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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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Adding a Single Unified Communications Device

Adding a Single Unified Communications Device

Adding a Single IAD

After setting protocol parameters on IADs, you can manually connect the IADs to the eSight one by one.

Prerequisites

IAD protocol parameters have been set. For details, see Setting Protocol Parameters for IADs.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.

  2. Select Unified Communications and select IAD.

    There are different parameters in different SNMP versions:

    Exercise caution when using SNMPv2c because it may bring information security risks.

    • SNMPv2c
      Figure 13-43 Setting protocol parameters (SNMPv2c)

    • SNMPv3
      Figure 13-44 Setting protocol parameters (SNMPv3)

  3. Set IAD parameters according to Table 13-36.

    Table 13-36 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the subnet that the device belongs to.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    Location

    Actual location where a single device is deployed. When the device reports an alarm, you can find the location information in Additional Information on the eSight to facilitate your fault locating and troubleshooting.

    N/A

    Connection parameters

    IP address

    IP address of the device to be added.

    NOTE:

    If you enable NAT traversal, you should take the translated IP address as the IP address of devices.

    N/A

    Protocol

    Protocol that the eSight uses to access the IAD.

    Select Telnet or SSH based on your onsite requirements.

    NOTE:

    Be cautious to use Telnet because it may bring information security risks.

    SSH User Name

    User name for the eSightto log in to an IAD using SSH.

    NOTE:

    When the protocol used by IAD to connect to the eSight is set to SSH on the eSight, this parameter is available on this page and you must set this parameter.

    The value must be the same as the SSH user name on the IAD.

    Before delivery, this parameter is set to root on the IAD.

    SSH Password

    Password for the eSightto log in to an IAD using SSH.

    NOTE:

    When the protocol used by IAD to connect to the eSight is set to SSH on the eSight, this parameter is available on this page and you must set this parameter.

    The value must be the same as the SSH password on the IAD.

    Port

    Protocol that the eSight uses to access the IAD.

    • If Telnet is used, use the default value 23.
    • If SSH is used, use the default value 22.

    User name

    User name that the eSight uses to log in to the IAD.

    -

    Password

    Password that the eSight uses to log in to the IAD.

    -

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the device to be added.

    NOTE:

    If you enable NAT traversal, you should take the translated IP address as the IP address of devices.

    -

    Port

    Port that the IAD uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    The default value is 161.

    Listening port

    Port that the eSight uses to listen on SNMP devices.

    The default value is 10162.

    SNMP Version

    The passwords must be the same as the password set on the IAD. You can run the display nms command to view the SNMP version.

    This parameter is depend on the version of IAD. If the IAD support SNMPv3 protocol, please set this parameter as V3 on IADs.

    NOTE:

    Be cautious to use SNMPv2c because it may bring information security risks.

    SNMPv2c

    Read community

    Password that the eSight uses to get device configurations.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IAD.

    Write community

    Password that the eSight uses to set device configurations.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IAD.

    SNMPv3

    Security Name

    User security name.

    SNMPv3

    Authentication Mode

    Algorithm that the IAD uses to authenticate the eSight.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IAD.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    Authentication Password

    Password that the IAD uses to authenticate the eSight.

    The value must be the same as the password set on the IAD.

    Encryption Type

    Algorithm used for data encryption during the communication between the eSight and the IAD.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IAD.

    The default value is AES128.

    NOTE:

    Be cautious to use CBC_DES because it may bring information security risks.

    Encryption Password

    Password that the eSight uses to parse the encrypted data when communicating with the IAD.

    The value must be the same as the password set on the IAD.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

Operation Result

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Network Element Device Management > Unified Communications > Resource Management > Unified Communications Device. The IAD that you have added is displayed in the management object list on the right.

Adding a Single IP PBX

After setting protocol parameters on IP PBXs, you can manually connect the IP PBXs to the eSight one by one.

Prerequisites

IP PBX protocol parameters have been set. For details, see Setting Protocol Parameters for IP PBXs.

Background

NOTE:

If an IP PBX is in offline state after being connected to the eSight, check whether the connection parameters are set correctly. If the connection parameters are correct, delete the offline device and connect the device to the eSight again. Then check whether the device is online. If the device is still offline, contact the service provider.

  • If Telnet is disabled on an IP PBX, the eSight uses the SSH protocol to connect to the IP PBX.
  • If Telnet is enabled on an IP PBX, the eSight can use SSH or Telnet to connect to the IP PBX.

