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Configuration Guide - Device Management

S9300, S9300E, and S9300X V200R012C00

This document describes the configurations of Device Management, including device status query, hardware management, CSS, SVF, PoE, OPS, OIDS, energy-saving management, information center, fault management, NTP, synchronous ethernet, PTP.
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AS Service Configuration

AS Service Configuration

Configuration Method

In an SVF system, two AS service configuration modes are available: centralized mode and independent mode. The two modes cannot be used on the same AS.

In centralized mode, all service configurations for ASs are performed on the parent. Therefore, which services can be configured on ASs depends on the services that can be configured on the parent, but not depend on the services supported by a standalone access switch.
Table 4-12  Configurations in centralized mode

Method

Description

Global configuration

Configure service functions in the uni-mng view of the parent (except that authentication-free rules need to be configured in the system view), and then run the commit as { name as-name | all } command to deliver AS service configurations. This mode supports few configurations.

Profile-based configuration

Create service profiles and specified device and port groups on the parent, bind the service profiles to the device and port groups, and then run the commit as { name as-name | all } command to deliver AS service configurations. If multiple ASs or ports in an SVF system need the same configurations, you can add these ASs or ports to the same group for batch configuration. In this manner, the configuration efficiency is improved.

Direct configuration

Run the direct-command command on the parent to directly deliver configurations to an AS. These configurations will take effect on the AS immediately.

In independent mode, you can log in to an AS to configure services on the AS using commands. After the configuration is complete, run the upload config command to save the configuration file to the AS and upload it to the parent. The independent mode supports more service configurations than the centralized mode. When services cannot be batch configured on the parent for an AS, log in to the AS to configure this AS. After the AS changes from the centralized mode to independent mode, all the service configurations performed using profiles or directly delivered before mode switching will be retained.

Configuration Roadmap

  1. Determine the services to be configured for an AS.
  2. Determine the configuration method based on Service Configuration Supported on an AS.
  3. Configure services based on the configuration method.

For example, you need to configure SNMP on an AS. According to "Service Configuration Supported on an AS", you determine that SNMP can be configured only in independent mode.

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Updated: 2018-09-03

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