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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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Industry Terminal

Industry Terminal

eSight can manage Industry Terminal devices in a centralized manner.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > eLTE > Resource Monitor > Industry Terminal from the main menu.

    Area

    Description

    1. Toolbar

    Lists common operation buttons.

    2. Device display information

    Displays basic device information and operations.

    Device Name

    Industry Terminal Name

    Management Status

    Management status of the Industry Terminal, which can be Online, Offline, or Unregistered.

    Device Identifier

    Device identifier (OUI_SN) of an industry terminal.

    NOTE:
    • OUI: manufacturer identifier of the Industry Terminal
    • SN: sequence number of the Industry Terminal

    IP Address

    IP address of the Industry Terminal.

    Subnet

    Subnet where the Industry Terminal locates.

    Product Model

    Industry Terminal model.

    eNodeB

    eNodeB to which the Industry Terminal is connected.

    Cell ID

    Identifier of the eNodeB to which the Industry Terminal connects.

    Hardware Version

    Hardware version of the Industry Terminal.

    Firmware Version

    Firmware version of the Industry Terminal.

    OUI

    Organizationally unique identifier.

    O&M

    Operation and maintenance status of an industry terminal, which can be Industry Terminal Register-PnP, Firmware Upgrade-PnP, Configuration File Download-PnP, Firmware Change, Configuration File Download, Configuration File Export or Log file export.

    O&M Result

    Operation and maintenance result of an industry terminal, which can be Success, Failed, Being executed, and Waiting.

    Connection Time

    Time at which users connect to the Industry Terminal.

    Location

    Geographical location of the Industry Terminal.

    Remark

    Remarks.

    Registration Failure Cause

    Cause for Industry Terminal registration failure.

    Operation

    Operations you can perform on an industry terminal. The operations include Manage, Modify, and Delete.

    Select items to be displayed in the device information list.

  2. You can perform the following operations on the Industry Terminal page.

    Task

    Operation

    Search for a device

    1. Click on the search bar.
    2. Set the search criteria.
    3. Select Management status.
    4. Set Subnet, Device name, IP address, and eNodeB.
    5. In More, click Device ID, Product Model, Hardware Version, Firmware Version, Location, Remarks, and Registration Failure Cause respectively, and enter the search criteria.
    6. Click Search.

    Add industry terminals

    • Add a single Industry Terminal device.
      1. Click Add. The Add Device page is displayed.
      2. Enter the device name, OUI and serial number, select a subnet, and enter the location.
      3. Click Set.
      4. In the dialog box that is displayed, set authentication parameters.

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

        If Use default value 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.

      5. Click OK.
    • Add Industry Terminal devices in a batch.
      1. Click Import. The Import Devices page is displayed.
      2. Click Template.xls to download a template to a local device.
      3. Open the template, enter device information, and save the template.
      4. Click next to Upload resource file to select the locally saved template.
      5. Click to upload the template. The Industry Terminal registration information in the template displays on the screen.
      6. Click Create. In the dialog box that is displayed, set authentication parameters.
      7. 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.

      8. Click OK.
        NOTE:

        eSight automatically creates a subnet recorded in the template.

        If the template contains incorrect content or Industry Terminal devices that have been added to eSight, the template cannot be successfully loaded.

    Move a device

    You can perform this operation to modify the subnet of the device.

    1. Select an industry terminal to be adjusted and click More > Move.
    2. Select the target subnet on the Move page and click OK.
    3. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.

    Delete devices

    You can delete information about Industry Terminals when eSight no longer manages these Industry Terminals.

    • Delete information about a single Industry Terminal.
      1. Click in the Operation column of the target industry terminal.
      2. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
    • Delete information about multiple Industry Terminals in a batch.
      1. Select the industry terminals that need to be deleted.
      2. Choose More > Delete above the list.
      3. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.

    Export device information

    1. Select devices whose information you want to export.
    2. Click Export and select Export Select.
    3. Click Save and select a path for saving this file. Or click Open to view the device list.
    NOTE:

    You can also click Export and select Export All to export information about all devices.

    Ping a device

    Prerequisite: Internet control message protocol (ICMP) has been enabled on the Industry Terminal.

    1. Select the target Industry Terminal in the Industry Terminal information list and click Maintain > Ping above the list to start a ping task.
    2. On the page that is displayed, you can view the ping task and perform the following operations:
      • Set ping parameters:
        Set Packet Size (1-32767 Bytes), Timeout Interval (10-10000 ms), and Send Times (1-100) in Ping Parameter Setting.
        NOTE:

        Select the proper data packet size based on the firewall configuration.

      • Query the ping task:

        Specify the search criteria and click Search.

      • Refresh the ping task:

        Select the target Industry Terminal and click Execute Selected, or click Execute All to restart a ping task or all ping tasks.