    Be cautious to use Telnet because it may bring information security risks.

  • Once the protocol used for the interconnection between the eSight and IP PBXs is changed, the IP PBXs that have been added on the eSight are unavailable. In this case, delete the IP PBXs from the eSight and add them again.
  • The U1911, U1960 and U1981 reports alarms using Telnet or SNMPv3. Telnet is used by default.
    • If multiple types of IP PBXs are available on the network, Telnet is preferred.
    • If you need to use SNMPv3, log in to eSight server as the root user and change the value of ippbx.alarm.type to SNMP in <eSight install path>/AppBase/etc/uc/config.properties.

      Restart the eSight after updating the configurations. The procedure is as follows: Run the ./shutdown.sh command in eSight/bin to stop the eSight, and run the ./startup.sh command to start the eSight.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.

  2. Select Unified Communications and select IP PBX.

    • eSight uses SSH is used

      In the <eSight installation directory>/AppBase/etc/uc/config.properties file, change the value of ippbx.protocol.type to Ssh. After the parameter value is changed, restart the eSight.

    • When Telnet must be used because SSH is not supported

      In the <eSight installation directory>/AppBase/etc/uc/config.properties file, change the value of ippbx.protocol.type to Telnet. After the parameter value is changed, restart the eSight.

    • When the SNMPv3 is used by U1911, U1960 and U1981 gateways to report alarms

      Change the value of ippbx.alarm.type to SNMP in <eSight install path>/AppBase/etc/uc/config.properties. Restart the eSight after updating the configurations. The procedure is as follows: Run the ./shutdown.sh command in eSight installation directory/bin to stop the eSight, and run the ./startup.sh command to start the eSight.

  3. Set IP PBX parameters according to Table 13-37.

    Table 13-37 Description of parameters for connecting an IP PBX to the eSight

    Parameter

    Description

    How to Set

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the subnet that the device belongs to.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    Location

    Actual location where a single device is deployed. When the device reports an alarm, you can find the location information in Additional Information on the eSight to facilitate your fault locating and troubleshooting.

    N/A

    Connection parameters

    IP address

    IP address of the device.

    NOTE:

    If you enable NAT traversal, you should take the translated IP address as the IP address of devices.

    N/A

    Port

    Port that the device uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    • If SSH is used, use the default value 22.
    • If Telnet is used, use the default value 23.
    NOTE:

    Be cautious to use Telnet because it may bring information security risks. You are suggested to use SSH.

    SSH User Name

    User name for the eSight to log in to an IP PBX using SSH.

    NOTE:

    When the protocol used by IP PBXs to connect to the eSight is set to SSH on the eSight, this parameter is available on this page and you must set this parameter.

    The value must be the same as the SSH user name on the IP PBX.

    SSH Password

    Password for the eSight to log in to an IP PBX using SSH.

    NOTE:

    When the protocol used by IP PBXs to connect to the eSight is set to SSH on the eSight, this parameter is available on this page and you must set this parameter.

    The value must be the same as the SSH password on the IP PBX.

    Authentication Times

    • Once: You do not need to enter the user name and password for entering the View mode of an IP PBX through SSH when you attempt to enter the View mode.
    • Twice: You need to enter the user name and password for entering the View mode of an IP PBX through SSH when you attempt to enter the View mode.

    SSH authentication times set based on the device model and authentication mode.

    Login Name

    User name that the eSight uses to log in to the view mode.

    NOTE:

    When the protocol used by IP PBXs to connect to the eSight is set to SSH on the eSight, and SSH Authentication Times is set to Once, this parameter is unavailable on this page.

    The value must be the same as the Telnet user name on the IP PBX.

    Login Password

    Password that the eSight uses to log in to the view mode.

    NOTE:

    When the protocol used by IP PBXs to connect to the eSight is set to SSH on the eSight, and SSH Authentication Times is set to Once, this parameter is unavailable on this page.

    The value must be the same as the Telnet password on the IP PBX.

    Enable Password

    Password that the eSight uses to log in to the configuration mode.

    The value must be the same as the password set on the IP PBX.

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the IP PBX.

    NOTE:

    If you enable NAT traversal, you should take the translated IP address as the IP address of devices.

    -

    Port

    Port that the IP PBX uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    The default value is 161.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IP PBX.

    Listening port

    Port that the eSight uses to listen to the IP PBX.

    The default value is 162.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IP PBX.

    Security Name

    User security name.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IP PBX.

