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eSight V300R010C00 Operation Guide 08

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Adding a Single eLTE Device

Adding a Single eLTE Device

This section describes how to add an industry terminal, eNodeB, service engine, and eOMC device. Before you manage eLTE devices using eSight, register and authenticate them.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged eSight client.
  • eSight eLTE Device Manager has been installed.
  • You have obtained the information of the device.
  • You have been assigned the operation rights.
  • You have been installed corresponding device adaptation package.
  • Before connecting Industry Terminals through the DNS, configure the DNS server.For details, see Software Installation Guide > Commissioning the eSight > Configuring System Services > Configuring Multi-Subnet Management.
  • eSight uses a more secure encryption algorithm and encryption suite by default. Devices must support the same encryption algorithm suite.
    NOTE:

    eSight V300R010C00SPC300 and later versions use more secure encryption algorithms and cipher suites by default when connecting to industry terminals, base stations, and service engines. In addition, devices must support the same encryption algorithm suite. Otherwise, eSight cannot connect to devices. Before adding a device, check with the device vendor whether the device to be added supports the encryption algorithm suite. If the encryption algorithm is not supported, change the encryption algorithm on eSight to the encryption algorithm supported by the device. For details, see Why Cannot Industry Terminals Be Added to eSight Normally and Why Cannot eNodeBs and Core Network Devices Be Added to eSight Normally.

Procedure

  • Adding a Single Customer Premises Equipment (Industry Terminal)
  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree in the left pane, choose Add Resource > Add Resource. The Add Resource page is displayed.
  3. Choose eLTE Device > Industry Terminal.
    NOTE:

    Choose Resource > eLTE > Resource Monitor > Industry Terminal from the main menu to enter the Industry Terminal page. Click Add in the toolbar to enter the Add Resource page.

  4. Enter Industry Terminal registration information.
    1. (Optional) Set Device Name.
    2. Set OUI and Serial Number.
    3. Set Subnet.
    4. (Optional) Set Location and Remark.
  5. Set Credential.
    1. Click Settings
    2. In the dialog box that is displayed, set authentication parameters.

      □ If Use default is set to Yes, the system uses the default user name and password as authentication credentials.

      □ If Use default is set to No, set NMS Authentication Information and Device Authentication Information.

      NOTE:

      1. It is recommended that the secure digest algorithm be used. Digest authentication supports the SHA-256 and MD5 algorithms. By default, digest authentication uses the secure SHA 256 algorithm. If the MD5 algorithm is used, security risks exist. It is recommended that the MD5 algorithm not be used.To change the digest authentication algorithm, open the eSight installation directory\Appbase\etc\ewl\cpeCommon.properties file, change the value of cpe_tr069_digest_algorithm to MD5, and restart eSight for the configuration to take effect. 2. To ensure system security, set Complexity check to On.

    3. Click OK.
  6. Click Apply.
    NOTE:

    If you want to register other devices, repeat the preceding steps to specify the desired registration information on the current page. If you have finished industry terminal registration, click OK.

  7. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
  8. Verify the Industry Terminal registration information.
    NOTE:
    • To be registered with eSight, the Industry Terminal must actively report messages.
    • During Industry Terminal reset, the Industry Terminal reports messages to eSight which then verifies Industry Terminal registration information.
    • In other scenarios, the Industry Terminal reports messages to eSight at a maximum interval of 24 hours.
    • In the Industry Terminal registration information list, if the management status of the Industry Terminal changes from Unregistered to Normal in the Management Status column, the Industry Terminal is successfully registered.
  • Add a single eNodeB device.
  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree in the left pane, choose Add Resource > Add Resource. The Add Resource page is displayed.
  3. Choose eLTE Device > eNodeB.
    NOTE:

    Choose Resource > eLTE > Resource Monitor > eNodeB from the main menu to enter the eNodeB page. Click Add in the toolbar to enter the Add Resource page.

  4. Enter eNodeB information.
    1. Enter IP address and Name and select Subnet and Device type in Basic Information.
    2. Optional: Set Location, Vendor, and Remark in Advanced Information.
  5. Click Apply.
    NOTE:

    If you want to register other devices, repeat the preceding steps to specify the desired registration information on the current page. If you have finished registration, click OK.

  6. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
  7. Verify the eNodeB device registration information.
  8. If the adding is successful, eSight will initiate a connection to the eNodeB device. In the eNodeB device registration information list, if the management status of the device changes from Offline to Online in the Connection Status column, the eNodeB device is successfully registered.
  • Add a single core network device.
  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree in the left pane, choose Add Resource > Add Resource. The Add Resource page is displayed.
    Choose eLTE Device > eSE.
    NOTE:

    Choose Resource > eLTE > Resource Monitor > eSE from the main menu to enter the eSE page. Click Add in the toolbar to enter the Add Resource page.

