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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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Service Settings

Service Settings

You need to configure the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and automatic check services.

Configuring the DHCP Service

Configure the protocol status, IP address, subnet mask, and IP address range of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server.

Prerequisites

TCP port 4321 has been enabled. For details, see section Maintenance Reference > Configuration Files > Servers Management > listener_port_config.properties in the Maintenance Guide.

Context
  • In the eSight in-band networking scenario, the DHCP service must be enabled for the eSight network port that communicates with the service port of the managed server.
  • In the eSight out-of-band networking scenario, the DHCP service must be enabled for the eSight network port that communicates with the management port of the managed server.
Procedure
  1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Server.

  2. In the navigation tree, choose Service Settings > DHCP Service.

  3. Configure DHCP service information. For details about the parameters, see the following table.

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Service status

    Specifies protocol status of the DHCP service. The value can be Enable or Disable.

    [Example]

    Enable

    Network port

    Specifies the service network port of the DHCP service.

    [Example]

    -

    Network iP address

    Specifies the DHCP service IP address.

    [Example]

    192.168.1.9

    Subnet Mask

    Specifies the subnet mask of the DHCP service.

    [Example]

    255.255.0.0

    Range of IP Addresses Allocated by the DHCP Server

    Specifies the IP address range that the DHCP service provides for clients.

    [Example]

    192.168.1.2-192.168.1.250

    Subnet Type

    Subnet type of the DHCP service. The options include Local Subnet and Cross-network Segment Subnet.

    [Example]

    -

    Default Gateway

    Default gateway of the DHCP service.

    [Example]

    192.168.1.1

  4. Click Apply.

    A dialog box is displayed.

  5. Click OK.

Configuring the Automatic Detection Service

When a managed device sends a discovery request to the eSight, the eSight can use the preset user names and passwords to attempt to connect to the managed device.

Prerequisites

The broadcast function has been enabled on the device that needs to use the automatic detection service.

For details about how to enable this function, see the Command Reference.

Procedure
  1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Server.

  2. In the navigation tree, choose Service Settings > Auto Detection Service.

  3. Click Modify.
  4. In the User Name, Password, and Confirm Password text boxes, enter all possible user names, passwords, and confirmation passwords required for attempting to connect to the target device respectively.
  5. Click Apply to enable the automatic detection service.

Configuring an IP Address Resource Pool

An IP address resource pool is used to configure IP addresses for the SSDP service, and E9000 blades and switch modules that support direct communication with eSight.

NOTE:

The iBMC version of the E9000 blade must be 2.5 or later, and the HMM version must be 6.5 or later.

Procedure
  1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Server.

  2. In the navigation tree, choose Service Settings > IP resource Pool.

  3. Click Add.
  4. Set parameters related to the IP address resource pool.
  5. Click Save.

Configuring the SSDP Automatic Discovery

The Simple Service Discovery Protocol (SSDP) service is used to automatically discover server devices by SN-IP mapping and IP resource pool allocation, and add them to eSight for management.

Context
  • Only V3 rack and high-density servers support SNMPv3 access.
  • Only V5 rack servers support Redfish access.
  • The server management network port and eSight must be in the same LAN. The IPv6 address configured on eSight is the IP address used to communicate with the server.
Procedure
  1. Enabling the multi-subnet function on eSight.

    • Windows

      See Commissioning the eSight > Configuring System Services > (Optional) Configuring Multi-Subnet Management in the Single-Node System Software Installation Guide (Windows).

    • SUSE Linux
      • See Commissioning the eSight > Configuring System Services > (Optional) Configuring Multi-Subnet Management in the Single-Node System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux).
      • See Commissioning the eSight > Configuring System Services > (Optional) Configuring Multi-Subnet Management in the Local High Availability System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux + Oracle + Veritas).
      • See Commissioning the eSight > Configuring System Services > (Optional) Configuring Multi-Subnet Management in the Remote High Availability System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux + Oracle + Veritas).
      • See Commissioning the eSight > Configuring System Services > (Optional) Configuring Multi-Subnet Management in the Local High Availability System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux + MySQL + OMMHA).
      • See Commissioning the eSight > Configuring System Services > (Optional) Configuring Multi-Subnet Management in the Remote High Availability System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux + MySQL + OMMHA).

  2. Configure the IPv6 address in the med_node_1_svc.xml file in eSight installation directory\AppBase\sysagent\etc\sysconf\svcbase on the eSight Server.