    Context Name

    Name of the subset for the managed objects.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IP PBX.

    Authentication Mode

    Algorithm that the IP PBX uses to authenticate the eSight.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IP PBX.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    Authentication Password

    Password that the IP PBX uses to authenticate the eSight.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IP PBX.

    Encryption Type

    Algorithm used for data encryption during the communication between the eSight and the IP PBX.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IP PBX.

    The default value is AES128.

    Encryption Password

    Password that the eSight uses to parse the encrypted data when communicating with the IP PBX.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the IP PBX.

  4. Click Connectivity Test, make sure that the IP PBX connect normal.

    NOTE:

    In the IP PBX modification page, click Connectivity Test after modifying IP PBX parameters in order to make sure that the IP PBX connect normal.

  5. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

Operation Result

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, select Unified Communications. The IP PBX that you have added is displayed in the management object list on the right.

Adding a Single SBC (SX Series)

After setting protocol parameters on SBCs (SX Series), you can manually connect the SBCs (SX Series) to the eSight one by one.

Prerequisites

SBC (SX Series) protocol parameters have been set. For details, see Setting Protocol Parameters for SBCs (SX Series).

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.

  2. Select Unified Communications and select SBC (SX Series).
  3. Set SBC (SX Series) parameters according to Table 13-38.

    Table 13-38 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the subnet that the device belongs to.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    TR069 Protocol

    IP address

    IP address of the device to be added.

    -

    Port

    Port that the device uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    The default value is 7547.

    Physical SN

    Physical serial number (SN) of the device.

    The physical SN must be in the format similar to 000ea9100262. Do not enter physical serial number in other formats such as 00:0e:a9:10:02:62; otherwise, the device cannot be added to the eSight.

    User name

    Indicates the user name that the SBC (SX Series) uses to authenticate the eSight.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the SBC (SX Series).

    Password

    Indicates the password that the SBC (SX Series) uses to authenticate the eSight.

    The value must be the same as the value set on the SBC (SX Series).

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

Operation Result

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, select Unified Communications. The SBC (SX Series) that you have added is displayed in the management object list on the right.

Adding a Single U2900

After setting protocol parameters on U2900s, you can manually connect the U2900s to the eSight one by one.

Background

The U2900 devices use the OMU to access the eSight, you do not need to set protocol parameters for U2900 devices.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.

  2. Select Unified Communications and select eSpace U2900.
  3. Set U2900 parameters according to Table 13-39.

    Table 13-39 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the subnet that the device belongs to.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    MML Protocol

    SSL Protocol

    Indicates whether to use the encrypted man-machine language (MML) protocol in message communication between the eSight and U2900 devices.

    You are advised to enable SSL Protocol to avoid security risks.

    IP address

    IP address of the OMU board

    Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

    Port

    Port that U2900 devices provide for the eSight.

    • When the encrypted MML is not used, this parameter is set to 6000 by default.
    • When the encrypted MML is used, this parameter is set to 8000 by default.

    Alarm Port

    Alarm port that U2900 devices provide for the eSight.

    • When the encrypted MML is not used, this parameter is set to 6001 by default.
    • When the encrypted MML is used, this parameter is set to 8001 by default.

    Traffic Port

    Traffic port that U2900 devices provide for the eSight.

    • When the encrypted MML is not used, this parameter is set to 6008 by default.
    • When the encrypted MML is used, this parameter is set to 8008 by default.

    User name

    User name that the OMU client (LMT) uses to log in to OMU server.

    Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

    Password

    Password that the OMU client uses to log in to OMU server.

    Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

    NOTE:

    Click Connectivity Test to check whether the newly-added device can connect to the eSight.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

Operation Result

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Network Element Device Management > Unified Communications > Resource Management > Unified Communications Device. The U2900 that you have added is displayed in the management object list on the right.

Troubleshooting

When the U2900 devices are added to the eSight, the operation logs are stored in /opt/HUAWEI/cgp/workshop/omu/share/run_log/omu/mmlserver directory of the U2900 devices. Query the current_mmlserver_xx.log file in this directory. Here xx refers to a random log sequence number. You can view this log as administrator user to verify that the communication between the eSight and U2900 devices is normal.

Adding a Single UAP3300

You can add UAP3300s on the eSight one by one.

Prerequisite

The user name and password have been configured for UAP3300s.

NOTE:

You do not need to configure the eSight IP address on the UAP3300.