      • View details:

        The ping result is displayed in the Details column. Select the target task to view the details.

    Restart a device

    1. Select the device to be restarted and click Maintain > Restart above the list.
    2. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
    3. On the page that is displayed, you can view the restart task and perform the following operations:
      • Query the restart task:

        Specify the search criteria and click Search.

      • Refresh the restart task:

        Select the target Industry Terminal and click Execute Selected, or click Execute All to restart a restart task or all restart tasks.

    Refactory a device

    1. Select the device that needs to restore the factory settings, click Maintain, and choose Factory Reset from the drop-down list box.
    2. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
    3. On the page that is displayed, you can view the task and perform the following operations:
      • Query the task:

        Specify the search criteria and click Search.

      • Refresh the task:

        Select the target Industry Terminal and click Execute Selected, or click Execute All to restart a task or all tasks.

    Connect a device

    • Individual access
      1. Click in the Operation column of the target industry terminal.
      2. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
    • Batch access
      1. Select the industry terminals that need to be connected.
      2. Choose More > Connect above the list.
      3. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.

    Reset the credential

    1. Click in the Operation column of the target industry terminal.
    2. On the page that is displayed, set Applicable range to NMS, Device, or All.
    3. Modify credential parameters based on the value of Applicable range.
    4. Set New user name, New credential, and Confirm credential of the device to authenticate.
    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.

    Manage logs

    1. Select devices whose logs need to be exported, click Manage Logs and select Export All Logs, Export Diagnosis Log, or Export Router Log.
    2. Exported device logs will be stored on eSight.
    3. Click Manage Logs and select Manage Export.
    4. Select logs and click Downloaded.
    5. Set the target directory and click Save.
    6. Click Manage Logs, choose Export Timeout Setting, set Log Export Timeout Interval (min) and click Apply.

    Refresh the device

    You can refresh device information on the current page.

    Manage industry terminals

    Click the device name of an industry terminal, the Basic Information page is displayed. For detailed operations on the Basic Information page, see Basic Information.

    Diagnose service channels

    Click next to the target Industry Terminal. The Service Channel Diagnosis page is displayed. For details on the service channel diagnosis operations, see Service Channel Diagnosis.

    Modify industry terminal information

    You can perform this operation to modify Industry Terminal information.

    1. Click in the Operation column of the target industry terminal.
    2. The page for modifying Industry Terminal information is displayed. Modify Industry Terminal information on the page that is displayed.
      NOTE:
      • When Management Status is displayed as Online or Offline, you can modify Device name, Geographical location and Description.
      • When Management Status is displayed as Unregistered, you can modify Device name, OUI, Serial Number, Geographical location and Description.
    3. Click OK.

    Detect hosts

    1. Click next to the target Industry Terminal. A new page is displayed.
    2. Set Packet Size (1-32767 Bytes), Timeout Interval (10-10000 ms), and Send Times (1-100) in Detection Parameter Setting.
    3. Click Add in Detection Host List.
    4. On the Add Target IP Address page, enter the new target IP address.
    5. Click OK.
    NOTE:

    You can perform the following operations after you click OK.

    • Delete the detection task:

      Select a detection task to be deleted, click Delete above the list or click next to the target task. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.

    • Execute the detection task:

      Select the target task and click Execute Selected, or click Execute All to execute a detection task or all detection tasks.

    NOTE:
    • You can click on the upper right corner of the industry terminal device list to filter display information.
    • The NE manager page varies for different Industry Terminal devices.

Basic Configuration

This topic describes basic Industry Terminal information as well as general configuration and web management operations for the Industry Terminals.

Basic Information

The Basic Information page displays the basic Industry Terminal information and operation information.

Table 19-6 Operations

Operation

Description

Procedure

Ping

Allows you to check the connectivity between the Industry Terminal and the server.

Prerequisite: ICMP has been enabled on the Industry Terminal to be tested.

  1. Click Ping. The IP Ping page is displayed.
  2. On the IP Ping page, set Packet size and Times.
    NOTE:

    Select the proper data packet size based on the firewall configuration.

  3. Click Ping.
  4. The ping result is displayed.

Restart

Allows you to restart the Industry Terminal device.

Click Restart, and then click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.

Refactory

Allows you to restore factory settings of the Industry Terminal.

Click Refactory, and then click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.

NOTICE:

Recovering factory defaults will delete all the configuration parameters. Perform the operation with caution.

Web NMS

eSight provides a shortcut entry to web page management for managing Industry Terminals.

Perform operations on the web page as required.

NOTE:

There are different types of Industry Terminal. For some of them, the eSight web GUI is not involved.

KPI

Allows you to view device KPIs within a specific time segment.

Select a time unit and determine the time segment by dragging the ruler on the timeline. KPIs within the time segment will be displayed.

Data Model Tree

eSight allows you to view, modify, add, or delete Industry Terminal configuration parameters as required.

