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PowerCube 500 System Configuration Guide (PC500-300H1, PC500-300G1, EG6P-150G1)

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Using SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c

Using SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c

This section describes how to connect to the eSight using SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c.

Prerequisites

The PowerCube 500 has been powered on.

Tools

Laptop (Internet Explorer 9.0 or later is installed) and eSight

Context

To log in to the NE normally through the eSight, you need to enable the SNMP protocol on the NE and add the NE to the eSight.

Procedure

  1. Use the web-based NMS to configure SNMP parameters for the device. For details, see section Connecting to the Web-based NMS.
  2. Configure SNMP parameters. Here, SNMPv2c is used as an example. The configurations of SNMPv1 are the same as those of SNMPv2c.

    Table 1-1 Configuring SNMP parameters

    Parameter

    Value Range

    Description

    NMS IP Address

    For example: 10.70.35.6

    Specifies the IP address of the NMS server that manages NEs over SNMP.

    NOTE:

    This parameter can be set to 0.0.0.0 when the NMS server does not have access control on the terminal IP addresses. In this case, all traps are not reported.

    Read/Write Permission

    Read Only, Read/Write

    Specifies permission for the NMS server to manage alarm and performance data over SNMP.

    • Read Only: Indicates that the NMS server has only read permission on NEs, such as viewing alarms and performance data reported by the NEs.
    • Read/Write: Indicates that the NMS server has both read and write permission on NEs, such as viewing and processing the alarm and performance data reported by the NEs.

    Report SDH Performance Trap

    No Report, Report

    Specifies whether to report the traps of SDH performance data to the NMS server.

    • No Report: Indicates that the NEs do not report the traps of SDH performance data to the NMS server.
    • Report: Indicates that the NEs report the traps of SDH performance data to the NMS server.

    Report IP Performance Trap

    No Report, Report

    Specifies whether to report the traps of IP performance data to the NMS server.

    • No Report: Indicates that the NEs do not report the traps of IP performance data to the NMS server.
    • Report: Indicates that the NEs report the traps of IP performance data to the NMS server.

    Report Alarm Trap

    No Report, Report

    Specifies whether to report alarm traps to the NMS server.

    • No Report: Indicates that the NEs do not report alarm traps to the NMS server.
    • Report: Indicates that the NEs report alarm traps to the NMS server.

    Trap Port

    1 to 65535

    Specifies the ID of the port through which the trap is reported.

    Read Community Name

    The string must meet the following rules:

    1. It is a character string at least consisting of 6 characters.
    2. It contains at least two types of the following characters:
      • Lowercase letter: a-z
      • Uppercase letter: A-Z
      • Digit: 0-9
      • Special character: ` ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) - _ = + \ | [ { } ] ; : ' " , < . > / ? or space..

    Specifies the name of the read community.

    Confirm Read Community Name

    Write Community Name

    Specifies the name of the write community.

    Confirm Write Community Name

    Report Trap Version

    SNMPV1, SNMPV2C, SNMPV3

    Specifies the trap version to report.

    Report Trap Community Name

    The string must meet the following rules:

    1. It is a character string at least consisting of 6 characters.
    2. It contains at least two types of the following characters:
      • Lowercase letter: a-z
      • Uppercase letter: A-Z
      • Digit: 0-9
      • Special character: ` ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) - _ = + \ | [ { } ] ; : ' " , < . > / ? or space..

    Specifies the trap community name to report.

    NOTE:

    You could not specify the Report Trap Community Name if the report trap version has been set as SNMPV3.

    Report Trap User Name

    String

    Specifies the trap user name to report.

  3. Log in to the eSight from the NMS.

    To log in to the eSight, you need to set related parameters on the browser. For details, see Connecting to the Web-based NMS step 2.

    1. Type http://eSight server IP address: port number/(for example, http://10.10.10.1:8080/) in the browser address bar and press Enter.

      NOTE:
      • The default port number of the eSight is 8080.
      • The login address supports the IPv6 format, for example, http://[1001::10:10:10:20]:8080/.

    2. Enter User name and Password, and click Log In to log in to the eSight.

      NOTE:
      • The initial user name and password for logging in to the eSight are admin and Changeme123.
      • You are prompted to change the password after you log in to the eSight for the first time. Keep the new password safe. If you forget the password of user admin, you have to reinstall the eSight to restore the default password.

        If you enter incorrect passwords for five consecutive times within 10 minutes when logging to the eSight as user admin, the user account will be locked for 10 minutes.

        If logging in to the eSight as a common user meets lockout conditions specified in Account Policy, the user account will be locked for 30 minutes by default.

        You can wait until the lockout duration expires and then log in to the eSight again, or contact the administrator to unlock the user account.

      • You will be prompted to change the password several days before it is about to expire.



  4. Add the NE to the eSight.

    • Add a single NE.

      Here, SNMPv2c is used as an example. The configurations of SNMPv1 are the same as those of SNMPv2c.

    • Add NEs in batches.
      1. Configure the SNMP template first, and then configure the SNMP parameters of NE to match the template.

      2. Automatic discovery of devices.

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