Background

NOTE:

If an UAP3300 is in offline state after being connected to the eSight, check whether the connection parameters are set correctly. If the connection parameters are correct, delete the offline device and connect the device to the eSight again. Then check whether the device is online. If the device is still offline, contact the service provider.

  • By default, Telnet is disabled on UAP3300s. The eSight can connect to UAP3300s using SSH.
  • If Telnet is disabled on a UAP3300, the eSight needs to connect to the UAP3300 using SSH.
  • If Telnet is enabled on a UAP3300, the eSight can connect to the UAP3300 using SSH or Telnet.

    Be cautious to use Telnet because it may bring information security risks.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.

  2. Select Unified Communications and select UAP 3300.

    • eSight uses SSH is used

      In the <eSight installation directory>/AppBase/etc/uc/config.properties file, change the value of ippbx.protocol.type to Ssh. After the parameter value is changed, restart the eSight.

    • When Telnet must be used because SSH is not supported

      In the <eSight installation directory>/AppBase/etc/uc/config.properties file, change the value of ippbx.protocol.type to Telnet. After the parameter value is changed, restart the eSight.

  3. Set UAP3300 parameters according to Table 13-40.

    Table 13-40 Description of parameters for connecting an UAP3300 to the eSight

    Parameter

    Description

    How to Set

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the subnet that the device belongs to.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    Connection parameters

    IP address

    IP address of the device.

    -

    Port

    Port that the device uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    • If SSH is used, use the default value 22.
    • If Telnet is used, use the default value 23.
    NOTE:

    Be cautious to use Telnet because it may bring information security risks. You are suggested to use SSH.

    SSH User Name

    User name for the eSight to log in to an UAP3300 using SSH.

    NOTE:

    When the protocol used by UAP3300s to connect to the eSight is set to SSH on the eSight, this parameter is available on this page and you must set this parameter.

    The value must be the same as the SSH user name on the UAP3300.

    SSH Password

    Password for the eSight to log in to an UAP3300 using SSH.

    NOTE:

    When the protocol used by UAP3300s to connect to the eSight is set to SSH on the eSight, this parameter is available on this page and you must set this parameter.

    The value must be the same as the SSH password on the UAP3300.

    SSH Authentication Times

    SSH authentication times set based on the device model and authentication mode.

    • Once: You do not need to enter the user name and password for entering the View mode of an UAP3300 through SSH when you attempt to enter the View mode.
    • Twice: You need to enter the user name and password for entering the View mode of an UAP3300 through SSH when you attempt to enter the View mode.

    -

    Login Name

    User name that the eSight uses to log in to the view mode.

    NOTE:

    When the protocol used by UAP3300s to connect to the eSight is set to SSH on the eSight, and SSH Authentication Times is set to Once, this parameter is unavailable on this page.

    The value must be the same as the Telnet user name on the UAP3300.

    Login Password

    Password that the eSight uses to log in to the view mode.

    NOTE:

    When the protocol used by UAP3300s to connect to the eSight is set to SSH on the eSight, and SSH Authentication Times is set to Once, this parameter is unavailable on this page.

    The value must be the same as the Telnet password on the UAP3300.

    Enable Password

    Password that the eSight uses to log in to the configuration mode.

    The value must be the same as the password set on the UAP3300.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

Operation Result

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, select Unified Communications. The UAP3300 that you have added is displayed in the management object list on the right.

Adding a Single UMS

After setting protocol parameters on UMSs, you can manually connect the UMSs to the eSight one by one.

Prerequisites

UMS protocol parameters have been set. For details, see Setting Protocol Parameters for UMSs.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.

  2. Select Unified Communications and select UMS.
  3. Set UMS parameters according to Table 13-41.

    Table 13-41 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the subnet that the device belongs to.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the device.

    N/A

    Port

    Port that the device uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the UMS.

    The default value is 6600.

    Security name

    User security name.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the UMS.

    Context name

    Name of the subset for the managed objects.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the UMS.

    Authentication protocol

    Algorithm that the device uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the UMS.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    NOTE:

    Be cautious to use HMAC_MD5 because it may bring information security risks.

    Authentication key

    Password that the device uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the UMS.

    Privacy protocol

    Algorithm used for data encryption during the communication between the eSight and the device.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the UMS.

    The default value is AES128.

    NOTE:

    Be cautious to use CBC_DES because it may bring information security risks.

    Privacy key

    Password that the eSight uses to parse the encrypted data when communicating with the device.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the UMS.

    If the value of parameter Privacy protocol is set as None, this parameter is no need to set.