    • Windows
      1. Stop the eSight service.
        1. Log in to the eSight server as the Administrator user.
          NOTE:

          Log in to the server as the SWMaster user if the Windows is hardened.

        2. Among all programs, choose eSight > eSight Console.
        3. Click Stop in the eSight Console dialog box.

          When the status of every process is STOPPED and "stopping eSight system succeeded." is displayed, the eSight service has been stopped.

      2. Obtain the IPv6 address of the eSight server.
        1. In Windows, choose Start > Run.
        2. Enter cmd and press Enter to open the command-line interface (CLI).
        3. Run the following command to check the IPv6 address of the eSight server:

          ipconfig

          NOTE:

          The eSight server has a local link IPv6 address by default. If an IPv6 address is configured for the eSight server, the IPv6 address can also be obtained after you run the ipconfig command.

      3. Use a text editor to open the med_node_1_svc.xml file in eSight installation directory\AppBase\sysagent\etc\sysconf\svcbase.
      4. Set nodeIPV6 to the IPv6 address of the eSight server or the local link IPv6 address.
      5. Save and close the med_node_1_svc.xml file.
      6. Start the eSight service.
        1. Among all programs, choose eSight > eSight Console.
        2. Click Start in the eSight Console dialog box.

          When the status of every process is RUNNING and "starting eSight system succeeded" is displayed, the eSight service has been started.

    • SUSE Linux
      1. Stop the eSight service.
        1. Log in to the eSight server as the ossuser user.
        2. Run the following commands to stop the eSight service.

          cd eSight installation directory/bin

          ./shutdown.sh

          Are you sure you want to stop the system? (Please enter y or n):

        3. Enter Y and press Enter.

          When the status of every process is STOPPED and "stopping eSight system succeeded." is displayed, the eSight service has been stopped.

      2. Obtain the IPv6 address of the eSight server.
        1. Run the following command to switch to the root user:

          sudo su - root

        2. Run the following command to check the IPv6 address of the eSight server:

          ifconfig

          NOTE:

          The eSight server has a local link IPv6 address by default. If an IPv6 address is configured for the eSight server, the IPv6 address can also be obtained after you run the ipconfig command.

        3. Run the following command to switch to the ossuser user:

          sudo su - ossuser

      3. Run the following command to open the med_node_1_svc.xml file in eSight installation directory\AppBase\sysagent\etc\sysconf\svcbase.

        cd eSight installation directory/AppBase/sysagent/etc/sysconf/svcbase

        vi med_node_1_svc.xml

      4. Press i and set nodeIPV6 to the IPv6 address of the eSight Server.
      5. Press Esc and run the :wq command to save the modifications and exit.
      6. Run the following commands to start the eSight service.

        cd eSight installation directory/bin

        ./startup.sh

        When the status of every process is RUNNING and "starting eSight system succeeded" is displayed, the eSight service has been started.

  3. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Server.

  4. In the navigation tree, choose Service Settings > SSDP Automatic Discovery.

  5. Access the server through SSDP.

    • SN-IP Mapping
      1. In the Download template area, click the Excel template.
      2. Configure the information of the servers to be added in batches in the Excel template and save the Excel file.
        NOTE:

        Carefully read the configuration requirements and restrictions on the Notes sheet of the template and configure the template based on the requirements and restrictions.

      3. On the server import page, click corresponding to Upload file and select the Excel file saved.
      4. Click Upload.

        The server information in the batch import template is displayed in the display area in the lower part of the page.

      5. Select the servers to be added and click Start.

        If Status of the servers are Failed, determine the failure cause based on the value of Detail.

    • IP Resource Pool Allocation
      1. On the SSDP Automatic Discovery page, click IP Resource Pool Allocation.
      2. In the Protocol Config area, configure the server access protocol as required.
        • V3 servers do not support SNMPv3 access.

          eSight provides the SNMPv3 protocol template DefaultSNMPV3 by default.

          Click Config Protocol Template and customize the SNMPv3 protocol template as required.

        • V5 servers support Redfish access.
      3. In the Select IP Resource Pool area, select an IP address resource pool as required.

        If no desired IP address resource pool is available, click Create IP Resource Pool and create an IP address resource pool as required.

      4. In the The Factory IP area, configure the servers factory IP address as required.
        NOTE:

        If the factory IP addresses of all servers are the same, you need to set the factory IP address.

      5. Click Start.

        If DiscoverResult of the server is Failed, determine the failure cause based on the value of Details.

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