Context

For details about how to set the parameters, see Industry Terminal Parameter Reference.

Procedure

  1. In the navigation tree in the left pane, choose Basic Settings > Data Model Tree. The Data Model Tree page is displayed.
  2. Select an object and set parameters in Parameter(s) Information.
  3. Select the target parameter and click +. Information about this parameter is displayed in List of Parameters to Apply.
  4. Click Apply.
  5. Click OK in the Success dialog box to complete the configuration.

Parameters Configuration

This topic describes how to query, modify, add, and delete industry terminal configuration parameters.

Procedure

  1. In the navigation tree in the left pane, choose Basic Settings > Parameters Configuration to access the page for setting parameters.
  2. Set parameters depending on your needs.

    Table 19-7 Operations

    Operation

    Description

    Add

    1. Click .
    2. Set parameters in the window that is displayed.
    3. Click Apply.

    Modify

    Dimmed parameters cannot be modified.

    • Single parameter
      1. Modify a parameter.
      2. Click Apply.
    • Multiple parameters
      1. In the parameter line you want to modify, click .
      2. Set parameters in the window that is displayed.
      3. Click Apply.

    Delete

    In the parameter line you want to delete, click .

Configuration File Management

This topic describes how to import and export an industry terminal configuration file.

Configuration File Exporting

When you need to back up the configuration file of an industry terminal, export the configuration file.

Procedure

  1. In the navigation tree in the left pane, choose Configuration File Management > Configuration File Exporting.
  2. Click Export, configuration files to be exported are displayed on the current page.

Follow-up Procedure

After you export a configuration file successfully, you can perform the following operations on the Configuration File Exporting page.

Task

Operator

Download information

You can perform this operation to download a configuration file.

  1. Click in the Operation column of a configuration file to download the file to the local host.

Delete information

You can perform this operation to delete a configuration file.

  • Delete a single configuration file.
    1. Click next to the target configuration file.
    2. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
  • Delete multiple configuration files in a batch.
    1. Select configuration files you want to delete.
    2. Click .
    3. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.

Configuration File Loading

You can download the configuration file of an industry terminal to deliver it to the Industry Terminal to update its configuration file.

Procedure

  1. In the navigation tree in the left pane, choose Configuration File Management > Configuration File Loading.
  2. Select a configuration file on the Configuration File Loading page.
  3. Click Apply.
  4. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.

Live Monitoring

eSight allows you to monitor peak rates of local area network (LAN) interfaces in real time.

Peak Rate Monitoring

eSight allows you to view the peak rate of a LAN interface.

Procedure

  1. In the navigation tree in the left pane, choose Live Monitoring > Peak Rate Monitoring.
  2. Start or stop peak rate monitoring.

    1. Click Start to start peak rate monitoring.
    2. Click Stop to stop peak rate monitoring.

  3. Click Export, select a path for saving the file, and click Save to export the peak rates.

Untrusted Industry Terminal

This section describes how to manage industry terminals that request to register with eSight.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > eLTE > Resource Monitor > Industry Terminal > Untrusted Industry Terminal from the main menu.

    Table 19-8 Description of the Untrusted Industry Terminal page

    Area

    Description

    1. Toolbar

    Lists common operation buttons.

    2. Device display information

    Displays basic device information and operations.

    Device Identifier

    Device identifier (OUI_SN) of an industry terminal.

    NOTE:
    • OUI: manufacturer identifier of the industry terminal
    • SN: sequence number of the industry terminal

    IP Address

    IP address of the industry terminal.

    Firmware Version

    Firmware version of the industry terminal.

    Update Time

    Time when the industry terminal is updated.

    Operation

    Operations you can perform on an industry terminal. The operations include Trusted and Delete.

  2. You can perform the following operations on the Untrusted Industry Terminal page.

    Task

    Operator

    Search for an industry terminal

    1. Click on the search bar.
    2. Set the search criteria.
    3. Click Search.

    Add industry terminals to the trusted device list

    • Add a single industry terminal to the trusted device list
      1. Click in the Operation column for the target industry terminal.
      2. In the new page 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.
    • Add industry terminals in batches to the trusted device list
      1. Select industry terminals in batches.
      2. Click Trust above the table.
      3. In the new page 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.

      4. Click OK.

    Delete devices

    • Delete information about a single industry terminal.
      1. Click next to the target industry terminal.
      2. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
    • Delete information about multiple industry terminals in a batch.
      1. Select industry terminals you want to delete.
      2. Click Delete above the list.
      3. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.

    Batch Delete data

    • Delete All Data
      1. Click Batch Delete and choose Delete All Data.
      2. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click Yes to delete all untrusted industry terminals.
    • Delete Search Data
      1. Click Batch Delete and choose Delete Search Data.
      2. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click Yes to delete all untrusted industry terminals in the search result.

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