the secondary server as the ossuser.

      > cd opt/eSight installation directory/mttools/tools

      > ./connect2nta.sh

    2. In the dialog box that is displayed, enter the changed IP address and SSH password, and click OK.

      The system starts to configure the network traffic analyzer corresponding to the network traffic collector. During the configuration, do not close the window. Perform operations as prompted.

      When the configuration is complete, the network traffic collector restarts to make the configuration take effect.

  8. Optional: For the Linux operating system, if the server IP address listened on by the Oracle database listener is the same as the eSight system IP address, synchronize the IP address of the server monitored by the Oracle database and start the listener. For details, see How Do I Check and Modify the Server IP Address Monitored by the Oracle Database?.

V300R001C00 version

-

  1. Log in to the operating system as the ossuser user.
  2. Stop network management services on the eSight server.
  3. Use the IP address change tool to synchronize the eSight IP address.
    NOTE:

    After the IP address of eSight changes, some types of devices need to be reconfigured, such as IPPhones and IADs. For details about configuration data, see initial access planning for the devices.

    > cd eSightinstallation directory/AppBase/tools

    > ./ipchange.sh

    NOTE:

    If the tool window is not displayed in the Linux operating system, rectify the fault according to What Can I Do If the Tool Window Is Not Displayed in the Linux Operating System?

  4. In the IP Address Tool dialog box that is displayed, select an eSight server IP address and click Modify.
  5. In the dialog box that is displayed, click Yes.
  6. Start the eSight service.
  7. Optional: If other components such as the NTA are deployed in distributed mode, perform the following steps to modify the IP address of the secondary server.
    1. Log in to the secondary server as the ossuser.

      > cd opt/eSight installation directory/mttools/tools

      > ./connect2nta.sh

    2. In the dialog box that is displayed, enter the changed IP address and SSH password, and click OK.

      The system starts to configure the network traffic analyzer corresponding to the network traffic collector. During the configuration, do not close the window. Perform operations as prompted.

      When the configuration is complete, the network traffic collector restarts to make the configuration take effect.

  8. Optional: For the Linux operating system, if the server IP address listened on by the Oracle database listener is the same as the eSight system IP address, synchronize the IP address of the server monitored by the Oracle database and start the listener. For details, see How Do I Check and Modify the Server IP Address Monitored by the Oracle Database?.
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