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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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Application Scenarios for Auto-Start

Application Scenarios for Auto-Start

This section describes the application scenarios for Auto-Start.

Auto-Start Deployment

You can configure Auto-Start based on the networking shown in Figure 3-1, and store the intermediate file (mandatory) and at least one of the configuration file, system software, and patch file on the FTP/SFTP server. Software commissioning engineers uniformly configure management IP addresses and file server parameters, and enable Auto-Start on devices. Installation personnel then deploy these devices to different sites. As long as these devices have reachable routes to the file server, the devices use Auto-Start to automatically obtain version files from the FTP/SFTP server and load configuration files, system software, and patch files after being powered on.

You can also use the customization mode, add the devices' IP addresses and file server parameters to factory settings, and enable Auto-Start. After being delivered, installed at sites, and powered on, the devices start the Auto-Start process for site deployment.

You can also use Auto-Start to upgrade devices in the future. You only need to save files (intermediate file, system software, patch file, and configuration file) required for the upgrade to the file server, reconfigure file server parameters, and restart the devices. The devices then use Auto-Start to automatically load new version files. If file server parameters remain unchanged and are saved to the configuration file, you do not need to reconfigure the parameters.

Auto-Start allows devices to rapidly and automatically load version files in batches, so that professional software commissioning engineers do not need to go to sites. Auto-Start reduces site deployment costs, simplifies site deployment process, and improves device deployment efficiency.

Figure 3-1  Auto-Start networking
Updated: 2019-08-08

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