    Time-out period (s):

    Timeout period, within which the device must respond to the message sent by the eSight>. If the device does not respond within the timeout period, the eSight> considers that the device does not exist.

    The default value is 30.

    NOTE:
    • If you need to configure SNMP protocol parameters for a device, click Save Protocol Template after setting the SNMP protocol parameters. The next time you configure SNMP protocol parameters, click Select Protocol Template and apply a saved template.
    • Click Connectivity Test to check whether the newly-added device can connect to the eSight.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

Operation Result

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Network Element Device Management > Unified Communications > Resource Management > Unified Communications Device. The UMS that you have added is displayed in the management object list on the right.

Adding a Single USM

After setting protocol parameters on USM (V200R001C01), you can manually connect the USMs (V200R001C01) to the eSight one by one.

Background

The USM devices use the OMU to access the eSight, you do not need to set protocol parameters for USM devices.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.

  2. Select Unified Communications and select eSpace USM.
  3. Set USM parameters according to Table 13-42.

    Table 13-42 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the subnet that the device belongs to.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    MML Protocol

    SSL Protocol

    Indicates whether to use the encrypted man-machine language (MML) protocol in message communication between the eSight and USM devices.

    You are advised to enable SSL Protocol to avoid security risks.

    IP address

    IP address of the OMU board

    Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

    Port

    Port that USM devices provide for the eSight.

    • When the encrypted MML is not used, this parameter is set to 6000 by default.
    • When the encrypted MML is used, this parameter is set to 8000 by default.

    Alarm Port

    Alarm port that USM devices provide for the eSight.

    • When the encrypted MML is not used, this parameter is set to 6001 by default.
    • When the encrypted MML is used, this parameter is set to 8001 by default.

    Traffic Port

    Traffic port that USM devices provide for the eSight.

    • When the encrypted MML is not used, this parameter is set to 6008 by default.
    • When the encrypted MML is used, this parameter is set to 8008 by default.

    User name

    User name that the OMU client (LMT) uses to log in to OMU server.

    Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

    The default value is admin. Contact system administrators when you need to change the value of this parameter.

    Password

    Password that the OMU client uses to log in to OMU server.

    Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

    The default value is eSpaceU2900. Contact system administrators when you need to change the value of this parameter.

    NOTE:

    Click Connectivity Test to check whether the newly-added device can connect to the eSight.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

Operation Result

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Network Element Device Management > Unified Communications > Resource Management > Unified Communications Device. The USM that you have added is displayed in the management object list on the right.

Adding a Single VTC

This topic describes how to add the VTC to the eSight using single creation after configuring the eSight IP address on the VTC.

Prerequisite

VTC has been configured normally. For details, see Product Documentation of eSpace VTM solution.

NOTE:

If VTC has been configured normally, you can add the VTC to the eSight.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.

  2. Select Unified Communications and select VTC.
  3. Set VTC parameters according to Table 13-43.

    Table 13-43 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the subnet that the device belongs to.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the UOA server that the device connects to.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of BindOMCLocalIP in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_common.ini file. To view the file, log in to the SNE server as the uoa user.

    Port

    Port that the UOA uses to receive requests from the eSight>.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of OMCSnmpListenPort in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_common.ini file. To view the file, log in to the SNE server as the uoa user.

    The default value is 6600.

    Security name

    User security name.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of SecurityUser in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file. To view the file, log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.

    Context name

    Name of the subset for the managed objects.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of ContextName in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file. To view the file, log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.

    Authentication protocol

    Algorithm that the UOA uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of AuthEncrypt in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file on the UOA server. To view the file, log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    Authentication key

    Password that the UOA uses to authenticate the eSight>.

    The value is written to the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file in the format of encrypted text during installation. To change the value, perform the following steps:

    1. Log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.
    2. Run the following commands:

      cd ${UOA_RUN_ROOT}/tools

      uoa_encrypt_tool -e the new password

    3. Write the encrypted password to AuthPassword in the uoa_snmpagent.ini file. Save the file and exit.

    Privacy protocol

    Algorithm used for data encryption during the communication between the eSight> and the UOA.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of PrivacyEncrypt in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file on the UOA server. To view the file, log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.

    The default value is AES128.

    Privacy key

    Password that the eSight> uses to parse the encrypted data when communicating with the UOA.

    The value is written to the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file in the format of encrypted text during installation. This password is changed in the same way as the password specified in Authentication key. After the password is changed, write the encrypted password to PrivPassword in the uoa_snmpagent.ini file.

