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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 09

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MML Command

MML Command

eSight can use man-machine language (MML) commands to manage base stations and core networks.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight client.
  • You have been assigned the operation rights.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > eLTE > Configuration Deployment > MML Command from the main menu.
  2. Select device to be operated.

    1. Select Device type and version.
    2. Click Select Device. On the displayed window, select device and click OK.

  3. Run an MML command to operate device. You can use one of the following four methods to run an MML command:

    • Enter an MML command in the Command text box.
      1. Enter an MML command in the Command text box. When typing an MML command, you can select the command from the drop-down list.
      2. Press Enter or click Assist. The parameters related to the command are displayed in the area for setting the parameters of the command.
      3. Set the related parameters.
      4. Press F9 or click Command Delivery to run the command. The MML command output is displayed on the screen.
    • Select an MML command from the Command History drop-down list box.
      1. Choose the command from Command History drop-down list box (click Last Command, Next Command after the Command History box. You can choose the last MML command or next command.)
      2. Set the related parameters.
      3. Press F9 or click Command Delivery to run the command. The MML command output is displayed on the screen.
    • Choose an MML command in the Command Tree.
      1. Choose and click an MML command in the Command Tree. You also can enter the keyword of a command in the search box to quickly locate the required MML command.
      2. Set the related parameters.
      3. Press F9 or click Command Delivery to run the command. The MML command output is displayed on screen.
    • To manually input an MML command, enter or copy it into the area for command display.
      1. Manually enter or copy an MML command with complete parameter settings into the pane.
      2. Press F9 or click Command Delivery to run the command. The MML command output is displayed on the screen.
        NOTE:
        • The parameters in red are mandatory, and those in black are optional.
        • When entered a command, click Help, the details of the command are displayed on the screen.

Follow-up Procedure

You can also perform operations listed in the following table on the MML Command page.

Task

Operation

Setting

You can perform this operation to modify system setting.

  1. Click Setting.
  2. Set Command timeout(s) in System setting.
  3. Set Reserved days for commands, Max. output reports and Parameter count in a line in MML settings.
  4. Click Confirm.

Operation Record

Click Operation Record. The operation log is displayed, including execution time, execution state, execution result and output information of a command.

Clear

Click Clear to delete command output information on the screen.

Script Mode

Click Script Mode, switches to the script mode. In script mode, the entered MML commands form an MML script but are not issued to specific NEs. You can use the MML script to create MML script tasks to issue MML commands to NEs in batches.

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Updated: 2019-05-17

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