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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 09

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Setting Protocol Parameters for IVS Devices

Setting Protocol Parameters for IVS Devices

IVS Devices include the MAU (Media Analysis Unit), MPU (Media Process Unit), MTU (Media Transcoding Unit), TAU (Terminal Access Unit), VMU (Video Management Unit) and VCN (Video Cloud Node). OMUs of the IVS system servers send alarms through the UOA to the eSight. Therefore, you need to configure UOA connection information on the OMU and eSight.

Prerequisite

  • The IVS unit has been connected to the UOA server and is working normally.
  • The UOA server is running properly.

Background

When you create IVS unified access agents, ensure that:

  • The number of cameras connected to a UOA does not exceed 3,000.
  • Each UOA is fully connected with cameras if possible so that a minimum number of IVS unified access agents need to be created. This facilitates subnet maintenance.

Configuration on the IVS C02

  1. Log in to the database as the OMU database user.
  2. Enter the tbl_omu_unified_configurations table. Configure the UOA_ip and UOA_port on the OMU.

    NOTE:

    Here, UOA_ip is the IP address and UOA_port is the port of the UOA server. You are advised to set the IP address based on site requirements and use the default value 6700 for the port number.

  3. Log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.
  4. Log in to the UOA installation directory and stop the UOA service.

    cd ${UOA_RUN_ROOT}/shell

    uoa_stop.sh

  5. Go to the $UOA_Server/cfg/system directory and add the IP address of the OMU to the adapter.acl file.
  6. Log in to the UOA installation directory and start the UOA service.

    cd ${UOA_RUN_ROOT}/shell

    uoa_start.sh

Configuration on the VCN

  1. (Optional) Set the VCN server IP address on the UOA server.

    If a UOA needs to manage multiple VCNs, perform 1 to manually add the IP addresses of the VCNs. If a UOA needs to manage only one VCN, skip 1 if you have set the VCN server IP address when using the iDeploy to install the UOA.

    1. Log in to the UOA server as the uoausr user.
      NOTE:

      If multiple UOAs are installed on the same server, log in to each UOA as the user that is created when the UOA is installed. The password of the user is the user password that you set when using the iDeploy to install the UOA.

    2. Stop the UOA service.

      uoa_stop.sh

      The following information is displayed:

      Are you sure to stop UOA?(y/n) ==> 
    3. Enter y and press Enter.
    4. Add the VCN IP address to the adapter.acl file in /home/uoausr/uoasetup/cfg/system.

      cd /home/uoausr/uoasetup/cfg/system

      vi adapter.acl

      Press Enter to start a new line and enter the IP address to add.

      192.168.111.224 
      192.168.111.225
      192.168.111.226
      NOTE:

      If the added VCNs are deployed in a cluster or a two-node cluster, you also need to add the corresponding floating IP address in the adapter.acl file.

    5. Press Esc and run the :wq command to save the settings and exit.
    6. Start the UOA service.

      uoa_start.sh

  2. Set UOA parameters on the OMU Portal.

    1. Log in to the OMU portal as the Admin user.
    2. Choose Maintenance > Unified Configuration.
    3. In the System Domains panel on the left, select an NE node to which an external alarm system is to be added.
    4. On the Unified Configuration tab page, select OMU from the Module name drop-down list box, select NMS Parameter from the Parameter type drop-down list box, and click Search, as shown in Figure 15-1. Then set UOA parameters that are displayed.
    Figure 15-1 NMS parameters

    NOTE:

    UOA_ip specifies the IP address of the UOA server. UOA_port specifies the port number of the UOA server. You are advised to use the default port number 6700.

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