    If the value of parameter Privacy protocol is set as None, this parameter is no need to set.

    Time-out period (s):

    Timeout period, within which the device must respond to the message sent by the eSight>. If the device does not respond within the timeout period, the eSight> considers that the device does not exist.

    The default value is 30.

    NOTE:
    • After change the configuration file of the UOA, restart the UOA to make the modification take effect.
    • If you need to configure SNMP protocol parameters for a device, click Save Protocol Template after setting the SNMP protocol parameters. The next time you configure SNMP protocol parameters, click Select Protocol Template and apply a saved template.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

Operation Result

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, select Unified Communications. The VTC that you have added is displayed in the management object list on the right.

Adding a Single VCLOG

After setting protocol parameters on VCLOG, you can manually connect the VCLOG to the eSight one by one.

Prerequisites

VCLOG protocol parameters have been set. For details, see Setting Protocol Parameters for VCLOG.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.
  2. Select Unified Communications and select VCLOG.
  3. Set VCLOG parameters according to Table 13-44.

    Table 13-44 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the subnet that the device belongs to.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the device.

    N/A

    Port

    Port that the device uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the VCLOG.

    The default value is 161.

    Security name

    User security name.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the VCLOG.

    Context name

    Name of the subset for the managed objects.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the VCLOG.

    Authentication protocol

    Algorithm that the device uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the VCLOG.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    NOTICE:

    Be cautious to use HMAC_MD5 because it may bring information security risks.

    Authentication key

    Password that the device uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the VCLOG.

    Privacy protocol

    Algorithm used for data encryption during the communication between the eSight and the device.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the VCLOG.

    The default value is AES128.

    NOTICE:

    Be cautious to use CBC_DES because it may bring information security risks.

    Privacy key

    Password that the eSight uses to parse the encrypted data when communicating with the device.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the VCLOG.

    Time-out period (s):

    Timeout period, within which the device must respond to the message sent by the >. If the device does not respond within the timeout period, the > considers that the device does not exist.

    The default value is 30.

    NOTE:
    • If you need to configure SNMP protocol parameters for a device, click Save Protocol Template after setting the SNMP protocol parameters. The next time you configure SNMP protocol parameters, click Select Protocol Template and apply a saved template.
    • Click Connectivity Test to check whether the newly-added device can connect to the eSight.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

Operation Result

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Network Element Device Management > Unified Communications > Resource Management > Unified Communications Device. The VCLOG that you have added is displayed in the management object list on the right.

Adding a Single TMS

You can manually connect the TMS to the eSight one by one. In this way, the upper-layer eSight can manage TMS alarms in a unified manner.

Prerequisites

  • Northbound information about the upper-layer eSight has been configured on the TMS.
  • The network between the upper-layer eSight and TMS is normal.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.
  2. Select Unified Communications and select TMS.
  3. Set TMS parameters according to Table 13-45.

    Table 13-45 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the subnet that the device belongs to.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the device.

    N/A

    Port

    Port that the device uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the TMS.

    The default value is 4700.

    Security name

    User security name.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the TMS.

    Context name

    Name of the subset for the managed objects.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the TMS.

    Authentication protocol

    Algorithm that the device uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the TMS.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    NOTICE:

    Be cautious to use HMAC_MD5 because it may bring information security risks.

    Authentication key

    Password that the device uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the authentication password that is set on the TMS.

    Privacy protocol

    Algorithm used for data encryption during the communication between the eSight and the device.

    Set this parameter to the value that is set on the TMS.

    The default value is AES128.

    NOTICE:

    Be cautious to use CBC_DES because it may bring information security risks.

    Privacy key

    Password that the eSight uses to parse the encrypted data when communicating with the device.

    Set this parameter to the encryption password that is set on the TMS.

    Time-out period (s):

    Timeout period, within which the device must respond to the message sent by the >. If the device does not respond within the timeout period, the > considers that the device does not exist.

    The default value is 30.

    NOTE:
    • If you need to configure SNMP protocol parameters for a device, click Save Protocol Template after setting the SNMP protocol parameters. The next time you configure SNMP protocol parameters, click Select Protocol Template and apply a saved template.
    • Click Connectivity Test to check whether the newly-added device can connect to the eSight.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

Operation Result

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Network Element Device Management > Unified Communications > Resource Management > Unified Communications Device. The TMS that you have added is displayed in the management object list on the right.
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