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CLI-based Configuration Guide - Basic Configuration

AR100, AR120, AR150, AR160, AR200, AR1200, AR2200, AR3200, and AR3600 V200R010

This document provides the basic concepts, configuration procedures, and configuration examples in different application scenarios of the Basic configuration supported by the device.
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Configuring Smart Upgrade

Configuring Smart Upgrade

Prerequisites

An AR router resides on a public network and connects to the HOUP.

Procedure

  1. Load the HOUP certificate.

    By default, the HOUP certificate is saved in default storage medium of the router without manual intervention (the certificates are houp.huawei.com_local.cer and Actalis_CA.cer). If the certificate expires, you can log in to the web page and upgrade the certificate on the Intelligent Upgrade page.

    1. Run system-view

      The system view is displayed.

    2. Run pki realm realm-name

      A PKI realm is created and the PKI realm view is displayed.

      By default, a PKI realm named default exists on a device. This realm can be modified, but cannot be deleted.

      NOTE:

      In smart upgrade scenarios, the PKI realm name must be defaultPki_houp; otherwise, the device cannot connect to the HOUP.

    3. Run quit

      Return to the system view.

    4. Run pki import-certificate local realm realm-name pem filename filename

      A local certificate is imported to the specified PKI realm.

      In this scenario, the PKI realm must be specified as defaultPki_houp, and the local certificate must be houp.huawei.com_local.cer.

    5. Run pki import-certificate ca realm realm-name pem filename filename

      A CA certificate is imported to the specified PKI realm.

      In this scenario, the PKI realm must be specified as defaultPki_houp, and the CA certificate must be Actalis_CA.cer.

  2. Configure a client SSL policy.
    1. Run ssl policy policy-name type client

      A client SSL policy is created and the client SSL policy view is displayed.

    2. Run pki-realm realm-name

      A PKI realm is specified for the client SSL policy.

      By default, no PKI is specified for the client SSL policy on the router.

      In this scenario, the specified PKI realm must be defaultPki_houp.

    3. Run server-verify enable

      Certificate-based SSL server verification is enabled.

      By default, certificate-based SSL server verification is enabled.

    4. Run quit

      Return to the system view.

  3. Run smart-upgrade enable

    Smart upgrade is enabled.

    By default, smart upgrade is disabled.

  4. (Optional) Run smart-upgrade information telephone telephonenum email emailaddress

    The contact number and email address for smart upgrade are set.

    By default, no contact number or email address is set for smart upgrade.

    NOTE:

    The contact number and email address are used only for emergency contact upon an upgrade failure.

  5. Run display smart-upgrade information

    Details about smart upgrade are displayed.

  6. Configure smart upgrade.

    When figuring out that there is a new system software version available for upgrade according to the display smart-upgrade information command output, you can configure an upgrade policy in either of the following methods:

    • Run smart-upgrade right-now

      Smart upgrade is performed on the router immediately.

    • Run smart-upgrade time HH:MM:SS { weekly | monthly | yearly }

      The scheduled smart upgrade policy is configured.

      By default, the start time or interval for scheduled smart upgrade is not set.

Verifying the Upgrade

After the upgrade is completed, run the display version or display patch-information command to check the current version or patch information of the router.

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Updated: 2019-08-08

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