  3. Enter core network information.
    1. Enter IP address and Name and select Subnet and Device type in Basic Information.
    2. Select Connection mode in Advanced Information.
    3. Set Allow anonymous.
      1. If the version of eCNS610 is earlier than V100R004C00, ensure that this check box is selected.
      2. If the version of CGPOMU is earlier than V200R016C10, ensure that this check box is selected.
    4. Optional: Set Geographical location, Vendor, and Remark.
    5. If Device type is CGPOMU, set SNMP parameters.
      Table 19-4 SNMP information table

      Parameter Name

      Value Sample

      Description

      SNMP version

      V3

      Indicates that the SNMP user uses the SNMPv3 protocol that supports encryption.

      Security name

      v3User1

      Indicates the SNMP user name.

      Authentication password

      None

      Indicates the authentication password for login.

      NOTE:

      The password needs to be specified only when Authentication protocol is set to HMAC_SHA or HMAC_MD5.

      Privacy protocol

      None

      Indicates the encryption password for transmission.

      NOTE:

      The password needs to be specified only when Privacy protocol is set to AES_256, AES_128, or CBC_DES.

      Authentication protocol

      HMAC_SHA

      Indicates the SNMP user's authentication protocol.

      • HMAC_SHA: indicates that the HMAC-SHA-96 protocol is used to authenticate SNMP users.
      • HMAC_MD5: indicates that the HMAC-MD5-96 protocol is used to authenticate SNMP users.
      • None: indicates no authentication for SNMP users.

      Privacy protocol

      AES_256

      Indicates the encryption protocol.

      • AES_256: indicates that the AES-256 encryption protocol is used.
      • AES_128: indicates that the AES-128 encryption protocol is used.
      • CBC_DES: indicates that the CBC-DES encryption protocol is used.
      • None: indicates that no encryption protocol is used.

      Timeout interval

      120

      Indicates the SNMP timeout interval.

      NOTE:
      • The authentication protocols HMAC_SHA and HMAC_MD5 are not secure. It is recommended that you use AES_256 as the privacy protocol to enhance security.
      • The parameters specified must be the same as those on devices. Otherwise, the alarm function may fail.
      • You can log in to the device LMT and run the LST SNMPUSER MML command to query related information.
  4. Click Apply.
    NOTE:
    • After the CGPOMU is added, eSight automatically adds the eCNS600 or ESS managed by the CGPOMU.
    • If you want to register other devices, repeat the preceding steps to specify the desired registration information on the current page. If you have finished eSE device registration, click OK.
  5. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
  6. Verify the registration information.

    If the adding is successful, eSight will initiate a connection to the eSE device. In the eSE device registration information list, if the management status of the eSE device changes from Offline to Online in the Connection Status column, the eSE device is successfully registered.

  • Add a single eOMC device.
  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree in the left pane, choose Add Resource > Add Resource. The Add Resource page is displayed.

    Choose eLTE Device > eOMC.

  3. Enter eOMC information.
    1. Enter IP address and Name and set Geographical location, Vendor, and Remark, and select Subnet and Device type in Basic Information.
    2. Set SNMP parameters.
      Table 19-5 SNMP information table

      Parameter Name

      Value Sample

      Description

      SNMP version

      V3

      Indicates that the SNMP user uses the SNMPv3 protocol that supports encryption.

      Security name

      v3User1

      Indicates the SNMP user name.

      Authentication password

      None

      Indicates the authentication password for login.

      NOTE:

      The password needs to be specified only when Authentication protocol is set to HMAC_SHA or HMAC_MD5.

      Privacy protocol

      None

      Indicates the encryption password for transmission.

      NOTE:

      The password needs to be specified only when Privacy protocol is set to AES_256 or CBC_DES.

      Authentication protocol

      HMAC_SHA

      Indicates the SNMP user's authentication protocol.

      • HMAC_SHA: indicates that the HMAC-SHA-96 protocol is used to authenticate SNMP users.
      • HMAC_MD5: indicates that the HMAC-MD5-96 protocol is used to authenticate SNMP users.
      • None: indicates no authentication for SNMP users.

      Privacy protocol

      AES_256

      Indicates the encryption protocol.

      • AES_256: indicates that the AES-256 encryption protocol is used.
      • CBC_DES: indicates that the CBC-DES encryption protocol is used.
      • None: indicates that no encryption protocol is used.

      Timeout interval

      120

      Indicates the SNMP timeout interval.

      Retry time

      3

      Indicates the number of repeatable connections.

      NOTE:
      • If the SNMP authentication parameters are incorrectly filled in and the number of retries is more than 2 times, the eOMC will lock the eSight IP address for 15 minutes.
      • The authentication protocols HMAC_SHA and HMAC_MD5 are not secure. It is recommended that you use AES_256 as the privacy protocol to enhance security.
  4. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
    NOTE:
    • When an eOMC is added, eNodeBs, service engines, and eAPPs managed by the eOMC are automatically added. When an eOMC is deleted, the NEs managed by the eOMC are automatically deleted.
    • Only the view permission is assigned to resources managed by an eOMC (NEs that are automatically synchronized after the eOMC is added) during managed object rights assignment. The add and delete permissions on resources of an eOMC are the same as those on the eOMC.
    • eOMC does not support the upper-layer NMS.
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