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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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Managing Groups

Managing Groups

Before connecting terminals to the eSight and using the configuration and management functions provided by the eSight, create groups for terminals. If TR-069 parameters are correctly set on a terminal, the eSight can automatically add the terminal to the corresponding terminal group.

Prerequisites

The following lists the prerequisites for the use of the nearby access function:

Context

You cannot move a terminal group to a non-terminal group; otherwise, the terminals under the terminal group cannot be properly managed through the terminal management function.

  • A maximum of 30000 terminal groups can be created on eSight.
  • You can create lower-level groups in a terminal group.
  • To avoid performance problems, terminal groups can be classified into a maximum of 10 layers, excluding root groups. The number of subgroups cannot exceed 500.
    • When the number of subgroups is less than or equal to 500, all subgroups are displayed under the root group node.
    • When the number of subgroups is greater than 500, all subgroups are not displayed under the root group node. You need to manage subgroups using the table on the right of the page.
  • The following describes the three types of terminal groups:
    • Default group: A terminal that is added to the eSight is added to the default group by default if the eSight does not have any IP address group or the IP address of the terminal is not included in the management scope of the created IP address group.

      After an IP address group is created, the terminal is automatically grouped to the corresponding IP address group.

    • Custom group: Users can create custom groups to manage terminals that they want to pay special attention to.
    • IP address group: Users can create IP address groups to manage terminals by their IP addresses.
  • If the IP address of a terminal belongs to the IP address segments of multiple groups, the eSight adds the terminal to the group with the smallest IP address segment that covers the terminal's IP address.
  • Once the IP address of a terminal changes, the eSight automatically moves the terminal to the matching group.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration > Collaboration Management > Terminal Device Management from the main menu.

  2. In the navigation tree, choose Terminal Device Management > Resource Management > Group Management.
  3. Click Create.
  4. Configure the basic information about the group and its manageable IP address segments.
  5. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    Click Apply. The group is created. You can repeat the preceding operations to create more groups.

  6. Optional: Click Custom group or IP address group, select a group, select the Monitor Status check box for the selected group, and click Confirm.

    The eSight can poll all the terminals that are in the groups with status monitoring enabled to check whether the terminals are online. If a terminal is offline, an alarm is reported so that maintenance personnel can rectify the fault in a timely manner.

    NOTE:

    By default, eSight manages IP phones in non-NAT mode. When eSight manages IP phones in NAT mode, it does not support status monitoring by the group.

Result

If you can find the new terminal group in the management object list, the terminal group is created successfully.

Follow-up Procedure

Task

Procedure

View the full path of a group.

  • After a group is selected, the editing box above the group displays the full path of the group and the list below the group display subgroups of the group. If the group has no subgroup, the subgroup list is empty.

  • Click next to the editing box to back to the upper-layer group.

Move terminals to a customized group.

Select Display Terminal and select the group to which the terminal you want to remove belongs. Select the terminals that you want to remove from the group and click Move. Select the customized group to which the terminals are moved and click OK.

Delete a group

Select Display Group, select the group to delete, and click Delete.

The terminals that belong to the deleted group are automatically grouped to matching IP address groups. The terminals that do not match any IP address group are grouped to the default group.

Enable/Disable the nearby access function

NOTE:
  • By default, the nearby access function is disabled.
  • The nearby access function is supported only for customized groups.
  • If you need to enable or disable the nearby access function of a custom group, you need to create a custom group in advance.
Enable/Disable the nearby access function of the default group:
  • To enable the nearby access function, perform the following steps:
    1. In the Group List area, select the default group.
    2. Select the Default Group Nearby Access.
    3. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click Enable nearby access of the current group.
    4. Click Confirm.
  • To disable the nearby access function, perform the following steps:
    1. In the Group List area, select the default group.
    2. Deselect the Default Group Nearby Access.
    3. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click Disable nearby access of the current group.
    4. Click Confirm.
Enable/Disable the nearby access function of the custom group:
  • To enable the nearby access function, perform the following steps:
    1. In the Group List area, select the customized group for which the nearby access function needs to be enabled.
    2. In the Nearby Access column on the right, select the corresponding group.
    3. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click Enable nearby access of the current group or Enable nearby access of the current group and its sub group.
    4. Click Confirm.
  • To disable the nearby access function, perform the following steps:
    1. In the Group List area, select the customized group for which the nearby access function needs to be disabled.
    2. In the Nearby Access column on the right, deselect the corresponding group.
    3. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click Disable nearby access of the current group or Disable nearby access of the current group and its sub group.
    4. Click Confirm.
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Updated: 2019-09-07

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